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Simple steps for an online audience and online presenters to make online classrooms powerful places of learning. Through experience in the Flat Classroom projects. www.flatclassroombook.com

Simple steps for an online audience and online presenters to make online classrooms powerful places of learning. Through experience in the Flat Classroom projects. www.flatclassroombook.com

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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. 1. Check your sound.Welcome To 2. Type a greeting in the chat telling us what you do and where you are from. our Room 3. Add your name and star to the world map so we know where you’re from. Get Started
    • 2. Simple Steps to Smooth Online Presenting with Students Vicki Davis Cofounder, Flat Classroom Projects, Cool Cat Teacher Blog www.coolcatteacher.com @coolcatteacher
    • 3. Who are you?A. Teacher of younger students (10 and under)B. Teacher of students 11-18C. College/ Tertiary 18+D. AdministratorE. OtherVote
    • 4. Source: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/pdfs/SU10_3EofEducation_Students.pdf
    • 5. Success in a Flat WorldWHY DO WE CARE ABOUT ONLINE PRESENTING?Speak Out Flat Classroom MiniConference Mumbai, India 2010 Skyping with a partner in Japan.
    • 6. Flat Classroom Conference Doha, Qatar 2009 Students in Australia presented remotely about digital citizenshipThe 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.
    • 7. What I’ve learned through FlatClassroom® Student Summits • Online = Play • Being a Digital Native ≠ Knowledge of Digital Spaces • Some simple methods make online presenting faster, easier, and more fulfilling
    • 8. 2 Roles Audience, PresenterWE ARE ONLINE BUT DO WE KNOWHOW TO INTERACT IN AN ONLINECLASSROOM?
    • 9. How often are your students joining an online classroom now?A. Multiple times each semesterB. Once a semesterC. Once a yearD. InfrequentlyE. NeverVote
    • 10. Effective Audience Exit EngageEnter
    • 11. Enter Early X “ ” out off-task windows Check 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 Handouts Engage
    • 14. Enter Early “X” out off-task windows Check audio/ video Initiate Yourself to the Classroom Take Handouts Engage
    • 15. Effective Audience ExitEnter Engage• Early• X windows• Check AV• Initiate• Take Handouts• Engage
    • 16. Listen E nquire  How do I ask questions?  When is it time to ask questions?  Am I qualified to ask questions? (Have I prepared?)
    • 17. Acknowledge We have no Face voice and body language so you must EMOTE. (Emoticons.)  Confusion  Agreement  Disagreement  Appreciation
    • 18. Relate Ask yourself am I:  On Topic?  Distracting?  Helpful? Netiquette Do I understand  Backchannel  Protocols
    • 19. What do you want to do next?A. Take 5 minutes to talk about backchannel netiquette rules for online classrooms.B. Run through how to exit a room and move on to skills for presenters.Vote Engage • Listen Exit Enter • Enquire • Early • Acknowledge • X windows • Relate • Check AV • Netiquette • Initiate • Take Handouts • Engage
    • 20. BackchannelNetiquette andBest Practices
    • 21. Backchannel“a live chat that accompanies a live presentation”
    • 22. Google Jockey A person who watches the backchannel andposts information and hyperlinks in response to questions that are posted.
    • 23. Backchannel ModeratorA person who monitors the backchannel chat and informs the speaker of predominant questions and issues arising from the conversation.
    • 24. Troubleshooter A person who monitors the backchannel for those who 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 #1 1. Answer with @Iteachkids: I need helpwith differentiatedinstruction.Joanna: I need helpwith my readingprogramHamster: @iteachkidsI have a great programto share with you.
    • 27. Backchannel Netiquette #2 1. Answer with @Iteachkids: I need help 2. Get a Roomwith 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 #3 1. Answer with @Iteachkids: I want to 2. Get a Roomask Vicki a Question. 3. Get a ModeratorJoanna: I’m thebackchannelmoderator, type yourquestion in and whenit is time, Vicki willask me what ishappening in thebackchannel.
    • 29. Backchannel Netiquette 4 1. Answer with @Iteachkids: I want to 2. Get a Roomask Vicki a Question. 3. Get a ModeratorVicki Davis: I’m notreally Vicki, I just 4. Be yourself butthought it would be not a fakefun to impersonateher.
    • 30. Backchannel Netiquette #5,6 1. Answer with @ 2. Get a RoomIteachkids: Anyoneknow a great blog that 3. Get a Moderatorhelps teachers. 4. Be yourself butVicki Davis: I have a not a fakeblog that I write forteachers, you can 5. Be a linkfind it at dropperhttp://coolcatteacher. 6. Be up frontblogspot.com – I alsolove Jo McLeay’s about selfat…. promotion
    • 31. Listen E nquire Acknowledge Relate Netiquette
    • 32. Save T o do Exit Don’tSTOP Pre-planUntil youSTEP
    • 33. Effective Audience Exit Engage • Save • Listen • To DoEnter • Enquire • Exit• Early • Acknowledge• X windows • Relate • Pre-Plan• Check AV • Netiquette• Initiate• Take Handouts• Engage
    • 34. How often are your students presenting online now?A. Multiple times each semesterB. Once a semesterC. Once a yearD. InfrequentlyE. NeverVote
    • 35. Effective Presenter Exit EngageEnter
    • 36. Prepared Practiced Protocols P 3 How will the audience?  Ask Questions  Manage the backchannel  Emote
    • 37. On Time Pre-meeting  Orientation to the room?  (10 minute countdown)  Start on time  End Early  Have a designated “troubleshooter”  Teach your AUDIENCE how to be a good audience
    • 38. Presenter ExitEnter Engage• Prepared, Practiced & Has Protocols• On Time
    • 39. wow-ing  Help participants connect  Stand up when you talk  Would you listen to yourself?  Plan for participation Energetic Relevant Ask yourself am I:  On Topic?  Distracting?  Helpful?
    • 40. Feedback-centric  Polls  Free writing  Audience-directed topics Understandable  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. Save T o do Exit Don’tSTOP Pre-planUntil youSTEP
    • 43. Presenter Exit • Save Engage • To Do’s • Wow-ingEnter • Energetic • Exit• Prepared, Practiced & • Relevant • Pre-plan Has Protocols • Feedback-centric• On Time • Understandable • Literate
    • 44. EffectivePresenter 3 P repared, Practiced, & has Protocols O n Time W ow-ing E nergetic R elevant F eedback-centric U nderstandable L iterate
    • 45. The Most Important Thing I learned today Vicki Davis http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com www.flatclassroombook.com @coolcatteacherWrite andAskQuestions

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