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Book Beat Live! Uncovering Student Ideas with Formative Assessment Probes, 12/15/2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
NSTA Tech Support Adam Taylor
01:08:55
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Kathy Renfrew
01:09:10
Hello Page!
Katherine Prammer
01:09:30
I have all the books
Kathy Renfrew
01:09:31
Very familiar!
Chris DeNuzzio
01:09:40
Use them a lot !
A. Porter
01:09:42
heard of it
Thomas David Akpa
01:09:43
Not familiar
A. Porter
01:09:49
2
Riley (he/him)
01:09:49
newbie here. Zero
Andrea Ramirez
01:09:50
4
Kathy Renfrew
01:09:50
5
Jianna Walters
01:09:50
0
Judie Beccaro
01:09:50
5
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:09:50
Very familiar and love them - 5****
bkelly
01:09:51
0
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:09:52
I love them all!
Tori F.
01:09:52
1
Meredith Foley
01:09:52
0
Kristine Shumaker
01:09:54
4
Thomas David Akpa
01:09:54
0
Chris DeNuzzio
01:09:54
4
Sephali Thakkar
01:09:55
5 - Love them, use them, advocate for them! :)
NSTA Tech Support Adam Taylor
01:09:55
3
Disharoon, Kathryn
01:09:55
3
Lynda Caporellie
01:09:55
0
Katherine Prammer
01:09:55
5
Dasi Price
01:09:55
2
Ian Baines
01:09:55
3
Hannah
01:09:56
4
Peggy Ashbrook (she/her)
01:09:56
3.5
Jeanine Huss she,her, hers
01:09:56
I use them a lot with my preservice teachers! 4
Nikki Jones
01:09:56
0
annyvanegas
01:09:56
3
Christine Depatie
01:09:56
4
Lindsay Harrington
01:09:57
1
Patrick Bertollo
01:09:58
3
Janet Benefield
01:09:58
0
Susan Cooper
01:09:58
5
Gail Schmidt Hardman
01:09:58
4
Aylia Kellam
01:09:58
0
Kim McMillan
01:09:59
2
Brenda Breil (she/her/hers)
01:09:59
1
Kathy Kennedy
01:09:59
5 - extensive!
Laurie
01:09:59
2
Adrian Hebard
01:10:01
3
JL
01:10:01
4
Alan Ascher
01:10:02
4
Tricia Dunlap
01:10:03
4
eder sosa
01:10:06
3
Bob Gilmore (He, Him, His)
01:10:07
4.99999
Joyce Tugel
01:10:07
5!
Kim Alvin’s iPhone
01:10:11
5
OAA Science and Technology
01:10:11
I purchased the books for all K-5 schools in my district.
Eugenia Johnson-Whitt
01:10:14
0
OAA Science and Technology
01:10:17
4
Devin Franklin
01:10:18
3
Zahra Firouzi
01:10:22
0
Gregory MacDougall
01:10:48
5
Kim Alvin’s iPhone
01:10:50
I have the book of Earth and Envi !
Gary Nakagiri
01:10:57
3 used with teachers in workshops/institutes
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:12:05
Tonight's collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/ir!plus!sG!plus!CSMtg_E
Jared & Wanda Robinson
01:14:00
Good evening
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:16:35
Tonight's collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/ir!plus!sG!plus!CSMtg_E
Andrea Ramirez
01:18:23
Describe your thinking.
Peggy Ashbrook (she/her)
01:18:35
Not one right answer
Tricia Dunlap
01:18:36
Describe your thinking is essential
OAA Science and Technology
01:18:37
Students get to truly describe their thinking.
Sephali Thakkar
01:18:38
It gives every student an entry point and an opportunity to share their thinking.
Pamela Lauer
01:18:40
Visual and written
Kathy Renfrew
01:18:42
Asking for student thinking!
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:18:42
They are answers that many students would be choosing….
Kathy Kennedy
01:18:50
The content is likely familiar to our students - so they will have an idea of how to answer it
Wanda Robinson
01:18:51
The picture supports the questions
heather griffith
01:18:52
It allows the opportunity for many options to share an answer
Kathy Renfrew
01:18:56
isuals
Lindsay Harrington
01:18:56
It asks them to explain their thinking instead of just circling an answer
Jeanine Huss she,her, hers
01:18:57
I like that students have a choice
Jennifer
01:19:00
It’s not about one right answer. It’s to help you see a student’s thinking.
Eugenia Johnson-Whitt
01:19:02
Visual......as noted by student answers...
Kathy Renfrew
01:19:04
Visuals
Kim Alvin’s iPhone
01:19:12
Explaining as questioning
Ian Baines
01:19:28
Choices that link with previous experience
Kim Estes
01:19:32
It opens up a conversation.
Bob Gilmore (He, Him, His)
01:20:07
Common misconceptions included as choices
OAA Science and Technology
01:20:13
You are able to see immediately who has prior knowledge
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:21:25
I had a really smart student in 6th grade who kept choosing G. Finally had to get the models out to show water in different phases - gas, liquid, and solid water.
Lindsay Harrington
01:24:19
I used a friendly talk probe yesterday!
Brenda Breil (she/her/hers)
01:24:29
What makes a justified list a justified list?
Brenda Breil (she/her/hers)
01:28:58
thank you
Amanda Piersa
01:29:25
I came in a little late- will your presentation be shared or posted later?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:29:40
you will get the recording via email
Jeanine Huss she,her, hers
01:35:05
Love her t-shirt!
Barbara Blackie
01:37:46
moving is a theme here!
Kathy Kennedy
01:37:46
Just like my K students! Moving is the most common justification given
Page Keeley
01:37:50
Just checking- can you all hear the video?
Sephali Thakkar
01:37:51
She clearly is making connections to her experiences...even in her current understanding, she is articulating reasoning.
Amanda Piersa
01:38:07
She believes that motion and movement is a way of justifying something being alive
Amanda Piersa
01:38:11
She is so cute!!!
Barbara Blackie
01:38:35
rivers are alive - personhood for rivers!
OAA Science and Technology
01:38:57
She has her reasoning, which is adorable.
Page Keeley
01:39:18
She didn’t know what the word evidence meant!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:40:05
so funny
Barbara Blackie
01:40:13
love it!
Kathy Renfrew
01:40:15
How precious! definitely caught the cuteness.
Wanda Robinson
01:40:31
I love how she is relating the actions/movement of living/nonliving things do decide on her answers. Her thought processes are so evident in her movement.
Amanda Piersa
01:43:14
I wonder how they would come up with a way to move forward and giving students the idea that fire and clouds are moving but not living.
Amanda Piersa
01:44:46
metal and glass
Amanda Piersa
01:45:04
2 of them- metal and glass. based on conduction?
A. Porter
01:45:11
all four same because of the room temp
Kathy Kennedy
01:45:14
Hat warmer - because it keeps you warm
Sephali Thakkar
01:45:14
Metal & Glass
Eugenia Johnson-Whitt
01:45:17
glass & metal...
Jeanine Huss she,her, hers
01:45:25
I would think young kids will say hats are the warmest because I wear them to stay warm.
Meredith Foley
01:45:26
They determine temperature based on how they feel when touched
kathy
01:45:27
I think many will say hat is warmer than the other
Bob Gilmore (He, Him, His)
01:45:28
Hat is warmest, metal is cold
Brenda Breil (she/her/hers)
01:45:42
7th grade students touched the “wood” table top and touched the metal table leg and all said the metal leg was colder.
Thomas David Akpa
01:45:57
Plate, because its a good conductor
Wanda Robinson
01:47:05
My students would think that the materials would determine the temperature.
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:47:23
Where or how do you see the formative probes integrating with the 5 E strategy?
Wanda Robinson
01:47:39
They would also want to test their hypothesis.
Lynda Caporellie
01:55:24
Which book is the scientific method probe in?
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:55:45
Thank you!!
Katherine Prammer
01:56:20
Can you supply a diagram to replace the outdated scientific method poster
Lynda Caporellie
01:56:55
Thank you!!! My teachers struggle with this!
NSTA Tech Support Adam Taylor
02:02:52
I really feel this would still work in high school too
Lynda Caporellie
02:06:49
Technically if the soup is in the room then the total heat will not change
Brenda Breil (she/her/hers)
02:06:50
CCC: scale, proportion, quantity
Wanda Robinson
02:11:31
I have one class of students who have processing issues. Their short-term and long-term memory processing is very limited. I will definitely try these teaching methods.
Peggy Ashbrook (she/her)
02:11:55
Page, what was your progression in thinking as you came up with the idea of writing these probes? Did you use them yourself for years first?
Brenda Breil (she/her/hers)
02:12:04
That was great!
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
02:12:15
Thank you Page. As always just awesome!!
Barbara Blackie
02:12:21
Thanks!
Amanda Piersa
02:12:28
Thank you!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:12:30
Thank You Page!
Wanda Robinson
02:12:34
Thank you!
Judy
02:12:34
Thanks so much!
Kathy Kennedy
02:12:37
Thanks for such an informative session!!
Thomas David Akpa
02:12:37
👏
jathomas
02:12:38
Great ideas!...thanks
Akhtar Hussain
02:12:39
thank you.
Eugenia Johnson-Whitt
02:12:42
thank you....happy holiday!
Jeanine Huss she,her, hers
02:12:44
So informative
Louise
02:12:49
Thank you!
Chris DeNuzzio
02:12:52
Thanks so much!
Susan Cooper
02:12:57
Thanks, Page! Good to see you and of course I learned something new.
Patrick Bertollo
02:12:59
Thank you! Big fan! This was wonderful!
Lynda Caporellie
02:13:01
Thank you!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:13:02
https://my.nsta.org/collection/ir!plus!sG!plus!CSMtg_E
Laurie
02:13:04
Thank you! Some interesting ideas to ponder
Katherine Prammer
02:13:07
Can the probes not only be put in Google classroom , but also also in Moodle, which is a open source LMS?
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:13:11
Thank you!
Zahra Firouzi
02:13:19
Thank you!
Ian Baines
02:13:23
Interactive opportunities taken from these books will support the learning of your students (challenges with short term and long term memory) as I have used them with my students of same population.
Sean Peters
02:13:47
awesome!
annyvanegas
02:13:52
Thank you!
kathy
02:13:54
Thanks!
Adrian Hebard
02:14:18
A number of years ago, Page introduced me to the Crooked Swing Problem from the Konicek-Moran series. I have used this a number of times.
Bob Gilmore (He, Him, His)
02:14:28
Thank you, Page! Thanks for the support NSTA Team!