How are faculties and universities going about rethinking their instructing and finding out methods within the wake of widescale experimentation with virtual instruction?
This week’s episode is the remaining of a three-part sequence on virtual instructing and finding out, supported by means of the Invoice & Melinda Gates Basis. The primary two episodes explored how the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped what researchers and practitioners know concerning the position of era in finding out, and the way neatly the loads of ed-tech firms that paintings with faculties, professors and scholars meet the desires of the establishments and their folks and what they may be able to do higher.
On this week’s episode, we glance extra intently at how person faculties and universities are rethinking the position of virtual finding out. Dhanfu E. Elston, leader of team of workers and senior vice chairman for technique at Whole School The us, discusses an effort involving six traditionally black faculties and universities.
Then we pay attention directors from Arizona State, DeVry and Yale Universities describe the paintings they’re doing to adapt their methods for the usage of virtual gear and approaches in instruction.
Hosted by means of Within Upper Ed Editor Doug Lederman.
This episode was once made conceivable by means of the Invoice & Melinda Gates Basis.