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Remote Teaching Basics - Andrea Echelberger - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim Olson
29:27
ICE AGE
dennis.swofford
29:34
Tyronosaurous shoveller
John Taylor
29:38
Another year of this and I'll go Extinct!!!
Brenda Blumenberg
29:39
Greeeaaat Weather,Isn't it?
Duane
29:41
Minnesota sNOW rEMOVAL
Royce Miller
29:42
"Global cooling is a myth"
CCLC Staff
29:46
This never happened with my ancestors
Becki Lemke
29:48
WARNING: Shoveling snow may cause extinction.
srittberger
29:51
I did not hear your directions, could you repeat
Melanie Walking Bull
29:58
July in South Dakota
Jodi
29:59
AGAIN?
anne.eklund
30:03
I am outta here!!
rleneaugh
30:06
Grumpy old guy
Nick
30:09
Sharp tooth
maryr
30:11
A dinosaur of a job.
Dave Baumeister
30:24
If I had longer arms, I might actually be able to pick up snow!
Andrew
30:25
shoveling is T_Rexerous
srittberger
30:26
If you don't like the weather just wait 5 min.
LSS Teacher
30:46
What really killed the dinosaurs/my arms are too short
Kim Olson
30:57
Got It
Melanie Walking Bull
30:58
say "cheese"
maryr
31:02
Hold it!!
Jodi
31:06
Say "seeds"
Karen Tollefson
31:09
watch the birdie.
CCLC Staff
31:11
watch the birdie
Brenda Blumenberg
31:12
Birds Eye View
LSS Teacher
31:12
say squirrel
dennis.swofford
31:16
Who said "Smile at the birdie?"
srittberger
31:18
Work it, shake those feathers
rleneaugh
31:20
What a Beauty!
Duane
31:21
iT takes two to take a picture
dennis.swofford
31:43
Squirrel!!!
Dave Baumeister
31:45
Yes, yes, yes! NOI!
maryr
32:00
a hair raising experience
Nakita
35:06
youtube playlist
Brenda Blumenberg
00:35:18
Facebook Messenger to check in with students
srittberger
35:36
Learning Express Library
Royce Miller
35:57
We have it through the SD State Library
Kim Olson
47:27
If you joined as a group this afternoon, please let me know who is watching together
rleneaugh
48:16
Rhonda Leneaugh all by myself at CLC.
CCLC Staff
48:18
becky went home for afternoon. We were together in the office this morning.
maryr
48:55
the Mobridge group is together.
Brenda Blumenberg
51:03
power pt
Kim Olson
52:53
The presenters information will be added to the Summer Summit webpage on SDALL
John Taylor
55:12
Patience is very important. Because many students use their phones, it takes them awhile to zoom in to read text etc...
Brenda Blumenberg
55:17
We were missing out on the written part from students so I have them text me answers to questions and then we work on format and punctuation
srittberger
55:26
Students do much better if the app is introduced prior to showing online. If they see how it works then use it, they are more familiar and willing to try
Derek Sukstorf
55:51
if you haven't used the platform in person its hard to make the jump to distance learning.
CCLC Staff
56:28
We do a lot more conversation times to practice the English.
srittberger
56:31
If you give prompts and then ask for a response in a shared document you can show the learner their written mistakes.
Kim Olson
56:40
Cornerstones has some videos on their website that teachers have done to help students started online learning. Some in multiple languages. Look for the distance page
srittberger
57:30
That is awesome!!
Kim Olson
58:02
http://cornerstonescareer.com/distance/
D Jarzab
58:10
Can they write on the google doc using their phone? I'm having a hard time for the ones with the phone
D Jarzab
58:36
Ok, thank you
D Jarzab
58:59
Me too!
srittberger
01:12:54
I think you have been really clear and just excellent.
Brenda Blumenberg
01:13:16
It is challenging when they are in an apartment that has shared wifi and can't fully connect. Sometimes they sign on with computer and phone
John Taylor
01:14:20
I agree with Brenda. So far the biggest issue with remote learning has been internet connections for the students. Sometimes they have to reconnect several times. Great idea about recording the lesson.
Brenda Blumenberg
01:14:22
Great Thank you
John Anderson
01:15:15
What perspective might you share on removing a student from the remote class [due to lack of participation or other factor]?
Kim Olson
01:16:17
Many times nonparticipation is a tech issue
Bonnie Fuller
01:16:48
I think our biggest challenge is every student seems to have a different preferred method of communicating on-line. Some like Facebook, some text, some email, and a plethora of other methods. To help them be successful we have to learn so many different ways to communicate.
Dave Baumeister
01:16:59
Kim, you are correct.
LSS Teacher
01:17:24
Many of our students have had technical difficulties with Zoom like not getting their audio or cameras turned on. We've created YouTube videos showing students how to turn on audio and video for different devices (Android vs. iPhones) that we can send to the students via text.
CCLC Staff
01:18:19
We get groups that come together on different levels in the same room.
LSS Teacher
01:19:29
You can subscribe to follow our teaches at LSS ESL on YouTube. :)
Brenda Blumenberg
01:22:24
Mute and unmute
felicia.mckee
01:22:34
chat option
John Taylor
01:23:08
Students would need to be able to unmute/mute. The instructor might need to know how to mute or unmute students depending on ability of students.
D Jarzab
01:23:14
For low level learners, some prompts would be helpful
Brenda Blumenberg
01:23:49
They could type the question to each other? If audio not working
dennis.swofford
01:24:02
How to find a place in the location that is quiet and maybe away from other family members
Brenda Blumenberg
01:24:38
Ask them to test audio and video before they get on
Debi Skokan
01:25:10
Clear directions, they need to know when it is their turn to talk
CCLC Staff
01:25:43
Do some practicing before you start
Brenda Blumenberg
01:28:26
They may need to know how to adjust volume if video isn't a loud
Royce Miller
01:28:48
Perhaps have them write the steps/transition words on a piece of paper as part of the practice? Then they'd have it with them in the room
Debi Skokan
01:29:03
the teacher needs to know how to share computer sound and use breakout rooms
Derek Sukstorf
01:29:23
host or leader designated for break out rooms.
Brenda Blumenberg
01:30:09
You could assign a step to an individual one gets First then one gets Next
dennis.swofford
01:30:33
Not always possible but having a co-host helps too.
Royce Miller
01:33:55
Are you able to see who circles what?
srittberger
01:39:00
Yeah Meagan
Mack
01:39:07
Yay!
John Anderson
01:39:32
Thanks, Andrea. Very useful content...
Brenda Blumenberg
01:39:40
Awesome as usual
John Taylor
01:39:41
Thank you Andrea!
CCLC Staff
01:39:59
thank you
Royce Miller
01:39:59
Thank you!