This from the Chronicle
Bard has put up a page with types of activities – some they can do on their own, others they can do with other students; some are about building community. There are asynchronous and synchronous activities; smaller assignments and end of term projects. They are creative and engaging.
Hello All – Hampshire IT has created a community website with resources, how-to’s, a discussion forum, and more. You can log in with your Hampshire login at cws.hampshire.edu. Look for the site called “Emergency preparation for ad-hoc remote teaching and learning” Your first time logging in you will be asked to self-enroll. Just follow the prompts!
This column from Chronicle Vitae includes some great classroom activities that help you find out what students already know and what they understand from the reading. These activities also help students make connections across readings and to be prepared for class discussions.
Thank you Beth Mattison for posting this podcast and article on varied activity structures to increase student engagement and participation. From the Cult of Pedagogy.
Congratulations Karen Koehler on the publication of the Art History Teaching Resources website. This is a great resource.