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Inspiring trust and risk in online discussion

Marquart, Matthea S.

This session will describe ways to build a respectful and supportive classroom community that encourages participation from all students and deepens opportunities for peer learning. Drawing from how community was created in an online course on racial identity development at the School of Social Work, this interactive session will consider how to build community in courses across a variety of departments.

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Social Work
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June 14, 2017

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Session presented at the Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning's 2017 Innovative Teaching Summer Institute, Wednesday, June 13, 2017.

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