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FCDSI Quick Talks - 10/14 - Google Gsuite - Shared screen with gallery view
Michelle Peterson
14:19
https://its.sdsu.edu/covid-19/flex/quick-talks/
Michelle Peterson
14:47
https://its.sdsu.edu/training/
Christopher Werry
15:03
Hope there will be a future talk on how to create Ken's gnarly pirate eyepath
Christopher Werry
15:21
*patch
Michelle Peterson
16:52
Video Filters! https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115002595343-Video-enhancements
Beth Pollard
29:09
Are the groups color-coded (ex: Grade 1 Pink; Grade 2 Blue …)
Beth Pollard
29:26
And, if the students are logged in with sdsu email can you see who did the erasing?
Beth Pollard
31:40
They LOVE cahoot!
Andrea Saltzman Martin
31:52
kahoot.com
Beth Pollard
32:06
We should do a Quick Talk with K-12 kids...
Christopher Werry
32:46
How long did it take to set up everything?
Christopher Werry
32:53
Ignore Jen just asked
Beth Pollard
33:35
Sounds like it's not dissimilar to the prep one would normally do... just the Qs are public!
Andrea Saltzman Martin
33:47
What a great way to share out from break out rooms in Zoom.
Sarah Maheronnaghsh
34:36
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ikEojc9_wI
Andrea Saltzman Martin
35:47
Nice tips, Rebecca!
Lisa Kath
36:30
Is there some benefit to using Google Slides vs. PowerPoint slides when teaching?
Beth Pollard
37:44
You can also add results of survey or in-class activities !
Christopher Werry
37:52
Yes also easier to do share screen if stick to one application (browser)
Ken Arnold
38:11
Thank you Sarah -great ideas! Gotta go pillage and plunder my students' projects now.
Andrea Saltzman Martin
38:12
Good point, Christopher
Lisa Kath
39:17
got it - thank you!
Christopher Werry
39:32
I'm keen to give it a try - thanks Sarah and Beth!
Lisa Kath
40:28
I'm thinking of trying the Jamboard to mix things up for my grad seminar next semester - thanks for the introduction!
Beth Pollard
41:13
Even in the grad class I think you could ask what Q they still have after the reading... or what source they thought was most revealing/fascinating and why...
Andrea Saltzman Martin
41:44
Right, Beth. Nice way to start a session...
Beth Pollard
41:49
Tip 1: Loot Effective K-12 PedagogyTip 2: Take the Time to Do the Pre-Class Set-Up (Pre-populate the Jamboard and Pre-group the Students)Tip 3: Share a 6-minute Jam-Board TutorialTip 4: Encourage Students to Use @sdsu.edu Accounts (to head-off any permissions/access problems)Tip 5: Use the Jamboard to Create Synchronous Community (or to Wrap-Up Conversation) or Asynchronous Running Billboard
Lisa Kath
42:10
Agreed, Beth - it feels like it might be a good way to get everyone's brain in the right space! :)
LindaWoods, ITS, SDSU
42:41
It’s Phil Denman I think and ?
Christopher Werry
42:51
How much time do you spend training students how to use?
Michelle Peterson
43:05
The recording of today session and tips will be at: https://sdsu.instructure.com/courses/216/modules/53201
John Putman
43:10
Thanks!
Lisa Kath
43:12
Thanks so much, everyone!!
Michelle Peterson
43:16
https://its.sdsu.edu/training/
Christopher Werry
43:16
Thanks!