Preparing for the future by learning new ways to teach in the present

Like thousands of other educators across the nation, Joycell Ingram, an adjunct professor for the Health Care department at Ivy Tech Community College Avon, is making the sudden and unprecedented transition to virtual learning. “I am learning to teach remotely at jet speed,” Ingram said. “This is and has been an eye-opening experience.” Remote teaching … Continue reading Preparing for the future by learning new ways to teach in the present

#IvyIsWhereYouAre: How pets help bring comfort

Kimberly Hilton has been an associate professor in the English department at Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis for 15 years, and spent six years prior to that as an adjunct. Like the rest of us, Hilton has been making the adjustment to a remote workplace, complete with new “coworkers.” “This is my home office assistant, … Continue reading #IvyIsWhereYouAre: How pets help bring comfort

An easy transition to a fully remote classroom

Maureen and her new co-worker/pet, Sally Maureen Keller has taught hundreds of students taking IVYT Student Success classes since she joined Ivy Tech in 2008. It began by teaching just that one elective and over time, she began teaching more sections within the Foundations of Success department, also while teaching part-time in the corrections setting. … Continue reading An easy transition to a fully remote classroom

#IvyIsWhereYouAre: Balancing school and little ones

Paralegal Studies student, Ana Pagan Carver, never would have guessed that the tail end of her college career would be in the middle of a global pandemic. But making swift changes isn't something new in her world! Just two months ago, she and her husband welcomed their second child, Wesley - who is the little … Continue reading #IvyIsWhereYouAre: Balancing school and little ones