Entries for 'Online Instruction'

September 2020  

Tone, facial expressions, voice, and other social cues are often lost in online classrooms where interactions are primarily text-based. Flipgrid helps reclaim these vital aspects of communication, enabling instructors and students to have asynchronous video conversations. The magic happens as connections and a strong class community are formed -- even from a distance.

 


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April 2020  

The Citrus College Math Department implemented interactive, high-challenge, high-support pedagogy in all of their open-access corequisites for transfer-level math.  Professors Tracy Nguyen and Victoria Dominguez are both experienced online instructors who were instrumental in helping to quickly move this innovative pedagogy into online classes during the current crisis. They share tips and strategies used in Statistics and Applied Calculus with corequisite support.


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April 2020  

Rachel Polakoski from Cuyamaca College and Kathy Kubo from College of the Canyons have successfully taught Statistics with concurrent support using high-challenge, high-support pedagogy. They share tips and strategies for taking this pedagogy into the online environment.


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April 2020  

CAP leader and Cuyamaca ESL Professor Guillermo Colls shares tips and tricks for moving an ESL course online and answers your questions as we all work to move our classes online.


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March 2020  

Recorded version of webinar by Citrus College English instructor Jamie Dingman, addressing questions and concerns of faculty making the sudden shift to online instruction due to Covid-19.


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