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Learning From Remote Learning

What the Shift to Remote Learning Can Teach Us About Teaching

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Who could have predicted this end to the Spring 2020 semester? If your future-self had shown up on February 1 to warn you, would you have believed them?

Note: we shifted our residential classes to remote learning, not to online learning. Online classes are designed to be online with…

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