“What We Are Learning About Learning” is a podcast about teaching and learning in higher education. Through this resource, we hope to expand and share more broadly the conversations we’re having with students, faculty, and staff, and throw light on some of the most important issues and developments in higher education today.


S2 Episode 5, February 2022: In the Room and on Zoom—Concurrent Hybrid Teaching

During this pandemic, faculty and students alike have had to continually pivot between virtual and in-person learning. This has caused much stress — for students who have to miss class due to contraction or exposure and for faculty, who are struggling to find ways to teach students who cannot physically be there. One solution is for faculty to teach to students in person and over Zoom simultaneously. This can be daunting, but it really is doable! In this episode you’ll  hear from three faculty and one of their TAs who will share their insights about how to prepare, deliver, and problem-solve in the hybrid classroom.

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Links to Faculty/Staff Bios

  • Mark Carl Rom, PhD, Associate Professor of Government and Public Policy at the McCourt School of Public Policy and the Department of Government
  • Shannon Mooney, PhD, Senior Data Scientist and Linguist
  • Mimi Khúc, PhD, Instructor in Disability Studies at Georgetown University


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