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Improving Student Listening and Five Categories of Tech Tools - Kristin Mulder - Shared screen with speaker view
John Anderson
16:21
Good morning!
Nick
16:30
Good Morning
LSS Teacher
16:50
Good morning from LSS! :)
Royce Miller
17:00
Mornin'
Rebecca Backous
17:18
good morning everyone!
Tim SDSP
17:50
This is Tim and Dave at SDSP - we don't have microphones or cameras - we're here, you just can't hear or see us.
Becki Lemke
18:23
Hi Tim and Dave! Glad you're here.
clcteacher
18:49
Good morning from Rapid City. Rhonda Leneaugh, Gloria Pluimer, Lori Larson, Paul Smith, Judy Oldert, Kay Crandall
Brenda Blumenberg
42:16
Is it OK to copy these Podcasts for our classroom use?
Karen Hofer
44:17
What wonderful information! Thank you, Kristin
Mack
47:13
Circle Round from NPR does stories/folktales, too. Good, low vocab levels. LOTS of episodes. My kids listen to it, but would be great for ESL.
Brenda Blumenberg
50:22
Thank you Yes
srittberger
51:16
Great idea Meagan!! I love the idea of folktales or a morale.
srittberger
53:36
What kind of time frame would you suggest for something like a build out? How many class sessions are you looking at?
Mack
01:00:25
DOC teachers: You can download a lot of these and put them on any standalone computers in your rooms. My guys have access to SO many economics podcasts, and they LIKE them. Good change of pace.
John Anderson
01:02:46
Excellent suggestions!
srittberger
01:03:39
I love graphic organizers. I appreciate seeing these. Students like to understand how to organize their thoughts or get to a specific skill and if there is an organizer it helps them see a path.
Lynn Phillips
01:04:56
Graphic organizers look like they are an excellent tool to keep the student listening and learning. Pretty neat!
srittberger
01:05:56
We have so many really artistic students. I think the idea of sketchnote would be really fun for them.
CCLC Staff
01:06:09
kim I had to go from my name to cclc staff other laptop was being stupid lol
srittberger
01:06:22
I draw a mean stick figure, so I could do it.
Brenda Blumenberg
01:09:54
Love the notion of sketchnoting
Karen Hofer
01:11:38
I love all of the ideas!
Lynn Phillips
01:11:55
Sketching will be great to use for the doodlers in class to keep them focused
John Anderson
01:15:34
It seems sketch-noting can ostensibly serve some students as a valid/meaningful Graphic Organizer. I like the notion of explicitly addressing this approach [metacognitively].
Becki Lemke
01:17:18
I hope our STAR reading teachers are recognizing the applications for audio files in modeling and monitoring for fluency, alphabetics, etc.!
Royce Miller
01:20:38
Dude, he could be famous!
John Anderson
01:20:42
Ha!
srittberger
01:31:21
I have heard Travis speak at the TIE conference and then spoke to him about his work. He is a great resource. He is willing to share his knowledge.
CCLC Staff
01:33:10
thank you I really enjoyed the class I took with you
dennis.swofford
01:33:19
Very great ideas...many thanks
John Anderson
01:33:28
Thanks, Kristin!
srittberger
01:33:49
You have great information, Kristin! I appreciate your presentation.
Michelle Lees
01:34:02
Thank you, Kristin!
Lynn Phillips
01:34:19
Thanks Kristin! Very informative, I will definitely try out some of the tools.
Brenda Blumenberg
01:34:22
I have listened to a lot of webinars and videos over the last few months. How do you make sure that you are heard well on all devices. I will turn my volume up to the max and still have a hard time hearing sometimes. thank you
Karen Tollefson
01:34:27
Great presentation - enjoyed it
Gloria Pluimer
01:35:06
VERY good presentation! Thank you.
Brenda Blumenberg
01:35:27
Thanks for all the tips