Dr. Ja’Nya Jenoch is a social scientist, educator, and clinician with 20+ years of experience in various educational, clinical, and research settings.
She has taught diverse students in multiple college and university settings with a variety of formats. As a clinician, Dr. Jenoch has specialized in helping children, teens, and adults develop positive coping skills and stress management techniques when dealing with anxiety or depression.
She has helped many children and parents work towards school success through psychological evaluations and individual counselling.
Her research interests include maternity leave, family policy, work and family conflict, and the effects of domestic violence on children.
During the past 3 years, Dr. Jenoch has been increasing her knowledge and skillset in technology and computer programming.
She recently served as the project manager for a zero-exclusion hackathon for 2 consecutive years.
Dr. Jenoch’s academic and professional awards include a four-time University Doctoral Fellowship, Graduate Teaching Assistantships; the 2020-2021 Early Career Fellowship from the Work and Family Researchers’ Network; and an award for providing outstanding school-based counselling services to a local public school district.
Dr. Jenoch earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in clinical psychology, and a doctorate degree in sociology with a concentration in health, families, and communities. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology.
Stay Calm & Educate: Authentic Assessment in the Era of ChatGPT
Talk Description :
The recent perceived disruption caused by the introduction of OpenAI’s ChatGPT to the general public has prompted educators to question how to assess learning.
In this talk, authentic assessment will be explained along with approaches to inclusive learning.
Practical examples of the ways that we can genuinely assess learning in the ChatGPT era will be provided.
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February 21st-23rd, 2023 (A GatherVerse Event)