Teaching during a pandemic: a longitudinal study

In a recent blog, Tony Bates pointed us to the nineteenth report in a growing series of Research reports on Covid-19 and emergency remote learning/online learning focused largely on North America. The goal of this study was to examine the nature and magnitude of the changes in teaching and learning over the course of the pandemic from faculty and academic administrators’ points of view. The authors concluded that “The experiences of 2020 will likely have far-reaching impacts on higher education. The post-pandemic institution and classroom may not immediately look or function in radically different ways. Still, pandemic-driven effects will reach far, impacting some institutions and some instructional activities more than others.” Check out the full report here..