Resilient Pedagogy: Course Design for Flexible Delivery that can Withstand Disruption

Monday, February 8th, 2021 | 2:30 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.

Event Type: Webinar
Facilitator: Mandy McGrew

“The goal [of resilient pedagogy] is to make teaching as disruption-proof as possible,” says Joshua Eyler. Since March of 2020, faculty and students have faced continued uncertainty about the context in which we will be teaching and learning. The pivot from face-to-face instruction in the spring and the rotational, hybrid, and virtual environments many faculty and students have found themselves in this fall have many of us wondering how to best plan for the future. Developing a resilient pedagogy may be the solution. Rather than only planning what content we need to cover, resilient pedagogy focuses on the interactions that facilitate learning and asks faculty to imagine how those interactions will work in any possible learning environment. Join this session to learn more about resilient pedagogy, view models of resilient teaching, and plan how you might apply these strategies to your own teaching.

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