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ADP Educational Tech Showcase - Shared screen with speaker view
Bekah Selby
09:01
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Cathy Copeland
09:28
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Cathy Copeland
10:29
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Christy Flatt
16:33
That was me - sorry
Cathy Copeland
17:33
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Christy Flatt
18:51
Hunger Games, 12th district was actually Griffin, Ga. Points for being creative late on Friday
Bekah Selby
20:38
3-4 person groupsThink of one online lesson that was just the worst. Also think of one that went really well. What factors affected the effectiveness of of these activities?Roles:Moderator - keeps the conversation on taskRecorder - responsible for taking notes on the correct SlideTime keeper - mind the time so we can be efficientReporter - sharing with the groupIn the breakout room ~5 mins#1: Introduce yourself to your group members#2: Discuss your best and worst lessons#3: Record your answers in the google slide#4: Use the comment feature to give feedback on group answersEnd breakout room, report out together ~5 minsDebrief: What worked using the slides for interactive discussions, what didn’t work, what could potentially go wrong?
Sandy Pope
37:29
For the record, our group did NOT have a dance off
Elizabeth Bennion
38:39
Was the dancing really that bad?
Felice Nudelman
38:55
oh, yes, even worse than you can imagine
Felice Nudelman
39:09
and it went on forever
Christy Flatt
42:44
I find my zoom classes are more extreme - on or off, Anyone else?
Bekah Selby
43:00
Sometimes @Christy!
Christy Flatt
43:22
Goodness, SPSS online
Tina Zappile
43:25
Yes- I find that the quiet room (with no videos) gets much more engaged with shared Docs like this in breakout rooms!
Margot Morgan
45:01
I had a student point out to me in class the other day that with Zoom it’s really easy to be on your phone texting/Facebooking, etc. She suggested that might account for the dead space/lack of discussion contributions in my course
Sandy Pope
45:08
I’ve experimented with asking my students to turn off “self view” in zoom
Sandy Pope
45:25
It cuts the tendency to just watch yourself
Christy Flatt
45:35
Self view, good idea
Tina Zappile
46:41
I really like these ideas for shared documents! These are great ideas for more creative and interesting engagement opportunities
Bekah Selby
47:11
Learning curves are real! Everyone experiences them with all new technology
Sandy Pope
47:44
If you’d like to really build your confidence, Google offers formal training for educators: https://edu.google.com/teacher-center/certifications/educator-level1/?modal_active=none
Christy Flatt
48:36
Can you import powerpoint?
Sandy Pope
49:33
Yes
Sandy Pope
50:42
Two options: You can keep as a PPT or PPTX file and just run through Google, or you can change the format to Slides. If you change you will likely have a few formatting issues, especially with the size of bullets
Bekah Selby
54:02
https://app.peardeck.com/student/tfbekbolf
Tori Vogelgesang
01:00:59
Oh, thank you! I’ll be at next week’s then, too 😊
Bekah Selby
01:06:17
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1FnumAe0PriNu9_CVF4pjJOP4CVPX0V-_Xi3ZnpwYODo/edit?usp=sharing
Felice Nudelman
01:10:51
This is so cool!
Sandy Pope
01:12:18
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1O6M_fY3nWXhfukbKsaUzkrvNJAF7adrUko3kPOQ0yDk/edit?usp=sharing
Elizabeth Bennion
01:12:32
How does it compare to whiteboard.fi?
Elizabeth Bennion
01:12:47
A colleagues demonstrated that last week and it seems quite easy to use.
Elizabeth Bennion
01:13:16
It seemed to combine jam board and peardeck features.
Sandy Pope
01:26:37
Student-paced NearPod example. Link will be live until May 16: https://share.nearpod.com/b8ksdDiPvfb
Sandy Pope
01:27:38
https://pollev.com/bekahselby424
Sandy Pope
01:30:12
Right on Felice!
Felice Nudelman
01:30:38
We can swim with the penguins :)
Leah Murray
01:33:36
Sorry - have to run to a 330pm meeting and just need a minute to not look at a computer screen - thank you - so so so cool!!
Elizabeth Bennion
01:36:17
Thank you Sandy & Bekah!
Elizabeth Bennion
01:36:35
Great job!
Jean Abshire
01:36:50
Thanks so much - this was really interesting!
Byron Craig
01:36:57
Thank you Bekah and Sandy!!!
Felice Nudelman
01:37:01
thank you, this was fantastic!
Elizabeth Bennion
01:37:53
THANK YOU ALL! Very useful.
Sandy Pope
01:38:08
There’s a lot, no question
K. Neale
01:39:26
Thanks for these resources. I am a behind with some technology but will catch up.