Teaching Remotely

Successfully plan and deliver a high-quality remote learning experience

Successfully plan and deliver a high-quality remote learning experience

Principles

Start by understanding key principles that support successful remote learning.

Plan Your Course

Transform your pedagogy and lay out your course – pacing activities, choosing between live and recorded sessions, diversifying assessment, and centering access & equity.

Engage Students

Overcome online passivity and keep your students engaged using strategies for active learning, including collaboration, group work, and online discussions.

Build & Deliver

Identify technologies to build and deliver your course and classroom activities. Access how-to guidance and evidence-based practices that support student learning.

Check your readiness

Review the UW Course Readiness Checklist to make sure you feel prepared for online instruction!

Get help

Find support from experts and peers.

Drop-in office hours

Come at any time – arrive late, leave early!

Teaching Remotely Pop-Up Sessions

Sessions include best-practices and essential aspects of effective remote instruction along with opportunities to share ideas and resources. View videos of past Pop-Up sessions.

Upcoming sessions

  • Creating Student Norms Around Academic Integrity
    Thursday, January 28 (5:00-6:00 p.m.) Zoom
    We can’t wish away Course Hero or Chegg, but we can help students care about academic integrity and avoid cheating. Join a panel of instructors on January 28 to learn how.
    Register using your UW netID.

Workshops: live and self-paced

  • Canvas, Zoom, and Panopto live workshops. Offered by UW Learning Technologies.
  • Teaching Online 101 course (asynchronous, with cohort and self-paced options; all UW instructors welcome). Enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set. 5-week cohort that launches Nov. 30th. Produced and delivered by UW Bothell.
  • Teaching Online 201 course (asynchronous, with cohort and self-paced options; all UW instructors welcome). 3-week, cohort-based course also launches November 30th. Produced and delivered by UW Bothell.

Learn what peers are doing

What are other UW instructors trying and recommending? Explore the Teaching Everywhere blog, updated twice a month with new posts.

For departments and groups

Request a departmental or other group session from the Center for Teaching and Learning through this request form.