Building a remote learning community
Welcome to the NYU SPS Remote Instruction Toolkit, which was designed with faculty in mind. Whether you are new to remote instruction or have years of experience, this toolkit will provide you with recommendations, worksheets, and templates for building an engaging remote learning community. It will cover pedagogical and assessment tools and strategies to help you bring best practices to life.
Note: The pedagogical strategies within this toolkit are not only best practices for remote instruction, but can be easily transitioned to in-person instruction.
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How to Use
Step into the toolkit at the point that best fits your needs. The persistent left-hand navigation allows access to all aspects of the toolkit.
Step 4: Preparing a Remote Syllabus
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The CAES team has embedded Google Docs, Sheets, and Forms throughout this toolkit. To download these documents, click on this icon.
Clarity of expectations, purposeful learning activities, and authentic assessments are keys to remote instruction course design.
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Last Updated On: June 11, 2020