Weekly Community Connection - Shared screen with speaker view
Also hey all! I’m Lillian Hogendoorn from eCampusOntario. Responsible for our Open Library and Open publishing tools (Pressbooks, H5P Studio)
Go ahead and introduce yourself in the chat everyone! Let us know where you hail from
So psyched to see you all here!
@chad do you have research about "chunking" that can be shared with faculty? This is something that many instructors struggle with when they are moving to remote teaching.
@chad how long are the Zoom sessions?
Thank you for your question, Tricia. I encourage others to ask questions and I will compile a list for after Ed and Chad are finished speaking.
@Tricia - a great resource - “How Learning Works” - Ambrose, Bridges, DiPietro, Lovett, Norman - chi 2 is good for this approach.
I have that resource Tim, it is great. Thanks for the reminder
I love that approach, Chad. A way of preparing them for going out to industry.
I appreciate your honesty, Ed.
It is overwhelming and scary
I also found that bringing throughly personal experiences helped my students realize that we were all in this together.
Good recommendation Tricia!How learning works is the BEST book I have ever read. https://firstliteracy.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/How-Learning-Works.pdf
Teams would also be a great tool to use to build an online community. Have a lot of discussion that students can see on their phones and computers.
@Chad, I loved your running youtube video on assessment .You might like this interesting document from Lausanne and Swiss Distance University Institute produced under Creative Commons licence.https://www.unil.ch/coronavirus/files/live/sites/coronavirus/files/vademecum_for_the_remote%20_assessment_of_students-2.pdf
I really appreciate the human approach to teaching right now.
Thank you @Gerlareh. I look forward to checking it out.
They truly appr
appreciate the personable human approach. we all need that. love what you are doing, sharing your own stories.
I like that approach Ed…people will find resources out in the world anyway
Thanks for letting me lurk...I have another meeting... I appreciate hearing your reflections
It sounds like there are a lot of simulations out there. It would be great if we made a list to share with other faculty.
Thank you for joining us Sherri.
Thanks Ed and Chad.
Have you guys been curating videos form various sources on practical skills?
What has been the feedback from instructors (if any) regarding the continuing of an online presence post COVID?
if you're using MsT, they just announced that they are rolling out their first update to view 9 participants simultaneously by the end of April and will increase the limit even further.https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/17010055-show-video-for-all-people-in-video-meeting
Hey folks! There’s a great list going for virtual labs and simulations that you can contribute to or learn from here:
Thank you Lillian!
Can we add videos to that list? As per Davids question?
I believe there is video content there! Also as a plug… if you’ve got an open license on video content you’re producing, we’ll take it in Ontario’s Open Library ;)
Building community with our online learners is so important right now.
A very accessible approach to take, Chad.
we’re looking at putting content on memory sticks and sending them to students who have limited, little, or no access to wifi
we just cut and paste
Good stuff, Lillian.
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Or if you’ve got a bunch of content, email email@example.com
Safety would be an issue for so many different disciplines, from engineering to trades to biology/chem
I think having a laptop is a new entry requirement for post-secondary programs @Chad
I think that would be great, David, along with specific requirements per program.
We’re contemplating food delivery service alliance and instructions to go with our Culinary programs.
I know that Centennial College is starting that BYOD program in the coming year… anyone from Centennial here?
One private institution is providing iPads for their students complete with all the content pre-loaded. Still suffer connection issues though
We have just announced minimum tech requirements at UofT
Super interesting, Ann!
It seems like a lot of institutions are doing this. I am interested in researching this more.
yes, now is the time for re-design
true. it’s a huge shift.
@Ann can you share some of the content with us?
I have a question to ask the group if I may,
Thanks Chad, I was going to ask the same question
@Gelareh It specifies OS (PC and MAC), memory, browsers, and recommended accessories
@David is that website public facing?
Love that course trailer idea!!
amazing. would be great to review it.
A course trailer is a great way to connect with students
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That is a fantastic idea , the 1.5 min trailer.
Faculty empowerment has always been a David Porter signature move ;)
I hope this improves the use of technology-enabled learning moving forward.
Live link: https://view.genial.ly/5e8ce13874dd8c0e246ef382
@David Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for sharing these resources David. Ive bookmarked for review this weekend
I sent the Pdf of the book
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Thanks for sharing @David
Amazing David as always
@Chad I lost the link for the book. Can you please resend.
And if you’ve lost any links, we’lll post the video and the chat on our COVID-19 page :)
Thanks everyone, have to leave for another zoom session, take care and have a wonderful weekend!
Chad are you familiar with Small Teaching Online?
lol. Just posted it
Flower Darby is great
Lol, I need to learn to be patient
Agreed! pedagogy and instructional design must be built in
Please share recordings
Great discussion! Thank you.
Thank you! Very well done!
Thank you, very interesting! Took a lot of notes.
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Thanks everyone! This was so helpful.
Great to hear Lillian, these session have been great for staying connected
Thanks so much for joining and sharing
I can send our graphic plan for rapid dev to you all
Great session, everyone! Thanks :)
@chadhflinn on twitter
That would be great David