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President's Daily Briefing on Coronavirus - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Almasi
17:14
Thank you!
erin ortiz
18:31
Yes we did
Laurie Scolari
18:42
Thank you!!!
Mary Thomas
20:14
In celebration of Mental Health Awareness check out the library’s new guide on Wellbeing: https://libguides.fhda.edu/wellbeing
Janie Garcia
27:39
This is a comprehensive article on how to respond to racial micro aggressions when they occur, especially in the classroom/school environment: https://diverseeducation.com/article/176397/
Melissa Cervantes
29:04
Dr. J. Luke Wood and Frank Harris are incredible resources! Thanks for sharing Janie!
Sara Cooper
30:15
A much more comprehensive update in the Parliament each week might also help with the “telephone” aspect of communication.
Janie Garcia
31:26
@Melissa They really are! I appreciate their dedicated work to providing solutions and tools to addressing such a sensitive issue that can often be difficult to identify and respond to.
Amy Edwards
32:12
@Sara: Yes! Great idea.
Debbie Lee
38:10
Clear guiding principles.
Debbie Lee
38:17
Have a safe place to discuss things.
Lené Whitley-Putz
38:19
cross district collaboration
bretwatson
38:26
Be more collaborative
Hilary Gomes
38:29
Allowing for virtual meetings for the ccc
Joseph Moreau
38:31
How do we equitably approach ongoing remote work strategies.
Katie Ha
38:40
ongoing remote work and study opportunities
Lisa Eshman
38:42
@Sara—agreed.
Hilary Gomes
38:46
balancing teaching and taking care of children
Betsy Nikolchev
38:46
Creative!
Janie Garcia
38:59
Gradual return to whatever that normal is. Not making promises that cannot be kept.
Joseph Moreau
39:02
The return to any "normal" will be gradual and will need to be continuosly adjusted.
Simon Pennington
39:05
Any advantage we had in Online education, will be challenged by every college going online over the last few months.
bretwatson
39:07
Move from a deficit framework.
Mary Thomas
39:08
Active, assertive service to students.
Melissa Cervantes
39:09
Easing back into our comfort - meetings, gatherings, conferences,
Lara Triona
39:09
Always keeping in mind what students will need for their future.
Janie Garcia
39:20
Mindfulness of how people want to work moving forward. Rather than deeming who is essential in-person and who is not.
Fountainetta Coleman
39:22
New Normal: Working in your solace space, and how to continue to navigate the challenge of balancing the two.
Phuong Tran
39:26
New norm - I see us live virtually in every dept. to assist students/prospects who have questions
Janie Garcia
39:37
Open mindedness in work schedules and in-person versus WFH.
Laurie Scolari
39:37
A college-wide strategy on retention and completion, especially for our first gen students (student funding formula). Emphasis on Certificates not just transfer.
Melissa Cervantes
39:38
as well as not taking for granted the opportunity to meet with a student face to face, giving them a hug when they need one
Gay Krause
39:38
Gay Krause: zoom should continue once a week with you scheduled and sharing what’s important for all of us to hear. We will also have virtual learning to sure.
Nicole Akizuki
39:49
Hybrid classes - but this ma not be for everyone.
Kathryn Maurer
39:56
Breaking down institutional, structural, cultural, etc. barriers to implement creative strategies with two-college partnerships
Isaac Escoto
40:16
What Kathryn said.
Katie Ha
40:34
yes! @kathryn
Christine Mangiameli
40:45
Small campuses, combined services and some departments. Virtual work, F2F staff for committees or two days a week as needed. Combined management team over both campuses, fewer staff and classes as we downsize.
Daphne Small
40:46
In the new normal I hope we never take for granted the importance of our in person connection with students and our campus community.
Lené Whitley-Putz
40:54
Leveraging the tools we can use districtwide
Kathryn Maurer
41:24
@Daphne - YES! I miss my students and my campus community
Lisa Eshman
41:26
@Daphne—I agree this is very important.
Fountainetta Coleman
41:32
How it “should” be: Continuing to grow in our team/community building strategies that pierce the feeling of distance in being a virtual community