Has the recent shift to digital learning made you change your course structure, content, or instruction? Are you thinking you may make changes in the future? While teaching our current courses takes first priority right now, it’s useful to think about how what we are learning can inform what we’ll do next time to improve. What kinds of information (aka “data”) do we need to be collecting to see how (and how well) our current efforts and innovations are working?
Join us for a workshop, cohosted with NYU Teaching and Learning with Technology, focused on practical approaches to improving teaching and course design using data. Share your experiences teaching your classes this (unusual) year, and learn some easy methods of using data to shape a potential improvement into a real plan.
This interactive workshop is for NYU faculty.