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Juan Melendez
02:46
Hello. I am Juan Melendez. From the University of Puerto Rico.
Dan Mahlandt
02:47
Dan Mahlandt Joining from Ephrata, PA
2Revolutions
03:20
Welcome! Please introduce yourself in the chat and share where you’re joining from!
2Revolutions
03:24
Welcome, Juan and Dan!
2Revolutions
03:37
Great to have Puerto Rico and PA represented!
Jean Rueckert
03:41
Greetings from Addis Ababa, for a second week! I’m Jean, a learning coach at an international school.
Mary Lisa Harper
04:33
Hi There, I am Mary Lisa Harper, Director of Professional Learning for Summit Education Group. I support adult learners who work with youth.
2Revolutions
05:03
Welcome back, Jean! Welcome Mary Lisa!
Nasue Nishida
05:07
Nasue Nishida with the Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession in Olympia, WA. It's sunny here today - yay!
2Revolutions
05:29
I’m Meaghan Foster with 2Revolutions, and I’m based out of Claremont, CA outside of Los Angeles.
ADAM
06:03
Hello, everyone. My name is Adam Rubin, 2Revolutions. Sitting in a rainy, cool, and desperate for spring Burlington, VT!
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
07:28
If you’re just joining, we’ll get started in about 5 minutes. In the meantime, we invite you to introduce yourself and share where you’re joining from in the chat!
Peter Stevens
08:10
Peter Stevens with Bose Public Affairs joining from Washington DC!
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
08:30
Welcome, Peter!
Lauren Hansen
08:51
Lauren Hansen with Excel Academy from Newport Beach, CA :)
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
09:39
Welcome, Lauren! Waving to you from inland in Claremont, CA!
Debi Crabtree
10:45
Hello from Tennessee!
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
10:58
Hello to Debi in Tennessee!
Renee Pope
11:18
Hello! Renee from Arlington ISD, Professional Learning Department
Joe Yahna
11:22
Hi All, I am the principal at Josiah Bartlett Elem, a Preschool - 8th grade in Bartlett NH.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
11:34
Welcome, Renee and Joe!
chris butler
11:36
Hi all, I'm Chris, instructional Technology coachfrom Washington
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
11:42
Welcome, Chris!
Joe Yahna
11:45
Oh yeah...and my name is Joe in NH
David Cook
12:28
David Cook from KY
Brian Bates
12:30
Brian Bates - Digital Learning Coordinator with the Learning Technology Center of Illinois
John Leeper
12:48
Hello!! I’m John, Deputy Superintendent with Shelby County Public Schools in Kentucky.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
12:59
Welcome! Just a quick heads up that we’re muting everyone automatically, but you have the power to unmute when we join breakout rooms through the microphone icon you should see at the bottom left of your screen.
Malvina Holloway
13:16
Hi Everyone! My name is Melly , from Salem , OR, with Personalized Learning Solutions
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
13:46
Welcome, David, Brian, John, and Malvina!
Debi Crabtree
13:53
I am founder of Village Virtual. We work with districts and states to implement online learning.
Amy Dodson
13:58
Good afternoon...I am Amy Dodson, Director of Instruction for Cisco ISD in Cisco, TX
Eliot Levine
14:20
Hi, I'm Eliot Levine, Research Director at iNACOL.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
14:47
Welcome, all! Here’s the link to the video and deck from last week, in case you were interested but not able to join: https://www.inacol.org/event/envisioning-the-future-of-educator-learning/
Matthew Shea
14:54
I am Matthew Shea, podcaster of Personalized Learning with Matt and Courtney and Maine Curriculum Leader of the year in RSU2.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
15:06
Welcome Amy, Eliot, and Matthew!
Nicole Messier
15:23
Nicole Messier, Instructional Designer from Rasmussen College
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
15:46
Welcome, Nicole!
anthony Esparza
16:51
Hello, everyone. My name is Anthony Esparza, living in SWFL, Cape Coral. A student in an ESE masters program at Nova
Lauren McCauley
17:01
Hi! Lauren McCauley, Team Lead in the Office of Personalized Learning at the SC Department of Education
anthony Esparza
17:11
Thanks Meaghan.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
17:23
Welcome, Anthony and Lauren!
Autumn Ottenad
18:51
Hi, I am Autumn, Professional Education Manager at Turnitin in SF. Doctoral student in Education.
Tahnja Wilson
19:15
Welcome Autumn!
anthony Esparza
23:34
Last session, I was sent to a breakout room that seemed to have one other individual however did not hear or speak to anyone.
Tahnja Wilson
23:59
That should not happen this time Anthony as there are quite a few of us!
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
24:34
Sorry to hear that, Anthony! Sometimes we hit a few snags with phone participants.
anthony Esparza
24:56
Im on a PC
toyia curry
27:20
hello. I did not see a link to the breakout room
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
27:37
Sorry to hear that, Toyia! Let me reassign you.
toyia curry
30:02
Okay! Thanks.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
30:54
Welcome to anyone just joining us! Most participants are in breakout room discussions and will be coming back shortly.
ADAM
31:26
Please share your three to five words in the chat
Paula Cavaness
31:59
I clicked out of the breakout room.
toyia curry
32:00
intentional, purposeful, relevant, effective, practical
Dan Mahlandt
32:35
empowered
Mary Alber
32:36
deeply Engaging
Karyn Gleeson
32:37
competentcy-based
Lauren McCauley
32:43
personalized, relevant, appliable, future-forward
Karyn Gleeson
32:44
flexible
David Cook
32:45
relevant, connected, just-in-time
Paul
32:45
individualized
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
32:49
Engaging, authentic, meaningful, just-in-time
Irisa Charney-Sirott
32:49
transformative
Paul
32:53
networkable
Pat Fitzsimmons
32:53
stimulating, engaging, and interactive
Tracy Hanson
32:54
Active learning rather than passive,
Suzan Thompson
32:54
Reflection—student-centered
Malvina Holloway
32:54
Innovative, Relevant, Effective-Rich
Christina Moreno
32:56
empowering, personalized, flexible
Mary Alber
33:06
collaborative - co-constructive, interactive, trial & error, allow for learning from failure
Joe Yahna
33:31
Ditto what Malvina wrote! and personalized too
Mary Alber
33:35
Co-creative reflective problem-solving together for local context and students
Suzan Thompson
33:38
Reflecting on assessments for more student-centered practices.
Andrea Kornowski
34:00
Personalized, Just-in Time, Choice, Purposeful, Engaging, Relevant, Meaningful
Joe Yahna
34:16
I like the mindset focus...makes a lot of sense in PD
Dan Mahlandt
34:25
A lot like the Creative Problem Solving process
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
34:34
SHARE IN THE CHAT: Thinking of your own school or district, which of these shifts feels most high-leverage and relevant?
Tracy Hanson
35:08
Understanding that if you have knowledge to share, you are an educator so learning can happen everywhere
toyia curry
35:25
I would say Learn by Doing (Active)
Joe Yahna
35:30
shift from isolated to collaborative
Suzan Thompson
35:30
One-size-fits all - Highly personalized
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
35:32
Yes, Tracy! Anytime anywhere learning for educators!
Paula Cavaness
35:33
One Size fits all to Highly Personalized
Lauren McCauley
35:33
Centrally Mandated-Educator Driven
Lauren Hansen
35:34
Sit and Get to Learn by doing
JESSICA SCHROEDER
35:35
Centrally mandated ---> Educator Driven
Mary Lisa Harper, Summit Education Group
35:37
personalized and bite size opportunities
Christina Moreno
35:39
one off to extended learning AND emphasis on content to emphasis on process, mindset, and content
Renee Pope
35:40
We are moving towards more job-embedded and learning by doing
Karyn Gleeson
35:40
Centrally
Paul
35:41
One size fits all - Highly personalized
David Cook
35:47
Job embedded and highly collaborative
Debi Crabtree
35:49
Learn by doing, job-embedded
Jean Rueckert
35:49
Job-embedded, extended learning—>highly personalised
Amy Dodson
35:50
job embedded
Malvina Holloway
35:56
Highly Personalized
Juan Melendez
36:36
One size fits alll means is from the industial mode of production
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
36:54
Absolutely, Juan. For both students and teachers.
Suzan Thompson
46:38
This is great
Dina Batres
47:15
I like to hear this, I hope we get a copy of recording... to revisit. Good guest with Adam!
Suzan Thompson
47:26
I really like how everything is mapped out based on levels.
Tahnja Wilson
47:47
We will make the recording available to all of you!
Dina Batres
48:00
:-)
Andrea Kornowski
48:28
Love that it models some of the language that we use with our students.
John Leeper
48:29
Bravo… Academy Awards for Both!
ADAM
48:30
We will also share the free login later in the webinar so you all can explore!
Dina Batres
48:42
Oh nice! :)
Jean Rueckert
48:44
Yes, this is an impressive set of resources and personalised process. I can imagine uses already. Excited to share with our Office of Learning team and school leaders.
Suzan Thompson
48:51
Each week in this series, your very style in presenting gives me ideas for how we do PD in our online school
Dina Batres
49:03
yes...
ADAM
49:04
Great to hear, Susan!
ADAM
49:10
Thanks for the feedback
Suzan Thompson
49:29
You’re welcome
Dina Batres
55:54
This is a great idea, student perception... great job Nasue.
Suzan Thompson
56:19
So true-I can see how student feedback would be beneficial—really good. It goes back to students being co-creators of content. In giving feedback, they have a say in content and practice.
Mary Alber
56:57
Impressive tool - is it part of the LearnNext toolkit?
Eileen Fernandez-Parker
57:40
I could see teachers fearing student feedback as a punitive tool that could get them fired. Who sees the results and how are they used? Is it only the teachers who sees the results? Teacher and coach?
Tahnja Wilson
58:26
The Washington survey platform is not part of Learn Next.
Dina Batres
58:27
very true - where they don't feel threatened for their job - with administration.
Adam Rubin
58:53
Here are the credentials for Learn Next- getinspired.2revolutions.net/external/signup
Adam Rubin
59:02
BTW, if that construct of Process, Mindset, Content is interesting to you, 2Rev has developed an online or in-person game called Which PD Would You Attend?- you can access it here- https://getinspired.2revolutions.net/lessons/1929/- or download game cards
Suzan Thompson
59:24
It can certainly be emotional. We use student feedback in our practice as well. It’s tough when you feel you’re doing your best. However, it’s part of the process—not always easy. I agree that teachers can feel threatened. Knowing administrators provide support might help.
Dina Batres
59:29
Thank you Adam... :-)
Malvina Holloway
59:46
Will review this thread after this session
Suzan Thompson
01:00:45
Thanks Adam for that, I certainly am interested
Dina Batres
01:03:08
Yes
Dina Batres
01:05:46
Great job Nasue and to your organization...
Tracy Hanson
01:07:52
Students are educators too.
Tahnja Wilson
01:08:00
+1 Tracy!
Suzan Thompson
01:08:39
I’m not sure you answered this, but are these surveys utilized in all grades?
Tracy Hanson
01:08:51
Sharing amongst countries
Mary Alber
01:09:29
I didn't introduce myself earlier; Director of Education Innovation Collaborative in NV to build the culture for innovation - through collaborative networking. This program is incredibly powerful to support this type of collaborative culture building among educators. I do feel that the state needs to be a big proponent of this type of personalized educator learning. Adam and Meaghan - can you share examples of states that are doing this well ; centralized coaching for personalized learning?
Tahnja Wilson
01:09:30
What are you envisioning the “toolkit” will “look” and “feel” like to the educator?
Tracy Hanson
01:09:32
Can’t get there with the same picture - the picture must change
Nasue Nishida
01:10:10
We've developed survey items for 3rd/4th grade to high school levels. Primary grade survey development is more challenging and have that planned for this upcoming year.
Suzan Thompson
01:10:32
Thanks Nasue—awesome work
Suzan Thompson
01:10:58
My exclamation points aren’t working right now, so I can’t fully express how great this was.
Nasue Nishida
01:11:20
"Look" and "feel" of this toolkit is still in development. It will be accessible online through the state's survey platform.
Mary Alber
01:11:23
Any more grant opportunities coming up??
Tahnja Wilson
01:11:29
Thank you Nasue!
Andrea Kornowski
01:11:35
Next steps…take this back to our building leadership team.
Dina Batres
01:11:42
Thank you for the course, I enjoyed the input.
Eileen Fernandez-Parker
01:12:08
The quality of this thinking is so powerful. This is exciting and worth digging deeper. Thank you for offering this webinar.
Tracy Hanson
01:12:09
I’d love to share the work I’m doing in India and Uganda -
Jean Rueckert
01:12:16
Thank you, Adam, Meaghan and Nasue. I’m looking forward to taking this all back to my Office of Learning team and fellow coaches. Rethinking plenty!
Malvina Holloway
01:12:17
I also think the intentionality to include equity as a practice is also an area for development
Lauren Hansen
01:12:17
Thank you!
Suzan Thompson
01:12:22
Take care. Thanks so much
Tracy Hanson
01:12:22
This was great - thank you
Eliot Levine
01:12:23
Thank you!
Lauren McCauley
01:12:24
Thank you!
Paul
01:12:25
Thank you!
Debi Crabtree
01:12:26
Thanks so much. Very rich and helpful presentation.
Andrea Kornowski
01:12:27
Thank you very much!
Malvina Holloway
01:12:28
Thank you!
Dan Mahlandt
01:12:28
Great work! Thank you
Andrea Kornowski
01:12:32
Loved the interactive format.
Eileen Fernandez-Parker
01:12:34
Will the recorded webinar be emailed to participants?
Renee Pope
01:12:45
will you share the presentation and chat transcript?
Pat Fitzsimmons
01:12:50
Thank you for the time and effort that you have put into this work!
Paul
01:13:00
access to slides?
Suzan Thompson
01:13:07
If you have the app, you can actually save the chat.
John Leeper
01:13:10
Thanks to all!
Tahnja Wilson
01:13:21
Yes, we will make the recording and slides available.
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
01:13:32
We will share the recorded webinar and slides with all who registered, so stay tuned to receive that by tomorrow!
Paul
01:13:35
Gotta go, Ciao
Suzan Thompson
01:14:16
Yes, I agree with Mary Alber. These resources are invaluable
Tracy Hanson
01:14:18
Where is the url for tool kit?
Adam Rubin
01:15:37
getinspired.2revolutions.net/external/signup
Meaghan Foster, 2Revolutions
01:24:14
Big thank you to Nasue for sharing the story of her work!