Resilient teaching is the ability to facilitate learning experiences that are designed to be adaptable to fluctuating conditions and disruptions. This teaching ability can be seen as an outcome of a design approach that attends to the relationship between learning goals and activities, and the environments they are situated in. Resilient teaching approaches take into account how a dynamic learning context may require new forms of interactions between teachers, students, content, and tools. Additionally, they necessitate the capacity to rethink the design of learning experiences based on a nuanced understanding of context.
Resilient Teaching Through Times of Crisis and ChangeUniversity of Michigan
About this Course
What you will learn
Identify key interactions that we want to facilitate in our courses
Apply guiding principles of resilient design for learning to develop a course plan
Discuss ways technology and tools can be used to facilitate interactions in support of learning in fluctuating instructional environments
Draw inspiration from examples that highlight resilient teaching during the emergency remote teaching phase
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Towards a Resilient Pedagogy
Principles of Resilient Design for Learning
A Worked Example
Case Studies of Resilient Teaching
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TOP REVIEWS FROM RESILIENT TEACHING THROUGH TIMES OF CRISIS AND CHANGE
An excellent introduction to the principles and practices of resilient teaching.
Very well Planned Course with so many case studies
The topic was very timely. Thank you for all the learnings!
Great course to help adapt with unpredictable time in education.
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