We are just days away from the beginning of the semester for college and university students. How will things be different during this pandemic?
This summer has been a bit of a learning curve for college and university teachers who have to deliver a curriculum yet do it in a safe way. Colleges and universities are shifting to more of an online model with a few options for smaller in person learning. In the US, some universities returned to class only to shut down due to outbreaks of COVID. How will teachers and students adapt?
As with this pandemic, we are learning a new way to do things. Of course, those at the heart of the issue are the students. Many saw their last semester go up in flames when the pandemic first arrived. Now, that the September semester is here, it will be a different look for many.
Professor of Law and Medicine at University of Ottawahttps://commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/people/attaran-amir
President at Canadian Association of University Teachershttps://www.caut.ca/bulletin/2019/05/interview-brenda-austin-smith
Chair at Canadian Association of Student Associationshttps://www.casa-acae.com/bryn_de_chastelain
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