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EdTech Center: Distance Learning Strategy Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
23:23
And Astrid!
Chrysti Sander
23:59
Hi Tom, Astrid and Susan!
Astrid Liden
24:19
Hello!!
Michele Ameno
24:45
Hello everyone!
Victoria Neff
25:00
https://edtech.worlded.org/events/edtech-center-distance-learning-strategy-sessions/
Victoria Neff
26:45
https://edtech.worlded.org/tips-for-distance-learning/
Tom Cytron-Hysom
27:14
Maybe we have all been transformed and are now living in some sort of virtual augmented reality…
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
28:08
If this is the Matrix, they've got a virus in their system.
Gareth Wingfield
28:12
yes
Chrysti Sander
28:19
LOL
Victoria Neff
29:50
Here is the link that Judy is presenting on:
Victoria Neff
29:53
https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/AdultEd/octae-program-memo-20-3.pdf
Jen Vanek
32:31
MN well represented in the ZOOM
Jen Vanek
32:33
!
Jen Vanek
34:33
We featured an example of TVM last week.
Jen Vanek
34:42
check out the recording if you missed it!
Victoria Neff
35:54
Resources from TVM can also be found here:
Victoria Neff
36:00
Resources shared from TVM model: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1boeTdyxFfxknb5CQBechIVSrSVGjzvTL
David Rosen
39:42
Judy, can you give us examples of “other measurable skill gains” besides pre-post testing?
Victoria Neff
40:14
https://nrsweb.org/policy-data/nrs-ta-guide
Kathy Woodson
40:58
Is anyone working with the test publishers to offer guidance on virtual test proctoring?
Tom Cytron-Hysom
41:37
Judy, why are the feds so concerned about making classroom and distance learners two separate groups?
paula Kertes
41:45
We tried to pilot Best Plus post testing through WebEx and the state told us the publisher said we couldn't utilize.
Sarah Ambeault
41:49
Challenging for Correctional Educators
Astrid Liden
41:55
THey are working on it
Joey Lehrman
41:59
Tom - TABE specifically offered an update on virtual testing during their monthly call yesterday.
Tiffany Lee
42:02
TABE or CASAS is not virtual
paula Kertes
42:19
TABE 11 & 12 does not have virtual. Were told DRC is working on TABE CLAS-E virtual assessment.
Joan Ford
42:27
CASAS just sent out an email saying they are working on it
Joey Lehrman
42:27
They are working on it but nothing is yet approved both on a policy and technical (software) level. They did say a more formal update would be released soon.
Tracy Hendrix
42:57
None of the publishers are ready to go virtual although they are working on solutions and hope to come out with guidance very soon.
Laurie Martin
43:36
CAL has said BEST Plus can be given virtually and apparently has some guidelines available or available soon. They've said BEST Literacy cannot.
Astrid Liden
43:44
attainment of a GED (or other HSE equivalency) is an MSG
Linda Keller
44:03
CAL is working on offering virtual BEST Plus 2.0 testing with local staff who have been certified to administer prior’s COVID.
Tom Cytron-Hysom
44:16
Northstar can now be administered and proctored online, at a distance.
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
44:22
Unfortunately people can't do GED testing right now, at least in MN where everything is closed.
Marian Robidas
45:25
Can you go back over required/not required reported hours please?
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
45:29
There really ought to be a third category - blended or hybrid. Because most learners do best when doing a combo.
Valorie Harris
45:39
I am not aware that adult education programs have access to MSGs through IETs... I thought that Industry recognized credentials could count but I am not aware that they do at least in IL - even within IETs...could you expand on that a bit?
Laura Chartier
46:44
GED has gone to virtual proctoring worldwide, I believe
Edwina Newbury
47:14
GED closed in CT
Joan Ford
47:18
CASAS just sent out an email saying they are working on it
Claire Gilliam
47:26
GED is working to roll out online proctoring by mid-May
Joan Ford
47:28
They are not ready yet
Douglas Pittsnogle
47:35
I'm just curious to know what virtual proctoring looks like. I'm in correctional education, so we don't see that.
Mary Gaston
47:57
Students will still need pre-assessment to show up on tables, correct?
Adult_Ed_7
47:57
what is virtual proctoring
Claire Gilliam
48:15
GED is working on virtual proctoring, but also paper based assessments for facilities like correctional facilities
jane reggio
48:22
Google has a virtual proctoring for its certification programs and the test taker must be viewable at all times to the procter.
Tracy Hendrix
48:28
Apparently testing is still occurring in correctional facilities, according to DRC.
Jen Vanek
49:04
Thanks, Judy, That was great.
Jennifer Kluempen
50:10
I have 2 of my own children at ourlocal community college, and they are actively using virtual proctoring for the rest of the spring semester for regular classes.
Sarah Ambeault
50:40
I’m not sure how testing could be done in correctional settings right now unless the CO’s are administering tests!
Lori Looney
50:41
College Board AP exams are going to be virtually proctored also.
Denise Perdue
50:48
Is this powerpoint available for access?
Tracy Hendrix
50:51
Do you have the AEL assessments loaded onto the NorthStar platform?
Nathan Horowitz
50:52
Thanks, NorthStar.
David Rosen
50:55
Tom, in the Northstar virtual assessment, is the student being observed or the student’s screen or both?
Ambyr Weidner
51:21
This is great; thank you!
Joey Lehrman
51:22
Great work Tom and Northstar team!
Tiffany Lee
51:51
yeah Ashly!
Tracy Hendrix
52:06
Go Ashly! Go Texas!!
Tina Moore
54:54
Does someone need to mute their sound?
Denise Orand
55:18
Excited to see modifications for the hyperdocs in our current situations.
Victoria Neff
55:25
https://hyperdocs.co/
Jen Vanek
55:51
I think it’s some ambient noise from Ashley’s mic
Jen Vanek
55:56
not too bad.
Tiffany Lee
56:24
https://sites.google.com/view/hyperdocsforadulteducators/adult-ed-content
Jen Vanek
56:32
Thanks, Tiffany
Meron Gessesse
57:06
Is it possible to email this information to us? Thank you.
Jen Vanek
57:24
we will send out the slides, the recording and the links
Meron Gessesse
57:53
Thank you Jen.
Arezoo Miller
58:02
Thank you.
Victoria Neff
58:43
Resources presented here:https://wke.lt/w/s/D0QiArhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15KWyqHi6y6qjBs_mKYSv44pgb4dCErk35nBGgY8unxg
LaVonna Phillips
58:47
Thank you
Jennifer Kluempen
01:00:36
How long did this whole lesson take?
Denise Orand
01:00:37
Could not get the last link to work
Claire Gilliam
01:00:57
about 2 hours
Nakia Lynch
01:01:00
There's some background noise. It's a little tough to hear.
Jeff GOumas
01:01:32
If you are interested in seeing Wakelet, the tool Ashly built this lesson in, here it is: https://wakelet.com/
Victoria Neff
01:01:52
Thanks Jeff!
Jeff GOumas
01:01:54
It’s a wonderful tool that allows you to pull resources together from various sites into one place.
Judy Mortrude
01:02:25
So impressive! Thanks for sharing.
LaVonna Phillips
01:02:46
This is really cool!
Jennifer Kluempen
01:02:47
What class is this for? Sorry if you already said.
Arthur Carrillo
01:02:53
Thank your for sharing.
Gareth Wingfield
01:03:01
ABE or ASE in this case.
Jennifer Kluempen
01:03:06
Thanks
Laurie Martin
01:03:10
So students access your zoom class, then at the same time work through the Wakelet to do these activities, synchronously?
Claire Gilliam
01:03:12
GED - it was a combined ABE/ASE class
Judy Mortrude
01:03:12
Ashley - does TX report hours for distance learning? If so, how might you count hours for a hyperdoc lesson?
Tiffany Lee
01:03:19
https://wakelet.com/@AshlyWinkle1235
Jody Angelone
01:03:20
Wakelet is also very easy to use
Arthur Carrillo
01:03:20
Arthur, this has been very helpful and resourceful.
Jennifer Kluempen
01:03:37
Has anyone introduced this to ESL classes?
Tiffany Lee
01:03:42
Judy, Texas does report hours in distance learning for the approved distance learning curriculum
Douglas Randall
01:03:44
can you mute everyone to eliminate background noise?
Tom Cytron-Hysom
01:03:46
Someone asked about the Northstar Remote Testing process - see https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K1PrrQtDkmr-OtTd8KcnzuiwY-ravOh_dw7A65ujcf0/edit
Adult_Ed_7
01:03:54
What LINCS course did you do? I would like to take that for more information
Joan Ford
01:04:00
lots of background noise
Jen Vanek
01:04:02
Everyone is muted
Pedro Martinez
01:04:03
Sorry!...I join late....but Are the lessons already created?...If so, are there lessons at a very, very basic English level....or even at literacy level?....
Lori Krane
01:04:05
Lots of background noise.
Tina Moore
01:04:27
Really having trouble hearing
Denise Myers
01:04:40
Some students are saying they are afraid of Zoom classes because of hearing about negative infiltration or spamming so to speak. Could anyone address this?
Kiyoko Teed
01:04:41
The CASAS website states they are working on remote testing, but the timeline is uncertain.
Denise Myers
01:04:57
yes
Jessica Espinoza
01:05:38
I’ve heard Zoom is working at adjusting their privacy settings to address the zoombombing problems that have been happening
Jennifer Kluempen
01:05:38
What platform do you use to introduce the hyperdoc?
Tom Cytron-Hysom
01:05:40
There have been more and more reports about Zoom hacking, see article today in NYT. I talked to two friends yesterday who had experienced this, tho not in educational settings.
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
01:05:44
"Zoombombing" is a real and growing concern. If you can use other platforms, look for something that has end-to-end encryption.
Barbara Hofmeyer
01:05:50
Zoom suggests making your meeting private and requiring a password to avoid the hacking
Jen Vanek
01:05:50
@Jennifer — she uses Wakelet
Joey Lehrman
01:05:55
Judy - we use hyperdocs for distance learning in Louisiana and validate attendance hours using the “teacher verification” model
David Rosen
01:06:06
One way to address this “zoombombing” is to be sure your invitation includes a password
Jennifer Kluempen
01:06:30
so you have the class on zoom and then open up wakelet?
Jessica Espinoza
01:06:51
You can also then lock the zoom meeting room once all your participants are logged in
Jennifer Kluempen
01:06:51
Thanks! How small a group?
Denise Myers
01:07:03
Thank you everyone for all the info and suggestions.
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
01:07:10
Zoom has some other security and privacy concerns as well. Some IT people refer to it as malware, frankly, because it has security holes that allow bad actors to take control of your webcam. I prefer other platforms.
Tiffany Brand
01:08:01
I've been inspired by Ashly's work for a while...thanks so much...I love HyperDocs!
David Rosen
01:08:20
Ashly, in your F2F classes I believe you were also able to have each student do a Hyperdoc. Can you also do this now online, i.e. individualizing? If so, how?
Claire Gilliam
01:08:32
Ashly opened the hyperdoc and shared her screen. She prompted students to answer the questions and then she typed in the answer. She was like the scribe and the class completed the hyperdoc together as a group.
Jessica Espinoza
01:08:35
@SusanWtenkamp-Brandt, what are some of the other platforms you’ve used?
Susan Leibman
01:08:38
How are students getting to the linked material?
Michelle Hunt
01:09:11
I missed webinar last week. I would like more information on on student hours for distance learning
Megan Calvert
01:09:20
So for a Google docs-based hyperdoc, you need to create separate docs for each student?
Jeff GOumas
01:09:26
No
ALISON WILCOX
01:09:31
Nice to have a LMS though to keep the class organized and for students to have order and visit materials again. Can link Google Docs into LMS such as Canvas (embed) and have students work there.
Susan Leibman
01:09:32
I see now -- Claire answered
Susan Wetenkamp-Brandt
01:09:34
I've used Go-to-Training (which is kind of pricy, and has some technical issues but security is not one of them) and Google Meet. WhatsApp is very secure.
Jeff GOumas
01:09:55
When you assign a Google Doc in Google Classroom, you can set it so every student gets their own copy.
Denise Myers
01:10:03
I recall being trained in and using HyperDoc years ago, is this the same HyperDoc?
Victoria Neff
01:10:07
@Michelle - you can watch the recording here:
Victoria Neff
01:10:26
https://edtech.worlded.org/events/edtech-center-distance-learning-strategy-sessions/
Denise Myers
01:10:32
yes
Claire Gilliam
01:10:32
Was this addressed? “Ashley - does TX report hours for distance learning? If so, how might you count hours for a hyperdoc lesson?”
ALISON WILCOX
01:10:34
Yes you can link he Google Doc into Canvas!
Denise Orand
01:10:48
It can even go in Edmodo
Adult_Ed_7
01:11:36
what course did you do for LINCS so I canlearn more about this
Victoria Neff
01:12:20
For TVM materials, I posted this earlier but here are resources from NH team: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1boeTdyxFfxknb5CQBechIVSrSVGjzvTL
ALISON WILCOX
01:12:20
If you put the link (HyperDoc) into a Canvas page “window” I was told that the students stay in the Canvas class and their time will be counted in the class.
Tiffany Lee
01:12:21
Texas does report hours for distance learning using approved distance learning curriculum. As for direct hours, it will need to be on a one to one like in Google Hangouts.
David Rosen
01:13:32
Go to LINCS.ed.gov. Search for Ashly Winkle and you will find the fiscussion
Edwina Newbury
01:13:45
Will we be able to receive a copy of this presentation, with linked resources emailed to us?
David Rosen
01:14:27
https://community.lincs.ed.gov/discussion/hyperdocs-adult-basic-skills-education-have-you-made-one-would-you-make-one
Denise Orand
01:15:22
Thanks David
Victoria Neff
01:16:01
Group 1 HyperdocsLink: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/510274094
Victoria Neff
01:16:13
Group 2 OCTAE GuidanceLink: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/314530424
LaVonna Phillips
01:17:09
Wish I could join, but thank you! Need to go to another meeting!
Claire Gilliam
01:17:21
Thank you to the presenters and facilitators!
M. Andrea Salinas
01:17:29
thank you
Denise Myers
01:17:32
I do not see either link.
Victoria Neff
01:17:41
Group 1 Hyperdocs
Link: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/510274094
Group 2 OCTAE Guidance
Link: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/314530424
Jason Brazier
01:17:42
Thanks everyone!
Carly Jardinier
01:17:49
Thank you!
rebecca simmons
01:17:51
Thank you!
Meron Gessesse
01:17:59
Thank you to the host and presenters.
Julie Frost
01:18:00
Those aren't live
Jennifer Kluempen
01:18:01
I can't click on the link.
Patti-Lynn Harmon
01:18:02
Thank you
Linda Keller
01:18:04
Thanks everyone!
Lori Looney
01:18:09
Very helpful content today, thank you!
See Moua-Leske
01:18:11
Thank you!
Jennifer Maddrell
01:18:12
good to “see” everyone! thank you!
Victoria Neff
01:18:13
Group 1 Hyperdocs
Link: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/510274094
Group 2 OCTAE Guidance
Link: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/314530424
Diane Goodlin
01:18:14
Thank you.
Denise Myers
01:18:17
Thank you.
Marie Covert
01:18:35
thank you
Victoria Neff
01:18:36
Group 1 Hyperdocs
Link: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/510274094
Group 2 OCTAE Guidance
Link: https://jsi.zoom.us/j/314530424
Julie Frost
01:18:51
it asks me for a sign in
Hortensia Ruiz
01:18:55
Byeee!