New Perspectives on Inclusive Teaching - Shared screen with speaker view
Ugh... I'm at the office and they are doing a fire alarm check.
Hello all...Reta Chaffee here. I'm the Director of Educational Technology at Granite State College.
Margaret Smith, Keene State College, Professor/Public Health-Addictions and Pre-Professional Mental Health Option, the workshop sounded awesome!! oops forgot to send this to attendees
NDSCS in south
Hi I am an instructor with the School of Education at Granite State College
Hi all! I'm Learning Technologies Librarian Brittni Ballard. I joined Towson University in summer 2019.
I am Tammy Carnevale at Granite State College, I am the student support coordinator for the school of education, field placement faculty, and an instructor. I am here to learn about inclusion, an important concept to me.
Svetlana Peshkova, UNH, Associate Pr. Anthropology. Teaching courses in Anthropology and Women’s and Gender Studies, Coordinating Native American and Indigenous Studies Minor. A part of the cohort in Open Education at UNH this academic year
East ND; faculty
Hello all. Mike McIntire, Learning Architect at University of New Hampshire where I've been since 2003.
Alicia Medros here from UNH. I am a Director of Academic Technology and UNH Online. I am here to support my great team delivering this webinar and remind myself on the ways we can all be more inclusive
Hi! I'm Andy Ziehm. I'm an OD Prgm Mgr and also adjunct faculty for Dallas College. -- here to learn more about how to be more inclusive in my PD courses as well as my academic course
Hi Everyone! I am Susan Bradley. I am a GSC LD FPF, Instructor, and Co-Lead Faculty.
incorporating all in teaching and learning
Universal Design...anticipating all learning styles from the git go
Including all at their ability level with accommodations/modifications to level the "playing field"
acknowledging and addressing the individual differences of all
considering all perspectives and connecting with all different aspects of the humans in our courses
capability and comfort to participate in learning in whatever ways you want
making the classroom accessible and available to all students and allowing equal learning opporutnity
E.g., including students in thinking about teaching in the class, class resources, etc.
What are some ways to engage students in this potentially difficult dialog?
Do we have access to the course or did I miss that?
It is an open, self-paced course. Go here: tinyurl.com/unh-inclusive
Can you add it to the chat
Yes please add to chat
I don’t have access to the course?
Direct link to interactions survey: https://unh.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8xntmckp00T0Np3
Click on the direct survey in the chat
Has everyone been able to access the survey?
I’m sorry, how does one access the course? via canvas or just “online”
done, but didn't comment on group work, because I do all online and often no group work.
The course is here, it is open: tinyurl.com/unh-inclusive
I like that the survey has suggestions for improvements
Interesting point, Tammy. When course is 100% online...knowing how to create a diverse group may be challenging.
This semester, since we moved online, after in-class training before the online instruction, I introduced Zoom and now students in the groups in the class use it themselves to interact with each other
Good questions in the survey, tkank you for good arrangement :)
Its great that students are using Zoom on their own!
As you watch, think about how you’ve adapted your teaching…
continue different assignments, videos, papers, etc. so there is a variety
I like that, Dennis. Keep it human.
Adjusting assignments so they can be completed wherever students are…using their local surroundings...
student input on what we do, when and how we meet virtually, choice in how they hand in things
be yourself.. if your dog jumps up on your lamp during the lecture... show them off
lap not lamp!! LOL
Asynchronous so that all students can access the material
Giving students time for talking and showing their struggles.
adjusting assignments to meet the new individual needs of students and what is going on in their lives and yet at the same time trying to keep the integrity of the course
I do teach online at GSC fortunately we have small classes. I cannot image 200 students! We begin the course with getting to know students, introductions, survey. Because our courses are no larger than 25, it is easier to personalize in the moment.
I like Svenning’s point on caring! Showing that we all care for each other!
Very flexible deadlines
My son's charter school has surveyed all the students to find out who did not have their own Chromebook and who did not have internet access. They were able to provide both to those who did not have one or both.
that’s great, Geri
Holding virtual office hours
Recording lectures for those who have challenges connecting at class time…
I’ve started a blog about my journey through covid & I’m sharing that with students. I teach writing, so it fits with our goals/objectives.
Build the quiz into the learning platform and they have a week to do it.
Excellent idea, Sybil
Virtual Lounge Discussion forum where they can talk about anything
Yes, good to give time Poula, agree recording lectures
Thank you all! I have another meeting in 2 min. Hope to see the recording soon!
THANK YOU and everyone take good care!
A recording of this (including the chat) will be available no later than Monday morning. You will receive an email with a link to the recording and it will also be posted on the USNH AT Website. https://at.usnh.edu/ati-2019-20-webinar-series There will also be a list of all the links/URLS mentioned today.
Great information & resources. Lots to think about
You are all very welcome!! Please say safe and healthy
Thank you, Good luck everyone!