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Fostering Antifragility in Students - Shared screen with speaker view
Albert Vogt
01:24
Hello!
Albert Vogt
04:56
Where is the poll?
Carol Ann Moon
05:31
It was a pop-up on screen
Albert Vogt
05:47
I got it, thank you!
Lee Hobbs
08:36
Deaths in the familly.
Michelle Joy (she/her)
08:44
everything with COVID
Robert Bardach
08:48
Food insecurity.
Alicia Corts
08:53
Work obligations
Cheryl Kozina (she/her)
08:53
Losing a job/homelessness
Lee Hobbs
08:57
Breakups with high school sweethearts
Carol Ann Moon
09:03
Cancer diagnosis
Dale Mancini
09:06
Overwhelemd more then they expected
Lee Hobbs
09:07
Work conflicts
Albert Vogt
09:09
I was thinking their own expectations with the course.
Cheryl Kozina (she/her)
09:12
Chronic illness
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
09:22
mental health
Lee Hobbs
09:23
Unsupportive family members and employers
Lee Hobbs
09:38
Terrible roommates
Janet Franks
09:53
childcare issues
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
09:57
family dysfunction; perception
Lee Hobbs
10:08
Inabilty to "keep up" / unpreparedness for college
Edward Dadez
10:12
balancing classes, family, and job(s)
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
10:13
societal events, social media
Carol Ann Moon
10:13
political turmoil
Lee Hobbs
11:07
Transportation (to classes) issues; connected to poverty and food issues
Lee Hobbs
12:52
Some don't "expect" to hear "new" political POVs and it can upset them...freshmen..
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
19:39
even in grad level
Carol Ann Moon
20:37
especially in grad school
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
23:32
Some of that comes from grading scales, we set that standard to a degree
Carol McLeish
24:37
True. And it seems to be the top students who worry the most.
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
25:01
Yes Carol, I agree
Bobby Sullivan
27:56
Amen Carol. The superior students are the only ones that ever attend my voluntary Zoom sessions. The ones that need it don't
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
28:42
Yes Bobby, I find the same -- and those that don't attend Live Sessions have the most questions and need for support
Holly Atkins
29:27
How do you all see the pandemic in relation to fragility and as a Black Swan event?
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
30:32
I think that the pandemic, because it is global, is a black swan but because we are in it "together" it softens fragility a tiny bit, great question Holly
Lee Hobbs
30:37
Holly, my feeling is that we "grow up" with an expectation of what college will be like.. I'm thinking of this generation. There is a real disconnect now between what it's really like (now) and what their expectations were/are.
Lee Hobbs
30:48
I mean, that was always true. Just "truer" now..