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How to Improve Your Online Teaching by Paying Attention to Student Experiences - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Gauvreau
25:14
Welcome to How to Improve Your Online Teaching by Paying Attention to Student ExperiencesFor access to the recording and slides please visit: https://teachonline.ca/webinars
George Veletsianos
25:14
Welcome everyone
Sarah Gauvreau
25:55
Sorry all! Chat is now available!
Ana Cristina Pratas
26:02
Hi from Finland!
Laurie Leslie
26:08
Thanks for running this session. Laurie in Thunder Bay
Steven Secord
26:18
Yay! Hello, Steven from Lakehead in Orillia here.
Doug Gosse
26:21
Hi from Northern Ontario, Canada
Angela Borchert
26:23
Hello from London, Ontario. Looking forward!
Maryann Kleynendorst
26:24
Hi there: Maryann Kleynendorst Lakehead University Thunder Bay
Cynthia James
26:34
Hi Cynthia from Toronto
Natalia Azize
26:37
Hello from Vancouver!
Susan Girardin
26:49
Hi everyone! Susan from Lakehead University Thunder Bay!
Jamie Dingman
26:49
Hi, all! Jamie from Orange County, California
Maryann Kleynendorst
26:57
where are you located George?
Ishara Mahat
27:55
Hi every one. Ishara from university of Ottawa,
Kim Schroeder
28:18
Hi…Kim from Bracebridge.
Geraldine Voros
28:33
Geraldine Voros, McMaster University
Kim Schroeder
28:42
My brother is in Cowichan Lake.
Gwen DuBois-Wing
28:53
Hello - Gwen from Thunder Bay! Royal Roads University (SoLS)
Krista Howarth
29:39
Krista Howarth, McMaster University
Ana Cristina Pratas
34:51
Many courses in the UK will be held online after September.
Sarah Gauvreau
36:39
Free copies of George's book are available here: https://muse.jhu.edu/book/73824
Sarah Gauvreau
37:10
If you like it and think that others will too, ask your library to purchase a copy from here: https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/title/learning-online
Laurie Leslie
40:33
Thanks very kindly for the free access to your text.
Kim Schroeder
01:02:15
Beautiful art!
tereza gomes
01:02:40
Don't understand what flexibility in assignment choice is and how its different from assignment deliverables. Please explain
Ana Cristina Pratas
01:05:33
Thank you!
Angela Borchert
01:05:45
Thank you for sharing your humanistic approach. Could you please take another moment to consider faculty as designers of instruction and students as co-designers rather than as “just” students.
Kim Schroeder
01:13:05
Some students will want to go face-to-face when it is allowed, but not all students will be able to be face to face….so will want to continue online. It seems to be a challenge for instructors to do it all.
Sarah Gauvreau
01:14:23
Hi all, can you please put questions in the Q & A tool? George won’t see them in the chat. Thanks!
Kim Schroeder
01:17:01
I like that approach…to “go beyond the modality” good
Kim Schroeder
01:17:14
Instruction is good instruction.
Kim Schroeder
01:17:26
and good design is good design.
Kim Schroeder
01:20:06
Thanks.
Angela Borchert
01:24:07
Thank you so much!
Susan Girardin
01:24:19
Thank you!
Gwen DuBois-Wing
01:24:23
thank you!