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Teaching Through Technology: This recorded Annual Meeting session from the Section on Technology, Law, and Legal Education offers resources for teaching in a digitalized age and making teaching more efficient through technology.
Online and Hybrid Learning Pedagogy Best Practices and Standards Development: This recorded AALS Discussion Group from the 2020 Annual Meeting covers standards and best practices for online learning in law school.
Teaching With Technology for Maximum Student Engagement: This recorded webinar from the Section on Technology, Law, and Legal Education's summer webinar series discusses different forms of technology such as interactive polls, QR codes, Google Forms, ExamSoft, multi-media, etc., that can be used to create an interactive classroom environment.
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)
Teaching during times of potential disruption requires creative and flexible thinking about how instructors can support students in achieving essential course goals. Remember, while you might not be able to teach something exactly the way you imagined, as long as you’re students are meeting the learning goals of the course, you’re doing fine.
This paper is written for instructors reluctant to teach web-based courses (hereafter referenced as online courses) or [who] may be experiencing difficulties in one or more of the areas discussed herein. We find onlineteaching very satisfying and want to share our successful practices based on a combined 20 years of designing and delivering graduate and undergraduate courses online as well as the sustained positive feedback from our students in course evaluations. We will address faculty in this paper as instructors.