TLi will offer T.H.R.I.V.E. 2.0 for any faculty interested in learning opportunities to support preparation for Spring 2021. T.H.R.I.V.E. 2.0 is open to all faculty, including those who completed T.H.R.I.V.E. during Summer 2020. If you register and your plans change, that's ok! Participation is 100% optional.  T.H.R.I.V.E. 2.0 is here to provide flexible support on your terms.

Program Dates

Participate anytime between January 5th - 19th

Program Format

T.H.R.I.V.E. 2.0 is all about choice.  As a participant, you can pick and choose experiences from three fully online courses. Each course will consist of individual modules. You may complete all modules or choose only those that interest you. Each course is 100% asynchronous and self-paced with light facilitation by TLi Team Members.   Facilitators will send course announcements, respond to questions, provide feedback on assignment submissions, and be active in discussion forums.

Is There a Time Requirement?

No. The amount of time spent in T.H.R.I.V.E. 2.0 is completely up to each participant. 

What Will Participants Earn?

Participants will receive digital badges based on what they choose to complete.  Badge requirements are explained below along with course descriptions.

T.H.R.I.V.E. 2.0 Courses Options

Course Option 1: T.H.R.I.V.E. Foundations for Teaching and Learning

Badge Requirements: Complete all 6 Modules

Description: This course is best for those who have not designed an asynchronous online course.  This course will focus on culturally responsive teaching practices when organizing and facilitating the asynchronous components of a course.  Even if you plan to hold synchronous instructional sessions, every course benefits from an asynchronous backbone. 

What you can accomplish: Through this course you can develop your introductory module and your first content module.

Enroll in Foundations Course

Course Option 2: Equity in Action 2.0

Badge Requirements: Earn a unique badge for each module, or complete all 3 Modules to earn a completion badge

Description: This course includes the exceptional content developed by Drs. Michelle Hassendoncx and Amanda Quintero.  However, version 2.0 includes assignments that support creation of equity asset building content for your Spring course(s).

What you can accomplish:

  • Develop/Revise your syllabus
  • Develop Transparent Assignment Directions
  • Remove invisible barriers to academic excellence through content and module organization
  • Create a community building interaction

Enroll in Equity in Action Course

Course Option 3: Beyond Canvas

Badge Requirement: Earn a unique badge for each module, or complete all modules to earn a completion badge

Description: Many tools work well with Canvas but are not part of the Canvas Suite. Each module will focus on a specific tool to enhance asynchronous or synchronous engagement.

What you can accomplish:

  • Develop an activity for student-to-student discussion
  • Create engaging asynchronous activities using external tools integrated into Canvas
  • Create non-verbal interaction to engage with students, cameras on or off

Enroll in Beyond Canvas Course

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