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10.26.20 A How-To Guide to ‘Cameras On’

We’ve written before on this site about how ‘cameras on’ can be transformative in online teaching. Classrooms are most inclusive when they make as many students as possible to feel seen–literally and figuratively. That said getting cameras on isn’t always easy. TLAC Team members Jen Rugani & Dillon Fisher spent some time thinking about this challenge…

10.04.20 Cameras On: A Response to the Outrage

A week or so ago I posted a tweet that argued that having ‘cameras on’ should be the norm in classrooms. My point was that students need to be actively engaged in order to learn, and that people don’t participate fully and actively when their community is a series of blank screens representing people they can’t…