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MiraCosta Online Ed Flex Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Rosie Treptow
04:07:03
yes
Daniel Ante-Contreras
04:07:04
yes
Julie Graboi
04:11:38
Can I use Zoom with students without them accessing Canvas?
Jane Herrick
04:12:16
Yes. You can send them an invite to your zoom session through email.
Julie Graboi
04:12:54
Thank you, Jane! That was my intention.
Rosie Treptow
04:14:47
Julie, also for some of our noncredit esl students who only have a phone, you can send them an invite to their phone too.
Julie Graboi
04:17:07
Thanks, Rosie! I was thinking of texting the ones without computer access.
Rosie Treptow
04:17:24
I definitely agree. I always set up my canvas, or other remote options in a weekly structured format. Our noncredit esl students like it
Jim Julius
04:17:50
I think most credit instructors teaching online classes go with a weekly structure too.
Rosie Treptow
04:18:11
Sure! If I had an offsite and/or lower level, I would send invites this way to help them.
Roland
04:18:56
Zoom and also online resources from current software used in the class e.g. ATI and Evolve
Julie Graboi
04:19:29
I have taught credit for years using Canvas and Facebook, but since I have some preliterate students, I was thinking of starting with only one platform to start with.
Sean Davis
04:19:31
Canvas, Zoom, Google Docs, Google Slides - I like these because they seem easy to use. I am familiar with all of them so I am going with what I am comfortable using.
Ruth Gay
04:20:17
I plan to use both Canvas and Zoom because most of our students are already familiar with Canvas and Zoom seems to be relatively user friendly. I will also use various Google apps.
Catherine Walker
04:21:10
Canvas, Zoom, Google docs. Some synchronous meetings and labs.
Rosie Treptow
04:21:13
Yes, I think Canvas, zoom, Google Docs, are all good options for students who can access them. I like them too! I am learning my way through zoom and want to explore the zoom-canvas integration more.
Jane Herrick
04:21:49
Canvas, Zoom
Roland
04:37:30
Using expanding case studies and included online video resources to support them. Adding Zoom in the beginning for Q&A and then at the end for “debrief”.
Catherine Walker
04:38:22
Keeping my Canvas quizzes. reusing PPTs, but smaller chunks.
Ruth Gay
04:38:53
Can you share more about your idea for your paragraphs?
Roland
04:39:14
We have also reached out to the book publishers e.g. Elsevier to use resource content that wasn’t previously assigned.
Kavita Patel
04:39:25
Using discussions, using studio for PPT so I can cover the topics and show examples. And a summary quizzes.
Jim Julius
04:40:59
Also the college is working hard to figure out how to equip our students with technology if they will not be able to continue without it. See https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RAdlsk66sb3kXjZGEmj-vJq6ZGQUslo1XYTMYnUuxW0/edit#heading=h.lpdeye328ht0 to learn more about this.
Ruth Gay
04:41:32
Thank you, Nadia!
Jim Julius
04:51:18
I also recommend not neglecting a normal routine to start the day: shower, breakfast, get dressed professionally, etc.
Jim Julius
04:51:40
It’s easy to just stay in pajamas for days on end lol
Jim Julius
04:52:38
These slides are available to everybody by the way on our Google doc of shared resources at https://docs.google.com/document/d/11Cp8xBd3gZU-etgmT3sCKYjJUJcc1SxuF06MbFgZ_1M/edit#
Jim Julius
04:54:05
Even designating a student as a Zoom/chat helper can be a good strategy!
Ruth Gay
04:55:04
Great idea, Jim!
Jim Julius
04:55:25
The document/chart on translating classroom activities to online, which Nadia just mentioned, is here: https://miracosta.instructure.com/courses/19220/pages/a1-dot-3-taking-classroom-activities-online?module_item_id=685432
Ruth Gay
04:56:10
Thank you, Nadia!
Margarita Baca
04:56:31
Thanks
Margarita Baca
04:56:47
Jim, are u at home :)