Posts Tagged online teaching

2 Powerful Tools to Humanize Your Online Course with Video

Screencast-o-matic is a simple-to-use video recording/editing tool. Studio is a Canvas integration that turns passive viewing into active engagement. Pair the two together and you’ve got the power to create dynamic interactive learning experiences that capture—and hold—your students’ attention (with assessment built right in!). In this webinar,

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Student Services and the CVC Exchange

The CVC Exchange is an innovative tool that allows students currently enrolled in a California Community College to instantly enroll in online courses offered at eligible colleges without filling out a separate application. Student services personnel are key to the success of the project, which reduces students’

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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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PD Think Tank

Hosted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock and Lené Whitley-Putz Register here https://cccconfer.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcud-6grT0tHNM2hvfjln8mSVughP53-8uC Do you support professional development for online teaching on your campus? If so, join your CCC colleagues for this supportive meeting of the minds to share creative approaches that are working on your campus in this time

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Online Art Think Tank

Hosted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock and Hilary Gomes Register here: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0qde-rrDIpGNXZlkc77xCjeObmyiBfpBeY Are you teaching studio art or/and art history lecture courses online? If so, join your CCC colleagues for this supportive meeting of the minds to share strategies that are working and untangle sticky problems that need improvement.

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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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