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Weekly Community Connection - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindsay Woodside
32:57
Put yourself in the "shoes of the learner" great advice
James Skidmore
34:42
Everyone’s anxiety level is up, way up. What are the particular impacts of anxiety on engagement?
Lindsay Woodside
41:04
Could the workers build resentment toward the lurkers and the (schurkers?), if student to student engagement is an important piece of learner engagement?
Brandon Carson
47:52
I am a big fan of the FOLC model: https://eilab.ca/fully-online-learning-community/
Lindsay Woodside
50:01
Teacher notes attached to resources are important - annotate them! Excellent suggestion.
Lindsay Woodside
51:02
use short videos, community discussion spaces, small quizzes to build confidence!
Kirk Perris
54:22
Search term: (guided) didactic conversation in distance education
Kirk Perris
54:23
https://www.igi-global.com/dictionary/discussion-online-learning-pedagogical-frameworks/12665
Lindsay Woodside
55:34
Sanjay says: think of administrative, technical and academic requirements in remote/online teaching and learning
Lindsay Woodside
57:19
Hi Janice...welcome! Just listening to Sanjay and Kirk chat about leaner engagement in remote settings
Sanjay Mishra
58:02
https://tec-variety.com/
Sanjay Mishra
58:14
https://sway.office.com/yQ2s0Bm3ILkWtGll?ref=Link
Saddiya Rose
59:17
great thank you
Brandon Carson
01:01:40
Sorry, have some screaming kids so trying to stay off of the mic. The FOLC model is similar to COI, and I like how it emphasizes the the collaboration between peer-to-peer learning and facilitator-to-student learning.
Lindsay Woodside
01:04:30
Thanks Brandon, great options here for how to frame learner engagement
Lindsay Woodside
01:05:36
Use a balance of different activities to keep students motivated! Great recommendation.
Lindsay Woodside
01:06:56
Student engagement as part of the assessment strategy....is anyone doing this?
Kirk Perris
01:10:08
Some summary points:
Kirk Perris
01:10:40
1) Manage expectations / learning outcomes, do things with purpose2) Variety, variety, variety3) Workers, Lurkers, Shirkers; leverage your learners to support your efforts. Move the lurkers to workers, and move the shirkers to lurkers3) Guided didactic conversation (search this term)4) As an instructor, be a guide on the side...
Kirk Perris
01:11:38
Thank you for all your contributions - here in the chat, and voiced questions