Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Leveraging Best Practices from Remote Teaching for On-Campus Education
From the August 2022 letter to faculty & instructors:
“Our committee’s goal in writing this report is to share what instructors across MIT are doing, so that each of you can learn from our colleagues’ experience, perspective and plans as we have had the pleasure of doing over the past months.
The work of our committee responds to a recommendation from RIC16 (Undergraduate and Graduate Living and Learning Refinement and Implementation Committee) of Task Force 2021 and Beyond.
We found the process of engaging with and learning from MIT’s instructors illuminating and inspiring. While many of the findings stem directly from the pivot to remote teaching and learning and ways in which people navigated the challenges we all faced in maintaining academic continuity at that time, our goal was to find emerging themes and tease out lessons being learned that can be applied as we move forward. …There were seeds planted that, we hope, will bear fruit in the coming years. Our committee was charged with looking at how these seeds are germinating, how they can be nurtured, and how they may grow as time progresses.”
Read the full report: