September 02, 2021

Learning from remote instruction

Clockwise from top left: Alyssa Muzyk, Megan Robertson, Zoe Morris are the facilitators of the September 2 "LETS* Learn from Remote Instruction" workshop.

In Spring 2021, over 6,000 SFU undergraduates participated in SFU’s Learning Experiences Transition Survey (LETS). They were asked about their experiences during remote instruction—what worked for them, and what they could have done without. CEE analyzed the results and found that students’ experiences varied greatly; however, one common theme emerged: accessibility. In particular, students found changes like recorded lectures and remote office hours beneficial

SFU News recently interviewed I-Chant Chiang, director of Curriculum & Instruction Development (CID), and Zoe Morris, associate director of Educational Development about LETS and its findings. You can read the full story here.

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On Thursday, September 2, CEE will be hosting a workshop entitled “LETS* Learn from Remote Instruction: The Good, The Bad, and the Pets Who Interrupted Zoom Sessions” where the findings of LETS will be highlighted. Read more about the workshop here.”