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Kodee Furst's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim, NDSU Bookstore
04:22
4
Tricia Tauer
04:23
3
Jeremy Kopp
04:23
3.14
robert.a.dirk-HSE
04:23
3
Jessica Bauer
04:25
3
Andrea Richard
04:26
4
Michelle Pearson
04:27
3
Janet Sundquist
04:29
3
Pat Breen
04:30
4.7865
Joy Annette
04:33
4
Pat Breen
05:54
72 15
Michelle Pearson
05:55
96 22
Joy Annette
05:55
75 - 15
robert.a.dirk-HSE
05:55
63-$30-
Tricia Tauer
05:56
31 20
Andrea Richard
05:57
49 - 20
Jessica Bauer
05:57
54 -$50
Kim, NDSU Bookstore
05:58
63 25.
Jeremy Kopp
05:58
87 32
Janet Sundquist
06:00
60-35
Jeremy Kopp
35:30
We struggled with knowing which student to assist… the one in front seemed to have all the tools they needed. The student in the back seemed to be lacking all the tools.
Janet Sundquist
35:33
We didn't have time to make a decision but I'm going with...mirror.
Andrea Richard
35:33
Move the cheat sheet to the front of the room or get them a swivel chair :)
Michelle Pearson
35:46
tables/chairs - bringing the group together (round tables, standing desks, etc)
Jeremy Kopp
35:48
Standing desk for the front student
Scott Meyer
37:18
Celebrate, happy , work hard
Andrea Richard
43:24
Swivel Chair but with a ledge to reach high shelves in the room!
Jeremy Kopp
43:29
Collaborative working space (desk) that has a space for resource and tool sharing. Like a desk with a “trough” that you can put calculators, pencils, etc.
Michelle Pearson
43:32
mobility and flexibility of desk shape arrangement and chair type options.
Janet Sundquist
44:20
Interactive mirror so the students engage with each other but can still see the "cheat sheet" behind them. Something like the workout mirror. It would have some entertainment value.
Kodee Furst
51:36
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Qygb9ZUf9PNVY9l6KEnmSXXjgh6IpvqM9PsDmeHj2as/edit?usp=sharing
Janet Sundquist
51:55
With our unlimited money we would buy the workout mirrors, pay Engineers to download our software into the mirror and link iPads for the students to use in order to interact with the mirror which would show the back of the classroom.
Michelle Pearson
52:10
multi shaped and types of seating, with options in the room for students to use what best fits them at each part of the learning day.
Andrea Richard
52:12
Swivel chair like a mini elevator to go to the ceiling, snack storage, and mobile desk space. Buy a 3D printer to build it.
Kodee Furst
53:15
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Qygb9ZUf9PNVY9l6KEnmSXXjgh6IpvqM9PsDmeHj2as/edit?usp=sharing
Jeremy Kopp
53:19
We felt like our idea was attainable in a short period of time. We didn’t need unlimited money and felt like a bigger collaborative space would separate people too much, a smaller space might bring them together closer.
Jessica Bauer
54:05
Evaluation: https://ndstate.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6mqEgVHofnhXLWC
robert.a.dirk-HSE
54:55
Thank you...have to run! Great session!
Kim, NDSU Bookstore
55:17
Go Andrea, she did all of the heavy lifting!!!
Michelle Pearson
57:47
4.5
Jeremy Kopp
57:49
4.5
Andrea Richard
57:49
5!
Janet Sundquist
57:52
5-Thanks Scott!
Pat Breen
57:53
4.988945
Joel Hanson
57:57
5
Alli (she|her) Goossens
58:01
5 thank you!
Michelle Pearson
58:01
Thank you, great session!
rebekah.oliver
58:15
Thank you!
Joy Annette
58:32
ty great presentation