The COVID Classroom: Teaching and Learning During a Pandemic
September 18, 2020 (Virtual Zoom Meeting)
Join us to avoid “the what’s new (Covid) is so old” semester by re-envisioning our Covid classrooms. At the heart of this Teaching and Learning Day is a discussion of the symbiotic relationship of two Covid cohorts in higher education—faculty and students. Panelists will reflect on their Spring 2020 experiences and share their survival tips from spring and summer. They will also discuss shifting pedagogy and effective teaching strategies to meet the new Covid classroom. Finally, panelists will share how this experience not only created a greater awareness of student needs, but our own professional challenges.
Facilitators are Patty Farless (History) and Dr. Eman Saqr (FCTL). Panelists include Professor Jorri Bright (Nicholson School of Communication and Media), Dr. Alison Cares (Sociology), Dr. Martha Hubertz (Psychology), Dr. Alisha Janowsky (Psychology), Dr. Daniel Siegler (Public Administration), and special guest panelist Dr. Masha Krsmanovic from the School of Education at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Please register at http://ucf.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9Brlui2ZQPRRsnH before 5:00 p.m. on September 17th.
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