Together apart: nurturing inclusive, accessible and diverse connections within the Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) community during COVID-19
Richmond-Fuller, A. 2020. Together apart: nurturing inclusive, accessible and diverse connections within the Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) community during COVID-19.
This presentation will focus on fostering a sense of belonging and community through inclusion, accessibility and diversity in Computing within the School of Engineering, Technology and Design (ETD) during the COVID-19 lockdown and beyond.
In particular, I will focus on building teaching and learning communities by working towards co-creating collaborative spaces for creative exchange by students through Blackboard and Sharepoint, and MS Teams for staff members to share good practices to improve teaching and learning outcomes; co-creating accessible environments where everybody’s potential is recognised and nurtured through a combination of support and challenge.
What strategies foster a sense of belonging and community in learning and teaching? What strategies can be employed to motivate and engage our diverse student body to collaboratively co-create and provide peer-feedback to one another as they worked together on achieving learning outcomes?
How can staff members support one another to engage students and improve achievement outcomes?
|Keywords||COVID-19; Inclusion; Accessibility; Diversity; Higher education; Teaching and learning ; Computing; BAME people|
|Conference||Canterbury Christ Church University Teaching and Learning Conference 2020|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||16 Nov 2020|
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