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Leaning Into Uncertainty: Ensuring Quality Legal Education During Coronavirus: Roundtable 1: Beyond Zoom! Moving from Emergency Virtual Classrooms to a Rigorous, Engaging Online Experience

A supplemental page for the Leaning into Uncertainty Conference.

Discussion Prompts for Roundtable 1

Discussion Prompt: 

Identify three (3) techniques to ensure quality student engagement and interactivity as you deliver your course from a distance.

Harvest Prompts:

1. Did you identify techniques for BUILDING COMMUNITY from a distance?

2. Did you identify techniques for ensuring an ENGAGING 1L EXPERIENCE from a distance?

3. Did you identify techniques for ensuring INTERACTIVITY IN LARGE (or small) CLASSES?

4. Did you identify techniques for injecting INTERACTIVITY OUTSIDE OF REAL-TIME CLASS SESSIONS?


Video Discussions

Charlie Perkins, Canceling a Snow Day, CALIcon19 (June 9, 2019)
Panel, The Problem of Engaging Students at a Distance, CALIcon18 (June 26, 2018)
Mike Gregory & John Mayer, Distance Learning in Non-Distance Learning Courses, CALIcon18 (June 27, 2018)

Online Pedagogy: Law School