The pandemic, though tragic and debilitating, does nonetheless provide an opportunity for us to reexamine our approach to education, the ways we engage our students, and whether we are meeting our goals of quality learning. We shouldn’t let the difficult circumstances of the past year deter us
In this issue, we summarize two faculty members’ assessment practices, which they each discussed with CLT in an interview, and which we then transcribed and summarized.
This year has been an exceptionally challenging one for students and faculty alike. We have been preparing for it, sharing experiences and tips, making recommendations and inviting feedback from faculty members throughout the period of online instruction with the goal of improving the student learning experience
The time is right to begin incorporating podcasts into your courses, but before we dig into why and how, I’d like to
share a brief story of my own experience teaching with podcasts at the American University in Cairo (AUC).
CLT invited faculty from across the disciplines to tell us how they started their fall semester. These are their contributions:
In this special two part issue of CLT’s New Chalk Talk, we share the stories of four AUC faculty who are teaching online this summer, and comparing how this experience has been different from the emergency remote teaching experience of the spring semester