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Back to School with NSTA, NSELA, and CS3, 8/20/2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Angelia Rougeau
01:01:54
Hello
Donna
01:02:05
Hi all!
Dan Sitzman
01:02:11
Good evening from Omaha, Nebraska
Donna
01:02:20
…from Jackson, WY
Glen Cochrane
01:02:29
Hello from NY
Gregory MacDougall
01:02:30
Good Evening from Virginia!
EMILY
01:02:37
4
Laurene Moses
01:02:38
6
Rita MacDonald
01:02:38
4
EMILY
01:02:40
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Comfort Ateh
01:02:42
Hello from Providence in the Ocean State of Rhode Island.
Heather Segale
01:02:44
4
Liz
01:02:47
8- looking to the future
ann marie carrick
01:02:47
9
Donna
01:02:48
4
Sharron Leinweber
01:02:48
4
Christopher Kisatsky
01:02:51
2...ready to do something for someone...
Nathan Duclos-Rickard
01:02:51
6
Dir - Jennifer
01:02:53
4 long days getting ready for virtual school
Coach
01:02:53
7
Renu Singh
01:02:53
2 -
Alison Maes
01:02:55
5 - meetings all day
Patrick Bellman
01:02:55
7
Connie Hart
01:02:58
3 starti!
Lynn
01:02:58
6 Worry and concern
Tad
01:02:58
8 - looking forward to September
emilysarha
01:02:59
3
Nancy Tate
01:02:59
5
anitakhasnavis
01:02:59
8
Pooja Bajaj
01:03:00
8
Adrian De Alba
01:03:01
7
Michelle
01:03:02
5
John
01:03:02
3
Jessie Everingham
01:03:02
5
Anna Detlefsen
01:03:02
8 - had a great second day in person!
Sonya Berger
01:03:03
7 stressed about this year
EMILY
01:03:03
Zooms all day, lots of new tech - how does it integrate?
Linda Lacy
01:03:03
8
Lubna Othman
01:03:04
9
Maggie Carrera-Bly
01:03:05
1- lot of stuff on my plate
Claudia Meeks
01:03:05
4- feeling pretty tired today!!!
Gregory MacDougall
01:03:05
3 Great fish dinner with white wine
Thomas Cork
01:03:05
7!
Cathy Tinder (she/her)
01:03:05
3
Elise Matera
01:03:05
4
Paula Roberts
01:03:07
2
Sharon Cates
01:03:07
9
Stephanie Stahl-Compton
01:03:09
7
Darcy Moody
01:03:10
6
Isabel Borges
01:03:10
8
Lina Hashem
01:03:11
5
Maral Malakian
01:03:11
6
Kelly White
01:03:11
2 - I survive the first day of virtual school!!!!!!!!!!!!
Denise Kuehner
01:03:12
5 - I fear craziness ahead
Joyce
01:03:12
9 -- Having a good day! Joyce Gleason
Teri deCocq
01:03:13
3 overwhelmed!
Ibidunni Osundare
01:03:15
2
Isabel Borges
01:03:16
8
patricia Magee
01:03:18
5
jjones
01:03:21
9 - Great day with virtual learning in McDonough, GA
Kevin Anderson
01:03:21
Maybe 5 as an "oh my"
Yolanda Hovsepian
01:03:24
3 so much unknown
Michele Perella
01:03:26
8 Starting next week. Just finished staff days!
Bob Gilmore
01:03:27
8 - looking forward
Dan Sitzman
01:03:27
4. In the first week of remote status and the cubicle is about as much fun as being stuffed in a rebel ship's cargo hold
Shannon Walker
01:03:27
7 --- good day but tired!
Kathy Kennedy
01:03:28
9 excited
Jessica Warth
01:03:32
4 Long day virtual learning and working with my own kids!
Virgil B.
01:03:34
3. Looks like how I feel about all the work I have
Patti
01:03:34
9
Nibal Hamdan
01:03:38
7
Christina Phyall
01:03:40
2
Susan Van Den Acre
01:03:41
4
jbastos
01:03:42
4
Glen Cochrane
01:03:44
6
mariloupudiak-town
01:03:45
5 uncertain
Ibidunni Osundare
01:03:49
8
bawright
01:03:49
4
Amanda
01:03:51
4
Zana English
01:03:51
1. A lot of concern on social distancing
James Winkler
01:04:00
4
Inam Rahman
01:04:04
4
Beth Allan
01:06:13
it was a tremendous honor and it’s a great group.
Linda Cook
01:06:43
Thank you for your service, Beth and Larry.
Pat Shane
01:06:45
Hello everyone. Hope you all are doing well.
Kate Soriano
01:07:36
Welcome! You're listening to Larry Plank, the president of NSELA, speaking.
Kate Soriano
01:08:48
Our speaker is now Kevin Anderson, the president of the Council of State Science Supervisors.
Sharon Cates
01:09:39
Great resources from CSSS
Kate Soriano
01:10:39
Please share your questions as they come up here in the chat window. We will be collecting the questions for our presenters throughout the web seminar.
Kate Soriano
01:13:15
This is the link to tonight’s collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/CbGeCGZ4YzU_E
Kate Soriano
01:14:40
Resource #6 in the collection
Julie
01:14:53
Will we have access to this slide deck (complete with resource links) after this presentation?
Maral Malakian
01:15:32
Good question
Trish Shelton
01:16:01
Yes Julie! The slide deck will be added to the collection after the program as well as the recording,
Kate Soriano
01:16:12
@Julie, yes, this presentation will be added to the collection of resources here: https://my.nsta.org/collection/CbGeCGZ4YzU_E
Julie
01:16:13
Great!
Pat Shane
01:16:44
Thanks so much!
Maral Malakian
01:16:50
Thanks
Michelle
01:17:54
one to one teaching
Heather Segale
01:17:55
Offer virtual science education support
Pat Shane
01:18:08
I plan to work with science leaders to assist them.
Michelle
01:18:08
giving choice of in person or on-line
Tad
01:18:16
have you updated safety info for shared materials and "managing" lab partners?
Liz
01:18:17
All of our instructional periods are starting with a student check in.
Maggie Carrera-Bly
01:18:17
At the state level we’re developing documents to help with well-being guidelines
Michele Perella
01:18:17
Try to manage small groups remotely :)
Marjorie Olt Mertz
01:18:26
We have an advisory system in MS that will meet daily to address SEL
Bob Gilmore
01:18:26
choice and frequent check-ins
Liz
01:18:39
Provide lots of student voice and choice in our learning
Kelly White
01:18:40
Trying to connect with as many students as possible on a somewhat regular basis while teaching virtually.
Katherine Prammer
01:19:28
Make sure students have access continuously to wifi- access can change
Liz
01:21:04
I've also made arrangements with our school counselor for her to push into my classroom weekly. I teach a very high needs class and we really want to focus on self-regulation and self-awareness
Melissa Sleeper
01:21:09
I am face to face and virtual.
Trish Shelton
01:21:58
I love that Liz!
Maral Malakian
01:22:08
Face to face hybrid
Liz
01:22:26
I keep the school counselors close :) They are absolute rock stars
Lynn
01:22:37
Face to face, hyflex here...to start, who knows how long that will last!
Anna Detlefsen
01:22:55
This is where the benefit of being in the classroom face-to-face with all students (day 2 was today) has been a HUGE blessing across our district.
Glen Cochrane
01:23:08
it's important to support teachers in this challenging time
Maribel Ralla
01:23:09
check the accessibility of the internet to every students
Kate Soriano
01:23:51
This is the link to tonight’s collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/CbGeCGZ4YzU_E
Thomas Cork
01:23:59
Graduate of Hillsborough High School IB program here—now a Science AP in Brooklyn, NY! :)
Heather Segale
01:24:08
I am getting an error message when I try to download the resource materials? This site can’t be reached www.nsta.orghttp’s server IP address could not be found
Kate Soriano
01:24:13
Resource #5
Kevin Anderson
01:24:28
@Maribel - I think broadband access is a major equity issue of this generation!
Carol Wenk
01:24:42
Is it unrealistic to plan on covering the entire curriculum in the current situation? How do you decide which topics to include?
Kevin Anderson
01:24:53
Another place to access these resources is http://cosss.org/projects
Beth Allan
01:25:43
great question carol and one that a lot of teachers are asking.
Liz
01:25:47
Anyone have suggestions for teachers working in a district with no formal science curriculum for middle school and no science leadership in the district?
Kevin Anderson
01:25:55
@Carol, that's a great question. I think for content a district has to look carefully at a vertical progression to see what to include or not, though ensureing that all students are getting good 3D instruction
Kate Soriano
01:25:56
Thanks, Kevin. I'll keep share that link throughout as well.
Beth Allan
01:26:39
and to tag on to that Kevin, it’s really focusing on the big picture, letting go of those things that are not aligned to the standards and critical for future learning
Nicole Flynn
01:27:08
I'm feeling hopeful after some great collaboration happening with my teachers, but we might be more at a C than a B overall.
Jessie Everingham
01:27:12
I'm with Liz, looking for not only curriculum, but lesson plans.. We have no teachers to assist me in teaching high school microbiology and Life science.
Julie
01:27:27
I am thinking these variables will wreck havoc with statewide assessments as we have known them.
Michelle Varnau
01:27:54
@ Liz- I would concentrate on SEP's with local applications. Some free trials could be Stanford SCALE, Generation Genius, NSTA Daily Do's.
Marjorie Olt Mertz
01:28:22
The upside of this challenge is that we are more committed to collaboration than ever before. We are all so overwhelmed, that instead of competing, we are truly helping each other
Patty Corso
01:28:46
Just purchased Generation Genius. Plan to use this with my 7th grade.
Lauren Kaupp
01:28:59
Hi Liz (and others) there are free middle school materials on https://www.openscied.org/
Julie
01:29:09
@Maggie--collaboration is a silver lining!
Patty Corso
01:29:14
Using MosaMack with 6th grade.
Brenda Helm
01:29:25
Just also discovered Generation Genius. Haven’t purchased, but looks good!
Maral Malakian
01:30:06
MosaMack, you need to purchase.
Patty Corso
01:30:38
Yes, the school purchased this and rocket lit a few years back.
Katherine Prammer
01:30:49
For equity, everyone needs the same access. Without that, everything else fails.
Tad
01:30:57
B - really having trouble with the "push in" model of SPED and ELL - big equity issue if these supports can't be delivered with no small group seating, especially close enough for a whispering parallel teacher.
Maral Malakian
01:31:02
Agree!
Lauren Kaupp
01:31:44
No problem! There are also various vetted units here: https://www.nextgenscience.org/resources/examples-quality-ngss-design and lessons co-designed with NGSS experts and teachers here: https://sites.google.com/3d-grcscience.org/going3d/home
Joyce
01:33:13
Will states enforce mandatory testing this year?
Katherine Prammer
01:34:06
The poll only lets you select one option
Laurene Moses
01:34:12
only got to select 1
Lauren Kaupp
01:34:30
Joyce, states are able to request waivers from the US Dept of Ed and are not necessarily able to make that decision on their own.
Kevin Anderson
01:34:37
@Joyce - I know that the current admin wants that to be the case across the country, but we'll see what happens.
Julie
01:34:42
Oops! We can only choose one "struggling area" option here!
jodi_p
01:35:05
Every state will figure out how to do mandatory testing this year. The Dept of Ed is backing off on its rule to suspend teaching.
Kate Soriano
01:35:10
Yes, sorry - this wasn't a multiple multiple-choice test
Denise Kuehner
01:35:22
I am struggling with all of those choices in the poll!
Nonye Udotong
01:35:38
Me too!!
Nancy Tate
01:36:02
Right! So challenging to do the hands-on with younger kiddos.
Maral Malakian
01:36:05
PHET is great!
Kathy Kennedy
01:36:10
Revising the hands on portion - but also the decreased instructional time…how do we prioritize?
Sharron Leinweber
01:36:20
Gizmos is also wonderful
Sonya Berger
01:36:23
NYS Regents exam covers actual mandated labs in the classroom
Marjorie Olt Mertz
01:36:28
We are being told no group work and no shared supplies
Beth Allan
01:36:29
Me too Nonye!
Zana English
01:36:33
Trying to figure how to conduct labs this year has been a struggle
Lina Hashem
01:36:46
I used PHET last spring, it was great
Denise Kuehner
01:36:56
Any AP Science teachers here? I feel for you!
Carol Wenk
01:36:57
Phet is really good, as is Gizmos (but you need to purchase Gizmos). Gizmos has more life science options.
Cheryl Lydon
01:37:07
Louisiana is an OpenSciEd partner. They modifying released units to support remote learning over the next few months. The documents here are not a replacement for the original units but extra supports for this time. https://www.openscied.org/remote-learning-adaptations/
Beth Allan
01:37:11
we are also Zana, especially when the skills we want to teach them in the lab are hard to do online
Liz
01:37:12
PHET is phenomenal. Not sure if they finished converting everything away from flash though
Christine Depatie
01:37:17
great time to investigate nature
Maral Malakian
01:37:36
Teacher demo. Using disposable materials if we can
Marjorie Olt Mertz
01:37:54
We've been using gizmos for years but they are expensive. I'm planning on using CK12.org for free text interactive experiences
Kelly Evenson
01:38:04
Many of these.
Kevin Anderson
01:38:09
@Cheryl, I would second the OpenSciEd resources at middle school
Zana English
01:38:10
Thank you all for the suggestions
Cassandra Fight
01:38:10
I love PHET as well. CK12 is another resource that is really great.
Zana English
01:38:25
@Beth I’m struggling with that as well
Renu Singh
01:38:47
PHET is great resource.
Katherine Prammer
01:38:57
Are the requirements for college entrance for students changed, to match the lack of opportunity for students?
Maral Malakian
01:39:06
Seesaw has many lessons created by teachers that you can edit and use
Maral Malakian
01:39:34
Great question Katherine
Connie Hart
01:39:50
Open Sci Ed is fantastic!! Tried it last spring and although it was a lot of work to shift our teaching strategies (during a pandemic and distance learning!) it was so worth it!
Isabel Borges
01:40:04
I used Ted-Ed
Robin
01:40:07
I'm sorry I was late getting home. Will we have access to the slides at some point?
Katherine Prammer
01:40:25
If curriculum creates feel that online is temporary, they will not invest the same time in creating online resources. There needs to be clear expectations so that resources can be allocated at the correct level
Katherine Prammer
01:40:53
If curriculum creators feel that online is temporary, they will not invest the same time in creating online resources. There needs to be clear expectations so that resources can be allocated at the correct level
Wendi Vogel
01:40:56
If you ask students to do things at home or face to face, educators still need to think about how to abide by proper safety protocols. I love the NSTA Safety Blog with some resources for teachers, as well as a covid. https://www.nsta.org/topics/safety
Tad
01:41:11
The other assessment issue that is going to be huge is grading vs the formative assessment process. It's not just state assessments that limit the formative process.
Carol Wenk
01:41:17
How do you ensure integrity when administering assessments, especially at the HS level where cheating can be rampant to get a grade?
Nashwa
01:41:34
can you send me the power point you present
Trish Shelton
01:41:37
@Robin Yes the slides and the recording will be added to the collection after the web seminar so you can go back!
Rebecca Brewer
01:41:47
If you aren't familiar with Jamboard, I made a ~3 minute tutorial you may want to check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg_wDCjTLm4&feature=youtu.be
Lauren Kaupp
01:41:52
Katherine, that’s an interesting point – what is the quality of online resources and will there be further investments in digital learning that is standards-aligned and high-quality
Kate Soriano
01:42:04
@Robin This is the link to tonight’s collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/CbGeCGZ4YzU_E
Beth Allan
01:42:12
that’s a huge concern at every level Carol- but for me it means changing my assessments to be more performance based
Beth Allan
01:42:20
and that’s a lot more work
Coach
01:43:04
good point
Renu Singh
01:43:24
great point
Ibidunni Osundare
01:43:38
The USA (NSTA) are participated partnerships the Global Science Teacher Associations regarding the benchmark for all integrated cultural curriculums. Wow! Thanks for sharing this information for us beneficially.
Debra Shapiro
01:43:51
See the NSTA Reports landing page for stories of wat teachers did last year
Debra Shapiro
01:44:01
what
Robin
01:44:04
thank you!!
Maral Malakian
01:44:11
Using feedback via Microsoft Teams
Carol Wenk
01:44:11
Students submitting an oral lab report via a video. Talking about it allows them to show that they understand it.
Renu Singh
01:44:23
breakout session
Dan Sitzman
01:44:27
My wife has been teaching on-line only, asynchronous community college classes for the past 15 years. Big assessments, like finals, are always interesting. Just last week she and a colleague noticed that 8 students answered the same question the exact same way. Type the question into Google and guess what is at the top of the find? The key, like some have already said, is to have assessments that dig in to individual sense-making and personal connections, when possible.
Liz
01:44:34
Planning on getting some mileage out of the Mote extension for leaving verbal feedback in docs
Laurene Moses
01:44:44
I am planning on doing a blend of self reflection with growth mindset framing.
Liz
01:45:11
Love peer review protocols as well
Connie Hart
01:45:26
LOVE FlipGrid!! Unfortunately, not all students are comfortable with it. Hopefully they will warm up to it more this fall.
Lauren Kaupp
01:46:02
Connie good point! Also FlipGrid is not approved in all districts due to privacy/data sharing.
Kevin Anderson
01:46:05
@Dan - totally agree!
Katherine Prammer
01:46:14
If teachers are blended and dealing with sick students, they have multiple curriculum to develop each week. There probably needs 2 teachers per class, or a teacher with a teaching support staff
Laurene Moses
01:46:16
You can help the kids learn how to put images over their faces in Flipgrid
Tad
01:46:22
Don't forget a purpose of assessment to determine next steps for teachers AND students.
Marjorie Olt Mertz
01:46:24
I did find it easier to personalize learning goals when we were online in the spring...but the advantage was I knew the students since I had them for most of the year already. Establishing relationship this year just boggles my mind!
EMILY
01:46:43
Yeah, that's a big challenge!
Kevin Anderson
01:46:57
i have also heard assessment called a mentor and mentee relationship
Carol Wenk
01:47:41
What about using a mastery approach where students correct their work and explain their error for partial credit?
Liz
01:47:45
During summer school, it took about 3 weeks for kids to get comfortable with us and talking on camera. But once we connected, we were super tight. It's harder to start those relationships, but they get very strong
Tad
01:48:07
@LIz - why partial and not full if it is now correct?
Lynn
01:48:20
@Kevin - I like that idea and it true if we are giving constructive feedback on sense-making and conceptual understanding
Lauren Kaupp
01:48:20
Marjorie, definitely the relationship building is so foundational. There is trust involved in student sharing.
Carol Wenk
01:48:32
So everyone doesn’t end with a 100 average
Renu Singh
01:48:52
GoFormative is another tool
Nathan Duclos-Rickard
01:49:04
@Carol I am trying my best to incorporate more mastery learning this year. Nervous but excited to give students another way to show growth.
Tad
01:49:14
@ Carol, and the problem with that would be?
Lynn
01:49:21
Assessments should be standards based / mastery to better fit how students are working through things right now.. letter grades make NO sense right now!
Nicole Flynn
01:49:25
@Carol - Is it a problem for everyone to have a 100 average?
Nicole Flynn
01:49:45
What is a 100 average?
Cheryl Lydon
01:49:47
@Connie Hart - teachers I work with are allowing students to not be on the Flipgrid screen but still hear their voices. Important flexibility especially for our middle schoolers.
Trish Shelton
01:49:51
Focus QuestionsQuestion 1: How do you keep students’ needs at the forefront of decisions about curriculum, instruction, and/or assessment?Question 2: What virtual learning tools best support relevant 3D instruction? How?Question 3: If you’re in-person, how are you managing safety?
Lynn
01:57:09
Other: Decisions are being made without teacher input
Tina Hovance
01:57:29
What are you doing to build relationships with students when starting online?
ann marie carrick
01:57:33
Paul Anderson of Bozeman science has some great structures - has been offering workshops through his new website - mylearningspot.org, and has really made it seem like 3D instruction can happen remotely
Michelle
01:57:35
A2 Don't focus on the tools or limit the amount of tools
Connie Hart
01:57:35
Every aspect of our day will change
Sonya Berger
01:57:45
Goggle sterilizer cabinets can be used to sterilize other non-porous objects
Marie de Krieger
01:57:47
A2 - Focus should really be focused on sensemaking, the SEPs, best practices, and not so much the tools because tool fatigue is a real thing.
Gregory MacDougall
01:57:49
A1: “we are all first year teachers, so let’s help each other.”
Jessie Everingham
01:57:50
A1-By making student feel comfortable and safe by letting students turn on their video or not. Also, encouraging all students to use a plain wall or background to ensure equity.
Sharon Cates
01:57:56
A2 The tools are just tools. The sense making is what is important.
Kevin Anderson
01:58:00
A3 - It was interesting to hear that with hurricanes in the Virgin Islands, there are multiple reasons for virtual instruction - safety considerations on a whole other level! You're in our thoughts...
Lakshmi Nayak
01:58:03
We talked about how to know when a student gets something (without a multi-choice quiz)
Shannon Wachowski (Wyoming Dept. of Ed.)
01:58:08
A1-Ask them! Different formats for checking in with students, helping them self reflect, etc. Thanks for the great conversation Breakout Room 5!
Lakshmi Nayak
01:58:13
One person shared this site: http://stemteachingtools.org/sp/homebasedsciencelearning
Patti
01:58:13
A3, we discussed concerns for managing safety
Stephanie Stahl-Compton
01:58:14
A1 Apply lab safety to home
Laurene Moses
01:58:22
A1: I am using Flipgrid and google surveys with open ended questions
Renu Singh
01:58:24
Lot of sharing
Ibidunni Osundare
01:58:28
A3: CDCs read many articles in WHO’s quicker guidelines post COVID-19 external of the USA. Wow!
Stephanie Stahl-Compton
01:58:29
A3 Cleaning more than content
Cheryl Lydon
01:58:34
A1 - building relationships … STEM Family Challenges - https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/teach/activity/stem-activities-for-families/
hohlvi
01:58:42
We talked about how informal educators of Science/STEM can continue to provide good opportunities for students to participate in hands on lessons.\
Tina Hovance
01:58:42
A4: How do you build relationships with new students online?
Heather Segale
01:58:43
A4: Because the school district is choosing to go virtual but intending to review this decision every four weeks, it is setting up short-term instead of long-term planning.
Maribel Ralla
01:58:53
we provide.modules to every students with coordination of the local government unit in thier respective municipality/district
Michelle Varnau
01:58:57
Safety of at home and at school lab with doing activities. First aid kits, safety goggles, drills,
Tad
01:58:57
Don't forget about the informal science community - special programs that supplement curricula and instruction with specialized programs
Kevin Anderson
01:58:58
A3 - students only coming every other day...
Katherine Prammer
01:59:00
A1- Teachers need clear statements about expectations for assessment. Also differentiated learning to meet data from the assessments is complicated
Angelia Rougeau
01:59:30
Virtual Learning: Students rotating labs. Post a video of the lab. The only concern is the resources at home.
Michele Perella
01:59:36
A1 - Best way to determine students learning through assessment
Cheryl Lydon
02:00:01
Please DOWNLOAD the chat and post to the webinar site.
Kevin Anderson
02:00:06
https://www.nsta.org/blog/safety-recommendations-opening-new-school-year
Wendi Vogel
02:00:22
Check out the Web-event from NSELA and CSSS on safety. Worth the watch, seriously worth the watch, like today. https://youtu.be/GyilhajkBg8
Dennis Schatz
02:00:30
@Tad. I agree that the informal community has a large number of programs and resources -- and since they are virtual you are not limited by working with only local informal science institutions.
Beth Allan
02:00:54
i agree Wendi- that’s the greatest resource!
Patrick Bellman
02:01:05
We had students keep arms length apart from each other as a way to help them think of keeping distance from others.
Kelly Evenson
02:01:19
Taking students outside to learn opens up new issues for learning and safety.
Connie Hart
02:01:20
I have another meeting. Thanks so much!!
Kevin Anderson
02:01:38
@Kelly - agreed, no easy answers!
Ibidunni Osundare
02:01:52
Thanks!
Maribel Ralla
02:01:58
the best way to determine students learning is assessment,yes.. and we are facing this kind of issue of how can be able to ensure the integrity of every students in terms of assesment. i think this is also one of our focus to answer the issue..
Pooja Bajaj
02:02:04
Thanks to all...
sgulati
02:02:09
thanks
Denise Kuehner
02:02:10
For questions and support, there are great people on twitter
Kelly Evenson
02:02:11
The district offered a tent outside in Wisconsin. ;-)
Valorie Blackmon
02:02:17
VB: Teaching about safety is important by saying and giving the same information.
Laura Lindsley
02:02:24
As science teachers, let’s praise all the scientists who are working so hard on finding a vaccine.
Renu Singh
02:02:32
Thanks !
Kevin Anderson
02:02:35
Yes, join us on Twitter!!!
Patti
02:02:36
tent is a great idea!!
Kathy Kennedy
02:02:36
Thanks for a great session!
Lynn
02:02:46
NGSSchats are fantastic!
Cheryl Lydon
02:02:49
Hey everyone … I was reminded that you can download the chat if you want access to the links that were shared!
Patti
02:02:50
thanks to all
Katherine Prammer
02:02:54
Thanks for polling to get input
Larry Plank
02:03:06
Thanks all!
Kevin Anderson
02:03:08
Slow Twitter chat #ngssslowchat starts tonight, looking forward to it.
Maribel Ralla
02:03:12
thanks for the fruitful session..
Lynn
02:03:23
Thank you so very much for the resources and discussion!!
Lina Hashem
02:03:29
thank you
Isabel Borges
02:03:31
Thank you
Nashwa
02:03:33
Thank you for a great session
Denise Kuehner
02:03:34
thank you all
Ibidunni Osundare
02:03:36
Thanks
ALAGUSWATHY SENTHILKUMAR
02:03:41
Thankyou so much
Melissa Sleeper
02:03:42
Thank you!
Lauren Kaupp (HI)
02:03:45
Thank you panel! Thanks to NSTA for hosting and everyone for joining!
Kelly Evenson
02:03:47
Thanks for all of the great ideas everyone!
Lakshmi Nayak
02:03:49
Thank you.
Kevin Anderson
02:03:51
Take care everyone!
Sharron Leinweber
02:03:53
Yes, thank you all for all of the resources you provided as well as the very real conversation!
Trish Shelton
02:03:54
link to #NGSSslowchat https://twitter.com/hashtag/NGSSslowchat?src=hashtag_click
Beth Allan
02:03:55
Thankyou for coming everyone- I learned a lot and will take back some of your suggestions
Christine Comas
02:03:56
Thank you
Sharon Cates
02:04:01
Thank you everyone.
Kate Soriano
02:04:02
This is the link to tonight’s collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/CbGeCGZ4YzU_E
Carol Wenk
02:04:04
Thank you for sharing your ideas for resources
Alicia Harewood-Rousseau
02:04:08
Thank you! best of luck for this school year !
Dr. Gale Frazier
02:04:10
Wonderful session!!!
Kevin Anderson
02:04:12
Resources here too: http://cosss.org/projects
Patty Corso
02:04:16
Thank you all for you thoughts, ideas, and guidance!
Gloria Lepari
02:04:20
Thank you so much!
Beth Allan
02:04:26
Good luck everyone and know that NSTA is there for you! nsta.org
Kate Soriano
02:04:28
NSTA Web Seminars (open to all)https://my.nsta.org/webseminars
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:04:34
Thank You So Much
Bob Gilmore
02:04:45
Thanks for the support.
Trish Shelton
02:04:46
Here is a direct link to register for the safety seminar https://my.nsta.org/event/web-seminar-lab-safety-considerations-for-back-to-school-august-31-2020
Eunyeong Lee
02:04:46
Thank you very much!
Marie de Krieger
02:04:48
Thank you!!!
Tad
02:04:52
Thanks
Jessica Warth
02:04:59
Thank you so much!!