Back to School: Resources for an Uncertain Time
Colleges and universities everywhere are grappling with how to teach in fall of 2020. Courses are being offered in online, in-person, and hybrid formats, and many instructors find themselves having to change their formats just weeks before the start of the term. Fortunately, contributors to EIX and familybusiness.org have offered advice and tools that can help instructors adapt to the changing demands they face. We've assembled below a list of some of the key teaching resources you might like to know about.
Effective Online Teaching
We've all heard of Zoom by now. But have you heard of Slack, Calendly or Airtable?
Done right, online teaching can actually help students engage more with their professors and one another.
If you’re still struggling with remote work, check out these best practices from Northeastern University professor Jay Mulki.
Advice from your peers about what works.
More tips that are easy to implement, from familybusiness.org board members
Classroom Activities and Resources
Here are examples of videos and case studies that can be used as the basis for student reflections or discussions, as well as teaching tools that can be incorporated into online coursework.
This large collection of teaching exercises can work both in the traditional classroom and online.
These are challenging times for family businesses. These videos share best practices that help business owners and people who teach family business courses weather the crisis and manage what comes next.