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STEM Inclusive Teaching Practices Ep 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Larissa Williams
36:00
Hi! Is anyone talking? If so, I can’t hear
Cangialosi Karen
36:11
Yes, Carrie is talking
Alycia Crall
36:12
Yes, Carrie is speaking
Brett Huggett
36:16
YEs, Carries is talking.
Ariel Steele
36:23
Make sure you join with computer audio to hear!
John Nardini
36:25
Try clicking “join audio“ in bottom left corner
faust
36:29
Hi Larissa, you might need to still hit join with audio
Larissa Williams
36:32
Got it! Thanks!
Molly Phillips (she, her)
37:27
Hashtag for the webinar is #STEMitp
Kika Stump
47:58
busy, then quiet, then crazy busy
Ania A. Majewska
47:59
slow and challenging
Jenni Momsen (she/her)
48:04
By the seat of my pants, developing new curriculum so that students could understand COVID.
William Fee (he/him)
48:12
Never did any form of online teaching before, so we're catching up. Luckily not dealing with kids
Jason Chan (he/him)
48:12
I have a mix of synchronous and asynchronous material, but mostly work at night because I have a toddler
Kaitlin Bonner (she/her/hers)
48:19
I miss seeing my students faces and hearing their stories
Carrie Diaz Eaton
48:23
Under normal circumstances it would be hard, but doable. With kids home and new responsibilities there, it is incredibly difficult.
Sondra Marie LoRe
48:34
Tricky. I am a very hands-on, interactive educator. Not being face to face it hard. Lots of late nights converting lesson plans
April Hill (she, her)
48:39
Emotional, time consuming, Zoom fatigue
Meredith Greer (she/her/hers)
48:40
In some ways great: our course topic has let us shift the emphasis to COVID-19. But individual students have been in and out in terms of how much they can take part, due to quickly shifting circumstances outside the classroom.
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
48:52
Transition to online has really made us more cognizant of student situaitions
Adrianne Vasey (she, her, hers)
48:56
Hey Bryan! Yes, I’m in a similar situation - homeschooling my two kids (4, 6) and trying to balance the fact that my partner and I still are working full time. So, yes, also lots of late nights (2am…..)
Megan Kelly (she/her/hers)
49:00
I approached the remainder of Spring 2020 with a strong sense of "good enough" - but my school has required summer session which feels higher stakes. With 8 weeks notice, shouldn't it be better than the fall?
Megan Kelly (she/her/hers)
49:03
*spring
Brett Huggett (he/him)
49:04
Trying to be as flexible with my students, colleagues, and myself as possible.
Karly
49:05
The transiton of the course material to online learning was easier than expected. The continued juggling of life has been harder than expected - for me and my students.
Kika Stump
49:38
Humbled by broadband :)
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
50:01
Student home life, work life, family life is more apparent and has meant more personal interactoin wiht my students
Isis Artze-Vega (she, her)
55:06
@Megan — I’d say yes and no. If you’re able to more effectively design an online class and are supported in so doing, please do. You’re still owed a great deal of grace, though, particularly as we don’t know what the summer term will bring
Sondra Marie LoRe
01:19:15
Thank you, thank you for mentioning adjuncts!! I love my full time staff position but I adjunct evening classes b/c I love, love, love teaching. Adjuncts matter too :)
Karina (she, her, hers)
01:22:53
Thank you Bryan!
Marja Bakermans (she)
01:23:11
Thank you!
Sondra Marie LoRe
01:23:13
Thank you Bryan! This was wonderful! I only had one kiddo interruption :)
Alycia Crall (she/her)
01:23:30
Thanks, Bryan! Always inspired by your presentations
Elinor Lichtenberg
01:23:33
Thank you!
Jason Chan (he/him)
01:23:33
thank you!
Jorge Ramos
01:23:58
Thank you, gracias.
Shields, Samantha
01:24:22
As one with roots in K-12, I appreciate you bringing this message to higher ed!!
Isis Artze-Vega (she, her)
01:24:24
Bryan — What would you recommend re: inclusive/equity-minded adjustments to grading practices?
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:24:25
Fantastic talk Bryan!!
shayle(he/him)
01:24:44
Thanks Bryan! Wanted to ask you a question, how have you taken your student hours from the dorms to online? Have you managed to hold group student hours? Any tips for different ways to hold online student hours.
Stacey Skwirut
01:26:28
What were the studies that you had your bio students analyze instead of doing 50 Punnett squares?
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:26:45
My radical optimist self likes to think that due to the covid crisis we will be much more student centerd and begin to value community over content
Jenni Momsen (she/her)
01:26:49
(Grading for Equity has really changed my ideas about grading, https://gradingforequity.org/)
Carrie Diaz Eaton
01:27:31
Stacey Skwirut: I think he mentioned Rosalind Franklin, the Tuskegee experiments, and forced sterilization of Latinas in California.
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:28:32
Ive been meeting with students individually on online and it takes a LOT of hours. But it is worth it.
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:29:06
Meeting small groups can work for bigger classes.
Stacey Skwirut
01:30:26
Thank you. We were needing a resource!
Heather Rissler (she/her/hers)
01:30:33
NCST recently published a COVID-19 Case Study
Jorge Ramos
01:30:43
How did you ask and have the conversations with each student about their new limitations in their new home environments?
Molly Phillips (she, her)
01:30:59
Don't forget the survey everyone https://tinyurl.com/w6dd8pt
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:31:12
I just ask them.
Carrie Diaz Eaton
01:31:26
I did a survey
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:31:44
use multiple sources of contact: email, text, LMS, social media...
Jorge Ramos
01:32:22
Thank you all :-)
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:32:28
called a couple l of them on the phone
Ania A. Majewska
01:32:47
Thank you for great talk
Rachel Woodruff (she/her/hers)
01:33:01
Thank you!!
shayle(he/him)
01:33:11
Thanks!
Meredith Greer (she/her/hers)
01:33:13
Thank you!
Linda Fuselier (she, her)
01:33:16
Great presentation. Very inspirational. Will it be available on the website for others?
Nate Emery
01:33:19
Thank you so much!
Brett Huggett (he/him)
01:33:19
Thank you.
Molly Phillips (she, her)
01:33:22
Survey:https://tinyurl.com/w6dd8pt
April Hill (she, her)
01:33:26
Great seeing y’all and many thanks.
Jorge Ramos
01:33:26
Thank you Carrie, will all of the books and resources mentioned by Bryan be posted somewhere? Thank you.
Molly Phillips (she, her)
01:33:27
Thank you Bryan!
Cangialosi Karen (she, her)
01:33:29
THANK YOU BRYAN! EXCELLENT!! Also thanks to Carrie!!
Molly Phillips (she, her)
01:33:38
Next episode is on Universal Design with Andrew Hasley and Hayley Orndorf May 13, at 3:00 pm ET at https://www.idigbio.org/content/stem-inclusive-teaching-practices-webinar-series-episode-two
Jorge Ramos
01:33:44
Thanks again!
Molly Phillips (she, her)
01:34:33
https://www.idigbio.org/content/stem-inclusive-teaching-practices-webinar-series-episode-one
Charzy Jones (she/her/hers)
01:34:56
thank you!
Molly Phillips (she, her)
01:34:57
Thank you everyone!
Shields, Samantha
01:35:04
Thank you!!
macubeta
01:35:06
Thanks Molly, Bryan and Carrie
Karina (she, her, hers)
01:35:12
Thank you again!
Xavier du Maine (he/him/his)
01:35:18
Thanks Bryan, Carrie, and Molly! Great webinar!