Dual modality teaching — with students both physically present in the classroom and attending remotely — will require continuing many of our practices from the 2020-2021 academic year.
Even if you are teaching in-person (face-to-face) you may need to teach remote students who are quarantined, have delayed their return, become ill, or are asked to isolate. You will want to be in a position to adapt to a changing landscape. The hybrid / dual modality format introduces a number of new complexities, challenges, and opportunities for how we teach, and requires some planning and experimentation. Below are some resources to help you plan for your classes:
Faculty Experience with Dual Modality
- Faculty Spotlight on Dual Modality – Rebecca Shakespeare
- Students in the Room and Students on Zoom: Tufts Faculty Experience Dual Modality Instruction
Dual Modality Tips Sheets
- Dual Modality Teaching
- A Checklist for the Hybrid – Dual Modality Classroom
- Dividing Students into Alternating Face-to-Face Groups
- Labs and Hands-On Experiments
You can also find teaching strategies for in-person, hybrid and virtual classrooms in:
– A&S Synchronous Modality Guide (CELT)
– Virtual Teaching Tips (CELT)
– Using Multi-Modality Classrooms at Tufts (ETS)
For more help, reach out to CELT@tufts.edu or EdTech@tufts.edu.