Online Teaching: Lessons Learned

How did the shift to online teaching go for you? Join Sean Michael Morris (Senior Instructor of Learning Design and Technology in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver) and Karishma Collette, PhD (Assistant Director, Center for Research on Learning & Teaching, University of Michigan) as they reflect on the successes, challenges, and lessons learned during the shift to online teaching. After attending the webinar, you will be able to:

  • Evaluate what worked/didn’t work in your own online teaching.
  • Learn strategies that others have successfully used in their online courses.
  • Recognize that these are unprecedented times and we are all learning new strategies to cope with the uncertainty and change.

About the Panellists

Karishma Collette, PhD is Assistant Director in the Center for Research on Learning & Teaching at University of Michigan. In her role, Karishma consults with and facilitates workshops for faculty, GSIs (graduate student instructors), and undergraduates in instructional roles, on a variety of topics in teaching and learning. She also directs the Winter GSI teaching orientation, and is an active member of CRLT’s GSI team and DE&I team.

Sean Michael Morris is Senior Instructor of Learning Design and Technology in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver. He is also the co-founder and director of Digital Pedagogy Lab and the Director of Educational Partnerships at Hybrid Pedagogy. Sean is the co-author of An Urgency of Teachers: The Work of Critical Digital Pedagogy, with Jesse Stommel.

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