2 Engaging Students Synchronously

Description

Are you interested in improving student engagement in your synchronous online classes? This session covers best practices when engaging students in synchronous online settings. Topics include how to help students engage with the content, you, and their fellow students, as well as how to best adapt in-class activities to the synchronous online environment. This content applies to both blended and online courses.

ESS: Engaging Students Synchronously Recording

See links below for recordings from each session. 

Link to Recording – May 29, 2020
Link to Recording – July 29, 2020
Link to Recording – July 30, 2020
Link to Recording – September 18, 2020

Google Slides Presentation

Link to Google Slides Presentation – May 29, 2020
Link to Google Slides Presentation – July 29 & 30, 2020
Link to Google Slides Presentation – September 18, 2020

Resources Mentioned in the Presentation

Links from Chat (during the session):

  1. ESS Session 2 Survey
  2. Zoom Questioning Strategies
  3. Zoom Learning Path for Hosts
  4. Sample Syllabus Language for Online Courses
  5. Sample Slides for Pre-Synchronous Class and Announcements
  6. Updating Zoom Meetings to Add a Passcode

Resources to Support the Topics Covered in ESS Session 2:

  1. Zoom Learning Path for Hosts
  2. Breakout Room Collaborative Slide Template
  3. Non-Verbal Feedback Icons
  4. Chat
  5. Annotations
  6. Polling
  7. Running a Poll Report
  8. Managing Breakout Rooms
  9. Pre-assigning Participants to Breakout Rooms
  10. 1:1 Tech help
  11. Strategies for Effective Online Teaching Class (interactive tools)
  12. Promoting Online Collaboration with Breakout Rooms Class (collaborative tools)

 

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