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ESL Remote Instruction - Shared screen with speaker view
Dolores Davison
00:58
Sorry all — we’re doing quite a few webinars and sometimes that happens. Thanks for being here!
Gardy Borromeo
06:30
I can't either.
Denise Maduli-Williams
06:33
I don’t see anything in chat either
Maggie Beddow
06:36
I can’t either
Michelle Chan
06:41
I can see some chats
Michelle Chan
06:45
use the chat function
Maggie Beddow
06:46
Q&A may be better
Julaine Rosner
06:47
I see chats
Ken Larmon
06:57
I see chats
Lisa Johnson
06:59
I also see chats.
Jeremy Browning
07:02
good to go
Nancy Frampton
07:02
I just switched my settings. Thank you.
Gardy Borromeo
07:09
Good to go. Thank you.
Leslie Rice
07:11
Thank you. Now it works
Patricia Gairaud
07:16
got it, now I can. thanks
elizabeth freedman
07:17
i SWITCHED.
Lisa Saperston
07:18
Thanks for that tip!
Sharon Javdan
07:29
Would you kindly address the issue of assessment and providing certificates?
Kathy Wada
07:40
How to do assessments that separate language skills vs. technology skills?
Catherine Johnston
07:50
I'm concerned about Ss' access to technoogy
Leslie Rice
08:20
I am very concerned about Ss’ access to tech too.
Denise Maduli-Williams
08:25
Asynchronous is helpful when lo-tech and access issues
Julaine Rosner
08:27
My students are studying by phone.
Denise Maduli-Williams
08:34
So is mobile-friendly options, app, tools
Catherine Johnston
08:41
Using panopto v. zoom v. screencastomatic for recording video
Leslie Rice
09:18
Campuses should be hiring bilingual tech helpers/students in many languages
Catherine Johnston
09:19
I'd love to have more translations of directions and materials in various languages
Catherine Johnston
09:44
We use Canvas at my college - ss will need support in their L1s
Leslie Rice
10:07
Yes - support in L1
Lisa Saperston
10:08
My low-tech students are sharing their phones with their children so even hard to access at home!:0
Catherine Johnston
10:22
How to ensure assessments are being done by the students and within the parameters of the assessment rules
Lisa Johnson
10:26
I agree that the biggest issue is getting students on to online platforms when not f2f.
Denise Maduli-Williams
10:30
There are lots of nice apps that can be used asynchronously: Flipgrid, Pronto, Padlet
Catherine Johnston
11:04
How to ensure ss have enough speaking prax in an asynchronous delivery
myo myint
11:14
Students used to getting tutoring help are finding it hard to get such help online
Maggie Beddow
11:59
Need to try breakout rooms with ESL instruction
Catherine Johnston
12:15
Does anyone have a list of various online tools and what they do? panopto, screencastomatic, voicethread, etc.
Sharon Javdan
12:20
It would be very useful if we get access to our classrooms in order to pick up more material by appointment and obeying social distancing rules.
Denise Maduli-Williams
12:47
FYI, reach out to @ONE (Online Network of Educators) for faculty and mentors who have experience teaching ESL (credit and noncredit) online across the state.
MJC
13:04
Where are things at with remote placement for new students entering EL programs? No need to answer it now, but it is a concern that I and others have and are trying to work through.
Leslie Rice
13:08
It seems like K - 12 students have a greater degree of access and availability for tablets. When will the state be giving community college students this kind of availability?
Dolores Davison
13:14
The CVC-OEI is also putting together a list of resources and what they do — many of those are on their website
Nancy Frampton
13:47
In Zoom, you can get transcriptions. They take about 20 hours to receive in my District, but these are great.
Maggie Beddow
13:54
yes, I have a student who was so worried about using Zoom but when we tried it, she found it so easy to use and even did a presentation with her group partner on Zoom and showed it to our class.
Rebecca Reddy
14:02
You can take attendance in Canvas
Sharon Javdan
14:25
suggestion: Have students sign in within chat while using Zoom.
Denise Maduli-Williams
14:40
Tech Tools for ESL https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-diesol-podcast/diesol-007-20-tools-for-2020-LCK24eHdsXT/
Lisa Saperston
15:04
For now, I am taking photos of zoom screens capturing student tiles for documenting positive attendance.
Leslie Rice
15:19
Proctorio is one type of software that is available for monitoring of assessments
Dolores Davison
16:43
CCCCO.edu
Denise Maduli-Williams
17:28
Doing lots of student projects and portfolios w/reflection, video, etc that shows reaching SLOs instead of high-stakes exams
Catherine Johnston
17:54
Would it be possible for you to spell out your acronyms? I'm not in CA>
Catherine Johnston
18:00
Thank you!
Maggie Beddow
18:56
Good idea, Sharon - yes, have students sign in on Chat for attendance
Rebecca Reddy
19:18
do you have any privacy concerns regarding Proctorio
Leslie Rice
19:52
I am getting training today - this afternoon. Evergreen Valley College has used Proctorio for awhile.
Lisa Johnson
20:30
CATESOL/TESOL - not every instructor is a member
Kathy Wada
20:34
Privacy concerns are a big concern on our campus given that students didn’t sign up for online with webcams and proctoring of their devices.
Dolores Davison
21:10
Agreed Kathy — we have heard about this as well.
Kathy Wada
21:24
RE: Placement - Cypress just confirmed yesterday the availability of remote assessment with CELSA
MJC
22:14
Is there an extension on the timeline to pilot placement tools? We were about to pilot something for the July report when all of this happened.
L Takei
22:21
Do we need to add online addendum to all our course outlines or would the Chancellor extend umbrella clause for all classes to be offered online?
Sharon Javdan
22:22
Suggestion: create forums by level for the teachers to share online resources.
Catherine Johnston
23:11
Any tips on how much material to include? If the face-to-face course is 16 hours a week, should we attempt to make the online version take the same amount of time?
Leslie Rice
23:18
Please try breakout rooms in Zoom. Really, really useful (and fun)
Nancy Frampton
23:24
Students do not have to restrict themselves to phone. They can download the Zoom app on their cell phones to get the full lecture......well, sort of.
Elizabeth Miller
24:19
If I post assignments and answers from my textbook so students can correct their homework, is that a copyright violation?
Maggie Beddow
24:44
If you do it on your Canvas, not a copyright issue
Elizabeth Miller
25:21
My students don't know Canvas. We've been using a mix of Facebook and email
Catherine Johnston
26:07
Anyone know of multilingual resources re: zoom?
Michelle Chan
27:05
The scribbling could be because Annotations are enabled
Catherine Johnston
27:07
When people talk about what works well for their ESL ss, could you please mention the proficiency level of the students?
Leslie Rice
27:38
Low intermediate to higher levels love breakout rooms
Denise Maduli-Williams
27:57
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o16M200ruwHCA3iBqg72yKo3vjxXCblmNGZeV38smUs/edit?usp=sharing (Avoiding Zoom-bombers)
Nancy Frampton
28:19
I believe the publishers will provide e-texts if contacted in this environment. I have made such requests recently for adjuncts with positive results.
Sharon Javdan
28:21
Breakout rooms worked perfectly fine with my level 2 students.
Sharon Javdan
30:27
I bought a doc camera (Ipevo recommended) for $99. You can get around the copyrights problems in live classrooms.
Rebecca Reddy
30:48
In my high beginning class of 27 there are always like 3 students who won’t join the breakout room. they just stay in the main session and talk about the lesson
L Takei
30:49
I have used breakout rooms w/students and they share their screen & annotate on it. Is there a way to save their screens and whiteboards so that it can be shared (with their annotations) to the whole class in Zoom?
Rebecca Reddy
32:48
I think on the top right of the whiteboard there is an option to save it (?)
L Takei
34:16
@Rebecca R- Thanks. I know that there is for the main room for saving whiteboard, but I'm not sure about when in breakout rooms. hmm.
Denise Maduli-Williams
34:51
https://www.tesol.org/coronavirus-resources-for-teachers
Leslie Rice
35:09
Thank you for posting, Dr. Maduli-Williams.
Kathy Wada
35:27
Reupping this message: RE: Placement - Cypress just confirmed yesterday the availability of remote assessment with CELSA
Michelle Roth
35:31
The page that’s open to all is really general. The good stuff requires membership and a log in to the myTESOL COVID-19 interest group
Dolores Davison
35:52
Thanks for that information Kathy!
Sharon Javdan
35:56
You can kick bombers. Use remove function from Participants.
Maggie Beddow
36:22
tesol.org - Within myTESOL, browse and add resources to the COVID-19 Resources Group library items that would be most useful to educators and their learners (you need a FREE myTESOL login to access, but this is an open forum that anyone can join and participate in).
Maggie Beddow
36:29
I love snagit
Denise Maduli-Williams
36:35
https://info.flipgrid.com/
L Takei
36:56
My L/speak students really like sharing and replying to each other on Flipgrid
Denise Maduli-Williams
37:07
https://padlet.com/
Leslie Rice
37:44
Cambridge also has been amazing
Catherine Johnston
38:30
Anyone know of zoom directions/info in various languages?
MJC
38:47
With regard to placement, Accuplacer is hosting a number of webinars next week on how to do remote placement, but I'm curious if we can get an extension on the whole July placement report deadline.
Rebecca Reddy
39:07
Vietnamese: https://youtu.be/HY2Epo2RM8M
Sierra McMahon
39:18
youtube has instructions for in various languages
Elizabeth Miller
39:19
A big problem in my class is that I am tech savvy, but my students are not. I don't want to spend a lot of time building out my Canvas course or assigning work from my textbook website if they're not going to use it
Nancy Frampton
39:34
How can we get info on the Accuplacer trainings that are being hosted>
Leslie Rice
41:00
In the breakout rooms, students often help each other. It is a great way for some students to really shine and help others
Catherine Johnston
41:12
Any tips for low-level and low-tech ss? Which online features are the easiest for ss to self-access?
Gardy Borromeo
42:50
In terms of equity, are college districts purchasing wifi hotspots for students who don't have them?
Ellen Goldman
43:48
Kahoot is low-tech and easy for mini assessments for all levels.
Catherine Johnston
44:13
Are your ss generally willing to call each other on the phone? This seems like a work-around for low-tech ss or those with internet issues...FERPA issue?
Lisa Johnson
44:14
Student grant: https://missionassetfund.org/ca-college-student-grant/
Michelle Roth
44:20
Catherine, here is some low tech ESL at home stuff! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Dembf25W3iivRz-kwoeLu8fS_A8JJeJT/view
L Takei
44:41
https://wifi.xfinity.com/ free hotspots
Leslie Rice
44:48
Thank you for posting info related to grants to tech or info on reasonable tech
Ken Larmon
44:51
Flipgrid is great for asynchronous speaking and it has great Canvas integration.
Audrey Baca
45:13
CORA Recorded webinar: Employing equity-minded and culturally affirming teaching and learning practices in virtual learning communities. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMrf_MC5COk
Audrey Baca
46:12
Welcome. About 28:00 minutes in are the recommendations for the CORA website
Gardy Borromeo
46:49
Our college is offering summer classes and requiring instructors to be certified to teach online.
MJC
46:52
MJC will be offering online EL classes, both credit and non-credit. Looking for the access to the Accuplacer webinars. Wait ... I have kids asking me how to do homework :-&
Kathy Wada
47:06
Are any colleges planning to be fully online for Fall 2020?
Ellen Goldman
47:07
Free LMS called NEO was recommended. www.neolms.com It’s like Canvas.
Gardy Borromeo
47:15
All summer courses are online.
Gardy Borromeo
47:31
For our college.
Donna Aase
47:57
Our college hasn't said anything about summer yet.
MJC
48:30
Accuplacer remote placement webinars: https://collegeboardtraining.webex.com/mw3300/mywebex/default.do?nomenu=true&siteurl=collegeboardtraining&service=6&rnd=0.6026157772547951&main_url=https%3A%2F%2Fcollegeboardtraining.webex.com%2Fec3300%2Feventcenter%2Fprogram%2FprogramDetail.do%3FtheAction%3Ddetail%26internalProgramTicket%3D4832534b000000046526db40d96cb926bd38385ba7c64f303f777b61891d74cccfb2c3d50252de9f%26siteurl%3Dcollegeboardtraining%26internalProgramTicketUnList%3D4832534b000000046526db40d96cb926bd38385ba7c64f303f777b61891d74cccfb2c3d50252de9f%26cProgViewID%3D543757%26PRID%3D5a9c51c2d06d306b3fd3c3291e26638b
Audrey Baca
48:38
CAP's webinar "Tips and Tricks for Taking ESL Courses Online" https://accelerationproject.org/Publications
Leslie Rice
49:35
CSU East Bay has an online certificate
Catherine Johnston
49:44
Will we receive this recording later? I'm seeing some helpful links I'd like to catch.
MJC
49:49
Our college's plan is to go f2f in fall, but it is requiring all teachers to have instruction ready to go in Canvas should the need arise to go remote on short notice.
myo myint
51:10
Thank you all
Dailyn Brown
51:13
Thank you!
Sierra McMahon
51:19
Thank you!
Kathy Wada
51:20
Thanks, Leigh Anne & Dolores!
Candace Souphanthong
51:22
thank you
Patricia Gairaud
51:22
thank you!
Catherine Johnston
51:25
Thank you, and GOOD LUCK to all!
Ken Larmon
51:26
Thank you!
Lisa Saperston
51:30
Thanks SO much!
Gardy Borromeo
51:30
Thank you.
Leslie Rice
51:31
Thank you