C3-2-1 Newsletter – Week Two!
Hello, Faculty Community!
***You are receiving this newsletter because you are a faculty member at MiraCosta College. I, Sean Davis, am the coordinator of our C3 Teaching and Learning Center***
Zoom. Canvas. Google Docs. Repeat. Is this real life?
3 resources related to teaching and learning, 2 online tips and tricks, and 1 question for reflection
Want to share?
If you have some resources, tips/tricks, and questions to share, please contribute to the newsletter using this C3-2-1 Form.
- Teaching Effectively With Zoom by Dan Levy
This resource is the companion website to the newly published book with the same title. Do you want more ideas on how to use Zoom to engage students? This is the place for you! Check out the downloadable resources for some inspiration for group work, sharing, building community, and more!
Our Social Justice and Equity Center (SJEC) hosts incredible events year-round. Topics on race, gender, sexualities, social class, and other social issues are facilitated by discipline experts, students, and community leaders. These events provide great extra credit opportunities and a place for students to find a community at MiraCosta.
This recommendation comes from our Dean of Arts and International Languages, Jonathan Fohrman.
Here is a brief conference description from the organization’s website:
The 2020 Conference on Global Learning will be held virtually due to public health concerns and higher education’s prevailing travel restrictions connected to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the virtual format, AAC&U is committed to the goals that have always guided our conference planning: engaging and informative sessions, networking with colleagues from across the broad spectrum of higher education roles and institutions, and opportunities to reflect on professional practice and aspirations
***MiraCosta is a member of AA&U so you should be able to get the reduced member rate if you use your MiraCosta email when registering***
(2) Online Tips and Tricks
With the Census Roster deadline quickly approaching, the People feature in Canvas can be a great tool to track student engagement in your course(s). This tool also allows you to create groups that can be congruent with your live Zoom breakout rooms or can be used to simply have more concentrated discussions and activities.
Scheduled assignments are automatically generated in the Canvas Calendar but what about other events that you want students to be aware of? You can use the Calendar to schedule office hours for students, inform them about important college deadlines, and present your class(es) with event opportunities throughout the semester.
How much are we learning to help ensure our students are learning?
Joyful Teacher in Residence J
Coordinator, C3 Teaching and Learning Center