Source: The EvoLLLution
Author: Alice Pulvermacher and Sandra Kallio
From K-12 to higher education, instructors did their best to keep students afloat as they themselves struggled to tread water when schools, colleges and universities closed their doors and opened online platforms in response to COVID-19 in spring 2020. Now we reflect on what proved helpful to support faculty and staff during the pandemic and what likely will prove helpful once we’re on the other side.
This is part one of a two-part series based on the experience of the University of Wisconsin System Math Initiative, which has developed structural and instructional strategies to support equitable student success in gateway mathematics since 2018. This series will concentrate on the instructional strategies developed to support student success. Prior to spring 2020, professional development largely had been in person. Since spring 2020, all Math Initiative professional development has been online and we focus on those experiences here.
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