The fall 2020 Learning Support (un)Academy will be a virtual event focused on the lessons learned and challenges that remain with hybrid and online Learning Support. The event will provide opportunities to share ideas and engage in discipline-specific conversations with peers from across the state.
This fall’s event will feature a general session, two discipline specific breakouts, and a panel and roundtable discussion of success strategies for supporting students in corequisite courses online.
Session recordings and materials are available below:
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Tristan Denley, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer
University System of Georgia
Integrating Reading into the Corequisite Learning Support Course
Miriam Moore, Assistant Professor of English, University of North Georgia
In this session, participants will discuss ways to support corequisite students in academic reading. Three basic concepts frame the scaffolding activities we will discuss:
During the session, participants will identify a sequence of scaffolding activities to help struggling readers, based on these concepts. Participants are encouraged to bring a favorite (or particularly difficult) reading assignment along for discussion!
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Supporting Coordination through Common Calendars
Tamela D. Randolph, Dean, College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Southeast Missouri State University
During this session, we will discuss alignment of corequisite courses and pathway courses as well as alignment across different sections of the same courses. Participants will explore a concrete, schedule-based approach to ensuring the opportunity for “just-in-time” and targeted support regardless of corequisite alignment approach.
Panel and Roundtable Discussion: Supporting Students in Learning Support Online
Justin Jernigan, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Senior Associate Vice President and Dean of Student Success, Georgia Gwinnett College
Andrea Hendricks, Online Associate Chair for Math, Georgia State University
Mary Ann “Mert” Gareis, Associate Professor of English, Middle Georgia State University
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