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AGHE Peer2Peer #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Leah Janssen
45:54
how do you assess student participation? What are the expectations around participation?
Andrea Zakrajsek
45:57
Nina, these are great tips! I love the idea of chunking the content. How do you structure this with opportunities for students to discuss? How do you set this up in your learning management system?
Tina Newsham
46:30
To follow up on Andrea's question - how do you do this asynchronously?
Emiko Takagi
47:50
Do you have any recommendations about how to prepare students for online classes ahead of time?
Allyson Brothers
47:55
Could you talk about the logistics and technical aspects of polling? In Zoom, for instance, or other video platforms.
Carolyn Adams-Price
48:23
How do add field experiences in this environment?
Lorraine Phillips
48:42
Could you talk about large classes - 80-100 in an online synchronous class?
Janice Mark
48:51
Any ideas if you don't have a TA to help you during your synchronized course?
Tina Newsham
49:53
What was the book Joann just recommended?
Kara Dassel
50:11
I think she said Post Mortal
Alexandra Wilkinson
50:34
Thanks for the summer reading :)
Janice Mark
51:11
Allison, you could try PollEverywhere
Rona Karasik
53:48
Also make sure "mini-lectures" are closed captioned for ADA - which also allows students to read the info if they don't want to re-listen to the full thing but want to find a specific part.
Cynthia Hancock
54:37
Do you all use break-out rooms?
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
55:24
Janice: Preparing students ahead of time. Reg. TAs, could imagination work, like engaging older persons or junior/senior high school students as volunteers? F.i. in cooperation w/schools, institutions...
Janice Mark
56:31
Sunkyo, Thanks.
Rona Karasik
56:38
If you want to use mini-lectures again be careful about being too specific with demographics
Sohyun Kim
01:00:40
How can you deal with the lecture for students with disabilities in synchronized type of lecture? in asynchronized lecture, we could use captions or voice supporting technologies but it maybe hard to do in synchronized ones.
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
01:01:26
Podcasts/audio... great for hands-free participation like during driving or housework. Otherwise, we know from the psychology of learning that retention rates are low. A combination of audio, video & written/printed content normally works best!
Cynthia Hancock
01:03:55
I was hearing her?
Rona Karasik
01:05:36
Kaltura capsturespace works pretty well with D2L. Sometimes recording with PowerPoint (audio as well as visual) the files can get really large - have had issues with this for student e-presentations.
Kara Dassel
01:06:01
Great ideas Lisa! Where do you find templates for hyperdocs?
Kristin Jones
01:06:38
Can’t see a shared screen if you wanted to show us something
Sohyun Kim
01:08:04
Rona - Thank you so much I'll look for Kaltura
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
01:08:59
Rona: How about using conversion tools (like VideoConverter) for audio to mp3 and video to avi or mp4?
Rona Karasik
01:09:32
I am not familiar with them - can you say more?
Phyllis Greenberg
01:11:38
Yes more information on those please
Lisa Borrero
01:11:39
Hi Kara (and others)! Here is the link for Hyperdocs. You can login with your Google credentials and under "find", you'll see the templates. Just "make a copy" to save and customize a copy for yourself.
Lisa Borrero
01:11:43
https://hyperdocs.co/
Sohyun Kim
01:13:48
If the lecture is recorded and converted to audio or video file later it would be good for the students for all but still it still hard to engage students w disabilities at that moment in synchronized ones.
Daniel Segal
01:13:58
Thank you all - hope everyone stays healthy and safe!
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
01:17:15
Rona & Phyllis: If you refer to conversion tools... for Windows, check large software repositories like download.com, ensoft, filepuma etc. There is a rubric "converters" or "utilities." Also, you can automatically search the sites. Finally, there are even web-based online converters that you can use with most browsers.
Lisa Wiese
01:17:33
Thank you for the helpful information offered in this webinar!
Jennifer Stanley
01:17:43
Thank you - I learned a lot. I appreciate your time!
Kara Dassel
01:18:06
This was great! Thanks Nina and Joann!
Lisa Hollis-Sawyer
01:19:58
Excellent talk and very informative!
Nina Silverstein
01:20:58
We have left the rest of the time to give and share so please stay on!
Anita Franzione
01:24:33
For my large classes in the spring it was asynchosis lectures but then held Q&A sessions during scheduled class time.
Tom Teasdale
01:25:14
I only do smaller online classes...<10. We absolutely detail students to responsibilities. However, a faculty colleague faces 90 students this fall semester and I'll refer her to this archived webinar.
Carolyn Adams-Price
01:25:34
I had to teach my Social Psych class asynchronlously last semester. It wasn't a great experience, but Packback helped. There were 90 students.
Lisa Borrero
01:25:37
Nina, how do you handle it if students can't make the required synchronous time? Do you have an alternate assignment, or perhaps different time/date options for joining a synchronous session?
Kristin Jones
01:25:45
Yes - I use breakout rooms
Anita Franzione
01:25:55
Not really because they were all over the place.
Kristin Jones
01:26:06
It gives everyone a break to discuss content. And then I warn them the I will be entering breakout rooms
Anita Franzione
01:26:06
And we did not have Zoom!
Lorraine Phillips
01:26:16
I'm very comfortable with online classes of 20 students. But when my 106 undergrad class went online, holding synchronous online classes was a challenge. We continued student presentations as previously required but next year may need to rethink the entire class format.
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
01:26:48
Large online classes: Quite difficult for tailored learning & fair grading, unless the main objective is acquisition of concrete facts, that can be tested with multiple choice, TF etc...
Kristin Jones
01:27:40
Hybrid. Only in person for labs
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:27:42
CSULB will be 100% online
Carolyn Adams-Price
01:28:27
I found that I was quite uncomfortable with watching my online videos
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:28:58
Carolyn, I feel the same
Carolyn Adams-Price
01:30:04
How do I get over my discomfort with watching myself?
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
01:31:51
Carolyn & Alexandra: It's still a great learning & self-development opportunity. If it can be afforded, start with (random) 3-30 second views! 😉
Rona Karasik
01:32:27
In my asynch and hybrid, each week has its own "tab" and at the top of the weekly tab is the list of what needs to be done and in what order (if that's important to the topic). I also color code this list so blue is reading and videos and green are assignments that need to be submitted.
Carolyn Adams-Price
01:32:29
Me too Bob
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:33:07
Thank you Sunkyo!
Anita Franzione
01:33:43
Yes it does!
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:34:09
Thank you!!
Carolyn Adams-Price
01:34:09
That would help.
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:36:22
I love this Rona, thank you for the tip
Sunkyo Philipp Kwon
01:36:56
The synchronous view of oneself in Zoom & with other tools... a lot is missed as compared to reviewing a clip later on...
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:39:35
I love using weekly updates!
Tom Teasdale
01:41:20
Does anyone post minimum equipment and learning space arrangements? Adequate microphone? Video (if used) centered with reasonable lighting? Anything like this? Like needing to wear a shirt in a classroom??
Rona Karasik
01:42:42
Tell the speaker that they can't hear you well - some of us can fix it if we know
Rona Karasik
01:44:03
On Zoom you can look at the drop down next to "Mute" and check to make sure you are using the correct mics
Rona Karasik
01:45:16
Then click on "Audio Settings" to make sure it is working
Cynthia Hancock
01:46:29
UNC Charlotte is requiring students to all have laptops, real laptops, for the first time this fall.
Daniel Segal
01:48:45
Very helpful - Thank you all!
Phyllis Greenberg
01:48:54
As a colleague calls it - the mullet of zooming - party (professional) on the top and party (leisure) on the bottom
Kristin Jones
01:48:57
Yes, thank you!
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:49:03
Dogs interrupting is an important part of Zoom meetings :)
Ann Gruber-Baldini
01:49:30
This has been great..thank you!!!
Alexandra Wilkinson
01:49:35
This has been so helpful! Thank you so much!
Janice Mark
01:49:41
Thank you! Very helpful to hear your experiences
Carolyn Adams-Price
01:49:43
Great session! Thanks!
Katherina Terhune
01:49:47
Thank you all! This was very helpful.
Emiko Takagi
01:49:51
Very helpful and inspiring. Thank you!
Ramraj Gautam
01:49:54
Thank you.
Nicole Marrone
01:49:54
Thank you so much, this was wonderful!
Christina Miyawaki
01:49:57
Thank you so much for many tips to offer good online classes! Appreciate it very much.
Phyllis Greenberg
01:49:58
Yes very helpful - thank you - hope there will be more of these
judith Close
01:50:22
Thank you for an excellent and helpful presentation!
Joann Montepare
01:50:30
Thanks everyone - AGHE/GSA colleagues rock!