COVID-19 has prompted sudden and drastic change in how college educators teach and interact with their students. We hope to support this rapid shift to online teaching by connecting educators in our community with other educators looking for feedback on recalibrated exams and assignments for their online classroom.
The educators below have volunteered to offer their feedback and peer review in a one-on-one setting and answer specific questions around best practices in online pedagogy. If you would like to connect with one of them, please let us know, and we will be in touch to make introductions.
Associate Professor of Accounting, Clarkson University
I can show you how to use a document camera in lieu of a whiteboard to demonstrate problems and both synchronous and asynchronous modalities in the field of accounting or other technical business disciplines.
Do you have experience teaching online and would like to offer discipline-specific feedback to other educators? Email our Senior Educator Partnerships Manager, Alex Witkowski, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and he will reach out to match you with another educator.
If you would like to join our network of verified college educators, sign up here, where you will be guided through a quick verification process.
Want to volunteer your time and expertise?
We will continue to send you email updates as the Course Hero Educator Team develops more discipline-specific resources for remote teaching. A lot has changed this month, but educators are still expected to be there for their students—and we want to be here for you.
We will keep you updated as more resources become available.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Guttman Community College
I would be happy to talk to others about how to adapt creative assignments and research projects for the distance learning space, while leveraging the capabilities of a variety of platforms for the Social Sciences.