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Monday BY429/491/629 Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
**Sami Raut- She/her/hers
15:53
https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/06/03/seven-recommendations-helping-students-thrive-times-trauma
Penny Carroll
25:45
Why is that important?
Heather Patterson
26:12
I think it has a lot to do with the connection to the material, that they want to interact with the material and learn
Erin Richard (she/her/hers)
26:13
For them to be motivated to participate and learn
Penny Carroll
26:18
What is it important that I have an understanding of students perception and understanding of their education?
Jeff Morris
26:20
It makes it easier to know how to get them to care about the material, or to understand it
Maura P
26:27
Creates an environment where learning is motivating, engaging, and more long term
Mary Phillips
26:45
Relevancy - can be geared to interests
Penny Carroll
27:00
A good writer knows it’s audience.
Peggy Biga
27:05
It can help the students see themselves in the material, if we meet them where they are.
Sloan Elizabeth Almehmi
27:06
To make it relevant to the student
Dominique Ingato
27:06
It allows us to motivate our students
Effie Nicke
27:18
It helps you learn how to teach/reach your students
Chris D'Arcy
27:21
Expectation provides a "priming" that makes them receptive.
Jeffrey Olimpo
27:28
Establish connections with each other and with you
Penny Carroll
30:23
Describe your optimal learning environment for you? For our students?
Maria Lechtreck
30:33
back to face-to-face !
Heather Patterson
30:38
It's always been hands on for me, I have a degree in Marine Science, so being the field, touching and feeling and doing. I think the same is for students, to be able to do
Bre Minniefield
30:45
Lecture followed by open classroom discussion
Penny Carroll
30:54
A lot of fun. Exploring prior knowledge to build upon it new knowledge. Real world context exploration. Tackling problems.
Melissa Walker
30:57
for me, an optimal learning environment pairs the info delivered with hands on applications
Jeff Morris
31:04
I need a white board to draw on and people to brainstorm with. With students — not sure, but I bet they benefit from talking with each other and with experts.
Maura P
31:07
A place where I can openly discuss and share my opinions, interests, and I feel part of a learning community
Christina Morra
31:09
face to face, one on one or small group with an engaged creative inatructor
Trent Sutton
31:13
experiential learning, engaging with a lot of communication and opportunity for feedback
Alexis McDowell
31:16
I really like discussion based classroom where I can bounce idea off others and also tell others what I have gotten from the material
Dominique Ingato
31:20
Face to face and hands on in the lab
Mytien Nguyen
31:20
Comfort, peer-to-peer learning
Erin Richard (she/her/hers)
31:25
Respect, clear expectations, organized, interactive
Mary Phillips
31:33
An environment that engages me in learning, connects to real-world and is respectful of diversity.
Rebecca Wilcox
31:44
Respectful environment— no fear of judgement if wrong
Johnny Vang
31:47
Interactive problem-solving discussions
Penny Carroll
38:02
What does this have to do with inclusion?
Jeff Morris
38:18
People need to feel connections with the professor and the rest of the class to be included
Maria Lechtreck
38:35
Some students are the Only One in their class, feel isolated.
Heather Patterson
38:44
We have a QEP here, learning in a team environment, and I think this covers a lot of the things that you are talking about. It helps with the learning, which is why I started it, but it also helps them make connections and have fun
Lauren Rast
39:00
Very difficult to feel connected and form relationships if students feel “othered” or like an outsider.
Erin Richard (she/her/hers)
39:13
What is a QEP?
Mary Phillips
39:17
Inclusion - Belonging. Everyone needs to feel they belong.
Penny Carroll
40:15
https://www.uab.edu/faculty/ctl/workshops/qep-workshop-series
Penny Carroll
40:34
quality enhancement plan (QEP) by providing faculty and staff with high-quality training focused on various pedagogies related to how students learn in a team environment.
Erin Richard (she/her/hers)
40:48
Thanks,Penny
Daylon Wingate
42:10
Sometimes just taking a moment to ask your student how things are going for them, not only in class but in life as well, can really help them feel like they aren't left out. Of course, simply asking isn't enough, you also have to be sincerely engaged in what it is they are saying and empathetic to their situation.
Sarah Adkins-Jablonsky
01:04:11
That is simply beautiful.
Daylon Wingate
01:04:51
That's awesome!
Penny Carroll
01:06:58
in·te·ri·or·i·ty - the quality of being interior or inward. Yes I had to look it up.
Bre Minniefield
01:11:22
Great, presentaion. Can you explain how you implement the methods you suggest in a short lecture, during a whole semester. Also when do you take time to review and revise (during the semester or after the class is over)?
Daylon Wingate
01:13:31
I've enjoyed the presentation. I have to go and teach some students. Stay safe everyone.
**Sami Raut- She/her/hers
01:15:10
Thanks Dylon !
Bre Minniefield
01:16:50
Wonderful, thank you.
Effie Nicke
01:17:22
Thank you! Great ideas!
Johnny Vang
01:17:28
Thank you for this presentation!
Dominique Ingato
01:17:39
Thank you! I really enjoyed your talk!
Lauren Rast
01:17:48
This was such a wonderful presentation! Thank you so much!
Richard Preus
01:18:02
Thank you!
**Sami Raut- She/her/hers
01:18:29
Please don't forget to read : https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/06/03/seven-recommendations-helping-students-thrive-times-trauma
**Sami Raut- She/her/hers
01:20:04
I have to say bye now but Mays thank-you so much !!
Chris D'Arcy
01:20:34
Thank you very much for this discussion. I really appreciated your perspectives and experiences!