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Begin with the Brain Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Eubank
27:40
Kerry your voice is breaking up
Anna Marie
29:17
Can’t hear Kelly…oh there he is
Anna Marie
30:50
Voice in and out…
Barbara DuBois
32:37
I'm here. This is Barbara DuBois. i had trouble getting on.
Mary Drozd
32:45
i did not
Jennifer Eubank
34:03
Where is the link please?
Lila
34:21
Thank you!
Diana Kurka
36:15
Go to the Resources website:https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-begin-with-the-brain-spring-2019/
Janarose
39:47
B
Carrie Ward
39:47
In case you missed the previous link to the resources, feel free to click the following url for immediate access: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-begin-with-the-brain-spring-2019/
Amy Ballard
39:52
B
Erin
40:09
E
Carrie Lunardi
40:10
B
Louise Kern
40:12
D (Visual Art)
AJ
40:12
A, B, C, D
Lydia Zeisel
40:13
B
Andrew Benedetti
40:13
D
Alexis
40:13
A
Barbara DuBois
40:13
D
Elise Poole
40:15
A
Francis Wegman-Lawless
40:22
E
Sheri Pahkamaa
40:27
Special Ed Resource K-5
Eliza Warmack
40:27
ABCE
Barbara DuBois
40:31
D
Rafe
40:31
sorry I’m late!!
Mary
40:32
G
kbrumfield
40:37
k-12 School Counselor
Rafe
40:38
B
Andrew Benedetti
40:40
D
carissacotta
41:08
k-12 school librarian
Freligh_Elisabeth
41:12
D
Jennifer Bleicher
42:53
B
Freligh_Elisabeth
42:58
B
Louise Kern
42:59
E
Andrew Benedetti
43:00
c
Carrie Lunardi
43:01
B
AJ
43:01
C
Francis Wegman-Lawless
43:02
B
Eliza Warmack
43:03
c
Erin
43:05
C
Barbara DuBois
43:05
D
Rafe
43:06
c
Lydia Zeisel
43:09
C
Coral Noble
43:11
B
Tanya Wimer
43:25
D
Anna Marie
46:08
RAD Teaching, Judy Willis
AJ
46:45
Brain Rules by John Medina
Jennifer Eubank
46:47
Learning about the ACEs and how to apply the lessons about what can help kids/students
Carrie Lunardi
46:48
I've taken professional development courses on growth mindset and Learning and the Brain conferences in San Francisco.
Lydia Zeisel
46:49
Learning more about ACES over the past year.
Mick Wykis
46:50
Lots of reading about the brain, always new materials out there
Elise Poole
46:55
Kagan Teaching with Brain in Mind training and Eric Jensen book study
AJ
47:11
Growth Mindset by Carol Dweck
Carol Luce Wright
47:14
What I learned during my Masters program
Mary Drozd
47:21
I have taken a few workshops, classes, and trainings that have focused on brain development
Allison
47:22
ACES, growth mindset, Kagan
f367866
48:31
Sped Background, ACEs, Growth Mindset, Kagen …. Love to learn about it.
Alexis
49:10
ACES, Kagan, Growth Mindset, Recently new interest in this subject with hopes of attending Learning in the Brain Conference next year.
AJ
49:44
Students-a feeling that they don't meet expectations
AJ
50:51
T-too many demands happening simultaneously
Carol Luce Wright
50:52
T-Behavior Challenges
Andy Gillilan
50:53
S - grades
Jennifer Eubank
50:54
S: Not enough sleep
Alyssa Block
50:55
S- Reading out loud
Coral Noble
50:55
lack of sleep STA
Louise Kern
50:57
S social media
Lydia Zeisel
50:57
S: not understanding material.
Eliza Warmack
50:57
s: homelife
carissacotta
51:01
T-Lesson planning and grading
AJ
51:01
A-bad test scores
Carrie Lunardi
51:03
S- being hungry
Elise Poole
51:03
S: transitions
Sheri Pahkamaa
51:04
S- peers
Anna Marie
51:05
T-money, new policies/curriculum
Andrea Colvin
51:06
T-meeting standards
f367866
51:06
S - social interactions
AJ
51:08
Y-messy house
Carrie Lunardi
51:08
T- behavior issues
teacher
51:09
S-grades and academic acheivement
Amy Ballard
51:11
Me-procrastination
Lydia Zeisel
51:12
T: lack of control in class
Jennifer Eubank
51:12
A: assessment, money woes
Lisa Andriesen
51:15
S-didn’t get breakfast
Carrie Lunardi
51:15
A- staff issues
f367866
51:20
A - budget
Elise Poole
51:21
T: challenging behaviors
Eliza Warmack
51:23
y:workload
Carrie Lunardi
51:25
Me- finances
AJ
51:27
T-non compliant student
carrie.hughes
51:27
Y-family issues
Tanya Wimer
51:27
A- supporting teachers with equity
Jerry White
51:27
S: other students acting out
Erin
51:27
(s) Grades, (T) Time, (A) Evals, (ME) Time/Scheduling
Allison
51:28
S: showering at school
Lydia Zeisel
51:32
A: poor test results for school
Mick Wykis
51:32
A-budget cuts
Lisa Andriesen
51:32
T-students not caring
Alexis
51:32
T/A Parent Conflict
f366139
51:34
Not enough relaxing time.
f367866
51:38
Me - meeting everyone’s needs
Jerry White
51:41
M: students acting out
Bonnie Goen
51:44
This will be an option for you on the on the discussion site. Great activity
rknight
51:45
Not enough time, too many obligations.
Lydia Zeisel
51:46
Me: overwhelmed with too much to do
Louise Kern
51:46
T unco-operative student
Sheri Pahkamaa
51:48
S/T - high ratio of students to 1 teacher
Freligh_Elisabeth
51:50
T
carrie.hughes
51:52
T - How to help kids that act like they don’t want help
Tanya Wimer
51:57
T/A - lack of parent support
f367866
51:57
T - testing
Barbara DuBois
51:58
students: not achieving enough; teachers: staying on top of grading: administrators: dealing with teachers, students and parents; me: my husband :)
Mary Drozd
52:08
S/Admin/T: Inconsistency, unpredictable, lack of support, unsafe or feeling of danger
Jennifer Eubank
52:09
me: how to better support students
Janarose
52:19
S: home life; T time
Andrew Benedetti
52:19
S prev ious aces
Alexis
52:41
Me- Balance of work and family
kathleen
52:49
having a million balls in the air. Always worrying about dropping one
Mary
52:51
S / peers, peer interactions
Bonnie Goen
53:44
This too, will be an option on the discussion site as well
Bonnie Goen
57:11
Yes that is correct, great activities
Jerry White
58:04
I work in a BH treatment center. We have that.
Louise Kern
01:03:13
you are breaking up.
Diana Kurka
01:03:30
Sound good here!
Carrie Ward
01:03:32
Audio is working fine here.
Jerry White
01:03:47
Chewing hoody-string. You’re fine.
Jerry White
01:04:57
Base of the neck
Carol Luce Wright
01:13:32
All of the above
Anna Marie
01:13:33
SOCIAL MEDIA DRAMA
Jerry White
01:13:33
Boundry invasions
Andrea Colvin
01:13:39
isolation and not being included
Lisa Andriesen
01:13:40
Maybe making a joke or belittling
f367866
01:13:42
Change in schedule
Mary Drozd
01:13:43
all of the above
Coral Noble
01:13:44
trauma resurfacing, teasing
Jennifer Eubank
01:13:45
Running away from classroom
Lila
01:13:45
Perceived threat, social drama
Tanya Wimer
01:13:45
Fear of new environment
Erin
01:13:45
physical comfort, chaos
Elise Poole
01:13:48
Schedule changes
Louise Kern
01:13:49
isolation or shunning
Carrie Lunardi
01:13:51
Chaos and confusion (or even just perceived chaos)
Barbara DuBois
01:13:51
homelessness
Eliza Warmack
01:13:56
work is hard so kid shuts down
kathleen
01:13:56
I think old memories but also worry about what is happening at home
Freligh_Elisabeth
01:13:57
Cliques
Mick Wykis
01:13:58
Chaos in the classroom
teacher
01:14:00
isolation and not being included; I am living in a culture that we work together and being ‘alone’ is stressful
Lydia Zeisel
01:14:10
new to school, the unknown
Alyssa Block
01:14:11
the unknown and worrying about what will happen tomorrow
Allison
01:14:12
embarrassment, bullying, isolation
Alexis
01:14:15
physical safety, schedule changes,
Jennifer Bleicher
01:14:16
teasing, joking"looks" lack of confidence
Louise Kern
01:14:17
you are breaking up in Ketchikan
f366139
01:14:20
schedule changes
Lila
01:14:25
Confusion at home is a big one for a couple of my students right now
Tanya Wimer
01:14:30
fear of getting answers wrong
rknight
01:14:56
ACES
Jennifer Bleicher
01:14:59
definitely friends and home life
kathleen
01:20:56
Culturally safe classrooms
Andrea Colvin
01:21:03
Setting realistic expectations
Carol Luce Wright
01:21:04
add a time limit
Eliza Warmack
01:21:08
it is different for everyone that is the hard part
Carrie Lunardi
01:21:11
Time limit!
Mick Wykis
01:21:15
realistic deadlines
f367866
01:21:18
Fun whole group building project - maker space
kathleen
01:21:21
The warm demander approach
teacher
01:21:24
Team competitions
Amy Ballard
01:21:25
provide success criteria
Barbara DuBois
01:21:33
keep a routine where there is the expectation of participation
rknight
01:21:38
Prioritize
kathleen
01:21:40
honoring group knowledge
Mary Drozd
01:21:42
encourage them to take safe and calculated risks and praise them for doing so. Have a predictable routine. A set time schedule.
Elise Poole
01:21:44
Group work, collaboration
Jennifer Eubank
01:21:46
Setting perimeters for activity. Structure.
Elise Poole
01:21:48
Team building
Lydia Zeisel
01:21:55
break up long term projects into smaller sections with shorter due dates
Elise Poole
01:22:08
Movement
Anna Marie
01:22:10
Engage in positive discussion
rknight
01:22:12
Leaders treat teachers as professionals
Louise Kern
01:22:20
Clear goals
Lila
01:22:54
Clear goals, specific timeline, lots of examples to show what is expected
carissacotta
01:23:09
Public speaking
AJ
01:23:15
negative peer interaction
f367866
01:23:20
sub
Anna Marie
01:23:24
making progress
kathleen
01:23:26
One size fits all material
Andrea Colvin
01:23:36
being used as an example
Alexis
01:23:38
standardized tests
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:23:38
Over stimulated by too much in the room
Jennifer Eubank
01:23:45
not being organized/not knowing how to organize
Louise Kern
01:23:45
breaking up again in Ketchikan
AJ
01:23:47
no freedom to move about
carrie.hughes
01:23:47
Feeling unable to do the work
Eliza Warmack
01:23:48
im smart I better have good grades
Allison
01:23:55
having more difficulty learning an academic skill than the peers in the group
Barbara DuBois
01:23:55
Not getting their work done.
Erin
01:23:56
feeling compared to other students
Coral Noble
01:24:00
boredom
Mick Wykis
01:24:05
projects that involve speaking in front of others
Jennifer Eubank
01:24:05
Pressure from parents
f366139
01:24:20
Parent expectations to be like another sibling
Tanya Wimer
01:24:22
Feeling judged over the work completed
kathleen
01:24:25
time restraints that seem scary
f367866
01:24:29
peers
Mary
01:24:31
lack of confidence
Lila
01:24:31
Too little time after school, the kids are exhausted often because they have lots after school
Jerry White
01:24:32
Teacher’s kid
Jennifer Bleicher
01:24:34
self confidence
Carrie Ward
01:24:38
Can you all hear the audio well? Sounds good here.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:24:49
High stress energy/feeling in the classroom
Jerry White
01:25:51
Super stressful!
Emily Dinges
01:26:19
I calculated how little I had to do during a public teaching in order to still pass the class.
Jennifer Eubank
01:27:13
That’s a little powerful///
Jennifer Bleicher
01:27:58
the chains.....
Jennifer Eubank
01:28:12
Who’s looking at him?
Lila
01:28:13
Wow that is a powerful image
Anna Marie
01:28:16
Wow…
Eliza Warmack
01:31:57
do they mean the school work or the social aspects of school?
Barbara DuBois
01:34:02
feeling like they don't fit in.
Jennifer Eubank
01:34:30
Sports participation
Mary
01:34:37
crowded homes
f367866
01:34:38
homelessness
Emily Dinges
01:34:39
Earthquake. Fires. Natural Disaster.
Barbara DuBois
01:34:44
Conflict at home.
f366139
01:34:45
sports and extracurricular activities
Lydia Zeisel
01:34:47
poverty, lack of running water,
Andrea Colvin
01:34:47
parents fighting
Erin
01:34:49
Death in the family
f367866
01:34:49
Lack of food
AJ
01:34:49
fear of shootings
Emily Dinges
01:34:50
Home life.
Elise Poole
01:34:53
Homelessness, food
Francis Wegman-Lawless
01:34:54
death in the family
kathleen
01:34:55
Family stress
Jennifer Eubank
01:34:56
domestic violence
Amy Ballard
01:34:57
friend dynamics
Anna Marie
01:34:57
Homeless
Freligh_Elisabeth
01:34:58
Family stress
Tanya Wimer
01:34:59
Abuse… ;(
Mary
01:35:01
romantic relationships
f367866
01:35:02
divorce - parent fighting
Lydia Zeisel
01:35:03
health issues
Carol Luce Wright
01:35:04
basic needs--no running water at home, etc. domestic violence in the home
Louise Kern
01:35:05
financial stress in the family
f367866
01:35:06
sports
Andrew Benedetti
01:35:07
lack of food
Jennifer Bleicher
01:35:08
friends, homelife, hunger
Allison
01:35:08
Very big family in a very small space, homelessness, death in the family, family discord
Lydia Zeisel
01:35:09
foster care
Mick Wykis
01:35:17
worry about their future, i.e. climate change
Jerry White
01:35:21
Today: kid said you can spend money on pot but not pants.
Erin
01:35:22
basic needs lacking
f367866
01:35:22
Extra curricular activities
Mary
01:35:22
social media
Eliza Warmack
01:35:24
lack of parent involvement
Coral Noble
01:35:25
family separated, mother living in a different state, siblings living in other states
Andy Gillilan
01:35:26
alcohol/drug use in the home
Elise Poole
01:35:28
Family separation
Mary Drozd
01:35:29
isolation, lack of options for activities, safety, basic needs, poverty, addiction, etc
Jennifer Bleicher
01:35:30
parent divorce
Lydia Zeisel
01:35:34
loss of loved one
Louise Kern
01:35:35
divorce
Jennifer Eubank
01:35:52
When I read this/learn more about the brain and stress I think about students/children in cages on our borders and what is happening there...
Louise Kern
01:36:23
breaking up again in Ketchikan
kathleen
01:36:35
Lack of sleep is huge for our student population
Jennifer Bleicher
01:37:08
excessive technology
Carrie Ward
01:37:37
Just noticed someone mention audio issues... anyone else having problems?
Carrie Ward
01:38:46
Hi, how's your audio now?
Louise Kern
01:39:08
I'm not hearing very much of this anymore.
Lila
01:39:13
Wow
Lydia Zeisel
01:39:56
no problem in Fairbanks for me
Jennifer Eubank
01:40:07
On the State mandated training site (on DOE Alaska) there are a couple great training courses about ACEs
Louise Kern
01:41:55
Audio is in and out in Ketchikan
Carrie Ward
01:43:35
Hi Louise, what kind of device are you using?
Louise Kern
01:44:27
I'm using an Apple MacBook Air
Amy Ballard
01:44:44
reduce stress triggers that we have control over and relationship is so important
Elise Poole
01:44:47
Importance of building relationships with families and students
Louise Kern
01:44:51
Audio was fine at first
Anna Marie
01:44:54
Giving students a psychologically safe place, classroom culture, respect…
f367866
01:44:54
The way kids respond to an activity or even us may have nothing to do with the activity.
Mary
01:44:54
I wasn't aware that the oral response was a stress indicator.
Coral Noble
01:44:59
Advocating for students that are clearly stressed to come up with solutions that help them navigating their world better.
Carol Luce Wright
01:45:01
Under stress, learning is minimized
Barbara DuBois
01:45:06
The stress we see is only the tip of the iceberg.
Lydia Zeisel
01:45:08
stress impacts ability to think, behaviors, focus
Eliza Warmack
01:45:09
How chaos can affect learners
Alyssa Block
01:45:10
keep in mind that stress can be perceived by the student
Andrea Colvin
01:45:17
Indicators of kids showing stress
Mary Drozd
01:45:17
to consider perceived threats
Lila
01:45:18
The numbers on the ACES was pretty shocking to me. I would like to keep that in mind and try to reduce stressors that I ca ncontr
carissacotta
01:45:19
I like the idea of advocating for those who need more support
AJ
01:45:20
If I'm feeling stress, I won't be much help for my students
teacher
01:45:20
My entire village is at poverty levels and this has been generational. We need to help foster a mindful set to act as help for our people.
Mary
01:45:24
Keep classroom calm - many techniques
Carrie Ward
01:45:24
Thank you. How is your internet connection? That could impact audio quality.
f367866
01:45:25
Take care of adults as well - teachers have stressful jobs -
Lila
01:45:25
can control
Janarose
01:45:30
Explaining and helping kids understand the different kinds of stress.
Jennifer Eubank
01:45:37
This has just reinforced how important personal relationships are and how much really hard things students have in their lives. Knowing that behavior is communication and often students WANT to be participating and want to be included.
Tanya Wimer
01:45:37
I’d like to provide PD to help teachers understand how they can reduce stress for students.
kathleen
01:45:41
Helping kids to identify the things that add stress to them. Then you can adapt
Mary Drozd
01:45:46
to ask students or do an art project regarding what stresses them out
f367866
01:45:50
skills have to be taught
Carrie Ward
01:45:55
If you would like to call in using your mobile device, that may resolve the problem.
Anna Marie
01:45:58
LOL
Freligh_Elisabeth
01:46:09
Helping students to breath can help everyone in the room reduce stress- Teacher included
Louise Kern
01:46:12
Internet is fine. Can I phone in some how to listen, and view on my computer?
Andy Gillilan
01:46:15
better prepare to eliminate stress for students when I can
Allison
01:46:20
Continuing to support the building of responsive relationships with the students and parents. Our kids really need support in strengthening their life skills, including self-regulation strategies.
kathleen
01:46:28
I really like the arc and I think that visual could be very helpful for everyone.
Mick Wykis
01:46:33
situations may be seen as stressful and be perceived differently by some
Jennifer Bleicher
01:46:56
stress can affect all and sometimes we forget that we have to remember there is a reason for an action that occurss
Jerry White
01:48:30
Walking around time?
Carrie Ward
01:49:34
You should be able to click on your invitation link using your mobile device the same way you were able to on your pc. This would allow you to view on your mac and listen via your mobile device if that is your preference.
Carrie Ward
01:49:59
Also if you have external speakers connected to your computer, that could cause some problems.
Louise Kern
01:54:30
trying
Freligh_Elisabeth
01:56:55
“Safe Place"
Emily Dinges
01:57:15
Love the last one. :)
kathleen
01:57:52
Fish tanks are good for a calm corner
Louise Kern
01:59:18
got you on my phone. Had to get the ap.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:59:47
reading
kathleen
01:59:50
Where do we find the requirements for credits? Did I miss that?
Lila
01:59:56
Fish tanks are a great idea! I have one of those big moose in a corner that they love to cuddle up with. Lots of brain breaks.
Carrie Ward
02:00:43
The requirements for credit will be discussed at the end of the session. Please standby.
kathleen
02:00:56
I have often thought that an “album” of just different people laughing would be great therapy
Freligh_Elisabeth
02:01:04
Thank You!
Jerry White
02:02:01
FAST!
Louise Kern
02:02:52
Thanks! I have you on my phone now.
Carrie Ward
02:03:34
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-begin-with-the-brain-spring-2019/Survey 1: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/K8CTLP6
Martha Kaufeldt
02:04:03
I will try to gather some of the resources and post them
Janarose
02:04:10
31st of what month?
kathleen
02:04:19
January
Anna Marie
02:04:19
Jan.
Emily Dinges
02:04:28
January
Eliza Warmack
02:05:21
how many papers total for the 2 credits?
Anna Marie
02:05:33
Requirements for individual paper? Same as group?
Janarose
02:05:37
1
Mary
02:05:45
non team requirements?
Emily Dinges
02:05:53
1 paper and a few discussion posts.
Carrie Ward
02:05:56
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-begin-with-the-brain-spring-2019/Survey 1: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/K8CTLP6
Mary
02:06:07
show screen please
Eliza Warmack
02:06:11
hooray for the RTI conference!
Carrie Ward
02:06:54
http://www.cvent.com/d/ryq2ck
Janarose
02:07:17
will the RIT conference session be the same as this course?
Carrie Ward
02:07:20
See registration link above. :)
Bonnie Goen
02:08:02
bgoen@alaskaacsa.org
Lila
02:08:16
Thank you!
Anna Marie
02:08:17
The paper requirements are the same for individual ? Any other homework required?
Carrie Ward
02:08:34
bgoen@alaskaacsa.org
Barbara DuBois
02:08:40
Where will i find the requirements for the individual? What is the paper to be about, specifically?
Janarose
02:09:13
Thank you
carissacotta
02:09:27
RTI conference topics sound very good! Thanks, Martha.
Anna Marie
02:09:36
Any other homework requirements?
Sheri Pahkamaa
02:09:38
The cvent link is not working!!!
Coral Noble
02:10:18
Thank you for the course! Looking forward to experimenting with the healthy mind platter:)
Anna Marie
02:10:31
So for today’s assignment?
Mary Drozd
02:10:41
thank you!
Barbara DuBois
02:10:43
What is the module assignment at tbe end of this class?
Carrie Ward
02:10:48
http://www.cvent.com/d/ryq2ck
Carol Luce Wright
02:10:52
Thank you very much! Have a great evening!
Emily Dinges
02:10:58
The link worked for me.
Carrie Ward
02:11:20
Just reposted the link ... can you access it now?
Alexis
02:11:36
Is the discussion questions the evalutaion on the resource page?
Barbara DuBois
02:11:38
Where is the teaching channel? Where do we sign up for the credits?