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All Learning is Social and Emotional Part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Karla Barkman
39:36
Hello from Soldotna!
Carrie Lunardi
40:28
Hi! Julie Doepken and Carrie Lunardi here from Seward!
Cindy McKibben
40:28
Hello back to you from Soldotna! :-)
Cheryl Dow
40:42
Hello Everyone!
Rafe
40:46
Hello from an icy Bethel!!
Jennifer Bleicher
40:49
hello from Wasilla Jennifer Bleicher
Melissa Crane
40:53
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-all-learning-is-social-and-emotional-fall-2019/
Jennifer Bleicher
40:54
I have bust duty
Shane McBurney
41:13
Hello All.
Holly
41:30
Greetings for SoEL~
RaeEllen
41:35
I can see power point now THANKS
teacher
42:34
Barb Whiteman from Napakiak here.
Emily Dinges
43:57
Emily from Palmer! All my students are picked up. now. :)
Julie Doepken
50:40
They're just lil' sponges
Elizabeth Ross
52:42
Coffee!
Tina Tuls
52:45
coffee!!!!
RaeEllen
52:47
Shower, vit D and Omega 3
Julie Doepken
52:50
Snap Chat communication with my two college-aged daughters
Erin
52:50
Take a shower!
Meredith McCullough
52:55
Cup of tea with my husband, and an alarm of when I have to leave the house that's the Captain America theme song, cuz I can do this all day.
sheila.keller
52:55
Say goodbye to my pets and remind them to have a good day.
Billeen
52:58
ALL the things. Lift weight, listen to music, shower, coffee.
Holly
52:59
Turn on my Pandora music!
Susan Pfeiffenberger
53:00
Write in a gratitude journal.
Shane Bostic
53:05
Check in with teachers before students arrive.
Cindy Worley
53:05
coffee and Bible
Cindy McKibben
53:07
Driving to school and thinking about my day ahead. Sometimes while driving to work I talk to my family that lives in Ohio.
Kellie
53:08
coffee and my quiet time reading
Elizabeth Ross
53:09
Shower, blow dry hair. It's cold in Fairbanks!
Rafe
53:10
Music
Ms Roust
53:10
Having a gentle wake up with my three year old.
karenmcmillan
53:12
coffee
stacy foshee
53:12
Coffee is a must and then listening to NPR on my drive to work.
Karla Barkman
53:12
Coffee and shower.
Sloan_Katelyn
53:13
Podcost on the way to work.
lila
53:13
Coffee and write my list for the dya
Jeremiah Harrington
53:18
I like listening to audiobooks and podcasts on the drive in.
Gretchen
53:20
Coffee and cutting up apples for me, my son and (my dogs:)
Shane McBurney
53:21
Sitting down to eat breakfast with coffee and Kombucha.
Joanna
53:21
I have a hot drink and save time for myself to sit, do yoga or check my email
Terry Pike
53:24
Wlake the dogs and feed the chickens...
kelley.harvey
53:26
I try to get to school a half an hour early when I am one of the only people there and I can just zen myself into a learning/teaching place.
Carrie Lunardi
53:30
Carrie: green tea and honey, breakfast with my daughters
Kendall
53:32
I listen to music every morning. Usually Pandora . Also coffee!
spickett
53:37
I like to have at least a half hour of quiet time in my classroom.
Elizabeth Ross
53:41
Leaving early
Maryjane
53:41
Drink coffee and play with my puppy
Karla Barkman
53:44
I think through my day in the shower. . . have some of my best ideas during this time.
kbrumfield
53:45
I have morning snuggle time with each of my 5 animals individually before I can even do my day.
Jennifer Bleicher
53:45
I get to school and listen to Gordon Lightfoot.
Frieda
53:52
meditate- sitting quietly
rebecca paul
53:53
Up at 5:00 for a smoothie, green tea and mediation
Cheryl Dow
53:55
coffee
Dana
54:02
Listening to NPR while I get ready for the day. Of course…coffee.
kbrumfield
54:07
I also have a 45 minute commute and I listen to a book or podcast
Lynne
54:08
my morning routine includes mindset exercises and positive affirmations for the day.
Denise
54:10
Just one 10 minute snooze
teacher
54:12
Barb Whiteman: I do exercises in a dimly lit room, then have a glass of water before going out the arctic entryway. My walk to work is amazing; I can see the stars in the early morning. I give myself an extra hour before we are to be at school. I can set my own pace during that one hour at school.
tanya wimer
54:23
coffee and prayer 🙏
Amy Budge
54:25
Spend time with my dog. Review my calendar and list. Have a good breakfast with coffee. SAD light and good music.
Julie Doepken
54:29
Ha! I was going to say my Snooze button, too! At least once!
sheila.keller
57:34
Happy belated birthday!
RaeEllen
01:04:43
clarify the question please
Elizabeth Ross
01:04:45
A professional makes choices about what a student is learning based on what the student needs. And is able to explain why they are doing what they are doing.
Maryjane
01:04:45
A professional reaches out to peers and isn't afraid to ask for help.
Cindy McKibben
01:04:51
A laborer will be more of a complainer about their job and how hard it is and how much work there is to do.
Shane Bostic
01:04:53
Professional talks about kids. Laborer talks about tasks
tanya wimer
01:05:00
takes classes
Meredith McCullough
01:05:06
The "professional" teachers I've worked with usually have articles or research they've read that they can offer to people who want to extend their learning.
lila
01:05:07
Attitude towards commitments - being willing to do what is best, not what is easiest
Cindy Worley
01:05:08
Laborer watches the data to see where they are performing
Julie Doepken
01:05:09
A professional is more open to change, laborer more apt to resist change.
Emily Dinges
01:05:09
Professionals seem to have more pride in what they do. Laborer is doing it because they have to (not want to).
Elizabeth Ross
01:05:10
A laborer says I have to get through this curriculum!
Dana
01:05:11
A professional seeks to understand and grow
teacher
01:05:11
Barb Whiteman: The professional sees themselves as the boss, in charge of their environment and tasks outcomes. The laborer is channeled to a single task or outcome that can be seen.
Cindy McKibben
01:05:30
A professional teacher isn't afraid to say they don't know something and are willing to learn
Kellie
01:05:31
laborer is less likely to take a role of fostering growth in your school such as committees or extra tasks
Karla Barkman
01:05:35
A professional learns new things, looks for ways to improve.
kbrumfield
01:05:46
Professional may smile more and feel happier
rolinda ford
01:05:51
Professional uses curriculum as resources, picks and chooses what to use to best meet the needs of their students.
Erin
01:05:51
Professional: looks to improve their practice. Laborer: Uses what is working.
Julie Doepken
01:05:52
I see myself in both aspects
Amy Budge
01:05:56
Professional is taking classes and discuss with others for solutions to problems. Laborer may be a newer teacher who is trying to cover standards
Elizabeth Ross
01:05:56
I liked the change comment. That's a great discriptor
Kendall
01:05:57
I think the laborer is more concerned with "clock in and clock out". A professional is always excited about new units they are creating and putting that extra time in to create it.
Derek
01:05:58
pro - uses a variety of tools to meet needs of their students laborer - follows the book
Ms Roust
01:05:58
Teacher who see themselves as professionals have an understanding of child development.
gabrielle.testerman
01:06:00
Professionals use data to implement a learning plan for a struggling student.
Granger
01:06:01
a professional is looking to be better and looks for and accepts feeback
Karla Barkman
01:06:02
Professional opens classroom to others.
sheila.keller
01:06:02
But maybe a laborer vents more of the time about students and a professional discusses what the learner is displaying to figure the child out and advance their learning.
kelley.harvey
01:06:06
the professional knows their students and uses the cuuriculum and tools needed, or seeks them out, to meet the needs of their studnet. A laborer teaches a set path of skills/lessons with little differentiation or deviation from that path.
Terry Pike
01:06:17
A professional feels energized by challenges and can work towards reaching solutions, a laborer feels limited by challenges and keeps doing the same prescribed thing hoping for a better result.
rolinda ford
01:06:33
A Professional is happy and enjoying their jobs
spickett
01:06:38
As a fairly new teacher I am a laborer, but would like to be more of a professional.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:06:42
A professional focuses on what needs to be done and challenges themselves to do better.
Shane McBurney
01:06:50
Professional teacher are always learning and changing the way they teach.
Karla Barkman
01:06:50
Professional takes change in stride, laborer may wish things to stay the same
stacy foshee
01:07:09
A professional may sees himself/herself as having more control over situations where as a laborer might not feel like they have as much control over situations.
Joanna
01:07:13
A professional is flexible in supplementing when necessary. The laborer will plug away to get through it
rolinda ford
01:07:21
A professional sees self as a learner
Gretchen
01:07:28
It is possible to go from one place in the continuum to the other in a given week, month, year.
Jeremiah Harrington
01:07:32
I feel as if the laborer mindset is like my base instinct, and I have to fight to refocus on student learning.
sheila.keller
01:07:35
Not sure if there is this dichotomy.
gabrielle.testerman
01:07:56
A professional seeks out all forms of motivational avenues to make a difference in student success.
karenmcmillan
01:07:59
reflects on practice regularly and thinks of ways to become better
Kendall
01:08:11
I agree that that those labels can change depending on what is going on in your job or personal life.
Julie Doepken
01:08:45
Yes, Kendall. I was just a major laborer with a full week of book fair. ;)
Gretchen
01:09:31
Taking care of your social, emotional , and physical self may help you be more in the Professional realm.
lila
01:09:33
I think this would help identify areas for my personal growth
lila
01:09:50
Also help students identify areas for personal growth
Meredith McCullough
01:09:50
I like that this tool phrases everything with positive statements. It limits the opportunity to begin doubting oneself and spiraling in a negative direction. I'd be curious how my students would do with this.
spickett
01:09:50
Reflection, reflection, reflection. This would be very useful.
Dana
01:09:57
This helps students become reflective on their strengths and areas in need of growth.
Ms Roust
01:10:02
It’s always helpful to be able to self assess. Looking for areas of strength and areas to challenge.
RaeEllen
01:10:11
I might use in the dark months to focus myself to see the brightness of my talents
rebecca paul
01:10:15
I would use this for self-reflection and introspection as I grow professionally.
Julie Doepken
01:10:21
I appreciate the 'yet' way of the phrasing. It's a definite growth mindset feel.
Derek
01:10:25
self assess in ways that I would not typically do
Granger
01:10:27
helps to identify where I can improve
Cindy McKibben
01:10:27
It would be interesting to assess yourself and then have your team asses you also. It would take a very brave and vulnerable team, but it would be interesting to see how you see yourself vs, how others see you.
Kellie
01:10:33
Take a chance to reflect upon this at various times of the year to judge where we are at
Shane Bostic
01:10:43
Measurement of ongoing reflection.
rebecca paul
01:10:57
I always appreciate a growth mindset
sheila.keller
01:11:06
Concise! Okay, I could work on that…
Terry Pike
01:11:21
This might also be nice to use in thinking not only how we see ourselves, and also how our colleagues view us.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:11:24
I always self assess my day. If I had a bad one I ask myself why and make a self-adjustment.
Joanna
01:11:39
I assume these statements and the reflections might change for individuals as the year continues
Julie Doepken
01:11:42
I appreciate, too, that there is a spot to think about who could be a supporter in your journey.
Elizabeth Ross
01:11:47
I somehow exited the Webinar, but I got back in
Denise
01:11:58
Looks like a great tool to look at areas to improve and continue to build on.
Amy Budge
01:12:06
I noticed that I am mostly in the green and would assume others see themselves as well but it would be good to know how our staff feels so that the avenue is open for helping one another grow.
Billeen
01:12:09
I like to turn this kind of material over to my high school students so that we can talk about it as a group. I try to model being a learner by asking for their input ans seeing where they think they are at.
rolinda ford
01:12:33
This would give you some insight on what you needed to work on at any given time. I like the idea of taking it and letting your team members also assess you.
lisa.peterson
01:12:37
Wait where can I get this complete assessment- what is meant by handouts?
Elizabeth Ross
01:12:48
Some of the things I see would not be the same as someone seeing mee
Julie Doepken
01:13:19
Lisa: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-all-learning-is-social-and-emotional-fall-2019/
stacy foshee
01:13:36
I think it’s important to have a reflective practice.
lisa.peterson
01:13:42
Thanks Julie D
Elizabeth Ross
01:15:15
I am lacking in strategies…
Julie Doepken
01:15:21
Hmmmm...depends on the amount of stress in the day :)
lisa.peterson
01:15:22
By paying attention
Kelly Thrun
01:15:23
Have my husband pack my lunch!
Gretchen
01:15:24
Try to not eat processed food.
Elizabeth Ross
01:15:25
Drive past Mcdonalds!
Emily Dinges
01:15:30
Less snacking
Cindy McKibben
01:15:31
I know I feel horrible when I eat something that doesn't agree with me
Susan Pfeiffenberger
01:15:32
Difficult right now
Denise
01:15:33
bring food from home for lunch...not school lunch
Rafe
01:15:37
Exercise when hungry
Terry Pike
01:15:38
Buy fresh rather than processed food as much as possible.
Holly
01:15:38
I try to eat my 3 meals and not skip any.
Maryjane
01:15:39
I experiment with different recipes using healthy ingredients
Amy Budge
01:15:39
buy from our Homer Farmer's Market
Dana
01:15:43
I try to not purchase unhealthy food and then I don’t have it around.
Lynne
01:15:43
By crowding out the bad...adding so much Whole Foods in, that it crowds out the bad choices of food
Jennifer Bleicher
01:15:44
I have used my fitness pal and I prepare my own food.
Suzanne
01:15:46
Make healthy lunches for the entire week on Sunday
stacy foshee
01:15:46
Using Myfitnesspal to track calories
sheila.keller
01:15:47
Buy healthy food. Stop eating at 6 PM. Work out so that all around, I feel it is working!
rolinda ford
01:15:47
Staying away from bread
Emily Dinges
01:15:47
Eat leftovers instead of purchasing fast food
kbrumfield
01:15:47
Food prep on Sunday for the whole week!
gabrielle.testerman
01:15:49
I cook my lunches on the week-end for the week.
RaeEllen
01:15:49
drink more tea instead of opening a soda
Erin
01:15:50
Its hard, but sometimes I just focus on portion control.
Billeen
01:15:55
Try to avoid eating the entire box of Chickin n Bisquit in one setting.
Cindy Worley
01:15:57
Planning ahead and drink water
Granger
01:15:57
avoid buying unhealthy food
teacher
01:15:57
Barb Whiteman: I follow a diabetic food program even though I am not diabetic. My husband also joins me in this endeavor.
spickett
01:15:58
Whole food/Plant Based. Try to avoid excess sugar.
Kendall
01:15:59
I do better when I pack a healthy snack. Then I can avoid other tempting junk food.
rebecca paul
01:16:01
I only purchase healthy foods----- I am good until 3pm when chocolate is very attractive
kelley.harvey
01:16:02
Bringing a lunch and prepping it the night before helps.
Ms Roust
01:16:02
Trying to make sure I’m eating fruits and veggies with each meal and snack!
lila
01:16:06
I don't always eat healthy but I try to menu plan on Sunday and I use a meal tracker. I use support from my friends to stay on Whole 30.
Amy Budge
01:16:06
Drink water.
Karla Barkman
01:16:06
I make my lunch every night for the next day. Usually some kind of salad. And yes, drinking water.
Joanna
01:16:08
I try to eat whole foods and take the time to cook so I know what is in my food
Frieda
01:16:09
I am allergic to corn (corn syrup, corn starch) so that means all prepackaged foods are off limits. that means no junk.. just home cooked food. I go hunting and subsist all summer long for the winter in rural alaska
Shane Bostic
01:16:10
Prepare lunch ahead of time. Very easy to grab unhealthy stuff on the run.
Kellie
01:16:14
No soda
Amy Budge
01:16:16
Make my own lunches
Kelly Thrun
01:16:18
I set a goal for the week, month, year.
Amy Budge
01:16:46
Eat lots of salmon
Julie Doepken
01:17:25
We have something like that for our staff here at Seward El
Cindy McKibben
01:17:44
Sure would be nice to have an empty room or even a closet for this!
Julie Doepken
01:18:07
It's so nice to know it's there
Amy Budge
01:18:23
I have zero gravity chair in my classroom for myself and teachers who come to talk to me.
Dana
01:21:12
I love the morning meeting for adults! We can’t take care of our students if the adults are in need of SEL too. Wonderful place to work.
kelley.harvey
01:21:56
Is it me or is there a clown in that group?
Ms Roust
01:22:08
Isn’t there one in every group?
kelley.harvey
01:22:15
sorry I am a little ADD I think
Cindy McKibben
01:22:36
I love this morning meeting!
Billeen
01:22:46
great costume. Perfect.
kelley.harvey
01:23:08
love this but did you get a lot of push back "too busy for htis
kelley.harvey
01:23:12
this"
stacy foshee
01:23:14
This could be a game changer…
kelley.harvey
01:24:03
that is awesome!!
Billeen
01:24:18
Are you hiring?
RaeEllen
01:25:55
is this Casel a piece of a larger list?
RaeEllen
01:26:29
thanks
Kristie Cotroneo
01:26:40
I have searched CASEL for kiddos but never thought of looking at it for adults.
kelley.harvey
01:26:46
CASEL is a GREAT website for SEL work. I love it.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:28:10
I would like to look at CASEL..
kelley.harvey
01:29:27
I think RTI/MTSS has really shifted a lot of those findings....at least at my school.
Maryjane
01:29:38
That is hard to own, but probably so
lila
01:30:13
It is a great point to bring up.
Julie Doepken
01:30:15
Yes, Maryjane, it is. But totally something I need to check myself on
spickett
01:30:21
This should be a sermon! It is hitting home in so many areas… :)
lisa.peterson
01:30:38
This happens but it is not “low performing colleagues”- it seems as colleagues that are less “favored”
Karla Barkman
01:30:43
Certainly something to think about.
Elizabeth Ross
01:30:44
I feel there are some teachers that might feel that way about teachers. I wonder if I am seen as lower performing?
gabrielle.testerman
01:30:46
Perceived to be low-performing!!
kelley.harvey
01:30:52
It also really depends on the teacher I would think. And the age level too, the way we "do school" is very different at the elementary level than it is at the upper levels.
Kristie Cotroneo
01:30:53
I think all of these things are the case. I truly believe we need to start looking at each other with empathy and realize we are all human.
Julie Doepken
01:31:22
Well said Kristie
gabrielle.testerman
01:31:53
Isolation is painful in a profession where there is al lot of collaborating happening.
Amy Budge
01:31:55
This is worth taking time to examine.
lila
01:34:05
Wow
Cindy McKibben
01:36:46
The demands of our profession can cause compassion fatigue
Elizabeth Ross
01:36:57
Caring too much and becoming overwhelmed
kelley.harvey
01:37:58
That compassion can turn into self doubt and feeling so helpless when we can't "fix it"
lila
01:38:19
Wow
lila
01:38:28
I haven't heard of this before!
Jennifer Frymark
01:39:36
I don’t know about teacher preparation courses but in counseling prep we talk about self-care and combating burnout and fatigue. It would be helpful for all helping professions to talk about it.
RaeEllen
01:40:03
Fatigue hard to stop when the students we serve in ongoing ACES/Trauma
Mary
01:40:23
Yes, RaeEllen!
kelley.harvey
01:40:51
Jennifer, now more than ever it should be a part of any teacher preparation program.
Holly
01:41:10
I had compassion fatigue my first year of teaching 6th grade in a different state. I had kids tell me that they would not do the D.A.R.E. program because they were not drug free.
sheila.keller
01:41:53
We might be dealing with opioid addiction in our own family- and we can’t help and that can be brought into our work- But students seem to help us refocus, on them!
Julie Doepken
01:42:17
I snuggle under a blanker and raed
spickett
01:42:18
Prayer…
Cindy McKibben
01:42:19
Talk with my confidant
Julie Doepken
01:42:20
blanket
Kelly Thrun
01:42:21
Go for a long walk with my dog
Erin
01:42:22
Music and alone time
Emily Dinges
01:42:23
Play with my dogs. :)
Granger
01:42:24
wrestle my kids
Cheryl Dow
01:42:25
Go for a walk
lila
01:42:25
Run or work out
Elizabeth Ross
01:42:26
My cat Pebbles and a good murder mystery
Mary
01:42:26
TAlk it out with a trusted adult!!
Gretchen
01:42:27
Talk it out with a colleague.
Frieda
01:42:27
Go home and breathe. Find something else I enjoy
rebecca paul
01:42:28
Prayer
Dana
01:42:29
Long walk with my dog…he listens and doesn’t give advice.
Jennifer Frymark
01:42:29
I come home and play with my son or dog, read, eat a little ice cream.
Kristie Cotroneo
01:42:30
Exercise
teacher
01:42:31
Barb Whiteman: Walk outside, run the snow-go on the trails, sew, garden
Ms Roust
01:42:35
I have lunch every day with my BFF. (The teacher across the hall.) We vent a lot.
gabrielle.testerman
01:42:35
Quiet time on my sofa - doing nothing
Shane McBurney
01:42:36
Go on a hike with my wife and dog. :)
Julie Doepken
01:42:37
Chocolate is always appropriate for me, too.
Derek
01:42:37
long run
Terry Pike
01:42:39
Our school counselor is really good at helping maintain a healthy perspective.
stacy foshee
01:42:40
Snuggles with my dog on the couch
Joanna
01:42:40
workout
Denise
01:42:42
just cry sometimes...
Frieda
01:42:42
Game night
rebecca paul
01:42:42
Walk on the beach
Kelly Thrun
01:42:43
Sit in the hot tub
Kellie
01:42:45
PJs and a blanket
kelley.harvey
01:42:45
Be with my husband....he's my therapy puppy :)
Mary
01:42:50
Go to yoga! Restorative...
Cindy Worley
01:42:51
Read
sheila.keller
01:42:52
Work out anyway. And work out hard.
Lynne
01:42:53
Talk it through with someone - or doing something mindless as an escape
karenmcmillan
01:42:57
go for a walk
stacy foshee
01:43:05
Go for a long bike ride
RaeEllen
01:43:07
How do we help staff who is in compassion fatigue status?
Amy Budge
01:43:40
I spend time on my elliptical and on my porch and look at the mountains. Breathe. Walk my dog.
RaeEllen
01:43:51
I care for self by binge watching NCIS crime shows
RaeEllen
01:44:00
and exercise and ted talks
Karla Barkman
01:44:48
I get outside or workout.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:45:21
old movies
Kristie Cotroneo
01:47:17
One thing that I think would be extremely valuable would be to have teachers reflect on their own ACES and finding ways to begin their self healing.
spickett
01:47:19
So true...
Ms Roust
01:47:23
You can’t pour from an empty cup.
Jennifer Frymark
01:47:47
When I have teachers come to me and need to talk I let them know that I am there for them as well as the students. It helps the students to have a better experience when the staff are doing well to.
Granger
01:47:52
agreed, we can only give what we have
RaeEllen
01:47:59
hard on families of the worker
Elizabeth Ross
01:48:04
If they don’t have anything to give to the students, and the students need something…then you feel sorry for the kids that have that teacher
Cindy McKibben
01:48:11
burnout can be contagious to others who may be on the bring of compassion fatigue
sheila.keller
01:48:16
Like being a parent, teaching is a hard job. We owe it to our students to do everything we can to come to work ready to put their development first. It’s hard.
kbrumfield
01:48:17
I am the K-12 School Counselor and I make my room and time available to staff as well to offer a safe place to talk, cry, or sit.
Dana
01:48:19
Jennifer you have always been so gracious, but you gotta take care of you too. :-)
Carrie Lunardi
01:48:37
Carrie: If we want to work as a team, it's difficult to work with burned out staff. The team isn't as strong.
Kendall
01:48:46
People you work with can help motivate you when you are not feeling motivated. So when there is no emotional support you have trouble pushing yourself.
Elizabeth Ross
01:48:50
And then the school has to help provide what the teacher can not.
Cindy Worley
01:48:57
I agree. It causes those not experiencing compassion fatigue to take on more and then spread to others who were healthy.
Mary
01:49:07
Small irritations, unsolved issues can build up over a career...many a retirement may be due to some level of burnout!
Jennifer Frymark
01:49:09
Lol I’m getting better at it Dana.
spickett
01:49:16
If one suffers we all suffer eventually.
Denise
01:49:21
The way that a staff member will handle situations with colleagues or children is affected by how present they are able to be.
Gretchen
01:50:01
It is helpful to put a name to it. It makes one feel like you can help other teachers when they go through it. It is more prevalent now than ever before.
Cindy McKibben
01:50:49
What are specific ways to build resiliency
Amy Budge
01:50:57
I agree Gretchen.
Derek
01:51:22
It's also important to recognize that a coworker may have CF sometimes, and sometimes not. It ebbs and flows
Mary
01:51:34
I know many teachers who never go to the staff lounge, but it may be just to avoid the doughnuts!
Dana
01:54:43
At Joy the have a “You Make a Difference” board (or they did when I was there) and it was a way to recognize the good in others. Students and staff could submit the forms. Also, they have family pictures up around the school.
Rafe
01:54:54
Thats cool!!!
Ms Roust
01:56:11
We started a
Ms Roust
01:56:32
We started a “Reflective Practice” group. It has been amazing.
Mary
01:57:28
I know of a school that had a "laughing" club for students and staff. They got together for 5 minutes and just laughed! Spirit lifter for sure!
Elizabeth Ross
01:57:46
Laughter Yoga exists
sheila.keller
01:57:52
’76 Cutlass Supreme
Gretchen
01:58:21
66 Candy Apple Red Ford Mustang
Diana Kurka
01:58:38
57 Ford convertible. White
Diana Kurka
01:59:00
Mine used more oil than gas!
Julie Doepken
01:59:11
I appreciate so much that today's focus was on adults -- we need to take care of ourselves.
Cindy McKibben
01:59:29
I agree Julie!
Maryjane
01:59:33
74 Plymouth Scamp-similar to the Dart
RaeEllen
01:59:54
I need more sessions and classes like this one
Melissa Crane
01:59:55
Handouts: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-all-learning-is-social-and-emotional-fall-2019/Survey 3: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8JBC7KQ
Shane McBurney
01:59:58
64 Cutless
sheila.keller
02:00:02
Thank you.
kelley.harvey
02:00:07
The CASEL website is so easy to navigate and has so many great resources.
Tina Tuls
02:00:12
loved this session! thanks! :)
Ms Roust
02:00:12
Thank you Nancy!
Mary
02:00:14
Some participants are not posting to all panelists and attendees...
Jennifer Bleicher
02:00:22
It's important to focusoon ourselves.
Lynne
02:00:23
loved the information in this webinar
karenmcmillan
02:00:24
Thank you
Cheryl Dow
02:00:24
Thank you!
Jennifer Frymark
02:00:31
Thank you Nancy.
kbrumfield
02:00:32
Thank you!!
Melissa Crane
02:00:32
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-all-learning-is-social-and-emotional-fall-2019/Survey 3: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8JBC7KQ
Julie Doepken
02:00:36
Can I ask about the December 12th date? It wasn't in the original list and is a differnt day of the week.
stacy foshee
02:00:45
Thank you! Really enjoyed discussion around adult SEL
Amy Budge
02:00:58
.Thank you Nancy
Shane McBurney
02:01:05
Great class Nancy! So important to get that adult SEL in order.
gabrielle.testerman
02:01:11
This webinar was an eye-opener.
RaeEllen
02:01:18
is final paper guide line posted somewhere?
Terry Pike
02:02:05
Is there a January 4th, Saturday, session? Or am I reading the calendar wrong?
Julie Doepken
02:02:08
Was it a typo? Should it have said the 17th?
Nancy Frey
02:02:15
My apologies! I had the wrong date!!! Im back DECEMBER 17!!!!
Diana Kurka
02:02:17
The paper requirements should be posted in Module 1.
Melissa Crane
02:02:25
January 14th
Julie Doepken
02:02:48
Thank you Nancy
Amy Budge
02:03:32
I still do not see the Power Point for us to access.
Melissa Crane
02:03:44
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-all-learning-is-social-and-emotional-fall-2019/Survey 3: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8JBC7KQ
kbrumfield
02:04:07
Where in Module 1 do we see the paper info?
Mary
02:04:08
Bonnie, I sent an email about the Teaching Channel, rather clunky for posting and reviewing posts.
lila
02:04:22
thank you!!
Karla Barkman
02:04:39
Thank you. Great session!
lisa.peterson
02:04:43
Yes, this was good- I have been saying the same thing for years!