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Being Relational: Building a Learner-Centered Syllabus - Shared screen with speaker view
Dari Desousa
05:21
the resource link did not work for me.
Irina Potapova
06:47
They're dense!
Dari Desousa
06:56
It's too long.
Rebecca Nee
07:12
They assume we will explain it to them on the first day
Yashu Chen
07:17
Not written in daily language
Rebecca Nee
07:19
User policies
Philip Combiths
13:29
Hi, and thank you for hosting this!
Dari Desousa
18:56
not yet
Minjeong Kim
19:05
can you show the link again?
Philip Combiths
19:16
I see the document
Rebecca Nee
19:17
yes
Stacey Sinclair
19:18
See doc
Yashu Chen
19:20
your google drive
Minjeong Kim
20:05
thank you!!
Philip Combiths
22:07
13
Stacey Sinclair
22:09
3
Irina Potapova
22:09
14
Rebecca Nee
22:09
5
Dari Desousa
22:13
13
Minjeong Kim
22:26
15
Yashu Chen
22:33
12
Rebecca Nee
26:11
Is it okay to have the schedule as a separate doc
Rebecca Nee
26:37
Yes - thanks
Philip Combiths
26:51
does the syllabus need to be a document, or can it be, say a Canvas page instead?
Dari Desousa
31:46
can you show the link again please
Jennifer Imazeki
33:08
https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1oItgdgRRu-ESK0wsbI2cNkWoPn5CHdOa
Dari Desousa
36:20
conversational tone
Dari Desousa
36:37
draws me in to want to read more
Philip Combiths
37:19
It's written in prose, like it's meant to be read in a sitting
Rebecca Nee
41:13
It’s written in first person
Dari Desousa
41:46
starts with a great quote
Dari Desousa
42:10
that is what immediately caught my eye because I've never seen a syllabus with a meaningful quote
Yashu Chen
42:47
connects to students' experience
Minjeong Kim
42:48
section titles
Minjeong Kim
43:33
not so dry
Minjeong Kim
44:03
the third paragraph of "a bit about the course"
Dari Desousa
44:07
super clear and understandable
Stacey Sinclair
44:13
identifies prof as most important resource to them
Yashu Chen
44:23
Q&A format?
Philip Combiths
53:13
unforgiving
Philip Combiths
53:20
inflexible
Stacey Sinclair
59:48
great…thanks!
Philip Combiths
01:04:58
"You’ve probably studied U.S. history before..."
Philip Combiths
01:05:26
"It also might prompt you to reflect on how and why you choose to act (or not to act) in response to the local, national, and global forces shaping our world now."
Irina Potapova
01:05:54
"this course is designed to help you develop these habits of mind"
Irina Potapova
01:06:23
"if you fully engage... this course may well shape how you understand, think about, and act in the world"
Philip Combiths
01:06:30
"Doing this project, and doing it well, matters not only for the success of our course, but also to our local community."
Irina Potapova
01:11:31
no questions :)
Rebecca Nee
01:18:14
Syllabus quiz
Stacey Sinclair
01:18:26
Haven’t done it before but am doing syllabus quiz in fall
Philip Combiths
01:19:20
Refer to it throughout the course?
Yashu Chen
01:19:20
course schedule
Yashu Chen
01:19:45
deadlines about assignments?
Yashu Chen
01:20:02
yes, thank you!
Rebecca Nee
01:21:28
I’m taking sections of it and putting it on Canvas as well for easy reference
Minjeong Kim
01:26:42
Thank you so much for this session!
Irina Potapova
01:26:50
The examples were so helpful1
Irina Potapova
01:26:52
*!
Philip Combiths
01:27:00
Yes, thank you! Dissecting this really nice example syllabus was great
Minjeong Kim
01:27:06
I love the example and the session gave me a lot of ideas!
Rebecca Nee
01:27:30
A lot to think about for sure - thanks
Stacey Sinclair
01:27:46
thanks Jennifer!
Yashu Chen
01:27:47
The history syllabus informed me of how I can revise my syllabus to make students more likely to read it!
Dari Desousa
01:27:47
Thank you, I am so revamping my syllabus for fall.
Yashu Chen
01:27:59
Thank you for the useful examples!
Minjeong Kim
01:28:05
Thank you and Cheers~!
Rebecca Nee
01:28:14
Thank you!