Online Course Expo

Thursday, March 23, 2023 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm | Zoom

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Presenters
Judy Anderson (Ethnic and Race Studies), Quentin Angus (Music and Art), Celeste Conway (English), Tim Leonard (Academic Literacy and Linguistics), Jamie Joseph (Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice), Susan Licwinko (Mathematics), Tali Noimann (English), Patrizia Comello Perry (Modern Languages)

Description
Head to our Zoom breakout rooms for faculty-led tours of remote course interactions on a variety of platforms. Part of Open Teaching Week. Register here and you will receive a Zoom link via email. For more information, email CETLS.

 

Room 1 – Tim Leonard / Quentin Angus

Course

Platform(s)

Approaches to teaching and learning

ACL 195 –
Literacy, Development, and Social Justice
Blackboard, Google Docs, Perusall, Remind Constructivism, Emphasis on the learning community, Technology to Create Connections, Multiple pathways
MUS 109 –
Bebop to Hip-Hop (Writing Intensive)
Blackboard, Youtube, Alexander Street, etc Asynchronous OER/ZTC, Culturally relevant, anti-racist pedagogy, scaffolding, informal & formal writing assignments, class interaction and engagement

Room 2 – Celeste Conway /Susan Licwinko

Course

Platform(s)

Approaches to teaching and learning

ENG 201 –
Introduction to Literature
Blackboard, OpenLab, Youtube, WeVideo Asynchronous OER/ZTC course; open pedagogy with discussion boards shared between two sections of the course; process and revision-focused; one main writing project scaffolded over the course of the semester
MAT 100 –
Fundamentals of Mathematics
Blackboard OER/ZTC, active participation to create sense of community, real-world applications to address “why do we need to learn this?”

 Room 3 – Tali Noimann / Judy Anderson

Course

Platform(s)

Approaches to teaching and learning

ENG 334 –
Children’s Literature
Blackboard, Zoom and Google Docs I have been leaning into student agency and choice, adopting a learning model (rather than a performance model) through a growth mindset and game-based ungrading.
AFN 128 –
Black Women in the Americas and the Caribbean
Zoom, Remind, Blackboard discussion board, tests ZTC, Culturally relevant, trauma-informed, anti-racist pedagogy, students help present course material

Room 6 – Jamie Joseph / Patrizia Comello Perry

Course

Platform(s)

Approaches to teaching and learning

PSY 255 –
Cognitive Psychology
Remind, Padlet, Blackboard, YouTube, Project Implicit, Psytoolkit.org, HappyNeuronPro worksheets 1) internalizing topic value with identity, 2) flexible model, 3) deliberate practice, 4) growth mindset, 5) flipped classroom, 6) career applications, and 7) in-class collaboration.
ITL 106 –
Elementary Italian II
Blackboard, YouTube open forum, addressing stereotypes, intercultural communication, creative scaffolding for midterm project

 

 

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