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Title 5 Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa M Lane
27:50
yay!
Robert Perry
28:03
yes
AKae760
28:05
yup
leola powers
28:06
yes, see it
kathrynschubel
28:07
yes
Erika Peters
28:07
yes
Janelle West
28:08
yes
janetricci
28:10
Yes I can
Maha
28:12
yes
Nirmala
28:13
YES
jeanine sepulveda
28:13
I can see it
Shafin Ali
28:17
y
Michele Mulholland
28:19
👍🏼
Stacey Vera
28:38
yep
Lisa M Lane
29:43
well, you can mute their sound - never figured out how to mute people ;-)
Lisa M Lane
30:19
:-)
Nancy Thuleen
33:40
I do telephone interviews for foreign language classes, still :)
Lisa M Lane
34:51
agreed
Lisa M Lane
47:55
the “liking” would be good to show “interaction”
Nancy Thuleen
50:37
That isn’t using Canvas built-in ‘peer feedback’ feature, right? That’s just a discussion board of its own for the project?
Leigh Cotnoir
54:05
This is regarding your previous question about other methods for group designation…I tend to put my group work after a major project is due so I can see who is keeping up and participating. Then I send out a self-assessment survey where students rank their own skills and/or interests in certain areas (leadership, organization, communication, other soft skills, and a range of technical skills). Then based on that spreadsheet, I assign groups so that each one has a balanced mix of skills, "leaders," and people who have proven different levels of participation. That way no group ends up with a bunch of people who just disappear on someone. It has been incredibly effective, and out of 4 years using that method, I’ve only had two of about 32 groups that really disliked the group work. But even those groups completed the project successfully. And I have them use Slack, the online project management software. That also allows me to see what their communication is like as a group guest. (https://slack.com/)
Lisa M Lane
55:12
Cool way to do groups, Leigh. Thanks for sharing!
Maha
56:51
videos in arc - are they only accessible to the students in the course, or is it open to canvas
Lisa M Lane
57:25
then why is it in the blue general menu?
Craig Bradley
57:26
but your arc videos are all in a drop box
Maha
57:37
sorry i meant not open to those outside the course
Maha
57:49
THanks
Nirmala
59:57
yes
Craig Bradley
59:59
i was in a breakout room, then i came back
jeanine sepulveda
59:59
did I accidently mute? ok, back now
Michele Mulholland
01:00:00
yes
AKae760
01:00:01
Y
Kavita Patel
01:00:02
yes
Maha
01:00:02
yes
Erika Peters
01:00:03
we are back
janetricci
01:00:06
yes
Stacey Vera
01:00:12
yes, we could get back early if we wanted
Lisa M Lane
01:02:05
I would add group annotation
Lisa M Lane
01:02:40
that’s where much of the discussion is in my classes
Craig Bradley
01:06:20
Mostly I used discussion boards.
Leigh Cotnoir
01:06:38
hang on
Maha
01:06:42
Mainly discussion boards
Nancy Thuleen
01:06:46
I have students call each other on the phone, because they need to practice real-time communication in a foreign language. They get a partner call every two weeks.
jeanine sepulveda
01:06:47
me, too. disc boards
Kavita Patel
01:06:48
I do weekly discussions for my class.
kathrynschubel
01:06:52
Mainly discussion boards for me as well.
Jahna
01:07:04
Discussion board forums
joannecarrubba
01:07:15
I do discussions, but I have had them do group or student led discussions where they posted the questions, etc
Kavita Patel
01:07:15
Group projects so they have to interact with each other in order to complete their projects
dreeves
01:07:19
discussion group, starting with groups this semester
Stacey Vera
01:07:20
same - discussions
jeanine sepulveda
01:07:58
I've done groups in discussion boards but it hasn't really contributed to interaction...other than a few replies. I need to learn how to better guide them
Shafin Ali
01:10:31
slack? What's it called?
Shafin Ali
01:10:37
Oh ok
Lisa M Lane
01:10:52
https://slack.com/)
Maha
01:11:34
I do something similar in my hybrid course, and select students after few weeks of getting to know them. I do not ask about skills. Good idea
Shafin Ali
01:11:58
have your online students ever complained about random selection in online?
Shafin Ali
01:12:05
Not that I would know why
Shafin Ali
01:12:14
Just in case some of them know each other
Nancy Thuleen
01:13:46
Like your student feedback one, I have students ‘teach’ one small topic by creating a presentation to share with the class; other students do have to leave substantive feedback on those presentations.
Erika Peters
01:15:01
Is there any way to have students post comments or chat anonymously? In my classes, I think students would participate in discussions a lot more if they could remain anonymous.
Erika Peters
01:16:37
But I would like to know who the students are
Craig Bradley
01:16:38
I think there is a setting in Blackboard discussion for that
jeanine sepulveda
01:16:42
not sure - good question
joannecarrubba
01:16:43
I believe you can in Canvas
Nancy Thuleen
01:16:53
When peer feedback is anonymous, I assume instructors can still see names?
Leigh Cotnoir
01:17:08
Yes! Student-taught topics work really well.
Erika Peters
01:17:09
Thanks, Sean!
Craig Bradley
01:17:11
Sean, thanks!
Lisa M Lane
01:17:15
Thanks Sean!
kathrynschubel
01:17:15
Thank you.
Nancy Thuleen
01:17:18
Thank you!
Maha
01:17:18
Thank you Sean!
Stacey Vera
01:17:20
thank you
Tina O'Connor
01:17:22
thank you
joannecarrubba
01:17:24
Thanks!
Leigh Cotnoir
01:17:25
Thanks and goodnight!
Michele Mulholland
01:17:27
thank you!
jeanine sepulveda
01:17:29
thank you Sean...Can I see your canvas home page once more?
Janelle West
01:17:31
Thanks so much, Sean -- super helpful!
Jahna
01:17:31
Thank you too!
margie
01:17:33
Thank you
AKae760
01:17:33
Thanks Sean! (Amber Kae)
wei-haohuang
01:17:33
Thank you!
janetricci
01:17:35
thank you, very helpful
Shafin Ali
01:17:35
Thank you very much, Sean!
Lisa M Lane
01:17:44
gripe gripe
Travis Blunt
01:17:46
Thanks Sean!