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Apps for Increasing Interaction in the Online Math Classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
amy jacobs
22:18
There will be time for questions at the end of the call.
Samar Sarmini
27:23
So you're using the Google form in place of a polling software?
Richard Garman
34:20
Yes, Desmos is great.
Ruben Carrizales
34:39
yes also the sway app
Richard Garman
35:04
Yes. I use SWAY and Microsoft Forms.
Kelly Carey
36:44
so is it easy to create activity like you had with the sliders
Ruben Carrizales
38:31
yes
Richard Garman
38:34
With Padlet you can also limit what can be shared.
Ruben Carrizales
40:57
very nice thank you
Tammy Rossi
41:17
How can you input a demos activity in a google form?
Samar Sarmini
45:13
So you're using the Google form in place of a polling software?
Margaret Blankinship
45:14
Is the teacher able to see what the students have done with Desmos from the Google Form?
Radhika Ramjee
45:16
So all the students should also make a padlet account right?
Andrea Wang
46:43
did all your students have a laptop, if they are joining with a phone can they still participate with all the activities
Sandy Lanoue
46:46
So you create a Google form, email a link to each student, and what they submit is only seen by you? Are there settings where everyone can see what is submitted?
Nancy Marx
46:49
Are you holding classes in Zoom or some other platform?
Richard Garman
47:38
You can use Canvas with a smartphone or tablet.
Richard Garman
49:04
We use WebEx by Cisco and Big Blue Button conference in Canvas.
Ruben Carrizales
49:30
thank you
Nancy Marx
49:44
Thank you, this has been helpful.
Ruben Carrizales
50:03
I love it
Ruben Carrizales
50:15
they hate slides
Sandy Lanoue
51:25
What kind of pen did you say you used?
Samar Sarmini
51:45
Is Google form a good substitute for a polling software? Is it easy to keep track of student input to multiple questions?
Jane Bowers
51:59
I believe pens work with particular tablet
Nancy Marx
52:10
I do use a white board, behind me as I "meet" with class and it works really well for me (as long as the overhead lights are off and there is no direct light to reflect off the board). I do have a microphone separate from the computer, which also helps if I talk while looking away from the computer.
Chris Ward
52:48
The college I work for bought Wacom's ONES's for the math department I used my iPad with Doceri before that
Tong Wu
53:03
I have one “Wacom”
Reva Narasimhan
53:16
XP Pen is what I sue
Reva Narasimhan
53:22
*use*
Margaret Blankinship
53:23
I go old school - I use a document camera. I can have problems already written and then work them live for the students.
Rebecca Seaberg
53:44
You do have to try to get a pen that will work with whatever type your tablet or computer is.
Jeff Thies
54:12
Wacom: https://www.wacom.com/en-us/products/pen-tablets
amy jacobs
54:16
Some are using document cameras with a loose-leaf version of the book
Jeff Thies
56:08
Touchscreen Dell Monitor, write with stylus or finger: https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-24-touch-monitor-p2418ht/apd/210-alcs/monitors-monitor-accessories
Chris Ward
56:40
Like others, sometimes it will take a couple of "pens" because of your writing style and sensitivity of your system
Jane Bowers
57:57
I got this one: it's small and conveniently folded into smaller size: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0827LLG8P/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Jeff Thies
58:43
Doc cam from classroom loaned to faculty: https://averusa.com/products/document-camera/m70hd
Cathy Gong
59:05
I use a document camera from my school (relatively small one) and it connects directly to my computer. You can choose to do a share with the camera.
Sandy Lanoue
01:00:39
IPEVO Ziggi is great
Rebecca Seaberg
01:00:41
Please tell us the name of the one you are describing Pat.
amy jacobs
01:01:20
Pat uses IPEVO Ziggi
amy jacobs
01:05:09
For questions about XYZHomework, email support@xyzhomework.com
Jane Bowers
01:06:03
Can XYZ question bank downloaded into TestGen software?
Samar Sarmini
01:06:07
Can xyz be aligned with Canvas?
amy jacobs
01:06:49
XYZHomework is free with a new book. No additional cost
Sandy Lanoue
01:06:59
Reva can you talk about Sway?
Richard Garman
01:09:07
You have to be careful because when you edit it, it does not always let you go back to the original.
Richard Garman
01:10:35
Yes. We have embedded SWAYs into Rise presentations
Reva Narasimhan
01:10:43
https://sway.office.com/wOArNlUL9aCtLXbS?ref=Link
Tong Wu
01:11:25
Thanks!
Mark Brown
01:11:30
Thank you, Reva!
Rebecca Seaberg
01:11:32
Thanks!
Kathryn Cerrone
01:11:36
thank you!
Sandy Lanoue
01:11:37
Thank you Reva!
Reva Narasimhan
01:11:41
Thank you all for attending!
Marta Szpak
01:11:41
Thank you
Margaret Blankinship
01:11:47
Thank you
amy jacobs
01:11:51
Email will come by Friday
Radhika Ramjee
01:11:53
Thank you
David Redman
01:11:58
Thank you, Reva! Thank you, Pat!
Jeff Thies
01:11:59
Thanks
Stephen Ryno
01:12:00
Thank you! This was an engaging webinar.
Deanna Li
01:12:10
Thanks!
Richard Garman
01:14:30
I think Responde lockdown should work okay because that is a browsr.
Richard Garman
01:15:50
Most lockdown browsers just keeps the students from accessing internet websites by opening another tab.
Kyunglim Nam
01:16:43
Ok. Thank you.