Resilient Pedagogy

Resilient Pedagogy

 

As the first book in the Empower Teaching Open Access Book Series, Resilient Pedagogy offers a comprehensive collection on resilient pedagogy framed in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and the social justice movements that have swept the globe. As a collection, Resilient Pedagogy is a multi-disciplinary and multi-perspective response to actions taken in different classrooms, across different institution types, and from individuals in different institutional roles. Regardless of your own position or role at your institution, we invite you to take the concepts, strategies, and ideas presented in this volume and find ways to apply them to your own context.

This is a collection of 15 chapters from various authors with a foreword and introduction as well. Travis Thurston has developed a concept for the cover design, and any questions can be directed to him. In collaboration between the Office of Empowering Teaching Excellence and University Libraries: http://resilientpedagogy.usu.edu/

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Resilient Pedagogy: Practical Teaching Strategies to Overcome Distance, Disruption, and Distraction, Travis N. Thurston, Kacy Lundstrom, Christopher González, Jesse Stommel, Lindsay C. Masland, Beth Buyserie, Rachel Welton Bryson, Rachel Quistberg, David S. Noffs, Kristina Wilson, Rebecca M. Quintana, Jacob Fortman, James DeVaney, Briana D. Bowen, Christina Fabrey, Heather Keith, Steven R. Hawks, Kosta Popovic, Eric M. Reyes, Jennifer B. O'Connor, Kay C. Dee, Ella L. Ingram, Christopher Phillips, Jared S. Colton, Jenae Cohn, Elizabeth Winter, Michele C. Clark, Christopher Burns, Rebecca Campbell, Kevin Kelly, Miriam Moore, Jessica Rivera-Mueller, Kresten Erickson, Maggie Debelius, Susannah McGowan, Aiyanna Maciel, Clare Reid, and Alexa Eason

Front Matter

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Land Acknowledgment, Utah State University

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Praise for Resilient Pedagogy, Rajiv Jhangiani, Tazin Daniels, Jessamyn Neuhaus, and Josh Eyler

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Resilient Pedagogy: A Foreword, Jesse Stommel

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Introduction, Travis N. Thurston

Chapters

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Chapter 1- Resilient Pedagogy and Self-Determination: Unlocking Student Engagement in Uncertain Times, Lindsay C. Masland

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Chapter 2- Productive Disruptions: Resilient Pedagogies that Advocate for Equity, Beth Buyserie, Rachel Welton Bryson, and Rachel Quistberg

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Chapter 3- How Adult Education Can Inform Optimal Online Learning, David S. Noffs and Kristina Wilson

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Chapter 4- Advancing an Approach of Resilient Design for Learning by Designing for Extensibility, Flexibility, and Redundancy, Rebecca M. Quintana, Jacob Fortman, and James DeVaney

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Chapter 5- Lessons from Anticipatory Intelligence: Resilient Pedagogy in the Face of Future Disruptions, Briana D. Bowen

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Chapter 6- Resilient and Flexible Teaching (RAFT): Integrating a Whole-Person Experience Into Online Teaching, Christina Fabrey and Heather Keith

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Chapter 7- Innovative Pedagogies for Promoting University Global Engagement in Times of Crisis, Steven R. Hawks

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Chapter 8- Creating Adaptable Courses: A Course Design Approach that Accommodates Flexible Delivery, Kosta Popovic, Eric M. Reyes, Jennifer B. O'Connor, Kay C. Dee, and Ella Ingram

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Chapter 9- A New Normal in Inclusive, Usable Online Learning Experiences, Christopher Phillips and Jared S. Colton

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Chapter 10- Building Online Toolkits to Support the Development of Academic Skills and Digital Literacies, Jenae Cohn

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Chapter 11- Team-Based Learning Brings Academic Rigor, Collaboration, and Community to Online Learning, Elizabeth Winter, Michele C. Clark, and Christopher Burns

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Chapter 12- Conducting Guided, Virtual Homework Sessions to Support Student Success During COVID Campus Closures, Rebecca Campbell and Kevin Kelly

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Chapter 13- Asynchronous Discussions for First-Year Writers and Beyond: Thinking Outside the PPR (Prompt, Post, Reply) Box, Miriam Moore

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Chapter 14- Designing Curriculum Collaboratively: A Practice for Learning Alongside Undergraduate Teaching Assistants During Uncertain Times, Jessica Rivera-Mueller and Kresten Erickson

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Chapter 15- "Things are Different Now" A Student, Staff, and Faculty Course Design Institute Collaboration, Maggie Debelius, Susannah McGowan, Aiyanna Maciel, Clare Reid, and Alexa Eason