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College of Education: Fall 2020 Design Models - Shared screen with speaker view
Jessica Henry
24:38
Will there be cameras or some sort of recording device in the classrooms? For students who will be attending remotely?
David Post
27:48
Regarding rotation: can you touch on how this could be adapted to graduate classes, which often meet 1/week?
Carmen Vanderhoof
28:06
Can we get a copy of this PPT?
Jana Hitchcock
28:41
We will share the recording and PowerPoint following the session.
Carmen Vanderhoof
28:48
Thanks!
ANDREA VUJAN MCCLOSKEY
30:32
actually undergraduate
Heather Toomey Zimmerman
31:11
I’m not sure why it is being recommended for mixed that some students cannot be remote all the time. Can’t students self-identify that they don’t want to come and then we would accommodate them online? Don’t we have to provide the same experience for those online and in-person?
Roy Clariana
35:24
can the Canvas grouping tool account for those students who can never come to an in person meeting?
James Taylor Herbert
37:23
In general, is the internet signal stability better on campus than it would be if we taught on-line from our homes? In other words, would I better off coming to my office when using on-line learning.
Roy Clariana
39:13
this is what we used to call a fishbowl I think
Greg Kelly
39:44
Jim, I suggest you test your home internet signal. The signal from the ethernet (when you plug in) on campus is likely stronger. However, if there is not a reason to be on campus, better to teach from home.
James Taylor Herbert
40:24
Thanks.
Carmen Vanderhoof
41:54
Personal anecdote on this topic: We have a Comcast business class internet connection and it timed out once in the Spring (at times we had 3 different Zoom calls at the same time).
Roy Clariana
42:26
ok, thanks
Heather Toomey Zimmerman
49:57
My ill-formed question is about balancing safety and engagement.
Heather Toomey Zimmerman
50:25
What types of pedagogies balance not too much talking and engagement but enough engagement to make it worthwhile for attending face-2-face.
Roy Clariana
50:33
fishbowl image https://image.slidesharecdn.com/thefishbowlmethod-160919030318/95/the-fishbowl-method-3-638.jpg?cb=1474254238
Keith Machtinger
50:45
How can we do in class grouping while keeping social distancing requirements?
ANDREA VUJAN MCCLOSKEY
55:59
Following Monday’s meeting of our College Task Force for return to campus in the fall, a Google doc has been created that is being shared College-wide in an effort to identify instructional needs that we each might have. I've been asked to share it with this group and to ask you to please also pass it along to faculty and GAs in your area who will be teaching in the fall. Please find the link below:https://tinyurl.com/coeinstruction
Roy Clariana
57:23
thanks
Will Diehl
57:25
Thanks for your work …
Heather Toomey Zimmerman
57:28
thanks
Kathleen McKinnon
57:29
Thank you!
ANDREA VUJAN MCCLOSKEY
57:33
jana: the link to book with an ID is broken.
Tania Germino
57:38
Thank you!
ANDREA VUJAN MCCLOSKEY
57:39
(the one linked from the COE FAQ page)
James Taylor Herbert
57:44
Thank you!
David Lee
57:44
Thanks!
Linda Beth Hutchinson-Palmer
57:47
Thank you for all the ideas.
Joy Gray
57:50
Thank you!
JULIA DIANE PLUMMER
57:51
Thanks!