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How Can I Adapt My Teaching So Students Thrive in a Polysynchronous Classroom?

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How Can I Adapt My Teaching So Students Thrive in a Polysynchronous Classroom?

In this video, Sarah Lovern and Tom Saleska (Concordia University Wisconsin) share lessons from their polysynchronous teaching and provide ideas for creating a more effective learning environment.

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This 20-Minute Mentor shares lessons from the presenters’ polysynchronous teaching and provides ideas to help create a more effective learning environment. These lessons include building rapport and encouraging interaction with your students, holding students accountable for their learning, developing different small-stakes assessments, and increasing your empathy and flexibility as an instructor.

Presenters

Sarah Lovern, PhD
Professor of Biology
Department of Life and Earth Sciences
Concordia University Wisconsin

Tom Saleska, PhD
Professor of Biology
Department of Life and Earth Sciences
Concordia University Wisconsin

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