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Inside the Fall 2020 classroom

This episode is about life inside the classroom in the fall 2020 semester, told from the perspective of ASU faculty. They will be teaching both in-person and in the ASU Sync modality.

We want to explore what that means to the student and his/her educational experience. We have set this up as a large group discussion. Success will be in its authenticity and its informality — we want audiences to understand that we have dedicated faculty working hard to ensure that learning continues at a high level. They have. It will.

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