MiraCosta Online Ed Flex Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Can I use Zoom with students without them accessing Canvas?
Yes. You can send them an invite to your zoom session through email.
Thank you, Jane! That was my intention.
Julie, also for some of our noncredit esl students who only have a phone, you can send them an invite to their phone too.
Thanks, Rosie! I was thinking of texting the ones without computer access.
I definitely agree. I always set up my canvas, or other remote options in a weekly structured format. Our noncredit esl students like it
I think most credit instructors teaching online classes go with a weekly structure too.
Sure! If I had an offsite and/or lower level, I would send invites this way to help them.
Zoom and also online resources from current software used in the class e.g. ATI and Evolve
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.
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.
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.
Canvas, Zoom, Google docs. Some synchronous meetings and labs.
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.
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”.
Keeping my Canvas quizzes. reusing PPTs, but smaller chunks.
Can you share more about your idea for your paragraphs?
We have also reached out to the book publishers e.g. Elsevier to use resource content that wasn’t previously assigned.
Using discussions, using studio for PPT so I can cover the topics and show examples. And a summary quizzes.
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.
Thank you, Nadia!
I also recommend not neglecting a normal routine to start the day: shower, breakfast, get dressed professionally, etc.
It’s easy to just stay in pajamas for days on end lol
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#
Even designating a student as a Zoom/chat helper can be a good strategy!
Great idea, Jim!
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
Thank you, Nadia!
Jim, are u at home :)