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Webinar: Graduate Student Support: An Open Forum for Discussion

This session is an open forum for faculty and lecturers to share their experiences and challenges with supervising graduate students and supporting virtual graduate classes and programs during COVID-19. This session will host three breakout rooms. We invite you to share your experiences, challenges, and best practices with: Staying connected with graduate students virtually Helping graduate students pivot their research Supporting virtual graduate classes These breakout sessions will not be recorded to facilitate an...

Webinar: Strategies for Community Engaged Teaching and Learning in Remote Learning Environments

Community Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL) meaningfully integrates and aligns community-identified priorities and course learning outcomes. Many mutually beneficial partnerships exist between faculty, students, and community, but what does meaningful CETL look like as we transition to remote learning environments? How do we make the most of remote learning to support collaborative partnerships in CETL with attention to student learning and engagement as well as ethical and sustainable community connections? By the end of this session, participants will: Examine key...

Webinar: Tools for Providing Meaningful (and quick!) Feedback to Students

Educational research demonstrates providing meaningful feedback to students has a positive impact on their learning and development (Ambrose et al., 2010). From an instructor’s perspective, providing students with feedback can often be time consuming, feel repetitive, and often times may feel as if students do not make use of the feedback. As a result, it is challenging to strike a balance between workload and supporting students, particularly in remote learning environments. In this session, participants will be provided with instructional tools and strategies for providing...

Webinar: Teaching and Learning in a Virtual Classroom Setting

With the start of the fall semester just around the corner, we know instructors have been busy preparing and planning how to deliver their courses. There are several virtual teaching tools and strategies available, and we want to provide you with an opportunity to dive deeper into how you may consider establishing a virtual learning community this fall. This session will explore topics and tools related to teaching and learning in a virtual classroom, including: Strategies for remote delivery in multiple formats (e.g. asynchronous, synchronous) Processes for...

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