Creating Online Education Content - Lessons Learned and Best Practices - Shared screen with speaker view
Getting kids out in the garden!
helping people make changes!
Interaction with people
I love hearing from students
changing lives, making long lasting impressions/memories
Getting kids to eat what they grow
The ‘a-ha’ moment when you can see the concept really click with them.
Bringing smiles to adults
connections with the school community
The students answers!
seeing the kids light up when they learn something new
learning from each other
seeing the "A ha" moment
Help our community to be active and healthy
Empowering people to make healthy choices
learning where your food comes from
Share and learn ideas with parents and children
Live food demos
helping my community make informed decisions about food consumption healthy choices
The students’ reactions and answers
Never fear - chat will be saved!
Sonia C Rodriguez
Collaboration with agencies with the same mutual goals in helping families live healthier.
lack of access to reliable internet
Could be more accessible to people that don't have transportation to a site or when geography is a barrier
Yes, Shannon -- agree!
Pro= more flexibility with participant schedules
hard to build relationships
no access to internet
Know how with technology
Pro - it meets people where they are at and hopefully where they are comfortable.
Con: don't know if you are reaching people.
Some participants that are shy may feel more comfortable sharing in a virtual format.
pros: flexible to participants cons: some people are interactive learners
Pro - timely/best alternative given shelter-in-place. Con - Difficult to read what students are understanding. Also, diverse schedules and situations make zoom challenging.
Con- not being good at using tech
Pro: New & innovate
pro: reach people at their comes, cons: experiential learning is lost
Instagram and infographs
Nothing yet... but I'd like to!
Asking poll questions in IG Storries
we are using facebook for adult audiences
We are sharing healthy activities our team is doing at home
Facebook, Insta: Videos, recipes, COIVD info
Facebook; overseeing UC page
outreach to potential participants to join
Polls on Instagram to see what people would like to see
recipes, etc... and lots of partner videos
Posting videos to link to YouTube page
We have also highlighted on social media how our team is partnering to volunteer and still try to meet the needs of our clients
What about TOO much information…causing brain shut-down? When is enough, enough info…Our Target gourd that is…
lessons can be made into a series of videos to be fit into a social media account
Very nice, Thank you Debbie!
awesome information, thank you!!
Awesome, thank you! :)
Thank you Debbie -- your virtual class format rocks!
Thank you all! :)
What grade are you currently doing this with?
Level 1 (Grades 1-2) Level 2 (Grades 3-4) Level 3 (Grades 5-6)
I like the video
This is great Carmela! Good team work !!
Great team collaboration!
wow! great job!
Fantastic! Thank you Carmela
That was awesome, Central Sierra! Thank you!
Can you share the youtube link in the chat?
Awesome! Thank you!
Practical, thank you Carmela!
Debbie - Do you have any best practices for setting up the student message board so that academic integrity is maintained?
Thank you Debbie & Carmela! Great job!
Please use the hand raise and we'll invite you to unmute if you prefer to speak.
Debbie - What types of msg/info did you put on Instagram?
Carmela - Can you share why your team used Google drive to share files instead of Box?
Debbie - scratch question. Found it on ucdnut10
One of the slides had a bullet about offering incentives. Could you give some examples?
Great ideas, and wonderful methods to teach concepts!
Carmela - Was Biteable the platform you used for your Brain Breaks? Did it include the music or did you add that in?
when we make ppt slides for adult curriculum do we need to add source credits to all slides?
Debbie - would it be possible to share your nutrition Instagram content on our CalFresh Healthy Living platforms?
@Wylie of course! :)
Hi Aileen - Source attribution can be on one slide at the beginning of the PPT. Does not need to be on every slide.
Thank you so much!
Great webinar -- thank you all!
Thank you Carmela and Debbie!
Great webinar! Thank you
That was wonderful - Thank you!!!
Great information! Thank you!!!
Thank you!!! :)