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IRC: Online Teaching - Shared screen with speaker view
Pat Gaegler
23:07
I am teaching the history of the early Middle Ages
samanthashad
23:07
writing fiction
Carl W. Kenney II
23:07
The Black Press
Leora Tec
23:12
Everyone Has a Story
Irene Newman she/her
23:14
i’m teaching a discussion course on the book Caste
Michael J. Solender
23:17
I'm teaching: Introduction to Travel Writing!
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
23:19
Toward a More Equitable Durham
Teresa Del Dotto
23:20
I'm teaching a course entitled "The Literature of Plague."
Danette Jernigan-JoCo Angels
23:23
The Opioid Crisis in America: Faceless No More
S. Mitchell Freedman, MD
23:25
Neurologist Meets Art Historian is my course title
Colette Tracy
23:31
Both Sides Now: Reflection For Women at Midlife
Sara Johnson
23:37
Hi everyone. I am Sara Johnson and I am teaching Exploring Mysteries.
Diane Hundley
23:38
Community Engagement: A Path to meaningful involvement in Durham
archibaldreid
23:56
Planet Earth
Rob VanDewoestine
24:31
Glass Artistry
terristrug
24:36
The Backstory of a Poem
Michael Paesler
24:44
I am teaching Optics for the Curious
Beth anderson
32:48
If you have a question - you can put it in chat now!
Michael J. Solender
52:28
Re: ScreenShare - in sharing portion of screen - will I, as instructor be able to see the rest of my desktop - ie i'll want notes and links to websites I'll want to link to during my session?
Pat Gaegler
54:39
I plan to use poll questions since I have a lecture course
Danette Jernigan-JoCo Angels
54:48
surveys/questions
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
55:03
I was also planning to use some polling features.
Sara Johnson
55:10
I like using polls as well.
Michael J. Solender
55:16
Ways to engage; Ask students to share an example/illustration of issue , subject you are referring to -
Teresa Del Dotto
55:16
In the literature course I'm teaching, I'll ask students to mention specific passages, with page number, that they're interested in discussing.
Colette Tracy
55:18
Ice Breakers or a team building exercise
S. Mitchell Freedman, MD
55:45
Ask students for their own observations about pictures I show them
Leora Tec
55:57
Writing prompts followed by pair shares followed by group discussion.
terristrug
55:59
Come to class with a question in mind. What, in general, is this poem about. Does it leave you with any questions? If so, what are the Questions?
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
56:09
I have a question about break-outs. My class will be primarily lecture and Q&A but I also plan to have some case studies and would really like to use break-out rooms at some point in my class.
Irene Newman she/her
56:56
I’m planning on using break-out rooms where groups will come back to share their discussions with the larger class
Carl W. Kenney II
58:14
Ill offer time at the conclusion of each lecture for questions and thoughts
Michael J. Solender
01:13:47
Thoughts on ideal length for short in-class assignment - Is 5 minutes too long?
Pat Gaegler
01:14:36
I found when teaching live that people wanted me to prompt for questions at least several times. I do realize that when in Zoom that questions are more of a break. Do too many Q&A breaks become disruptive?
Sara Johnson
01:16:17
Do the moderators have OLLI training?
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
01:16:19
Do instructors every hold something like office hours or an opportunity for participants to ask questions in between the formal class sessions?
Betina Huntwork
01:26:45
Pat- Alan Teasley likes to tell the class how many times he will pause for questions during the class. He does them randomly throughout the class. Not at set times intervals.
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
01:38:54
Can you clarify what happens at the rehearsal?
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
01:39:46
OK this slide is answering my question thanks!
Cathy Rimer-Surles (she/they)
01:46:57
Very helpful session thanks Howard!
Colette Tracy
01:47:12
Thank you, Howard!