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Zoom Breakout Rooms Part2: Roles/Activities WITHIN Breakout Rooms Why bother? 2pmET Sep25

  • 25 Sep 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Zoom


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Zoom Breakout Rooms PART 2

Roles/Activities WITHIN Breakout Rooms

Why bother? When worth the effort?

2pmET Friday Sept 25, 2020 via Zoom


1:30pmET  (Informal pre-session) Login, check equipment, informal greetings

2:00pmET Welcome; Begin Recording; Constructive Online Roles

Summarizers, Reporters, Designated Learners, Designated Teachers,  TAs, ZAs, VOCs, STAs...

2:10pmET   Discuss/Prepare/Demo
Why bother?  When worth the effort?

Roles, Activities WITHIN Zoom Breakout Rooms

  • Specific Constructive Online Roles - For Breakout Discussions TODAY: Provide adequate prep for summarizers, reporters, etc. within each breakout room
  • General Issues: Successful uses of Zoom Breakout Rooms? Challenges encountered already? Anticipated problems? Especially for those teaching online with zoom for the first time…Especially for the first few zoom sessions of an online course.
  • References, Excerpts: Info re Zoom Breakout Rooms

2:20pmET Zoom Breakout Rooms

2:50pmET  Afterthoughts: Topic??  

3:00pmET??  Adjourn

I hope you’re staying safe and healthy, and occasionally finding peace of mind.


Crisis, Self-Deception, Online Education, and Democracy


[1] “The Aims of Education,” part 4, “Technical Education and Its Relation to Science and Literature,”  Classicial Selections on Great Issues Volume IX, Education: Ends and Means, By Julius A. Sigler, Copyright 1997 by Lynchburg College, University Press of America, p. 140

[2] [First published as TLT-SWG-70: 4/3/03]

[3] Maria Popova, “Lying in Politics: Hannah Arendt on Deception, Self-Deception, and the Psychology of Defactualization” in “Brain Pickings”

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