Workshop on Surviving in a Hybrid Environment Online
Teaching Surviving in a Hybrid Environment
As we enter week six of the semester, many of us are struggling to engage students both in the classroom and remotely with finesse and the same level of success we have come to expect. Am I paying too much attention to one group vs the other? Do I move out of frame when teaching? Can those learning remotely hear the class discussion? How can I interact more while wearing a mask? Why do I feel completely drained after teaching my classes?
If you have these questions, you are not alone. However, there are also faculty who have, through trial and error, achieved success by finding innovative ways to master the fine art of being attentive in class, effectively engage those students learning remotely, and feel accomplished at end of day.
The purpose of this workshop, offered by the Faculty Development Committee, is to bring faculty together to share their best practices, the moments when they crashed and burned, and strategies for surviving somewhere in the middle.
Please join us Monday, October 19th at 3:30, either remotely or in MRC 4, to discuss and reflect on what has been difficult, what has worked, and what adjustments can be made moving forward.
Presented by: Professor Lori Coakley
Date: Monday October 19th
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: AIC 236 and ZOOM ( https://bryant.zoom.us/j/95368596497)
- Monday, October 19, 2020
- 3:30pm - 4:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Bryant University
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.