Note: A version of this article was posted on March 7, 2022. Given the approach of the second year of the war in Ukraine and the recent earthquake in Türkiye […]
You may have seen or heard about guidance from the university about having students on camera during live class sessions. Here are some suggestions for encouraging (but not requiring) web camera use.
Online classes require special attention to create environments where all feel comfortable engaging. How do you want to present yourself synchronously as well as asynchronously? What types of interactions will […]
In this piece (web link), Nicole Matos explored the question “What do you really, really wish your professors understood?” with students who took her developmental writing course. At Baruch, we […]
On November 15th we hosted a CTL Conversation, in which faculty came together to discuss the topic of challenging discussions in light of the divisive election. A concern of many […]
We asked faculty to share their approaches and suggestions. We hope to add to our list here, so if you have any of your own suggestions and thoughts, please post […]