Reviewer: Brandon Morgan
9 articles
Cultivating Student Resilience to Resist Institutional Replication
Resilience
Eileen Camfield · Taylor Fugere · James Barnes · Maria D. Ramirez Loyola
In the wake of the pandemic, resilience has become the word of the day on most college campuses. How well do we really understand what it means?
Designing for Fatigue
design
Nic Helms · Cait Kirby · Asia Merrill
If we can imagine a post-pandemic campus that nurtures rather than fatigues, we can begin to make such campuses our future.
When Returning to Campus, I Realized I Miss Virtual Courses
Virtual Courses
Shu Wan
Despite the majority of mainstream society's expectation for being back to normal, which may refer to taking in-person classes, I want to argue for the minority preference for preserving an option outside the scope of “normalcy.”
Building Classroom Community, Even When We’re All Alone
Community,
Marta Bashovski
I soon realized that visual presence did not determine student participation. ...Rather than hiding behind turned off cameras, there seemed to be a kind of courage that came about in speaking while not being gazed at.
You're Not Alone: Finding Connection in the Classroom and Outside It
CFP: Student Voices
Sophia Geron
I felt disconnected at school, and I desperately wanted to change that.
With Care and Context
pedagogy of care
Connor Kenaston
Precautions... do not eliminate the inherent risks of showing potentially harmful images. But they do serve an essential purpose: by leading with care and context, instructors can help minimize the images’ potential harm.
A Pedagogy of Mentorship: Removing Academic Shame by Helping Students Reach Their Goals, Not Ours
pedagogy of mentorship
Timothy Ponce
Far from becoming a copy of their mentor, the protégé is instead empowered and equipped o reach their own professional aspirations.
Is Anyone Getting a Connection Out There?
critical digital pedagogy
Michael Cucher
Teaching effectively and equitably with online tools requires a special sensitivity to the digital divide.
Intimacy and Interruption in Remote Library Instruction
Remote
Leila Walker
Sharing our spaces in synchronous instruction sessions does more than just show the places where research occurs. It creates an opportunity for students to see our vulnerabilities.
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