Keep Teaching for Law Faculty

Hybrid Class Lecture Tools:




Other Tips

Live Class Lecture Tips:

  • Do a quick social check-in at the beginning of class. Instead of leaving an awkward silence while students are arriving, use the opportunity to chat. Ask students what’s new and interesting in their lives, what their holiday plans are, etc. Just as in a physical classroom, some chitchat helps to break down social barriers while creating the expectation of interaction. You might consider pre-loading a slide that features a current event, cartoon, or trivia question to spark conversation in the minutes before class begins.
  • Be sure to check-in during your lecture. Problems can arise during lecture time and if you will stop and get interaction from a few students you can find out how your lecture is being received. If there are technical problems, you will want to know before you have talked for 20 minutes so you can address the issue.

Collaborating outside class time:

Box, Box provides secure storage and file sharing that is cross-platform.  Collaboration can be set up quickly in Box, and you can designate different levels of access.  You should move any “critical files” that you will need access to from home to Box today, if possible.  Instructions on Box

Microsoft Teams will be invaluable for collaboration and support while working remotely. You can download Teams for all platforms: here.  Read more about how to get the most out of Microsoft Teams. Use your full email address to login to Teams.

Accessible via or within Canvas, Zoom offers synchronous, web-based virtual meeting environments. Additional features include two-way audio and video, text chat, application and desktop sharing, breakout rooms, and session recording.  More info can be found here.

 Many software platforms that Baylor provides to enable you to accomplish your work are available via the Web or can be installed on a home computer.

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