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Experiments in Learning (Sarah Derbew) - Shared screen with speaker view
Kritika (she/her)
14:35
I swear we didn’t pay Sarah to say that!
Colin Campbell (he/him)
37:51
Woot woot Professor Derbew!!
Kritika (she/her)
37:58
++++
Jody Maxmin
38:31
Brilliant, Sarah - deeply inspiring!
Kritika (she/her)
56:54
Maybe in sections?
Lisa Hwang (she/her)
57:33
Marcelo? Nooks?
Colin Campbell (he/him)
59:47
https://www.nooks.in/
tia lillie
01:04:14
https://ctl.stanford.edu/promote-inclusive-learning/flip-video
Colin Campbell (he/him)
01:04:18
Impostor syndrome can get more intense the “higher” up we go, closer we get to being seen as an expert (grad students feel this sooo much)
Kritika (she/her)
01:04:29
@Jody: wonderful way to normalize struggle and in that way affirm challenges too, and not just strengths.
Gloriana Trujillo, CTL (she/her)
01:05:15
I try to put myself outside of my teaching comfort zone here and there — then check-in with teaching team and/or students to see how a new element landed. Sometimes we might be more self-conscious about our teaching and students just take these “experiments” in stride.
Colin Campbell (he/him)
01:05:37
Nice, Dan! 👏🏼
caitlin krause
01:06:21
Thanks, Tia!
Kritika (she/her)
01:06:22
@Dan: such a nice way of incorporating peer mentorship and community!
christy matta
01:07:22
I need to jump off for my next meeting. This has been wonderful. Thank you!
Kritika (she/her)
01:07:29
Bye, Christy!
Jody Maxmin
01:07:47
Highlight of the year!
tia lillie
01:08:24
Thank you!
caitlin krause
01:09:02
Formative not summative
Lisa Hwang (she/her)
01:09:49
Thank you so much Sarah and Kritika!!
Kritika (she/her)
01:09:58
Thank you, Lisa!
caitlin krause
01:11:53
“The Know Sandwich” @Colin I appreciate that
Jennifer Saltzman
01:11:56
Thank you! Lots of great ideas for me.
Colin Campbell (he/him)
01:12:46
“No Sandwich” positive/affirmation—feedback/hard thing to hear— affirmation again
caitlin krause
01:12:49
Gratitude!
Colin Campbell (he/him)
01:12:52
THANKS SARAH!
Marcelo Clerici-Arias
01:12:54
Thank you so much, Sarah!