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Tech Meet Tuscaloosa 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Holly Morgan
26:57
Good morning all!
Lynda Chick
28:29
Good morning!
Elizabeth Pitchiah
28:53
Good morning!
Tim Clemmons
29:05
Good Morning!
Angela Nelson
29:25
Good morning!
Wendy Bramlett
29:42
Good Morning!
Meghan Sherman
32:40
No the llamas should never end!
Keith Summerford
32:42
Did you hear about the woman who broke up with her boyfriend and moved to Peru?
Marsha McAllister
32:56
What do llamas call the end of time? Llamageddon!
Amber Barkdoll
32:56
What did the llama see in the mirror?
Amber Barkdoll
33:04
Its spitting image!
Wendy Bramlett
33:07
Why did the llama fall out of the tree?
Jamie Cobb
33:11
What did the llama say one he was invited on his firs camping trip?
Wendy Bramlett
33:11
Because it was dead
Jamie Cobb
33:14
Alpaca tent
Keith Summerford
33:15
Did you hear about the woman who broke up with her boyfriend and moved to Peru?What a llama queen
Louel Gibbons
33:23
Who’s a llama’s favorite composer?(Wolfgang Llamadeus Mozart)
Cara Walls
33:24
What do llamas always say after yoga class?“Llamaste”
Jake Miller
33:27
Wendy!!!
Jake Miller
33:32
That one got me
Cheryl Gangl
33:32
What's a llama's favorite song? Llama Chameleon
Tiffany Wesley
33:34
Who's a llama's favorite composer?
Shandria Langford-Evans
33:34
What do you call a llama with his head underwater? Anything you want, he can’t hear you.
William Hankins
33:40
When llamas graduate from school they receive a dipllama
Wendy Bramlett
33:44
What do you call a very fast llama? llamagini
Courtney Hamilton
33:48
I’m tired of these IIama jokes…Alpaca my bags and leave!
Tiffany Wesley
33:49
Wolfgang Llamadeus Mozart
Shandria Langford-Evans
33:55
What do you call two llamas standing next to a bell? Llama llama ding dong.
Delisa Brooks
34:10
Never date a llama that has kids … you don't need the baby llama drama:)
Claudia Bishop
34:24
What should you say to a group of llamas before you tell them a llama joke?
Sandra Wheeler
34:25
Why did the llama cross the road? It was the chicken's day off!
Wendy Bramlett
34:37
What di the llama say when the other llama asked if they wanted to go on hold? Alpaca suitcse
Jennifer Speigner
34:42
So you’re saying… Llong Llive Llamas
Shandria Langford-Evans
34:47
Who's the best llama rapper? Kendrick Llama.
Carol Foster
35:02
A llama saw itself in the mirror….It was the spitting image.
Angela Nelson
35:10
What did the llama say when the other llama asked if they wanted to go on holiday?Alpaca suitcase.
Courtney Hamilton
35:27
During a fire emergency, make sure you pull the fire allama
Wendy Bramlett
35:44
What’s a llama’s favorite song? Llama Chameleon
Claudia Bishop
35:57
Why do llamas have such long necks? …….To make sure their heads stay on.
Wendy Bramlett
36:23
What sound does a llama’s doorbell max? LLAMA-LLAM-DING DONG
Shandria Langford-Evans
36:31
Did you hear about the llama who couldn't see? Someone pulled the wool over her eyes.
Hannah J. Chambers
37:04
What did lego llama say? Where is my mama?
Shandria Langford-Evans
37:05
Did you hear about the llama who wrote a book? He was a woolly good writer.
Keith Summerford
37:09
All the kids love Llama Del Rey. Her music be bussin!
Sequau Malone
37:18
What do you call a secret group of llamas? The I-llama-nati!
Robert Mayben
39:36
Presentation: https://jakemiller.net/ChoiceBoardsPres/
Robert Mayben
46:28
Direct link to presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Pr7RqH2_kjO8KXiI75_njc_y2U87dixpLlya_kEAw-g/edit?usp=sharing
Robert Mayben
47:30
Tasks: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ORKptYgcJqvEAfABATICmFGMOeM7sCJSLQn-aj7uHC0/preview
Jake Miller
47:47
“Choice Boards”
Janie Walton
56:43
I enjoyed that we could move at our own pace and choose activities that met our learning style.
Sequau Malone
56:51
Choice of course....
Sonya Sullivan
56:52
I like that it gives them options and they can play to their own strengths and interests.
Marsha McAllister
57:02
Was able to choice
Cheryl Gangl
57:05
I like the options that allow for video versus reading and again for making a video versus writing about your thoughts - that reaches diverse learning styles.
Marsha McAllister
57:09
choosw
Jolynn Fenton
57:13
Easy to follow and allows me to have control
Louel Gibbons
57:17
I liked that the choices appealed to a variety of learning styles.
Marsha McAllister
57:20
Dang spell check! choose
Sandra Wheeler
57:27
Having options helped fit my visual learning style..very easy to follow
Ann Fairley
57:30
I like the fact that Fllipgrid was used to summarize what was learned.
Jamie Cobb
57:36
I love that students have the choice.
Cara Walls
57:39
Giving students options give me more opportunities to show what they have learned.
Jennifer Speigner
57:40
None of this seemed like busy work. Each task/choice seemed very intentional on the front end.
Janie Walton
57:40
I liked the quizlet that continued to review the words that were missed at the beginning.
Tim Clemmons
57:44
I watched the video. Think out of the box and let students create their experience.
Lynda Chick
57:44
I enjoyed having the choice to be able to do the Quizzes and Quizlet vs. the Flipgrid
Angela Nelson
57:44
Choice is always important!
Brenda Levert
58:00
LOve having a choice.
Lynda Chick
58:22
And for students who don’t like or can’t read a lot of content,I liked that there were other choices
Wendy Bramlett
58:22
I like the game where students can compete against others
Tiffany Wesley
58:28
It allows students to choose areas that could be challenging or promote higher order thinking while simultaneously giving options for easier choices.
Jennifer Speigner
58:34
The time amount was manageable and adequate. Also, the quiet/ability to work/think/concentrate.
Margaret Wilson
01:00:06
Enjoyed it. Time amount is manageable challenging like having choice
Lynda Chick
01:02:07
Voice and choice
Brenda Levert
01:04:23
Heading
William Hankins
01:04:24
information
Cheryl Gangl
01:04:26
to provide informaiton
Jolynn Fenton
01:04:27
How would you like to learn
Patricia Tessner
01:04:27
inform give background
Louel Gibbons
01:04:30
Present content information
Shanda Hart
01:04:32
give information/background
Staci Rowell
01:04:34
heading
Janie Walton
01:04:34
teach new info
Jamie Cobb
01:04:36
To learn about something
Brenda Levert
01:04:37
Inform students
Sandra Wheeler
01:04:41
background info
Wendy Bramlett
01:04:44
In the 1st row you were giving information on the topic to the students
Staci Rowell
01:04:51
giving info
Wendy Bramlett
01:05:08
Practice what you learned
Brenda Levert
01:05:08
Test understanding
Janie Walton
01:05:08
review
William Hankins
01:05:11
review content
Carol Foster
01:05:12
Review of terms
Angela Nelson
01:05:14
Review/reinforcing
Jolynn Fenton
01:05:14
Practice preference
Jamie Cobb
01:05:15
Ensuring understanding
Cheryl Gangl
01:05:16
assess learning
Staci Rowell
01:05:21
reviewing
Louel Gibbons
01:05:27
Review and application
Tiffany Wesley
01:05:43
Setting a foundation for understanding or remediation
Sandra Wheeler
01:05:44
assessing
Marsha McAllister
01:05:54
review
Brenda Levert
01:05:56
accountability
Janie Walton
01:06:06
evaluate
Lynda Chick
01:06:09
summarize
Jolynn Fenton
01:06:09
Choice in showing understanding
Jamie Cobb
01:06:11
Share understanding
Valerie Hinton
01:06:12
Reflection
Claudia Bishop
01:06:16
evaluate
Louel Gibbons
01:06:16
Apply the new learning
William Hankins
01:06:17
showing understanding
Wendy Bramlett
01:06:18
In the 3rd row, you were giving student the opportunity to reflect on what they learned
Sandra Wheeler
01:06:18
feedback
Tiffany Wesley
01:06:21
Review or reinforcement of learning
Staci Rowell
01:06:48
reviewing and assessing
Marsha McAllister
01:07:52
Choice is good for our special education students
Lynda Chick
01:08:28
I liked the choice because usually I don’t mind the video but today I’m sick so I really appreciated the student choice not to do a video. Student voice and choice
Jennifer Speigner
01:10:34
I thought about that, too, Marsha. The differentiation was very thoughtful.
Patricia Tessner
01:17:01
I think presenting the rubric or being clear on the learning target before the Choice Board would be critical so that the students know the purpose. I can see some students wondering if they learned what "they were supposed to", and feeling like they have to do all so they don't miss anything. Without knowing the "why", other students may just see it as busy work.
Anna Daly
01:22:42
Seems to address various learning styles
Sandra Wheeler
01:22:42
Contrast in text color can be detrimental for low vision students
Jamie Cobb
01:22:45
I like that is simple for younger students.
Jolynn Fenton
01:22:48
To many colors and hard to focus. I feel overwhelmed
William Hankins
01:22:49
Too many colors. Too many choices?
Angela Nelson
01:22:50
I like having several options, but too many can be overwhelming sometimes.
Marsha McAllister
01:22:50
I love this. I am an early childhood special educator. I could even use this with my students.
Claudia Bishop
01:23:05
Elementary School age
Brenda Levert
01:23:06
Love having options
Louel Gibbons
01:23:12
Offers lots of different types of choices for the activities
Janie Walton
01:23:12
Too many choices for younger students
Cheryl Gangl
01:23:13
I like the options but think the layout is confusing.
Ashley Patten
01:23:31
This would be great for places without much tech access. Even students who may be working at home without internet access could complete this.
Jennifer Northrup
01:23:39
Not sure what the goal is. Lots of different skills.
Brenda Levert
01:23:49
HOw about a free space :-)
Jennifer Speigner
01:23:57
I can’t tell if the activities are actually tied to standards.
Tim Clemmons
01:24:27
The font is kid-friendly.
William Hankins
01:24:37
Does tic tac toe mean you have to pick three>
Jolynn Fenton
01:24:39
Any three in a row you will write, draw an perform
Kathy Colburn
01:24:48
Children have to be strategic about the choices to get 3 in a row. They won't be able to choose the "easy" assignment each time.
Jamie Cobb
01:26:07
Does the one square with red mean you have to do that one?
Sonya Sullivan
01:26:43
Better more specific instructions
Louel Gibbons
01:26:55
I wondered about the red as well
Claudia Bishop
01:27:04
Many literacy skills involved
Sandra Wheeler
01:27:13
Tasks are very specific and higher-order thinking
Anna Daly
01:27:16
Again- no tech option
Jamie Cobb
01:27:27
For a few it says design but it doesn’t say how to do, so you can do tech or not tech
Cara Walls
01:27:55
I like the options. I can see why it could get overwhelming though.
Tim Clemmons
01:28:34
Does not look inviting/fun for elementary students.
Wendy Bramlett
01:28:56
The choices on each row don’t really seem to be related,
Meghan Sherman
01:30:16
Activities are titled - if students are used to this choice board format, they may become more familiar with the activities that are offered regularly. (Similar to naming centers in elementary classrooms)
Sandra Wheeler
01:30:18
very flexible...not vocabulary-specific
Jennifer Speigner
01:30:20
Some choices ask students to “find/ask an adult.”
Angela Nelson
01:30:21
Busy
Patricia Tessner
01:30:27
All are assessing vocabulary
Jolynn Fenton
01:30:29
Different learning styles present
Danielle Sanders-Williams
01:30:29
Choice of words are not related
Jamie Cobb
01:30:30
Requires adults, which might be hard to do at school, when there is only 1 teacher in the room
Cheryl Gangl
01:30:34
Seems like it would be hard to assess
Louel Gibbons
01:30:38
So much text was a bit overwhelming
Wendy Bramlett
01:30:55
There is a good variety of activities
Marsha McAllister
01:31:18
I can use this in my virtual lessons. I always send home ‘homework’ for my students weekly. This is such a good activity to send home.
William Hankins
01:31:26
different sized text in squares makes me crazy
Wendy Bramlett
01:31:28
The work in each choice seems to be about the same amount of work.
Janie Walton
01:32:13
I think it is overwhelming. Maybe choose a different font.
Claudia Bishop
01:32:43
might need larger print, it depends on grade level
Cheryl Gangl
01:33:37
I like the point totals for each category and giving students the choice to choose that way.
William Hankins
01:33:40
Like the different point values - more difficult tasks results in a higher number of points
Jamie Cobb
01:33:48
I like the points total
Anna Daly
01:33:53
This has a "score" challenge
Angela Nelson
01:33:54
I like that point values are indicated.
Sandra Wheeler
01:33:59
I like having the points available and the total
Jolynn Fenton
01:34:16
Clear directions
Meghan Sherman
01:34:20
This one may be better presented in a different format.
Louel Gibbons
01:34:36
Students would like being able to see the points
Wendy Bramlett
01:34:55
I like the weighted points
Janie Walton
01:35:05
Yes, I like the points too.
Brenda Levert
01:35:09
Like the point value.
Wendy Bramlett
01:36:36
I like the 1st one you showed where you only assess the last row.
Jennifer Speigner
01:37:27
Very visually appealing.
William Hankins
01:37:29
It’s all links
Janie Walton
01:37:30
Like the visuals and color
Valerie Hinton
01:37:30
Lots of tech
Brenda Levert
01:37:39
Tech options!
Shonta Harrell
01:37:40
Technology is incorporated!
Valerie Hinton
01:37:43
Nice presentation
Jamie Cobb
01:37:45
Love the tech options and multiple ways show understanding
William Hankins
01:37:46
center square is for submissions
Jolynn Fenton
01:37:47
Quickly identify what I know how to use
Cheryl Gangl
01:37:53
nice variety of tech choices
Jennifer Speigner
01:37:57
Word economy - not at all overwhelming.
Louel Gibbons
01:37:58
Clear, simple, easy to understand
Janie Walton
01:37:58
How many things need to be completed?
Sandra Wheeler
01:38:01
options and turn-in on same screen
Claudia Bishop
01:38:03
great choices
Anna Daly
01:38:08
Appealing & not overwhelming
Jolynn Fenton
01:38:10
Hyperlins
Wendy Bramlett
01:38:17
Students can see other peoples creation
Jolynn Fenton
01:39:30
Path of least resistance
Jennifer Speigner
01:40:19
I could see this being used for various units. It’s not assignment specific, so this could be used off and on all semester/year. Over time, students could use various tech options.
Anna Daly
01:40:30
I like that scaffolding!
Janie Walton
01:42:02
I like the directions at the top that makes it clear what needs to be completed.
Brenda Levert
01:42:07
Too wordy
Jamie Cobb
01:42:07
Again, love the tech options!
William Hankins
01:42:10
very professional looking
Louel Gibbons
01:42:24
Clear instructions
Anna Daly
01:42:28
Trying to figure out the color code meaning
Wendy Bramlett
01:42:35
I like that there are lots of different ways to show what you know
Cheryl Gangl
01:43:24
I learned about Kasey Bell last summer and had the opportunity to use this board at the beginning of the school year to learn their way around our school web system. I adapted it to include tasks within our school web site and it worked great! It was tedious to grade, though.
Sandra Wheeler
01:43:49
no number is given for the diary entries
Sandra Wheeler
01:44:48
I like posting the link
Amy Fowler
01:45:03
can someone post the link again
Jake Miller
01:45:27
jakemiller.net/choiceboardspres
Janie Walton
01:48:24
Google Docs
Sonya Sullivan
01:48:26
Slides or Docs
Meghan Sherman
01:48:27
Google docs or Google slides
Carol Foster
01:48:28
Google Drawings
Kathy Colburn
01:48:28
Google Docs
Christine Strickland
01:48:29
Google Slides
Shonda Tolliver
01:48:31
Google doc or google slide
William Hankins
01:48:32
Slides
Jolynn Fenton
01:48:33
Symbaloo
Wendy Bramlett
01:48:33
Google docs or slides
WaKisha Carter
01:48:34
doc
Jamie Cobb
01:48:36
PowerPoint or Word
Anna Daly
01:48:36
Google doc
Marsha McAllister
01:48:37
Google docs
Hannah J. Chambers
01:48:37
Slides or Docs
Cheryl Gangl
01:48:38
Google Docs or Slides
Louel Gibbons
01:48:41
Google docs or slides
Jennifer Speigner
01:48:41
MS Ppt or Word
Jennifer Northrup
01:48:43
Docs or slides
Artha James
01:48:46
Google Docs
Shonta Harrell
01:48:46
Canva
William Hankins
01:48:49
sheets
Patricia Tessner
01:48:50
I'd like to use Google Slides - not sure how to create a link to a specific slide though
Lynda Chick
01:48:56
Probably SlidesMania
Cara Walls
01:48:56
Slides or docs. Maybe forms....not sure.
Sandra Wheeler
01:48:57
ppt or word
Tim Clemmons
01:48:59
PowerPoint or Google Slides
Cara Walls
01:49:04
Canva is a good idea too!
Valerie Hinton
01:49:16
Kami
Angela Nelson
01:49:20
Microsoft PPT, Canva
Jennifer Cassity
01:49:21
Genially
Lynda Chick
01:49:52
I like the Genially idea
Margaret Wilson
01:49:59
E microsoft
Margaret Wilson
01:50:08
Google
Cheryl Gangl
01:51:46
Great information, Jake! Thank you so much!
Lynda Chick
01:51:53
Thank you for going over your time!!!
Lynda Chick
01:51:56
:)
Valerie Hinton
01:51:57
Thank you!!
Jamie Cobb
01:51:58
Thank you!
Jolynn Fenton
01:52:18
Thank you
Valerie Hinton
01:52:25
Nice Llamas
Marsha McAllister
01:53:03
I got so many ideas for choice boards for my students. I am really exited about these!
Erin Heck
01:53:08
I loved seeing all of the different types of choice boards that could be used.
Patricia Tessner
01:53:09
I think I may be reexploring my Bitmoji Classroom and putting choices instead of all must do's!
Jamie Cobb
01:53:09
Choice boards are great options for learning!
Anna Daly
01:53:10
Choice for both learning & assessment
Valerie Hinton
01:53:16
That I don't have to have entire 9 slots for a choice board.
Louel Gibbons
01:53:21
Loved seeing so many different ways to construct choice boards!
Amber Barkdoll
01:53:32
I like giving students multiple ways to learn the same information.
Cara Walls
01:53:33
Don't overwhelm your self and your students when you are first trying choice board. Plan, learn, and then implement.
Angela Nelson
01:53:33
Choice has a huge impact on student learning and we need to make sure we offer students a chance for autonomy in learning whenever possible.
Jolynn Fenton
01:53:36
List of tools to create Choice boards
Kathy Colburn
01:53:40
Loved all the examples of choice boards! My wheels are turning on how to share with the teachers I support!
Wendy Bramlett
01:53:44
I got lots of ideas for ways to do different choice boards and different tech tools for students to use to complete thejm
WaKisha Carter
01:53:48
Giving students options promotes engagement.
Sandra Wheeler
01:53:54
Empowering the students by offering choices can make their mastery of the information more likely. Success!
Cheryl Gangl
01:53:55
Seeing different types of choice boards and learning about the technologies offered in them
Janie Walton
01:54:05
Loved the many choices that can be given.
Brenda Levert
01:54:16
Love learning about the types of intrinsic learning.
Jennifer Speigner
01:54:23
Choice boards can include tech and no-tech options. They can be scaffolded/differentiated.
Meghan Sherman
01:54:29
I like the idea of using a yes/no rubric as a method of assessing, rather than "grading" each activity.
Tim Clemmons
01:54:33
I didn't know about Choice Boards. I think I might like to try it with my music class.
Jennifer Speigner
01:54:52
And it’s LIBERATING to know it doesn’t have to include 9 options!!
Jennifer Speigner
01:55:27
Roll Tide!
Jake Miller
01:55:28
That’s amazing
Jennifer Speigner
01:55:32
bahaha
Valerie Moore
01:56:01
Allow students to have some choice will help them be more excited about completing assignments.
Patricia Tessner
01:56:24
Jamboard and they can share their contributions
Elizabeth Pitchiah
01:56:37
I love learning to teach, review and assess virtually using choice board.
Adam Clark
01:56:46
Loved the choices that met different learning styles!
Hillary Bruner
01:57:53
That was a distressing klaxon. XD
Jolynn Fenton
01:57:55
YES
Wendy Bramlett
01:57:55
YES
Amber Barkdoll
01:57:56
Yes!
Cheryl Gangl
01:57:57
Yes
Trey Gay
01:57:58
yes
Sandra Wheeler
01:57:59
yes
Kathy Colburn
01:57:59
YES
Cherelle Young
01:57:59
Yes
Sonya Sullivan
01:58:00
Yes
Jasmyne Rogers
01:58:00
Yes
WaKisha Carter
01:58:00
yes
Louel Gibbons
01:58:01
yes
Cara Walls
01:58:01
Yes
Charlotte Douglas
01:58:01
Yes
Valerie Hinton
01:58:02
Yes
Marsha McAllister
01:58:02
yes
Patricia Tessner
01:58:03
yes!
Amy Fowler
01:58:03
yes
Janie Walton
01:58:05
yes
Jennifer Speigner
01:58:05
Mostly. :)
Erin Heck
01:58:05
Yes
Floretta Timmons
01:58:05
yes
Elizabeth Pitchiah
01:58:06
yes
Ashley Patten
01:58:07
yes!
Anna Daly
01:58:10
yes
WaKisha Carter
01:58:11
yes
Valerie Moore
01:58:13
Yes
Tim Clemmons
01:58:13
Yes
Lynn Ray
01:58:18
here
Tiffany Wesley
01:58:28
Research backs it, we should try it because they can learn more and do more.
Tiffany Wesley
01:58:30
Yes
Michelle Mckinney
01:58:41
Yes
Danielle Sanders-Williams
02:01:12
yes
Valerie Hinton
02:02:40
Students loooove this game.
Robert Mayben
02:03:51
https://www.blooket.com/play?id=496959
Jennifer Speigner
02:04:01
Do we have to sign up for an account to play?
Brenda Levert
02:04:15
blocked
Brenda Levert
02:04:21
yep
Kelsie Owens
02:04:42
my students L O V E blooket! best engagement tool and so great for assessment. Paying to upgrade is so worth it (if you don't win this game :) )
Jake Miller
02:05:13
Upgrade gives you data. No upgrade, barely any data.
Jake Miller
02:05:17
So it’s worth it!
Kelsie Owens
02:07:53
@Jake Very worth it!
Lisa Matherson
02:10:48
Direct link to Jake’s presentation - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sBgU_0OtpHGaobdRT8l6fm3w85e43UlzZTRepTQi8QI/edit#slide=id.ga073618e60_0_16
Kelsie Owens
02:10:50
So pumped to hear you talk on this. I did a podcast unit last year, and they really enjoyed it. I learned a lot, too! I definitely want to amp it up this year.
Robert Mayben
02:12:33
Direct Link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wGNNejzFLTONLzQgVb8Zr9uvvFgYqtpVNRovl6ykMv0/edit#slide=id.ga073618e60_0_16
Robert Mayben
02:12:53
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wGNNejzFLTONLzQgVb8Zr9uvvFgYqtpVNRovl6ykMv0/edit?usp=sharing
Robert Mayben
02:13:13
Main Page: https://jakemiller.net/podclassting/
Jolynn Fenton
02:19:24
I asked them to create a commercial
Jake Miller
02:22:14
https://jakemiller.net/PodCLASSting/
Hillary Bruner
02:27:25
Flipgrid #awesome
Patricia Tessner
02:30:53
Even my K -2 students could use FlipGrid!
Patricia Tessner
02:32:15
Having trouble getting into FlipGrid, says Join code not found
Jake Miller
02:32:22
PodCLASSting
Floretta Timmons
02:32:22
I can use a flipgrid.
Artha James
02:32:32
FlipGrid
Jake Miller
02:32:32
Make sure you have the P and the CLASS in caps
Marsha McAllister
02:32:45
I love this idea but I can’t use it with my students. They are 3-5 years olds, most have severe disabilities or autism. But I can share this with my general education teacher friends
Jamie Cobb
02:32:54
I didn’t realize you could use Padlet for voice recording. Another great tool!
Cara Walls
02:33:25
I think it's a good idea. I would probably have the students do book reviews with it.
Patricia Tessner
02:34:29
It looks like it is locked, until I login as myself, but then I can't enter code to access yours.
Tim Clemmons
02:34:29
I was unable to get into the websites.
Elizabeth Pitchiah
02:34:46
I have used flipgrid for self introduction, small project presentation and summarization
Staci Rowell
02:35:14
I can't get in either. :(
Hannah J. Chambers
02:35:22
Padlet is very easy to use.
Jennifer Speigner
02:35:39
I couldn’t get into Flipgrid with my Microsoft credentials. I could with my Google account.
Angela Nelson
02:35:51
Flipgrid worked for me.
Tim Clemmons
02:36:08
Thanks!
Robert Mayben
02:36:19
It is case sensitive.
Cheryl Gangl
02:36:35
I love this idea for high school English novel studies. I would like to use it for part of an advertising campaign assignment I'm using with colonial literature. I had trouble getting the Mote app (but that's operator error) and will work on getting that later. :)
Staci Rowell
02:38:15
I would love to use this for faculty feedback. I am not in a classroom, but need feedback from our staff frequently. This would be much more efficient in reviewing feedback.
Robert Mayben
02:51:05
There might be a couple of teachers with the Samson after today!
Robert Mayben
02:59:13
Schoology also has an audio recorder for assignments and assessments. It would be an excellent way to use Micro-Podcasts for students to show what they know.
Jake Miller
03:02:01
jakemiller.net/podclassting
Louel Gibbons
03:02:52
thank you for an excellent presentation!
Sandra Wheeler
03:02:55
Thank you!
Marsha McAllister
03:03:05
Thank you!!!
Comenecia Underwood
03:03:06
Thank you
Charlotte Douglas
03:03:09
Thank you! Enjoyed and learned a lot from the sessions.
Hannah J. Chambers
03:03:13
Thank you for your awesome presentations!
Hillary Bruner
03:03:17
Shots fired!
Amber Barkdoll
03:03:19
Thank you!
Tim Clemmons
03:03:34
Thank you!!
Patricia Tessner
03:03:35
It is a great way to have my K - 2 students respond when they are still struggling to write!
Claudia Bishop
03:03:36
Thank you
Angela Nelson
03:03:44
Thank you, Jake Miller! Great sessions!
Jennifer Speigner
03:03:52
Both presentations were fantastic! Thank you!
Jake Miller
03:03:54
😃
Yolanda Markham-Huntley
03:04:15
Thank you.
Christine Strickland
03:04:20
Micro-Podcasting! Love it as a simple way to get started especially for younger students
Meghan Sherman
03:04:24
I love the idea of micro-podcasting for quick assessment and to get students used to recording audio.
Lynn Ray
03:04:25
Great as always Jake Miller...thanks
Cheryl Gangl
03:04:26
Thank you, Jake! I really appreciated learning how to get started with micropodcasting!
Patricia Tessner
03:04:27
Will be trying out Schoology again, had difficulty with it last year and defaulted to SeeSaw and FlipGrid
Angela Nelson
03:04:32
Love the idea of micro-podcasting since there are time constraints with classes.
Sandra Wheeler
03:04:34
Show students the power of audio! Some of my shy students will love it.
Jolynn Fenton
03:04:36
Types of microphones, Tools to use to use in micropodcasting
Sonya Sullivan
03:04:41
Great ways to allow students different ways to show off their learning/skills.
Janie Walton
03:04:43
Thank you for a great session. Thanks for sharing so many ways to make micropodcasts and podcasts.
Louel Gibbons
03:04:46
I learned that getting started with podcasting isn't the impossible task I thought it would be
Wendy Bramlett
03:04:47
The microphone recommendations were good and the micro-podcasting ideas
Cara Walls
03:04:49
Podcasts don't have to be long. Micro-podcasts can be just as effective.
Artha James
03:04:49
Thank You
Marsha McAllister
03:04:50
Although I can’t use the info in the second session I took notes for my general education friends! Lots of awesome info to share,
WaKisha Carter
03:04:57
A different method to reach our students.
Shonta Harrell
03:05:04
Thank you for being realistic. It’s wonderful when you can improvise and use what we already have without having to purchase expensive equipment.
Kathy Colburn
03:05:04
I'm definitely a newbie when it comes to podcasting. I love to listen to them but now I feel comfortable trying them out in the classroom.
Tim Clemmons
03:05:20
I am interested in trying out podcasting on a personal level. Equipment purchases was informative.
Anna Daly
03:05:21
micropodcasting - easy entry
Janie Walton
03:05:33
Thanks for sharing the hosting services and tools needed.
Brenda Levert
03:05:34
It is a great way for students to reflect and share their learning.
Valerie Moore
03:05:52
Definitely like the information on the Mike and other tools
Artha James
03:05:54
Padlet
Tiffany Wesley
03:06:19
My biggest takeaway from this session is remembering to develop a plan although it's a recorded presentation because scripting and editing can always be implemented. It's more important to develop that intrinsic motivation within students.
Anne Williamson
03:06:32
Both presentations were awesome! They really gave teachers so many engaging tech tools to increase student engagement and learning! Thank you!
Hannah J. Chambers
03:06:46
Podcasting resources and equipment guidelines are helpful.
Jolynn Fenton
03:06:52
Thanks for sharing
Linda Alford
03:06:53
Everything! The tools are excellent for use with students of all ages.
Staci Rowell
03:07:00
Thank you for the presentations! You ROCK!
Angela Nelson
03:07:03
Thank you!
Staci Rowell
03:07:36
Awesome!
Elizabeth Pitchiah
03:07:39
Thank you!!!
Sonya Sullivan
03:08:03
yes
Jennifer Speigner
03:08:05
no
Shonta Harrell
03:08:05
no
Shanda Hart
03:08:07
yes
Cheryl Gangl
03:08:07
no
Tim Clemmons
03:08:07
No
Wendy Bramlett
03:08:08
No
Staci Rowell
03:08:08
yes!
Valerie Hinton
03:08:09
No
Meghan Sherman
03:08:09
yes use it regularly
Brenda Levert
03:08:09
no
Shandria Langford-Evans
03:08:10
Yes
Hannah J. Chambers
03:08:12
No
Anna Daly
03:08:12
no
Adam Clark
03:08:13
Just recently
Louel Gibbons
03:08:14
no
Claudia Bishop
03:08:17
no
Valerie Moore
03:08:18
No
Amy Fowler
03:08:19
yep
Comenecia Underwood
03:08:23
Yes
Angela Nelson
03:08:24
After learning about it in your session, I showed it to teachers and it’s their favorite thing I’ve ever shared!
Artha James
03:08:28
No
Jake Miller
03:08:39
Bye everyone!!
Jolynn Fenton
03:09:13
YES! We have a lot of teachers who use this in a lesson
Brenda Levert
03:13:20
id?
Robert Mayben
03:13:45
https://www.blooket.com/play?id=136131
Brenda Levert
03:22:24
wow
Shonta Harrell
03:23:05
Thank you!!!!
Linda Alford
03:23:16
I didn't see my name.
Jolynn Fenton
03:26:09
Hey Librarians… UA Bama By Distance has and Ed.S program.
Patricia Tessner
03:27:11
Can we still sign in to PowerSchool for today's session? I got the link from PS but unable to register.
Robert Mayben
03:27:39
Yes, I will add anyone who isn’t no the PowerSchool roster.
Robert Mayben
03:27:55
I will pull attendance from there.
Nicole Springer
03:28:20
Nicoles.bama@ua.edu
Shandria Langford-Evans
03:28:58
No
Rachel Pucko
03:28:59
no
Anna Daly
03:28:59
no
Jennifer Speigner
03:28:59
No
Wendy Bramlett
03:28:59
no
Janie Walton
03:28:59
no
Cara Walls
03:28:59
NO
Trey Gay
03:28:59
No
Marsha McAllister
03:29:00
no
Brenda Levert
03:29:00
no
Kathy Colburn
03:29:00
No
Claudia Bishop
03:29:00
no
Patricia Tessner
03:29:00
no
Jolynn Fenton
03:29:00
no
Hannah J. Chambers
03:29:00
No
Linda Alford
03:29:01
NO
Linda Roberts
03:29:01
No
Sandra Wheeler
03:29:02
No
Linda Alford
03:29:49
Miami
Artha James
03:30:06
I didn’t see my name. I registered from the link that was forwarded to me this morning.
Marsha McAllister
03:30:24
Thank you!
Janie Walton
03:31:01
Do we need to log out or stay on Zoom during lunch?
Nicole Springer
03:31:27
Thank you, everyone! My email again is nicoles.bama@ua.edu. Have a great rest of your day!
Robert Mayben
03:32:00
https://uasystem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcudu2ppzIqGNUt1ZRpX3f2BoHxM1HWD0SG