“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
Who can see your viewing activity?
Go for it
Lions out, everyone!
Love this song!!
big gray box on screen.. your settings are on
You go girl Christina!!
Dancing in my chair!
I'm sorry...is this the Dance Party Revolution room?
Very motivational music!
I hit the wrong thing!
Where is the poll
Chuck is showing his work :)
Voting in GA lol
There was a male and female voice!!
I like the backstory!
ashford and simpson wrote this but didn't perform it??
Could you use the poll to take attendance
A poll for attendance would be a great idea!
you should be able to see them in participants
Never thought about using music to set the environment in the classroom. Great idea!
Agreed - Christina!
@Lara, they recorded the demo but Gaye and Terrell were tabbed by Motown to perform the recorded version.
You can connect right to your pandora Christina!
Awesome, Christine! Going to do that today!
Diana Ross recorded it later and took it to #1 on the billboard charts.
I play a FAME video to introduce my honors course last semester.
I played that from my spotify account
Just make sure you click the boxes to share audio and optimize video when you share your screen
first day "walk on" songs! - students choose their own
Lara - I love that idea!
I got it form my chair, Janis Prince, who had us do it in a faculty meeting. Students love it!
I can’t find annotation tools
Where is the tools
Go to View Options on the top
annotation by participants has to be enabled in set up, right?
how do you clear the annotation?
There is a Clear button
The host has a clear button in their annotation tools
Thank you, Daniel. I'm still learning Zoom
In theatre we say, “Be interested, not interesting”
I love this quote, it is so true!!
My class is a party!
Ami, we say that in counseling/social work, too!
Great idea on the open survey
That’s all about diversity!! All different levels!
Pamela Chandler Lee
Candice, where do you post your FlipGrid in the course??
I'm going to try video examples of rubric instructions. Learned that earlier today.
wow Hud - sounds cool!
I had all students do Zoom whether they were in the class or on Zoom so all saw each other
it is very hard to split between classroom and zoom
I require that everyone sign into zoom as well
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.
by having all on Zoom, I could put them into breakout rooms so both groups could communicate
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!!
easy to take attendance when all is logged on in zoom
Do the students not get distracted on their computers by looking at other websites, etc?
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.
How can you make all students have their videos on in Zoom?
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.
I name the cohorts. So in theology, instead of cohort A I have Augustine, instead of B I have Benedict
any tips or workarounds for using breakout rooms in hybrid environment?
Stephen, that a great idea
I look forward to polling option.
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.
Fun hat day
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."
I do the same thing as Hud. Was super helpful last semester
we did M/F hybrid & W was everyone online … it helped to have everyone in one place at least once a week
Does SLU have a license for padlet as I have exhausted my free trail..
Good question, Beverly. I’d like to know the same.
This is an excellent session! Thank you Daniel and Candace:)
I pop into every group
This was a most interesting and informative session! THANK YOU!
Thanks, Daniel and Candace!
An excellent book which supports these ideas is
Schwartz, H. L. (2019). Connected teaching: Relationship, power, and mattering in higher education. Stylus Publishing.
Great session...must go!
Such a great session! Thanks so much
Microsoft isn't nearly as fluid for real time collaboration as the Google tools.
I agree, Kenny
Thank you. Very helpful.
Great session, thanks!!
Thank you. Great session. Happy New Year.
Thank you for the great ideas!
Dr. Marian Moore-Taylor
I’ve learned the most during this session. Thank you Candace and Daniel!
Very helpful. Thanks a lot.
wonderful! Thanks, guys!
Excellent! Thank you so much!
This was a great session! Thanks for all the helpful information and insights!
Wonderful ideas and information. Thank you!
Thank you Candace and Daniel - great information!
Thank you Candace and Daniel!
Thank you - great ideas! Ve
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
I will use this information for my upcoming classes
Thank you - this was excellent!
Great session. Excellent ideas
Fantastic - thanks for the intro song!
Thank you - great tips!
thanks to you guys!
Thanks! Great session. Nice balance of new ideas and refresher for me of ideas that have worked :)
Thank you so much
Thanks - great suggestions that can be used right away!