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Four Virtual Teaching Practices to Bring into the In-Person Classroom

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We asked our student consultants to reflect on their experiences with online learning as they look forward to returning to in-person classrooms.

The following infographic, created by Yarin Reindorp, Michelle Yao, and Sajan Bar, highlights four pandemic teaching practices that students find supportive of their learning: 1) Recorded lectures, 2) virtual office hours, 3) technology-enhanced learning, and 4) flexible testing practices. 

We invite you to peruse the infographic to learn about the practices students hope instructors will carry forward with the return to in-person teaching and learning.  

To learn more about strategies for a smooth transition to in-person teaching, see the CTL’s resource Transition to In-Person Teaching

*Click here to download a PDF version of the infographic.