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08/05/20: Teaching in Autumn: Faculty Panel: 2:00 - 3:00 PM - Shared screen with speaker view
Alison Brauneis
19:13
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Alison Brauneis
19:31
Welcome and thank you Christian, Laura and Glenn!
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
35:34
Tis true! Students LOVE the chat function!
Graham Weaver
35:35
Glenn: What did you talk about in your 10 min sessions?
Graham Weaver
36:20
Glenn: Also, was it hard to manage the chat and polling while also teaching? did you do that or use a TA?
Alison Brauneis
37:09
For more information on polling and other Zoom engagement features that Glenn mentioned, see our resource: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/zoom-engagement-tools/
elaine smith
48:08
More suggestions and a GSB classroom norms template are available under “Establishing norms” section under Online Pedagogy in the Teaching Playbook https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/
elaine smith
48:43
Your faculty assistant can work with you to complete the template and add it to your Canvas homepage.
Mary Barth
52:54
Laura mentioned a "managing participants" list. Is this different from the participant's list
Alison Brauneis
53:39
@Mary Barth - It’s the same as the Participants list.
Ken Shotts
53:45
Question: what were things you tried that seemed like great ideas, but turned out not to work very well? (I’d like to avoid going down the same wrong paths).
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
53:51
I ‘manage’ the participants list ;).
Mary Barth
54:07
Thank you!
Graham Weaver
54:42
Did you have to reduce the content in order to facilitate more break-out rooms, etc?
takuo sugaya
56:31
If we teach a hybrid of in-person and online in the fall, do you foresee any new challenges in addition to all-online format? If so, do you have any idea of how to overcome those?
Alison Brauneis
59:10
If you would like to record content in a teaching studio on campus, please reach out to the Teaching and Learning Hub and we will get you scheduled in a studio. http://tlhub.stanford.edu/contact-us
Mary Barth
01:02:11
How important is it to look at the camera instead of the students' on-screen squares
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
01:02:33
I try to look at the camera as much as possible!
Mary Barth
01:03:00
Thanks!
Ken Shotts
01:03:18
<highly skeptical of Christian’s claims> :)
jungho
01:03:23
Did you evaluate students' performance differently in the spring quarter? For example, how about a type of assignments and exams?
Christian Wheeler
01:03:30
@ken hater!
Graham Weaver
01:04:25
Was grading trickier? or similar to in-person?
Christian Wheeler
01:05:13
@mary I think it is important, but I’m terrible at it. I find it very hard not to try to see people’s reactions real time
demarest
01:06:24
Mine is the same as Takuo’s — teaching in-person and online simultane
demarest
01:07:01
simultaneously. Any thoughts on particular challenges with that circumstance?
Alison Brauneis
01:09:41
The Autumn Quarter Task Force and us, at the Teaching at Learning Hub, will be providing hybrid resources in the coming weeks, along with practice sessions.
Alison Brauneis
01:12:01
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Alison Brauneis
01:13:11
Before you head out today, please take a moment to share your thoughts on today’s event and share your appreciation with our faculty panelists: http://tiny.cc/Aug5FacultyPanel
Ken Shotts
01:13:43
Thank you all for sharing your thoughts & advice with us!
takuo sugaya
01:14:47
Thank you!