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by Dr. Mona Mehdy, The University of Texas at Austin, on Aug 23, 2020 9:37:02 AM

I have taught Introductory Biology I most summers for the past 15 years. However, this was the first summer in which I was required to teach it completely online, with …

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Topics:Active LearningOnline LearningAsk&VoteTeacher HighlightsCovid19

by Squarecap Staff, on Jun 15, 2020 11:47:43 AM

When classes meet in person, there is a natural progression from when the first student enters the room until the professor officially starts the class. The quiet rustle as students …

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Topics:Teaching TipsOnline LearningPollingCovid19

by Stephanie Klenzendorf, M.Ed., on May 23, 2020 11:23:31 PM

As campuses announce their intentions to return to face-to-face instruction or remain online-only next semester, many professors are reflecting on the past couple of months as they prepare for an …

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Topics:Active LearningOnline LearningTrends in EdTechCovid19

by K. Sata Sathasivan, Ph.D., Co-founder and Chief Academic Officer, Squarecap, on Apr 5, 2020 11:00:13 PM

The transition to online teaching has prompted many teachers to learn new methods for delivering lessons to their students from home offices with limited resources. The inability to write or …

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Topics:Teaching TipsOnline LearningTrends in EdTechCovid19

by K. Sata Sathasivan, Ph.D., Co-founder and Chief Academic Officer, Squarecap, on Mar 18, 2020 11:44:55 PM

With schools closing across the nation due to COVID-19, millions of students are staying at home and will be required to attend classes online indefinitely. A recent New York Times …

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Topics:Teaching TipsOnline LearningAsk&VotePollingCovid19