Asynchronous Inclusive Teaching
TThe Office of Distance & Alternative Education is offering an Asynchronous Inclusive Teaching Faculty Learning Community (FLC) designed to support ACC faculty in increasing student engagement and belonging within an asynchronous online class.
ACC full-time faculty and adjunct faculty who teach Distance Education courses are eligible to apply. The FLC will be facilitated by Dr. Samuel Echevarria-Cruz, Professor of Sociology.
After successfully meeting all requirements, faculty participants are eligible to receive a $500 stipend.
Requirements include attending all meetings and completing the required assignments and activities.
- The Asynchronous Syllabus: A Purpose and Belonging Pathway
- Humanizing Asynchronous Course Content
- Panopto and Asynchronous Engagement
- TILT Assessment Framework
- Packback and Asynchronous Engagement
- Inclusive Assessment
This FLC will meet Fridays from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm on the following days (All meetings are on Zoom):
- October 6th
- October 13th
- October 20th
- October 27th
- November 3rd
- November 17th
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.