Please note: this webinar has been rescheduled from November 16th to December 7th at 9-10 a.m. Pacific / 12-1 p.m. Eastern.
Evidence shows that when faculty and administrators remove barriers to belonging in the classroom, students are more likely to form social ties with faculty and peers, persist through challenging course work, and ultimately succeed. Yet, much of this evidence is based on experiences from in-person courses. So how can we adapt and translate what we know creates opportunities for students to meaningfully connect with peers, faculty, and the course material when the learning experience is online?
In this second webinar in our Quality Instruction series, we’ll explore what it takes to cultivate a supportive student learning experience in the online space. We’ll share evidence and learnings from our new brief, Narrowing the Distance in ‘Distance Learning,’ on supports that have been shown to dramatically improve outcomes in online Carnegie Math Pathways courses. And we’ll offer practical resources and strategies that you can employ immediately to foster student belonging and support inclusion in any course modality.