33 min

Two Years Later: Learning through a Pandemic with Two Columbia Undergraduate Students Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning

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Over the past two years, Columbia students have made multiple transitions between online, hybrid, and in-person learning during the pandemic. In today’s episode, Emma Fromont, a senior at Columbia’s School of General Studies, and Victor Jandres Rivera, a sophomore at Columbia College, discuss how these different modalities and contexts have shaped them as learners. Emma and Victor share dead ideas they have discovered in topics such as learning with technology, building community, and grading. They also share strategies that their instructors have used that have been particularly helpful in their learning. Resource* Resources and reflections (https://ctl.columbia.edu/faculty/sapp/) developed by the Undergraduate Student Consultants on Teaching and Learning with CTL staff, as part of the Students as Pedagogical Partners initiative Transcript available at http://ctl.columbia.edu/podcast (http://ctl.columbia.edu/podcast)

Over the past two years, Columbia students have made multiple transitions between online, hybrid, and in-person learning during the pandemic. In today’s episode, Emma Fromont, a senior at Columbia’s School of General Studies, and Victor Jandres Rivera, a sophomore at Columbia College, discuss how these different modalities and contexts have shaped them as learners. Emma and Victor share dead ideas they have discovered in topics such as learning with technology, building community, and grading. They also share strategies that their instructors have used that have been particularly helpful in their learning. Resource* Resources and reflections (https://ctl.columbia.edu/faculty/sapp/) developed by the Undergraduate Student Consultants on Teaching and Learning with CTL staff, as part of the Students as Pedagogical Partners initiative Transcript available at http://ctl.columbia.edu/podcast (http://ctl.columbia.edu/podcast)

33 min