Brave Space Coffee Hour
Tuesdays, 10-11 a.m.
Fridays, 3-4 p.m.
During this Zoom-based opportunity, you will practice tools, techniques, and terminology for facilitating discussions on potentially troubling topics in your classrooms. You’ll have the opportunity to explore research-based strategies for co-creating knowledge in inclusive classrooms in the company of your peers. These will be no-judgment, brave spaces, so bring your thoughts and questions and a cup of your favorite tea or coffee. To learn more, visit the CTLE events page.
Topic* for Tuesday, March 9 and Friday, March 12: Working with International Students in the Classroom
Guiding Question: If you were going to study for a degree in a place where English is not commonly spoken, what/who would you need?
o What/who would make you feel welcome?
o What/who would make you feel included?
This article on working with international students will inspire the discussion.
*Although this is the topic for the week, Brave Space Coffee Hour discussions tend to be wide-ranging.
Click here to join the session (if you are not logged into your SU Zoom account you will be prompted to do so).
This 20-minute asynchronous workshop guides faculty in tailoring a mid-course questionnaire for gathering feedback on student learning. Timeline for this semester.
Surveys can be created now through 3/14.
CTLE offers one-on-one consultations with faculty on designing the tool as well as processing what students say.
Did you miss our Discussion on Stress-Aware/Trauma-Informed Teaching? View the recording of the session.