SHOWCASE: Pandemic Pedagogy: Lessons Learned and New Models (90 mins)
The global pandemic brought rapid change to most classes taught at George Mason. Moving to an online platform brought many challenges and offered new insights for many educators. In this session, we will hear from ten faculty members about the insights they gained and changes they made to their teaching, including the specific tools and resources they make use of to transform their teaching, such as the Zoom white board for peer-review and interactive activities, the Padlet tool to create reciprocity circles, and group discussion forums for timed-essay assignments. This session will give you time to reflect on your own teaching, engage in interactive activities, learn for short talks and ask questions during the Q&A portions.
Conveners: Alison Melley, Megan Stutesman
Eric Anderson (College of Humanities and Social Sciences)
Gabriele Belle (College of Science)
Yvonne Demory (School of Business)
Saiid Ganjalizadeh (School of Business)
Ariel Goldenthal (College of Humanities and Social Sciences)
Andrea Landis (College of Humanities and Social Sciences)
Xin Li (School of Business)
Kevin Rockman (School of Business)
Alla Webb (School of Business)
Alexandria Zylstra (School of Business)
Copyright (c) 2021 Jacqueline Serigos, Eric Anderson, Gabriele Belle, Yvonne Demory, Ariel Goldenthal, Andrea Landis, Xin Li, Kevin Rockmann, Alexandria Zylstra
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