Teaching and Learning

The Pandemic Broke Our Teaching: Now, What?

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Submitted by Stephanie Didsbury on February 10, 2021 - 11:36am

A Zoomside Chat, hosted by CIEL

A lot has changed in the world of teaching and learning over the past few months. Some of us have been energized by this new reality. Others can’t wait to get back to how things were before. One critical question is,  “CAN we go back to what was before?” Now that we’ve exploded the traditional model, what are the opportunities to rethink teaching and learning, even as we return to the physical classroom?

Zoom Best Practices Studio

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Submitted by Stephanie Didsbury on December 9, 2020 - 3:41pm

Are you looking for ways to maximize students’ learning from one another? Want to build a greater sense of community and connection into your class? Interested in streamlined ways to help students one-on-one or in small groups using Zoom? Then this studio is for you!

A “studio” is a small group discussion, hosted by CIEL, in which faculty bring their own cases to share and co-analyze. Come with a question, an issue, or a problem. We’ll put it before the group and generate as many ideas as we can.

Zoom - Etiquette and Best Practices for Student Learning

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Submitted by Stephanie Didsbury on December 9, 2020 - 3:36pm

Zoom was designed for business meetings, but it has now become one of the main ways “face to face” contact is accomplished in higher education.  Which of its tools are most useful for student learning?  How do you best set up Zoom sessions that run smoothly for you and for students?  Join us for this “nuts and bolts” session about the Zoom tool at its best when used for teaching and learning. 

Date: Thursday, January 14, 10:30 - 11:30 am

Zoom - Etiquette and Best Practices for Student Learning

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Submitted by Stephanie Didsbury on December 9, 2020 - 3:32pm

Zoom was designed for business meetings, but it has now become one of the main ways “face to face” contact is accomplished in higher education.  Which of its tools are most useful for student learning?  How do you best set up Zoom sessions that run smoothly for you and for students?  Join us for this “nuts and bolts” session about the Zoom tool at its best when used for teaching and learning. 

Date: Tuesday, January 5, 3:00 - 4:00 pm