College Of Ed Offers Resources For Educators
March 24, 2020
SHSU Media Contact: Hannah Haney
As Sam Houston State University continues to monitor COVID-19, the university and many other Texas institutions have transitioned from in-person instruction to a fully online environment. During this time, SHSU faculty and staff are working diligently to develop thoughtful solutions to all challenges while continuing to demonstrate their significant resiliency and adaptability.
As a means of addressing the sudden pivot to remote teaching, a comprehensive resource list for educators has been created to support teachers and professors.
Headed by Matthew Fuller, an associate professor in Higher Education Leadership for the College of Education, he saw creating the resource list as an opportunity for the college to offer their guidance, amplify their impact and support other educators in the process.
“I am offering to serve as a coach, guide or cheerleader for anyone facing this transition and to all teachers and professors across the state,” Fuller said. “I feel the need to help our schools and universities in their time of need. This is just another way SHSU can give back to our state’s educators.”
This list is maintained by the SHSU Center for Assessment, Research, and Educational Safety and is updated regularly.
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