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All Learning is Social and Emotional Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly Thrun
34:49
Hi Stacy
Joanna
35:08
Hi from Homer!
Stacy Foshee
35:08
Hello Kelly
RaeEllen
36:04
are we able to receive the power point?
Melissa Crane
36:35
Register for Credit: http://www.cvent.com/d/lyqxvt
kbrumfield
37:34
Howdy from Haines
Rafe
38:14
Hello everyone from Bethel!!
erin.carriker
41:32
Sorry I’m late. I had a hard time logging in. (Erin C-Juneau)
Cindy McKibben
43:20
Cindy McKibben here
RaeEllen
43:23
are others having lag issues?
Bonnie Goen
43:27
Yes, email me after class and we can take care of it for you
Doug Fisher
43:29
Yes
Ms Roust
43:32
Yes
Carrie
43:34
Yes
Karla Barkman
43:59
I am having a bit too. . . .
Lila
44:13
Yes, it took me about 6 min to get in. Audio is fuzzy right now.
lisa.peterson
44:20
Yes, having problems hearing, too
Lila
44:22
I can still understand.
Lila
44:31
Clear now
Erin Carriker
45:38
it’s so sad. twenty years ago when I started teaching. that’s what we all did 😬
Jerry White
46:02
FINALLY! Jerry White from Bethel is on.
Kristie Cotroneo
46:22
I think clip charts are tricky too and I like the idea of flipping. Conversation is key to creating a relationship which will then help with behavior management.
Lila
46:22
But they are still really good for hanging art work :)
Maryjane
47:15
I use clothes pins as chip clips (maybe not in class, unless I hide them in my desk.)
Erin Carriker
47:52
class dojo points
Dana
48:11
Avoid anything that humiliates a student.
Billeen Carlson
48:22
Ugh... Just ran into this in my son's 3-4 classroom. I'm trying to figure out how to encourage the teacher to get rid of it without violating the very nature of her being.
Jennifer Bleicher
48:26
Jennifer Bleicher signing in--I had bus duty.
Stacy Foshee
48:47
I agree with Kristie. Clip charts can be a form of public shaming
Jennifer Bleicher
50:53
I agree
Derek
51:35
Not me!
rebecca paul
52:31
I like the touch light idea!
Derek
52:50
oops, that wasn't in regards to the last comment before :)
Jennifer Frymark
53:00
I’m really liking the spinning wheel and the touch light ideas.
Dana
54:04
Texting is a wonderful idea!
Karla Barkman
54:20
Liking the class promises poster and the touch light ideas!
Stacy Foshee
54:37
That’s a great idea. Allowing the teacher to resolve the conflict with the students it’s a win win!
Kristie Cotroneo
54:43
This is a wonderful idea the teacher student relationship is super important and when teachers and students create that bond with student management later becomes easier.
Jennifer Bleicher
55:04
It builds trust too
rebecca paul
55:17
Sooooo true!!
Cindy McKibben
55:20
I love the idea of admin covering class while teacher and student discuss in hallway. Sort of like reverse suspension
lisa.peterson
56:15
I like that…teachers need to stop being treated like robots or expected to act like robots.
Jennifer Bleicher
56:54
yes we are human...
Jennifer Frymark
58:05
I’ve had teachers ask me to step in while they worked with a student having problems and it worked so well, that teacher and student had a great bond even when other issues happened.
RaeEllen
58:27
ideas how to help resolve with students with on- going ACES in programs so they can start learning ?
Billeen Carlson
58:40
Student reflection and ownership.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:01:33
Students in my math class have to write about the why?
Kendall
01:01:35
Communication between teachers and students is very important.
Mary
01:03:13
lagging issues
Elizabeth Ross
01:03:13
Horrible lag…
Kellie D.
01:03:14
audio troubles again
Karla Barkman
01:03:22
Can anyone understand the kids?
Karla Barkman
01:03:24
I can't
Jennifer Bleicher
01:03:33
The audio is off
sheila.keller
01:03:33
Can’t make anything out.
Michelle Thomason
01:03:33
Ugh, it's broken up
Julie Doepken
01:03:42
Yes, it was garbled.
Kendall
01:03:50
I could not hear anything from the video.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:05:37
lost u
Jerry White
01:05:43
Totally gone.
Lila
01:05:45
I could hear but cut out
gabrielle.testerman
01:08:22
I wish I had been doing this all year. What? Why? How?
Julie Doepken
01:09:00
I may have experiences this myself once or twice ....
kelley.harvey
01:09:18
bueller? bueller? ....... bueller
gabrielle.testerman
01:09:18
Lol. One of my students did that today.
Julie Doepken
01:09:24
ummmmmm
karenmcmillan
01:09:27
so cute
Julie Doepken
01:09:31
we're asleep
RaeEllen
01:09:50
my high school science teacher calle dthis the little red crayon technique
Erin Carriker
01:09:54
haha right!!
Julie Doepken
01:09:57
More investment in the 'product'
RaeEllen
01:13:29
What about middle school High school non readers non writers?
Holly
01:14:11
Still needed in third grade!
Cindy McKibben
01:14:53
Great way to build agency!
Lila
01:15:20
I saw this on a video on the teacher channel last week. I did it all week and it was awesome! Simple and powerful.
Lila
01:15:33
Not this video
Lila
01:15:37
Same thing
Cindy McKibben
01:16:46
study skills! ugh! My students are high achievers and have never had to study. One is floundering now as a freshman in college.
Julie Doepken
01:16:52
Noooooo! I just lost him again
Julie Doepken
01:17:18
Totally identifying with the flashcard example. :)
Cindy McKibben
01:17:26
I said students but meant my children.
RaeEllen
01:23:17
I have seen none of bonnies replies
D Newman
01:23:17
yes and doug is back as well :)
Jerry White
01:23:18
Hurray!!!
gabrielle.testerman
01:23:19
I can hear you
sharon pickett
01:23:23
yes
Michelle Thomason
01:23:36
Technology is always the sticy wicket!
kbrumfield
01:23:41
Yay!
kbrumfield
01:24:01
3rd time
kbrumfield
01:24:05
is a charm Doug
Ron Koczaja
01:24:09
Middle school math class::I do it: Mini-lecture/We do it: students try and then I show the process and answers/Collaborate:Work with a partner to do the assignment, work with a different partner to check answers (without answer key and then with answer key/You do it: test
D Newman
01:24:20
We're building stamina :)
Karla Barkman
01:25:05
I call it digital grit!
Kellie D.
01:27:50
Like that!
gabrielle.testerman
01:29:46
Digital grit?
Cindy Worley
01:29:51
This is a nice example
Cindy McKibben
01:30:06
I love this
Meredith
01:30:07
This is a great example. How do they measure what's "hard" or "easy"?
Julie Doepken
01:30:20
That's what was just wondering.
Meredith
01:30:25
Awesome! Thanks!
Amy Budge
01:30:25
Amy Budge-clear example.
Jerry White
01:31:54
I love this video!!!
Doug Fisher
01:31:56
is the video working?
Bonnie Goen
01:32:02
yes
Kendall
01:33:14
That is hilarious!
Kendall
01:33:40
I should show this after I teach long division!
RaeEllen
01:34:14
what show is that?
Jerry White
01:34:28
Ma’ and Pa Kettle
Karla Barkman
01:35:07
What a great idea! Easy too.
Kristie Cotroneo
01:35:30
I like the tents asking for feedback.
Billeen Carlson
01:35:38
Yeeeeeesssssss.... We all love to teach so much that we forget that teaching and learning are two different things.
Kristie Cotroneo
01:36:39
tip-tip teach structure by Kagan is a great way to practice the how to teach skill.
Elizabeth Ross
01:37:00
OK this video I did see at a staff meeting… :)
Erin Carriker
01:37:24
this is great!
kelley.harvey
01:37:26
a coworker uses the language of an "error" or a "mistake". A mistake is when you mess up (add wrong) and an error is when you don't understand how to solve a problem. I see that tying right in with this. Kids are able to persevere on a mistake and know to ask for help if it is an error.
Dana
01:38:27
Yes! I’ve seen on Twitter where teachers post feedback requests on their doors, which are open. :-)
Mary
01:39:01
has to be a safe environment for that to happen!
Doug Fisher
01:39:21
I agree with the safe environment comment
Doug Fisher
01:39:35
We need a climate in which errors are celebrated as part of learning
e01445
01:41:06
I have that writing rubric and can definitely use that as a tool to help my kindergarteners own, monitor and adjust their learning. Thank you! :)
sheila.keller
01:41:35
Mistake is accidental, perhaps careless- you can find that yourself and if someone else points it out, you recognize it. An error reflects a lack of knowledge.
Meredith
01:42:02
This also works well for students who prefer or are used to "checklists" for assignments, as it opens the conversation up for them about how to move up in standards levels.
RaeEllen
01:43:34
My students could not read these charts for most part at middle school level. They are emergent readers and writers
Elizabeth Ross
01:44:41
Rae- do you have access to iPad/apps that can take a photo and read it to them?
Ron Koczaja
01:44:55
Peer tutoring is a HUGE part of my math class. Students tutor other students before an optional re-test.
RaeEllen
01:46:30
I do have access to Ipads...
sheila.keller
01:46:47
Intervention groupings are insane! It’s a scary trend in Juneau School District- Walk to read, walk to math, What I need-
e01445
01:47:01
Our 5th grade study buddies tutor my kindergarteners. They receive peer evaluative feedback from the little kindergarteners. :)
Kellie D.
01:47:01
But as the parent of a gifted student you must be careful to not forget the advanced student. They too need to be challenged and not just used for the struggling students. Happened to my child a lot.
Carrie
01:47:29
Good point, Kellie!
Jennifer Bleicher
01:47:31
I agree
Dana
01:47:47
Doug, you did very well!
Stacy Foshee
01:47:56
Thank you Doug
Elizabeth Ross
01:48:10
Rae- talk to you IT guy. There is a program that allows you to take a picture of text and then the iPad reads it…
Melissa Crane
01:48:23
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Emily Dinges
01:49:05
When I talked to UAA, they said that we weren't supposed to do anything and that you will send them the information.
Mary
01:49:36
Survey is closed!?
sharon pickett
01:49:41
and very reasonably priced for a credit class
Stacy Foshee
01:50:07
Survey is closed?
RaeEllen
01:50:07
Survey does not work Says closed
Emily Bena
01:50:42
Do we have to press "Create New Account?"
lisa.peterson
01:50:55
Wait…what?
Meredith
01:51:06
Click on the Resource page and you can answer the survey for the Webinar 2 linked there.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:51:07
I double checked my registration and didn't see this class listed. I paid for the credit.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:51:10
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Karla Barkman
01:51:35
By being flexible do you mean that you will accept Modules 1 and 2 after today even though they were due today?
BethS
01:51:37
So, if we didn’t register yet, we can still do the first assignments for full credit, yes?