Implementing active learning pedagogies online tends to take longer than it did in person, so you may want to consider decreasing or reorganizing your course content to preserve your ability to use learner-centred activities when teaching remotely this fall.
The authors of this month’s Interesting read offer three evidence-based strategies to help guide instructors as they make revisions to course content. They also provide examples of actions you can take to implement these strategies so that your students can continue to meaningfully engage with the course material when learning remotely this fall.
Petersen, C.I., Baepler, P., Beitz, A., Ching, P., Gorman, K.S., Neudauer, C.L., Rozaitis, W., Walker, J.D., & Wingert, D. (2020). The Tyranny of Content: “Content Coverage” as a Barrier to Evidence-Based Teaching Approaches and Ways to Overcome It. CBE – Life Sciences Education, 19:ar17, 1–1. https://www.lifescied.org/doi/full/10.1187/cbe.19-04-0079