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ASU Remote 2020: Consistency, Clarity, and Convenience

The three C’s to increase the Number of A’s and B’s when Teaching Large Lecture Sections of General Chemistry Remotely

Kassy Mies of Colorado State University and Nisha Sridharan of Arizona State University discuss lessons learned in setting up a remote course structure with the intention of maximizing student engagement, equity, and flexibility, while maintaining academic rigor and integrity.

This video is from the Remote Summit 2020.

Recommended citation:

Kassy Mies, K. and Sridharan, N. (2020, July 14) Consistency, Clarity, and Convenience: Three C’s to increase the Number of A’s and B’s when Teaching Large Lecture Sections of General Chemistry Remotely [Video] ASU Remote Summit.

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