|Dear 3CSN Wayfinding Community,|
We hope that this email finds you well and safe.
Over the summer we offered a series of free four-part Design Labs to provide community college professionals and students the opportunity to come together with colleagues across the state to delve more deeply into course and program design. The response was overwhelming, and these sessions reached capacity quickly. Many of you asked for an opportunity to participate in the fall.
We are pleased to let you know that registration is now open for these fall Design Labs!
Professional learning badges will be awarded for completion and may be used for flex credit (check with your campus for eligibility). Read more about these sessions and register below! Each registration covers all four sessions.
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Peer Educator Power: Co-Creating Strategies for Peer-Led, Online Engagement and Learning
Four consecutive Fridays, 10:30 AM – 12 PM 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20
In this design lab, 3CSN Coordinator Crystal Kiekel and Pierce College tutors will join tutors, SI leaders, mentors, and other learning assistance professionals from across the state to consider ways in which peers can co-create virtual learning environments for students that are highly structured, supportive, and focused on building the affective and cognitive skills necessary for success. This lab is designed for peer educators or for faculty and classified staff who train them, but everyone is welcome!
|It Takes Two: students and faculty co-creating connected learning experiences online |
Four consecutive Wednesdays, 2:30 PM – 4 PM 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11
Feeling disconnected in this abrupt pivot online? Join 3CSN coordinators Joanna Zimring Towne, Jan Connal, and Roy Ramon for this four-part interactive design lab.
Students and educators alike will reconnect with their “why” and consider how online learning works from an educator as well as a student perspective, ultimately creating partnerships that will provide a sense of belonging in online environments as well as greater success college-wide. Students are strongly encouraged to register.
| Hello, Is it me you’re looking for?: e-portfolios as tools for engagement, assessment, and completion |
Four consecutive Fridays, 2:30 PM – 4 PM 10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13
Looking for a way to engage students while assessing their learning? Would you like to help them learn to showcase personal and professional growth in the classroom, throughout college, and beyond? Want to practice making one yourself?
Join 3CSN coordinators Kelan Koning, Diana Bonilla Hein, and students for this four-part interactive design lab to learn about the various possibilities for, and value of, eportfolios and to design one yourself. Wix, Google Sites, Canvas ePortfolio and Portfolium will be explored as options.
|We Can Do This: Learning and teaching online, through crisis, and beyond |
Four consecutive Fridays, 10 AM – 11:30 AM 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20
Teaching online? We can do this! Let’s leverage this moment of change in course delivery to get to the core of effective teaching: designing for equity and student engagement. Join 3CSN Coordinators Sarah Sullivan and Nicole Bryant Lescher and faculty colleagues from across the state in this four-part design lab.
We will build relationships and knowledge together, focusing on effective online pedagogy and student-centered active learning, and directly apply our learning and metacognitive reflections to design elements of our fall courses.
|Home Alone: Building organizational capacity and coherence with colleagues in a remote environment |
Four consecutive Fridays, 1 PM – 2:30 PM 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20
Join 3CSN Network Director Jessica Cristo and Lead Coordinator Rebecca Moon-Stone for this four-part design lab that invites campus colleagues to participate in sustained work to increase leadership capacity and build coherence.
Participants will learn how to build relationships based on shared values so that they can continue their student success efforts in remote environments and produce intentional online professional learning for their colleagues.
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