COVID-19 Special Episode 4: What About Engagement?

Since moving to an online format, many instructors are asking, “How can I get my students engaged when I can’t see them? How can I tell if they’re engaging at all?” In this episode, Adam and Dinur talk about what student engagement looks like in an online environment. Show Notes No show notes this episode

Episode: Back in the Saddle Again!

Due to COVID-19, we had to set down the podcast for a while – but with the semester’s end, we’re back! Join Dinur and Adam as we talk about what we’ve learned from the COVID-19 experience, and what we plan to do going forward. We’re also making some changes to our original schedule, so be […]

COVID-19 Episode 3: Teaching The Crisis

In a crisis like this, it’s natural to want to bring it into the classroom and study it. But what if your class topic doesn’t relate easily to an international pandemic? Join Dinur and Adam as we discuss some ways to bring the crisis into your virtual classrooms. Show Notes Quick-And-Dirty Ways To Get Your […]

COVID-19 Episode 2: The Issue of Rigor, or Humane Teaching

Universities pride themselves on rigor. But is demanding rigor appropriate during an international pandemic? Adam and Dinur discuss why being kind yet firm is going to help our students during COVID-19  a lot more than demands for rigor will. Show Notes Quick-And-Dirty Ways To Get Your Course Online Low-Bandwidth Teaching Resources for Students During COVID-19

COVID-19 Episode 1: Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Teaching

Times have changed – and rapidly. With COVID-19 shutting down schools all over the world, academics are struggling to move courses online. In our COVID-19 special series, Dinur and Adam will be discussing different aspects of this problem and ways to solve them. Today we discuss synchronous vs. asynchronous teaching. Show Notes Quick-And-Dirty Ways To […]