Building Community in Remote Classes

Building Community in Remote Classes presentation

Face-to-face classes often rely on discussion and peer interactions to support learning goals, and establishing a community of trust, respect, and intellectual rigor is central to this pedagogical approach. Given that all fall classes will need to include both virtual learning for some students (some or all of the time) and that it may be impossible even for classes with a face-to-face component to ever meet as a full cohort in-person, this session will provide practical strategies for producing high quality peer interactions and best practices for inclusive teaching that invites all students to participate fully in the course.

Speakers

  • Daphna Atias, Educational Developer, University Teaching & Learning Center

This workshop is part of a series of CCAS Faculty Workshops organized by the CCAS Undergraduate Studies Committee and the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies.