CTL Coffee Chat: Planning for Regular and Substantive Interaction in All Classes
As we pivoted to remote teaching, many of us completed courses in online teaching. The U.S. Department of Education requires that all online courses using federal financial aid "ensure that there is regular and substantive interaction between students and instructors." But now that most of us are back to in-person teaching, it's worth asking: what if we applied the same standard to face-to-face courses? In this workshop, we'll dig into these definitions and try to answer that question. We'll also explore ways to initiate "regular and substantive interactions" with all of your students, regardless of the course size or instructional mode. Participants who wish to attend remotely should indicate this in the comments of their registration.
Location: Dillman 204