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Liberating Zoom Better Online Teaching

Thursday, September 17, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

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Join us for the final installment of our series on creative strategies to make Zoom a more productive, inclusive, and engaging space. This session will focus on online teaching.

Led by Anna Jackson and Fisher Qua, Liberating Structures, is a methodology grounded in the idea that the strategies commonly used to organize collaborative discussion often end up stifling creativity and a sense of belonging.  

In this session, you’ll learn fun ways to create an engaging online class environment. 

Come ready to engage, share, and learn new ways to teach online or in person!

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Thursday, September 3, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

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Join us for the second installment of our series on creative strategies to make Zoom a more productive, inclusive, and engaging space. This session will focus on collaborative work online.

Led by Anna Jackson and Fisher Qua, Liberating Structures, is a methodology grounded in the idea that the strategies commonly used to organize collaborative discussion often end up stifling creativity and a sense of belonging.  

In this session (and others to follow), you’ll learn fun ways to generate ideas, facilitate productive conversations, and clarify roles and goals in collaborative projects within and across organizations.

Come ready to engage, share, and learn new ways to create, foster, and maintain collaborative projects online or in person! 

 

 

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Friday, August 21, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

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Join us this Friday for a highly interactive, hands-on exploration of strategies that help build more inclusive and engaged teaching and research communities, online and in person.   

Liberating Structures,  led by Anna Jackson and Fisher Qua, is a methodology grounded in the idea that the strategies commonly used to organize collaborative discussion often end up stifling creativity and a sense of belonging.  

In this session (and others to follow), you’ll learn new ways to encourage students and fellow colleagues to take risks, to tolerate ambiguity, and to engage others' perspectives both critically and generously.

Come ready to engage, share, and learn new ways to build community in your classes and collaborative discussions, whether you’re teaching online or in person!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.