Building Forward: What Has the Pandemic Taught us About Inclusive Teaching and Learning?

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April 13, 2021
3:30PM - 5:00PM
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Virtual

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Add to Calendar 2021-04-13 15:30:00 2021-04-13 17:00:00 Building Forward: What Has the Pandemic Taught us About Inclusive Teaching and Learning? Please join the First-Year Writing Program (FYWP) for its second public workshop of the semester on Tuesday, April 13, at 3:30 via Zoom. The topic will be "Building Forward: What Has the Pandemic Taught us About Inclusive Teaching and Learning?" and we will offer a constructive critique of the idea of “returning to normal” or “going back to how it used to be.” The pandemic has allowed us to re-consider what it means to create access, to assess student work fairly, and to engage students meaningfully. Throughout this 90-minute workshop, we will focus on ways of bringing effective student-centered practices from online and hybrid teaching into the fall semester and beyond. One important question we will ask is “How will positive aspects of teaching during the pandemic carry through once we return to classrooms?” We will be joined by a panel of instructors whose insights will help us think through what will come next: Christiane Buuck, senior lecturer Evan De Carlo, doctoral student Rolando Rubalcava, doctoral student Noah Bukowski, doctoral student Keira Hambrick, doctoral candidate We hope to see you there. Please register for the workshop and feel free to reach out to the FYWP team with any questions or accessibility needs.  Virtual Department of English english@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Please join the First-Year Writing Program (FYWP) for its second public workshop of the semester on Tuesday, April 13, at 3:30 via Zoom. The topic will be "Building Forward: What Has the Pandemic Taught us About Inclusive Teaching and Learning?" and we will offer a constructive critique of the idea of “returning to normal” or “going back to how it used to be.” The pandemic has allowed us to re-consider what it means to create access, to assess student work fairly, and to engage students meaningfully. Throughout this 90-minute workshop, we will focus on ways of bringing effective student-centered practices from online and hybrid teaching into the fall semester and beyond. One important question we will ask is “How will positive aspects of teaching during the pandemic carry through once we return to classrooms?” We will be joined by a panel of instructors whose insights will help us think through what will come next:

We hope to see you there. Please register for the workshop and feel free to reach out to the FYWP team with any questions or accessibility needs. 

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