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Creating a Welcoming Class - Shared screen with speaker view
Denise Nepveux
15:01
Students need to feel safe and welcome if they are going to be able to be fully present and learn.
Briana Simms
15:09
To ensure that everyone has an opportunity to learn in that environment
Linda Ehrlich, Ph.D.
15:09
A student who feels excluded won’t be productive.
Liz Lange
15:36
^my thoughts were similar
Hannah Rogers
15:56
https://sites.duke.edu/dukeaccessiblesyllabus/
Hannah Rogers
17:35
https://www.mapping-access.com/blog-1/2020/3/10/accessible-teaching-in-the-time-of-covid-19
Hannah Rogers
20:31
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SGlNqUnW7zba3kKKBOeR2Fb39fe1EPZpm06d_XXbHB8/edit?usp=sharing
Denise Nepveux
32:04
Looks great!
Linda Ehrlich, Ph.D.
32:06
The religious holidays issue is an important one. It was ignored where I used to work.
Hannah Rogers
35:10
More information on trauma-informed pedagogy: https://dtei.uci.edu/trauma-informed-pedagogy/
Brenda Knox (she/her/hers)
37:18
I think it is also to make clear what they can work on with others and what should be done alone.
Hannah Rogers
38:33
I’m pausing the recording for the next part of this workshop, to give everyone the ability to freely discussion these questions.
Hannah Rogers
49:55
The recording has been unpaused
Hannah Rogers
51:05
The new Sakai Conversations tool has a discussion guidelines feature students need to agree to before they engage in discussion. https://learninginnovation.duke.edu/sakai-conversations/