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Weaving the Threads of Teaching Excellence: A Connected Plenary with Flower Darby - Shared screen with speaker view
Joan Martins
07:01
Greetings from Pennsylvania
Maddie Shellgren
11:13
Hi everyone! As always, say hello in the chat! As you do, make sure you choose "All panelists and attendees" so that the entire group can see it
Joan Martins
11:25
Rolling stones, Etta James - Blues
Angela Gunder
11:28
Greetings folks, from Phoenix, AZ
Michael Jolley
11:33
Hello everybody!
Jenae Cohn
11:40
Hi, everybody!
Maddie Shellgren
12:35
That is correct
Flower Darby
13:01
Hi from a crisp sunny day in Flagstaff, AZ. I admit it — I love ‘80s pop to get energized! Judge me if you will. :)
Maddie Shellgren
13:39
Where are my Michiganders at?
Michael Jolley
13:40
Tanya’s space looks so “Zen”…I’m jealous.
Joan Martins
13:41
At the STEM OLC IDEATE music bingo I was Robert Plant.
Peter Francis
13:54
Hi Angela … I am double booked and have to miss, but wanted to drop in and say hi!
Angela Gunder
14:07
Hi Peter!
Peter Francis
14:08
Talk soon!
Katie Fife Schuster
14:25
Nice to see so many IELOL 2020 cohort participants!
Maddie Shellgren
14:33
Yes you were @Joan and it was fantastic! haha
Michael Jolley
14:47
#COVIDcohort2020!!! WooHoo!
Angela Gunder
14:53
Welcome folks - so delighted to have you all here!
Maddie Shellgren
15:06
Who is singing the lyrics in their heads right now? Is it just me?
Angela Gunder
15:14
Not just you, Maddie
Angela Gunder
15:20
I do like this song
Katie Fife Schuster
15:22
@maddie - I’m totally swaying in my chair.
kaye.temanson
15:50
my husband loves the elevator music
Loftin, Dorothy
15:51
@maddie - not just you. LOL
Flower Darby (she/her)
16:03
@Karen Costa yay you made it!
Flower Darby (she/her)
16:27
Me too! I’m behind today as well….
Karen Costa
16:37
Panelists and attendees…gets me every time
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
16:49
Same @Karen!
Jenae Cohn
17:05
That always trips me up too, Karen!
Kate Jordahl
17:06
Hello. Kate Jordahl, Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California and OLC Board member
Cathryn Mattimore
17:37
Hi! Cathryn Mattimore, O'Donnell Learn, Stamford, CT
Jenae Cohn
17:42
And Jenae Cohn from Sacramento State University here… It’s a rather dreary day here in Sacramento, CA, but happy to have my heart warmed my good OLC conversations :)
Sandy Keeter
17:49
Sandy Keeter Seminole State College of Florida
Rachel Stern
17:52
Hello All! Rachel Stern-Lockerman, Instructional Technologist, Center for Teaching and Learning, Queens College CUNY, NY
Tracy Balduzzi
18:09
Hello all from Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY
Laura McLaughlin
18:16
Laura McLaughlin, Philadelphia, PA - Neumann University
Karen Costa
18:20
Karen Costa, various/various, Massachusetts
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
18:20
Katt Fisne, Sr. Assoc. Director of Ed Tech @ Marywood University, Scranton, PA
Maddie Shellgren
18:24
I was waiting for it! hahaha
Catherine Manly
18:25
Catherine Manly from South Hadley, MA
Clea Mahoney
18:29
Hi from NYU/Colorado!
Maddie Shellgren
18:34
WOOOO @Martin!
Mary Beth Messner
18:36
Hi! Mary Beth Messner from Walsh University in North Canton, OH
Tracy Balduzzi
18:38
Congratulations Martin!!
Karen Costa
18:45
Is this for doing the evaluations or something else?
Megan Kohler
18:47
Hello all, Megan Kohler, Learning Designer from Penn State University.
Flower Darby (she/her)
19:02
Congrats!!
Clea Mahoney
19:03
congrats! 🎉
James Johnson
19:07
Thanks for posting the info, @Flower.JJ Johnson, Spokane, WA
Tracy Balduzzi
19:08
Congratulations Omar, Rey, Christina, Travis, and Lokman!!
Katie Fife Schuster
19:09
This is sponsor door prizes - I will draw the session eval winners later.
Melony Alicia Shemberger
19:15
Hello, all. Melony Shemberger, associate professor of mass communication, in Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky. IELOL Class of 2020!
Katie Fife Schuster
19:16
Congratulations to our winners!
Karen Costa
19:19
Oh okay, I worked hard on this evals
Flower Darby (she/her)
19:26
So nice to see everyone here today!
Beth Cohen (Support)
19:35
Hi Everyone, Beth Cohen, Columbia University
Beth Cohen (Support)
19:43
Congrats to the winners!!!!!
Clea Mahoney
20:01
hi Beth! and Karen! and Flower! and everyone!! (Can you tell I’m excited)
Tracy Balduzzi
20:11
Whoo Hoo
Matt
20:14
Welcome Nicole!
Karen Costa
20:16
Congrats all
Beth Cohen (Support)
20:24
Hi Clea!!! Me to!!
Janet Smith
20:24
Yay! Congrats to new folks!
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
20:28
Congrats @Nicole, @Alex and @Jess!!
Joan Martins
20:30
Excellent job! Bravoo! Job well done!
Maddie Shellgren
20:31
WOOT!
Nicole Weber
20:33
Yay! Thanks everyone! Excited to be here with OLC!
Wendy Torres
20:44
Woot! Congrats to all!
Kathryn Surchek
20:46
Way to go IELOLers!!!!
Flower Darby (she/her)
20:52
Welcome and congrats IELOL cohort!!
Michael Jolley
20:53
WOOHOO!!! IELOL2020!
Janet Smith
20:53
Well done IELOL folks!
Tracy Balduzzi
20:57
Way to go Class of 2020!!
Beverly Araujo Dawson
21:01
Way to go!
Melony Alicia Shemberger
21:05
Yay! Congratulations to my IELOL colleagues!
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
21:13
Congrats to the winners and the new OLC team members!
Hope Nordstrom
21:26
Congrats to #IELOL2020 #CovidCohort
Christine Paige
21:27
Alumnist here! Woohoo!
Katie Fife Schuster
21:50
Congrats fellow IELOL 2020 colleagues!
Matt
21:54
Congratulations and Thank you to Stacy, Tracy, Sara, Maria, and Swati!
(OLC) Paloma Rafferty (she, her, hers)
21:55
https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/learn/ielol/
Katie Fife Schuster
22:00
Congrats Graduate Scholars!
Maddie Shellgren
22:01
Congrats all!
Tracy Balduzzi
22:04
@Matt, thank you!!
Flower Darby (she/her)
22:30
Way to go Committee members and Chairs! Such a lot of work!
Melony Alicia Shemberger
22:34
Thank you, OLC Accelerate Conference teams!
Clea Mahoney
22:35
👏
Tracy Balduzzi
22:47
Thank you steering committee and track chairs!! Thanks Ops committee (that sounds so bada**)!
Hope Nordstrom
23:04
🙌
Kate Jordahl
23:06
👏❤️👏❤️👏❤️👏
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
23:11
If you are interested in volunteering for OLC conferences or other areas, you can visit this page and there is a form embedded near the bottom that you can complete. https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/about/get-involved/
Jenae Cohn
23:13
Hooray!
Beth Cohen (Support)
23:13
Thanks to everyone for their incredible work!
Jenae Cohn
23:29
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Jessica Knott
24:04
Love the connection aspects of this plenary! Thanks for this opportunity
Karen Costa
27:26
Go Tanya!
Jessica Knott
27:32
TANYA JOOSTEN
Maddie Shellgren
28:48
Thank you Tanya and the entire Board!
Karen Costa
29:26
I tried to do a weaving project, among many other art projects, during quarantine (which I’m still in) and it did not go well
Karen Costa
29:34
CLAPPPPPPPPPPPPING
Jenae Cohn
29:37
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Kate Jordahl
29:46
Hurrah!!
Beth Cohen (Support)
30:44
Karen, I have been looking at looms!!!
Jenae Cohn
31:47
Ooh, shout out to humanizing online learning!
Clea Mahoney
32:03
Not to toot our own horn, but my session with Beth Cohen 😉 we had a lot of moving parts and ambitious goals, and our session chair + OLC rep helped things go very smoothly! We also married teaching and technology in our talks about consultations, and they can never ever divorce 😉
Tracy Balduzzi
32:07
@Jenae, I agree!
Karen Costa
32:10
Oh wow thank you!
Clea Mahoney
32:12
too winks per chat is too many sorryyyyy
Clea Mahoney
32:28
yes! Wish I got to attend Karen’s humanizing pre-workshop
Jessica Knott
32:29
I AM SO ON BOARD WITH THAT SHOUT OUT THAT I AM TYPING IN ALL CAPS
Tracy Balduzzi
32:35
@Clea, that was a great session!! I really liked the interaction!!
Clea Mahoney
32:46
Thank you, Tracy! 💜
Beth Cohen (Support)
32:48
Thank you Tracy!
Karen Costa
32:56
Dr. Newt’s session was great and Tom Tobin too
Clea Mahoney
33:03
also yesterday’s Zoom show and tell was really fun
Clea Mahoney
33:13
+1 Dr. Newt!
Clea Mahoney
33:16
I missed Tom’s saldy
Karen Costa
33:20
HUGE props to Jenae and Nate for OLC Live, that was probably where I had the most rich learning experiences, and typically just talking without slides.
Beth Cohen (Support)
33:59
I want to say how much I appreciate that I can still access sessions after the conference is over….there are so many sessions I still want to attend, including ones that ran concurrently to the one Clea and I did… thank you OLC for making that possible
kaye.temanson
34:00
saw so many it is hard to pinpoint key points - all were useful
Carrie O'Donnell
34:03
It was great to be a part of this running, interstitial conversation for last week and a half!
Jenae Cohn
34:10
Thank you, Karen, and everyone who joined for OLC Live! We had a ton of fun organizing awesome people :)
Clea Mahoney
34:14
Maddie and Jess also got me live updating a google doc about research things, which pre-OLC Accelerate 2020 Clea would NEVER DO
Jenae Cohn
34:34
And agreed, @Beth, about being able to access the panels later… That’s going to be huge for me to review things that I missed
Clea Mahoney
34:37
so thank you for your generosity and encouragement and making research friendly/accessible to all 😊
Jenae Cohn
34:46
^this, @Clea
Kate Jordahl
34:51
@Clea - Hurrah for you! And us!
Clea Mahoney
34:59
I just need to clone myself so I can watch 5,000 hours of videos lol. My “to read/watch” list is too long!
kaye.temanson
35:17
heard one this morning that stressed students should have the online support and instruction, just like faculty was provided - never thought about that
Maddie Shellgren
35:19
@Clea YAY! We had a great time planning for that with Nicole and an even better time facilitating that model for you all
Clea Mahoney
35:21
yesssss Maslow before Bloom
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
35:23
Thanks Karen! It was really the great guests that made OLC Live! sing. I wish we could have had so many more voices on it…
Clea Mahoney
35:29
and to quote Karen Costa, "
Clea Mahoney
35:37
asynchronous is the burger, sync is the ketchup
Jessica Knott
35:42
I’ve already got a design. It’s very steampunk
Clea Mahoney
36:04
Kaye such a good point
Beth Cohen (Support)
36:08
Absolutely I loved hearing the voices of students in Student Speak: Equity Reality From Students Of Color, Low-Income, And First-Generation Students, that was an amazing session
Tracy Balduzzi
36:18
With extra veggies added to the ketchup
Clea Mahoney
36:22
ooh putting that one on my watch list, Beth
Beth Cohen (Support)
36:33
Yes!
Clea Mahoney
36:35
😂 ketchup is a vegetable #fightme
Karen Costa
36:43
My big question is why we keep investing in dumb stuff when we know 1000x over what works: investing in faculty, students, staff and connections/relationships.
Clea Mahoney
36:47
(no I’m joking, also I prefer BBQ)
Maddie Shellgren
36:50
@Clea + @Karen: or the mustard for those of us that are all about honey mustard (or even BBQ sauce)
Clea Mahoney
37:00
yes Maddie!! UDL = all the condiments? lol
Tracy Balduzzi
37:01
Hahaha, Clea - we need to be friends!!
Karen Costa
37:07
Oh another session I loved MUSICAL BINGO!
Clea Mahoney
37:13
please :) I’m gonna stalk you on Twitter, Tracy!
Tracy Balduzzi
37:20
Please do!
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
37:22
Clea: is ketchup a topic in every session?
Jenae Cohn
37:29
YES, strengthening staff relationships is SO key
Beth Cohen (Support)
37:33
This is so true - and I loved the session “Planning Instructional Variety For Online Teaching: PIVOT To Success” for how comprehensively the program brought everyone together to address the pandemic context
Karen Costa
37:33
“Dumb stuff” (Costa, 2020) please cite me appropriately
Joan Martins
37:49
I will be right back.
Beth Cohen (Support)
37:50
And by everyone I mean staff from all areas
Clea Mahoney
38:04
@Nate it is if you attend me and Karen’s OLC workshop on Live, Online Sessions…next one in January!
Karen Costa
38:46
I think we also have to talk about applying learning sciences in fac dev and rethink the traditional “talk” to show and engage vs. tell.
Maddie Shellgren
38:51
I'll call that I loved seeing folks engaging in Twitter along the way, as well. Some folks used the conference and community related hashtags, others talked around the conference but were being open about sharing their learning or observations along the way (connecting them to other things they've been thinking about). Many that I saw led to great ways to connect with and continue conversations both with those who were able to join us at OLC Accelerate but also those who were not
Clea Mahoney
38:51
💯 Beth. Sick of the line between faculty, staff, and even students. We are all learners and scholars and educators :)
Jessica Knott
38:55
No one puts Tanya Joosten in the corner
Clea Mahoney
39:10
+1 Maddie!
Karen Costa
39:32
We got a link for ideate?
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
40:02
@Karen Registration for Ideate will open shortly, but we invite you to complete the RSVP form to ensure you stay up-to-date with the most recent information about this important event. https://bit.ly/OLCIdeateDEI
Karen Costa
40:32
Thanks K-even a prelim schedule with time helps me to block out my heinous schedule :)
Clea Mahoney
41:50
absolutely Tanya! Thinking about how R1s are very research focused but often not about minorities/underrepresented populations…motivated to see what I can do at NYU :)
Clea Mahoney
42:18
oh man December is so close. It’s unreal! I feel like it just turned November.
Maddie Shellgren
42:22
@Karen, that preliminary schedule (which will help you block off days/session times) will be going live by end of this week :D But will be held December 7-11
Melony Alicia Shemberger
42:38
@KarenCosta: I agree that learning/education science should be incorporated more into faculty development programs/sessions/workshops. This is something that I have done in the past year, especially as I have been on my own instructional design journey in the past three to four years.
Karen Costa
42:39
Speaking of diversity! If you know someone who would be an amazing featured presenter at OLC Innovate in March, DM me! https://twitter.com/karenraycosta Hoping to get an awesome, diverse, brilliant lineup in place.
Karen Costa
42:53
Thanks Maddie.
Karen Costa
43:33
Sync is the KETCHUP!!!
Carrie O'Donnell
43:48
Karen—I agree 100%. Its all about modeling great learning in your professional development experiences…
Karen Costa
43:56
Only six year olds eat ketchup as a meal #JustSayin
Clea Mahoney
44:13
Karen, you don’t know how old I am…I’m a very astute 5 year old
Karen Costa
44:14
LOL burger is cool
Jessica Knott
44:14
Yes. True grownups add chickie tendies to their ketchup
Karen Costa
44:31
Ketchup is important and it makes burgers better, but ketchup is not the meal
Maddie Shellgren
44:40
Same here Tanya
Jenae Cohn
45:03
^YES, @Michelle
Clea Mahoney
45:13
love what Melony shared earlier too
Jessica Knott
45:18
I LOVE MUSTARD
Jessica Knott
45:24
Can I get a yes for dill pickle relish
Tracy Balduzzi
45:25
I LOVE THEM ALL!!
Karen Costa
45:26
Relish
Karen Costa
45:30
Mayo
Jenae Cohn
45:32
I appreciate Flower’s point that the fixation on synchronous is relatively new and I think suggests a need to think of the classroom beyond the space of “real-time” interaction too
Jenae Cohn
45:38
Learning happens within and outside the scope of “real time"
Clea Mahoney
45:40
chicken nuggets + honey (not honey mustard). Yes I get weird looks at the McDonalds drive-through but I own my choices!
Jenae Cohn
45:49
And also happens beyond the instructor’s gaze/control…
Tracy Balduzzi
46:02
I add hot sauce to honey for chicken - so good!!
Mary Beth Messner
46:05
@Clea - I totally eat McDonald's nuggets that way!
Clea Mahoney
46:29
honey-nugget-eaters unite!
Karen Costa
46:31
https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Small+Teaching+Online%3A+Applying+Learning+Science+in+Online+Classes-p-9781119619093
Beth Cohen (Support)
46:34
Yes, I recommend your book in nearly every event I run with faculty!
Clea Mahoney
46:59
thank you! Clee-uh :) (I haven’t corrected some colleagues who have worked with me for years lol but trying to get better)
Angela Gunder
47:07
We have time for one more question for Flower if you’d like to share it using the Q&A tool
Clea Mahoney
47:13
but Angela is allowed to call me anything! 💕
Rachel Stern
47:20
@Beth, Another Michelle Miller fan here- do it as well :-)
Karen Costa
47:32
I would say that many schools have 0 IDs on staff. Like NONE.
Jenae Cohn
47:38
Love the idea of centering more collaboration in our work too… That’s a REAL shift in thinking for faculty
Beth Cohen (Support)
47:46
Yes!!! Great suggestion @Rachel
Angela Gunder
48:01
CLEE-uh! I hear it in my head and it never makes it to my mouth. I will do better, sweet friend
Karen Costa
48:04
If your school needs ID support this is a good option: https://www.idernetwork.com/
kaye.temanson
48:10
sadly at my campus, I see many fellow co-workers biting the hand that feeds them - a lot of nitpicking, not considering the IT dept. is also learning
Clea Mahoney
48:33
No worries! It barely makes it to my own mouth half the time bahaha
Clea Mahoney
48:48
yes nitpicking. Central IT here…(don’t kill us!)
Beth Cohen (Support)
49:07
Oh yes, we get some nitpicking too in Online Support……..
Maddie Shellgren
49:15
@All: As a reminder, do make sure you choose "All panelists and attendees" if you would like the whole room to see your comment
Karen Costa
49:18
Pedagogy before tech, people before pedagogy
Tracy Balduzzi
49:21
Great question Tony!!
Clea Mahoney
49:25
We’ve gotta educate the decision-markers about education :)
Michelle Miller
49:31
From Me to All panelists: (10:32 AM)
When there aren’t good systems it also seeds conflict and disrespect, IME. https://www.michellemillerphd.com/things-are-hard-for-everyone-right-now-be-nice/
Beth Cohen (Support)
49:37
If we can shift the relationship to one of collaborator who can truly help technically AND pedagogically that relationship can change…. This is where consultations can help
Jenae Cohn
49:41
Thanks for sharing that great blog post, Michelle!
Michelle Miller
49:41
(Rachel, it’s awesome to see you here!! 2016 seems like yesterday in a way)
Clea Mahoney
49:43
often the people implementing policies and tech don’t have that background, and they are under tremendous pressure to react
Karen Costa
49:52
It doesn’t help when our trade publications amplify dump op-eds that trash online ed sorry
Karen Costa
50:04
Oops dumb but same diff
Melony Alicia Shemberger
50:11
@KarenCosta: We have one instructional designer, and she’s the director of our faculty development center. I serve as “Online Champion” for my college, since I am working on my ID degree and have other online design credentials. I also work to educate the administration about the need for ID.
Clea Mahoney
50:25
yes, I love that blog post - great to re-read (spaced repetition, haha)
Michelle Miller
50:32
Patience and grace. THIS
Angela Gibson
50:37
When training faculty new and new(ish) to online teaching/learning I say "know your team" and that's the team even beyond their department
Jenae Cohn
50:46
I’m wondering how we help faculty understand that IDs and techs can be/are pedagogy experts?
Angela Gibson
50:46
Grace for others and for ourselves
Jenae Cohn
50:51
How do we build that trust/
Jenae Cohn
50:52
*?
Clea Mahoney
51:01
Jenae, good question
Tracy Balduzzi
51:04
My new favorite thing to say to colleagues at my new institution is how can I augment what you are doing not replace
Jessica Knott
51:07
The whole Don’t @ Me podcast Season 1 is based on the word Pivot
Jessica Knott
51:11
It’s proving to be fascinating
Clea Mahoney
51:16
I think we start by connecting on a personal level, which is hard, but as we’ve proven here…very doable online
Clea Mahoney
51:22
lol @ Jess
Jenae Cohn
51:56
Link to your podcast, Jessica?
Jessica Knott
52:06
https://dontatmeedu.com
Melony Alicia Shemberger
52:10
@Janae: Great question. I continue to hold sessions, offer my help, etc. I try to offer different kinds of sessions — technology, unplugged options, course design options, etc.
Michelle Miller
52:14
@Jenae it comes from leadership I think. If they don’t know or understand…it sets that as the course for the institutions. Hard truth but an important one.
Clea Mahoney
52:25
excited to listen to the ep with BettyJo!
Tracy Balduzzi
52:27
Thanks Jess!
Jessica Knott
52:49
BettyJo’s episode is so great - you should make a cheese board and eat it while you listen. We talk about cheese a lot.
Jessica Knott
52:56
Cheese is neat.
Clea Mahoney
53:05
yessss….still got our jamboard (jamboat!) https://bit.ly/OLCjamboat
Maddie Shellgren
53:24
There is this too @Jenae if, like me, you want to eagerly await the release of podcasts and have a space to follow at that level: https://twitter.com/DontAtMeEdu
Beth Cohen (Support)
53:25
Yes! @Clea thanks for sharing - great comments there
Angela Gunder
53:40
https://padlet.com/angelagunder/ac20q1
Jenae Cohn
53:56
Thanks for the podcast link and for all the advice on trust! Very interesting and helpful :)
Angela Gunder
54:20
https://padlet.com/angelagunder/ac20q1
Flower Darby (she/her)
54:42
Love padlet!
Maddie Shellgren
55:09
Also, if you want your name to appear at the top of your padlet, you can create an account really quickly OR just write your name into your post
Angela Gibson
55:09
Working music is always an appreciated item thanks
Tanya Joosten
55:16
Did someone say cheese? Mmmmm
Sandy Keeter
56:29
LOVE the background music!
Clea Mahoney
57:46
at what point do we break Padlet? lol
Clea Mahoney
57:59
never seen one as big as this!
Tracy Balduzzi
58:25
I keep trying to read them and they keep moving :)
Clea Mahoney
58:52
haha same Tracy
Karen Costa
59:16
This was a strong use of Padlet
Flower Darby (she/her)
59:27
@Karen yes!
Jessica Knott
59:30
Gunder’s Padlet game is one of the strongest on the globe
John Kane
59:33
Yes, it is!
Tanya Joosten
59:37
This should be a padlet commercial. Super powerful.
Jessica Knott
59:51
Karen can sing the jingle in her new microphone
Karen Costa
01:00:02
I actually am really good at writing jingles
Karen Costa
01:00:09
What rhymes with padlet
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
01:00:20
ocelet?
kaye.temanson
01:00:20
thank you
Karen Costa
01:00:22
Great job Flower
Angela Gibson
01:00:25
Appppllllaaauuuussseeeeee!!!!!
Jessica Knott
01:00:27
<kermit arms> YAY </kermit arms>
Rachel Stern
01:00:32
Fablet?
Chérie Dodd
01:00:33
Thank you Flower
Jessica Knott
01:00:36
FABLET
Beth Cohen (Support)
01:00:42
Yes thank you Flower and OLC
Karen Costa
01:00:42
Fablet noted
Kate Jordahl
01:00:43
⭐️ ‼️⭐️ ‼️⭐️ ‼️⭐️ ‼️⭐️ ‼️⭐️ ‼️
Laura McLaughlin
01:00:45
Thank you!
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:00:47
PHABlet
Clea Mahoney
01:00:50
🙏 👏 💜
Tracy Balduzzi
01:00:50
Thank you!!!
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
01:00:55
Thanks Flower and OLCAccelerate teams!!!
Osmara Salas
01:01:03
Thanks to all!
Rachel Stern
01:01:08
@Jessica- great minds think alike
Tony
01:01:08
Well-done session, Tony
D Nita Andrews Graham
01:01:14
Thanks Flower and OLC
Karen Costa
01:01:18
Jingle writing workshop at OLC Innovate
Rachel Stern
01:01:20
Thank you!
Jessica Knott
01:01:26
No Rachel - I was just echoing YOU
Angela Gibson
01:01:27
Applause!
Rachel Stern
01:01:28
@Karen- count me in :-)
Jessica Knott
01:01:31
FABLET IS REAL LIFE AND IT IS YOURS
Rachel Stern
01:01:34
Ah Jessica, thanks :-)
Jessica Knott
01:01:49
GIVE IT UP FOR JENAE AND NATE
Clea Mahoney
01:01:49
Fablet is the friends we made along the way...
Angela Gibson
01:01:50
YAYAYAY
Jessica Knott
01:01:51
YAYAYAYAYA
Tracy Balduzzi
01:02:02
[clapping hands]
Jessica Knott
01:02:11
Conference petit fours if you will
Karen Costa
01:02:14
You can use this for applause in the future: https://view.ceros.com/editorial-content/soundboard/p/1
Angela Gibson
01:02:23
Jess mmmmm petit fours
Angela Gibson
01:02:45
Jenae!!!!! WOW!
Clea Mahoney
01:03:22
holy moly - and congrats on the new job!
Jenae Cohn
01:04:15
Thanks, everyone! It has been *quite* a fall!
Jenae Cohn
01:04:50
“The technology can’t teach” *snap snap*
Rachel Stern
01:05:12
So true @Flower- tech can't teach.
Rachel Stern
01:06:04
One of my earliest experiences as an Instructional tech was someone coming up to me and saying "No offense- but *I* don't think we should be replacing teachers with technology" just such a fundamental permeating misunderstanding
Karen Costa
01:06:10
https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/
Tanya Joosten
01:06:23
Communication is the key <3 http://professorjoosten.blogspot.com/2016/02/communication-is-key-in-learning.html?q=communication
Angela Gibson
01:06:52
Support faculty who aren't at a comfortable level with technology and help them be low tech
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:07:14
The annotated conversation on the Student Speak 2020 document Flower picked out is open for your contributions: https://docdrop.org/pdf/Student-Speak-2020-FINAL-aaXkf.pdf/
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:07:48
Thank you @Nate! I want to jump back into that discussion so thanks for the link again. Hope people can join me there!
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
01:08:02
+1 @Angela!!!
Jenae Cohn
01:08:39
The great thing about annotation is that the conversation *can* continue outside the space of the conference time too!
Karen Costa
01:08:57
Content without connections is like a musty old library book sitting on a shelf
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:09:27
Right @Karen!
Angela Gibson
01:09:44
AG shout outs!!!
Karen Costa
01:10:06
I accept your pushback
Rachel Stern
01:10:10
Normal is a setting on a washing machine.
Jessica Knott
01:10:16
I love pushback and being pushed back
Rachel Stern
01:10:26
I also support that pushback
Karen Costa
01:10:40
I support HyFlex conferences
Clea Mahoney
01:10:41
man y’all are pushy 😂
Angela Gibson
01:10:46
YES Jennifer! So awesome to see so many timezones present!
Jessica Knott
01:10:51
Agree!
kaye.temanson
01:10:54
I like it too - can see multiple, and still teach - no need to take time off
Doug Geier
01:11:02
a very active conference!
Karen Costa
01:11:14
Virtual is so much more accessible
Karen Costa
01:11:37
I know y’all extroverts miss each other tho too
Tracy Balduzzi
01:11:43
I think that one thing we have all learned is that now that the everyone has experienced the challenges those of us who have always been in online learning we can all work together now to provide better educational experiences for all students regardless of modality.
Jessica Knott
01:11:51
Very true - I am really LOVING virtual conferences. I miss the Swan and Dolphin froze with friends but the conference content is wonderful virtually in this format
Tracy Balduzzi
01:12:10
Sorry, "now that everyone" not "now that the everyone" darn fat fingers
Angela Gibson
01:12:19
The virtual experience helps us be better educators and also with our own learners
Jessica Knott
01:12:46
Yesssssss Dr. Gibson!
Jessica Knott
01:12:57
Experiential learning! What bothers us may well bother our students!
Clea Mahoney
01:13:00
love what you shared, Tracy, so true
Angela Gibson
01:13:07
Exactly Dr. Knott!
Mary Beth Messner
01:13:18
Hyflex conferences are the future
Osmara Salas
01:14:00
Some more sessions on corporate training
Jenae Cohn
01:14:06
It is SO useful to experience online learning as a learner, not just as a facilitator. It really can inform the work of our teaching all the more effectively
Osmara Salas
01:14:14
where you don't actualy have student interaction
Angela Gibson
01:14:37
Loved being a session chair for our virtual environment - and loved those who chaired my/our sessions as they could contribute and be partners in the larger conversation
Tracy Balduzzi
01:14:47
Yes, Jenae - I remember attending a session at another conference on expert blindness and as educators we need to work hard to avoid that mentality
Clea Mahoney
01:14:52
love what Maddie shared - soooo important to consider how we’re feeling and how we want to participate
Michelle Miller
01:15:03
Maddie, this is so authentic and beautifully stated.
Karen Costa
01:15:12
It’s a very interesting thing in that we know what works for learning and a lot of people say “I just want to listen”
Tracy Balduzzi
01:15:19
Yes - agreed - Live in that moment of growth"
Jessica Knott
01:15:22
Agree Michelle. I love this. “how do we show up” in general
Jessica Knott
01:15:26
WAY TO GO MADDIE
Angela Gibson
01:15:33
Indeed Maddie
Karen Costa
01:15:36
And I imagine our students feel that way too right?
Mary Beth Messner
01:15:36
Applause for Maddie!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:16:31
@Tanya - not just you :)
Clea Mahoney
01:16:32
man, I need to head to a meeting but wish I didn’t. Thank you all! Fantastic conference. See you next time (or even before….teaming up with Maddie on some sneaky, secret fun thing soon!) 👋
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:17:05
Faretheewell Clea!
Jenae Cohn
01:17:09
Nice to see you, Clea!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:17:32
@Clea 👋
Jenae Cohn
01:17:34
And YES, blended classes are so awesome for thinking critically about where/when we incorporate particular learning experiences
Angela Gibson
01:17:38
What's effective for online can be effective for f2f and visa versa - overlap of effective practices
Maddie Shellgren
01:18:00
@Clea I am SO EXCITED about teaming up post-conference
Maddie Shellgren
01:18:51
You got almost as excited about blended there as you did mixed-methods @Tanya
Tanya Joosten
01:19:29
I love the archive nature of online. Yes. We can rewatch, watch again, watch faster or slower... <3
Tanya Joosten
01:19:47
We can make learner and more efficient at the same time.
Tanya Joosten
01:20:13
For content we often need repetition.
Tanya Joosten
01:20:45
However the distanciation of online also offers safety and time to contemplate.
Angela Gibson
01:21:49
Online education and D&D
Nicole Weber
01:24:23
Yes! Be aware of course-and-a-half syndrome!
kaye.temanson
01:24:55
one workshop I attended she mentioned having a tech toolkit - making a spreadsheet listing all the tech tools, and labeling worth and ease, and not getting overwhelmed with all the new tech
Maddie Shellgren
01:25:14
@Gibson, there is actually a D&D based
Mary Beth Messner
01:25:25
Start with one thing. Just try one thing. It's less overwhelming for faculty and students!
Maddie Shellgren
01:25:34
Whoops, was going to grab a link for you...one second @Gibson
Michael Jolley
01:25:39
It’s better to do a few things well, rather than a bunch of stuff poorly.
Angela Gibson
01:25:56
Maddie awesome!
Jeanne Samuel
01:26:12
Maybe consider intentionality and meaningful. The rest not so much.
Kate Jordahl
01:26:15
And students get confused/overwhelmed also…
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:26:17
Yes @Michael — also, hi!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:26:35
I have a habit of getting excited about something I found, a story, or article, and wanting to share it with students. One student mentioned that my "oversharing" was overwhelming. That has stuck with me!
Karen Costa
01:26:41
I’m reading a great book right now called Essentialism and it speaks to this
Michael Jolley
01:26:44
Be iterative, evaluate, rework.
Jenae Cohn
01:26:51
Love that framework, Michael
Maddie Shellgren
01:26:57
@Gibson: https://www.amazon.com/Dungeons-Dime-Quest-1-Red/dp/191077524X I JUST read a whole Twitter thread of colleagues utilizing this in an online course ( -> and role play based)
Angela Gunder
01:26:58
I’ve literally been saying that to my students this semester “Focus on ONE thing really well”
Jenae Cohn
01:27:12
We can be our own content curators!
Karen Costa
01:27:15
Yes, I’m hearing reports of total overwhelm from students who are trying to organize the 50 smaller formative assessments assigned each week across 5 courses.
Mary Beth Messner
01:27:21
@Tracy - and that's why this conference and the network is so powerful. Find your tribe where you can share and get excited about those resources
Michael Jolley
01:27:32
Continuous improvement…
Karen Costa
01:27:49
Anti-fancy :)
Angela Gibson
01:27:52
That's just awesome thanks Maddie! I'll look!
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
01:28:09
I've been working with our Center for Teaching and Learning to message to our faculty that coverage of content doesn't equate to meeting learning outcomes- a tough mindset to break for sure!
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:28:31
Yes, thanks for raising this, Tanya!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:28:35
@Mary Beth - HELLO!! and yes, I have really learned so much.
Karen Costa
01:28:41
For me, #1 is always student and faculty well-being.
Joan Martins
01:28:51
I must say goodbye . I will see you soon!
Tanya Joosten
01:28:52
So focusing on student, perspective taking, less on content or content coverage...
Kate Jordahl
01:28:59
+Karen
Tracy Balduzzi
01:29:03
Joan 👋
Mary Beth Messner
01:29:04
@Tracy - Let's collaborate! Send me articles. I'll geek out with you about stuff anytime. :)
Karen Costa
01:29:10
And for a lot of faculty I’m working with, that means cutting content esp at the end of term.
Karen Costa
01:29:22
A lot of them are going to review previous content and focus on support/relationships
Tracy Balduzzi
01:29:25
@ Mary Beth - please. I would love that!! I need a friend to geek out with!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:29:48
Oh I love that!
Angela Gibson
01:29:49
Geeks are good peeps!
Michael Jolley
01:29:52
Old age and treachery beats youth and exuberance every time!
Tanya Joosten
01:29:54
Angelo and Cross CATS
kaye.temanson
01:30:02
attending a faculty IT development course this afternoon on Blackboard Ally - like that they offer these
Tracy Balduzzi
01:30:02
@Angela, they are!
Rachel Stern
01:30:03
+! Geeks are good peeps!
Tanya Joosten
01:30:03
Great little toolts to implement
Karen Costa
01:30:10
https://vcsa.ucsd.edu/_files/assessment/resources/50_cats.pdf
Jenae Cohn
01:30:19
SharePoint? :)
Rachel Stern
01:30:24
I've seen professors use Among Us for collaborative learning
Tanya Joosten
01:30:27
Thanks, Karen
Karen Costa
01:30:32
:)
Tanya Joosten
01:30:39
They are great to launch discussion as well as assess learning
Tanya Joosten
01:30:55
They also are good to help student remember more of the content discussed
Karen Costa
01:31:03
Love them and faculty love this resource
Jenae Cohn
01:31:06
Knowing your audience is also a good small tip!
Tanya Joosten
01:31:09
Theyre great
Karen Costa
01:31:20
Fun to talk about how you can use them in f2f, async, and sync
kaye.temanson
01:31:23
great to understand your audience
Rachel Stern
01:31:28
Meeting faculty (and everyone) where they are is so important.
Karen Costa
01:31:40
Here it is again: https://vcsa.ucsd.edu/_files/assessment/resources/50_cats.pdf
Rachel Stern
01:31:41
We don't talk enough about prior knowledge.
Kate Jordahl
01:31:43
Awesome. - - Have to go!! Thank you EVERYONE. Keep in touch and see you at IDEATE!!!
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:31:53
As we start to wrap up, please remember to fill out a session evaluation for this session - every entry is a chance to enter the gift card drawing! https://tinyurl.com/y2g8g4bv
Karen Costa
01:32:05
We need to reclaim the word “assessment”
Jessica Knott
01:32:54
Backward Desiiiiiiiign
Rachel Stern
01:33:09
@Jessica, yes :-)
Rachel Stern
01:33:38
I start with backward design with most of my novice online (and f2f) faculty
Rachel Stern
01:33:51
it's such a great simple way to reframe the mentality
Angela Gibson
01:33:54
+1 Jess and Rachel
kaye.temanson
01:34:06
so true - backward design really helps
Angela Gunder
01:34:07
+1 to authenticity, Jennifer M
Jenae Cohn
01:34:16
Thanks, everybody!!!
Jeanne Samuel
01:34:21
Thank you all !
Angela Gibson
01:34:27
Every single one of your rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Michael Jolley
01:34:31
https://www.pedalto.me/itgi/
Angela Gibson
01:34:31
Be safe and well!
Karen Costa
01:34:31
Thanks OLC team and others. Stay in touch.
Doug Geier
01:34:34
Great job, everyone. And thank you!
Jenae Cohn
01:34:35
This was a fun closing conversation! Very inspired!
Michael Jolley
01:34:41
Thanks everyone!
Jeanne Samuel
01:34:42
Great way to end the conference.
Michelle Miller
01:34:44
Thanks everyone! Well done and applause well deserved.
Jessica Knott
01:34:48
I really loved this session. Thanks everyone!
Marcela Ramirez
01:34:53
Thank you everyone!!
Mary Beth Messner
01:34:53
#bestAccelerateever
Michael Jolley
01:34:59
Interactive Teaching Goals Inventory: https://www.pedalto.me/itgi/
Jessica Knott
01:35:10
Whoa that hash tag is real life Mary Beth! Love it!
Karen Costa
01:35:15
Fingers crossed
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:35:16
Thanks to everyone who joined these conversations!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:35:22
Thank you everyone!! To all who helped make this happen, thank you for all your work!!
Tanya Joosten
01:35:28
Thanks all! You're all amazing and doing great!
Angela Gibson
01:35:39
Thank you OLC Staff!!!!!!!!! Conference staff - hope you get many days of rest now!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:35:51
Yes, Mary Beth #bestAccelerateever!
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:35:52
Thanks everyone! So good to be here with you!
Jessica Knott
01:35:53
SEE YOU ALL AT IDEATE YAAAAAYYYY
Rachel Stern
01:35:57
yay!
Angela Gibson
01:35:58
There's my pup!
Karen Costa
01:36:00
OMG that picture!
Karen Costa
01:36:02
hahahahahahah
Karen Costa
01:36:06
My mic is in it!
Catherine Manly
01:36:07
Great job on this session and the whole conference
Jessica Knott
01:36:08
Karen’s MICROPHONE
Osmara Salas
01:36:10
Thank you all
Karen Costa
01:36:12
LMAO
Tracy Balduzzi
01:36:13
@Janae, love your "round of applause"!
LaDonna Reynolds (she/her/hers)
01:36:14
thank you
Mary Beth Messner
01:36:18
Cheers, friends! See you in December!
Jessica Knott
01:36:22
HAHAHAH TANYA dance some jams
Karen Costa
01:36:23
Paloma’s hat
Angela Gibson
01:36:24
HAPPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AG!
Jenae Cohn
01:36:24
LOL, you got it, @Tracy!
Jessica Knott
01:36:33
Turn up the what!
Linda Hubble
01:36:33
thank you! Be safe and well
Jenae Cohn
01:36:34
Bye, everybody! See you all on… the Internet!
Angela Gunder
01:36:35
Paloma’s hat game was the BEST!
Tracy Balduzzi
01:36:38
👋 everyone
Maddie Shellgren
01:36:39
YAY! Let's commit to this not being the last time we talk until March or even perhaps the next OLC Accelerate. Join us at OLC Ideate, join us on Twitter, join us for coffee talks and community building socials or research collaborations <3
Tanya Joosten
01:36:41
Wooohooooo! OLC Dance Line...what?!
Mrs. Katherine Fisne
01:36:43
Thank you everyone!
Rachel Stern
01:36:43
That was so much fun!
Angela Gibson
01:36:52
Always a dance party at the TTK!
Rachel Stern
01:36:54
I kind of want my virtual red beret now.
Karen Costa
01:36:55
I have to go grade sadly BYEEEEEEEEE
Jessica Knott
01:37:01
<3 <3 <3 We will see you all SOON! Coffee chats! Ideate! So much more!
Angela Gibson
01:37:06
No good bye - see you soon!
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:37:13
And the OLC Live! Sessions are available publicly on the OLC website: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/attend-2020/accelerate/olc-live/
Angela Gunder
01:37:16
That’s right AG
Jessica Knott
01:37:20
Rachel I expect to see that beret on the regular now
Angela Gibson
01:37:22
<3
Jessica Knott
01:37:24
Also croissants
Rachel Stern
01:37:26
:-)
Jessica Knott
01:37:27
Or perhaps baguettes
Tanya Joosten
01:37:36
Both
Angela Gunder
01:37:38
If you are dancing, let Kaitlin know and she can promote your video
Rachel Stern
01:37:38
#BeretAndBaguettes
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:37:39
Thanks again to the amazing conference organizers and helpers!! What tremendous value you brought to all of us in this season!
Flower Darby (she/her)
01:37:58
Bye everyone!
Rachel Stern
01:37:59
The new #CoffeeTalks will now be #BeretAndBaguettes
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:38:04
Thank you Flower!
Jessica Knott
01:38:05
SHIP IT
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:38:09
Promoting Gibby because she is always dancing :-)
Rachel Stern
01:38:10
:-D
Jessica Knott
01:38:21
DR GIBBY IS MY FAVORITE DANCING QUEEN
Angela Gunder
01:38:25
Gibby! Where are your dance moves?!?
(OLC) Kaitlin Garrett
01:38:35
I might have surprised her lol whoops
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:39:02
I keep waiting for the after talk ;)
Maddie Shellgren
01:39:17
Hahaha we should start that tradition virtually @Nate
Angela Gunder
01:39:31
Like a wrap up show?
Maddie Shellgren
01:39:33
Is there such a thing?
Nate Angell (he/him) Hypothesis, Portland, OR
01:39:56
Tho watching Angela Gibson dance is a perfect close!
Rachel Stern
01:40:16
See you soon!