There is a range of contextualization, perhaps from one small stakes assignment to a fully integrated LC, and other models like a project across multiple classes. This workshop will include whole-group interactive work related to contextualization in general and small group work to begin the process of contextualizing part or all your course for a FOI.
This keynote seeks to address the urgency of adopting social justice practices in open education and strategies on how to do this.
Jasmine Roberts is a lecturer in the School of Communication at the Ohio State University, where she teaches in the areas of public relations writing, digital activism and campaign strategy. Roberts’ advocacy work centers on the experiences of people of color, women and queer communities.
Along with her communication expertise, Roberts is also a renowned open education leader. She has delivered numerous keynote presentations across the country on the topics of inclusion in open education. She is the author of the highly-rated, openly-licensed book "Writing for Strategic Communication Industries".
In her spare time, she loves to connect with her green babies (52 plants total), fur babies (2 dogs), and loving fiancé.
respondus lockdown webinars
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The CTLA will provide a follow-up Q&A on Tuesday, January 19th from 11:30AM -12:15PM and again on Thursday
CGCC Virtual Convocation Part 2
Bypassing the Screen to Connect with the Heart
with Keynote, Alejandor Vilchez
Participants will walk away with the following:
A case for building and strengthening classroom connection
Practical activities to initiate classroom conversation
Tips for preventing and addressing challenging behaviors
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LOL @Faculty Convocation Encore
Survival Tips for Teaching Live Online
Self-Care for Faculty During Distance Learning
with Keynote, Dori DiPietro
January 12, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Despite the endless preparation, last semester was tough for many of us. Whether it was compassion fatigue with our students, transitioning ourselves or our children to online classes, or coping with uncertainty and current events educators played an essential role. As we prepare for another semester learn some self-care strategies for faculty during distance learning with guest speaker, Dori DiPietro. Dori DiPetrio from MCC will offer strategies for Self-Care for Faculty During Distance Learning.
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The events featured on this page are for MCCCD faculty brought to you by the faculty development committee, SLOAC, and the CTLA.