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The Active Lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
Galo Alava
13:58
Good morning.
Gianna Russo
14:09
Happy New Year, y'all.
viki.stoupenos@saintleo.edu
14:27
Hello & Happy New Year!
Jerome Williams
14:28
Good Morning, All.
William Ellis
14:29
Same to you Gianna!
C'Lamt Ho
14:46
very popular session :).
Cheryl Berry
28:11
LOL
Patrick Crerand
32:55
https://create.kahoot.it/
Cheryl Berry
33:42
evolution
Dr. Lowder
34:08
PIN?
Gianna Russo
34:21
Is there a PIN
Francis Orlando
34:54
I'm having bad flashbacks.
Steve Kistulentz
36:19
Do we have a Saint Leo Kahoot license?
Francis Orlando
36:23
Where do I collect my Bronze medal?
Gianna Russo
36:24
fun
Patrick Murphy
36:55
If you're not first, you are last Frank
Francis Orlando
37:17
LOL!
Jacqueline Robbins
38:29
Second place is first loser!
Thomas Humphries
39:03
great point, Bill - me too
Francis Orlando
40:43
RIP Billy Mays. ;(
Randall Woodard
40:46
There is help out there Bill.
Gianna Russo
40:51
wow that brings back memories
Gianna Russo
41:03
Pocket Fisherman
Patrick Crerand
41:03
Set it and forget it!
Bryan Reagan
41:05
but there is still more
Jerome Williams
41:12
Set it and forget it...
Gianna Russo
41:17
hehehe
Daniel Jordan, CTLE
41:24
Chuck Norris doesn't lift weights, weights move from fear of Chuck Norris.
Iain Duffy
41:36
never heard of him
Jerome Williams
41:46
LOL..
Amina Abdullah
41:51
Thigh master
Bryan Reagan
41:52
thigh master
Kim Payne
42:24
We lost the American inventor last year - 7/28/21 at age 86. RIP PP.
Lisa Rapp-Mccall
43:34
monotone voice
Bryan Reagan
43:34
read from slides
Jerome Williams
43:36
Ignore audience
Nataliya Glover
43:36
monotonous
Cynthia Selph
43:36
No eye contact
Daniel Lloyd
43:39
too complicated
Peter Marian
43:42
monotone
Daniel Jordan, CTLE
43:42
monotone speaking
Gianna Russo
43:42
no enthusiasm in speaker
Cheryl Shamon
43:42
Boring
Cheryl Berry
43:43
monotone voiceno interaction
Francis Orlando
43:45
Too much text on slides which is read to the class verbatim.
Patrick Crerand
43:45
Lecturing while using the shake weight.
Philip Hatlem
43:47
Monotone
Michael Tkacik
43:47
unintelligible vocabulary and too faST
Cheryl Berry
43:50
irrelevant
Laura Altfeld
43:50
monotone
Stephen Okey
43:50
no repetition/recap
Raymond Yann
43:50
lac of interest
Iain Duffy
43:51
when people quote horrible people like churchill
Thomas Humphries
43:54
lecturer doesn't know material
Kim Payne
43:59
Reading the lecture verbatim from a prepare script.
Cynthia Selph
43:59
Monotone speaker
Amina Abdullah
44:02
lost in thoughts
Agnieszka Leesch, Instructor of English
44:07
Monotone
Iain Duffy
45:27
what happened to #3?
Jerome Williams
45:59
Chef Tony Knives, problem solved!
Jacqueline Robbins
48:03
Zoom lectures that are recorded in the classroom are very restrictive as far as body language and movement around the room.
Randall Woodard
49:02
If anyone is interested in the research- Cremand and Borden (2019) found a 49% increase in retention when this kind of tool was used for practice tests before learning material - "generation of errors" is a key element in retention
Amy Harris
49:40
Thanks for that information, Woody!
Cheryl Berry
50:22
Resistant students?
Philip Hatlem
50:28
Once you introduce something "fun" like a Kahoot, how do you transition to the "boring" part of class without losing students' interest?
Stephen Okey
50:36
One thing I've had some success in the past with for zoom was setting up my phone in another spot in the classroom, which gave me some more freedom for moving around
Daniel Jordan, CTLE
51:43
You have to be cautious of audio issues.
Nataliya Glover
52:05
portable microphones?
Amy Harris
52:30
Would love to have portable microphones!
Passard Dean
52:56
I leave the can on my face for the introduction of the class period. I then turn the can to the class because I move around the classroom.
Nataliya Glover
53:02
would be cool to have small wireless clip-ons
Patrick Murphy
53:35
Same as Passard...I turn the can towards the front of the room to get me moving all around.
Jacqueline Robbins
53:46
There's times when the audio doesn't work on the Zoom
Daniel Jordan, CTLE
55:04
Using a cell phone as a portable mic is a good solution. Again, be cautious of the audio issues though. Feedback can be trick to manage. We're always willing to help you experiment.