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Welcome and thank you Christian, Laura and Glenn!
Tis true! Students LOVE the chat function!
Glenn: What did you talk about in your 10 min sessions?
Glenn: Also, was it hard to manage the chat and polling while also teaching? did you do that or use a TA?
For more information on polling and other Zoom engagement features that Glenn mentioned, see our resource: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/zoom-engagement-tools/
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/
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Laura mentioned a "managing participants" list. Is this different from the participant's list
@Mary Barth - It’s the same as the Participants list.
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).
I ‘manage’ the participants list ;).
Did you have to reduce the content in order to facilitate more break-out rooms, etc?
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?
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How important is it to look at the camera instead of the students' on-screen squares
I try to look at the camera as much as possible!
<highly skeptical of Christian’s claims> :)
Did you evaluate students' performance differently in the spring quarter? For example, how about a type of assignments and exams?
Was grading trickier? or similar to in-person?
@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
Mine is the same as Takuo’s — teaching in-person and online simultane
simultaneously. Any thoughts on particular challenges with that circumstance?
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.
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