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Workshop: Triangulating Need Across the Tiers: MTSS for a New Back to School - Shared screen with speaker view
Isabel escobar
04:39
Hello from Bronx, NY
Susan Benjamin
04:42
Susan from Chicago.
Jordan Simons
04:50
Jordan Simons, NYC DOE, NY.
Steven Kaufman
04:52
Cupertino, CA
Winifred Giddings
04:53
Winnie from W-S, NC
Erica Mannlein
04:53
Hello from Gilbert, AZ
AMY SPRESSART
04:57
Hello from Illinois
Gloria Richmond
05:08
Gloria Richmond from Houston, TX
Dawn Rock Rock
05:13
Dawn Rock from Los Angeles
Robin Campbell
05:18
Robin C from north central Illinois
Susan Benjamin
05:18
@Winnie Hi from Chicago
wykesha king
05:22
Hello!!! Wy from Houston, Houston, TX
AMY SPRESSART
05:56
I love the upbeat music!
Susan Benjamin
06:00
Hi to all of the names I recognize from Mindfulness!
Richard Harvey
06:05
Richard Harvey, Long beach, CA
Vivian Nazario
06:11
👋Vivian Nazario from San Jose, California
Richard Harvey
06:26
Hi Susan :)
Susan Benjamin
06:34
HI Richard
AMY SPRESSART
06:58
Anyone a newbie to MTSS like me?
Dr. Antionette Mathews
07:01
Hello everyone from Lancaster, Texas
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
07:18
Hi everyone! Thanks so much for joining us today :)
Brandi Ferguson
07:50
Here from Columbus, Ohio!
Scott Kerwein
08:00
Spokane, WA
Becca Semkin
08:00
Hello from Kansas City, MO - School Social Worker.
Susan Benjamin
08:05
It is hard to know how to work with my Tier 3 students remotely! Especially since I have never had them before!
Scott Kerwein
08:05
You too!
Amy Cruse
08:10
Hello from Cleveland, OH!
Janine Zelonka
08:11
Hello from Pittsburgh Pa
Rexanne Hill
08:15
Hello, from Lee's Summit, MO
Nicole Trainor
08:17
Nicole - NJ counselor
Steve Stafford
08:19
Hello from Westfield, Indian
Marcia Brooks
08:19
Marcia, social worker from Chicago Illinois
Glenn Glasco
08:20
Glenn from Houston
Steven Kaufman
08:22
So grateful to you and your team
Richard Harvey
08:25
Hi again Becky!
Rexanne Hill
08:31
You ROCK Becky!!!
Brandy Stacy
08:31
Brandy, Director of Student Services, Toccoa, GA
Vivian Nazario
08:38
Hi Becky ❤ Vivian Nazario
Susan Benjamin
08:39
@Marcia Hi from CPS
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
08:43
Thank you all for joining! Please make sure to change your messages to “All panelists and attendees” so that y’all can converse with each other :)
Dr. Antionette Mathews
08:52
Dr. Antionette Mathews, principal from Lancaster, Texas
Alketa Bajrami
09:01
hello everyone from Albania
Susan Benjamin
09:07
Welcome to a Principal!
Alketa Bajrami
09:22
yes
Joshua Steinfeld
09:33
Joshua, Regional Partnership Center, NY
Tim Dellapina
09:36
Tim from Hilliard, Ohio
Daniel Leland
10:25
Good afternoon everyone! Daniel from Washington, D.C.
Susan Benjamin
10:31
Because of the situation this start, all students will kind of be Tier 3
Karen Pentony
10:45
Have you shared the presentation slides with us?
Alketa Bajrami
10:57
yes, of course
Pachia Chang
11:07
Hello from Milwaukee, WI
Julie Steen
11:58
Hello from rural Kansas
Daniel Irving
12:17
Hello from North Providence, RI.
Susan Benjamin
12:25
Learning how to take care of my husband when he came home from the hospital after a month.
Mary Garrett
12:40
Greetings! From Houston
Susan Benjamin
12:59
realization!
Richard Harvey
13:21
relief
Chris Ridge
13:50
calm
Brandi Ferguson
13:54
proud
Sheila Yarbrough
14:00
relief
Susan Benjamin
14:00
Felt like a new level in life
Robin Campbell
14:08
powerful
Winifred Giddings
14:09
Focuses
Mary Garrett
14:10
refreshing from taking a nap
Marcia Brooks
14:24
energy/self-motivation
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
14:25
[Today’s slides]: https://pan-ed.com/ltis
Jessica Lewis
14:59
sorry to be late
Jordan Simons
15:52
Intent vs impact — right on (Channeling Jonathan Haidt’s work)
Susan Benjamin
15:53
Both ways. Words are not always adequate.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
16:52
Where Did BIPOC Come From? (The New York Times): https://www.nytimes.com/article/what-is-bipoc.html
Sheila Yarbrough
16:55
Thank You!!
Susan Benjamin
17:19
What is that?
Melissa Bertsch
17:23
Although your former guest (Dr. Benson was it?) said that intent had too come off the table—we have to address the impact.
Robin Campbell
17:37
I just finished part 1 of a podcast, Brene' Brown having conversation with Dr. Harriet Lerner about the book, Why Won't You Apologize -- it was very helpful!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
17:44
Hi! I saw you ‘raised your hand’ on Zoom; can we assist with anything?
Rexanne Hill
17:56
What a cute picture Becky?
Soha SINNO
18:25
Hi everyone from NC
Susan Benjamin
18:38
We have to be careful, because not all whites benefit from white privilege.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
19:44
Charlene — this is the recording that Becky mentioned: https://zoom.us/rec/play/7sV5fuqhpzo3GNKRuQSDBKR4W427KP6shyUf_fcMzUazU3UBN1GlZbIRMF13-57IsvhYP0u4CcU_uyg?startTime=1591725573000
Mary Garrett
20:00
I do not agree
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
20:11
Susan — this resource may be helpful in terms of understanding white privelege: https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/fall-2018/what-is-white-privilege-really
Kristina Sheppard
20:25
Respectfully disagree, the color of white inherently benefit from white privilege. Its may be to different degrees but the systems we live in are made from a white persons perspective.
Susan Benjamin
20:34
I do understand it!
Isabel escobar
20:43
speechless
Richard Harvey
21:04
Thanks everyone :)
Rasheida Ross
21:07
THANK YOUUUUUUU
Jordan Simons
21:37
I disagree. As a Jewish person, it’s a very difficult situation. For many people, I am not considered white, but for others I am. White is not only a color, but a construct (i.e. whiteness)
Susan Benjamin
21:46
I am a white woman who has been a victim of that privilege.
Richard Harvey
21:52
Is this graphic in the link you provided earlier.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
22:14
Richard — all slides/graphics are available here: [Today’s slides]: https://pan-ed.com/ltis
AMY SPRESSART
23:06
She is amazing!
Richard Harvey
23:07
Thank you for speaking your truth Jordan. I have felt similarly.
Melissa Bertsch
23:16
One of my favorites too—shared with students so many times. Always so impactful.
Rasheida Ross
23:23
i love thissss
Steven Kaufman
23:24
yes
Winifred Giddings
23:25
Yes!
Susan Benjamin
23:27
Thankyou Jordan.
wykesha king
23:28
yes
Robin Campbell
23:28
Yes
AMY SPRESSART
23:32
yes
Rasheida Ross
23:33
yessss
Heloise Marriott
23:35
yes
Mary Garrett
23:35
too low
Tim Dellapina
23:37
Reading White Fragility with a PD group in our district. Trying to come to grips to terms with the vulnerability I feel as a white male during these conversations.
Jordan Simons
23:38
Can you increase the volume?
Imani Small
23:39
A little low
Glenn Glasco
23:45
very low
Dr. Antionette Mathews
23:47
it is low
Rasheida Ross
24:10
Tim how do.you feel so far about the book? we finished this year
Mary Garrett
24:15
I turned up my volume
Steven Kaufman
24:19
you’re awesome, ty
Julie Steen
24:26
Thank you!
Gloria Richmond
24:29
super
Isabel escobar
24:29
yes
Imani Small
24:30
better thanks
Robin Campbell
24:30
better! yes
Rita Ortiz-Waschmann
24:30
good
Soha SINNO
24:30
clear now
wykesha king
24:35
yes
Marcia Brooks
24:38
yes better
Winifred Giddings
24:39
Better, thanks!
Rexanne Hill
25:18
Love this TED talk!
Becky - Panorama's Community
25:35
Yes! Me to @rexanne - I watch it regularly and get something out of it all the time!
Alketa Bajrami
25:41
love this TED talk!
Richard Harvey
26:59
Please share the link again. Thanks!
Richard Harvey
27:11
For the TED Talk
Susan Tarasevich
27:15
Powerful Woman! Where can we access the PowerPoint slides?
Susan Benjamin
27:16
This is a big problem on commercial media!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
27:30
[Today’s slides]: https://pan-ed.com/ltis
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
27:50
This includes all materials, graphics, links, etc., that Becky is showing
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
27:56
Hi Myra — I just put the link into the chat
Jordan Simons
28:10
The ironic part, in my opinion, is that (to me) the rights of the individual (which our country values) is essentially not valued when you paint a generalized “story” of a people
Winifred Giddings
28:15
I can relate because I had similar experiences when I arrived the in the US from Liberia, West Africa!
Richard Harvey
28:19
So the TED talk is in the presentation? Thanks!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
28:27
Yes!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
28:39
You can also search for “single story TEDTalk” on YouTube and quickly find it :)
Richard Harvey
29:13
TY!
Nicole Trainor
29:30
my apologies, I had to log off from my phone and log on on my computer because I couldn't access the chat resources. Is it possible to put the link for the slides again?
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
29:43
[Today’s slides]: https://pan-ed.com/ltis
Mary Garrett
29:49
Thus experience happens to Black and Brown students daily.
Becky - Panorama's Community
30:26
[Today’s presentation] https://pan-ed.com/ltis[Today’s handout] https://pan-ed.com/ltis_handout
Susan Benjamin
31:23
Great quote! We have to know where we need to help all students!
Chris Ridge
31:47
As an example, local behavioral health is working with families of indigenous origins to learn their ways of healing.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
32:08
[Today’s slides]: https://pan-ed.com/ltis[Today’s handout] https://pan-ed.com/ltis_handout
Susan Benjamin
32:53
We have to understand, or attempt to understand, where the thinking and feeling of all of our students, colleagues, and administers originates.
Richard Harvey
33:18
Yes!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
33:21
+100 susan!
Melissa Bertsch
33:40
Yes! Thank you for reminding us all to think about all of the voices!
Susan Benjamin
33:45
It hurts us and it, more importantly hurts the person you are making the assumption about
Angelique Rodriguez
33:53
I love the Keep, Start, Stop (Pause)
Jordan Simons
34:02
Great Tier I questions for teachers to think about
Rita Ortiz-Waschmann
35:50
yes
Angelique Rodriguez
35:51
yes
Jordan Simons
35:53
tes
Isabel escobar
35:53
yes
Susan Tarasevich
35:53
yes
Becca Semkin
35:53
yes
Rexanne Hill
35:53
yes
Richard Harvey
35:54
yup
AMY SPRESSART
35:54
yes
Janine Zelonka
35:55
yes
Mary Garrett
35:59
yes
Tim Dellapina
36:04
yes
AMY SPRESSART
36:25
thank you for sharing the slides and all this great information
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
38:26
Thank you all for joining today’s workshop! You’ll receive a follow up email with these resources, the recording, the slides, etc.
Susan Benjamin
38:30
great question and one that I attempt to identify, or try to remember to identify.
Jordan Simons
38:40
Do you have any resources for key instructional/interventions within each Tier ?
AMY SPRESSART
38:59
@Jordan, good question
Isabel escobar
39:26
Thank you.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
39:42
Jordan — within Panorama’s Student Success platform, we have a number of interventions in each tier available. This toolkit has a bunch: https://www.panoramaed.com/blog/interventions-progress-monitoring-toolkit
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
40:12
(Student Success is what’s being displayed now on the slide)
Richard Harvey
40:18
Nick and Jordan!
Steven Kaufman
40:35
I’m glad this next year in my district we are going to use the Panorama’s Student Success platform and SEL survey tool
Isabel escobar
40:43
its okay
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
40:46
Steven — great to hear!
Rita Ortiz-Waschmann
40:53
Thanks so much Becky
Isabel escobar
40:54
agree
Jaydn McCune
41:00
I honor your vulnerability and transparency!
Jessica Lewis
41:04
thank you so much Becky!
Janine Zelonka
41:14
Thank you
Angelique Rodriguez
41:16
Thank you so much!
Thea Meierkort
41:16
Thank you!
Chris Ridge
41:18
thank you for the openness to courageous conversations that we must have
Marcia Brooks
41:24
Thank you as always Becky!
Nicole Trainor
41:25
I am struggling with Tier 2 interventions. We seem to go from Tier 1 to Tier 3
Alketa Bajrami
41:31
thank you!
Rexanne Hill
41:39
Thanks for all you and Panorama are doing to support us.
Steven Kaufman
41:51
Becky you’re wonderful, and I want to thank you and your whole team for this excellent work.
Isabel escobar
41:54
Thank you Becky.
Dr. Antionette Mathews
42:06
Would like more ideas of Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions
Nicole Trainor
42:09
thank you :-)
Richard Harvey
42:13
Own it :)
Tim Dellapina
42:14
Great resources. Something as simple as 5 to 1 will give me a point of emphasis
Dr. Antionette Mathews
42:42
Thank you for this session!
Richard Harvey
42:48
Do you ever talk about creative flow in your work?
Karen Pentony
43:06
Thank you.. always a great experience!
AMY SPRESSART
43:11
Thank you very much Becky!
Isabel escobar
43:19
YES
Susan Tarasevich
43:32
thank you so much~what excellent resources!
Maria Turner-Wingate
43:35
Thank you for this!
Soha SINNO
43:50
Thank you
Melissa Bertsch
43:50
Thank you! I always pause to think during your webinars. I also really appreciate how you addressed what happened in the chat. Such a great modeling for the courageous conversations we all need to have more of.
Robin Campbell
43:54
Thank you for making this space so safe and interactive! So engaging!
Daniel Leland
44:00
Thank you Becky for your masterful facilitation of this conversation!
Glenn Glasco
44:08
What is the next virtual session?
Richard Harvey
44:12
Thanks!
Susan Benjamin
44:12
Continued mindfulness!
Glenn Glasco
44:21
Thanks
Rexanne Hill
44:25
We need a place to refer to all of these webinars and resources. An electronic notebook if you will.
Winifred Giddings
44:45
I appreciate my time in this community! thanks!
Robin Campbell
44:47
Oooo… that's a good idea!
Marcia Brooks
44:48
Love your transparency
Winifred Giddings
44:52
Yes!
Gloria Richmond
44:54
yes
Soha SINNO
44:57
yes
Richard Harvey
44:57
a little. quiet
Alketa Bajrami
44:58
yes
Tim Dellapina
45:00
Rasheida - It has brought some great discussions. Hard to read for someone who has always felt like a “good” guy.
Heloise Marriott
45:11
Yes, thank you