How is teaching in-person different during a pandemic?
- Think asynchronous first:
Prepare your Canvas course site as if you were teaching online. Load your syllabus, readings, learnings activities, and assignments into Canvas.
- Utilize a Canvas template to help organize your course content:
Log into Canvas and visit the Canvas Commons to review Baylor created templates.
- Keep in mind the three C’s:
Clarity, Consistency and Connectedness
- Utilize the online discussion forums to supplement your in-person discussions:
Online discussions prior to in-person class sessions allow students to build voice and confidence.
For more on this topic, visit the Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL) page on Teaching In-Person During a Pandemic. If you have additional questions about teaching in-person under the current circumstances, please reach out to the ATL at email@example.com.