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Strategies for Teaching Large Classes with Online and Hybrid Delivery Methods

With special focus on the challenges of teaching classes of more than sixty students, faculty from several disciplines and an instructional designer will share experiences, strategies, and research findings on effective teaching and learning. We will focus on the conditions we face this fall, when large classes will be taught either online or hybrid, and we must follow low density guidelines and prioritize the community’s health and safety. We will define, discuss, and offer examples of content delivery, engagement, and assessments in online and hybrid teaching environments and invite faculty to discuss challenges and share their strategies as well.

Facilitators: Rabeka Alam (Chemistry), Melanie Blood (Provost’s Office), Ray Boucher (Theatre), Joe Dolce (CIT Instructional Design), Jani Lewis (Biology), James McLean (Physics), Susan Muench (Biology).

See 7/24 email from TLC for Zoom info or email

Thursday, July 30, 2020 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Target Audience

Faculty & Staff




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