The scene is set: You’re standing at the front of the classroom with your students facing toward you, but sitting six feet apart from each other and wearing masks – what strategies might you employ to engage all of your students in meaningful learning?
On-campus face-to-face teaching using the hybrid learning model presents some interesting challenges around how best to deploy interactive, group-based, approaches in the socially distanced classroom.
A new LTE 5-minute read outlines 3 active learning strategies for the socially distanced classroom, focusing on group interaction and collaboration.
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