Teaching Remotely During a Time of Disruption

Teaching and assessment strategies that we traditionally use in a physical classroom can also be done in pedagogically sound ways online. The goal of shifting to remote delivery is not to replicate your current in-person class or to create a fully developed online course, but rather to use McGill’s available online tools to adapt your teaching so that you can support learners with achieving the course goals.
 

đź”— Add a link to remote learning resources for students to your myCourses site
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Strategies for Remote Teaching and Assessment

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Tools for Remote Teaching and Assessment

Webinars

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Guidelines for the Remote Teaching Context

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Support from other McGill Units

Thank you to Interac Corp. for supporting remote teaching and learning through the development of several resources on these web pages.

 


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