Workshop on Surviving Teaching in a Hybrid Environment Online
Teaching Surviving in a Hybrid Environment
Organized by the Faculty Development Committee
Presented by: Professor Lori Coakley
Date: Monday October 19th
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: AIC 236 (register) and ZOOM ( https://bryant.zoom.us/j/95368596497)
As we enter week nine of the semester, I find myself struggling to engage students both in the classroom and remotely with finesse and a certain level of success. I am paying too much attention to one group vs the other, move out of frame, or am uncertain as to how well those remote can hear those in the classroom. I also find that the energy required to teach effectively in this environment is intense, and by class three, I am completely drained. I may not be in the minority, but I also know there are amazing faculty among us who have achieved greatness; mastering the fine art of being attentive in class, enlightening those remote, and feeling accomplished by end of day.
This workshop format hopes to bring faculty together to share best practices, those attempts that crashed and burned, and strategies for surviving in the middle, as well as any administrative words of wisdom. If you fall in one of these groups and have an overwhelming passion to share, and/or are interested in hanging out and commiserating with our accomplished faculty, please join me and the Faculty Development Committee on October 19th.
Please register here if you intend to participate in person (seating will be limited to 20 participants) and register on this form if you will participate via ZOOM.
- 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.