Teaching will require patience and experimentation during the coming year as instructors and students adapt to changes brought on by the coronavirus. Safety will be paramount when classes resume. To thrive, we are going to have to build adaptability into our courses and reimagine in-person activities for physically distanced classrooms, while still providing students the sorts of rich learning experiences, connections, and opportunities that make KU a distinctive place to learn and grow. That may sound daunting, but it doesn't have to be. This guide is intended to help you think through your classes and to empower you to teach in effective ways whether in-person or online.
*This guidebook is being continually updated and improved as we learn more about the challenges we will face in the fall and strategies for addressing 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.