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Experiential learning in the HyFlex classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
Tim Anderson
28:47
When you send out the recording could you please include part 1 and 2. Thanks
Ajitha Chandrika Prasanna Kumaran
29:15
I am unable to hear
Ajitha Chandrika Prasanna Kumaran
30:11
Now I can, thank you
Breana Bayraktar
33:26
Hashtag: #SOCHyFLex
Student Opportunity Center
36:07
@FollowtheSOC, @breanna @NOVAcommunitycollege @denisekhenry @CSUPueblo @jengaekang
Student Opportunity Center
36:46
@jeongaekang
Michael Rackett
36:54
Breana: I'm interested in what you envision peer review could look like in a F2F socially distanced classroom?
Student Opportunity Center
36:59
typing too fast!
Jillian Miller
37:15
Can anybody else not see the slides?
vincent owhoso
37:48
turn on your video
Kathleen Weiss
38:45
Breana: What are your thoughts on the equity in student experience when some may be engaging in a live session and some accessing it in a recorded session?
Jennifer Ebinger
39:00
This is a strong strategy - low stakes and ‘choice’. It will improve engagement.
Jennifer Ebinger
39:59
Low stakes with choice, I meant.
Eileen Grodziak
40:07
just lost audio - video froze
Kathleen Weiss
40:34
Breana: How do you envision grading various product types? (using one rubric?)
Michael Berlin
41:47
Excellent Presentation, very good ideas. I hope the presentation slides will be included with the Google Documents.
Kathleen Weiss
42:19
Thank you! Great insight!
regina.kenton
42:52
Thanks Breana! Very helpful. I like that the assignments are available regardless of the students choice of modality
Kathleen Weiss
43:37
That was quick but effective in seeing your ideas!
Breana Bayraktar
44:08
Thanks everyone! I write at https://higheredpraxis.substack.com
Breana Bayraktar
44:35
And I love twitter so feel free to reach out to me there as well https://twitter.com/breana
Student Opportunity Center
45:07
Recording of parts 1 & 2, slides from both and the resources doc will all be circulated
Breana Bayraktar
45:21
Michael: RE peer review in a socially distanced F2F class - this is SO hard!
Denise K. Henry
46:02
I use Google Doc’s commenting feature for peer review
Breana Bayraktar
46:04
I would most likely have Ss working in a shared Google doc rather than looking at the same scree
Eileen Grodziak
46:08
@Breana - fabulous blog!
Kathleen Weiss
46:25
I love the checklist idea
Breana Bayraktar
47:05
But depending on how small the room is/how nervous students are about sitting near each other, I might save peer work for online and focus our whole class time on large group work that I can facilitate.
Kathleen Weiss
47:07
I could see how the checklist could also use the checklist to see where you spend more time developing resources (if one is used a lot and others aren't used as much)!
Aaron Johnson
47:13
General: Are there FERPA concerns using Google Docs for student work?
regina.kenton
47:24
Hi Jeongae: What’s your fav tool for a checklist? Is it through Sakai or another tool like google sheets with checkboxes?
Breana Bayraktar
47:34
Aaron - our students have school email-linked google accounts
Kathleen Weiss
47:58
@Aaron, the FERPA concerns may depend on your university? Our university has not cleared us to use Google, but we are a medical university. Others may integrate it within their systems.
Breana Bayraktar
48:04
but, if they are using personal (anonymous) accounts it shouldn't be sharing any personal information necessarily?
Jennifer Ebinger
48:55
These are terrific data driven approach to instruction. Straight forward, practical and easy to use techniques.
Breana Bayraktar
49:13
Feel free to tweet Qs that you think of after this session is over! https://twitter.com/FollowTheSOC #SOCHyFlex
Kathleen Weiss
50:23
Thank you, Jeongae!
Lee Anne Martinez
51:03
Can students see the class progress on checklist, or just the individual?
Matt Drase
51:37
Go Redbirds! Dr. Kang! ISU Alumni here - thank you for sharing your work.
Michael Berlin
51:45
How well do the groups work? What do you do to facilitate successful groupwork? Any particular problems?
Jennifer Ebinger
52:30
That would be a great way to gamify the progress of the pods of students if one is alternating in person classrooms from week to week.
Seth Leibowitz
52:45
Does anyone in the forum have suggestions for how to teach when you have some students present in the classroom, teacher is in the classroom, and some students are on zoom?
Breana Bayraktar
53:25
@Seth - I think it depends on the tech available, but Jennie is offering a great tool right now!
Denise K. Henry
53:31
Here is an eBook written by SFU https://edtechbooks.org/hyflex
Kathleen Weiss
53:35
@Seth I think it would depend on if students have choice between these 3 options or if they are assigned to one at certain days/times
Breana Bayraktar
53:48
That's a great point Kathleen!
Seth Leibowitz
53:58
they are all engaged at the same time
Kathleen Weiss
54:36
@Seth I could see F2F students paired with Zoom(virtual) students for engagement to avoid social distancing concerns
Denise K. Henry
54:46
The online/hybrid strategies tab of this live binder has hyflex lesson examples for 50 and 75 min classes https://www.livebinders.com/b/2676640
Aaron Johnson
55:00
General: What do people think are the limits of other (besides your school's LMS) platforms. I think there is a lot of value for students to have just a single place to go online. If every prof uses there own preferred platform do you think it could become overwhelming for students, especially the less tech savvy ones
Kathleen Weiss
55:32
Jennie: How easy is this platform for new people to learn?
Denise K. Henry
55:40
We use the LMS as a “home base” then link other tools as necessary
Breana Bayraktar
55:46
@Aaron - I agree on trying to have one place for Ss to go. If you have different tools, try to find ways to embed them in the LMS you have
Alexis Wolstein
55:49
I've had great success using Nearpod as live lessons and student-paced lessons for library instruction! Great replacement for the classic "one-shot" model and I'm able to get great assessment I would never hae the opportunity for in a "one-shot"
Breana Bayraktar
55:55
haha, exactly, Denise!
Alexis Wolstein
56:16
@Kathleen - super easy! very user friendly!
Kathleen Weiss
56:28
Thanks!
Breana Bayraktar
57:50
I have some resources here (https://higheredpraxis.substack.com/p/cetl-tip-microlectures) on creating microlectures that might be helpful in thinking about presenting content online...
Aaron Johnson
58:07
But linking to tools that don't work with their SSO seems like potentially problematic
Kathleen Weiss
58:26
Jennie: How easily do these tools integrate within D2L? We use D2L as well
Denise K. Henry
58:49
Nearpod has LMS integrations that facilitate SSO
Denise K. Henry
59:30
The most robust integration they offer is for canvas. In Blackboard, students can access the lesson using sos but there is no gradebook functionality
Lee Anne Martinez
01:00:08
How do you get students to give their last names?
Denise K. Henry
01:01:04
If you use the LMS sign on then students names are pre populated in the report. Otherwise, I tell them, no name = no participation credit
Marilyn Seeley
01:01:51
Jennie - What is the nature of the group mtg 3 times in the semester?
Matt Drase
01:02:18
So if there is no way to fully integrate Nearpod into Blackboard for grading, do you as the instructor just add that in manually?
Kathleen Weiss
01:02:48
Curious if there are any medical educators in the webinar? Thanks!
FREDERICK BROCKMEIER
01:03:02
Can you drop NearPod activity into the middle of a video to assess comprehension?
regina.kenton
01:03:14
Thanks Jennie!
Kathleen Weiss
01:04:13
General question: Does anyone have thoughts or tips for ensuring accessibility (for students with disabilities, and students in general)
Breana Bayraktar
01:04:15
As we think about in-person vs. live remote vs. async. modes, I also think it's important to be thoughtful about how we are using live video class sessions - they aren't automatically equivalent to in-person class. I have some research & articles here: https://higheredpraxis.substack.com/p/cetl-tip-zoom-and-live-class-meeting
Jennie Jones
01:04:36
Aaron- The neared platform creates a link that canoe uploaded like a web page in your management system
Ekaterina Lioutikova
01:05:39
@Breana - thank you for all the helpful tips
Jennie Jones
01:05:44
Kathleen- I use the “share” link to integrate into D2L
Breana Bayraktar
01:06:13
Don't forget - you can always follow up later via twitter - just tag #SOCHyFlex @FollowTheSOC@denisekhenry@JEONGAEKANG
Breana Bayraktar
01:06:31
https://twitter.com/breana
Jeongae Kang
01:06:50
I googled “integrating Nearpod Blackboard” and found this! https://app.nearpod.com/presentation?pin=FE29A6F648D762C79C5CBA7F6219BA99-1
Jennie Jones
01:06:57
Lee- I would put a first and last name requirement in my syllabus :-) (and provide lots of reminders).
Breana Bayraktar
01:07:27
I second Denise's suggestion of Brian Beatty's book: https://edtechbooks.org/hyflex I have found it super helpful!
Jeongae Kang
01:08:09
Me, too! I love the book @Denise @ Breana
Breana Bayraktar
01:08:39
Claire Major has a great book as well: https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/title/teaching-online
Jennie Jones
01:08:47
Matt- Similar to Breana’s Low stakes examples- the actives I include in Nearpod are part of their participation grade and do not receive individual grades
regina.kenton
01:08:51
Amen to this Denise! Tech with a purpose, not just to use tech
Breana Bayraktar
01:10:04
Claire's "Teaching Online: A Guide to Theory, Research, and Practice" was offered up FREE earlier this summer, so it's possible to find the free e-book chapters...out there
Naomi Yavneh Klos
01:10:06
General: what are either free tools or techniques to help prevent cheating or plagiarism
Breana Bayraktar
01:10:28
@Naomi - I think assignment design is key to addressing cheating
Jennie Jones
01:10:49
Frederick: You may be able to add/link EdPuzzle to Nearpod to provide questions in the middle of a video
Breana Bayraktar
01:10:55
I have some resources here: https://higheredpraxis.substack.com/p/cetl-tip-technology-and-academic
Kathleen Weiss
01:11:10
Thanks!
Marilyn Seeley
01:11:13
Denise: Can you pls repeat the technology you just recommended?
Jeongae Kang
01:11:17
IF you are using a canvas, check the following link to get to know about checklist https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-15243-4212947391
Denise K. Henry
01:11:25
Flipgrid
Breana Bayraktar
01:11:32
But the best thing we can do to encourage academic integrity is to design differently
Adam Pocius
01:12:03
Amen, @Breana
Breana Bayraktar
01:12:16
And it's HARD. I'm not minimizing that!
Breana Bayraktar
01:12:30
Or minimizing the concerns!
Denise K. Henry
01:13:25
I agree that the key to cheat proof assignments are to ask questions that require divergent and emergent thinking.
Breana Bayraktar
01:13:36
absolutely @Denise!
Denise K. Henry
01:13:46
The convergent thinking questions are best for formative assessments
Kathleen Weiss
01:14:15
General: What do the presenters recommend for professors who may not have time to think about the overall design of their course, but may need more quick, crisis-mode practices that can have high-impact? (I recognize there is no quick full solution, but any you would prioritize?)
Denise K. Henry
01:15:26
@kathleen Are you familiar with the community of inquiry framework?
Michael Berlin
01:15:46
To any of the presenters, any suggestions to facilitate group work? I have had mixed results in this area over the years in a face to face setting and sense that it is more complicated on-line.
Kathleen Weiss
01:15:47
@Deniseyet
Kathleen Weiss
01:15:53
@Denise - yes*
Jillian Miller
01:16:22
“Alternative Assessment” for Math: Provide students with incorrect “solutions”. They have to identify the errors and then correct them. This is difficult for them to look up, but still assesses their understanding.
Denise K. Henry
01:17:54
@Kathleen You might implement strategies to support each type of presence. That would create a cohesive experience for students. There are some tips sheets in the Templates tab of this live binder that might be useful https://www.livebinders.com/b/2687046
Denise K. Henry
01:18:07
Yes, Jillian!
Isabelle Lagadic
01:18:26
@Jillian Miller. Agree. I do the same in chemistry. Recording video with mistakes.
Kathleen Weiss
01:18:54
@Denise I don't think the link worked, but great idea!
Jillian Miller
01:19:33
@Isabelle! Great idea! I hadn’t thought about that!
regina.kenton
01:20:05
Or even socially distant in person, how do we collaborate?
Rachel Osgood
01:20:31
Google Jamboard looks awesome for group work
Joan Lehoullier
01:20:36
would like some info on the f to f collaboration as well
Denise K. Henry
01:20:41
Here is an interactive graphic with team project considerations you might find useful https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1341561366443458561
Kathleen Weiss
01:20:41
With group work: Link it to objectives in the course about communication and team work if possible
Jillian Miller
01:20:50
@Rachel: IT IS!!! I LOVE Jamboard!
Denise K. Henry
01:21:03
Jamboard is AWESOME!
Kathleen Weiss
01:21:09
Also with group work - I wonder if you could offer discussion boards in small group for that and turn over ownership to them more
Isabelle Lagadic
01:21:12
@ Jillian. Thanks. It’s can be a good alternative for labs, when in-person labs are not practical.
Kathleen Weiss
01:21:47
Yes! Let students bring their ideas and value their ideas!
Kathleen Weiss
01:22:05
*as a professor, show them you value their ideas
Jennie Jones
01:22:47
Resource for group roles: https://teachingcenter.wustl.edu/resources/active-learning/group-work-in-class/using-roles-in-group-work/
Michael Berlin
01:23:02
Thank you for the useful suggestions on group work
Kathleen Weiss
01:23:24
Thank you!
Rebecca Frank
01:23:33
Thank you! This was very helpful.
Vannia Ruiz
01:23:37
Thank you so much!!!
Breana Bayraktar
01:23:37
https://twitter.com/hashtag/SOCHyFlex
anetachrzanowska
01:24:02
Wonderful session! Thank you to ALL presenters!
Denise K. Henry
01:24:23
Jigsaws are one of my fav in person collaborative activities. You can pair it with a gSlides presentation share out
Wanda Claro DDS MS
01:24:31
Appreciate all the tips!
Kathleen Weiss
01:24:35
F2F group work: give students the time to think and collaborate, minimize the pressure to share ideas by talking in their group first; using a strategy like think-pair-share
Michael Rackett
01:25:20
@Kathleen. How will pair-share work with 6 feet apart?
Kathleen Weiss
01:26:04
@Michael - good point. That is challenging. I was thinking in a pre-COVID context. However, perhaps the small groups involve both F2F and virtual students, or happen on a discussion board?
regina.kenton
01:26:32
There’s been discussion about having members of in-person and virtual doing most of the work virtually
Michael Rackett
01:27:32
That''s my challenge, Kathleen. How do I do anything engaging F2F that couldn't be done online? And if the answer is "we can't," tyhen why am I bringing them together in class?
Breana Bayraktar
01:27:35
@Regina, that's definitely something that some of us might need to do - even in-person students' work being facilitated w/tech
Breana Bayraktar
01:27:48
@Michael that's a good point...
Ekaterina Lioutikova
01:28:04
@Michael: exactly
regina.kenton
01:28:31
Yeah, I was thinking have the in-person be in the leader role, even if that role has to shift at some point
Breana Bayraktar
01:28:54
I will probably keep most group work online/async/choice per the group and save F2F time for whole class work
Breana Bayraktar
01:29:27
We welcome follow up questions! Please don't hesitate to reach out: https://twitter.com/hashtag/SOCHyFlex
Jeongae Kang
01:29:34
SLACK is free
regina.kenton
01:29:44
Yeah, Slack and some of our students want to use Discord, mainly from our gaming and animation depts
Adam Pocius
01:29:51
Microsoft Teams
Denise K. Henry
01:30:50
For me, the main reason to offer in person is to support students who need that human contact. Thinking along the lines of trauma informed teaching here.
Ekaterina Lioutikova
01:30:58
My university made the decision to prioritize face-to-face; at least 75% class meetings must be in person
Kathleen Weiss
01:30:59
I think the "design for online" tip from the very beginning could be helpful to keep in mind - design so it CAN be online and try to integrate F2F opportunities IF possible
regina.kenton
01:31:03
Good point @Michael
Rachel Osgood
01:31:05
I need a tutor for all of these new collaborative technologies. I guess there are probably YouTube tutorials…
Breana Bayraktar
01:31:18
I totally agree @Denise!
Joan Lehoullier
01:31:22
thanks to you all
Marilyn Seeley
01:31:27
Great job. Very interesting and helpful.
Kathleen Weiss
01:31:39
@Regina - perhaps you could connect with one of the speakers or another with some experience?
Denise K. Henry
01:31:41
Thank you for a great session!
Kathleen Weiss
01:31:44
Thank you to all!
calista cleary
01:31:51
Thanks to all the presenters -this was a terrific session!
vincent owhoso
01:31:54
Hope you will include the recordings as well
regina.kenton
01:32:04
Thanks y’all. This was super helpful. Good point @Kathleen…I’ve written down their Twitter handles ;-)
Claudia Nelson
01:32:05
Thank you. I learned about a few more strategies to support my students engagement in their own learning.
Lidiane Castro Gregory
01:32:12
Thank you all! This session was so helpful!
Ekaterina Lioutikova
01:32:21
@Denise: I have come to the same conclusion about the human contact aspect
vincent owhoso
01:32:35
Hope we can access the recordings
Denise K. Henry
01:32:49
Recordings will be shared for sure
Lee Anne Martinez
01:33:14
you can unmute Zoom by pressing & holding the space bar
Kathleen Weiss
01:33:26
@Lee Anne good tip!
Denise K. Henry
01:33:48
Awesome growth mindset flex jennie!
Kathleen Weiss
01:34:43
Also, good to keep in mind that online opens up opportunities that weren't present before! :)
Melynda Conner
01:35:09
Thanks so much for this!
regina.kenton
01:35:11
GREAT points! Thanks so much
Jennie Jones
01:35:19
Thanks to you all!
Isabelle Lagadic
01:35:21
Thanks you very much for a great webinar!!