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ReCONNECT to Move Forward: Impact on Higher Education and the Future of Work - #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Langer
13:34
So excited for everyone to hear from these higher ed leaders. Remarkable is the right word for sure!
Sarah Langer
13:48
So excited for everyone to hear from these higher ed leaders. Remarkable is the right word for sure!
Sarah Langer
15:23
College begins in kindergarten (but really Pre-K)!!
Ellen Beasley
15:42
“College begins in Kindergarten” LOVE that!
Leslie Boney
15:45
Agree with that point -- getting students ready for higher education and lifelong learning begins REALLY early
Leslie Boney
17:20
Have to change the ENTIRE culture to get these results
Leslie Boney
17:58
PEOPLE have to buy in to the culture.
Maggie
20:35
"We have no choice but to work with each other." Love that!
Sarah Langer
20:57
@Maggie-very true for many of our regions
Russ Haddad
22:32
How do you get people to change the entire culture and buy into it when that usually means systemic disruption of the status quo?
Katie Gailes - she/her
24:58
Change must come from the hearts and minds of individuals. Institutional activities can certain set the tone. And institutions can update the rules and the standards. But, until we accept our complete and true history as a nation and then get people talking about that history, sustainable change will continue to be a major challenge.
Buck Goldstein
27:29
sorry this went only to panelists the first time.
Buck Goldstein
29:02
To change culture you need to start with recruitment, admissions, faculty hiring and promotion and diverse leadership
Phil Kirk
30:05
I am very pleased with the way community colleges, public and private colleges and universities are seriously working together as never before. Legislators and all taxpayers support this culture.
Leslie Boney
30:05
Chancellor Woodson: Too often campuses are judged based on the quality of the product that walks in their door to continue their education. We need to judge people based on what is different about them when they FINISH their education with us.
Leslie Boney
31:49
Chancellor Wilcox: People will tell you you can't have both excellence and inclusion. We've proven that's not true.
Leslie Boney
33:00
President Serrata: 37% of our entering students move up at least two income quintiles after finishing their education with us.
Carolyn Bird
33:14
Sorry. This went to just the panelists before.
Kirsten Chang
33:14
Thanks to Mary Elizabeth McIntosh for sharing this: https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-universities/social-mobility
Carolyn Bird
33:20
Perhaps higher education needs to educate the public about the many ways colleges, universities and community colleges are working together to serve the diverse needs of the public.
Sarah Langer
33:20
More about where Raj Chetty's work is now: https://opportunityinsights.org/
Sarah Langer
34:03
Kudos to UNCG and Salem College!
Leslie Boney
34:48
John Dewey a long time ago: "Democracy is born anew with each generation. Education is its midwife."
Leslie Boney
36:51
Chancellor Wilcox: Many universities were built on a history of stealing land from native americans. We're built on a history of serving mostly whites. We have some reflecting to do....to take a step ahead.
Sarah Langer
38:19
The Remarkable Panelists lived up to the hype! That was a fantastic discussion. Than you all.
Sarah Langer
40:30
Glad we are able to touch on the whole pipeline for a moment, especially as Dr. Serrata said it starts in Kindergarten (Pre-k!)
Russ Haddad
43:54
Does online/remote instruction allow for more adaptability and less cookie-cutter curricula?
Sarah Langer
45:11
We heard some of this earlier today in the student panel
Maggie
46:00
Russ - that's a great question! I also wonder if online learning allows learning to be more or less "socially embedded"
Kylie Foley
48:23
SO true, but also heard from one of our Community College partners that some students pulled out of this semester because previous online instruction was incredibly hard for them. Virtual learning that acknowledges this (flexibility, one-on-one plan with students, etc.) is vital right now
Kirsten Chang
48:38
College Unbound: https://www.collegeunbound.org/
Kirsten Chang
49:57
Minerva: https://www.minerva.kgi.edu/
Katie Gailes - she/her
50:51
Students need to be prepped for online learning. So, basically, they need a prerequisite course that teaches them how to be a successful online student.
Sarah Langer
51:07
Interesting models out there. Some "radical" but some have components that seem pretty relevant
Maggie
51:59
That's a really important point, Katie!
Buck Goldstein
52:37
There is no right answer for all students. Critical for a school to decide what students they intend to serve and not try to be all things to all students.
Sarah Langer
55:23
Yes-thank you to all of our sponsors, board members and Steering committee members.
Tony Reevy
55:44
Thank you, sponsors!
Kelly Young
56:02
Thank you, Sarah!
Tony McLean Brown
56:21
thank you Leslie and your great team!
Buck Goldstein
56:25
Great job IEI
Michelle Bolas
56:30
Great session Sarah and IEI team!
Nation Hahn
56:30
Great work all!
Katie Gailes - she/her
56:41
Thanks to the team for a great event.
Mark Sorrells
56:43
Thanks to all for the learning opportunity.
Carolyn Bird
56:54
Great session IEI
Russ Haddad
57:05
Well done. Thank you!
Dr. Whitney White
57:10
This was really fantastic, Leslie & Co! Great job!!
Zach Barricklow
57:11
Thanks for the great session today!
Mary Elizabeth McIntosh
57:30
Thank you all! IEI always does a fantastic job with conferences!
Leslie Garvin
57:52
Great job all!
Anne Bacon
57:53
Great event - thanks!
Brandon Guthrie
57:59
Thanks so much! This has been fantastic!