The California Virtual Campus’ free Equitable Online Teaching series explores how to foster student agency through an asset-based teaching lens and hone a critical mindset about why and how you grade your students. The  system’s Vision for Success, Guided Pathways, and AB705 have increased opportunities for more students to achieve their academic goals. To make more progress toward equitable learning for all students, faculty and staff must work together to adjust traditional instructional practices to center and celebrate the diversity and brilliance of our students, while embracing the numerous opportunities online classes provide.

Each workshop  provides opportunities to apply concepts and strategies to your own courses. Both new and veteran online instructors are invited to attend the entire series or individual sessions a la carte.

  • Amplifying Student Stories as an Equity-Minded Practice on Thursday, February 24

  • Get the ‘F” Outta Here: Challenging the Oppressive Status Quo by Equitizing Our Grading Practices on Friday, March 4

  • Simple Teaching Strategies for Fun, Community-rich Zoom Classes on Wednesday, March 9

  • From Gotcha to “You Got this!” Online Teaching Strategies that Uplift Students, Build Interactivity, and Increase Retention on Wednesday, April 27

Individual session and registration information is available at our Equitable Online Teaching website. You can also watch previous sessions, including Ungrading for Learning and Equity, on the site.

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