Posts Tagged: blended learning

When Life Hands You Covid… Rethink and Redesign: Two Educators Share Their Journey

12/01/2020 | Written by Carley Goodkind and Beth DeGuire

Friday the 13th, March 2020. Fear of the unknown hung heavily in the air. News of a dangerous and deadly new virus circulated for weeks, seeming distant at first and then spreading closer to home with increasing velocity. At 2:33 p.m., eight minutes before dismissal for the weekend, our principal’s calm voice broke through the […]

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How to Establish a Strong Community in an Online Course

06/29/2020 | Written by Magara Maeda, UW-River Falls & Lauren Rosen, UW Collaborative Language Program

One of the most common questions we hear from instructors who are first moving to an online teaching environment is, “How do I build community in an online class?” Read more…

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When it isn’t an emergency: Planning for Fall 2020

05/11/2020 | Written by Lauren Rosen

It’s certainly been an interesting spring with emergency remote instruction, figuring out where the weaknesses in our system lie, and just how many people in our state don’t have access, despite the fact that we are in the year 2020. I thought it might be useful to share some ideas about purposeful planning for online […]

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What to Expect from the Unexpected…

03/15/2020 | Written by Lauren Rosen

Under the circumstances of living during a pandemic and knowing that just in the last week some crazy stuff is happening throughout the state, CSC shut down early, schools closing, and who knows what is yet to come. I thought it would be appropriate to address the concerns with some starter resources. For those of […]

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