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Luke Waltzer
Minimum Viable (transitioned) Course, if your department lets you: *send students clear, bulleted email with things to do & resources *include times when they can call you or otherwise connect *suggest benchmarks, but don’t require *collect work via email, save into folders
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Luke Waltzer Mar 13
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*(name folders sp20/coursename/studentname) *Send suggested methods for how they can connect with one another *Check in via email 2x a week *Save time to give detailed feedback, and give everyone who submitted an A.
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Luke Waltzer Mar 13
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If you can do more than this, great! Anything more is heroic. Reduce pressure on yourself, especially adjuncts. Tenured faculty, protect the adjuncts. We all just gotta get through this. Remember we’re all going to be surrounded by sickness & horrible news. And no hoops.
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Dr Bruce Herbert Mar 13
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We have found group chat, where the instructor in online for a set time really works well. We have used Groupme is one example of group chat
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Frank J. Mar 20
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Thank you for your post, because it made me think. I think I will offer two options for my students the minimum viable one and the well I have time and want to learn alot. And they can choose which path they want to use. We created online ressources over the last to years. 1/2
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Frank J. Mar 20
Replying to @lwaltzer
So it would be sad not to use them. Going to use Slack for discussions and group work. But will offer the other way aswell.
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