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All Learning is Social and Emotional Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
teacher
40:11
Barb Whiteman from Napakiak. Hello
Kelli Boonstra
40:27
Hello, Kelli Boonstra Soldotna
Carrie
40:27
Hi Stacey!!! :)
f206009- Gretchen Nelson and Arctic Light Staff
40:56
Fairbanks and Fort Wainwright are here too.
f206009- Gretchen Nelson and Arctic Light Staff
44:02
Kelly Thrun is here.
Diana Kurka
44:35
Thanks everyone for checking in!
kelley.harvey
45:25
Hey Doug! You are welcome here in Juneau any time :)
Heather Bogardus
48:57
Operational
Elizabeth Ross
48:58
Hidden
rebecca paul
49:01
extra curriculum
sharon pickett
49:08
In theory it should be in all aspect of the classroom
Michael Hendrix
49:14
operational mostly
Maryjane
49:16
Health and Focus on Learning/Sources of Strength
Sloan_Katelyn
49:18
Offical and operational
rolindaford
49:18
I believe that it is null here currently.
teacher
49:19
Hidden, our culture does let it shine at moments, however.
pikete
49:20
All except the Null...
Billeen
49:24
explicitly taught
RaeEllen
49:25
In my classroom and the building I teach behavioral sped in a prog
Granger
49:28
hidden
Sloan_Katelyn
49:28
and extra
mccomas_karen
49:31
extra curriculum
kbrumfield
49:31
extra
Kellie Davidson
49:32
operational
pikete
49:33
Oh, and the Hidden
Meredith
49:34
Operational and hidden, though there's movement towards official
sheila.keller
49:34
It’s rather hard to avoid most of the time! We are teaching children
Denise
49:35
In our school, we have a time block set aside for community building and SEL discusssions. It's more than that, but it is a scheduled time too
karenmcmillan
49:35
operational for the most part
Ms Roust
49:36
Operational, sometimes extra
Cindy Worley
49:38
hidden
lorrie.scoles
49:39
In the classroom and in the building in general
e01493
49:39
I would say in the operational
Shannon Ryan
49:43
Four of us agree that it is extra for us. We do it, but not well-integrated into the official curriculum.
f159265
49:49
It is hidden in our school - but it is a basic tool in room 11
lisa.peterson
49:56
operational
f206009- Gretchen Nelson and Arctic Light Staff
50:09
Operational but rising to the top
f130032
50:11
hidden
Dana
50:21
During counselor time
Kelli Boonstra
50:32
operational
Rafe
50:32
Operational
Derek
50:39
operational
kbrumfield
50:48
Our school has just started an official SEL curriculum this week in addition to the extra one taught weekly by the counselor.
Rafe
01:00:46
That’s messed up!!
kelley.harvey
01:00:47
That gets me every time!
Ms Roust
01:00:54
It was so heartbreaking!
Sloan_Katelyn
01:00:57
Oh my goodness! It was hard to watch
Stacey Stansell
01:01:03
Can we get the link to that video?
Amy Budge
01:01:07
I think the 2 minutes is too long. Sad.
Maryjane
01:01:12
Poor baby!
Granger
01:01:17
Sure makes me think about how I'm being a dad
Cindy McKibben
01:01:18
It's interesting how we would expect this reaction, but it is hard to watch!
Elizabeth Ross
01:01:25
The still face doesn't seem like what would naturally happen.
Shannon Ryan
01:01:26
Must have be excruciating for the mom. But the baby got over it quickly, at least.
Shannon Ryan
01:01:53
And this is a relationship that was well established, not a stranger. So to have the baby react that negatively that quickly was stunning.
Dana
01:02:02
I’ve seen it before too and it’s difficult to watch.
Gretchen
01:02:15
Powerful!
rebecca paul
01:02:18
What if its an administrator toward a teacher?
Billeen
01:02:24
I know that I'm guilty of this when I'm trying to control my reactions to inappropriate behavior.
rolindaford
01:02:29
I am wondering what we do to our students when we redirect them or don’t have eye contact when they are talking.
f159265
01:02:30
Replace “still face” with face in phone
kelley.harvey
01:02:31
So when we have a student "blowing out" and we don't respond are we making it worse? I see this all the time in the hallway.
Jerry White
01:02:31
I teach in a behavioral health treatment center and most of my clients are there for that kind of upbringing.
Kellie Davidson
01:03:03
makes you think about your role with kids
lisa.peterson
01:03:05
I think of the philosophy “Don’t smile until the Winter Break”
teacher
01:03:13
Obviously, our behaviors are the mirror of our thoughts.
Kristie
01:03:21
Good question Kelly, I wonder the same?
Cindy McKibben
01:03:23
Yes Lisa!
Erin
01:03:24
I have a baby and there is such a difference in his reactions when I am actively trying to figure out what he is trying to tell me. It is not natural to ignore you child, it is so hard.
Dana
01:03:43
That’s why it’s important for teachers to video record themselves so they can see what they are unintentionally communicating.
Cindy McKibben
01:04:10
I agree Dana.
RaeEllen
01:04:13
sometimes students ask to be left alone/let be
Jerry White
01:04:32
Sorry. I intended to say because of, not for.
e01493
01:06:14
This is a great video
e01493
01:06:32
The reactions of the students is powerful!
Bonnie Goen
01:07:16
this is so pwerful
Bonnie Goen
01:07:29
powerful
kelley.harvey
01:07:37
oh what an amazing thing! I love this!
kbrumfield
01:07:38
Oy with the crying!
Jerry White
01:07:47
Tear jerker!
Rafe
01:07:56
Yup!!
Cindy McKibben
01:07:58
I'm not crying, you are
Elizabeth Ross
01:08:19
FNSBSD showed this at back to school inservice :)
Dana
01:08:59
It never gets old…I love this.
Cindy McKibben
01:09:03
It's not the first time I've seen this, but I love it more with every viewing.
Gretchen
01:09:24
Those smiles!
rolindaford
01:09:47
What a difference this makes! Each was so surprised.
Jerry White
01:15:08
Nope.
Cindy McKibben
01:21:43
This is great
Doug Fisher
01:25:04
WOW, Kelley, sorry to hear that
Sabra Hoffman
01:27:17
Just realized that my settings changed to be only too panelists. Other people might want to double-check theirs.
Sabra Hoffman
01:27:26
To, not too.
Meredith
01:27:51
Clear instructions, but treats them like adults. Trusts them to accomplish clearly defined goals.
Cindy McKibben
01:28:03
can you repeat that please?
Billeen
01:28:06
metacognitive questions
Rafe
01:28:06
Holds them accountable
Michael Hendrix
01:28:10
Allowing an classroom of communication
KPBSDAdmin
01:28:12
Good instructions
Shannon Ryan
01:28:18
Acknowledging that there are different ways to do things and they are valid and worth sharing.
Ms Roust
01:28:26
I really noticed her prompting students to support one another. THAT is important.
e01493
01:28:30
promotes individual accountability within teams. Thinking is hard
Derek
01:28:32
Has them think about their own thinking, and giving them tools to use
Kellie Davidson
01:28:35
They feel valued
lisa.peterson
01:28:42
Respect for each other - relating to each other
KPBSDAdmin
01:28:43
Grouping
Dana
01:28:45
“Team” “support” “problem solving” “dilemma” “curious” “explained” “working together” “thinking is hard”. Her vocabulary supports student agency and empowers them to take risks in a safe environment.
Elizabeth Ross
01:28:46
It's wasn't just a wrong or right answer. There was lots of time spent explaining how they tried to solve the problem
f159265
01:28:49
acknowledging that thinking is hard
Maryjane
01:28:52
positive peer interactions
Cindy McKibben
01:28:53
respectful language, guiding norms for teams,
rebecca paul
01:28:56
students are empowered
Erin
01:28:59
She is building a community of learners...
f159265
01:28:59
She needs support
Billeen
01:29:00
I like how she shares her frustration with teaching. "I do math all the time so sometimes I get frustrated when..."
RaeEllen
01:29:04
I hear emphasis on work in group
Cindy Worley
01:29:10
She put herself in their shoes as a learner
kelley.harvey
01:29:10
Respect! It is okay to struggle and she is not making them feel bad
Cindy McKibben
01:29:11
multiple ways to begin responses
Sabra Hoffman
01:29:12
She gave them time to work through problems without advice-giving.
Katherine
01:29:12
a lot of positives: not telling them answers, demonstrating, explicit with instructions, recognized multiple ways to process, answer is not as important as the process...
Kellie Davidson
01:29:13
no directly negativity responses
Bonnie Goen
01:29:17
great responses
kbrumfield
01:29:17
Loved the shoe string example of how frustrating it is to teach things we understand so clearly. NICE perspective for sure.
Gretchen
01:29:46
Her approach is as if everyone is on the same team and working together. She uses words like, "dilemma" not wrong answer.
Amy Budge
01:30:21
I like how she showed respect in her voice tone.
Cindy McKibben
01:31:24
oh my gosh! This is great!
Dana
01:32:49
I know a teacher who uses Flipgrid for students to give each other feedback and it’s been really powerful to see them grow in how they speak to each other.
Dana
01:35:44
If you have ever gotten a personalized positive letter from an administrator about your child you know how powerful that can be. That’s awesome, Doug. Sounds like a wonderful school.
RaeEllen
01:36:06
love Chris Crutcher!!!!! he came to KPBSD a few years ago!
Karla Barkman
01:36:14
Love Chrysanthemum and Kevin Henkes!
Sabra Hoffman
01:36:30
“Gaston” is another awesome kids’ book for discussing agency and identity.
Karla Barkman
01:36:53
Agreed. Gaston is amazing!
KPBSDAdmin
01:36:54
I'll start by sharing this information with my staff.
pikete
01:37:09
Peer feedback results in greater gains and more sense of community - a confirmation
Amy Budge
01:37:14
I will start by suggesting we send home letters for 4's.
Denise
01:37:16
A confirmation that this is important to all of our learners!
Cindy McKibben
01:37:16
A surprise was the language the kindergartener was able to use in her peer feedback
e01493
01:37:22
I want to begin using the feedback table tent idea with my writing class
Ms Roust
01:37:29
A confirmation: making explicit and personal statements to students so they know they are important to me.
lisa.peterson
01:37:31
I start by reflecting on agency and identity and what d examine what it really means to my students
Elizabeth Ross
01:37:36
Sometimes the little things- like the letter- which may seem like we don't have time for- are really the big things that we need to be doing
Meredith
01:37:42
I'll start by looking into creating postcards to mail home.
RaeEllen
01:37:48
great idea for self feedback to develop oeer feedback
Carolyn Heflin
01:38:00
A surprise: SEL often feels like an overwhelming need, but it can start with simple steps.
Erin
01:38:01
I'll start by looking for this as travel to different schools. Really look for what is happening throughout the district.
Kellie Davidson
01:38:03
I was surprised by the listening skills the young kindergarten had when he was receiving feedback.
Katherine
01:38:11
We liked the handwritten notes. Also liked ways to encourage proper peer feedback.
Shannon Ryan
01:38:11
Confirmation: using self-assessment rubrics is beneficial no matter what the grade level.
Cindy Worley
01:38:16
A confirmation: making sure students know I see them
Billeen
01:38:18
We are going to incorporate SEL goals into our learning goal-setting process so that students and parents realize their value.
teacher
01:38:19
I have always done post cards to each student- Barb
Mellisa Nill
01:38:19
I'll start by making sure my face says what I want it to.
Joanna
01:38:19
A confirmation about how the little things we do or say to students really do impact them, even if we do not see it.
karenmcmillan
01:38:37
A great idea: I loved the idea of a handwritten note home. This is such a great way to celebrate hard work and effort from our students.
lorrie.scoles
01:38:47
I want to start sending positive feedback home to families. I used to do that. Great reminder.
Holly Davis
01:38:58
I know just the 2nd grader who will receive a positive letter telling about his accomplishments in math.
Heather Bogardus
01:38:58
The fine line between effective and ineffective feedback.
Shane McBurney
01:39:11
A great idea, creating a culture in the school where teachers and tell a student how important they are to them.
Dana
01:39:16
As a person who now works with adult learners, I think the positive feedback to adults is important too and paying attention to how I support them, so they can support the students.
rebecca paul
01:39:41
I'll start by using more words of encouragement daily.
Karla Barkman
01:40:07
Confirmation: Books are a powerful resource.
lisa.peterson
01:40:27
Dana, I agree 100%; we forget about adults who deal with children, sometimes
Dana
01:41:02
Thank you Lisa…it’s something I am working on.
RaeEllen
01:41:08
What about doing this (emotional check-in) with students with severe aces who are involved in long term therapy
Kellie Davidson
01:41:08
The PATHS program has kids place their feelings faces on their desks during the day to show their emotions if they want
lisa.peterson
01:42:11
Dana, we know that kids ARE NOT little adults, but in some ways adults ARE big kids.
Rafe
01:44:40
This is a big deal!!
Dana
01:45:40
I love that Lisa…also, I clearly recall when teachers came to my athletic events. It was a big deal.
Billeen
01:45:57
Oooh. I'm doing that.
Sabra Hoffman
01:46:46
One of my students, out for a multi-month suspension still in place from the end of last year, saw me a couple weeks ago. I greeted him by name, and seeing the smile on his face was like watching a sunrise. He said, “Miss Sabra, you’re the only one who remembers everyone’s names.” It struck me in that moment how important it is for kids (and grown-ups!) to be SEEN and KNOWN. (His comment might have made me cry a bit.) :)
Shane McBurney
01:48:11
I like the 2 X 10s, what a great way to make a positive connection with students.
Dana
01:50:00
You changed a life that day Sabra :)
Elizabeth Ross
01:51:42
I think it's important to not take it personally if a student start talking the first, second, third time you try. You need to keep being a presence
Elizabeth Ross
01:52:01
doesn't start talking
Denise N
01:53:03
Giving positive feedback to adults who also work with our students, such as classroom paraprofessionals, is also very powerful. As the classroom teacher, it helps you recognize how your attitudes and approaches impacts everyone.
Dana
01:53:13
QTip for sure…we are the adults. We need to have a “power with our students” not “power over them”.
KPBSDAdmin
01:53:51
THis reminds me of building assets in kids.
Denise N
01:54:34
Yes! Power with them and not over them. They need to know it's not a power struggle, that you are all in it together.
kelley.harvey
01:59:55
My favorite new language is asking my students (victims and offenders) is "how can we make this right"..
RaeEllen
02:00:27
What center were the cards from?
Billeen
02:03:24
Niiiiiiiiiiiice
Billeen
02:03:48
If I had a "rock on" emoji, I'd use it here.
Kellie Davidson
02:06:05
Cards are from the Institute for Restorative Practices
KPBSDAdmin
02:06:12
I will be looking over what we do and how we do it.
Kristen - BSSD
02:06:31
Those students who would benefit from the 2x10 talks
Gretchen
02:06:37
The 2 by 10 connectors
Amy Budge
02:06:37
I want to try the 2 10 and the cards.
Denise
02:06:38
the 2x10 would be so easy and a new way to target those kiddos that give us all a headache!
KPBSDAdmin
02:06:44
Makes me realize I need to do these with my staff as well. We are all human.
Rafe
02:06:45
2x10
Shannon Ryan
02:06:48
The 2 x 10 idea is great.
Maryjane
02:06:50
I am ordering the book because there were too many good ideas to absorb right now!
Katherine
02:06:50
Emotional checkins after lunch, seems that's when emotions are stronger.
Ms Roust
02:06:51
I will be speaking with my team about agency and identity and the power it holds. Would love to start a 2 by 10, too.
gabrielle.testerman
02:06:51
What can I do to foster Public Spirit in the classroom?
rolindaford
02:06:52
2 x 10
RaeEllen
02:06:56
Teaching what means to repair, restore make amends
e01493
02:06:57
Talk to my students about how important they are in my life
kelley.harvey
02:06:59
I want us to revisit the 2X10 idea. We have discussed it before but we have never really put it inot action
Granger
02:06:59
the structure of feedback for effectiveness
Katherine
02:07:00
2x10's!
Meredith
02:07:03
Asking students for feedback on what they think would help them better connect to adults in our building.
Billeen
02:07:05
I like the idea of expanding our SEL curriculum to include "civil civics" and "debate day."
Joanna
02:07:05
more public spirit ideas
Kellie Davidson
02:07:10
I like the debate format
rebecca.stankee
02:07:14
2x10s
Katherine
02:07:19
Restorative with student involvement
Carolyn Heflin
02:07:27
Implementing small, but intentional, SEL strategies systemically in our schools.
Shannon Ryan
02:07:31
Making sure students know their voices matter and they matter.
rebecca paul
02:07:31
Kagan has a similar idea of 2x10 called side by side chats in their Win-Win Discipline trainings.
Cindy Worley
02:07:31
2 x 10's
Ron Koczaja
02:07:34
Peer Tutoring in math class.
gabrielle.testerman
02:07:40
What could this look like in the Middle School? Public Spirit?
Jerry White
02:08:03
Thank you GCI for providing a poor internet experience. Much of this webinar was broken up.
Derek
02:08:05
Remember to share more positive feedbacks for the students, and the parents I work with
f206009- Gretchen Nelson and Arctic Light Staff
02:08:08
I’m going to research ideas for reparations after consequences for actions.
Erin
02:08:14
I think I will share the 2X10 in some schools where it could really make a difference.
lisa.peterson
02:08:19
People need to be more knowledgable about restorative practices- it seems some people only know half of the process
Ron Koczaja
02:08:20
Peer tutoring builds public spirit in class.
Elizabeth Ross
02:08:26
I like identifying our 10%ers and working as a school to build relationships with them.
RaeEllen
02:08:30
Exploring what doing to help 10%
Shane McBurney
02:08:31
I will create a cultivate a positive connection (2 x 10) with a student(s) I am struggling with.
gabrielle.testerman
02:08:32
We have started some of these, however, what we find is that students are too embarrassed to speak
pikete
02:08:40
Create more opportunities for kids to work out their difficulties - re-introduce the Peace Rug, observing the facial expressions and body language of their peers, and I love the ideal of : take care of yourself, take care of each other, take care of this place...
Dana
02:08:40
The use of questioning and the I statements are powerful to facilitate conversation in a non confrontational manner.
kbrumfield
02:08:51
This was super, thank you!
Amy Budge
02:08:53
Thanks Dough
rebecca.stankee
02:09:14
Thank you DOugh!
Melissa Crane
02:09:21
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sheila.keller
02:09:42
Thank you, Doug for listening to and engaging the participants. I felt valued. Good modeling!
RaeEllen
02:09:57
credit link?
Derek
02:10:08
Powerful stuff, thanks
Melissa Crane
02:10:13
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