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person writes notes in journalShare a teaching practice, help create a resource!

We wanted to share a great resource now available to all instructors to review and contribute to regarding remote teaching. The Center for Faculty Excellence is inviting Carolina instructors to share an example of a teaching practice that has worked in their remote courses. Write a short paragraph that describes ONE instructional practice from ONE course that you have taught since the shift to remote instruction. It can be a specific technique, strategy, or course design decision that you think has enhanced student learning in that course.

To contribute a teaching practice and/or to learn more, visit the Remote Teaching Field Notes website.


Several contributions have already been posted to the website for this resource in these categories (more to be added as submissions are received):

  • Accessing and Navigating Course Materials
  • Assessment and Grading
  • Building Course Community
  • Engaging Students in Asynchronous Remote Settings
  • Engaging Students in Synchronous Remote Settings

Consider sharing a remote teaching practice that has worked well for you and your students this year!

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