Since joining the CTL in 2015, Tamara Gubernat has helped guide Baruch faculty through transitioning their courses between teaching formats (in-person, hybrid, online) as a process to strengthen their teaching and an opportunity to build classroom community. In her role as Associate Director, Tamara’s work has evolved to include programming strategy, interweaving the rich repository of the CTL’s asynchronous resources and synchronous programming offerings, as well as increasing collaboration across various units of the college. Tamara has taught in-person, hybrid, and fully online courses at Baruch in Computer Information Systems, at Hunter College in Film & Media, and Marymount Manhattan College in Communication and Media Arts. Tamara is also an artist and documentary filmmaker (“Rezoning Harlem: The Battle for Harlem’s Future” and “Open Process: local democracy in one corner of Brooklyn”).
Projects I’ve contributed to: Fostering Student Engagement Seminar; Hybrid Seminar; Teach Online Course Prep Guide; The Student Guide to Learning at Baruch; Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL).
Ask me about: student engagement in hybrid, online, and in-person teaching modalities; assignment design; scaffolding; Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL); HyFlex; Vocat.