1. COVID-19 and How to Assist and Empower Vulnerable College Students

COVID-19 and How to Assist and Empower Vulnerable College Students

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Higher education leader Dr. Bridget Kelly will define validating agents from Laura Rendon’s validation theory and share an empirical study of what empowered marginalized students at historically white institutions (PWIs). You will learn the implications for practice and practical strategies for teaching students virtually during a global pandemic.
Event ID: 2520410
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the live presentation.
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020; 12 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Dr. Bridget Kelly

COVID-19 and How to Assist and Empower Vulnerable College Students

The trifecta of a global health pandemic, injustices against Black and Brown bodies, and an economic recession require faculty and staff to have a new game plan for educating students. You need to be especially mindful of students marginalized due to their ethnicity, race, and socioeconomic class.

Faculty and staff in higher education must intentionally empower students who are most vulnerable during COVID-19. You can serve as a validating agent who advocates, supports, and cultivates student success, particularly in virtual teaching formats.

  • Who is vulnerable during this global pandemic?
  • How can you empower vulnerable college students?
  • What are the best practices for critical validation?
  • How can you become a validating agent?
  • What changes should you make to virtual teaching sessions?

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