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Faculty Voices: A Mindset for Approaching Online Teaching

In fall of 2020, Faculty Director Sue J. Goldie participated in a Faculty Voices series on Teaching Remotely by Harvard's Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL) and Harvard University (HUIT). This collection of her clips showcase insights and advice on online teaching and course design for faculty to consider as they build and iterate on their own online course design.
Learn more at teachremotely.harvard.edu/faculty-voices

My Favorite Tools

As part of Harvard's Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL) and Harvard University IT (HUIT) initiative "Teach Remotely," Professor Sue J. Goldie and other faculty were asked to provide insights and advice on online teaching and course design.
In this clip (2 of 2) from "Personal Stories, Words of Advice, and Favorite Tools," Sue J. Goldie answers the question, “What should you do when a class discussion falls flat? What happens when traditional teaching methods no longer suffice? Faculty share their advice, insights, and surprising lessons learned on the most important features to master for a successful synchronous class.”

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