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Stu Steiner
22:06
Stu Steiner, Eastern Washington University
Leo Ureel
24:29
Hi Kelly, Are students working in zybooks while participating in lecture through zoom?
Frank Vahid
26:01
Yes, they can have a tool open.
Diba Mirza
26:51
How do you engage students in small group, think-pair-share style activities.
walkerel
27:18
for(i=0;i<5;i++)
Kelly Downey
27:20
for (I = 0; I < 5; ++I)
Chris Hogan
27:26
for (i = 0; i < 5; ++i)
Neal Terrell
27:27
for I in range(5)
navlakha
27:37
for (I=0; I<4; I++)
Alexandra Papoutsaki
27:38
For(int i=0; I<5; I++)
Aisha Chen
27:59
for(i=0; i<5; ++i)
Leo Ureel
28:00
for i = 1 to 5 step 1
navlakha
28:01
5
Steve L
28:01
for (i=1; i<=5; i++)
Bob Van Camp
28:16
for (i = 0; i < 5; I++) {
walkerel
28:49
Do you have students respond just to you, or to everyone?
Frank Vahid
28:58
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1POVeg25Gp0IhiTswC5Ifq_DuZLX81AbyEb7c-zuy2ms/edit
Kelly Downey
28:59
to everyone mostly
Kelly Downey
29:14
however, some students do change the setting to private
Kelly Downey
29:16
which is fine
john
29:42
John
Bob Van Camp
30:07
Bob
john
30:15
for I in range(5, 0, -1):
john
30:24
print( I)
Bob Van Camp
30:47
for (int i=5 ; i > 0; i--) {
Kate K
31:04
How would you do this for a class of 100+ students?
navlakha
31:28
At this rate, do you have enough time to cover all topics of the course in one term?
Diba Mirza
31:35
How do you engage students in small group, think-pair-share style activities?
Stu Steiner
32:07
How do you handle the students that just lurk and don’t participate
Kelly Downey
32:23
Navlakha, we cover the same topics that we cover in person
Kelly Downey
32:41
Stu, they just don't get participation points
Kelly Downey
33:17
Diba, there are breakout rooms available.
Diba Mirza
33:22
Thanks!
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
33:35
Can students chat anonymously?
Kelly Downey
33:51
Assigning studnets to breakout rooms does take time though
Diba Mirza
34:09
I appreciate if you could elaborate on that a bit more (as long as it doesn’t take away from the agenda of the presentation)
Kelly Downey
34:22
Jeania, I don't think they can go anonymously.
Stu Steiner
34:50
What percentage of the grade is participation points?
simha
35:37
Hi, can you describe how many minutes you budget for a chat activity, and how many of these you do in a class (which is … how long?). Also, how do you bring it to a close so that students aren’t busy typing while you talk?
Aisha Chen
35:41
Have either of you incorporated Squarecap in your online sections?
Diba Mirza
35:42
Thanks, Kelly.
Stu Steiner
35:57
Do you have a TA. It would seem like a TA watching the chat window would be really helpful?
Theresa Wilson
36:06
So you use Zoom for office hours?
Kelly Downey
36:09
Stu, exactly.
Kelly Downey
36:16
The TA watches the chat window
walkerel
36:38
I normally use some class time to have students individually working on a graded problem. Could I use individual breakout rooms for these? (my class is small)
Stu Steiner
36:48
Any suggestions without a TA?
Kelly Downey
37:10
Theresa, yes, our university requires it since it is a cross campus course. Office hours are online to keep resources fair for all online students.
Kelly Downey
37:41
Stu, you can monitor the chat window without one. The answers just won't be as quick.
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
38:39
So, zoom doesn’t have a dedicated “poll” feature (e.g. that counts responses), right?
Frank Vahid
38:45
Stu, runs fine without a TA. You’ll just monitor the chat while running lecture and verbally answer.
Frank Vahid
38:55
Zoom does have a poll feature.
Frank Vahid
39:46
Jeania, zoom has a poll feature, as do other video conferencing tools. We use the chat for simple polls. Kahoot is kind of fun but not necessary.
Roni Allen - CSULB
41:08
Is kahoot free to use?
Kelly Downey
41:14
Roni, yes
Stephanie Valentine
42:23
I’ve asked my students to make Kahoots as a review exercise. They loved writing the game we played as a class.
Kate K
42:57
How do you make a persistent Zoom link? Every time I schedule a meeting it's a one-time use only.
Theresa Wilson
43:13
Are your labs for your online class are also synchronous?
Kelly Downey
43:20
You schedule a meeting and then make it reoccurring.
Alexandra Papoutsaki
44:30
Do you lecture with slides? If yes, do you have any software that you’d recommend for annotating slides? Do you use the whiteboard that zoom has?
Kelly Downey
45:07
Alexandra, I do not use slides. However, there is a share on zoom for an iPAD
Kelly Downey
45:26
So, I would probably use my iPAD and write directly on the slides.
Alexandra Papoutsaki
45:36
Thanks!
Diba Mirza
45:38
Frank, I appreciate if you could share your syllabus after the workshop.
Kelly Downey
45:42
I do use the zoom whiteboard to draw computer memory.
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
46:34
Do you incorporate Peer Instruction?
Roni Allen - CSULB
47:14
Do you use zybooks for midterm and final
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
47:16
Ok, understood
mitch
47:21
Sorry if you already answered but I had to join late… how do you handle assessments?
Diba Mirza
47:22
Thanks for the syllabus.
Kelly Downey
47:36
Roni, we haven't been doing online exams until right now.
simha
47:39
Hi, can you describe how many minutes you budget for a chat activity, and how many of these you do in a class (which is … how long?). Also, how do you bring a chat activity to a close so that students aren’t busy typing while you talk?
Stu Steiner
47:53
How do you handle exams
Kelly Downey
48:01
Simha, three to five minutes per task
Kelly Downey
48:10
I keep it the same for online and in class
Roni Allen - CSULB
48:15
How are you doing the online exams?
Kelly Downey
48:23
My lecture is 80 minutes twice a week
Kelly Downey
48:40
depending on the lecture it could be 3 to 10
Kelly Downey
49:02
Stu, exams have been proctored in person on paper
Kelly Downey
49:22
This quarter we will be using iLearn and Gradescope
Steve L
49:58
Does Gradescope cost?
Stu Steiner
50:11
Besides zyBooks any LMS?
Leo Ureel
50:31
Do students have difficulty splitting their attention between the chat window and the lecture activities?
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
50:50
Recommended paper to learn about MSP approach?
Kate K
50:57
@Leo, I am having difficulty with it :-)
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
51:34
Do students have to install Zoom to participate fully?
Kelly Downey
51:39
They don't seem to. The chat window is rather quiet during the activity unless students are asking for hlep
Kelly Downey
51:46
They do install zoom.
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
52:44
If I were to recommend ONE for teachers to read...
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
52:52
Thanks!
mitch
52:57
Do you have any of your old prerecorded classes available for me to watch? It would be nice to see an actual class being run
Kelly Downey
53:21
Hi Mitch, yes. I will share a link with you.
Theresa Wilson
53:29
Do you use the many small programs approach for your CS 2 course as well?
Kate K
53:29
What is "waiting room" the creating a meeting?
Kate K
54:08
Thank you for showing the recurrent meeting setup.
Kelly Downey
54:14
Kate, I think its if they have to be okayed to enter the room
Theresa Wilson
54:33
Thanks, that’s what we do as well. CS1 is mostly many small programs.
Kelly Downey
55:08
Zoom recording of my class on Tuesday
Kelly Downey
55:10
https://ucr.zoom.us/rec/share/_M8yc6vS7DxLUInk4n3YXK0dO6XfX6a8hCUf_voLmhqRt1GxY7fKB7ojxpbZkjID
Theresa Wilson
55:23
Actually, that IS what we do at the start of CS2 to ramp students up on C++.
Bob Van Camp
55:48
What auto-grader do you use?
Theresa Wilson
56:16
What LMS do you use?
Kelly Downey
56:20
zyBooks has an autograder
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
56:42
Can you demo how to draw over slides? I see how to share whiteboard or desktop, but what about slides or other docs?
Kelly Downey
56:42
our LMS is blackboard
Bob Van Camp
56:50
My LMS is Moodle
Diba Mirza
57:00
I have a question specifically about zybook - Does the instructor code show up on student’s individual workbooks or do they only see the code through zoom?
Kelly Downey
57:13
only through zoom
Diba Mirza
57:51
Thanks, do you make the code available to them afterwards. If so, how?
Kelly Downey
58:12
Diba, I post all code in a google doc that they have the link to
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
58:33
Can you demo how to draw over slides? I see how to share whiteboard or desktop, but what about slides or other docs?
Theresa Wilson
58:36
YES! Thank you so much!
walkerel
58:37
Thank you! This was extremely helpful.
navlakha
58:39
Thank you very much.
mitch
58:41
Thank you so much for doing this!
Diba Mirza
58:51
Thank you, this was very helpful.
Bob Van Camp
58:54
Thank you all so much! Very helpful.
Ajit Chavan
58:59
Thanks you, for doing this.
Steve L
59:02
Great session! Thanks.
john
59:05
Thank you!
simha
59:05
I use Ink2Go to draw over slides
jmarshall
59:10
Very helpful. Thanks so much!
Aisha Chen
59:22
I can confirm it will work on a surface
Bob Van Camp
59:22
Do you write on the whiteboard very much? For things like drawing linked lists.
Cheer-Sun Yang
59:25
Thanks a lot! This is very useful and encouraging!
simha
59:35
Question: how do you deal with plagiarism?
Bob Van Camp
59:54
Thank you!
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
59:55
I think you can share a chrome tab and draw over whatever is there
Kate K
01:01:15
Was this presentation recorded?
Kelly Downey
01:01:23
Kate, yes
mitch
01:01:39
Do you know if you had a dual monitor setup, can you select which one is shared?
Kate K
01:01:46
Thank you in advance for sharing it :-)
Theresa Wilson
01:01:51
Is that in Zybooks?
Kelly Downey
01:02:15
Theresa, yes what Frank is showing now is from zyBooks.
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
01:02:53
Basic question: which zoom share option is used for the current presentation?
Kelly Downey
01:03:01
Mitch, You get to pick the window you share. So When I share you just get chrome, not the whole screen
Kelly Downey
01:03:13
Share my screen
simha
01:03:15
Thanks. The trick I use is to tell students that a random sample of small exercises will show up on the final (programming exam) so it’s in their best interest to do everything
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
01:03:58
THANK YOU!
jeaniacgriffin@gmail.com
01:04:05
Very helpful!
simha
01:04:11
Thank you both!
Diba Mirza
01:04:22
Thank you very much, this was very helpful.
Leo Ureel
01:04:29
Thank you! This has been very informative!
Philana
01:04:29
This was very helpful!
Kate K
01:04:32
Very helpful! Thank you so much!
Aisha Chen
01:04:33
Thank you!
mitch
01:04:34
thanks
Theresa Wilson
01:04:35
Thank you again!
Leo Porter
01:04:37
thanks!
Bob Van Camp
01:04:37
thanks to all!