Monday, May 17, 2021
LInc Exchange, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Emergencies have a tendency to fast-forward societal processes. The pandemic catapulted schools and universities into online teaching, causing instructors and students to struggle to adapt to a new reality. By the end of 2020, the public opinion on remote teaching and learning soured. The verdict in the media was crystal clear: remote teaching was a disaster. Is it really that bad? Join me in analyzing how I transitioned my team- and project-based course to remote teaching and discovered some surprising results.