Simple Online Presentations - June 2013 #tic13

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Teach presenters and the audience how to have a successful online classroom. Enable the behaviors to help more learning, more interaction, and more engagement happen.Learn how to teach students to be …

Teach presenters and the audience how to have a successful online classroom. Enable the behaviors to help more learning, more interaction, and more engagement happen.Learn how to teach students to be successful online students.

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  • Participants type on the board why we care about online.
  • Entrance Engagement Exit
  • The hardest part of any online meeting is having a successful start. Getting everyone there on time is important. So we start by teaching students how to enter a room by using the “Excite Method.” When first beginning attending an online classroom, I recommend starting to enter at least 15-20 minutes early or try it out the day before. It is amazing how many people don’t try a technology and just expect it to work. Test, test, and retest the technology. Students just walk into our face to face classrooms but we forget that it took a year to learn how to walk. Students need to give themselves time to learn how to walk into a classroom.
  • Entrance Engagement Exit
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.
  • Before we move into our presentation, let’s get a few things out of the way.
  • Entrance Engagement Exit
  • Entrance Engagement Exit
  • The hardest part of any online meeting is having a successful start. Getting everyone there on time is important. So we start by teaching students how to enter a room by using the “Excite Method.” When first beginning attending an online classroom, I recommend starting to enter at least 15-20 minutes early or try it out the day before. It is amazing how many people don’t try a technology and just expect it to work. Test, test, and retest the technology. Students just walk into our face to face classrooms but we forget that it took a year to learn how to walk. Students need to give themselves time to learn how to walk into a classroom.
  • Sometimes you stand – the energy is higher
  • Entrance Engagement Exit
  • Sometimes you stand – the energy is higher
  • Sometimes you stand – the energy is higher
  • Sometimes you stand – the energy is higher
  • Entrance Engagement Exit

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  • 1. Welcome Toour Room1. Check your sound.2. Type a greeting in the chat telling us what you do andwhere you are from.3. Add your name and star to the world map so we knowwhere you’re from.1. Check your sound.2. Type a greeting in the chat telling us what you do andwhere you are from.3. Add your name and star to the world map so we knowwhere you’re from.Get Started
  • 2. Simple Steps to Smooth Online Presentingwith StudentsVicki DavisCofounder, Flat Classroom Projects,Cool Cat Teacher Blogwww.coolcatteacher.com@coolcatteacher#flatclass
  • 3. Who are you?VoteA. Teacher of younger students (10 and under)B. Teacher of students 11-18C. College/ Tertiary 18+D. AdministratorE. Other
  • 4. Source: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/pdfs/SU10_3EofEducation_Students.pdf
  • 5. WHY DO WE CARE ABOUT ONLINE PRESENTING?Success in a Flat WorldFlat Classroom MiniConferenceMumbai, India 2010Skyping with a partner in Japan.SpeakOut
  • 6. The signpost of your destiny is becoming what you postonline. In our interconnected world, the only facepeople will see is your name and what you share. Torefuse to share is to refuse to exist in technologicalspaces where humans connect. #flatclassFlat Classroom ConferenceDoha, Qatar 2009Students in Australia presented remotely about digital citizenship
  • 7. What I’ve learned through FlatClassroom® Student Summits• Online = Play• Being a Digital Native ≠Knowledge of DigitalSpaces• Some simple methodsmake online presentingfaster, easier, and morefulfilling
  • 8. WE ARE ONLINE BUT DO WE KNOWHOW TO INTERACT IN AN ONLINECLASSROOM?Audience, Presenter2 Roles
  • 9. How often are your studentsjoining an online classroom now?VoteA. Multiple times each semesterB. Once a semesterC. Once a yearD. InfrequentlyE. Never
  • 10. AudienceEffective
  • 11. Enter Early“X” out off-task windowsCheck audio/ video
  • 12. Initiate Yourself to the ClassroomRead the menus at the topPoint at the iconsFind the help file.Look at the views.How do I ask a question?Where are the emoticons?What do the emoticons mean?Are there any protocols for this room?
  • 13. Take HandoutsEngage
  • 14. Enter Early“X” out off-task windowsCheck audio/ videoInitiate Yourself to theClassroomTake HandoutsEngage
  • 15. AudienceEffective
  • 16. ListenEnquireHow do I ask questions?When is it time to ask questions?Am I qualified to ask questions?(Have I prepared?)
  • 17. AcknowledgeWe have no Face voice and body language soyou must EMOTE. (Emoticons.)ConfusionAgreementDisagreementAppreciation
  • 18. RelateAsk yourself am I:On Topic?Distracting?Helpful?NetiquetteDo I understandBackchannelProtocols
  • 19. What do you want to do next?VoteA. Take 5 minutes to talk about backchannelnetiquette rules for online classrooms.B. Run through how to exit a room and move onto skills for presenters.
  • 20. BackchannelNetiquette andBest Practices
  • 21. Backchannel“a live chat that accompanies alive presentation”
  • 22. Google JockeyA person who watches the backchannel andposts information and hyperlinks in response toquestions that are posted.
  • 23. BackchannelModeratorA person who monitors the backchannel chat andinforms the speaker of predominant questionsand issues arising from the conversation.
  • 24. TroubleshooterA person who monitors the backchannel for thosewho are having problems and helps themtroubleshoot. (Note: It is more fair to have a non-student / non-lead presenter perform this task.)
  • 25. Classroom Uses•Group Notetaking•Link Sharing•Quick Quiz•Archivable Record•Involvement of quieter students
  • 26. Backchannel Netiquette #11. Answer with @Iteachkids: I need helpwith differentiatedinstruction.Joanna: I need helpwith my readingprogramHamster: @iteachkidsI have a great programto share with you.
  • 27. Backchannel Netiquette #21. Answer with @2. Get a RoomIteachkids: I need helpwith differentiatedinstruction.Joanna: Anyonewant to hear a joke?Hamster: You’re thejoke.Joanna: I know whatyou did last week,don’t tell me that.
  • 28. Backchannel Netiquette #31. Answer with @2. Get a Room3. Get a ModeratorIteachkids: I want toask Vicki a Question.Joanna: I’m thebackchannelmoderator, type yourquestion in and whenit is time, Vicki willask me what ishappening in thebackchannel.
  • 29. Backchannel Netiquette 41. Answer with @2. Get a Room3. Get a Moderator4. Be yourself butnot a fakeIteachkids: I want toask Vicki a Question.Vicki Davis: I’m notreally Vicki, I justthought it would befun to impersonateher.
  • 30. Backchannel Netiquette #5,61. Answer with @2. Get a Room3. Get a Moderator4. Be yourself butnot a fake5. Be a linkdropper6. Be up frontabout selfpromotionIteachkids: Anyoneknow a great blog thathelps teachers.Vicki Davis: I have ablog that I write forteachers, you canfind it athttp://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com– I also love JoMcLeay’s at….
  • 31. ListenEnquireAcknowledgeRelateNetiquette
  • 32. SaveTo doExitPre-planDon’tSTOPUntil youSTEP
  • 33. AudienceEffective
  • 34. How often are your studentspresenting online now?VoteA. Multiple times each semesterB. Once a semesterC. Once a yearD. InfrequentlyE. Never
  • 35. PresenterEffective
  • 36. PreparedProtocolsPracticedP3How will the audience?Ask QuestionsManage the backchannelEmote
  • 37. On TimePre-meetingOrientation to the room?(10 minute countdown)Start on timeEnd EarlyHave a designated “troubleshooter”Teach your AUDIENCE how to be agood audience
  • 38. Presenter
  • 39. wow-ing Help participants connect Stand up when you talk Would you listen to yourself? Plan for participationEnergeticRelevantAsk yourself am I:On Topic?Distracting?Helpful?
  • 40. Feedback-centric Polls Free writing Audience-directed topicsUnderstandableOn Topic?Distracting?Helpful?
  • 41. Literate Handle problems? Drawing on the board People who don’t understand mike Manage the room Run polls Advance slides Load your slides.
  • 42. SaveTo doExitPre-planDon’tSTOPUntil youSTEP
  • 43. Presenter
  • 44. PresenterP repared, Practiced, & has ProtocolsO n TimeW ow-ingE nergeticR elevantF eedback-centricU nderstandableL iterate3Effective
  • 45. The Most Important Thing Ilearned todayWrite andAskQuestionsVicki Davishttp://coolcatteacher.blogspot.comwww.flatclassroombook.com@coolcatteacher
  • 46. January 2012