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KU classes will move online starting March 23. CTE has helped create a website to guide you through the process. Find it here.
Helping students find their way through a fog of uncertainty online
To give your online class a bit of campus feel, add a virtual whistle
Creating community in an online course
When you teach online, nobody laughs at your boots
You can complain or you can model. Which will your students see as classes move online?
KU Physics Department faculty design an introductory, calculus-based physics course that uses an "energy-first curriculum" to improve student learning.
Carol Holstead, Journalism & Mass Communications, shares strategies for improving teaching, starting with a back-to-the-basics approach for names, emails, feedback, and office hours.
Tony Rosenthal, History, discusses the use of new teaching methodologies in a urban history course in his article, "Sin Cities: From History to Sociology to Urban History, an Interdisciplinary Journey".
Harvard University scholars focus on "Measuring actual learning versus feeling of learning in response to being actively engaged in the classroom".
The American Sociological Association calls for reconsideration of student teaching evaluations. Click here for official statement.
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