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Fall 2020 Enhancement Day

Concurrent Sessions

Continuing to Tell UW-Superior’s Story and Commitment to Community Engagement During COVID-19

Description: This session will be a conversation on Academic Service-Learning, the ways that partnerships have shifted online during the Pandemic, and UW-Superior’s new tracking database/tool, Collaboratory.
Facilitators: Katelyn Baumann, Academic Service-Learning Coordinator and Laurel Eaton, Grants and Research Specialist
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/99745093543

Tags: High Impact Practices, Engaged Teaching and Learning, Teaching During COVID-19

 

Fostering Information Literacy Through Open Pedagogy

Description: Information creation is a process, but it can be difficult to explain to students who have never had to go through the process of trying to publish something. In this session we will discover and discuss open pedagogy based assignments to foster this knowledge.
Facilitator: Stephanie Warden, Assistant Director, CLIC and Jim Dan Hill Library
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/96644490816

Tags: Information Literacy, Engaged Teaching and Learning

 

Anti-Racism in Teaching and Learning

Description: In this workshop we will learn from each other about what we have been reading, watching, thinking, talking about and contemplating in terms of anti-racism. Lynn will share the ways in which she has modified her course and assignments and hopes to hear from you as to what you have done or what you are considering for this fall and beyond.
Facilitator: Lynn Goerdt, Associate Professor, Social Work and Global Awareness Coordinator
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/98780364540

Tags: Antiracism, Engaged Teaching and Learning, Reflection

 

Unpacking Reflective Writing

Description: Reflective writing is generally a low-stakes exercise, but actually involves complex skills that we don’t often pay attention to. In this session, we will look more closely at what goes into reflective writing and how to make the most of it in your classes with your students.
Facilitator: John McCormick, Senior Lecturer, Writing Program and Writing Across the Curriculum Coordinator
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/96855640923

Tags: High Impact Practices, Teaching and Learning During COVID-19, Engaged Teaching and Learning

 

Collaborate Ultra: A Hands-on Workshop with Tom Reed

Description: Come prepared to log-in to the tool of your choice. Bring headphones or earbuds. We’ll walk you through it!
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/96210405549

Tags: Canvas, Teaching and Learning During COVID-19

 

Zoom: A Hands-on Workshop with Jodie Riek

Description: Come prepared to log-in to the tool of your choice. Bring headphones or earbuds. We’ll walk you through it!
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/99941170360

Tags: Canvas, Teaching and Learning During COVID-19

 

1:15pm-1:50pm Mini-Session: Only 35 minutes!
Using Attendance and Seating Charts in Canvas and how to Grade Participation

Description: A discussion of the 2020-21 Attendance Policy, a demonstration on how to use the tools in Canvas, and ideas for grading participation.
Facilitators: Canvas Instructional Support Team
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/94689833420

Tags: Canvas, Teaching and Learning During COVID-19

 

1:55-2:30pm Mini-Session: Only 35 minutes!
Using Attendance and Seating Charts in Canvas and how to Grade Participation

Description: A discussion of the 2020-21 Attendance Policy, a demonstration on how to use the tools in Canvas, and ideas for grading participation.
Facilitators: Canvas Instructional Support Team
Zoom link: https://uwsuper.zoom.us/j/94689833420

Tags: Canvas, Teaching and Learning During COVID-19