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Ming-Jung Ho
22:14
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Ming-Jung Ho
24:14
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Yvonne Hernandez
25:36
I apologize for turning off my camera so I can eat lunch. Will be back soon.
Caleb McKinney
25:51
^^^same!
Ming-Jung Ho
26:01
No problem. Enjoy your lunch!
Ming-Jung Ho
29:52
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Adi Haramati
39:02
The most common concern students bring to me as a course director is: ‘I spend all this time studying and I underperformed. How do I improve learning?’ So, the cognitive component needs work many times.
Kristi Graves
57:40
I applaud the idea of intentionally building bridges and connections to foster the learning and development process of our students. Thank you Dean Taylor!
Adi Haramati
01:00:38
Imposter syndrome is common
Susan Cheng (she I her I hers)
01:03:54
so too is stereotype threat in a rigorous academic environment
Adi Haramati
01:05:10
@Dean Cheng, I agree
Yvonne Hernandez
01:15:32
Suggest getting rid of the slides so we can see each other.
Kristi Graves
01:16:54
Dean Taylor, thank you for an exceptional talk. Happy to collaborate regarding how we can think about 'proactive' faculty development in these areas to support our students.
Kim Bullock
01:23:17
Thank you Dean Taylor for this insightful, highly activating presentation. You have shared very practical information that will enhance our student partnership in learning!
Eileen Moore
01:28:03
Thank you!
Nkemdilim Naya Igwe
01:28:07
Thanks Dean Taylor
ArDonna Hamilton (she/her)
01:28:15
Thank you!!
Henry Li
01:28:17
Thank you Dean Taylor