All of our faculty had to adjust and innovate in response to teaching in an online environment during the last two and a half semesters of this pandemic. Some changed their teaching materials to incorporate intellectual content from the pandemic but all had to change their teaching methods and modalities to a greater or lesser degree.
Three faculty with three very different types of teaching challenges have generously shared their stories of making their classrooms engaging and effective for students during these challenging times.
Catherine N. Duckett, Ph.D.
She also published a short article on her classes’ response in the International Journal, Science Education and Civic Engagement, an online peer‑reviewed journal published by the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, titled “COVID-19 and the Political Context of Climate Change Solutions”. Dr. Duckett found that the rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic convinced her students that the world could change rapidly if people wanted to make a change.