[SLED] classroom disruptions
bethritterguth at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 14:29:57 PDT 2007
Disruptions do happen all of the time, and, sometimes, from other faculty.
Sometimes people don't understand that "I am teaching right now" really
means "these are real life college students enrolled in my class, and I
really need to focus on them right now. Perhaps you can come back later or
email me out of world, and we can catch up and chat."
What is more agonizing is when I am immed and can't respond right away and
people get irritated. So, again, "I am teaching right now" does not always
translate into "I am really sorry that I can not IM with you right now; I
will be happy to chat with you when I am done here, but, really, I can't
focus on both your detailed questions and theirs, and they are paying me in
real life to teach them..."
On 4/25/07, Alex Heiphetz <deltalp at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you own the land you can do the following:
> * right click on land -> edit land
> * draw new parcel boarders so that your calssroom is inside
> * click "divide parcel"
> * step on the parcel you just created
> * from the top menu select "world" -> "about land"
> * click "access" tab
> * either enter list of avatars who are allowed to access the parcel
> or the name of the group that'll have access (in latter case you need to
> create group beforehand).
> That's it. No more wondering avatars. Additional bonus; sound
> does not penetrate parcel boundaries (in case you use voice or watch a
> A.Heiphetz / AHG Hallard
> Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 11:22:32 -0700
> From: Nola Johnston <njohnston at eciad.ca >
> Subject: [SLED] classroom disruptions
> I've been asked if it is likely that instructors teaching in public
> spaces will find their classes disrupted by passers-by. I'm talking
> here about people who wander in and say "what are you doing?" or
> start distracting activities such as building rather than real
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