Friday, October 25, 2019 at Online
Starts at 11:00 AM · Ends at 11:45 AM, MDT (America/Denver)
This is a concurrent session.
By the end of the session participants will be able to:
- Explain the importance of connection and belonging in online classes
- Rework their own introductory exercise to increase a sense of connection and belonging
Registration information can be found on the session page: Applying the Peralta Equity Rubric to Promote Connection and Belonging. All sessions will be recorded.
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- Chelsea Cohen
Professor at Laney CollegeChelsea is a tenured instructor of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and the Distance Education Coordinator at Laney College. She is also a lead reviewer for the Online Education Initiative and a new facilitator for @ONE. She is passionate about helping her colleagues develop creative, inclusive activities for their online classes, and equipping her students with technology skills that will open doors in both their educational and professional lives.
- Inger Stark
Professor at Laney CollegeInger is a tenured sociology instructor at Laney College who served as the Peralta District Distance Education Coordinator for three years. Inger’s background also includes 5 years as an administrator (4 years as a dean and 1 as a Vice President of Instruction) and 12 years of teaching. Her favorite job responsibility is working with colleagues to create online learning activities that create a sense of student belonging and classroom inclusiveness.