Community Idea Exchange
21 June 2021
This session explores strategies for engaging faculty around blended learning possibilities. Improving public health prognoses in some countries raise the prospect of some institutions or departments abandoning online teaching. Beyond questions of the timing or degree of such a change, faculty opinion is divided in its assessment. Some joyfully await a return to the “normal” they knew. Others fear a return to the status quo ante would erase lessons and possibilities for teaching and learning opened up by the pandemic. This interactive session explores strategies and areas for building inter-faculty dialogue and engagement as institutions exit emergency remote teaching.
Michael KozakowskiDirector, Center for Teaching & LearningCentral European University