• Jason Kimball

    Video Producer/Editor

    Jason Kimball

    Jason Kimball has produced videos for BU Today and Bostonia online since 2015. After graduating from Bridgewater State University with a communications degree and a love of collaborative storytelling, Boston University was (and still is) his dream home. In his time here, Jason has worked alongside shark researchers, prosthetic eye sculptors, ship restorers, omelet makers, music festival founders, and so many more. Profile

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There are 13 comments on The Challenge of Remotely Teaching Classes That Usually Demand Hands-on Learning and Collaboration

  1. Professor Cassell is the most underrated at BU–His appetite for creating accessibility through the practice of movement is infectious and inspiring. My son constantly states how he is forever changed by the teachings of Mr. Cassell.

  2. What a delightful and inspiring video. Thanks to the instructors, the students, and the BU Today staff who contributed to help us see that the constraints today cannot prevent the creative and expressive arts from happening.

  3. This is wonderful! I love this, “art has a way of bringing people together.” Thank you for sharing. I want to take these classes!

  4. Tremendous adaptable teaching, especially for movement. Nothing can create an in body experience so desperately needed for physical expression and Professor Cassell found a wonderful approach to balance the importance of receiving and sharing. Bravo!

  5. This is some really impressive re-imagining of the possible when continuity seems impossible; I love the idea behind the transcontinental film project, and the overall energy and dedication of these two faculty members.

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