by Abigail Noyce, Carnegie Mellon University
As we move into the Fall, encouraging your students to think through their plan for academic success can be especially useful. This assignment from Abigail Noyce at Carnegie Mellon University is an excellent example of one way to require students to engage in the course at the beginning of the semester and intentionally to make a plan.
Remote Learning Success Plan Assignment
- We're likely to do a lot of small-group remote work; this is easier when people have their video on. Is your coursework space one where sharing the background will feel okay?
- Can you make small changes (like hanging a blanket or sheet) to help? Will you need to find extra time to make sure you're dressed enough for class?