More than 1,200 instructors, teaching fellows, and academic support staff worked with the Poorvu Center to prepare for the 2020-2021 academic year. We invite you to continue engaging with the Center throughout the 2021-2022 year as we transition back to in-person teaching and learning.
Fall 2021 Course Support
The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning is ready to support Yale instructors as we transition back to in-person teaching and learning for the Fall 2021 semester. This page outlines teaching practices that Yale students and instructors found particularly effective during remote teaching, as well as Poorvu Center consultations, programs and events to support your instruction.
FAS Task Force Recommendations
To plan for the 2020-21 academic year, task forces were formed by the Yale Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) to provide guidance for Yale instructors for remote teaching and learning. You may view the full directory of recommendations from FAS Task Forces here. Much of this guidance (e.g. recommendations for recording classes) are still relevant during this transitional period back to in-person teaching.