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Driving K-12 Innovation: 2022 Summits - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Schlegelmilch
19:57
Quaking aspens in the wind
Kate Crawford
20:03
Ocean waves on the shore
Paula Maylahn
20:11
A purring cat
Dr. Kelly May-Vollmar
20:12
Good morning everyone! Kelly May-Vollmar - most beautiful sound, the sound of the river flowing while I am fishing
David Vidal
20:14
Here David from Spain! My favorite sound is the wind on the trees!
Equetta Jones
20:16
Equetta Jones Wilmington, DE Ocean waves on the shoreline
Jill Brown
20:17
Welcome! A baby's belly laugh.
Ale Martínez
20:18
ocean
Stacy Hawthorne
20:19
Hi! I’m Stacy Hawthorne with Davidson Academy Online. I think birds at the start of spring are a beautiful reminder that life starts anew.
Tim Smith
20:20
Laughter
Jeri Ramos
20:20
HI I'm Jeri from Linn-Mar Community Schools, Iowa. Most beautiful sound now, is my 8mo granddaughter lauging
Ann McMullan
20:20
The sound of young children laughing.
Jill Hobson
20:21
Hi I'm Jill Hobson, Chief Technology Officer in Gainesville City Schools (GA) and I agree with Kate Crawford - the best sound is ocean waves!
Michelle Watt
20:24
Hello! Chief Security Officer in Scottsdale Arizona and the sound I LOVED this morning was the coffee percolating and anticipating my first sip. :)
Caitlyn Brown
20:25
The quiet and then rush of sound when you drive under a bridge while it's raining
John Sebalos
20:30
John Sebalos - Director of Technology - Pelham UFSD, NY
Sandra Paul
20:30
My grandchildren laughing!
David Deeds
20:31
A beer being opened.
Ruben Puentedura
20:38
Hmmm - after the recent winter storm, the drip-drip-drip sound of a thaw is particularly welcome…
Paul Signorelli
20:38
Paul Signorelli, San Francisco-based writer-trainer/facilitator-presenter-consultant; most beautiful sound: coffee pouring into a ceramic mug first thing in the morning
Stephanie Pierotti
20:39
Hello from Scottsdale AZ! Quail calling their babies home at the end of the day
Sue Bowman
20:44
I am a staff person @CoSN - originally from upstate NY; most beautiful sound ocean waves breaking
Stephanie King
20:47
Silence when my children are at school! :) Stephanie also in snowy Chicago!
lmbrinson
20:53
Lakisha, Nashville TN,, Loving my white noise app- discovering lots of sounds
Sandra Paul
20:57
Hello, Sandra from New Jersey!
Rod Houpe
20:58
Hello from Columbus, OH...birds "singing" in the morning
Keith Krueger
21:00
sound of skiing through the trees
Laura Motta
21:12
Rain
Krystle Pearson
21:19
Hi! Krystle Pearson, Director of Technology - Brunswick County Public Schools
David Vidal
21:20
For us is evening! Coffee is very important too at this time!
Guy Levi
21:21
the hustle and bustle of Hanoi
David Peterson
21:22
David Peterson, Technology Director, Independence Charter School, Philadelphia, PA -- Sound of loons on a peaceful summer evening
Jim Vanides
21:28
Hello from California (Bay Area)! So of course I need to say, "The Sound of One Hand Clapping"
Sue Bowman
21:29
my sister's voice
lgstack
21:31
Silence!
Jen Fry- Delaware City Schools
21:33
Children singing from their cribs before they go to sleep.
Jackson Vega
21:45
Jackson Vega when you step on dry leaves
Norton Gusky
21:55
Norton Gusky here in Pittsburgh with quiet and just water by my side.
Mary
21:58
dog walking on wood floors
Jason Schmidt
22:00
Jason Schmidt - Executive Director of Wisconsin Virtual School. The sound of a table saw
Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
22:07
Organised sounds -- music?
Tim Leister
22:09
Hi everyone from Lancaster, PA. Instructional Technology Specialist from IU13. The sound of a great golf drive on a summer day!
Liz Drout
22:11
Laughing loved ones
sabshire@iste.org
22:19
Hello from Houston, Texas!
Stephanie Pierotti
22:27
I'm the Director of ShapingEDU at ASU
Zef @ Be A Maker Club
22:54
Hello all, from Southern California. Waves on a beach
Claus Gregersen
23:13
Helle from Denmark
Julene Reed
23:45
Hi, friends! In Memphis, home of the upcoming ice storm. ;-)
Frankie Jackson, TETL
24:48
Hey everyone, in Houston, Texas!
LeAnn Morris, Ph.D., CETL
24:59
Good Morning from Carson City, Nevada! I am the Instructional Technology Coordinator in Carson City School District.
Annamaria
25:08
Hi Everyone, Billerica, Massachusetts
Ann McMullan
25:38
Good morning from Los Angeles, CA.
Liz Lee (she/her)
26:01
Good morning from DC!
Laura Geringer | she/her
33:47
Slides for breakout rooms (starting at slide 19): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/186KuMAIlL5p6tIaT4-uv4SyBbNuo6aWg_Dy0aDktsAg/edit?usp=sharing
Laura Geringer | she/her
35:15
Slides for breakout rooms (starting at slide 19): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/186KuMAIlL5p6tIaT4-uv4SyBbNuo6aWg_Dy0aDktsAg/edit?usp=sharing
Allen Miedema
01:09:33
Have to step away for just a moment
Liz Lee (she/her)
01:17:36
I have to leave for another meeting. Thanks for the discussion, all
Gordon Dahlby
01:18:30
I like this, Mary
Zef @ Be A Maker Club
01:18:41
it was great to hear everyone. if anyone wants to get in touch my email is zef@beamakerclub.com
Jim Vanides
01:19:06
"Failure to foster..." is a great equity headline. Nice alliterations, too! :)
Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
01:21:21
This echoes some of our discussion about now having to take care about IT/Digital outside of the school buildings.
Paul Signorelli
01:22:24
Mary: Thanks for that part about this being a community challenge, not just a K-12 challenge. We do need to be having these conversations across sectors, bringing in everyone involved in any level of lifelong learning.
Jason Schmidt
01:22:48
Key root word of personalization is "person" - we need human interaction!
Sandra Paul
01:23:33
agree. Can't avoid the use of AI in education.
Mary Schlegelmilch
01:24:15
AI supports and provides data to make better faster decisions and enable teachers as the professional to be a key facilitator
Jim Vanides
01:24:15
"What will grades mean (with personalization)?" Well, what have grades meant without it? ;)
David Vidal
01:24:40
Grades are overrated ;)
Jim Vanides
01:25:02
"What will grades mean (with personalization)?" Well, what have grades meant without personalization?
Sandra Paul
01:25:09
would also add about thinking education via age of student or grade level. Primary/Secondary/Higher Ed. Need to be beyond these limitations
Mary Schlegelmilch
01:25:38
Looking to the Learning Counsel
Mary Schlegelmilch
01:27:00
Looking to the Learning Counsel’s Learning Model: Hybrid Logistics to address personalization
Jim Vanides
01:27:29
Mary - do you have a link to this?
Stacy Hawthorne
01:27:54
I’m not trying to sell my program, but I’m happy to connect with anyone who wants to learn more about how we operate. We place students in classes by ability in each subject - not age or grade. It’s something that I personally believe each school should do. It makes a HUGE difference for students and our school culture. You’re welcome to learn more about this at davidsononline.org or connect with me at stacy@hawthorneeducation.com. I’m happy to share and be a resource for anyone interested in this level of personalization.
McKaveney, Dr. Edward
01:28:53
I like the When you wonder, you’re learning approach. Title of the recent book based on Mr. Rogers’ enduring lessons. http://whenyouwonder.org/index.html
Allen Miedema
01:29:09
I like the recognition that tech can assist by focusing on regaining time for teachers
Kate Crawford
01:29:11
Great headline!
Sandra Paul
01:30:08
Like the headline including "wonder"
Michelle Watt
01:32:55
Nice job leading and representing our conversation Caitlyn, thank you!
Pete Zicari
01:36:30
Nice Summary, Kate
Caitlyn Brown
01:36:34
I love that sentiment, Sheryl.
David Deeds
01:37:17
When will the link to the report be available?
Laura Geringer | she/her
01:37:36
In about 10 minutes! :-)
David Deeds
01:37:44
OK, thanks! ;)
David Deeds
01:42:59
Do I get a raise with the new title? ;)
Ken Reynolds (WY Dept. of Ed)
01:43:07
What we've been through for the past 2 years is exactly WHY we should innovate
Rod Houpe
01:43:13
Scoop Krueger...Love the Fedora!
Karina | she, her
01:43:38
Direct link: https://cosn.users.membersuite.com/shop/store/59ce3069-00ce-c867-ec4d-0b438b7ee7e8/detail
Karina | she, her
01:44:09
Short link: https://www.cosn.org/k12innovation
David Deeds
01:45:46
We can distribute the report to everybody, right?
Laura Geringer | she/her
01:45:49
Yes!!!
Laura Geringer | she/her
01:45:54
Share the report far and wide :-)
Jim Vanides
01:46:03
Twitter here we come!
David Deeds
01:46:07
OK1
Jim Vanides
01:46:10
Is there a hashtag for this?
Keith Krueger
01:46:11
please tell your colleagues about the new report!
Michelle Watt
01:46:24
Nicely done! Thank you project leaders!
Stephanie King
01:46:38
So grateful to all who are part of this amazing project! Please share the report far and wide!
Keith Krueger
01:46:44
and the 2nd Summit on Tech Enablers is only an hour!
Annamaria
01:46:46
link for next one?
Stacy Hawthorne
01:46:57
Thank you for this opportunity!
Gordon Dahlby
01:47:00
Well done, CoSN staff and a pleasure to work with the rovust advisory board members
Paula Maylahn
01:47:00
Thank you. Clap! Clap! Clap!
David Deeds
01:47:03
Thanks, Laura, Keith and everybody!
Sandra Paul
01:47:04
This has been wonderful! Thank you everyone!
Karina | she, her
01:47:04
Link will be in the follow up email!
Rod Houpe
01:47:07
Thank you and well done! Have a great day