Stephanie Bernardi checking in from VA. Special Education Teacher and I work with dually identified students.
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can we have the slides deck? Maria from Barcelona Spain
Slide will be at this link http://bit.ly/ISTEeldwebinar
Julie Jaeger here from Minot ND Gifted Educator and DSN Co-chair As you enter the webinar please let us know who you are and what yo undo with students and/or teachers
Please let us know if you have any questions…we will do our best to answer them throughout the webinar.
So important for so many students….many of our students avoid word use they cannot spell.
I always appreciate the connection to standards! I am required to show how I meet the standards with every lesson every day.
Hi! Jennifer Lozano - Long ISland NY - Graduate student at Teachers College, CU.
Molly Mitchell from VA....undergrad student at James Madison University, harrisonburg, va
Such a great point.
Tim Cosgrove from Toronto, Ontario - Grade 6 teacher with ELL students in my homeroom class.
Planning of writing is so important. StoryBoard supports the creative outcome!
RIP June's Leg
Picture is wonderful way to express what they want to talk about. That sequence of pictures gives them cues as they tell their story.
maybealso try visual mapping to catch before writing
Please continue to add comments in the chat…your ideas…what have you tried??
HAHAH - FREE!!!
I love using Google Slides as a way to have information movable. Students can organize work by moving the slides around.
I use Adobe Spark Video, Page and Post for Storyboarding.
Adobe Spark is great!
We are just getting started district wide with Adobe Spark…can’t wait to get my students started.
I like audacity too!
I use Screencastify for training employees on new products, etc.- great tool.
If you don't know what Makey-Makey, you may want to visit some STEM presenters at the ISTE conference. Let students create!
Great resource list..keep adding…and how do you use the resources
or go to makeymakey.com and see the examples…so many fun ways to use makeymakey
(I was just doing a shameless plug for STEM folk and the ISTE summer conference. Not trying to ignore the significance of the root of Makey Makey.)
Not shameless…ha…totally agree …. STEM sessions at ISTE are great way to get immersed in the process.
How important is it to have words written on the screen as they are spoken? I was "taught" in grad school that it was conflicting brain processes, yet I would have enjoyed reading the conversation if I could not hear it. What do fellow teachers (who are here or the presenter) think?
Great idea for SMART Notebook! I have been using it for my math lessons.
I believe it is better just the talk…
Speaking always first when teaching EL
Thank you for the feedback. :-)
Good idea to tell the story in ss first language and afterwards transfer the ideas and tell the story in English
You can get free storage for videos at https://www.screencast.com/ and avoid having to protect them at YouTube. You control the link and can make the folder the video is in private.
Let’s promote the flowing of ideas to get the story to have an arena for the use of EL
Thanks for sharing that option
(My students live in
China- no access to Google or YouTube.)
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Multiple options of assessment need to be available for all students…especially our ELL
Then, working local is the option and share within the school or community. Ultimately the goal is t use the language
Thank you for the presentation!
Thank you this was very insightful.
Thank you for a very inspiring presentation - so many new ideas for digital storyboarding!
Storytelling is a fantastic way to have students demonstrate understanding of concepts. Thank you for this webinar- lots ot things to think about.