Teaching requires patience and experimentation as the pandemic lingers.To thrive, we need to build adaptability into our courses and continue to reimagine in-person activities for physically distanced classrooms. Doing so will allow us to continue providing students the sorts of rich learning experiences, connections, and opportunities that make KU a distinctive place to learn and to grow. All of that can sometimes feel daunting. That's understandable, and it's one reason we created this guide. It is intended to help you think through your classes and to empower you to teach in effective ways whether in person, online, or in a hybrid format, or in other formats that may emerge. No matter how you teaching, adopting a flexible format (and mindset) will help both you and your students.
*This guidebook is being continually updated and improved as we learn more about the challenges instructors face and the strategies they are using to address them. Let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) if you have suggestions or requests. We are grateful for the contributions of Amy Leyerzapf (Leadership Studies), Susan Marshall (Psychology), and Kali Jo Wacker (English) to the content and design of this Guidebook.