Student-Centered On-Line Teaching During COVID-19: Maintaining the Human in Instruction

Denise Patmon (University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA) and Jouliana Bosneva (University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA)
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 214
EISBN13: 9781668461983|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9168-0.ch012
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The purpose of this chapter is to share challenges, successes, and continued efforts to keep students at the center while adapting to the demands of integrating technology into the college classroom during a pandemic. COVID-19 disrupted our teaching practice unlike anything most of us have ever experienced. In order to keep communication open with students once the pandemic set in, the authors collected data during and after teaching for two semesters to learn about students' academic behavior self-assessment, their needs, and their thoughts about the changing pedagogy and teaching practice to best respond to their urgency. Collaboration between a faculty member and Instructional Technology Specialist scaffolded learning and teaching in this one course in ways that proved to be transformative.
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