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Marcia Narine Weldon- Univ. of Miami
44:39
One thing to think about is the time of day that you’re teaching. I had 24 students in my class at 6:20 pm-8:00. I kept things moving all the time so they wouldn’t be so tired. I would prefer to teach earlier in the day so the chance of Zoom fatigue is lower. By the end of the day, everyone is fried
Marcia Narine Weldon- Univ. of Miami
55:22
You could do a Google Doc and share screen
Emily Smith Ewing
01:08:49
I have to leave but this has been so helpful. Really excellent case studies. Thank you so much for sharing. I look forward to watching the recording for the remaining conversation. Thank you for organising. Nice to see everyone.
Marcia Narine Weldon- Univ. of Miami
01:10:55
What would you all recommend as ideal class size if you could limit it?
Sally Shamieh
01:11:36
I would think 24. I have 39.
Elizabeth Umlas
01:18:00
Thank you Nina and all the presenters! This has been a great session.
Tricia Olsen
01:18:16
Thanks, all! Have a wonderful day.
Marcia Narine Weldon- Univ. of Miami
01:18:17
Robert- do you assign people to roles if they haven’t picked and do you do it at random
Angie Redecopp
01:18:21
Thank you!
Rachel Chambers
01:18:32
Thank you, Nina and Marcia!
Robert McCorquodale
01:18:43
I assign students if they cannto choose
Diane Orentlicher
01:18:46
Thanks for great session!
Malcolm Rogge
01:18:47
Merci beaucoup!
Ana-Maria Pascal
01:18:51
Thank you so much for a most fascinating webinar! And nice to see some familiar faces :)
Daniela Heerdt
01:19:00
I only joined the second half but it was great, thanks all!