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MiraCosta Online Ed Flex Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacey Vera
20:51
Is there a general video going over Zoom features like you just did that we can put in our Canvas course shells to give students ahead of time instructions for attending office hours using Zoom?
Jim Julius
26:06
https://www.asccc.org/content/preparing-faculty-teach-online
Stacey Vera
26:59
thank you!
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
27:01
Will online class management (attendance, participation) be included in the classes one takes to obtain the online teaching cert?
Gregg Kelley
27:45
Loved POET!
melterry
28:29
Yes… POET was very good
Gregg Kelley
31:23
Actually I meant POT at MCC
Gregg Kelley
31:47
With Lisa Lane
Jim Julius
33:00
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U_mAChEXf03ibO1jZ7b6gZ3dtAuIZblG09VQ7qUVyMY/edit?usp=sharing
Beth's iPad (2)
36:03
I’m watching this on my iPad and I can’t edit the doc but I’m gonna look through Mt. San Jacinto
mariann coull
36:38
I cant edit.. something about JAVA not enabled... I have an old and sad computer
Alisha Bettencourt
36:56
I’m going to explore Coastline (can’t edit in document)
Kathy Schubel
37:36
My screen is stuck on original doc. Can’t get back to Coastline google doc.
Jim Julius
37:57
You will definitely need to open multiple tab and go back and forth
joannecarrubba
41:57
One thing we used to talk about a lot in POT was the idea that just because students were taking an online classes didn’t mean they were tech savvy. I think that needs to be addressed, and profs reminded in any training program. We tend to think online students are tech savvy, but i have found they are often the least comfortable with tech
Curry Mitchell
42:31
Just throwing this out there. No rush to address this. The Letters Department currently offers a online teaching certificate through WritingwithMachines. It is a two semester sequence and focuses on online pedaogies and practices applied specifically to the subject of composition. Could we imagine MCC's online handbook/certification as a support for or maybe a reason to create discipline specific trainings? In other words, a certification that would involve two steps: 1) pedaogogy and practice and 2) application to ones discipline via conversations with colleagues?
Jim Julius
43:30
Joanne, I like the idea of including a “who are your students, what can you do to support them” piece to this
joannecarrubba
43:39
But couldn’t we argue that many issues are cross-disciplinary? Art Historians often end up teaching comp too...
Alisha Bettencourt
43:43
So, some key points that stuck out in Coastline: maintaining rigor and quality, having a part of the syllabus dedicated to “netiquette”, maintaining an academic role (as the teacher) and not just an administrative (grading, attendance), and finally the big one: maintaining ADA standards and accessible content for all students.
joannecarrubba
44:07
“Netiquette” is essential. I cover that with my online and on ground students.
Jim Julius
44:19
Curry, yes, I am really interested in exploring how this could fit into a department’s own customized preparation approach … or stand alone if departments don’t want to worry about that
Jim Julius
44:57
Thanks, Alisha - I added that to the doc
Alisha Bettencourt
45:15
thanks!
lauren mcfall
45:47
One thing that I find really difficult about all these DE Handbooks and trainings is that they're different at every college... I know OEI is somehow more standardized, but I think about this for Associate faculty who teach at multiple colleges...
Lyle Blackmon
47:00
I like having multiple monitors to view different tabs.
joannecarrubba
47:13
That is true, but there are some general things that cross campuses
Curry Mitchell
47:28
That's cool. I know when I first started teaching online, the first order concern was: how do I teach in an online space. Really quickly however I had to grapple with: how do I teach reading, process, annotation, paragraphing, peer review..., i.e. composition in an online space. Being able to work through the possibilities with my composition colleagues has been invaluable.
Jim Julius
48:23
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V2CuDgCiH1Jx8G7F8sKQQu5Kl-twV5iLSG652HHU3mM/edit?usp=sharing
Jim Julius
53:03
Lauren, yes, that is an interesting observation … perhaps the OEI and how a lot of colleges are adopting some of the OEI and @One training and standards actually makes it more important for us to be clear about where our approaches might be different so that it Is as clear as possible for our faculty, associate faculty especially.
lauren mcfall
54:05
I realize unifying a huge state full of 200ish colleges may very well be impossible, but possibly the county is an easier feat.
Alisha Bettencourt
56:41
so the online learning consortium, the biggest thing that stuck out is the format: there’s 10 weeks of asynchronous learning with peer reviews and many units, but then each learner receives a mentor for a 3 week specialization (you have the choice to focus on 3 electives OR one mastery workshop), finalized with an online presentation/project from each student. the price is really high, but I like the idea of having a mentor and electives (in case there are areas you still need to focus on). I think confidence levels and quality of instruction would be high after completing the program.
Darlene
01:03:56
As the online certificate program may be the first online training that a faculty member has undertaken, formatting it so that it is “user friendly” is vitally important. Hopefully, the faculty member will in return make his or her course user friendly for the students.
Debra Sayble-Thornbrugh
01:06:21
Thank you so much, Jim!
joannecarrubba
01:06:22
Thanks, Jim.
Nancy Thuleen
01:06:27
In my online cert program, I was frustrated by the fact that so many of my fellow participants couldn’t even do the most basic things in the CMS — we ended up having to spend time on teaching the CMS more than pedagogy/philosophy … can there be separate courses with one requiring background knowledge of the CMS already?
Darlene
01:06:28
Thanks, Jim!
Beth's iPad (2)
01:06:29
Thanks Jim
Kavita Patel
01:06:29
Thanks Jim!
Wesley Ha
01:06:32
Thanks!
Kathy Schubel
01:06:33
Thanks Jim.
Alisha Bettencourt
01:06:35
thanks!!
Curry Mitchell
01:06:37
Thanks, Jim.
momoko
01:06:40
Thanks Jim!
Anne Holland
01:06:42
Thanks Jim.
wei-haohuang
01:06:44
Thanks!
Barbara McPherson
01:06:47
Thanks Jim
Nirmala
01:06:48
Thanks Jim!
Rob Bond
01:06:53
Thanks Jim.
Roberto Falero
01:06:56
thanks Jim!
melterry
01:07:00
Grazie!
AKae760
01:07:09
THANKS JIM!
Anna Alessi
01:07:15
Thanks, Jim.
Stacey Vera
01:07:27
Thanks Jim!
sarahbwitmer
01:07:27
Thank you!
Jane Herrick
01:07:29
Thanks Jim
Lyle Blackmon
01:07:34
Thank you Jim
Jim Julius
01:07:40
Thanks, everyone!
Jim Julius
01:08:19
Nancy, it’s a really important point. I think a basic mastery of the CMS either needs to be a prerequisite or incorporated into the certification...