Ingenuity, grit carrying faculty through remote teaching

Nebraska logoCollege professor uses Kahoot! quizzes to make virtual classes a success

In nearly every facet of human life, the spread of COVID-19 caused a massive shift.

Among the first to be affected were educational institutions, and instructors at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln took on the challenge of moving to remote instruction with gusto.

To mark and appreciate an unprecedented semester, Nebraska Today checked in with faculty across campus to share what was successful, what was learned and how they’re approaching the future in the midst of a pandemic.

Amanda Morales | Education and Human Sciences

Morales also spent time making sure that the syllabus, assignment details and class expectations were consistent and clearly explained, as students would be doing more independent work than originally planned. Morales relied on a variety of delivery methods for class, including recorded Zoom sessions, interactive Google slides, VidGrid, discussion boards, Kahoot!, and other functions within Canvas.

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