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S2 Episode 4. January 2022: Tips for Making the Most of the Spring Semester

This two-part episode features conversations among faculty at Georgetown University about some of the most pressing challenges they faced while teaching during the Fall 2021 semester. Part I features three faculty who discuss ways in which they fostered inclusivity and equity in their classes by leveraging technology and other strategies. In Part II, five faculty share assessment strategies that they used for reducing student stress and anxiety among their students.

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Part II:

  • Dr. Karen Shaup, Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of English and Adjunct Faculty in the Writing Program
  • Dr. MC Chan, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Biology
  • Mokoto Omori, Assistant Teaching Professor in the  Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Kumi Sato, Assistant Teaching Professor in the  Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Dr. Yoshiko Mori, Associate Professor in the  Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures

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