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Facilitating Resilience in Online Teaching-Stop the Zoom Fatigue Please! - Shared screen with speaker view
Khalilah Caines
05:53
Hi Rhondda! Sorry - I am finishing up a call. Am I in the wrong place?
Khalilah Caines
05:55
LOL
Dr. Marian Moore-Taylor
15:03
Good morning!
Diane Monahan
15:23
Good morning! Happy New Year!
Dr Charmaine Rose
15:47
good morning Happy new year
Darin Bell
16:12
hi everyone
Nancy Wood
16:13
Good morning everyone and welcome!
Angela Anglin-Porterfield
16:48
Good Morning
Michelle Joy
29:21
gaming chairs work great because they're designed to be used for hours on end
Dr Charmaine Rose
38:07
I love the Zoomie idea
Angela Anglin-Porterfield
39:23
I look forward to tying the Zoomie idea:)
Michelle Joy
39:40
Yeah I want to have a zoomie!
Teresa M Peoples
55:55
Yes
Michelle Joy
56:33
to share audio make sure you mark "share computer audio" when you start sharing your screen
Ioannis Pantzalis
01:01:02
Tip for keeping meetings focused: Establish unusual starting and ending times. For example, instead of telling that the meeting is from 10 - 10:30, say that the meeting will start at 10:03 and end at 10:32. These unusual times capture the attention and create the perception that the starting and ending times are for real. I have used it and it works. Same principle for in class group assignments, For example, instead of giving them 5 or 10 minutes, tell them that they have exactly 7 minutes.
Nancy Wood
01:02:26
Thank you for sharing Ioannis!
Angela Anglin-Porterfield
01:04:18
Loomie-Will this then work in the Saint Leo zoom account? If have to create the Loomie in the gmail account, will this then work in the Saint Leo Zoom ?
Nancy Wood
01:06:18
https://tinyurl.com/fddsp2021
Nancy Wood
01:06:39
Here is the link to the survey
Diane Monahan
01:06:52
Build into your class opportunities to annotate and stay engaged in the discussion. Also, search the internet for ideas from k-8 teachers, such as dance party break, virtual field trips, etc.
Nancy Wood
01:07:09
Thank you for sharing Diane!
Michelle Boone-Thornton
01:07:24
Use simulated experience Avatars
Keya Mukherjee
01:07:53
Good tip Diane
Dr. Marian Moore-Taylor
01:08:09
https://ant.umn.edu/welcome How to use YouTube videos as a collaboration method. An example of how to use this method is located on the website.
Keya Mukherjee
01:09:27
Thank you Marian
Peter Marian
01:09:57
see you all in the next session...in 5 min..
Michelle Joy
01:10:15
thanks for a great session
Khalilah Caines
01:10:24
Thank you so much!
Laurene Collins
01:10:34
Thank you!
Dr. Marian Moore-Taylor
01:10:42
Thank you!
Dr Charmaine Rose
01:10:46
thank you all great information
Caryn Rummens
01:10:49
Thank you!
Janet Franks
01:10:52
Thanks!
Bridgenett James
01:10:54
Thanks!
Teresa M Peoples
01:11:20
Thank-you....for Zooming..