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Breakout session #1- creating content for phones - Shared screen with speaker view
Victoria Neff
05:30
Here is the updated notes link:
Victoria Neff
05:33
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uyFvfmJInSGWbTf4OXwy7KATqTH515xu7v-okx5Op6s/edit?usp=sharing
Victoria Neff
05:38
Let me know if you have any trouble opening!
Victoria Neff
05:48
I will also include Sherry’s slides
Shelly Leduke
05:57
worked fine
Victoria Neff
06:08
Great- thanks for confirming!
Victoria Neff
08:44
Another pro tip with YouTube: you can customize the URL to “jump” to certain sections of a video
Victoria Neff
10:13
Just right click on the video at the time you want to share/you want the user to watch, click “share video at this time” and then voila! When you share the URL that will automatically open to that time (as opposed to starting from the beginning)
Victoria Neff
12:27
We recently published a blog post on readability — see here: https://edtech.worlded.org/readability-features-technology-for-better-reading-part-ii/
Victoria Neff
23:02
Sherry, when you are presenting via Zoom, users can’t click on the link — do you share the slides in advance?
Shelly Leduke
27:21
Is there a way that students know how to navigate back to which micro lesson they were on when they are grouped together?
Ashly Winkle
34:16
Awesome presentation
Fred Bennett
34:44
Do you house the microlessons on an online classroom, or always send lessons via Gmail, etc.?
Shelly Leduke
35:21
Besides the follow up call, how else might students respond to the micro lessons?
Holly Parker
36:49
This was great,,,It has answered so many how to do something to help students on phones vs laptops.
Shelly Leduke
37:19
Thank you!
Maryalice Guilford
37:34
Thank you!
michelle hunt
37:45
thanks