COIL Meet Up! Session for April – choose your time
Do you want a peak into how COIL* works?
Interested in hearing from your colleagues about what they do for COIL?
Need tips on how to deal with breakdowns in your COIL module?
Want to hear about engaging capstone projects?
Do you wonder how best to assess the COIL experience?
Then please join us for the April COIL "Meet Up!" discussion series featuring your faculty colleagues from MCC and other SUNY campuses. All meetings will be held in the Library classroom in 2-423. We will ZOOM in faculty from other SUNY campuses.
WHEN: April 5th
WHERE: Library instruction room, Brighton Campus 2-423
TIMES: 12:00 – 12:50 p.m. OR 1:00 – 1:50 p.m.
TOPIC: Calculus + Spanish = Innovative collaboration!
Hear from Spanish professor Jorge Alas and his COIL partner Ramon Antonio Felix Cuadras who will be visiting campus from his institution University of Colima in Mexico. They are COILing their courses this semester for the first time and have many insights to share.
*COIL is Collaborative Online International Learning -- In the COIL model, students from different cultures enroll in shared courses with faculty members from each country co-teaching and managing coursework. The COIL model does not merely promote courses where students from different nations co-habit an online classroom. Rather, we advocate creation of co-equal learning environments where instructors work together to generate a shared syllabus based on solid academic coursework emphasizing experiential and collaborative student learning. The classes may be fully online, or offered in blended formats with traditional face-to-face sessions taking place at both schools, while collaborative student work takes place online. <https://coil.suny.edu/
From The COIL Faculty Support Team:
Gale Lynch, Global Education and International Services
Tom Capuano, Instructional Designer
Alice Wilson, Librarian