Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Digital Landscape Together
Weekly Schedule

September 15 to September 18, 2020

Looking for ways to support student learning online?


Canvas 102: Student-Centered Design

Tuesday, 9/15, 10:30 AM – 12 PM

Baffled by how to make your online Canvas courses learner-centered? Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair, for this Learn and Practice session in which he shares his own Canvas site and provides tips for designing a student-centered course.  



Looking for ways to engage and assess students more equitably?


ePortfolios: Tools for Synchronous & Asynchronous Engagement

Tuesday, 9/15, 3 PM – 4 PM

Looking for ways to assess your student work in an equitable way? Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning and students as they provide “how tos” and models as well as discussing how eportfolios can enrich student engagement while offering a viable option for more holistically assessing student learning in times of crisis and beyond.

Feeling overwhelmed? Find your center

Mindfulness for Educators

Wednesday, 9/16, 10 AM – 11 AM

Looking for ways to be more centered, resilient, peaceful, kind, and present for your students and yourself? Join 3CSN coordinator Sarah Sullivan and educators across the state in this intentional space to practice mindful breathing, reflective journaling, and heart sharing.

Miss your office community? Join us!

Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals 

Wednesday, 9/16, 3PM – 4 PM

Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.



Searching for ways to make your classroom more equitable?

Equity in Action: Praxis Sessions: Book Groups for Equity

Thursday, 9/17, 10 AM – 11 AM

In this session, Erik Armstrong (College of the Sequoias) , Kyle Hull (Gavilan), and Nicole Bryant Lescher (College of the Redwoods) model and share some of the work they have done as a book group reading Feldman’s Grading for Equity, focusing on the inquiry questions, “how can a book group disrupt the transactional relationship with knowledge and tools for equity work, and how did this work for us?”



Need help with Canvas?

Shop Talk: Canvas

Thursday, 9/17, 11 AM – 12 PM

Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Canvas– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through- facilitated by Josh Miller, Communications Studies Chair, Los Angeles Valley College.

 Spotlight Series

Civic Dialogues Series Session 1: Democracy and Higher Education

 Friday, 9/18, 11 AM – 1 PM

Dr. David Scobey, Director, Bringing Theory to Practice

Each weekly session of the series is two hours in length, from 11am to 1pm. During the first hour our guest speaker will share their topic and address your questions. This will be followed with a facilitated lunchtime discussion designed to help you consider how these ideas or models could be practiced on your campus or in your classrooms.


Peer educators, prepare to problem-solve!

Learning Assistance Hour:  The “Think Aloud and Paired Problem Solving” (TAPPS) Strategy

Friday, 9/18, 3 PM – 4 PM

In this highly interactive session, participants will learn about and experience a strategy that encourages students to pair up, make their thinking visible, and think through sticky problems together. We will read, discuss, and pair up together, so come ready to get involved. An optional half-hour for further exploration will follow the session.