Nervous about your transition to online (or hybrid, or whatever)? Using Zoom in your Reacting class? Join us as we share some of what we've learned about using zoom to support your digital classroom community, especially for Reacting classes. This interactive session will include a little personalized practice time for each participant, as well as a Question and Answer portion. Because of the personalized time, we are capping this session at 11 participants. This is also a great opportunity to help train Teaching Assistants or Preceptors who may be helping your classes. Additionally, you can troubleshoot issues that have come up for you so far in the semester.You'll Learn:• Naming & Renaming & Backgrounds and how it can support the liminal 'game frame'• Host/Co-Host status and why you may wish to assign these roles to students at different times• The Zoom Chat and why you will want to limit it• Breakout rooms ( a lot about breakout rooms) how they can maintain the social and persuasive aspects of a Reacting game how to use them to structure the flow of the game• The Spotlight Feature how you can steer game play and attention• Voting Options• Ways of introducing your students (and student helpers) to zoom, and different zoom decorum options
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Zoom for Reacting 9/24 [Sold Out]
September 24, 2020 at 4:30 PM EDTA 75 minute live zoom meeting on best practices for using Zoom in your online classes, with Q&A portion and personalized practice time.
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