Remote Classes and Limited Operations: Online Pedagogy

Civil Discourse

Tempers can flare online and discussion participants can say harsh words that they wouldn't necessarily say face to face. It's also easy to type something you think is innocuous that is interpreted as hurtful—and the misunderstanding can be hard to clear up if people aren't in the same room. 

Online Pedagogy

Intentional design is needed to create high-quality online offerings over the long run. 

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