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The online engagement framework: Activating students' online learning exp. - Shared screen with gallery view
Luke Whiteside
50:24
Could you please repeat the padlet link? Thanks
Karen Hielscher
51:05
Please add link to chat
Sarah-Jane Gregory
51:26
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/xef9vwyf0avqh739
Diana
51:28
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/xef9vwyf0avqh739'
Alice Brown
53:10
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/xef9vwyf0avqh739
Kumar Perumal
53:34
is the recording made available to others?
Alice Brown
54:09
Yes :)
Kumar Perumal
54:17
Thanks
Kumar Perumal
54:34
I will have to leave early
Kumar Perumal
55:06
so I can watch the missed part later ๐Ÿ™‚
Sarah-Jane Gregory
55:35
Did I just loose audio or was it everyone?
Sonya Osborne
55:36
eithr I dropped out or Petrea dropped out.
Christy Collis
55:42
dropped out for me too
Diana
55:42
cant hear
Steph Kizimchuk
55:43
I've lost audio also
Vicki Christopher
55:44
Has any one else lost audio?
Vicki Christopher
55:48
Back now
Petrea Redmond
55:49
https://www.menti.com/zbki4up177
Sarah-Jane Gregory
56:14
Love Padlet and Mentimeter - such good tools
Alice Brown
56:28
https://www.menti.com/4xvpss56bd
Alice Brown
56:36
https://www.menti.com/4xvpss56bd
Kerry Russo
57:05
Thank you. Weโ€™re back
Alice Brown
57:05
https://www.menti.com/4xvpss56bd
Bianca Coleman
58:47
It's always the way Petrea!
Alice Brown
59:57
https://www.menti.com/4xvpss56bd
Alice Brown
01:00:33
https://www.menti.com/zbki4up177
Alice Brown
01:00:49
What experience do you have??https://www.menti.com/zbki4up177
Alice Brown
01:03:32
Please open this Padlet and have it ready....we will be using this Padlet for the second part of the webinar :)https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/xef9vwyf0avqh739
Mitchell
01:04:21
Hello.. I'm Mitchell from Malaysia. Just wondering, will you provide the slideshow as well?
Petrea Redmond
01:05:21
Thanks for coming Mitchell
Petrea Redmond
01:05:41
@Bianca, thanks for understanding
Petrea Redmond
01:06:10
@Sarah, are there other tools you love
Petrea Redmond
01:06:58
Here is the link to the paper where we firstly introduced the engagement framework: https://www.menti.com/zbki4up177
Petrea Redmond
01:08:31
In the padlet, scroll across to Social engagement in the padlet and click on the image under the heading
Claire Shannon
01:08:49
were these elements linked to paper?
Judith Rafferty
01:09:09
Thanks for sharing, Petrea. The link seems to get me to the menti meter survey though? Is there another link to the paper you could provide?
Petrea Redmond
01:09:16
Take 2 for the paper: https://olj.onlinelearningconsortium.org/index.php/olj/article/view/1175
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:09:21
@Petrea these are the main two. Explain Everything used to be pretty good over the past 2 years the capabilities of things like Teams whiteboard is much better. Miro is also a good collaborative white board. Much of the rest of things I do is around preparing resources purposefully in the online space that is adaptable to software options and creating a sense of safe, collaborative community
Tracy Frayne
01:09:27
Hi, the lnk to the paper is the Mentimeter link.
Petrea Redmond
01:09:59
@sara-jane thanks for sharing
Alice Brown
01:10:08
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Social_Engagement1
Tracy Frayne
01:10:28
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Alice Brown
01:11:19
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Social_Engagement1
Kumar Perumal
01:11:31
i have created team groups and also piazza
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:11:33
Different pathways is an important part of engagement in the online space
Kumar Perumal
01:11:36
in some units
Carmela De Maio
01:12:08
all forms of engagement take time. For social engagement, students introduce each other at the start and at each lesson I check in with them and discuss general topics that interest them before attending to content. Of course, all this takes time.
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:12:08
Agreed @Janice - setting expectations and defining the safe space
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:13:00
Flip grip is a good resource too
Janice Scarinci
01:13:45
We use blackboard at JCU and it works well for collaboration
Petrea Redmond
01:15:30
@Jagdeep I also love a dialogic class design
Karen Hielscher
01:16:50
Using Voicethread or Padlet for a getting to know you activities and encourage video messages, not just posting but responding to posting
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:16:56
Emotional scales are good
Angela M
01:17:27
that's great Diana to make it more relational based during that learning experience
Caroline Wong
01:17:45
I often play a nice piece of music or song before start of lesson to help them relax and check in to see any other music they like to hear
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:17:54
Content free course - awesome
Judith Rafferty
01:18:20
I would love to hear about some strategies to get mature age, postgraduate students to engage. From my experience, they have very little time to spend online because of family and work commitments, they are less driven to build relationships with other students and they are sometimes less comfortable with online tools. Maybe others have other experiences
Sonya Osborne
01:18:21
I'd like to hear more about a 'content-free course'
Jagdeep Kaur
01:18:55
@Diana I agree with you on this. I too start each week's introduction by applauding the student achievement to have come this far and then introduce them to the content for next week.
Petrea Redmond
01:19:48
@judith, I've found with mature students keep the tasks/questions relevant to either their workplace or the content e.g. how does the content look in the real world
Caroline Malthus
01:20:22
https://piazza.com
Alice Brown
01:20:33
with and from.....learning starts to move into collaborative engagement
Petrea Redmond
01:20:51
@Sonya let's talk off line
Jay Cohen
01:21:25
nice to see you both
Luke Whiteside
01:21:31
@Petrea, can I add myself to that content-free conversation? Thanks
Petrea Redmond
01:21:43
@Luke, feel free to get in contact
Diana Castorina
01:22:17
For my mba class its great to relate their practice (work) to the material we are learning about. They have so many rich examples to use and share.
Petrea Redmond
01:22:39
@Diana, yes, learning with and from peers is important also
Petrea Redmond
01:24:19
Feel free to move to the sub-padlet for cognitive engagement. https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Cognitive_Engagement1
Sonya Osborne
01:24:49
Its important to set the expectation for deep level cognitive engagement, eg letting them know what is expected in their posts - justification, reference, end with a question to keep discussion going, etc
Alice Brown
01:24:54
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Cognitive_Engagement1
Tracy Frayne
01:26:46
Reflective journaling, incorporating feedback literacy processes and being explicit with the internal feedback processes of the student, modelling good internal feedback processes (and sharing them with the students). (I'm having computer issues, so can't currently'mic/vid).
Kumar Perumal
01:30:20
hi I need to leave
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:30:33
Mind set is really important in framing how students approach activities
Petrea Redmond
01:31:21
@Sarah-Jane I'm seeing the term mind sets used more often now in the literature and also in social spaces
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:32:27
Normalisation of particular behaviours, validation/reaffirmation & encouragement of acceptable behaviours, 'put yourself in a student' mindset to try and understand inappropriate behaviour and also clear consequences for inappropriate behaviour
Alice Brown
01:32:43
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Behavior_Engagement1
Alice Brown
01:34:40
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Behavior_Engagement1
Sonya Osborne
01:38:04
@Sarah-Jane. I start feedback on assessments for PG mature aged students as well with 'great work getting that draft in for feedback' or ...'submitting the assessment on time. It was a big learning curve for many..." It helps in particular when the assignment is not very well done.
Liz Levin
01:38:47
Soft skills cannot be developed at the program level unless they are embedded at the subject level
Alice Brown
01:39:00
Really well articulated Sarah-Jane :)
Sonya Osborne
01:39:29
'non technical' skills, Petrea for me. It definitely resonates with the individual practitioner not just at a program level. So, embedded in conversations throughout the course. I teach research courses so really important to talk about our responsibilities as critical consumers of research.
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:40:04
@Sonya that's excellent and I do similar. I also always use their name in feedback address
Petrea Redmond
01:40:25
If you want to go to the padlet here is the link for collaborative engagement https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Collaborative_Engagement1
Alice Brown
01:40:34
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Collaborative_Engagement1
Sonya Osborne
01:40:35
@Sarah-Jane - ditto!
Judith Rafferty
01:40:40
@ Sonya excellent comment! Thanks for sharing
Maurizio Floris
01:41:49
Apologies - have to leave. Thank you for the session.
Jagdeep Kaur
01:42:37
Thanks everyone for the fantastic sharing. Personally, I learnt a lot. Will now rush along the virtual corridor to join another meeting.
Petrea Redmond
01:43:50
Here is the padlet link for emotional engagement https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Emotional_Engagement1
Alice Brown
01:44:55
https://universityofsouthernq.padlet.org/alicebrown6/Emotional_Engagement1
Alice Brown
01:46:12
Can you harness emotional engagement in STEM??
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:46:57
@Alice yes of course you can
Tonmoy
01:47:05
Memes/videos/music are very important especially if you are engaging with specially enabled students.
Angela M
01:47:07
you are talking about priming
Suzie Longstaff
01:47:40
Thank you for this session - really valuable.
Deb Jordan
01:48:05
Thanks everyone. Great session.
Tan Chin Pei
01:48:11
Thanks so much!
Steph Kizimchuk
01:48:11
Thank you for the session! :D
Carmela De Maio
01:48:11
Thank you!
Leanne Ngo
01:48:16
Great session...thank you so much!
Angela M
01:48:17
Thank you
Nadine Normand-Marconnet
01:48:18
Thank you!
Marion Blumenstein
01:48:20
Many thanks
Judith Rafferty
01:48:22
Thank you! That was really useful and inspiring
Lyndaโ€™s iPhone
01:48:25
Thank you both
Katie Sykes
01:48:25
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Liz Levin
01:48:25
Thanks very much - a terrific engaging and practical session!
Monica Kam
01:48:27
Thank you!
Diana Castorina
01:48:28
Thankyou really enjoyed this session
Tracey Ahern
01:48:32
thank you
Krishna Kumari Upadhayaya
01:48:35
Thank you so much for such an engaging session.
Barbara Kensington-Miller
01:48:44
awesome. Thankyou.
Alison Li
01:48:48
What an insightful and interactive session! Thank you Alice and Petrea.
Sonya Osborne
01:48:50
Great session, Petrea and Alice. Good modellng of engaging online learners!
Snowy Evans
01:48:50
Thank you. I need to hurry.
Angela M
01:48:50
Thank you
Caroline Wong
01:48:59
Fabulous session:) many thanks
Chad Gladovic
01:49:02
Thank you
Caroline Malthus
01:49:05
Thanks - definitely actively engaged!
Director of Language Center (Emilio Paz Jr.)
01:49:06
Thanks for a wonderful session!
Luke Whiteside
01:49:13
THank you all so much.
Janice Scarinci
01:49:13
Thank you very much. Great presentation. I would love to talk with you about publishing a paper together.
Sarah-Jane Gregory (she/her)
01:49:16
Thanks so much - wish this conversation for be a couple of hours not just a the frantic run through today
Amy Forbes (JCU)
01:49:17
Thank you to Petrea and Alice!
Mitchell
01:49:28
Thank you!
Karen Hielscher
01:49:28
Excellent - thanks