Forty-five minute demonstration and discussion on using Visual Classrooms to support active learning instruction. Flip your classroom, implement social homework, support collaborative labs, crowdsource exam review and more.
Jump-start in-class discussions by bringing virtual student work directly into the dialog.
August 26 – Friday – 1pm EST
August 30 – Tuesday – 2pm EST
September 6 – Tuesday – 3pm EST
How To Join – No login required, works best with Chrome browser
RSVP appreciated but not required to Dr. Leslie Schnieder –firstname.lastname@example.org
The final update of the summers is out. While we have tested and tested there could still be some issues that pop up, please email email@example.com with any problems or suggestions.
Multiple Instructors For Group
You can now have multiple instructors for a single group. From the groups page, click on icon for Managing Instructors ( ), and on the popup simply enter the other instructors email. If they don’t have an account, we’ll ask if it is OK for us to email them an access link.
We modeled it after Google Docs sharing, so there is also a link you can share with people that gives them instructor access.
We originally developed Visual Classrooms for smaller hybrid/blended classes, where the number of students kept the amount of discussion manageable.
Aimed at larger class sizes, virtual sections lets you break your class up into online cohorts that work together on collaborative homeworks, virtual labs/simulations, and real world data collection.
Just set the desired size of each section when creating your group, and new sections will be automatically added as students join.
You can assign specific TA’s to specific virtual sections. Watch the short Vimeo video below to get a better understanding.