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What is Resilient Teaching?

Resilient teaching responds to the changing contexts in which learning takes place and incorporates approaches to course design that consider the needs of students, evidence-based practices, and asset-based pedagogies (including trauma-informed pedagogy, culturally sustaining pedagogy, and universal design for learning). Resilient teaching also prioritizes pedagogical choices that begin with our desired learning outcomes and then lead us to choices about technology and tools.

Additional perspectives on resilient teaching

Imagining a Resilient Pedagogy

Preparing for Future Disruption: Hybrid, Resilient Teaching for a New Instructional Age