Posts Tagged humanizing

Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning (21SP-HUM-3)

Apr 5 – May 2, 2021 3.0 credits Description Are you looking for the secret sauce for building community and fostering meaningful student-student interactions? Well, you’ve found it. Research shows that online students are more invested in a class when they have an instructor who cares about

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Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning (21SP-HUM-2)

Mar 29 – Apr 25, 2021 3.0 credits Description Are you looking for the secret sauce for building community and fostering meaningful student-student interactions? Well, you’ve found it. Research shows that online students are more invested in a class when they have an instructor who cares about

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Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning (21SP-HUM-1)

Feb 1 – Feb 28, 2021 3.0 credits Description Are you looking for the secret sauce for building community and fostering meaningful student-student interactions? Well, you’ve found it. Research shows that online students are more invested in a class when they have an instructor who cares about

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Humanizing Pre-Course Contact with a Liquid Syllabus

The weeks and days leading up to the start of a new term are filled with anxiety and nerves for many students. This term, your students will have even more questions about what to expect and how to get started. An equity-minded strategy to improve these barriers

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Practicing Radical Love: Breaking Down Instructor-Student Hierarchies

Presenter: Fabiola Torres, Glendale College Do you think humanizing an online course takes a lot of work? Well, it does. But it takes radical love to break down instructor-student hierarchies. Fabiola will share examples of brief, imperfect, captioned videos that help students sense there is a caring

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Sending Cues of Trust Online

What cues does your online course send to your students? Join Michelle Pacansky-Brock for a fireside chat with Maritez Apigo and Jennifer Ortiz about why cultivating trust in an online course is foundational to supporting our racially and culturally diverse students, especially in times of trauma. Do

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The Anatomy of Learning: Leveraging Relationships to Inspire Engagement & Rigor

To navigate through these unknown and traumatic times, educators must be knowledgeable about how learning happens (and why it often does not). Recognizing the affective and cognitive dimensions of learning illuminates the need to understand our students as humans with rich, complicated stories and foster positive instructor-student

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Humanizing Pre-Course Contact with a Liquid Syllabus

Speaker: Michelle Pacansky-Brock The weeks and days leading up to the start of a new term are filled with anxiety and nerves for many students. This term, your students will have even more questions about what to expect and how to get started. An equity-minded strategy to

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Practicing Radical Love: Breaking Down Instructor-Student Hierarchies

Speaker: Fabiola Torres, Glendale Community College Fabiola will share examples of brief, imperfect, captioned videos that break down the instructor-student hierarchy and encourage students to lean in. We will also consider the important topic of managing your public digital identity when using instructional videos. You’ll see videos

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Taking Off Our Emotional Armor: Reflections From First-time Online Instructors

Speakers: Dayamudra Dennehy, City College of San Francisco, Gayathri Manikandan, Compton College, and Michelle Pacansky-Brock, CVC-OEI/@ONE Join us for a heart-to-heart conversation about teaching online for the first time. Dayamudra and Gayathri will share their successes and candidly reflect on how leaning into vulnerability resulted in professional

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