President's Daily Briefing on Coronavirus - Shared screen with speaker view
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In celebration of Mental Health Awareness check out the library’s new guide on Wellbeing: https://libguides.fhda.edu/wellbeing
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/
Dr. J. Luke Wood and Frank Harris are incredible resources! Thanks for sharing Janie!
A much more comprehensive update in the Parliament each week might also help with the “telephone” aspect of communication.
@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.
@Sara: Yes! Great idea.
Clear guiding principles.
Have a safe place to discuss things.
cross district collaboration
Be more collaborative
Allowing for virtual meetings for the ccc
How do we equitably approach ongoing remote work strategies.
ongoing remote work and study opportunities
balancing teaching and taking care of children
Gradual return to whatever that normal is. Not making promises that cannot be kept.
The return to any "normal" will be gradual and will need to be continuosly adjusted.
Any advantage we had in Online education, will be challenged by every college going online over the last few months.
Move from a deficit framework.
Active, assertive service to students.
Easing back into our comfort - meetings, gatherings, conferences,
Always keeping in mind what students will need for their future.
Mindfulness of how people want to work moving forward. Rather than deeming who is essential in-person and who is not.
New Normal: Working in your solace space, and how to continue to navigate the challenge of balancing the two.
New norm - I see us live virtually in every dept. to assist students/prospects who have questions
Open mindedness in work schedules and in-person versus WFH.
A college-wide strategy on retention and completion, especially for our first gen students (student funding formula). Emphasis on Certificates not just transfer.
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: 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.
Hybrid classes - but this ma not be for everyone.
Breaking down institutional, structural, cultural, etc. barriers to implement creative strategies with two-college partnerships
What Kathryn said.
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.
In the new normal I hope we never take for granted the importance of our in person connection with students and our campus community.
Leveraging the tools we can use districtwide
@Daphne - YES! I miss my students and my campus community
@Daphne—I agree this is very important.
How it “should” be: Continuing to grow in our team/community building strategies that pierce the feeling of distance in being a virtual community