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Rosa Viramontes
09:51
Hello!!! Good morning!!
Rosa Viramontes
10:04
Si the conversation being recorded?
Robert Perry
10:10
yes Rosa
Jim Sullivan
10:11
Greetings All!
Roland Estrella
10:14
Good Morning!
Jim Sullivan
14:57
Students are arriving with some pandemic education trauma
Jim Sullivan
15:09
Many had very frustrating online learning experiences
Jim Sullivan
15:26
Or were not asked to do much work in their high school or college online classes
Jim Sullivan
16:20
I hope we can think about why it matters to be on campus
Jim Sullivan
16:47
And what we learning when we are together that we dot necessarily experience in zoom and asynchronous spaces
Kat Soto-Gomez
18:18
^^^ thank you for bringing those points us. We just hosted an in-person event for new students many were opposed to online learning because of tech issues and accessibility/online education trauma
dara (she/her/hers)
18:36
I am a mix of the two
Kat Soto-Gomez
18:42
bringing those points *up*
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
19:07
dara handled everything exceptionally well. She had the ONE COVID-related student conduct issue last semester. (Yes, there was only one.) dara was a rockstar and we had a great partnership as we navigated the situation together.
Rosa Viramontes
19:22
We have 30 students enrolled in one Spanish 101 class
Leila Safaralian (she/her/hers)
19:30
I had 35 students in my both face to face classes :-)
Rosa Viramontes
20:49
Leila, would like to hear your experience
Leila Safaralian (she/her/hers)
21:03
sure :-)
Jim Sullivan
21:05
I had several students struggling with that too!
Jim Sullivan
21:36
Lots of tough udgement calls to make for students too
Jim Sullivan
23:27
My biggest physical challenge was my glasses fogging up
Leah Cluff
24:31
Jim, medical/bandage tape across the top is the fix we have in our house for foggy glasses.
Roland Estrella
25:46
@Jim, I had the same issue with my glasses fogging up. I also have Asthma and trying to speak to the back of the class for an hour or so was difficult at times.
Lynne Miller
26:18
Note that AIS should have mic set-ups to lend out … talk with your dean for further info.
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
26:27
Yes, antigen test on campus
James Diokno
26:30
I had 2 in person classes, one was an evening class. had some problems later in the semester having PPE restocked. also, cleaning staff were not always masked when entering classrooms
Roland Estrella
27:24
@Lynne, thanks, as the mic in the classroom that I used did not work
Lynne Miller
28:01
Everyone, contact your dean asap if you want a mic. Supplies might be limited.....
Rick White (he/his/him)
28:04
Can anyone get an antigen test at any time?
Shelli Homer
29:10
Note: There are masks that have these plastic strips around the seal which keep glasses from fogging up. It is really nice to not have that issue.
Jessica Thompson
29:24
Could someone explain what the scanning app is? Thanks! :)
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
29:31
Public Information has designed a flyer that faculty and staff can share with students. The flyer will be widely shared.
Annie Ngo
29:34
With the shift to online until Feb 21, that means we’d teach the app the first week we’re back in person…?
James Diokno
29:37
also, was not always able to have students scan in and out, especially if students came late or left early
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
29:40
@Rick - Risk Management has secured on campus is for exempted students and employees. For specific questions, please reach out to Justin Crast.
Kat Soto-Gomez
29:50
@nick will we have access to n95 or kn95 masks once we're back on ground?
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
29:54
*Flyer on how to use the COVID app
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
29:55
In math, we need our students to submit handwritten work. It’s more hygienic if they scan it and submit it as a Canvas assignment.
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
30:35
Most of us use either GeniusScan or CamScanner which are free apps they can use in iOS or Android.
James Diokno
31:13
I still kept my video lectures uploaded in Canvas so my in person classes had more PBL and group work and less lecture as students were asking for more engagement and to be busy
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
31:14
@Kat - Please reach out to Justin Crast for questions masks that are available for employees and students.
Shelli Homer
31:17
The notes app that is already on iphones can scan to pdfs
Jessica Thompson
31:21
Thanks Angela. :)
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
31:55
You’re welcome Jessica. Shelli, that’s correct. The notes app in iPhone works but has less options than the other two.
Eduardo Mariscal
32:52
What happens if the student does not complete their week test? Do we not let them in or not?
Roland Estrella
34:27
I had a student with symptoms and no test results on Theory day. I was able to set up my laptop to have them log in on Zoom to attend.
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
34:31
Quick website regarding the app and how to download: Miracosta.edu/app
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
34:58
Oh, THAT scanning app!
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
36:25
Question: is there a video tutorial that staff/students can watch to learn how to use this contact tracing scanning app? We can watch it before the first day of on campus class.
dara (she/her/hers)
36:53
And at least we have a month to prepare the students for the app and the new "first day."
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
37:22
@Angela there is a short video on MiraCosta.edu/app page
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
37:33
@Eduardo - Yes, if an exempted student is showing as not cleared to be on campus (on your roster) because they did not complete their weekly test, they should not be in class.
Roland Estrella
37:43
@Robert, I also tried the face shield but I kept spitting on it, lol.
Robert Perry
37:58
@roland lol
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
38:11
@Kristen: thank you
Eduardo Mariscal
38:14
@ thank you Nick
Leila Safaralian (she/her/hers)
38:20
@Angela, the QR code is posted on the doors so you just scan it with your phone. For the App, it's very easy to use and I would be happy to show you how to use it. Kristen also sent a link.
Catherine Walker (she/her/hers)
38:28
Re the app, what if a student/employee does not have a smart phone?
Leila Safaralian (she/her/hers)
39:14
@Catherine, there are kiosks on campus for those who don't have a smart phone.
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
39:15
@Catherine, if a student or staff does not have a smart phone or want to download the app, there will be kiosks throughout each site
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
39:40
@Leila, but you said it took your students two classes to learn how to use it. That doesn’t sound easy to use.
Beth Powell
39:40
Where are the kiosks?
Leila Safaralian (she/her/hers)
40:20
@Angela, I said it was difficult to download the app.
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
40:28
Kiosk Locations on the Oceanside CampusBuilding 1100 - Campus Police LobbyBuilding 3400 - Student Center main entrance across sidewalk from building 3200Building 3300 - Main entrance to Admissions & RecordsBuilding 3000 - Main Entrance to Financial Aid and ScholarshipsBuilding T600 - Purchasing Building Conference RoomBuilding 4200 - Facilities Conference Room
Suzie Bailey
40:46
Only vaccinated with a positive
Jessica Thompson
40:51
Good question Rick.
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
40:53
Kiosk Location at SEC: Student Services and Admin building- back conference room
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
41:14
Kiosk Location at CLC: Student Services Building
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
41:17
@Leila: oh got you! I dowloaded the app already. Didn’t think it was difficult but good to know students might find it difficult. I’ll share the video Kristen mentioned with my students in advance.
Leah Cluff
41:33
Kristen, at some point do you think a kiosk could be placed over by the 2100/2200/2300/theater/dance buildings?
johnkirwan
42:15
Does the roster update when students scan in to the classroom?
Kristen Huyck (she.her)
42:19
@Leah I will communicate this request to AIS :)
Beth Powell
42:38
@Kristen, I noticed that too. Not sure why there are 3 by Admissions and Records and not spread out across campus
Robert Perry
42:54
that is screenshot of the app
Robert Perry
43:47
@curry, you can share that screenshot I put if you would like. it is a screenshot of the app
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
43:52
@dara - Yes, it takes 15 minutes to update the roster. Encourage your exempted students to arrive early. (We do too.)
Rob Bond
44:09
Is there recommended language on Covid protocol to put into our syllabus?
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
44:10
Please mute Shafin
Robert Perry
44:52
uh Rah!
Annie’s iPhone
46:13
To clarify- if an on - ground student informs us they have tested positive for COVID we fill out a CARE referral form for them? Are others who may have potentially been exposed then notified?
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
47:42
@Annie - Yes, CARE Referral. We will also be rolling out a phone number that can be called with our testing partner, Healthcare IT Leaders. And we have hired a company to conduct all of our contact tracing, who will contact impacted folks.
Annie’s iPhone
48:10
Thanks!
ssankaranarayanan
49:01
Quick question: if a student/teacher contracts COVID how long should the other students/teacher isolate?
ssankaranarayanan
49:33
Would the teacher continue classes online for the isolation period?
Roland Estrella
49:52
1 thing that I used was having a laptop with a zoom open during my on ground lectures. Then I would be able to record it and post it for students who were sick, etc.
Catherine Walker (she/her/hers)
50:02
If the instructor is tested positive, is class cancelled for two weeks or does it meet online via Zoom?
Jonathan Fohrman (he/him)
50:48
It should be canceled or should have a substitute
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
51:27
Great question John. Sounds like the scanning is based on honor system.
Ashley Davis (she/her/hers)
51:41
Real quick: I have a Saturday on-ground class. Will health services be open on Saturdays if I need to send a student there?
Leila Safaralian (she/her/hers)
51:47
@Catherine, NO our dean said that we have to get a sub to teach in class. we were not allowed to teach from Zoom.
Shelli Homer
52:06
Thank you, @Jon! We need to stop normalizing teaching while we are sick.
Taya Lazootin
53:32
I highly recommend scheduling both in person and online office hours for the semester :)
Rosa Viramontes
54:25
I appreciate all the information. Thank you so much!!
Angela Beltran-Aguilar
54:46
I second that Rosa
Himgauri Kulkarni she/her/hers
55:06
@nick: are we following CDC quarantine guidelines for asymptomatic positive persons?
Janelle West (she/her)
55:14
Totally agree, Dara - thanks for asking this
Robert Perry
55:40
Thank you Lynne for your leadership in our area
Lisa Charnholm
55:41
Thank you. This session was very helpful!
Nick (he/him/his) Mortaloni
55:46
@Himgauri - Great question. Please reach out to Justin Crast. He can share more.
Kristine Arquero (she, her)
55:50
Thank you, everyone!
Jessica Thompson
55:55
Thank you everyone!
Leah Cluff
56:02
Thanks everyone!
Min Choi
56:17
Thanks everyone!
Cristina Toharia
56:18
Thank you everyone!
Jonathan Fohrman (he/him)
56:18
Very helpful session - thanks Lynne and all!
Himgauri Kulkarni she/her/hers
56:20
Thanks Nick
Jessica A. Garza
56:21
Thank you all so much! Need to run a bit early. Best of luck to everyone this Spring!
Roland Estrella
56:23
Thank you everyone
Laura Olson Bermudez
56:27
Thank you!
Jacob Strona
56:35
Thanks! Super informative!
Danita Woo
56:36
Thank you! Extremely helpful
Himgauri Kulkarni she/her/hers
56:37
Thank you all!
Jo Moore (she, her)
56:38
Thank you
Eduardo Mariscal
56:42
Thank you :)
Keith Chan
56:42
Thank you!