Building Student Reflection in Your Course
March 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
In this session, we will share prompts and ideas for encouraging student reflection on their questions, motivations, and concerns. Sometimes, all students need is a little bit of class time and encouragement to reflect on their learning, their experiences in school, their hopes and intentions, and the forces impacting them. Opportunities for reflection are always valuable, but they may be especially important in times like these, when we do not see our students face-to-face or fully understand how the pandemic is affecting them.
Register in advance for this meeting: https://baruch.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApdOirrjkvHtTwSjnOtDIWeZJOugdIkGcp
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This event is part of our series “A Year of Teaching and Learning in the Time of COVID”
March 10, 2020 marks the day Baruch officially began to move all of its classes and most operations off-campus. In a short period of time, we had to shift and revise how we teach our students and support their learning online during a pandemic. Many of us thought we would be returning to on-campus “as normal” by summer. Yet, here we are almost a year later, running a college mostly online.
At the Center for Teaching and Learning we work with faculty and staff across the college and know there are so many stories to be shared of how people have experienced this year.
On March 10, 11 and 12, the CTL invites the Baruch faculty and staff who support student learning to come together and reflect on what we have experienced and learned in a series of events.