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Engage Your Students

Creating regular opportunities for students to interact with you, your course content, and with each other can keep students actively engaged throughout the quarter. To identify potential learning activities for your course, consider the kinds of interaction that will contribute to a deeper understanding of the instructional material, give learners the opportunity to practice key skills or methods, engage learners in collaborating with their peers, and improve their skills through helpful feedback from the instructional team.


Establish meaningful connections and regular communication with students in the remote classroom.

Build Connection


Encourage students to actively engage in both synchronous and asynchronous courses.

Encourage participation

Incorporate TAs + IAs

TAs + IAs can play a large role in creating community and supporting students in a remote course. See the strategies for integrating TAs + IAs into your course, and learn

Tips for integrating TAs/IAs