Pivoting with Confidence to In-Person Teaching

Pivoting with Confidence to In-Person Teaching
Tuesday, January 25
12:30pm – 2:00pm
RSVP here
Dear Colleagues,

As we prepare for the transition to in-person teaching, CEILS is here to support you. On Tuesday, January 25th, we will host an online event to address your questions and ideas about going back to in-person teaching. We will have instructors and content experts available to discuss assessments, logistics of recording lectures, revising your syllabus, making your class accessible and adapting to student absences, and more. Along with these experts, we’ll hear from students about how to best support them.

Please use the RSVP link to let us know you’ll attend by Monday, January 24th. The Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants: RSVP here.

Student Feedback Form
To help you plan for this transition, we have created a brief questionnaire template so that you can get feedback from your students. Please click here for an editable Google form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScOv8r5_KrsLBLHTPQ8tabpLTbcMyIZaqi1aaYhIJHDC-S63g/viewform

For those who were not able to attend the CEILS forum on answering questions about Bruin Learn and remote teaching, please visit the link for the recording and resources: https://ceils.ucla.edu/ceils-forum-to-answer-your-questions-on-bruin-learn-and-remote-teaching/

If you have questions or need IT support for Bruin Learn, please continue to contact the IT support teams:
Life Science Faculty:

Physical Science Faculty:
Statistics: Enrique Reyes enrique@stat.ucla.edu
Chemistry and Biochemistry: Jonathan Erde jerde@chem.ucla.edu
ATMOS: Cody Ashe-McNalley cody@atmos.ucla.edu

We at CEILS hope to see you soon and encourage you to share this invitation with your fellow faculty, staff, and students.
Rachel Kennison, CEILS Director

For event information, RSVP, and resources, please visit our event page here: https://ceils.ucla.edu/pivoting-with-confidence-to-in-person-teaching/

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