COP - Connecting with Students - Shared screen with speaker view
What are some of the ways in which we are allowing students to run the learning and feedback portion of our courses or might adapt those things to allow students to be more closely at the center of the power?What are some of the ways in which we might de-center ourselves from the power of that learning and feedback loop in our classes or in feedback loop? Or ways in which we might adapt things we are doing to provide a more collaborative approach?
Thanks, Alex, Dan, Rob, and Adrien! I have to run for individual conferences with my studnets. :-)
I , too, have to head out. Thank you all!
Thanks everyone! I have a feral child hanging off of me, so I’m out!
1)Think about the stuff you have accumulated so far in your life. How did you acquire them? How much of it took hard work? How much of it was luck? How much help did you have from others? Considering what was said regarding the causes for student anxiety, how might the narratives you have created for yourself be helping or hurting your students? 2) Consider the COP which focused on Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) and SODA (Stop, Observe, Detach, Awaken). What techniques do you already have in place in your classroom to address CRT issues? How might those techniques be modified to also include the treatment of your students in poverty?
To be thinking about… What are emotions that instructors are feeling during this transition? How might those emotions impact the way we interact with students? What are some strategies we can use to address our own emotions?
To be thinking about… In what ways may students feel out of control right now? What areas of your course have “choice” built into them already? Is there another area where choice can be added? What opportunities for student-student interaction do you have in your online environment? How can you add 1 more opportunity for students to connect in the next week or unit?
I have to head out to a department meeting at another college. Thanks for a great workshop! :)
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this was great! good job, everyone
It was very informative, thank you very much!
Bye all! Great session!
Good bye everyone
From: Bianca. I need to go. Thank you so much. I miss you all
Great session! Thank you all so much. I look forward to the next one.