Tag: COVID-19 teaching

SIP 14.4 Tips to Combat Faculty Fear and Anxiety through the Return to Campus

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? Since the beginning of the global pandemic and the shift to remote work in spring 2020, faculty members have had to continuously adapt and update pedagogical methods to meet the needs of students while following public-health protocols. On top of the typical challenges of workload and time management, faculty …

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SIP 13.3 Navigating Constant Moral Decisions while Teaching and Learning During a Pandemic

Students and faculty alike are tired from the daily value prioritizing and moral negotiations required for pandemic life. From the simplest decisions to the most complex, our values and priorities are being questioned and tested; it can even feel like these decisions define our worth or standing within our communities. Decisions that normally didn’t take …

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