Teaching Dialogues

An Anti-Racist & Equity-Minded Community of Practice


 

 

Join your colleagues at Teaching Dialogues to discuss effective teaching practices for remote/online and F2F formats. Teaching Dialogues is an anti-racist and equity-minded community of practice that meets through Zoom. It is interdisciplinary and open to all faculty. 

 

 

Register via the Vision Resource Center to get the link and earn Professional Development credit. If you have any challenges with the Vision Resource Center registration, please contact Derrek.Gudino@gcccd.edu, the VRC Administrator. 


Spring 2022 Sessions

Select Fridays 2:00-3:30pm

April 15th

April 29th

May 20th

            

 
 

 


 

Teaching Dialogues Sessions

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@One Inspiration: Liquid Syllabus  
 

By: Kim Lenox - English Instructor

Video Link - 19 mins

 

Contract Grading
Creating Videos for Online Classes  

 

By: Brianna Brown - English Instructor

Video Link - 12 mins

 

Culturally Responsive Teaching & Learning in the Classroom

 

By: Marissa Salazar - Psychology Professor & Raquel Jacob-Alameida - Chair, Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

Video Link - 46 mins

 

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Discussion
Equity-Minded Assessments  

 

By: Araceli Centanino - History Professor

 

 

Video Link - 18 mins

 

Equity-Minded Changes Applied in the Classroom
Equity-Minded Teaching Practices in a COVID World

 

By: Marissa Salazar - Psychology Professor

 

Video Link - 23 mins

 

Equity-Minded Practices: Remote Teaching & Learning

 

By: Moriah Gonzalez-Meeks - Chair, History, Humanities & Philosophy Instructor

Moriah's Presentation

 

Video Link - 18 mins

 

Equitable Teaching (During a Pandemic)
Facilitating Group Work on Zoom  

By: Rachel Polakoski - Mathematics Instructor

Video Link - 18 mins

How to Make the Curriculum Relevant, Creating a Democratized Classroom and How to Build Meaningful Relationships  

 

By: Lauren Halsted - Chair, English Department

Video Link - 21 mins

 

Late Assignment and Resubmission Policies Reflection  

 

By: Nicole Hernandez - Child Development Instructor 

Video Link - 17 mins

 

Math Through an Equity-Minded Lens

By: Terrie Nichols - Math Instructor

 

Power: Assessment and Privilege

 

By: Moriah Gonzalez-Meeks - Chair, History, Humanities & Philosophy Instructor

 

Video Link - 25 mins

 

Project Based Learning + Equity

By: Scott Stambach - Physics Instructor

 

Video Link - 15 mins

Remote Learning Technology Tools for Instructors   

 

By: Steve Weinert - Psychology Instructor

 

Video Link - 14 mins

 

Taking the Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) Framework Online  

 

By: Tania Jabour - English Instructor, Student Learning Outcome Coordinator

Video Link - 19 mins

 

Sharing Power in the Classroom

 

By: Karen Marrujo - English Instructor

 

Video Link - 26 mins

 

Supporting Students During a Pandemic  
 

By: Annalinda Arroyo - Mathematics Instructor

 

Video Link - 24 mins

 

Using Open Educational Resources (OER)

 

By: Karla Gutierrez - Spanish Instructor

 

Video Link - 27 mins

 

Why and How I Ungrade

 

By: Mary Klann - History Instructor

Video Link - 17 mins

 

 

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Campus Resources

Canvas Tools

 

Canvas Tools 

Communication with Students

 

 

Communication with Students


Teaching Practices

 

Teaching Practices  
 

Technology Tools

Technology Tools


Zoom Resources

Zoom Resources