(updated July 7, 2020)
The Serie Center and the Academic Technology staff have teamed up to provide extensive pedagogical and technological resources to help faculty prepare for the responsive and resilient teaching that will be required in 2020-2021. We are also working with the Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) on weekly consortium-wide workshops, which began on June 8th.
For extensive resources, please see the newly revised Teaching page of the Remote Teaching and Learning website
For “how to” and late-breaking information about technological and pedagogical tools, check out MacDigital
The Critical Digital Pedagogy workshop began on Monday, June 8th. All readings and resources remain available on the website; please check them out even if you didn’t participate in the workshop.
ACM workshops are planned this summer on the following topics:
- June 8: Teaching and learning with care and hope: Ways of being with crisis, trauma and uncertainty in the classroom and beyond (Lead: Macalester College)
- June 15: Engaging students and building community in the remote/hybrid environment: Synchronous and asynchronous strategies (Lead: Beloit College)
- June 22: Creating a maximally responsive syllabus: Aligning learning outcomes, assignments, and assessment strategies (Lead: Grinnell College)
- June 29: Developing effective assignments: Using multiple modes of engagement and assessment (Lead: Coe College)
- July 13: Plan your class *once* for multiple modalities: Resilient pedagogy (Lead: Carleton College)
Registration information for each session, which will be held from 9:30 – 11 a.m., will be sent out each week via cst-news. All workshops will be recorded and available for asynchronous viewing. Many additional resources will be available soon.
Get up to date information about Macalester’s response