In this course, students will begin to learn to communicate and facilitate effectively, collaborate as a team member, manage projects successfully, practice self-care, and direct their own learning beyond the classroom. Students will participate in lectures, discussions, and workshop every week. Students will submit bi-weekly journal entries, and deliver a group project at the end of the quarter.
Technology required for successful engagement includes high speed internet and a computer (not just cell phone) for Canvas; Online Research; Zoom (including breakout rooms with audio and video); Film streaming services through the Evergreen Library; and MS Office 365 including One-Drive. If students find themselves unable to participate due to technology, caregiving obligations, economic disruption, health risk, or illness, they should be pro-active in working with faculty to pursue alternate options to earn related or reduced credit. Students can expect remote teaching to be around 3-4 hours of synchronous (scheduled) coursework every week, using Canvas.
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any field or job that requires professional communication, good time management, and the ability to effectively manage both self and others