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Managing Your Time while Delivering a Quality Course - Shared screen with gallery view
Jim Roberts
08:21
exhausted
Farah Vallera
08:27
Tiredddddd
Janet Laible
08:34
Is it summer break yet?
Anders Knospe
08:34
excited
Sabrina Jedlicka
08:35
NOT READY
Heibatollah Sami
08:38
Mostly ready to go.
Katherine Glover
08:45
Where did summer go :'-(
Mariana De Maio
08:47
Not ready!!
Barbara Malt
08:48
busy
Cristina Koorie
08:52
^ I feel all of the listed
Charalambos Marangos
08:54
it is getting real
Panos Diplas
08:54
A bit anxious
Luis Brunstein
08:57
Almost ready!
Deborah Laible
08:57
anxious
Ken Kodama
08:57
It’s getting close, I’m anxious
Ageliki Nicolopoulou
08:58
good bye vacation, which it never came!
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
09:03
On the down slope of a roller coaster
Cynthia Fianu Velgus
09:09
Very busy, a lot to do.
Barry Hulsizer
09:41
all the above
Gregory Reihman
14:19
Farah #1: Add up the time it takes to complete content and activities. Tell students
Gregory Reihman
14:42
Farah #2: Add time caps to activities “Spend no more than __ minutes on ___”
Gregory Reihman
15:39
Farah #3: Include low-stake activities that gradually increase in difficulty…
Gregory Reihman
16:03
Farah #4: Be flexible with deadlines and the order in which students complete lower-stakes activities…
Gregory Reihman
16:36
Farah caveat: avoid ‘busy work’ Good for you; good for your students
Gregory Reihman
16:53
Farah #5: Give Breaks & Take Breaks
Gregory Reihman
17:40
Block out down time on your own calendar.
Gregory Reihman
18:19
Farah #6 Create semester-long groups of 3-4, based on a survey of how and when your students work so they can support each other.
Gregory Reihman
19:19
Farah #7 Include randomized breakout rooms during synchronous Zoom sessions so they interact with others outside their ‘home groups’
Gregory Reihman
20:08
Farah #8. Seek continual feedback and iterate continuously: Survey them 2 weeks in on what’s working… what could make it better…
Gregory Reihman
20:26
Farah: Be kind to yourself :)
Farah Vallera
22:31
Tips and Definitions - https://bit.ly/2F9dK9PInfographic - https://bit.ly/2Dst80O
Gregory Reihman
22:43
Thank you, Farah!
Gregory Reihman
26:25
Sabrina Timeline link
Gregory Reihman
26:36
Sabrina: Use group emails to answer individual questions
Gregory Reihman
26:45
Sabrina Peer-to-peer Learning
Gregory Reihman
26:57
Accept imperfection
Gregory Reihman
27:47
Jim #1: The Rule of 3s
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
28:04
Course site - quick mail — how to send group emails -https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/V45G
Gregory Reihman
29:04
Jim #2: Create a system to track task—don’t rely on memory.
Peter Lusch
30:33
Post Its!! That’s me.
Gregory Reihman
30:56
Jim #3: Plan for mistakes (when recording, when connecting, etc)
Gregory Reihman
31:53
Jim #4: Budget time—1.5 x to prepare and create lecture, even if lecture is shorter…
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
32:27
How to create and add Course site assignments — https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/UIQuAg
Peter Lusch
32:40
What video editor does Jim use??
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
32:58
How to use Panopto - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/ARbTAQ
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
33:33
You can edit in Panopto! Here is how —https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/2QT5Bg
Gregory Reihman
33:59
Jim #5: Create a timeline and share it...
Gregory Reihman
34:13
Jim #6 Use Course Site Announcements
Gregory Reihman
34:51
Jim #7: Be Prepared!
Jim Roberts
36:53
"Failure to plan means planning to fail" and "Prior Panning Prevents Poor Performance" --- the 5 Ps
Wynn Meyer (she/her)
37:06
Some of us are not tenured….
Wynn Meyer (she/her)
40:23
RIP pacing break. :(
Gregory Reihman
42:06
Ageliki: Prioritize and identify times to work on research
Gregory Reihman
42:21
Ageliki Plan day/ week/ semester with lists of priorities
Gregory Reihman
43:07
Ageliki: Finish the task that is far along
Peggy Kane
44:59
Greg: Set up early what you can set up early
Peggy Kane
45:27
Greg: Set a pattern and weekly course flow - update as needed
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
46:06
Here is how you can embed a google file in your course or you can add as a link - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/6BE_BQ
Peggy Kane
46:49
Use the Course Site Announcements and a ‘Course Logistics’ Forum for easy information sharing
Peggy Kane
47:57
Create and share checklists - ongoing reminders of how things are progressing
Farah Vallera
48:47
Add the time to complete all of those tasks in checklists for more time management
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
48:54
All about Perusall — https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/GgS3Aw
Peggy Kane
49:00
Automate where possible to make the best use of your time
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
52:45
All about turnitin - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/owClAg
Peggy Kane
52:45
Create a rubric with stated criteria so that grading is clear
Peggy Kane
53:52
Peer-to-peer learning helps students contribute to their learning
Peter Lusch
53:53
I support use of rubrics! Especially for risk-averse students.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
53:55
There are also rubrics in course site - https://docs.moodle.org/37/en/Rubrics
Peggy Kane
54:58
Provide common feedback on early assignments to guide them collectively - individual feedback later
Peggy Kane
55:31
Keep feedback brief and specific
Jennifer Midberry
56:29
can you say more about how shared office hours work?
Peggy Kane
56:30
Greg: Shared office hours to avoid repetition. Keep individual office hours short
Wynn Meyer (she/her)
59:39
How much time do you allow for shared/drop-in vs individual office hours?
Jim Roberts
01:01:00
For 30 students, I had 2 open office hours per week PLUS 1 additional before a quiz --- I had a max of 3 students at any given time in my gen chem II course.
Charalambos Marangos
01:01:13
I like the 20 min and I am gone.
Luis Brunstein
01:04:03
You build office hours into the lecture?
Jim Roberts
01:04:44
My office hours are at various times through the week --- including the evenings now due to students in different time zones
Will Lowry (he/him)
01:05:41
have to Zoomjump to a 2pm meeting, but this was very helpful - thanks to all who contributed!
Farah Vallera
01:06:28
I hold some time at the end of the synchronous meetings
Peter Lusch
01:07:08
Online Meeting Schedulers:
K. Sivakumar
01:07:09
Useful session. Thank you, presenters.
Luis Brunstein
01:07:10
Farah, does that work for your students?
Peter Lusch
01:08:05
https://pickatime.com/client and SignUpGenius are great online tools to set up office times for students to choose.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:08:07
Google docs allows for collabroation — Google Assignments is useful tool for peer to peer learning - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/0wInBQ
Farah Vallera
01:08:11
It does! Most know I’ll stick around so they plan it. BUT, I teach grad students one night a week, so their schedules are incredibly limited. I ask my students before each class that as well…how would you like to connect with me?
Luis Brunstein
01:08:29
Thanks!
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:09:36
OU blog - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/34NG
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:11:30
Wordpress is a great tool for blogs as well — https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/FoQ2Aw
Farah Vallera
01:12:30
Wix, Weebly, and Blogger are great for blogs as well
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:15:17
Course site has a lesser used peer review feature too called workshop— https://docs.moodle.org/37/en/Workshop_activity
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:18:24
Here is the feedback tool - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/RBW1
Wynn Meyer (she/her)
01:18:28
Has anyone used specs grading? If so, do you have resources/tips/tricks?
Farah Vallera
01:18:52
I’ve used qualtrics as well
Farah Vallera
01:19:16
You can add hotspots and things as well
Wynn Meyer (she/her)
01:20:09
Specs grading: https://ii.library.jhu.edu/2018/04/11/what-is-specifications-grading-and-why-should-you-consider-using-it/
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:20:13
Here is more about qualtrics - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/V4AoBw
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:22:55
Great job! Thanks everyone!
Luis Brunstein
01:22:55
Thank you all!! Good info!
Peter Lusch
01:23:00
Thanks everyone!! Thanks Greg for a great session!
Anders Knospe
01:23:03
Bye. Thanks!
Jennifer Midberry
01:23:04
Thank you!
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:23:37
Thanks you too Jim!