This section links to guides, policies, and resources for teaching at Johns Hopkins. Some are specific to the Homewood campus, others will be relevant to all instructors.
- How to maintain your teaching obligation during campus closure
- Strategies to consider for teaching if you must miss a class
- Who to contact for help
- General strategies for online test and exams
- Alternatives to test and exams
- Best practice for what to include in your survey
- Example survey questions
- Review example template to be repurposed
- Course content and students will likely need to be adapted for the remote environment.
- Suggestions on Content Delivery, Interaction, Learning Activities, and Assessments.
- Planning an Engaged Remote Classroom
- Student Input and Feedback
- Asynchronous Engagement Strategies
- Active Learning During Class
- Building in Reflective Discussion
Universal Instructional Design is not just about accessibility for persons with a disability, but considers the needs of all learners.
A quick guide to what an OER is and what to consider when using them or creating one for your course.
A list of questions to consider to guide the creation of successful video lectures.
Questions to consider when determining the scope and logistics for a digital assignment.
Establishing ground rules can help keep classroom dialogue respectful; consider involving students in the process of creating the rules.
- Considerations for Common Instructional Media Formats
- Built-In and Supplemental Resources
- Training Opportunities
- Building A Culture Around Accessibility
- Guidelines for instructors
- Procedures and polices for students and faculty regarding disabilities
- Services for students with disabilities
This page provides strategies to make your course more inclusive and equitable. Please email questions or strategies you would like to share to email@example.com.
A downloadable set of cards to use during the course planning process or to rethink how you might approach new ideas in your current course.
- Improve your presentation skills
- Structure your narrative appropriately
- Design with professional polish
- Create narrated slideshows for practice
- Links to image collections
- Guides on how to use images in your teaching
- Links to copyright resources
This document provides an overview of the Homewood Institutional Review Board (HIRB) application process for an educational research study.
A link to the JHU web pages containing policies and procedures for undergraduates in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering.
A link to the JHU web pages pertaining to Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow policies and procedures for academic integrity and research misconduct.