Resilient Teaching and Learning
If there is one thing that we’ve learned from COVID-19 it’s that we need to be ready to pivot our teaching at a moment’s notice. We need to be resilient. “Resilient teaching” refers to adaptive behaviors used to develop a course for maximum flexibility. The phrase takes its lead from Inside Higher Ed, where researchers have been identifying key strategies that empower teachers to face shifting learning environments. 1
The components of resilient teaching (below) are not in a particular order or hierarchy. Each is independent and equally important to the other. They are suggestions as you create a definitive plan that will help you to thrive, not just survive, in the face of any change.