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Fall 2020 Enhancement Day

Concurrent Sessions

A How-to Guide on Welcoming International Voices into the Classroom During the Pandemic

Description: This session introduces global education as a key initiative for faculty to supplement their existing syllabi, regardless of modality, through international collaboration and use of technology.
Facilitators: Anya Russom, Study Away Coordinator and Lynn Goerdt, Associate Professor, Social Work and Global Awareness Coordinator
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/99745093543
Tags: High Impact Practice, Globalizing Your Classroom, Teaching During COVID-19

 

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Explaining Scholarship as Conversation

Description: This session will focus on the knowledge practices associated with scholarship as a conversation among scholars. We will discuss the knowledge practices associated with this frame from the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy, the current gold standard for information literacy in the classroom.
Facilitator: Stephanie Warden, Assistant Director, CLIC/Jim Dan Hill Library
Zoom link:https://uwsuper.zoom.us/s/96644490816
Tags: High Impact Practice, Globalizing Your Classroom, Teaching During COVID-19

 

Teaching Antiracism in the Economics Classroom (And Yours Too)

Description: This session will present ideas on why/how to include and teach antiracism and discrimination through the lens of Dr. Praopan Pratoomchat’s Economics class. In addition to reasons why we need to include antiracism in the classroom, two approaches: through pedagogy and within course contents.
Facilitator: Praopan Pratoomchat, Assistant Professor, Economics
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/98780364540
 Tags: Antiracism, Engaged Teaching and Learning

 

The Politics of Zoom: Student Engagement, Privacy, and Our Culture of Care

Description: In considering students’ privacy and their choice not to appear on screen, questions arise for instructors who are seeking to engage students in live, synchronous class meetings. This session will offer information and options for privacy on Zoom, while considering creative means for active teaching and learning.
Facilitator: Kristi Shaw Reitz, Senior Lecturer, Department of Education
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/96855640923

Tags: Teaching and Learning During COVID-19, Engaged Teaching and Learning

 

Collaborate Ultra and Zoom: The Tools and their Differences

Facilitators: Tom Reed, Senior Lecturer, Business and Business Law and Jodie Riek, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
Description: This session will feature a comparative demonstration and explanation of the two tools. Follow-up sessions with either Zoom (Jodie) or Collaborate Ultra (Tom) with hands-on guidance follow in the 1:15pm timeslot.
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/96210405549
 Tags: Canvas, Teaching During COVID-19, Engaged Teaching and Learning