What: “Conversation Café: The Lock-Down Legacy”
CLIME is offering 2 sessions for the teaching community to come together to share collective wisdom gained from the experience of teaching during the pandemic.
Who: We welcome all teachers in UWSOM, especially those who faced and survived the challenge of transforming lecture, lab, and small group activities into virtual space and remote instruction.
Facilitator: Kate Mulligan, PhD, CLIME Associate Director for Faculty Development in Teaching with Technology
When: By Zoom: 60 min sessions from 12:00pm-1:00pm (PST) on two dates – April 30th and May 28th.
– Offer space and time for faculty to share their experiential wisdom from a year teaching during the pandemic.
– Build community by allowing space for personal connection.
– Recognize local and distributed expertise and innovation.
Learning Objective: Particpants will share personal experiences of successes and challenges in conversion of teaching to online formats under pandemic conditions.
– Session 1: What worked? What didn’t work as well?
– Session 2: What is the legacy of COVID teaching experience for post COVID teaching? What’s worth keeping? What is your vision for the post COVID learning environment?