Thursday, June 25, 2020
The Just-in-time Faculty Development Series offers short, targeted development opportunities that acknowledge immediate needs put forward by faculty and are strategically offered to provide maximum support in these times of crucial conversations and deep listening. Take advantage of this Just-in-time session, Early Alert Intervention Strategies.
LFMP2910: Just-in-time Early Alert Intervention Strategies (Online – 4PD)
Description: This course will allow participants to enhance the methods by which they interact with students and collaborate with peers to support student engagement in distance learning. Participants will engage with CARE models of Continuous Assessment and Responsive Engagement; look for patterns of student performance and early identification of behaviors in which students are succeeding, can succeed or are challenged; explore utilizing models of CARE to individually support students; and foster a climate of belonging and communication in a virtual environment involving the Peace and Justice Principles (PJI) for How We Treat Each Other.
- Participants will discuss resources to support successful student engagement in distance learning.
- Participants will identify appropriate times in their course to connect or reach out to students.
- Participants will learn how to create a climate of belonging and develop an awareness of the PJI principles to foster an inclusive online environment.
Duration: This session is online, and the Canvas space will be open from Monday, July 6 to Thursday, July 16, 2020.
To self-enroll for these courses, visit the Just-in-Time webpage on the Faculty Development website.
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