Instructional Resilience

Community Reflections During COVID-19

April 2, 2020, 10:30am

During times of crisis and disruption, it’s natural to default to very practical and immediate concerns. These are important. But as instructors, we also care about our students as people and as members of families and communities facing a multitude of challenges. We want to create conditions for them to thrive, even as we ourselves are learning to adapt to new and unfamiliar challenges. How do we ground ourselves in what’s important for each of us and our values, when everything is being upended? How do we sustain ourselves, meet the ever-changing needs of our students--especially those...

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Not Business as Usual: Conversations on Pedagogical Approaches to Disruptions

March 11, 2020, 5:00pm

The Instructional Resilience task force has been working to provide guidance for teaching during potential fall power outages, but the recent and unfortunate cases of COVD-19 in California have prompted an interim update to the campus' instructional resilience web page, including suggested best practices for both faculty and students.

Representatives of the Center for Teaching & Learning and Digital Learning...
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Not Business as Usual: Conversations on Pedagogical Approaches to Disruptions

March 5, 2020, 4:30pm

The Instructional Resilience task force has been working to provide guidance for teaching during potential fall power outages, but the recent and unfortunate cases of COVD-19 in California have prompted an interim update to the campus' instructional resilience web page, including suggested best practices for both faculty and students.

Representatives of the Center for Teaching & Learning and Digital Learning Services will provide a brief...
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Instructional Resilience Town Hall

February 4, 2020, 12:00pm

As the Provost announced in November, the Academic Senate, ASUC, and Graduate Assembly have formed an Instructional Resilience Task Force. This group will help develop a new approach for Berkeley to become much more resilient to power outages, air quality challenges, or other events that could disrupt ordinary instruction in the future.

To create a plan for Berkeley that works for students, faculty and staff, the Task Force wants to hear from you.

Please join us for a Town Hall listening session for faculty and staff on Tuesday, February 4 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. at...

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