Teaching Stories

UW–Madison instructors have been investing great thought and effort into making their virtual classrooms engaging, inclusive and supportive. We asked a cross-section of them to reflect on their remote classes and to share, in particular, how they’ve worked to build a strong sense of community among students. In many cases, instructors say they’ve learned new approaches that will enrich their in-person teaching when campus is fully open again.

We’ll post more stories from instructors throughout the spring semester, so please check back regularly. If you’d like to pass along an approach that’s worked for you or have a suggestion for an instructor we might want to reach out to, please contact us at instructionalcontinuity@provost.wisc.edu.