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This video was part of the July 2021 REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit
The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on education has been substantial, with greater challenges for vulnerable, minority, and low-income groups, as well as students with special needs. Although these challenges are significant, faculty can play a pivotal role in helping students overcome barriers to success by creating online and blended learning environments that promote inclusiveness and student engagement.
In this session titled, “Techniques and Strategies to Support Today’s Student: The Power of Faculty at the Helm,” we will discuss why access matters now more than ever, what faculty can do to support today’s college students, and how faculty at the helm help facilitate equity, inclusion and overarching drivers of student success.
Assistant Director of Academic Services and Products | Academic Partnerships
Tekoya Boykins, EdD ABD, is Assistant Director of Academic Services and Products at Academic Partnerships. A true advocate for education, Boykins has served in Higher Education for almost 20 years; including as Faculty, Instructional Designer, Network Administrator and in Faculty Development.
Boykins received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. It was there, she gained her love for speaking, education, and leadership. With a heart for continuous growth and improvement, Boykins is in the dissertation phase of her Doctoral program at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK with a research focus in Competency-Based Education.
Boykins is passionate about life and changing lives through every aspect of education.