Jeannie Suk Gersen on Remote Learning
Jeannie Suk Gersen of Harvard Law School was recently interviewed by Harvard Law Today and featured in The Harvard Gazette. She shared her thoughts on the benefits of teaching and learning through Zoom in light of the school’s decision to switch to remote learning for the remainder of the semester in response to mounting COVID-19 concerns.
In the piece, “How the Socratic method translates online: Law School professor makes a case for Zoom,” Professor Gersen, who had never taught remotely before this experience, explains how she began preparing to move her class of 115 students in online. She discusses the overall response from the students and how her use of the Socratic method in the classroom translated to an online platform.
Professor Gersen also shared her advice for maintaining a healthy work-life balance during this difficult time.
Read the full piece here.
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