Virtual ProgramMonday, October 18

14-04 Pandemic Pedagogy: What We’ve Learned and What We’ll Carry Forward

Monday, October 18, 2:15 pm–3:45 pm

  session will be recorded and available for later viewing online


Chair: Christine J. Widmayer (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

Forum participants:

Sarah Noel Lawson (Indiana University)

Linda J. Lee (University of Pennsylvania)

Montana Miller (Bowling Green State University)

Kim D.  Stryker (George Mason University)

Over the past year, pedagogical approaches changed dramatically as courses moved to remote, online, and hybrid formats during the COVID-19 pandemic. As instructors, we adapted our methods to the times, finding ways to help our students through pandemic conditions while also revising our assignments and content to address current challenges. Looking back on the past year of teaching, this roundtable discusses what we have learned from our innovations and asks participants and the audience to consider what they will carry forward as we move out of the pandemic. What worked? What do we hope to retain in our post-pandemic teaching?