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Active Teaching Lab: “Course-and-a-half Syndrome”— 10 ways to avoid
Wednesday, January 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pmRegister
Even if you didn’t intend to add more content to your remote course, the remote format might make it seem like there’s more. We’ll talk about potential pitfalls and strategies for you and your students. In this responsive, participant-driven session, we’ll dig into the theme above and address your questions, challenges, solutions, and workarounds. You’ll leave with a personalized digital resource sheet.
Got questions or resources? No need to wait — jump into the Active Teaching discussion on “Course-and-a-half Syndrome” right now.
- Add this event to your calendar: [Lab] “Course-and-a-half Syndrome”— 10 ways to avoid
- Join the interactive online session Wednesday at 1pm: Click here to join the meeting
- Extend the conversation the day after (Thursday 1-2pm) in the same meeting room. We’ll dig deeper and focus on ways to apply what we learned to your specific contexts.
Grounded in inclusive learning, infused with research, and connecting to the Wisconsin Experience, Active Teaching Labs help you learn more about teaching tools and equitable practices and hear how UW-Madison instructors motivate, engage, and more effectively teach the diverse range of students we encounter.
Access summaries, videos, and Activity Sheets from past Labs in our eJournal: wisc.pb.unizin.org/atlejournal