This story was written in partnership with the Office of Digital Learning at Teachers College, Columbia University
To begin, we established a few think-tank working meetings to try to articulate what we do to design in-person learning, what could translate directly, and what would need to be transformed. At first, we were overwhelmed. How would we hold small group discussions, or group work in an online, asynchronous course? First we had to accept that some things wouldn’t translate directly from in-person, to online. Which meant we needed to find an alternative approach to reach our desired outcome. This is when everything shifted.
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