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Returning From Remote

Salvage, retain and even treasure the good work you did during remote teaching.

By Jeff Loats, Ph.D.

May 5, 2021

As Metropolitan State University of Denver instructors head back to in-person classes, we have a chance to capture the good that came from all of our emergency work. In our “Returning From Remote” resources, the Center for Teaching, Learning and Design has laid out three areas for educators to consider:

  1. Reflecting on your own teaching experiences during this unusual time might bring some valuable insights about yourself, your students and your courses.
  2. There are some good habits you may have established that could improve all courses, regardless of course format.
  3. There are opportunities you may have created while translating classes into a remote format. That work can now be leveraged into powerful opportunities to change your in-person courses for the better.

Four CTLD staff members sat down to discuss highlights from the Returning From Remote resources:

Learn more by visiting the Returning From Remote resource page.

Sign up for working sessions

The CTLD will hold two working sessions about Returning From Remote in June. Sign up for a session June 14 at 2 p.m. and June 30 at 9 a.m. at the CTLD’s event calendar.

Topics: Academics, Best practices, Center for Teaching, Learning and Design, Online Learning

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