Getting better at online interactivity. 24/25 present. Started with group presentations; student spokespeople sharing computer screens. We worked examples, discussed writing, and ended with a mini lecture. I ask a lot of questions. Giving sufficient wait time for student responses is harder in a remote class room than in a face-to-face one. Seven seconds seems like an eternity. To speed things up, I generated a randomly ordered list of names and put them in a shared google doc. For each question, I ask the next person on the list. Students know when their turn is approaching and the hope is they are more prepared to unmute (or type) and answer.