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Begin with the Brain Part 5 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sheila Nyquest
33:09
Are you all hearing each other?
Melissa Crane
33:50
yes we can hear each other. can you hear anything?
Jennifer Eubank
34:13
yes
Ginger H
34:15
Hello from Fairbanks!
Melissa Crane
34:34
can you see the powerpoint and just not Martha?
Catherine O'Neil
34:48
Cathy - Here from Tok
Carol Luce Wright
34:53
hello from Willow Elementary
Carrie
34:55
Hi from Seward
AdriAnna
37:08
Sorry for being late .
Jennifer Eubank
37:38
A new stressor: An involuntary transfer!
AdriAnna
38:06
I just found out I've got my third new student in two weeks.
petersonj
40:00
just got computer working.
mary
47:00
having time to enjoy hobbies and time with family
Catherine O'Neil
47:57
++Sports, family, friends
Catherine O'Neil
48:13
-public speaking, cleaning, chores
Sheri Pahkamaa
48:44
+ spending time with friends from out of town
Cindy McKibben
48:46
+ friendships, reading, music, art
Kimberly Nudi
48:46
+Time with friends, praise, success.
Lorrie Scoles
48:47
praise
Louise Kern
48:48
+ Praise
Barb Whiteman
48:49
Barb Whiteman: Parent approval, sense of completion and progress as positives. Avoided like the plague team sports, shopping, one brother, washing hair
Lisa Andriesen
48:50
having friends
f366139
48:50
+spending time with friends I could trust
Lisa Andriesen
48:54
avoid new weird foods
Kimberly Nudi
48:57
-failure, getting in trouble
Mick Wykis
48:58
As a child, motivated by playing outside. Avoid any of my assigned chores
Alexis
48:58
sports, time with friends
Jennifer Eubank
48:59
+ Being crafty (making things: woodshed, painting, sewing)
f366139
49:00
-public speaking
Carrie
49:00
+Friends, being outside, swimming
Patti Lloyd
49:01
Money used to motivate me.
Sheila Nyquest
49:01
running, art, spending time with family and friends +
Cindy McKibben
49:02
- schoolwork, chores
grey-levine_karen
49:02
Praise+
AdriAnna
49:03
+ praise, compliments, independence of activity--- shamed, rejected,
Rod Lloyd
49:07
Sports motivated me, avoided formal learning when possible
Lisa Andriesen
49:09
avoid being embarrassed
mary
49:12
my answer is the same for childhood
Barbara DuBois
49:13
reading and friends. Avoided math!
f366139
49:14
Good quality music +
Jennifer Bleicher
49:14
hands on activities
Carrie
49:15
-Running, speaking in front of groups
kathleen
49:17
+social capital
grey-levine_karen
49:18
Public Speaking -
Sheri Pahkamaa
49:21
- being made fun of
Patti Lloyd
49:21
Always have avoided exercise :-)
Allison
49:22
As a child +playing outside, reading, biking and -some chores, speaking out in class
Ginger H
49:24
+sense of accomplishment
Jennifer Eubank
49:26
Being with friends
Krista K. Smith
49:26
Avoided speaking in front of others
Jennifer Eubank
49:31
Being outside
f366139
49:33
-onions that were visible
wright
49:33
+sports, writing, books, music, travel - boredom, stupidity
Mick Wykis
49:36
Avoided picking dandelions, my job
Jennifer Eubank
49:41
reading
Carol Luce Wright
49:46
family, grades were pluses. upsetting others was a minus
Eliza Warmack
49:47
+being on stage
Ginger H
49:49
- avoid doing work that is sedentary and repetitive
Eliza Warmack
50:34
does love fit on there somewhere?
Eliza Warmack
51:01
oh I see it
kathleen
51:12
-repetition
Jerry White
52:44
Jerry from Bethel is here.
Cindy McKibben
53:57
fun, freedom
Kimberly Nudi
54:01
Fun, freedom
Jennifer Eubank
54:01
Freedom, fun
Eliza Warmack
54:01
fun freedom and power
Krista K. Smith
54:02
Fun!
mary
54:02
fun and freedom
Alexis
54:03
Freedom, power, fun
AdriAnna
54:04
Fun
Shilo
54:07
Power, fun , freedon
Sheri Pahkamaa
54:07
Fun, love and belonging
Allison
54:08
fun, freedom
Jennifer Bleicher
54:11
fun and freedom
kathleen
54:11
There is some level of power
petersonj
54:12
freedom and fun
Jennifer Eubank
54:13
where is exploration?
Mick Wykis
54:14
fun and freedom, power
Barb Whiteman
54:16
Barb Whiteman: Do the unexpected.
Barbara DuBois
54:17
exploration, fun
Ginger H
54:25
Freedom and fun
Louise Kern
54:36
Fun exploration/curiosity
Eliza Warmack
55:06
we would have been good friends
Mellissa Mayse
55:10
Sorry I'm late. I had end of the day duties.
kathleen
55:31
I think I am a Martha
Cindy McKibben
56:30
power, freedom
Carol Luce Wright
56:31
love and belonging
Patti Lloyd
56:32
Freedom
Jennifer Eubank
56:34
Love and belonging
Sheri Pahkamaa
56:34
Power
Jerry White
56:34
Love and belonging
Catherine O'Neil
56:36
Love & Belonging, Fun, Freedom
Krista K. Smith
56:38
freedom, love
kathleen
56:39
power and freedom
Kimberly Nudi
56:42
power, love, fredom
Eliza Warmack
56:42
freedom love and power
Amy Ballard
56:43
love and belonging
mary
56:43
power
Allison
56:44
love & belonging, fun, freedom
Ginger H
56:45
Love and belonging and power
Barb Whiteman
56:52
Barb Whiteman: freedom and power
Barbara DuBois
56:54
fun, freedom, love and belonging
Mick Wykis
56:59
fun, freedom, loved
janarose.odenheimer
57:03
love and belonging
Sheila Nyquest
57:09
love, freedom, fun, power
Louise Kern
57:23
be loved / achievement/
Sheila Nyquest
57:31
freedom
Jennifer Eubank
57:35
fun and freedom
Catherine O'Neil
57:36
Fun, Freedom, Love & Belonging
Sheri Pahkamaa
57:38
Love and belonging
Mellissa Mayse
57:40
love, fun
Kimberly Nudi
57:41
Love, power, fun
Barbara DuBois
57:41
friendship, fun
Krista K. Smith
57:42
Fun and love
Barb Whiteman
57:46
Barb Whiteman: Freedom and fun where strong motivators for myself.
AdriAnna
57:46
Love, power, and freedome
wright
57:47
fun
Rod Lloyd
57:49
Laughter and choices
Lisa Andriesen
57:52
fun
Allison
57:53
love & belonging, fun, power
grey-levine_karen
57:53
love, fun, freedom
Ginger H
57:53
Success Fun and freedom
Lorrie Scoles
57:54
Choices, independence
Mick Wykis
57:54
fun, food, freedom
Patti Lloyd
57:56
Food and warmth
Jerry White
58:00
Survival, love &belonging, fun
Louise Kern
58:02
Relaxation / freedom
kathleen
58:06
Love and belonging, power, freedom
f366139
58:37
Love, belonging, freedom, fun
kathleen
01:00:44
Engaging Children by Elin Oliver Keene is a great resource
Kimberly Nudi
01:03:51
need to use choice more
AdriAnna
01:03:52
More collaboration
Rod Lloyd
01:03:53
competition and movement
Amy Ballard
01:04:02
collaborative
Carrie
01:04:03
Choice and collaboration
Emily Dinges
01:04:04
I use choosing partners.
Lorrie Scoles
01:04:06
more freedom to move around
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:04:08
Emotional high - self-pride
Kimberly Nudi
01:04:08
And I could include more kinesthetic activiites
Amy Ballard
01:04:09
emotional high
Catherine O'Neil
01:04:09
Using technology, rewards
Mick Wykis
01:04:10
collaboration, choice, kinesthetic
Sheila Nyquest
01:04:11
More freedom - choices
Carol Luce Wright
01:04:15
technology, self-regulation are things that help with my students
Rod Lloyd
01:04:17
I think that I need to add more technology
Barbara DuBois
01:04:19
kinesthetic, humor
Cindy McKibben
01:04:22
need to work on Emotional high with adults
janarose.odenheimer
01:04:25
Humor, collaboration, challenge, emotional
mary
01:04:26
movement and peer interaction. need more choice
Barb Whiteman
01:04:27
Barb Whiteman: I use challenge- we have team competitions from our work. Our students feel very comfortable working in groups.
Jerry White
01:04:27
Technology, recognition, collaboration
Allison
01:04:31
more recognition
grey-levine_karen
01:04:35
I could include more opportunities to move around (Kinesthetic)
Alexis
01:04:54
Choice, Kinestetic, Collaboration
Sheila Nyquest
01:04:55
all busy
Mellissa Mayse
01:04:57
on task
grey-levine_karen
01:05:00
heads together; laughter
Jerry White
01:05:00
My classroom get dead quiet.
Emily Dinges
01:05:05
On task.
Carrie
01:05:05
Students on task
Rod Lloyd
01:05:06
Active on a project
kbrumfield
01:05:06
eye contact
AdriAnna
01:05:06
on task
Lisa Andriesen
01:05:09
“Wow that class went by fast!"
Lorrie Scoles
01:05:10
They are talking together
carrie.hughes
01:05:10
noisy
Ginger H
01:05:11
Students are actively processing the info through sharing their understand with others
Barb Whiteman
01:05:11
Barb Whiteman: Students are sharing with one another- pairs or groups.
Catherine O'Neil
01:05:12
students working together
Eliza Warmack
01:05:13
loud but busy
Krista K. Smith
01:05:15
students talking about what’s going on
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:05:19
They are looking at the task and not out the window!
Barbara DuBois
01:05:19
absorbed in thr materials
Carol Luce Wright
01:05:20
asking questions that show they are thinking about what we are talking about
Patti Lloyd
01:05:22
They are talking
mary
01:05:23
participation
Allison
01:05:23
students actively working (tracking, talking, writing)
f366139
01:05:29
Authentic participation
Alexis
01:05:29
Organized chaos
Barbara DuBois
01:05:33
absorbed, quiet,
Louise Kern
01:05:36
Students are working on projects, some alone and some conversing.
janarose.odenheimer
01:05:47
Kids are asking more in depth questions
Amy Ballard
01:05:48
A discussion I've had with a colleague in the past is the question of whether the student is authentically engage or ritual engagement
wright
01:05:49
depends on the task. Generally I’m not in front of the class; learning is student directed and we lose track of time.
Sheila Nyquest
01:05:53
students engaged and asking each other questions
Mick Wykis
01:06:02
laughing, talking to each other about the subject
Marisa Frey
01:06:06
I agree with organized chaos or lovable chaos :)
Eliza Warmack
01:06:37
authentic vs ritual engagement was an interesting comment
MH3
01:07:32
I see mostly a sincere willingness, not necessarily excitement or sense of adventure from the students I work with.
MH3
01:08:44
in the "groove" or in the "curl"
Krista K. Smith
01:12:18
sewing
Mick Wykis
01:12:21
writing or drawing
Cindy McKibben
01:12:21
reading
Jennifer Eubank
01:12:23
Quilting
Ginger H
01:12:24
Interesting, challenging, active
Amy Ballard
01:12:26
socializing
Catherine O'Neil
01:12:27
crafts, reading
Lorrie Scoles
01:12:28
Crafts, sewing, music
kathleen
01:12:28
Reading
Barb Whiteman
01:12:29
Barb Whiteman: hiking in the forests, fishing, gardening, sewing. These all give me immediate satisfaction and something to show for my efforts.
Eliza Warmack
01:12:32
dancing
Allison
01:12:36
crafting, reading, baking
kathleen
01:12:38
cooking
Emily Dinges
01:12:38
Working with my dogs (agility, obedience, etc.)
Sheila Nyquest
01:12:38
exercise - long runs or walks - time to process - think - cleaning -
janarose.odenheimer
01:12:38
Socializing
AdriAnna
01:12:40
Hiking, cooking, reading
Jerry White
01:12:41
Exploring new waters and trails.
Francis
01:12:42
walking, being outside
Mellissa Mayse
01:12:43
technology
Alexis
01:12:46
cleaning, crafting, hiking
Kimberly Nudi
01:12:48
hiking or walking with friends
Louise Kern
01:12:50
Painting or drawing, reading,
grey-levine_karen
01:12:51
hiking
mary
01:12:52
cooking and music
Catherine O'Neil
01:13:02
games
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:13:04
YOGA and Meditating!!!
Francis
01:13:06
drawing
Mellissa Mayse
01:13:07
dancing
Patti Lloyd
01:13:20
Reading
Sheila Nyquest
01:13:30
exploring
Sheila Nyquest
01:13:37
make r space
kathleen
01:13:40
I think reading if we can get the right book in the right kids hands
Jerry White
01:18:00
I agree.
kathleen
01:29:31
Like a slot machine?
MH3
01:29:57
That visual explains the interest in gambling, agreed!
kathleen
01:30:34
goes back to the novelty idea too
Marisa Frey
01:31:25
or bidding on ebay
Jerry White
01:32:27
I love exploring, because it’s never done.
Sheila Nyquest
01:33:08
Dougs Science - He asks questions and then stops and has them make guesses. My kids love this waiting for the answer.
Jennifer Eubank
01:33:19
Hiking in the summer
Catherine O'Neil
01:33:20
puzzles
Jpeterson
01:33:20
music
MH3
01:33:22
A competition with my sisters!
Alexis
01:33:24
whats over the next ridge, or around the next turn when I'm hiking
Eliza Warmack
01:33:25
music
Ginger H
01:33:27
Being able to acquire a new skill
rknight
01:33:28
planning my garden for next spring
Barb Whiteman
01:33:30
Barb Whiteman: Planning a quilt pattern and colors I will be using.
Louise Kern
01:33:32
Getting ready for an event
Andrea Colvin
01:33:37
Checking the mail for packages
Jennifer Eubank
01:33:39
gardening
Ginger H
01:33:39
designing my new kitchen
Emily Dinges
01:33:41
Seeing that lightbulb go off in my dogs (and my students).
Mick Wykis
01:33:41
Collaborative problem solving with colleagues
Shilo
01:33:42
A good book....not knowing what is going to happen until the end.
AdriAnna
01:33:43
Logistics
Jennifer Bleicher
01:33:45
running
Kimberly Nudi
01:33:47
Online shopping
kathleen
01:33:48
Even planning a dinner at a new resturants
MH3
01:33:48
Organizing
Allison
01:33:48
Planning a new art project for the students, planning a new sewing project
Barbara DuBois
01:33:52
planning a hiking trip
f366139
01:33:54
purchasing all the items needed for a new travel trailer
Sheila Nyquest
01:33:55
spreading projects out
Patti Lloyd
01:33:55
Planning for retirement
Lorrie Scoles
01:33:59
planning a new sewing project
Kimberly Nudi
01:34:01
planning girls trips
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:34:10
Getting ready to camp or garden
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:38:25
Great video!!!
MH3
01:39:02
Game of Thrones theme song
Mellissa Mayse
01:39:05
puppies
Catherine O'Neil
01:39:08
dog barking,
AdriAnna
01:39:09
Don't Starve OST
wright
01:39:09
a new book from a favorite author
Sheila Nyquest
01:39:10
drums
Amy Ballard
01:39:10
ditto
Barbara DuBois
01:39:11
s crying baby
grey-levine_karen
01:39:12
squealing breaks
Jennifer Eubank
01:39:13
Visually: new quilt pattern
Francis
01:39:13
sports
Alexis
01:39:21
my kids laughter
Krista K. Smith
01:39:24
Loud trucks
Carrie
01:39:24
ocean waves
Jennifer Bleicher
01:39:25
event
kathleen
01:39:33
My daughters voices
Barb Whiteman
01:39:34
Barb Whiteman: Being in the forests
f366139
01:39:35
hearing a beep on my phone to indicate my daughter posted more granddaughter pictures.
Ginger H
01:39:39
Netflix sound
Allison
01:39:48
visually- an example for the new painting class or ceramics class coming up
Kimberly Nudi
01:39:50
Front door opening
grey-levine_karen
01:40:03
fire alarms
Louise Kern
01:40:06
A new project idea
Catherine O'Neil
01:40:07
As a child, my brothers were totally into the Batman theme song.
Alexis
01:40:08
my doorbell
Kimberly Nudi
01:40:08
mail delivery during Christmas season
wright
01:40:09
my voice :))
Andrea Colvin
01:40:09
Wheeling the tv into the classroom (1900s)
Patti Lloyd
01:40:10
I don’t know who is more excited when I come home - me or my dogs - to see each other!!
Krista K. Smith
01:40:11
chime
AdriAnna
01:40:11
My Tibetan singing bowl
Emily Dinges
01:40:13
Snack is over - alarm
f366139
01:40:15
Seeing a ball in front of the room - expectation that there’s a game included
Andrea Colvin
01:40:17
1990s*
Barb Whiteman
01:40:19
Barb Whiteman: Fast moving objects, unusual colors
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:40:19
My cell phone going off....
wright
01:40:21
a clap signal we use for attention
Sheila Nyquest
01:40:28
music at transitions
Allison
01:40:30
The bell, my spy music
Jennifer Eubank
01:40:32
visually: teacher raising hand
Sheila Nyquest
01:40:48
instruments
Mick Wykis
01:40:48
Bell, fire alarm,
kathleen
01:40:54
Me heading to my read aloud chair
Louise Kern
01:41:05
Chimes from my timer to signal clean up
Catherine O'Neil
01:41:18
timers
Marisa Frey
01:41:25
I wear a crown :)
Mick Wykis
01:41:37
Teacher's physical position in the classroom
Alexis
01:41:38
my art bucket on my table
rknight
01:41:51
computer time
Kimberly Nudi
01:42:08
First then board and students get to choose what they get to do once they complete the first task.
Jerry White
01:44:55
That’s why the Army routinely trains soldiers under high stress situations.
rknight
01:47:34
Technology
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:47:36
Technology
Jennifer Eubank
01:48:09
Being with friends
Jennifer Eubank
01:48:14
playing.
Barbara DuBois
01:48:19
Music, anything phone related, sports, Avoidance:extensive writing
AdriAnna
01:48:21
My first graders all look forward to the next fart and poop joke....
Mellissa Mayse
01:48:22
game time
Louise Kern
01:48:22
Group work/ using computers in their work/
MH3
01:48:24
games friends
Mellissa Mayse
01:48:24
dance break
Amy Ballard
01:48:24
friends
Andrea Colvin
01:48:25
Dog Man books
Ginger H
01:48:27
Motivator - Freetime to browse social media
Alexis
01:48:28
choice, working with friends, technology
Jennifer Bleicher
01:48:28
technology
rknight
01:48:29
hanging with friends
Coral Noble
01:48:30
very mature 17+ video games
Catherine O'Neil
01:48:31
computers, ipads,
kh07353
01:48:31
cell phones, games, athletics
Krista K. Smith
01:48:32
choice
Kimberly Nudi
01:48:32
+fun, games, movement, choice
Sheila Nyquest
01:48:33
connecting with others
Barb Whiteman
01:48:33
Barb Whiteman: motivators: sports, watching films, working on computers, safety in the classroom
Rod Lloyd
01:48:33
Games
Allison
01:48:34
Choice, technology, friends (interaction with)
kathleen
01:48:35
+novelty
grey-levine_karen
01:48:35
Creating with technology
Francis
01:48:36
technology
Mick Wykis
01:48:37
novelty, competition, tech
Patti Lloyd
01:48:38
Dance breaks definitely
wright
01:48:38
free time
Jennifer Eubank
01:48:38
Cat Underpants
Emily Dinges
01:48:39
Will work for food (especially candy). Privileges such as extra recess, free time, etc.
Kimberly Nudi
01:48:39
Technology
Shilo
01:48:43
tech, movement, hands on
Rod Lloyd
01:48:44
Playing games
Louise Kern
01:48:45
Using their devices (phones) to look up information
Kimberly Nudi
01:48:45
candy
wright
01:48:49
socializing with friends
f366139
01:48:49
hands on activity, games, playing, reward
AdriAnna
01:48:49
Technology, stuffed toys, the treasure box
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:48:51
They avoid anything that they have to spend any time thinking about or working through. They want the answers given to them so that they can move on (results of parents taking over the controller and not making the kids problem solve in the video games!)
Rod Lloyd
01:48:51
Food
Jennifer Eubank
01:48:55
utube
Sheila Nyquest
01:48:56
freetime and choices
Francis
01:49:01
fun, interesting
wright
01:49:02
laughter
Kimberly Nudi
01:49:07
work
Louise Kern
01:49:07
Food or treats
kathleen
01:49:10
Wrighting
Mellissa Mayse
01:49:13
writing
wright
01:49:14
learning to write correctly
kathleen
01:49:14
writing
MH3
01:49:15
clean up, spelling practic
Jennifer Eubank
01:49:16
writing
Andrea Colvin
01:49:17
computer math tests
Barbara DuBois
01:49:18
writing, text books
Alexis
01:49:18
worksheets, public speaking
kh07353
01:49:19
writing, math, studying, picking up after themselves
Francis
01:49:20
takes a long time
Ginger H
01:49:21
Busy work - having to read in a group
rknight
01:49:21
writing
Kimberly Nudi
01:49:21
Table work
MH3
01:49:21
practice
Sheila Nyquest
01:49:21
long assignments - paperwork
Patti Lloyd
01:49:21
Lawrence Welk Christmas music
carrie.hughes
01:49:25
public speaking
wright
01:49:29
cleaning up after themselves
Ginger H
01:49:29
Powerpoints
Rod Lloyd
01:49:30
Things that bring attention to them if they struggle
Mick Wykis
01:49:31
lectures, writing,
Shilo
01:49:34
pen/paper work, reading, higher order thinking
Sheila Nyquest
01:49:36
sitting for long periods of time
grey-levine_karen
01:49:38
Lectures, public speaking
Allison
01:49:42
writing, anything that does not come easily to them
wright
01:49:45
sitting still for a long time
Louise Kern
01:49:49
Essays/ math homework/
kathleen
01:49:55
Things they feel they may fail at
f366139
01:50:03
sitting still
wright
01:50:13
anything that takes more than a minute to figure out.
MH3
01:50:26
doing homework
Patti Lloyd
01:50:48
Anything where they are singled out
MH3
01:52:44
Even 4th graders are writing "I like" notes!
MH3
01:53:42
music, movement
Andrea Colvin
01:53:45
Movement/activity
Krista K. Smith
01:53:45
movement activity
Amy Ballard
01:53:47
pop culture
kh07353
01:53:49
Fun in science!
Catherine O'Neil
01:53:49
Fun/laughter/play
Shilo
01:53:52
fun , laughter play
Allison
01:53:52
Movement/activity
Sheila Nyquest
01:53:56
fun, laughter, play, movement
Jerry White
01:53:56
Fun laughter play
f366139
01:53:58
Technology in student’s hands
Barbara DuBois
01:53:59
laughter, music, movement
grey-levine_karen
01:54:00
I think I could include more pop culture
Barb Whiteman
01:54:00
Barb Whiteman: I would incorporate pop culture for my kiddos.
Mick Wykis
01:54:08
Movement
Ginger H
01:54:10
Movement - sitting with friends
carrie.hughes
01:54:10
Fun/music
Louise Kern
01:54:11
Prestige…showing off their projects.
kathleen
01:54:13
Pace of activity
rknight
01:54:20
We already use lots of technology, but having them use it collaboratively would be good.
Alexis
01:54:40
technology
kathleen
01:54:58
bite size chunks
Jerry White
01:55:43
I just added Mickey Mouse as the face of my Apple Watch. That made me happy.
kh07353
02:00:30
So true!
kathleen
02:00:42
We love that guy
wright
02:01:34
Wow. I think there are M
Louise Kern
02:01:40
Curiosity and exploration are important, but there are boundaries as well.
wright
02:01:45
any more opportunities for kids to explore their creativity than when I was a kid.
kathleen
02:02:00
I think that teachers often have a bit of a fear that admin will think they are not teaching if students are doing more exploration
Sheila Nyquest
02:02:11
make r space areas
rknight
02:02:13
Questions are always encouraged and teachers don’t answer them, students have to research to find the answers. Parents should do this too.
Sheri Pahkamaa
02:02:19
Oh yes! I think there are still the “sit down and be quiet”. But I also think that some classrooms are over stimulating for some students.
Allison
02:04:00
I think the strong teachers have found a good balance between the discovery time and the work quietly time. They also offer students who become overstimulated options so they are successful, too.\
grey-levine_karen
02:05:45
Mandated curriculum and pacing guides have made finding time to explore and collaborate more challenging, but strong teachers try to find the balance.
Jennifer Bleicher
02:06:13
I totally agree.
Allison
02:06:54
Yes, mandated curriculum and pacing guides have made it more challenging, especially for multi-grade classrooms.
rknight
02:08:49
This is my main reason I chose teaching, students’ Ahas!
rknight
02:10:53
This is why kids are so motivated by gaming…
Barb Whiteman
02:12:49
Barb Whiteman: When we do hands-on activities in Math
Alexis
02:12:56
when they read their first words
AdriAnna
02:13:00
When I said that math was important for getting pizza at Costco
Barbara DuBois
02:13:06
When they already have had some experience with the instructional material.
kathleen
02:13:06
Something where they can build
kh07353
02:13:07
When they can discover something that is relevant to something they are interested in.
Catherine O'Neil
02:13:12
Showing how or doing it for someone else
Lorrie Scoles
02:13:20
When they do things like an escape room or a quest
Cindy McKibben
02:13:21
math
Ginger H
02:13:33
When they ask a related question that applies to or relates to the learning… “So is that why….?”
rknight
02:13:36
Working in cooperative groups with integrated science/math activities.
Mick Wykis
02:13:39
when they help youngers
kathleen
02:13:51
when they find a connection between the book they have chosen to read and something we have talked about or read about as a class
grey-levine_karen
02:13:52
Hands-on activities, teaching others
Jerry White
02:13:54
When algebra students find that they don’t always need to have a numer9c answer.
Jennifer Eubank
02:14:02
I have been swimming in the morning with a student who experiences a disability… I am working on jumping into the pool. A week ago, he wouldn’t jump willingly…now he is with smiles and laughing
Allison
02:14:09
When a student is able to read a story by themselves the first time. When they can tell/show others how to do something. When they see their recent drawing compared to the beginning of the year...
Alexis
02:14:19
When they see me modeling a skill I just taught them in my lessons.
Louise Kern
02:14:45
The wonder of making a bowl on the potter’s wheel.
rknight
02:18:02
Great current article on metacognition:
rknight
02:18:09
http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol15/num07/the-student-who-taught-me-the-power-of-metacognition.aspx
kh07353
02:21:27
What do you want to know more about?
kathleen
02:21:48
I kind of treat their brain like an alter ego. What did your brain want to do there?
Barbara DuBois
02:21:55
Why were some students not engaged
rknight
02:21:56
How can you use your learning to help others?
Catherine O'Neil
02:21:57
Can you do it another way?
wright
02:21:58
how would I teach this to someone else?
Rod Lloyd
02:22:01
Why do you think this happened?
Cindy McKibben
02:22:07
Do I know this well enough to teach someone else?
Ginger H
02:22:18
What misunderstandings do you think some people might have about…
grey-levine_karen
02:22:21
How will you use this new knowledge or skill?
kathleen
02:22:36
Oooh I like that gut and heart stuff!!!
Mick Wykis
02:22:37
As you think about the project, what might have been the easiest part to do, the most difficult?
Allison
02:22:58
I ask, what did you like about this project? Why?
kathleen
02:23:15
What was your favorite part? When were you proud of yourself?
kathleen
02:23:41
Which of your friends did you think of when doing this?
Mick Wykis
02:23:42
Did you do something you didn't think you could do before we started this...
Barbara DuBois
02:24:10
What was it that you liked about this assignment the most?
f242190
02:25:59
Just realized I was on panelists only. My apologies…
Louise Kern
02:29:32
Make a tube.
rknight
02:29:38
My cylinder worked great!
beverly.reichen
02:31:46
What did kids used to do before video games??
MH3
02:31:49
This was a fun lecture.
beverly.reichen
02:31:51
A lot more!
Sheila nyquest
02:32:15
Thank you another great class! I love all of the information.
MH3
02:32:26
Video technology may be part of many future careers, like medicine!
Coral Noble
02:32:36
Thanks for the class
Krista K. Smith
02:32:40
Thank you!
MH3
02:32:41
Thank you.
f242190
02:32:43
Thank you
AdriAnna
02:32:48
Thank you!
Francis
02:32:53
tHANK you
Melissa Crane
02:32:54
Survey 5: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KC35SQ5
grey-levine_karen
02:33:01
Thank you
wright
02:33:14
thanks!
rknight
02:33:15
Thanks and I really enjoyed how this was linked to PBL and science:)
Allison
02:33:37
Thank you! This was an interesting session! I've done challenges like this one with the paper and the book with the students in art class. The kids always love it!
Mick Wykis
02:33:52
Again some "gold nuggets" tonight