After acknowledging racism as that other major pandemic we must fight, host Kevin Patton carries on with even more practical tips for teaching remotely—and for taking with us back to campus. Included are tips for creating and using a home office, even when there is no room, and advice on using our office space as a media studio. Plus a brief apology.
- 00:59 | Pandemic Teaching. Still. And Again.
- 06:58 | Sponsored by AAA
- 07:43 | Faculty Office in a Box
- 14:42 | Sponsored by HAPI
- 15:36 | The Media-Friendly Faculty Office
- 34:05 | Sponsored by HAPS
- 34:46 | An Apology
- 35:01 | Staying Connected
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The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be an anti-racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward. (Ijeoma Oluo)
Pandemic Teaching. Still. And Again.
Things happen. And we should be prepared for further shifts and sudden switches as we move through the summer sessions and into fall. As we deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, we also fight the effects of that other pandemic: racism.
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Faculty Office in a Box
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- Pandemic Teaching: A Survival Guide for College Faculty
- by Kevin Patton
- Examples of items mentioned in this segment.
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The Media-Friendly Faculty Office
Audio and video tips for remote teaching—but which are useful for on-campus teaching, too.
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I ask forgiveness for using the term "Spanish flu," which is considered by many to be an insult to Spanish people. I used this term in Mid-Winter Winterizing of Our Courses | Bonus Episode 63
- Spain hated being linked to the deadly 1918 flu pandemic. (Newspaper article) my-ap.us/2CQknwV
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