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Teaching Strategies for Fall 2020 Course Modalities

Many educators are preparing for continued curriculum delivery changes, often with online components. This teaching support guide, created by State University of New York at Albany's Institute for Teaching, Learning, and Academic Leadership (ITLAL), provides a variety of tips for a smooth transition. The guide organizes resources by class structure. For example, fully remote classrooms, hybrid models, and alternating-attendance courses each have their own section. Plus, it covers all of the bases, from effective lecture styles to maintaining academic integrity in remote environments. Each sub-topic has suggestions and examples. For instance, the "Developing a structured online activity" section provides "examples of effective online activity and discussion prompts." Readers who enjoy this resource will want to explore the rest of the ITLAL site, which contains many similar resources such as the Teaching A to Z portal, where readers will find suggestions to better understand and relate to students, as well as tips on designing curriculum. These resources collectively contribute to ITLAL's mission of "support[ing] evidence-based teaching and professional practice to improve faculty careers and increase student learning."
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August 28th, 2020
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August 13th, 2020 at 3:46pm
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August 14th, 2020 at 10:35am
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