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Quality Assurance PLC - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her)
27:40
Good morning all!
Ashley Skylar
29:10
Flyer https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dCevWMcI1tqtntTfaYMX3QNwbUy7VPo2vkyAu5lSp78/edit?usp=sharing
Ashley Skylar
32:27
Course Description https://ocs.calstate.edu/courses
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
42:18
I’m going to stay muted as there’s construction taking place next door & it’s loud. Cal Poly SLO is offering our Intro to Online Teaching again this summer (4-week) but we are going to incorporate hybrid practices in the course for those who want to leverage online in their courses moving forward but who don’t want to deliver fully online.
Deb Perry (she/hers)
43:16
Bichronous
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
43:58
We’re categorizing that under the (FO) Face-to-face Online category.
Mary Bennett
44:08
Fresno State: Currently in a holding pattern for campus training on hy flex, not exactly sure what this will look like at this point. Faculty are finishing up ACUE and the Inclusive Learning and Teaching Cert.
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
44:13
Will post a link
Chiara Ferrari
44:28
Chico: we are primarily focusing on hyflex, we will have a GoFlex training (possibly two) and we are working on a call for applications. In Faculty Development we are focusing more on experiential learning in another training, based on workshops that will give tools for very practical application in the class. But the big training are about hyflex technology and pedagogy, and we are partnering with academic technologies and classroom technology.
Michelle Dang - Sac State
44:41
We are still working on our summer plan at Sac State, but will most likely have IYOC and APPQMR embedded as part of our faculty learning communities with additional deliverables such as peer review of courses. We will also launch a summer institute later in May with a focus on flexible instructions and equity.
Mark Laumakis - SDSU
44:55
SDSU is planning a two-pronged two-week training in the first two weeks of August. One track will focus on instructors who have already been through the Flexible Course Design Institute (Summer 2020 or Winter 2021). The other track will focus on instructors who have somehow not received any training regarding online teaching.
Allison Evans
45:21
CSUB: Rebecca Weller is working on continuing training. We are switching to Canvas and a lot of trainings have been geared to LMS. Summer programming still in the works.
Shelli Wynants - Fullerton
45:53
Fullerton - we'll be running sections again this summer of our Remote Teaching in Canvas - beginner, intermediate and a new advanced level. We'll also have 2 DYOC online cohort sections, one in June and one in July. We'll have 2 sections of our Blended/Flipped Design program. And we'll encourage OCS offerings this summer as well.
Allison Evans
46:32
https://www.csub.edu/ftlc
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
47:07
yes
Mark Laumakis - SDSU
47:14
SDSU website: https://its.sdsu.edu/covid-19/flex/
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
47:21
It is fully online, we’ll teach about hybrid
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
47:26
HSU will be offering our Pivot to Online Learning and Teaching course this summer - details here: https://sites.google.com/humboldt.edu/pivotliquidsyllabus/home Prioritization and compensation will be given to new online courses and/or hyflex or bisynchronous courses
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
47:28
Probably get back to campus in Fall
Bradford Owen
47:33
CSUSB: Have just received approval from Faculty Senate to adopt Canvas alongside Blackboard for Fall 2021, so online courses will be designed in Canvas from now on. We are planning a Summer Virtual Teaching Institute, in which faculty will take a short Canvas training course and then either QLT Q1 or Q3; finally, they and their dept chair commit to develop a quality online course for AY 2022-2023 guided by QLT core 24 evaluation instrument. We will also provide training in using our "Next Generation Smart Classrooms," designed to facilitate excellent cosynchronous teaching by faculty.
Allison Evans
47:34
Also maybe a re-do of Rebecca’s TOPS training. Four days, one hour synchronous
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
47:35
We’re not back on campus yet - yes, correct
Megan Eberhardt
49:01
CSUCI: Working on guides too building a course backbone to support flexible learning. Not sure on branding. Working on breaking up previous online teaching & learning courses into mini-modules. Like @Deb said, our faculty are burnt out. We are working on ‘Short’ self-paced engagements and then layering over opportunities for more facilitated options. Not sure what that’s going to look like, we are drafting in Google Docs and using Duke’s Flexible Teaching website as a model but changing the content to match our campus terms and faculty/student needs (their site is CC-BY). We are looking into a pilot with OneHE. We also have Humanizing STEM Academy participation. Right now getting a pulse and organizing (cleaning up) all that was created and 3rd party options (CO Trainings, OneHE, etc).
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
49:35
Cal Poly’s senate resolution with modality definitions is here: https://content-calpoly-edu.s3.amazonaws.com/academicsenate/1/images/AS-896-20.pdf - I am still looking for the CSU AS document we took the definitions from
Megan Eberhardt
49:49
Are campuses planning to offer stipends for faculty participation?
Anne Soon Choi
50:00
CSUDH: We are waiting on budget decisions but we are planning a couple of summer micro courses. And we are working on recruiting a college/department cohort for QM and we are setting up a schedule/pipeline for QM course certification and to build department/college specific facilitator. There will be some training around BB ultra since this training is happening. We should have QM page on our FDC page soon.
Megan Eberhardt
51:07
How are campuses helping faculty asses the quality of the remote courses they’ve built and leverage their work moving ahead?
Marvin Mayo
51:09
Long Beach: We are offering 2 tiers of training. Still in development, but that will include a beginner track (similar to last summer) and a more advanced track for those who want more teaching strategies and revolving around 24-30 QM standards and teaching modes. Both will be offered fully online with many synchronous sessions to build community. Hyflex or “flexible classroom” training will most likely be offered in August and still being developed in collaboration with our classroom techs and instructional designers.
Deb Perry (she/hers)
51:10
@Megan we’re planning to offer stipends from HEERF funds, but of course nothing has been decided yet.
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
51:11
@Megan - HSU will offer PD funds based on the two priorities of our Provost’s Office: new online course development or hyflex
Megan Eberhardt
51:41
Thanks @Kim, @Deb
Deb Perry (she/hers)
51:54
@Ashley, SFSU is likewise wrapping up ACUE and participating in the Humanizing STEM Academy
Jessica
52:10
EB has planned a virtual summer institute with conference style programming to manage different levels and provide choice of hands on versus presentation sessions. Also a cosynch 1/2 day co-synchronous workshop on cosynchronous teaching. So we will present on ground and attendees will have the option to attend either way. Our campus meets this week with three CFA per the recent communique to have the stipend approved by CFA.
Deb Perry (she/hers)
52:54
@Megan great question! We’re hoping to use peer observation for that self-assessment and leveraging faculty’s new expertise going forward
Jennifer Redd
53:06
The topics/modules are as follows: context, community, engagement, assessment, and adaption and innovation.
Megan Eberhardt
53:26
@Kim how are you defining Hyflex at HSU?
Chiara Ferrari
54:13
Chico ADD: we started a ChicoFlex Spring pilot with 5 faculty who will help us learn about hyflex pedagogy and help us plan the summer training. For the GoFlex trainings we have a budget for up to 200 faculty participants and 10 faculty mentors. This is the ChicoFlex website: https://www.csuchico.edu/tlp/chicoflex/index.shtml
Megan Eberhardt
54:19
@Deb will peer review be a faculty community supported by your unit? We tried feedback circles this semester.
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
55:12
@Megan, yes. I’m curious how your feedback circles went. You know we learned so much from you (2 years ago now?) when we met with you to learn about your peer review process!
Chiara Ferrari
55:15
We also created a series of videos to explain MOIs at Chico State and expectations about those MOIs: https://www.csuchico.edu/tlp/chicoflex/modes-instruction.shtml
Megan Eberhardt
55:40
@Deb we can meet for sure. I’d love to see the CSU start an ID to ID network!
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
55:40
@michelle, we’re hearing the same thing: faculty want to keep teaching online - even more so, they want to teach hybrid, maybe coming back to campus only 1 day a week
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
55:44
We created a quick workshop for our Course Information Management system to help faculty request other modalities
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
55:49
Not HSU
Shelli Wynants - Fullerton
56:02
Fullerton is 65% f2f courses for Fall with prediction of zero social distance, full class sizes
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
56:02
Not SFSU either. They are leaving it up to faculty to decide.
cynthia melendrez
56:07
We still don’t know
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
56:23
HSU expects to increase our current small F2F offerings by 30-40%
Chiara Ferrari
56:51
Chairs at Chico State also have received communication to increase F2F classes
Allison Evans
56:55
Our dept is all staying home (psychology) as we had decide scheduling a while ago now.
Megan Eberhardt
56:55
CSUCI - It’s a moving target! Our goal is fully open, but each program is getting to make their own plans - which depends on Chairs and Deans
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
57:18
Yes, hearing from Chico & SDSU, I wonder if we’ll hear more of this too…
Allison Evans
57:18
Remote/online a few F2F labs
Jessica
59:04
We are also working on definitions, and not using hyflex unless a faculty states they want it. Workload issues are likely to arise because of the “three course” in one. The online campus is working with the English Department on a hyflex STUDENT model/pilot with 3 sections of a class each offered in one of the three modes with syllabi etc aligned and the students can flexibly move about from on ground, asynch, or synth online.
Megan Eberhardt
59:08
I’m concerned about participation too. We offered opportunities over Winter and we had almost 0 participation - but did not offer a stipend.
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
01:00:09
We offered a stipend for April workshops and have had near 0 response as well. Burnout is real.
Chiara Ferrari
01:00:18
Our personnel office told us that they have approved the stipend
Megan Eberhardt
01:00:25
^Yep @Catherine.
Anne Soon Choi
01:00:35
I have had a number of one on one requests to prepare syllabi for fall…ie to apply the things that folks have learned
Megan Eberhardt
01:01:02
^yes - I’m considering how to offer 1:1 support but we have limited capacity when it comes to personnel.
cynthia melendrez
01:04:30
CSUSM is early stages of planning we don’t have any update right now
cynthia melendrez
01:05:43
We are going to continue with the previous training online tools, online student engage, but we still don’t know if we are moving to canvas, we are waiting to know in order to have the proper training
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:05:53
@Daniel, thank you for your great work on anti-racist faculty development! As you know, we added it to our version of the QLT instrument (with attribution of course) and it’s vital. Thank you.
Michelle Dang - Sac State
01:06:09
That’s great Daniel that are you using your work
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
01:06:15
This is great Daniel!
Allison Evans
01:07:43
Very awesome! I am registered for this Friday: Decolonizing Psychology Training Virtual Conference scheduled for Friday, April 16, 2021 starting at 9:00 a.m. Love what you are doing!
Chiara Ferrari
01:07:44
Chico: we are primarily focusing on hyflex in summer, we will have a GoFlex training (possibly two) and we are working on a call for applications. In Faculty Development we are focusing more on experiential learning in another training, based on workshops that will give tools for very practical application in the class. But the big training are about hyflex technology and pedagogy, and we are partnering with academic technologies and classroom technology.
Megan Eberhardt
01:07:56
^yes - Daniel. Looking forward to more.
cynthia melendrez
01:09:09
Sorry I have to leave, thank you
Daniel Soodjinda - Stan State
01:11:05
Thank you everyone for the support! If anyone is interested in piloting a program that looks at the efficacy of the anti-racist objectives in online teaching rubric, please send me an email. Maybe we could do a big study together! dsoodjinda@csustan.edu
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:11:24
@Daniel, yes!
Michelle Dang - Sac State
01:11:42
thanks Daniel. I know of colleagues who would be very interested in collaborating.
Michelle Dang - Sac State
01:11:46
I will share your email
Daniel Soodjinda - Stan State
01:11:59
Great! Thank you!
Allison Evans
01:12:44
CSUB: May 3 registration opens; classes already determined —
Mark Laumakis - SDSU
01:13:06
SDSU Fall 2021 plan: https://newscenter.sdsu.edu/sdsu_newscenter/news_story.aspx?sid=78377
Mark Laumakis - SDSU
01:14:50
I'll be sharing that survey with a truckload of PSY 101 students in the final week of April. :)
Mary Bennett
01:19:53
Resilient and Hyflex would be great
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
01:21:09
Cal Poly’s senate resolution with modality definitions is here: https://content-calpoly-edu.s3.amazonaws.com/academicsenate/1/images/AS-896-20.pdf
Megan Eberhardt
01:21:28
Thanks @Catherine
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:21:34
Does anyone have recommendations for anti-racist training for faculty developers?
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
01:22:36
@Deb, Jennifer at SDSU developed an antiracist pedagogy
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:22:40
I wish I could take Daniel’s FLC!
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
01:23:01
Also, there is another antiracist pedagogy curriculum that was shared on POD. I will get the link right now
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:23:06
debperry@sfsu.edu
Megan Eberhardt
01:23:07
^Yes - I agree with Deb!
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:23:14
Thanks @kim and @allison
Megan Eberhardt
01:23:24
That would be awesome @Daniel!
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:23:25
@Daniel Y E S please
Megan Eberhardt
01:23:35
I’m in!
Lindsay Vance (she/her/hers)
01:23:48
@USC: https://cue.usc.edu/
Lindsay Vance (she/her/hers)
01:24:07
The syllabus review tool is very helpful ^
Megan Eberhardt
01:24:39
I’d be very interested in participating in that type of work this summer
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
01:24:46
@Daniel I am in, too!
Anne Soon Choi
01:25:21
@Daniel…sounds great
Allison Evans
01:25:28
Deb: Shaun Harper
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:25:36
Thanks @Allison
Allison Evans
01:25:50
USC Race and Equity Center Founder and Executive Director — amazing!
Allison Evans
01:25:53
He does trainings
Anne Soon Choi
01:26:08
Bye everyone…I have a meeting at 10. Thanks so much!
Kim Vincent-Layton (she, her) - HSU
01:27:45
Thank you everyone!
Deb Perry, SFSU (she/hers)
01:27:46
Thanks everyone for great conversation and sharing resources!
Allison Evans
01:27:53
Thank you!
Michelle Dang - Sac State
01:27:59
Bye everyone! Have to run to another meeting
Megan Eberhardt
01:27:59
Thank you all - Looking forward to learning more about AR QLT
Catherine Cal Poly SLO
01:28:03
Thank you!