Don't be a slave to perfect execution and lock-step perfect design and loose out on the good learning that can happen with less than idealized work. Even Jesus - as perfect as he was encountered students who still didn't "get it". Good Enough Online Learning | Piktochart Visual Editor Source: Good Enough Online Learning
See how easy it is to get your students to engage in online synchronous sessions using their own curiosity. Not sure it's possible? What if it is?
flip.it/Zsk5K5 The good folks over at ISTA.org have a few more tips for this of us faculty who need still more inspiration for remote instruction situations.
If your classes are using Zoom as a way to meet synchronously - and it seems like when you click on the Zoom tool in the left-hand side of a course - nothing shows up you're not alone in thinking somethings amiss. Google put into motion some changes to make Google Chrome more secure and … Continue reading Zoom not showing up in Sakai? Here’s why:
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It looks like there's no shortage of ideas or suggestions when it comes to teaching remotely. Here are a few more from the Chronicle of Higher Education. A few from the list include: Poll your students to find out what their technology situation is like. Do they have the internet, is it reliable? Do they … Continue reading More tips for remote instruction
If you're using Zoom for connecting with your class, bear in mind that the time of a meeting matters. Be sure to ask or check for the time zone for the meeting. If the time zone isn't specified, ask. When using Zoom, you can access and specify your time zone settings by visiting the Zoom … Continue reading Timezones – They do exist
Active learning is possible in online and through remote instruction, one-way lecture doesn't have to be the only way to teach.
Oddly enough this is not some strange new form of social distancing yoga brought on by the current health care crisis, rather is what can happen if you're not sure of how to control the various channels enabled by using Zoom or any other client that enables video conferencing and share and chat features. In … Continue reading Watch out for Zoombombing!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxNWXkgFUEE You can also use schedule meeting sessions by visiting the Zoom login, including recurring sessions on multiple days; just be sure to start and join the meetings using the correct links. If you are pivoting from face to face to remote instruction, keep in mind that students have to make a change from … Continue reading Find your Zoom Personal Meeting Join URL