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  • Tags: Virtual Learning

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This article addresses both young children's and parents' frustrations with online learning, featuring a five-year old boy crying at his computer while trying to do school work.

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This instagram post highlights two children having to use a Taco Bell's free wifi to complete their online work for school, revealing the disparities within American society. Not all families have equal access to internet sources at home.

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A page on the ITS site providing resources for students with online learning. It includes information on video calls, Moodle, accounts, collaboration and more.

tools-software.pdf
One of the pages on Resilient Pedagogy, this page discusses the go-to tools all faculty should feel comfortable with for online teaching.

resislient-pedagogy.pdf
This page is designed to be a resource to faculty when designing their courses for the fall in light of all the uncertainty. It provides suggestions and links to help faculty design courses that can adapt to future challenges.

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A collection of examples of resilient pedagogy to help faculty think through their own courses. Some examples are from Carleton faculty, and other examples are from outside Carleton.

reflectionassignment.pdf
As part of an ongoing series, the blog post discusses how Biology Professor Sarah Deel used a series of reflections that enabled her to better know her students, monitor how they were doing, and engage with them during a challenging time.

readingpartners.pdf
In a guest blog post, History and American Studies Professor Meredith McCoy discusses her use of reading partners in her class to foster connections between students.

modes-engagement.pdf
As part of the Resilient Pedagogy site, this page discusses different ways students participate in class, and the considerations around engagement, equity, and more.

discussiongroups-buildcommunity.pdf
As part of an ongoing series, the blog post discusses how German Professor Kiley Kost used discussion groups of four students, and how the consistency of the approach worked well.
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