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EIU Faculty Development and Innovation Center

Recommended Best Practices
for Flexible Teaching

The Faculty Development and Innovation Center (FDIC) wants to help instructors create and maintain a high-quality learning experience, even as federal, state, and university guidelines seek to keep us safe. This means that the following recommendations prioritize active and collaborative learning experiences and practical activities that are important for student learning, while meeting current recommendations for physical distancing.


The FDIC has prepared best practices for four different modalities to help you create and revise your courses. Please select an image below to go to the corresponding modality page:

Asynchronous teachingSynchronous teaching  

Socially distanced face-to-face teaching  Mixed modalities

Additional Resources:

Instructional Design Support

For instructional design support, contact:

Julie Lockett, Director of Learning Innovation or schedule a meeting 

Technology Support

For technology support, contact your Instructional Support Specialist (ISS) or  

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Contact Information

Dr. Michael Gillespie, Director, FDIC


Julie Lockett, Director of Learning Innovation


Kim Ervin
Instructional Designer


Faculty Development and Innovation Center

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