Whether or not your Fall starts online, it is almost certain that your Fall will finish online. As more colleges announce shifts online last week, Inside Higher Ed wrote:
“Colleges and universities [are] conceding that previously announced plans to resume in-person learning are no longer feasible.”
Between the social nature of students, the continuing spread of COVID, and the steps our schools will need to take once students start testing positive, it’s increasingly likely classes in the US will end up online this Fall.
To help with your preparation, we’ve published an extremely flexible sample syllabus you can customize for just about any learning environment:
Whether your class ends up:
- Online synchronous
- Online asynchronous
…or transitions between them, the sample syllabus will show you how to design an engaging and structured course for Fall.
Comprehensive Online Curriculum
In addition to the sample syllabus, you’ll get a preview of the checklist all of our Experiential Entrepreneurship Curriculum (ExEC) instructors use to prepare their courses.
For more details on using ExEC this Fall, request a full preview of ExEC.
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Missed Our Recent Articles?
Whether you are new to our community of entrepreneurship educators, or you’ve been contributing for years, we wanted to give you a list of the posts our community finds most valuable:
- Fall: It’s Not If You Teach Online. It’s When. The first thing you need to do for Fall, no matter what your administration is saying, is fully commit to teaching online.
- Consistently Teaching with Adjuncts. The hardest part about coordinating classes taught by adjuncts is delivering a consistent experience when multiple instructors teach the same course.
- Combine your Slides and Webcam. When students can see your face, they can read your non-verbal cues to see how passionate you are and how important a subject is.
- 10 Free Tools for Increasing Student Engagement Online. This past spring was a painful experience of online student disengagement. Don’t let that happen this fall!