This assignment asked students to select a current events topic from an instructor-created website. Students then explored a historical event related to their topic of choice and wrote an op-ed.
This resource discusses the ways in which traditionally hands-on archaeology assignments were transformed to satisfy social distancing requirements and maintain relevance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This assignment offered an opportunity for students to learn about Japanese shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing”). By participating in shinrin-yoku individually, students not only learned about a practice relevant to the course but received a valuable break from the stress of online learning.
This assignment asked students to examine, discuss, and write about a variety of visual artifacts remotely.
This resource examines the advantages asynchronous online discussion has over traditional in-classroom discussion. Students used an online forum to deliberate aspects of The Doctrine of Double Effect.
This resource examines how transforming the format of online quizzes in a physics class bolstered both student engagement and enjoyment.