Hybrid, hyflex, synchronous, mixed-mode, transitional…. While the list of different class types (and what everyone calls them) could go on and on, one thing is certain: this academic year has been unpredictable. Even if you start the semester with all of your students in the classroom, there’s still a chance one of them could end up remote at some point before May. This week we are revisiting ETS’s blog on “EdTech Tips to Improve the Remote Student Experience.” This post features a video series in which Kelli Van Wasshenova speaks with Denison faculty members to find out what worked and what didn’t work for their remote students during the fall semester.
Do you need additional help trying to make your class accessible for your remote students? Or maybe you just want to test out classroom equipment? Let ETS know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or schedule a consultation with an EdTech.
Having tech issues in the classroom? Email email@example.com for tech support with cameras, microphones, or other computer issues.