CTL & L/AC CoLab:
Strategies for Stressful Times
There is about a month left in the Spring semester. We know that faculty and students alike are juggling increasingly more tasks, projects and responsibilities. In these stressful times, faculty face additional challenges with teaching and classroom management struggles, such as poor attendance, late and missing assignments, difficulty reaching students.
To address these very real and important needs, we invite you to join us at the upcoming CTL and Learning Access Center CoLab sessions: Strategies for Stressful Times.
These co-hosted ‘office hour’-type sessions have no set agenda, require no RSVP, and anyone can just drop in with questions or concerns they may have about supporting struggling students:
- Thursday, March 31 – 10:00-11:00am
- Wednesday, April 6 – 2:00-3:00pm
- Tuesday, April 12 – 11:30-12:30pm
Please click this link to join at the time of the call.
In addition to providing faculty these three synchronous opportunities to share with CTL and L/AC staff specific questions, we will also share resources and strategies regarding trauma-informed and inclusive pedagogies, ways of communicating with students, care-based outreach and other ways to facilitate a student success.
Additionally, we’d like to share this upcoming webinar:
ARC Explores: Covid-19 and Mental Health in Higher Education webinar is taking place on Wednesday, March 30⋅12:00 – 1:00pm. Join the Academic Resilience Consortium for an interactive session on Covid-19 and Mental Health in Higher Education, led by Dr. Sara Gorman and Ethan Fields from The Jed Foundation (JED). Many college students are experiencing worsened mental health and emotional well-being due to the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This session will explore these challenges and address how to introduce effective programs on college campuses to bolster resilience among struggling students. Please join on Zoom for this webinar.