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Mary Beth McCabe
20:57
yes
Tim Pettit
20:58
NO...
Karen
20:58
I am
Alan
21:02
never
Kenneth Goldberg
21:02
no
Starr
21:03
I am
Debra Bowen
21:04
No
Tracy
21:08
Never heard of it
Krystal
21:10
no
gdutcher
21:30
Hadn't heard of it prior to this
Tim Pettit
22:04
3?
Alan
22:05
4
Mary Beth McCabe
22:06
not sure
Starr
22:07
One
Tracy
22:11
7
Karen
22:11
five?
gdutcher
22:13
4?
Tracy
24:12
Number of times I say "you know" when I am teaching
Starr
24:16
Yes.
William Hyder
24:22
Blind spots
Tim Pettit
24:38
New restaurant on our street.
Starr
24:42
On a flight from London yesterday it was pointed out to me that the window was tinted.
Elizabeth Jennings
24:45
yes
James Flaherty
24:47
Yes
gdutcher
24:50
Yes
Karen
24:50
yes
Starr
24:51
Yes.
Starr
32:51
audit my own class? how?
Starr
34:05
Facilitator!
Kenneth Goldberg
34:12
facilitator
Elizabeth Jennings
34:24
If differs depending on the class.
walbertodiaz
34:27
Facilitator
Karen
34:44
A tool for my students
gerikeskeys
34:57
Facilitator and Collaborator
Joseph Allen
35:00
I love it!! Facilitator? Is that comfortable?
Tim Pettit
35:26
Facilitate "learning by doing" rather than previous "learning by listening".
Elizabeth Jennings
35:32
I am teaching a class where it is the first class for many of them, so I need to give them feedback, which will help them now and in future courses.
nshrager
36:25
Facilitator is comfortable for me but I see that is is hard for teachers to step back and let students explore and think, rethink
Karen
36:25
I agree Elizabeth! Although the course is short, I try and give feedback that will help in the future.
Starr
37:08
I agree, nshrager!
Tim Pettit
38:04
Just like young children, it's easier for parents to do tasks for kids but they won't learn if they don't struggle through new tasks. Students need this same type of struggle to move from their current mind-set to reach a new level.
Krystal
38:40
Yes, I agree with your point of view.
Starr
38:55
Good points, James!
James Mbuva
39:23
Thank you Starr
William Hyder
39:57
In online courses, are student and teacher perceptions of learning aligned?
Karen
40:00
Exactly!
Joseph Allen
40:13
Great question William!
Joseph Allen
40:23
What are our students expectations?
Karen
49:03
Yes! Teach them where to find the information!
Starr
49:29
Agree wholeheartedly, Ken!
William Hyder
49:49
Reduces the anxiety as well
Krystal
50:15
Yes, Kenneth. I agree. I starting doing that method with my test instead of the students relying on memory.
James Mbuva
50:55
I agree! Thank you Ken!
Starr
55:35
yes
Mary Beth McCabe
55:41
After week 1, I always ask
Carolyne
55:58
Not only that but librarians should be incorporated into the critical thinking aspect of the teaching. Embed us into your classes! We can help!
JoNeen Ohlaker
56:08
It is important to routinely ask students if we are meeting their needs.
walbertodiaz
56:08
I always ask for feedback
James Mbuva
56:19
2nd week - i ask how i am and us doing as a learning community
Mary Beth McCabe
56:36
The classes are over so fast, we need to get feedback early on....so we can adjust if we need to.
nshrager
56:56
Is feeback through the announcemnt or virtual office? great idea.
Starr
57:01
Yes! Agreed!
Starr
57:30
Nancy, for me, thru virtual office
Dr Barbara Lauridsen
57:49
I ask questions like, was pace of lecture ok? Your feedback is welcome. For online, I saved the text chat to the weekly lesson panel, with a result that lots of text chat becomes relevant and substntial, with links to sources and exchanges of ideas.
nshrager
57:52
Thank you.. Love the idea!
Heather Leslie
58:03
You can give feedback via rubrics, journals, emails. video announcements. Depende if it's one-on-one or to the whole class
Karen
58:08
I'm sorry - I need to leave. Thank you Joseph and Heather. This was a fabulous session!
Heather Leslie
58:35
Thanks Karen!
Patricia Cardozo
58:40
I also have to go. Thanks, Joseph! Great job!!
Elizabeth Jennings
58:42
Both
Heather Leslie
58:57
Thanks Patricia!
Dr Barbara Lauridsen
59:37
both intrinsic & extrinsic because I learn from responces for offering meaningful ideas to resoind to suggestions.
Joseph Allen
01:00:41
Break out rooms!
Joseph Allen
01:00:45
Group work?
gerikeskeys
01:00:58
My “WHY” is to support students in learning how to teach reading and writing with confidence. I support them all the way because in the end they need to pass the RICA.
Alan
01:01:00
Always
gerikeskeys
01:01:11
I love using breakout rooms.
Alan
01:01:15
I also give mine out to all of my students
Mary Beth McCabe
01:01:24
I ask them to connect with each other on Linkedin.
JoNeen Ohlaker
01:01:29
Routine reminders, BBC Online Sessions/Office hours, Speaking directly with students on the phone, providing detailed feedback with a chance for correction, when necessary.
Dr Barbara Lauridsen
01:01:32
enhancing verbal exchanges (in synchornous environemtns), or when invited I attend the team's oneline meetings in Zoom, or Slack or Google handgouts
JoNeen Ohlaker
01:02:09
Creating opportunites for engagment and sharing.
Tim Pettit
01:02:13
Start with just turning on your video! Then stop the typing chat and enforce voice/video chats!
Heather Leslie
01:02:29
Have students teach each other
Joseph Allen
01:03:34
jallen2@nu.edu
nshrager
01:03:37
Please send me PP
Alan
01:03:56
Yes please send my a copy of the PP
Elizabeth Jennings
01:04:08
PP please
James Mbuva
01:04:12
Please send me a copy
Alan
01:04:15
Alan Reitman for PP
Mary Beth McCabe
01:04:26
Thank you for being willing to share this content, Joe.
gerikeskeys
01:04:53
Thank you!
James Mbuva
01:05:04
I will have to leave. Thank you Joseph and the team
Joseph Allen
01:05:16
What questions do you have for me?
nshrager
01:05:47
Can we use zoom in our chats? I saw an email that suggested another forum
nshrager
01:07:28
got it thanks
Alan
01:08:21
Zoom is used for the ITL classes
Havaughnia Hayes-White
01:08:27
Hayes-White copy of PP please!