As the end of the quarter draws near, it's an opportune time to think through lessons learned about remote and hybrid teaching during the pandemic. What strategies have proven successful? What challenges have we faced and how have we adapted? What new approaches might we incorporate for Winter Quarter and perhaps bring back to our teaching once we fully return to face-to-face instruction? A panel of faculty and instructors from across the humanities and social sciences will share their reflections on these and other questions, leading into an open discussion. Panelists include:
- Samantha Fenno, Senior Lecturer, Humanities Collegiate Division
- Paul Poast, Associate Professor, Political Science
- Jennifer Spruill, Senior Lecturer, Social Sciences Collegiate Division
- Tyler Williams, Assistant Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
The session will be moderated by by Joe Lampert, Director for Humanities and Social Sciences at the Chicago Center for Teaching and Senior Lecturer in the College.