Preparing to Teach During an Interruption
Strategies for Maintaining Instructional Continuity
Course delivery is vulnerable to unplanned events. Potential interruptions to class activities include but are not limited to natural disasters, widespread illness, acts of violence, planned or unexpected construction-related closures, severe weather conditions, and medical emergencies. Whatever the event, an instructional continuity plan will help you to be ready to continue teaching with minimal interruption. This workshop will give you tips to help you get started developing your own instructional continuity plan.
Note: We will use Zoom Web Conference for this virtual workshop. You will be able to attend this workshop from the comfort of your home or office. Alternatively, you can use one of the computers in CAT+FD computer lab (library, room 532A) to attend the workshop.
If you are not familiar with Zoom Web Conferencing, please view this short Join A Meeting video [0:53] for help on joining a Zoom session. You should test your system well in advance of the workshop to make sure your system will work properly.
- Led by: Ms. Janice Florent (CAT+FD); Dr. Elizabeth Yost Hammer (CAT+FD/Psychology)
- Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018
- Time: Noon - 1:00 PM
- Location: Attend virtually or come to Library rm 532A
- Sponsor: Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Faculty Development (CAT+FD)
Note: When you register for the workshop you will receive an email with the Zoom link to join the workshop.
Visit our website for additional Brightspace workshops or contact Janice Florent. Brightspace How-to guides are available. Also visit Brightspace Small Plates for Brightspace Tips.
Tags: Brightspace, disaster planning, instructional continuity, virtual
Event ID: 01710