Engaging Learners in Synchronous Remote Instruction - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi, my name is Jean Carroll from the New Britain Adult Ed program.
Good afternoon. I'm Mandi from the Adult Learning Center in Nashua, NH
Eddy Lafleur from MMCC in the Bronx
Hi, I'm Janice from ALC in Nashua, NH
I’m Lien. I teach ESL at Dover Adult Learning Center in NH.
Meryl from SCALE, Somerville MA
Hi! I’m Miranda from the Immigrants Assistance Center in New Bedford, MA
hello from Barbara at Central CT Family Literacy Center
50/50 screen and faces
almost no screen sharing
Will these slides be made available after the presentation
Mostly sharing screen and displaying websites
I screen share and students do as well
Mostly faces with a little screen sharing
this shows up quite small on my screen
We always ensure we can see everyone's faces in the small classes
Please select "all panelists and attendees" when using chat. Thank you!
Will this webinar be available later?
Yes. Recording will be sent out next week.
are our speakers turned off? Just want to make sure, since I cannot see where to make sure its off.
Everyone's mic is off automatically :)
Reva, you can right click on the slide and click duplicate slide.
Very helpful view hack!!!
that is so cool!
So is this mostly on slides?
Can you repeat where you found that again?
Can you put those steps in the chat?
thanks for that tip!
CTRL+D = duplicate shortcut
that's awesome! thank you!
People won’t talk over each other
students don't get turned off by feedback or background noise, etc.
It is difficult to mute all while annotating as one is sharing a screen. What is the trick?
When we were talking about furniture I took them on a tour of my house and then they took the class on tours of theirs.
I love this idea to generate conversation!
love the home tour idea!
What is markup
In the example of the role play of the teenager, what does "indirect" question mean because who were you with seems like a direct question? These ideas are great!
thank you for all these resources
Do we sign up for the resources?
Thank you so much; that was excellent!
Thanks so much, Rachel!
Thank you! This is helpful! :)
That was great, thanks Rachel!
Thank you Rachel
Thank you for the helpful ideas and tools!
Really excellent ideas and presentation. Thanks so much.
So many good ideas -- thank you!
Thank you Rachel!
Thanks. A lot of useful information in one hour.
great ideas. Thanks. Barbara
Thank you. The information about the developer tools is really helpful.
Thank you so much.
Will this session be archived so I can share it with my fellow teachers??
is a transcripts available of this video?
Recording will be sent out next week
do we need to sign up to get the resources
Many thanks---I rushed but still laTe.
Thanks very much!
what was the joey -- ask joey .com?
Thank you very much. Just sent you a tweet of thanks!