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Creating Online Education Content - Lessons Learned and Best Practices - Shared screen with speaker view
Kamaljeet Khaira
18:20
Go Aggies!
Daisy Valdez
19:05
Yay, NUT10!
Kim Stempien
21:16
Getting kids out in the garden!
Shirley Salado
21:22
F2F relationship
Elaine Silver
21:25
helping people make changes!
Myriam Acevedo
21:30
Interaction with people
Lorena Hoyos
21:31
the dialogue
Monica Drazba
21:32
I love hearing from students
Will Easlea
21:33
Sharing
Shawnice Sellers
21:35
changing lives, making long lasting impressions/memories
Daisy Valdez
21:36
Getting kids to eat what they grow
Anna Jones
21:36
The ‘a-ha’ moment when you can see the concept really click with them.
Elia Escalante
21:36
Bringing smiles to adults
Monique Bittner
21:38
connections with the school community
Tami Sandeen
21:41
The students answers!
Samantha Garnica-Perez
21:45
seeing the kids light up when they learn something new
Elizabeth Gong
21:46
learning from each other
Robert Tapia
21:48
seeing the "A ha" moment
Marisela Ceron
21:49
Help our community to be active and healthy
CLARA WILSHIRE
21:51
Empowering people to make healthy choices
Katryn Weston
21:55
learning where your food comes from
Molica Sim
21:56
collaborative learning
Nora Lopez
22:00
Share and learn ideas with parents and children
Santos Lopez
22:08
Live food demos
Roxana Puentes
22:17
helping my community make informed decisions about food consumption healthy choices
Julie Lefko
22:29
The students’ reactions and answers
Lyn Brock
22:58
Never fear - chat will be saved!
Sonia C Rodriguez
23:09
Collaboration with agencies with the same mutual goals in helping families live healthier.
Robert Tapia
24:00
lack of access to reliable internet
Shannon Klisch
24:40
Could be more accessible to people that don't have transportation to a site or when geography is a barrier
Kamaljeet Khaira
25:01
Yes, Shannon -- agree!
Elizabeth Lopez
25:26
Pro= more flexibility with participant schedules
Rosemary Carter
25:31
hard to build relationships
Rosa Vargas
25:31
no access to internet
Myriam Acevedo
25:46
Know how with technology
Amanda Colegrove
25:47
Pro - it meets people where they are at and hopefully where they are comfortable.
Elaine Silver
25:48
Con: don't know if you are reaching people.
Anna Jones
26:03
Some participants that are shy may feel more comfortable sharing in a virtual format.
Roxana Puentes
26:23
pros: flexible to participants cons: some people are interactive learners
Kim Stempien
26:38
Pro - timely/best alternative given shelter-in-place. Con - Difficult to read what students are understanding. Also, diverse schedules and situations make zoom challenging.
Samantha Garnica-Perez
26:49
Con- not being good at using tech
Myriam Acevedo
27:03
Pro: New & innovate
Will Easlea
27:07
pro: reach people at their comes, cons: experiential learning is lost
Robert Tapia
39:25
Instagram and infographs
Kim Stempien
39:29
Nothing yet... but I'd like to!
Daisy Valdez
39:29
Asking poll questions in IG Storries
Monica Drazba
39:35
we are using facebook for adult audiences
Max Fairbee
39:38
We are sharing healthy activities our team is doing at home
Amanda Colegrove
39:40
Facebook updates
Shannon Klisch
39:42
Facebook, Insta: Videos, recipes, COIVD info
Elaine Silver
39:43
Facebook; overseeing UC page
Roxana Puentes
39:49
outreach to potential participants to join
Kelly Hong
39:53
Polls on Instagram to see what people would like to see
Max Fairbee
39:57
recipes, etc... and lots of partner videos
Kelly Hong
40:05
Posting videos to link to YouTube page
Santos Lopez
40:22
Google Voice
Max Fairbee
40:55
We have also highlighted on social media how our team is partnering to volunteer and still try to meet the needs of our clients
Shirley Salado
41:12
What about TOO much information…causing brain shut-down? When is enough, enough info…Our Target gourd that is…
Shirley Salado
41:29
*group
Robert Tapia
47:24
lessons can be made into a series of videos to be fit into a social media account
Shirley Salado
47:54
Very nice, Thank you Debbie!
Aileen Trujillo
47:56
Thank you
Elizabeth Miranda
47:58
awesome information, thank you!!
Samantha Garnica-Perez
48:08
Thank you
Eldon Bueno
48:12
Awesome, thank you! :)
Marisela Ceron
48:18
Thank you!
Kim Stempien
48:27
Thank you Debbie -- your virtual class format rocks!
Debbie Fetter
48:30
Thank you all! :)
JESSICA REBHOLTZ
50:40
What grade are you currently doing this with?
JESSICA REBHOLTZ
53:24
thank you
Katryn Weston
57:44
Level 1 (Grades 1-2) Level 2 (Grades 3-4) Level 3 (Grades 5-6)
Samantha Garnica-Perez
01:00:20
I like the video
Monica Drazba
01:00:40
Love that!
Deepa Srivastava
01:01:35
This is great Carmela! Good team work !!
Katryn Weston
01:02:11
Ha ha!
Kim Stempien
01:02:35
Great team collaboration!
Elaine Silver
01:02:39
Great!
Rigoberto Ponce
01:02:44
wow! great job!
Barbara MkNelly
01:02:45
Fantastic! Thank you Carmela
Annabelle Factura
01:02:49
That was awesome, Central Sierra! Thank you!
Max Fairbee
01:02:53
Can you share the youtube link in the chat?
Samantha Garnica-Perez
01:02:56
Thank
Julie Lefko
01:02:58
Awesome! Thank you!
Shirley Salado
01:02:59
Practical, thank you Carmela!
EMILY DIMOND
01:03:01
Debbie - Do you have any best practices for setting up the student message board so that academic integrity is maintained?
Carmela Padilla
01:03:18
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjJT0u6Lt8FH3dZCrhLzWAQ/videos
Chutima Ganthavorn
01:03:40
Thank you Debbie & Carmela! Great job!
Lyn Brock
01:05:21
Please use the hand raise and we'll invite you to unmute if you prefer to speak.
EMILY DIMOND
01:05:25
Thank you!
Kim Stempien
01:06:15
Debbie - What types of msg/info did you put on Instagram?
Barbara MkNelly
01:06:38
Carmela - Can you share why your team used Google drive to share files instead of Box?
Kim Stempien
01:08:31
Debbie - scratch question. Found it on ucdnut10
Chutima Ganthavorn
01:09:30
One of the slides had a bullet about offering incentives. Could you give some examples?
Shirley Salado
01:09:35
Great ideas, and wonderful methods to teach concepts!
Michele Byrnes
01:11:16
Carmela - Was Biteable the platform you used for your Brain Breaks? Did it include the music or did you add that in?
Aileen Trujillo
01:11:37
when we make ppt slides for adult curriculum do we need to add source credits to all slides?
Wylie Skillman
01:12:20
Debbie - would it be possible to share your nutrition Instagram content on our CalFresh Healthy Living platforms?
Debbie Fetter
01:12:33
@Wylie of course! :)
Lyn Brock
01:13:09
Hi Aileen - Source attribution can be on one slide at the beginning of the PPT. Does not need to be on every slide.
Aileen Trujillo
01:13:20
thank you
Chris Evans
01:13:38
thank you.
Katryn Weston
01:13:50
Thank you!
Marisela Ceron
01:13:56
Thank you so much!
Kim Stempien
01:14:15
Great webinar -- thank you all!
Samantha Garnica-Perez
01:15:18
Thank you
Daisy Valdez
01:15:19
Thank you Carmela and Debbie!
Barbara MkNelly
01:15:21
Great webinar! Thank you
Amanda Colegrove
01:15:24
That was wonderful - Thank you!!!
Jennifer Ferreira
01:15:24
thank you!
Elaine Silver
01:15:29
Great information! Thank you!!!
Maria Gutierrez
01:15:30
Thank you!!! :)
Chutima Ganthavorn
01:15:37
Great webinar!
Stella Weaver
01:15:37
Thank you!
Patricia Amezcua
01:15:38
Thank You!!
Alicia Fraticelli
01:15:38
Thank you
Eldon Bueno
01:15:43
thank you!
Nora Lopez
01:15:44
Thank you!!!