Tag Archives: covid19

Teaching in a Pandemic: We Have Solved This Problem Before

The situation here is familiar: circumstances demand that we change how we deliver teaching and learning. We need to employ different teaching modalities, and we need to quickly prepare students for that. Notice I didn’t say “new” modalities. We are … Continue reading

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Evolving Pedagogy from Crisis to Competency

This post came out of a brainstorming sketch I did while trying to think of ways to help us adapt our way through this crisis and emerge with stronger courses, programs, and institutions. This isn’t how institutions typically behave: typically … Continue reading

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NW eLearning Provides Free Webinar on Online Teaching

Once again, the elearning community is stepping up to take care of teachers in this time of crisis. The NW eLearning Community in particular has sent out this message providing support: Dear Colleagues, Schools in the Pacific Northwest are responding … Continue reading

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Calendar of eLearning Events

Stephen Downes has created a calendar of free online events for faculty going online due to the Covid19 crisis, his note is here: If you are hosting a live webcast or online event intended to help people create an online … Continue reading

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Instructional Design and States of Emergency

Here in Washington State, we have schools closing because of the Corona virus. We have the added burden of students who do not have access to the internet at home. This is not unlike other obstructions/opportunities/challenges I have faced in … Continue reading

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