Rebecca Johnson and Katie Bush--The digital tools that you may be using to teach in a physically distanced classroom can be used to facilitate academic continuity in the event of a pivot to different modes of instruction. In this post, we'll describe digital tools that facilitate common classroom activities across all modes. Contact the Innovative Learning Institute with questions about any of the digital tools that you may be using.
Marybeth Koon—Sometimes the most efficient way of addressing the needs of students in an asynchronous online course is to hold a synchronous session. While web conferencing with a tool such as Zoom offers the immediacy of a face-to-face classroom experience, these sessions require careful planning.