MTU Profs Shift Teaching and Labs to Remote Instruction
Flipped classrooms, online courses, livestreamed lectures, technology for take-home tests. A week ago, these were innovative ways to push, blend and reframe the blurring boundaries of college classrooms that have moved into digital and real-world spaces. And now they are — almost instantly — the new norm in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
The next few weeks will not be easy. But then no Michigan Tech class ever is. The important part is that we are all in this together (and remotely). As we step bravely into an uncertain future, we still have the power to shape our experience and learn from this adventure. Kindness, patience, honest feedback and a willingness to let perfectionism go will give everyone some much-needed breathing room. Read the full story highlighting some of the innovations and workarounds being implemented across campus. Have an idea to share or want to hear about others? Tag @mturesearch on Twitter and tell us what works, what didn’t and any good resources, articles or software you discover.