407: Responding to the Realities of the Pandemic: An Open Discussion on Engagement and Attendance

    Presenters: Erin Horan (Center for Teaching, Research & Learning) & Hannah Jardine (Center for Teaching, Research & Learning)

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    Time: 3:50 PM – 4:40 PM

    Session Description

    Are you questioning how to support students who need to miss class and major assessments in order to quarantine? How to actively engage students while following health and safety precautions? In this session we will discuss strategies to respond to the realities of the pandemic while considering the mental, physical, and emotional health of students. We will briefly share evidence-based teaching strategies for you to consider in response to possible challenges in Spring 2022. The session will consist largely of facilitated discussion for you to share what is and isn’t working with your colleagues from across campus and consider new or revised course policies to best support student learning.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify strategies to support student learning while considering the mental, physical, and emotional health of students
    • Determine how to accommodate students experiencing health-related absences

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