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Master Teacher Program, June 18, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
India Lane
23:31
Welcome everyone. Feel free to ask questions or post questions and comments here
Connie Fazio
24:48
thought the pause was for effect
sklyle2
24:51
youre frozen
Jesse Watson
31:52
Notes from our session on Asynchronous vs Synchronous: http://academyofeducators.wordpress.ncsu.edu/files/2020/05/TL-Online-Asynchronous-vs-Synchronous.pdf
Jesse Watson
32:10
Includes chart of advantages for each
Jesse Watson
32:40
Recorded session on Asynchronous vs Synchronous: https://mediasite.wolfware.ncsu.edu/online/Play/9297ff2bf52b429f913e9f94c58601bc1d
India Lane
34:45
That’s a great point on how we lose the cues of body language and movement in recordings
Katie Sheats
35:56
Jesse/Sherry - Would you as the instructor, take the time in your recording to explain to the student audience why the "pause and reflect" or "write this down" exercises will aide student learning, to try to encourage them to do it?
Jesse Watson
36:41
I think explaining why something is relevant, and how it will help them learn is not a bad idea at all.
India Lane
38:13
I think we are going to need more than one “first responder” this year
Karen Tobias
40:36
No different if we are lecturing and get called into surgery...
Karen McCormick
41:05
will our first responders be in all synchronous lecture? and maybe we should have their phone numbers as well as royals?
India Lane
42:22
We may need technical responders and chat monitors from each section
Laura Nelson
44:05
~19
Karen McCormick
44:28
I think it’s down to about 16-18 with the new curriculum
Royal Paschall
44:37
I think the First Responder role may look a little different while we are in this teaching mode, but I’ll need to discuss with Dr. Kirk regarding their role and expectations. Having them be in ‘charge’ of all technical issues, in a different environment, may put them at a disadvantage compared to their classmates.
Jesse Watson
44:39
And how much time does your course ask of them each week?
Royal Paschall
45:10
I’ll discuss further with others and come up will a plan.
Sherry Clouser
45:42
Lecture/lab + videos + projects = how much time?
Jennifer Hodgson
49:11
At Virginia-Maryland we have said that the old lecture capture cannot be used for fall, unless the faculty was planning on using a synchronous lecture (e.g., Zoom) and there is an emergency. We have told everyone now, so they can plan ahead of time and not anticipate that they can use lecture capture.
Cheryl Benham Greenacre
50:39
what do you think about taking a 50 min. lecture and paring in down to a 30 min. lecture that is pre-recorded into 3x10 min. segments with 5, 5, and 10 minutes for live interactive questions in-between and after? [10-5-10-5-10-10]
Shelly Olin
51:09
What are thoughts about a "normal" length recorded lecture vs. several 10-15 min (or less) mini recordings about same content?
Royal Paschall
53:54
TechSmith Relay does have this capability
sklyle2
54:00
We’ve already received feedback from students that they are not in favor of asynchronous delivery - which wouldn’t these 10-15 videos be necessity?
Jesse Watson
54:01
Shorter videos are also easier to work with for students with kids at home
Claudia Kirk
54:23
re: first responders, I agree royal. they need to focus on tech and students who know they can multitask and academically solid should be the moderator. the academic chairs have taken that role this spring. maybe remuneration for that would be good.
Karen Tobias
56:18
hard to hear you, Royal
Katie Sheats
01:00:50
Seems like students who really enjoy being "in class" with each other could have "watch parties" for asynchronous sessions...
Cheryl Benham Greenacre
01:00:55
should we be recording the Q&A sessions?
Katie Sheats
01:00:57
Virtually of course!
Misty Renee Bailey
01:01:10
That's a cool idea, Katie.
Jesse Watson
01:01:12
That's a great idea to suggest to them!
India Lane
01:01:18
Yes or some kind of schedule
Jennifer Hodgson
01:01:42
We also polled our students and they also preferred synchronous; but wanted these recorded so that if they could not make it they could still get access to it. I agree it all depends on how well is it done. Also agree, in that they would likely not like if it was all synchronous.
Sherry Clouser
01:02:30
Including the Why - so helpful!
Karen Tobias
01:02:41
Based on the UT University survey, students need some "contact" with faculty to feel engaged and invested. So at least a few synchronous Zoom Q&A sessions.
Claudia Kirk
01:03:06
yes sherry, many students did not know how to organize time. they preferred mostly synchronous, as long as done well. with MS in the zoom room, we had tech difficulty and they preferred the higher quality of asynchronous lecture capture.
Katharine Lunn
01:03:18
I would also point out that many of us have not been recipients of asynchronous online learning. Having taken a one-year course in this format, I understand the challenges from their perspective a lot better.
Maryanne
01:03:52
Is there a concern for the students ending up with an increased workload if most courses switch to asynchronous delivery and then also expect additional participation in question and answer sessions? If you do this, how often should you schedule “live” Q&A sessions to reduce the risk of them still being obligated to multiple Q&A sessions across classes that end up creating a new fixed schedule?
Karen Tobias
01:05:07
Q&A sessions either need to be recorded or a chat summary posted. What has worked at UTCVM is one Q&A for 3 recorded sessions.
India Lane
01:05:42
We need some consistency and clear information for students
Katie Sheats
01:06:02
How does audience see the poll results?
India Lane
01:06:08
About what is live, recorded, expected attendance
Jesse Watson
01:06:15
Certainly, Maryanne, that is a concern. Unfortunately, while an instructor may think of a Q&A session as optional and not count the time...the students will count that time.
Claudia Kirk
01:06:31
agreed. our students complained about variability of style in LMS
Tae Jeon
01:07:17
The attached file is what CVM/NC State uses when working with faculty to break down content to more granular level with following Bloom’s and Gagne’s learning outcome domains. It can provide good measure of using different modalities for delivering content.
India Lane
01:07:23
Does the poll allow identified students (ie for a quiz question)
denaelobato
01:07:24
Any suggestions for how long to remain in a Q&A session and how to encourage attendance at those? Very few students showed up to zoom office hours last semester
Misty Renee Bailey
01:08:45
Yes, you can set the poll as anonymous or not.
Sherry Clouser
01:09:13
India - after the session, you can see the names in the poll report
Sherry Clouser
01:09:22
If you do not allow anonymity.
Karen Tobias
01:10:52
UTCVM, please note we have a hearing impaired student in 3rd year class so consider that in plans.
Claudia Kirk
01:12:06
we actually have one in the second year too, but does not ask for accommodations. we need to assume this is broader than disclosed.
Royal Paschall
01:13:15
Many of the students, that didn’t ‘need’ the captions asked me why some courses were captioned and others weren’t because they really liked them
Connie Fazio
01:13:33
and UT does this for techsmithrelay videos?
Misty Renee Bailey
01:14:02
Yes, Dr. Fazio. Through SDS when we have a student with that need.
Jennifer Hodgson
01:14:04
Have to go to another meeting - thanks Jesse and Sherry! And India and Misty for organizing this great session
Royal Paschall
01:14:13
Yes and No Connie, UT does it specifically for the lecture videos that the students is enrolled in
Claudia Kirk
01:14:25
yes Ut does this if we have accommodation need, but not if for broad use.
Karen Tobias
01:15:26
I use Canvas Studio
Cheryl Benham Greenacre
01:15:44
Do you think the students will be reluctant to ask questions if they are being recorded?
jennifer stokes
01:20:24
oops
Genevieve Bussieres
01:20:43
good to know😉😂
India Lane
01:25:08
Any other questions before we wrapped?
India Lane
01:25:30
Wrap up
Jesse Watson
01:25:33
A session by Drs. Kedrowicz and Schoenfeld on facilitating groups online:
Jesse Watson
01:25:35
https://mediasite.wolfware.ncsu.edu/online/Play/4c63be8c4b5e466eaf376096ed543bae1d
Kathleen Makolinski
01:25:40
me too about the polls
Misty Renee Bailey
01:26:36
Kathleen and India--You can make different sets of questions within the same session. That might be the issue.
Misty Renee Bailey
01:26:57
Just a thought.
Connie Fazio
01:27:05
thank you
Mariea Ross-Estrada
01:27:15
Thank you
dianne mawby
01:27:20
Thanks for a fantastic session!!!!
Micha Simons
01:27:33
Thank you, this was a great discussion!
Lysa Posner
01:27:46
Lots of helpful ideas. Thank you
Alexandra Gilley
01:27:54
Thank you...great information!
Robert Gilley
01:27:54
Thanks!
Katharine Lunn
01:27:58
Thank you!