Design & Teach Hybrid/Remote Courses
As you engage in designing and teaching your courses in the coming semester – whether that is in remote-only (REO) or in-person-plus-remote (IPR) mode – this web resource is designed to provide you with actionable help: from design suggestions and pedagogical strategies to information on CMU’s digital and physical learning environments and how-to support for using them.
- If you are teaching in a new mode for the first time this semester, remember to start simple.
- If you want to refine your course design for new modes of instruction, try out our new checklist.
- Update your syllabus for Fall 2020
- All instructors are encouraged to incorporate these evidence-based and CMU-crowd-sourced strategies into their teaching, regardless of your mode of instruction:
- Build a sense of community and belonging in your class
- Create Active learning inside and outside of class time
- Provide Frequent low-stakes assignments and assessments
- Explore how you and your students will use CMU’s digital and physical learning environments
Eberly colleagues are here to help!
An Eberly Center consultant can help you identify and map your course components to a hybrid/remote setting. Contact email@example.com for a consultation and/or for help with using the technology.