Open Education and Community Impact
A discussion about ways that open education extends beyond the “traditional” stakeholders, reaching families, marginalized communities, the workforce, and more.
Hosted by the nationwide Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER).
Sustainable & Flexible Teaching for Online Success
With over two years of online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic behind us, how can we best meet students’ needs during this unprecedented time? How can we make online teaching sustainable for ourselves as faculty? In what ways can we incorporate flexibility while still being rigorous? Why is care so critical to online teaching?
With Maritez Apigo (Contra Costa College). Hosted by College of the Canyons.
From Gotcha to ‘You Got This!’: Online Teaching Strategies that Uplift Students, Build Interactivity, and Increase Retention
This interactive workshop will provide hands-on experience in building a simple, online “Encouragement Board”. We will also explore how and why transforming traditional assessments, like timed and multiple-choice tests, into lively, weeklong video/audio discussions can reduce stress and anxiety.
Hosted by the California Virtual Campus, Online Network of Education (CVC @ONE) of the California Community Colleges.
Teaching About Bias in Real Estate Education
How can we effectively teach about real estate bias through online education? What are the education requirements mandated by new California state law? What is inclusive pedagogy?
Hosted by the California Community College Real Estate Education Center at Saddleback College.