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Covid and Beyond: Teaching Exemplars

Teaching Innovations and Exemplars website

The Teaching Innovations and Exemplars website was born of a desire to document and share imaginative teaching innovations developed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic of 2021-2021 by faculty at the University of North Florida. Its genesis is in the Department of Art, Art History, and Design (where many, but far from all, of our creative teachers are found), and its implementation is supported by the collaborative efforts of the Office of Faculty Excellence (OFE) and the Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT). If you are a UNF faculty member with successful curricular ideas developed during our remote months, or since then -- please let us know. We would love to hear from you and are eager to showcase your teaching story. 


Resources from within UNF 

 Remote / Online Course Recommendations

Prepared by the Student Academic Success Services (SASS) student employees within Undergraduate Studies (UGS). These students include tutors, supplemental instruction (SI) leaders, and Peer-Assisted Student Success (PASS) leaders, who offer these suggestions based on feedback from the students with whom they work, and SASS coordinators, who compiled recommendations from their experiences operating Canvas pages, investigating best practices, and conducting literature reviews on increasing online/remote student engagement.

Tips for Teaching with Empathy

From Teaching in the Time of Covid -- and Beyond: Teaching with Empathy

An open forum facilitated by Professors Kristen Hicks-Roof and Matthew Ohlson

Resources beyond UNF

Advice for how to successfully guide students in group work online

Anonymous, Inside Higher Ed, October 28, 2020