This year has been an exceptionally challenging one for students and faculty alike, with disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the abrupt pivot to online education worldwide. Starting from the New Chalk Talk newsletter, Maha Bali and Hoda Mostafa from American University in Cairo have been asking faculty members from across the university for insights on this challenge inspired by student feedback the institution had been soliciting: How might we find simple strategies that work well for faculty and enhance the student learning experience? Nearly 20 faculty members from multiple schools responded to our questions about student stress and anxiety, engagement, and online instruction practices.
See the full article here: https://www.al-fanarmedia.org/2020/11/making-online-teaching-work-insights-from-american-university-in-cairo-faculty/?lbsf=true&id=44651.
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