Making online teaching less painful

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Keep the deadlines but remove the penalties

Consider eliminating timed assignments

Treat cheating differently

Convert some assignments to automatic points

Be available but ease off the synchronous stuff

Tame the Learning Management System

Don’t expect close reading

Caring more may mean doing less

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Lisa teaches history at community college, writes fiction, and blogs about history and teaching online.

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