Thursday, May 28, 2020,
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Connect with colleagues to engage in dialogue, reflection, and planning sessions focused on learning from our pivot to emergency remote teaching this spring. This three-day event is open to teaching faculty and instructional staff at Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin Colleges.

Please register here: <a> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_pFt5FZju8QV-fH6EfPg_Q414oj68y0I25rqQVD_HIHH7IQ/viewform </a>

Thursday

10 – 11:15 a.m.
Remote Teaching and Learning Webinar: Transparent Assignment Design and Rubrics
Presented by Carol Hurney, Associate Provost of Faculty Development and Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Colby College

Description: Examine strategies to make remote assignments more transparent and develop rubrics to make grading more meaningful for you and your students. 12 – 1 p.m.
Birds of a Feather Lunches
Join colleagues from the CBB community to share your remote teaching and learning experiences. Each day offers you the opportunity to interact with a different community of faculty and instructors.

Humanities
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Studies
Foreign Languages
Colby Roundtables on Remote Teaching and Learning Assessment

1:15 – 2 p.m.
Responding to Student Writing Online
Presented by Ghada Gherwash, Interim Director, Colby Writing Program and Multilingual Writing Specialist, and Lizzy Holland, Writing Tutor

Description: invites participants to reflect on strategies for providing effective feedback on students’ writing

2:30 – 3:15 p.m.
Assessing Learning Remotely
Presented by Kevin Murray, Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Teaching and Learning, Ellen Freeman, Teaching and Learning Applications Coordinator, Academic ITS

Description: Effective remote teaching calls for new approaches to assessing student learning. In this roundtable session, we will share our experiences assessing remote student learning and attempt to derive practical pedagogical strategies and lessons from those experiences. We will think together, in particular, about whether and how lessons learned in the remote context can transfer to and inform our traditional classroom teaching.


Public event