McGill’s Large Class Teaching Exchange, which took place from May to August 2021, provided a unique conversation space for instructors from across disciplines and course contexts to come together to share ideas and lived experiences from teaching online this past year. A total of 83 instructors from nine Faculties attended, contributing their insight on teaching large classes— from ways of engaging students during lectures to creative methods for managing teaching teams.
Read about the teaching ideas from five instructors who participated in the event:
Thinking Outside the Zoom Box with the Large Class Teaching Exchange
Part 1: Engaging Students Online
Part 2: Considerations for Online Course Delivery
This content has been provided by Dr. Véronique Brulé, an Educational Developer with the Office of Science Education.
Associate Director, Faculty and Teaching Development, and Senior Academic Associate, at McGill's Teaching and Learning Services; former Senior Faculty Lecturer at the McGill Writing Centre; area of specialization: Second Language Education; loves teaching and learning!
(Photo credit: Owen Egan)
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