Teaching Online

I, like most of you, will be teaching online for the rest of the semester. As part of my preparation, I read through the TUSH archive to steal ideas from some of our bloggers. Here’s a list of some of my favorite posts about teaching online.

Teaching US History Online: Some Reflections by Kevin Gannon

Katherine Jewell on teaching with podcasts 2015, 2017, and also see her current syllabus

Instagram of the Past: Engaging Online Students with Images by Katherine Jewell 

Lessons from Online Teaching by Brandy Thomas Wells

Reciprocal Visibility: Teaching U.S. History Online by Brandy Thomas Wells

Establishing & Maintaining Presence: Teaching U.S. History Online by Brandy Thomas Wells

The Pros and Cons of Teaching with Zoom by Anderson Hagler

Teaching Race, Native American Identity, and How to Construct a Historical Argument in an Online American History Survey Course from Cassie Clark

Social Reading and the Online Classroom (Part I and Part II) by Katherine Jewell
Two reflections on using Hypothesis. One from Justin Cerenzia and another from Erin Bartram

Using Facebook Live for Online Discussion Recaps by Katherine Jewell 

Gary Wilson on online exams and minimizing lecture 

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