In the fall edition of Forum, which explores the theme of revelation, essayist and teacher Derek Furr reflects on what he's learned about the challenges and opportunities of teaching online classes during the pandemic. "I find myself in a perpetual state of uncertainty about a practice that has defined much of my life," he writes. If you missed Furr's essay, you can read it here.
Have you taken a class online this year? If so, what did you like and dislike about the experience? Was this a first-time experience for you? What did you learn about this format?
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