Working and Teaching Remotely is an online program where members of the San Diego State Community can come together and get practical advice/suggestions on how to deal with the new environment we are all experiencing. There are short* video segments on a range of topics (see the accordians below), with corresponding live virtual sessions for an opportunity to interact with the facilitators of the segments. Please check this page regularly for additional topics, times and dates. Please register to receive the Zoom link for live sessions.

* Pro tip: Although all the videos are fairly short, you can make them even shorter by clicking on the settings icon and increasing the playback speed without losing any of the content. 

Topic Upcoming Virtual Sessions

Keeping Your Zoom Sessions Secure 
Strategies and settings to prevent "Zoombombing" and other disruptive behavior in your Zoom meetings or class sessions

Monday, April 20, 1-1:45pm
Wednesday, April 22, 10-10:45am

Conversation with Graduate Students: Academic Journey through COVID-19 Outbreak 
Come share and talk about issues and questions on your mind as you think about continuing and/or completing your academic career at San Diego State University through the COVID-19 outbreak.

Thursday, April 9, 11:00am-noon
Thursday, April 16, 11:00am-noon
Thursday, April 23, 11:00am-noon
Thursday, April 30, 1:00pm-2:00pm

Working from Home While Homeschooling
Practical tips on developing a daily lesson plan and identifying effective online learning options. [Register]


Friday, April 3, 12:00-12:45pm
Friday, April 10, 12:00-12:45pm
Friday, April 17, 12:00-12:45pm
Friday, April 24, 12:00-12:45pm


Note: There are three videos embedded here but they are only 1:08, 1:36 and 6:35 in length.

This is a recording from Dr. Sumun Pendakur's CIE community professional learning opportunity on March 16, 2021: Implementing a strategic plan brings opportunities and lessons to all involved. We’ll dive in to explore how students, staff, and faculty can be in coalition, while also moving the needle on their locus of control in meaningful ways.