The CVC offers a variety of events throughout the year which can be found on our calendar below. If you missed an event, many past events are available on-demand on our YouTube channel. Both self-paced and facilitated courses may be found in our course catalog.
NEW FOR SPRING 2022! Join the CVC and the Online Network of Educators (@ONE) for our Equitable Online Teaching workshop series featuring community college faculty from across the state.
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Addressing the Affective Domain in Online Learning: Strategies for a Post-AB705 Freshman Composition
May 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm PDT
As educators, we care about our students. But how do we translate that caring into active support within an online course? For a post-AB705 landscape, in transfer-level English and Math classes, a powerful strategy is to explicitly address the affective domain—that is, making students feel seen, heard, and respected, and foregrounding their cultures and diverse experiences through targeted activities. This sort of support, used within corequisite courses and other models, has been proven to help students persist and succeed in transfer-level classes for which they were previously deemed “unprepared.”
In this webinar, get concrete ideas for multidisciplinary online activities that address the affective domain —and share your own ideas!
Presenter Oceana Callum is a full-time member of the English faculty at Coastline College. In addition to teaching freshman composition, critical reasoning, and American literature, she is chair of the Crux Essay Contest and editor of StoryLine, the student literary magazine.