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“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough to Keep Me from Getting to You” – Ways to Build Community and Engage your Students - Shared screen with speaker view
Daniel Jordan
18:52
Go for it
Hudson Reynolds
18:52
Lions out, everyone!
lara ault
18:54
already dancing!
JUDY HOLCOMB
18:56
Love this song!!
Beverly Ledbetter
19:39
big gray box on screen.. your settings are on
Cindy Lee
19:40
You go girl Christina!!
Christina Cazanave
19:52
LOL
Beverly Ledbetter
20:03
pedaling faster!!
Elizabeth Ruegg
20:15
Dancing in my chair!
Kenneth Embry
20:30
I'm sorry...is this the Dance Party Revolution room?
Hudson Reynolds
20:33
Par-tay1
Lore Ayoub
21:07
Very motivational music!
Lore Ayoub
21:21
Yes
JUDY HOLCOMB
22:16
easy
lara ault
22:36
I hit the wrong thing!
Elizabeth Ruegg
22:48
I guessed
Charles Hale
23:00
Diana
Charles Hale
23:17
Where is the poll
Michael Campbell
23:26
Chuck is showing his work :)
Christina Cazanave
23:38
Voting in GA lol
Lore Ayoub
23:45
There was a male and female voice!!
Hudson Reynolds
24:32
I like the backstory!
Christina Cazanave
24:40
Same!
lara ault
25:02
ashford and simpson wrote this but didn't perform it??
Brandy Pollicita
25:33
Could you use the poll to take attendance
Daniel Jordan
25:46
A poll for attendance would be a great idea!
lara ault
25:54
you should be able to see them in participants
Christina Cazanave
26:09
Never thought about using music to set the environment in the classroom. Great idea!
Khalilah Caines
26:26
Agreed - Christina!
Daniel Jordan
26:28
@Lara, they recorded the demo but Gaye and Terrell were tabbed by Motown to perform the recorded version.
Christine Picot
26:30
You can connect right to your pandora Christina!
Christina Cazanave
26:43
Awesome, Christine! Going to do that today!
Daniel Jordan
26:49
Diana Ross recorded it later and took it to #1 on the billboard charts.
Hudson Reynolds
27:11
I play a FAME video to introduce my honors course last semester.
Daniel Jordan
27:21
I played that from my spotify account
Hudson Reynolds
27:25
*played
Daniel Jordan
27:43
Just make sure you click the boxes to share audio and optimize video when you share your screen
lara ault
28:06
first day "walk on" songs! - students choose their own
Christina Cazanave
29:04
Lara - I love that idea!
lara ault
30:36
I got it form my chair, Janis Prince, who had us do it in a faculty meeting. Students love it!
Lore Ayoub
33:40
I can’t find annotation tools
Ricky Scott
34:35
me neither
Charles Hale
34:55
Where is the tools
Monika Kiss
34:56
Go to View Options on the top
Astrid Vicas
35:48
annotation by participants has to be enabled in set up, right?
Angela Anglin-Porterfield
36:58
Great strategies!
Elizabeth Ruegg
37:03
how do you clear the annotation?
Kevin Murphy
37:38
There is a Clear button
Daniel Jordan
37:42
The host has a clear button in their annotation tools
Elizabeth Ruegg
38:01
Thank you, Daniel. I'm still learning Zoom
Ami Sallee
38:19
In theatre we say, “Be interested, not interesting”
Jacqua Ballas
38:40
I love this quote, it is so true!!
Hudson Reynolds
38:49
My class is a party!
Lore Ayoub
38:49
😀
Elizabeth Ruegg
39:19
Ami, we say that in counseling/social work, too!
Christina Cazanave
39:27
Great idea on the open survey
Ami Sallee
39:37
:)
Lore Ayoub
39:38
That’s all about diversity!! All different levels!
Pamela Chandler Lee
41:46
Candice, where do you post your FlipGrid in the course??
Galo Alava
41:52
Hello.
Hudson Reynolds
48:37
I'm going to try video examples of rubric instructions. Learned that earlier today.
lara ault
50:42
wow Hud - sounds cool!
Beverly Ledbetter
54:01
I had all students do Zoom whether they were in the class or on Zoom so all saw each other
Peter Marian
54:35
it is very hard to split between classroom and zoom
Charles Hale
55:09
I require that everyone sign into zoom as well
Ami Sallee
55:22
I extend the name challenge to the students, encouraging them to use each other’s names when referring to them. This helps to create a sense of ownership among the class as well.
Beverly Ledbetter
55:40
by having all on Zoom, I could put them into breakout rooms so both groups could communicate
Laura Reyes
55:59
Excellent idea
Lisa DelgadoBrown
56:02
I also bring my laptop into my hybrid courses and log it in so that I can see all of their faces and can speak to them. Made me feel more connected!!
Peter Marian
56:06
easy to take attendance when all is logged on in zoom
Lore Ayoub
56:17
Do the students not get distracted on their computers by looking at other websites, etc?
Kenneth Embry
56:44
The Pringles can in the classroom is a mixed blessing. It's the audio feedback problem. Having in class students talk is just a nightmare because of the feedback.
Monika Kiss
56:48
How can you make all students have their videos on in Zoom?
Hudson Reynolds
57:00
I had my best discussions in a small class when I sat up front in class looking at the students on screen. Very inclusive and commanding position.
Stephen Okey
57:09
I name the cohorts. So in theology, instead of cohort A I have Augustine, instead of B I have Benedict
Jennifer Harman
57:33
any tips or workarounds for using breakout rooms in hybrid environment?
Christina Cazanave
57:33
Stephen, that a great idea
Lore Ayoub
57:54
I look forward to polling option.
Kevin Murphy
58:18
I use a document camera and use 1/3 of the screen for the online students in Gallery Mode and the other 2/3 for the document camera for the examples/notes.
Peter Marian
58:44
Fun hat day
Hudson Reynolds
01:00:22
On MWF classes, I have (M)onday students and (W)ednesday students - and they alternate on Friday. Less confusion about when they are to attend. "I didn't go last Friday, so this must be my Friday."
Stephen Okey
01:00:43
I do the same thing as Hud. Was super helpful last semester
Jennifer Harman
01:03:18
we did M/F hybrid & W was everyone online … it helped to have everyone in one place at least once a week
Beverly Ledbetter
01:04:03
Does SLU have a license for padlet as I have exhausted my free trail..
Ami Sallee
01:04:40
Good question, Beverly. I’d like to know the same.
Angela Anglin-Porterfield
01:05:55
This is an excellent session! Thank you Daniel and Candace:)
Charles Hale
01:06:15
I pop into every group
Kim Payne
01:06:38
This was a most interesting and informative session! THANK YOU!
Cindy Lee
01:06:45
Excellent suggestion
Hudson Reynolds
01:07:17
Thanks, Daniel and Candace!
Elizabeth Ruegg
01:07:21
An excellent book which supports these ideas is
Elizabeth Ruegg
01:07:25
Schwartz, H. L. (2019). Connected teaching: Relationship, power, and mattering in higher education. Stylus Publishing.
Dr. Lowder
01:08:36
Great session...must go!
Nancy Wood
01:09:19
Great session!!
Elizabeth Ruegg
01:11:27
Such a great session! Thanks so much
Kenneth Embry
01:11:28
Microsoft isn't nearly as fluid for real time collaboration as the Google tools.
Daniel Jordan
01:11:41
I agree, Kenny
Charles Hale
01:12:06
Thank you. Very helpful.
Lisa DelgadoBrown
01:12:10
Great session, thanks!!
Clara Sammet
01:12:13
Thank you. Great session. Happy New Year.
Christina Cazanave
01:12:19
Thank you for the great ideas!
Dr. Marian Moore-Taylor
01:12:25
I’ve learned the most during this session. Thank you Candace and Daniel!
Galo Alava
01:12:27
Very helpful. Thanks a lot.
Kevin Murphy
01:12:34
Thank you!
lara ault
01:12:37
wonderful! Thanks, guys!
Christine Picot
01:12:38
Excellent! Thank you so much!
Ernest Vendrell
01:12:42
This was a great session! Thanks for all the helpful information and insights!
Caryn Rummens
01:12:42
Wonderful ideas and information. Thank you!
Barbara Caldwell
01:12:43
Thank you Candace and Daniel - great information!
philip.hatlem@saintleo.edu
01:12:45
Thank you Candace and Daniel!
Veronika Ospina-Kammerer
01:12:47
Thank you - great ideas! Ve
June Hammond
01:12:54
Thank you!
Kim Payne
01:12:55
The CTLE leadership and staff are to be commended for creating and executing a superbly successful Faculty Development Day! KUDOS on a job well done!
Dr. Marian Moore-Taylor
01:12:55
I will use this information for my upcoming classes
Khalilah Caines
01:12:57
Thank you - this was excellent!
Jacqua Ballas
01:12:59
Great session. Excellent ideas
Kenneth Embry
01:12:59
Thanks!
Harry Rotter
01:13:01
Great Session!
Monika Kiss
01:13:02
Thank you
Beverly Ledbetter
01:13:02
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Douglas Goodwin
01:13:04
Great session.
Michael Campbell
01:13:04
Fantastic - thanks for the intro song!
Leat Kodua
01:13:05
Thank you - great tips!
Harsha Perera
01:13:06
Thank you!!
Jennifer Harman
01:13:09
thank you
Laura Reyes
01:13:10
Thank you!!!
Christopher Miller
01:13:10
thanks to you guys!
Kathryn Duncan
01:13:11
Thanks!
Ami Sallee
01:13:12
Thanks! Great session. Nice balance of new ideas and refresher for me of ideas that have worked :)
Audrey Shor
01:13:14
Thank you!
Darin Bell
01:13:22
thanks
Cindy Lee
01:13:25
Thank you so much
Cynthia Selph
01:13:37
Thanks - great suggestions that can be used right away!