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RTA Teaching in the Online and Hybrid Settings sharing sessions - Shared screen with speaker view
Rachael Kreisler
11:59
on my car av!
Gorman, Elena
12:13
My photo is 10 years old and better than my current self:)
Rachael Kreisler
12:15
parked
Rachael Kreisler
12:42
android system
Samantha Lee Fousse
31:49
I like the rule of limiting how often someone responds in chat. Does anyone have other thoughts because as a moderator I learned that the students that type fast were the ones that respond to questions
Briedi Gillespie
32:10
Oh good idea!
Gorman, Elena
32:11
I have a hard time monitoring the chat room while leading discussion verbally
Allison Coffin
32:26
Definitely using the chat bar. I mostly use it for students to ask questions.
Rhea Hanselmann
35:29
Exactly!
Summers, Stacie
37:02
I ask student to unmute to ask questions. If they prefer chat then I told them I'd answer the questions after the class on Canvas in the discussion section. That way all students can see the answer to the question.
Christianne Magee
37:21
Poll Everywhere is great for this both virtual and in person for students to up vote questions during a presentation - takes another screen but super helpful!
Briedi Gillespie
37:32
Thats also a novel idea Stacie. I might try that…
Rachael Kreisler
37:47
count me in
Suzie Kovacs (she/her)
38:21
I use PollEverywhere frequently in class. Zoom also has poll function.
Po-Yen Chou
38:48
Love Pollevery where
Rachel Halsey
39:21
Also - padlet is another plateform I have used to ask or answer questions. The great thing about this is that you can save these and look at them later or download them after the zoom - https://padlet.com/
Gorman, Elena
44:31
I like that idea a lot!
Gorman, Elena
54:43
What % of your students participated in the voluntary zoom discussion?
Curtis Eng
59:23
When you use the precorded lecture and told them certain time points to look for, did you find that they just fast forwarded to those points?
Samantha Lee Fousse
59:25
Perusall has added a function where you can post a pre recorded video and students/professor can post questions at specific times on the video. https://support.perusall.com/hc/en-us/articles/360051145213-How-do-I-use-video-in-Perusall-
Suzie Kovacs (she/her)
01:00:20
We will be using Zoom Breakout rooms for "Think, Pair, Shares" - a bonus: they are randomly sorted so they won't always be paired with the person they sit beside
Rachel Halsey
01:00:56
Suzie, you can preset the breakout rooms - you have to do it before the zoom meeting.
Suzie Kovacs (she/her)
01:01:42
Yes. We also will be doing them on the fly
Gorman, Elena
01:01:52
Is there a whiteboard feature in Canvas?
Rachel Halsey
01:01:54
Very true :)
Po-Yen Chou
01:02:24
@ Samantha Lee Fousse is it a new function? How is your experience? I have used playposit which can set questions and track the response.
Barbara A Byrne
01:02:27
@Elena yes there is a whiteboard in Canvas
Rachel Halsey
01:03:03
@Samantha I did not persuall did videos too, that is a cool feature.
Rhea Hanselmann
01:03:17
Zoom has whiteboard function too and can be used well with a tablet/iPad and pencil
Briedi Gillespie
01:06:03
https://www.luidia.com/smartmarker/
Samantha Lee Fousse
01:08:40
@Po-Yen Chou I think it is new. I have only used it on the student side, not on the professor side. Basically as student you can ask questions that will show up as a dot on time bar. If you click on the dot, you can see the questions and also comment on the question. It works if there are not a lot of questions
Barbara A Byrne
01:09:01
Thanks everyone, great ideas!! Gotta run.
Ngwenyama, Thandeka
01:09:03
Great presentations….thank you for sharing!
Chrissy Eckstrand
01:09:22
Thanks!
Gorman, Elena
01:09:25
Thanks everyone
Allison Coffin
01:09:32
Thanks everyone!
Curtis Eng
01:09:34
Thanks!!!