During the coronavirus pandemic, colleges changed their methods of instruction — quickly. ManyÂ didn’tÂ have plans in place, so instructors did the best they could in a matter of days.â€¯Now, they are preparing for the resumption of classes in the fall. Whether they are planning to teach in person, online or some combination, they have more time.
But with more time comes questions. Expectations are higher for the fall.â€¯What are students learning? How should they be assessed? Colleges are starting to consider these issues. The topics addressedÂ in this webcast reflect the questions that colleges are asking — and the answers of some institutions.
Inside Higher EdÂ editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman will lead a lively discussion on these topicsÂ onÂ Wednesday,Â August 12thÂ atÂ 2:00 pm ET.
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