I gave this talk in the summer of 2021 to Wesleyan University faculty who were gearing up to teach remotely, often for the first time because of the COVID pandemic.

My goal for this talk was to get the audience to think about the remote teaching they were about to do as simply a shift in thinking about what work they were asking students to synchronously or asynchronously (see slides #16 – 18). I also really wanted to emphasize education as a design problem (see the Jose Bowen quotes on slide #21).