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College of Education: Fall 2020 Design Models - Shared screen with speaker view
EDITH FRANCES ARBAUGH
48:38
This is Fran Arbaugh. I can only see part of this screen. Is there something I need to be doing?
Julia Plummer
51:44
Hi Fran. Try changing your View Options to Fit to Window. If that doesn’t work, try other View Options.
EDITH FRANCES ARBAUGH
52:13
Thanks for all of the help! I changed to “fit screen” and that fixed it.
Roy C
59:49
adjust, not accomodate
dab370
01:02:09
I lost audio - is everyone else still hearing Chris?
Hollie Kulago
01:02:23
I can hear
Rick Kubina
01:02:25
yes
Karen Paulson (KP) (she, her, hers)
01:02:28
I can still hear you, Chris
dab370
01:02:35
Thanks
John D. Holst
01:03:48
Question: Will students see the 4 labels when registering? They do not necessarily capture the pedagogy. Remote synchronous may sound like 3 hour zoom sessions when it will most likely be a mix of asynchronous work supporting shorter zoom synchronous sessions.
Roy C
01:03:50
International resident students on visa are / have been limited to how many 'online' courses they may take, do these four categories of delivery all count as 'resident' instruction for this visa purpose
Kevin Kinser
01:05:25
Zoom has security issues, and has up restrictions based on geography (China) to address local laws. What would we do for students accessing remotely from restricted locations?
Esther Prins
01:07:02
The memo from Kathy Bieschke (shared last week) stated: “Because the virus is spread through droplets, students should be encouraged to face the same direction and limit talking directly toward one another. We recognize this runs counter to what we know about the value of encouraging student-to-student engagement during class. Instructors will be provided guidance on various electronic tools to encourage engagement during class or shift engagement to online work outside of class.” Will students in f2f classes be expected to face the same direction? How would this work in a class that is supposed to be based on discussion and interaction (e.g., graduate seminar)?
ASHLEY NICHOL PATTERSON
01:19:10
Would either of the following be a possibility at this point if the mixed option is chosen? a) switching a class currently scheduled for 3 hours at a time to instead meet twice per week? b) to split up a 3 hour class into two 80/90-minute sessions (given needs for cleaning in between class meetings)
Susan Land
01:19:44
If a faculty member wants to teach a tuesday class synchronously-remote and a thursday class Asynchronous-remote, what code should they use? Both? or just synchronous remote?
Lisa M Conyers
01:20:38
Can I survey students to get there preferences as I consider options?
Carmen Vanderhoof
01:21:16
Are there any considerations for teaching outside? For example, a trip to the arboretum or the alumni garden to investigate insects and plants.
Liza M Conyers
01:22:31
Thanks - share the concern and will consider
MARY KATHLEEN HEID
01:25:18
I joined late but would like the answer to this: When will we know what classroom will be used for our classes? The planning is much different if I need to split the 20-ember class into 2. If you have already addressed this, can I talk with somebody later about it?
Will Diehl
01:25:18
Also, if interested, there is a Science Ed online discussion on July 14th via American Center for the Study of Distance Ed: https://sites.psu.edu/acde/2020/06/12/open-session-july-14-2020-noon-et-open-science-building-effective-learning-environments-dr-dietmar-kennepohl/
Carmen Vanderhoof
01:26:19
Thank you!
Cynthia Pellock
01:28:55
Will those slides be posted on the college website?
MARY KATHLEEN HEID
01:31:56
When will the recording of this session be available?
ANDREA VUJAN MCCLOSKEY
01:32:28
Thank you, Chris and Jana!
Will Diehl
01:32:34
Thank you for the info and for your efforts.
Hollie Kulago
01:32:40
Thank you!
Jacqueline Reid-Walsh
01:32:41
thanks everyone -helpful
Karen Johnson
01:32:43
Thank you
ELIZABETH BENEDEK WOOD
01:32:51
Thank you!