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Transforming Science Learning: Teaching Students the Science of COVID-19: How Can I Protect Myself and Others?, 8/26/2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Don Boonstra
58:20
After you take the survey at the end of the presentation the certificate will be ready in 2 weeks.
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:01:18
https://ssec.si.edu/covid-19https://ssec.si.edu/covid-19
Lucius Stephenson
01:01:22
HOW CAN WE GET THE LINK FOR THE SURVEY
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:01:36
survey is at the very end
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:01:47
booklet: https://ssec.si.edu/covid-19
Don Boonstra
01:01:59
The link for the survey will be available at the end of the presentation after we stop recording.
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:02:47
Good Evening Everybody from Trabzon, Turkey
Lucius Stephenson
01:02:52
I missed the last survey will it affect my certificate
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:03:12
HI Emine!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:03:59
Hello Wendy!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:04:19
https://ssec.si.edu/covid-19
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:04:40
Thanks
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:05:05
the module link: and its in the collection
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:05:08
https://ssec.si.edu/covid-19
Javeria Fatima
01:10:21
Hi
Amy Mitchell
01:15:52
My kitty
Madison Taylor
01:15:53
Student
Virginia Hohl
01:15:56
daughter
Hilary Peck
01:15:57
Teacher/Learner
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:15:58
a picture of my daughters
Vickie Karkazis
01:16:01
Going for walks
Lynn Prosen
01:16:03
Learner
Michal Robinson
01:16:03
family
Ashley Klaiss
01:16:04
family
Heather
01:16:05
woman
maria
01:16:06
educator/mask
Jillian Wasilewski
01:16:06
running shoes
melanie
01:16:06
new teacher
Heidi Schule
01:16:07
family - caregiver
Amy Mitchell
01:16:10
Yay!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:16:12
me too
Sadek Bark
01:16:14
family
David Jacob
01:16:16
Science educator
thomas
01:16:16
Mom
Neeta
01:16:17
doing yoga
maureenvera
01:16:19
mom
Heather Overkamp
01:16:19
nature
Thomas Hohenwarter
01:16:21
family safety
paulotourguide@yahoo.com
01:16:21
airplane
Jillian Wasilewski
01:16:26
family
Brenda Travis
01:16:29
Bio Med
Jeanne Salchli
01:16:32
teacher
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:16:32
Paulo you are a tour guide!
Melody Golden
01:16:33
Lifelong learner
paulotourguide@yahoo.com
01:16:43
Airplane pilot
Kate Howard
01:16:44
family
Heather
01:16:47
😻
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:16:49
nice
michaelarthur4@comcast.net
01:16:53
Retired, but still learning..
cynthiajacobsen
01:16:54
family
paulotourguide@yahoo.com
01:16:56
yep
minzolaa
01:16:58
improving all aspects of me
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:19:07
https://padlet.com/SSEC/vyouak9p64u3fyi
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:20:11
https://padlet.com/SSEC/vyouak9p64u3fyi
Brenda Travis
01:21:20
Miss information
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:21:49
people not seeing this as serious
Brenda Travis
01:22:09
Politics vs Science
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:22:26
amen brebda
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:22:29
brenda
melanie
01:23:21
will you share the slides with us after the presentation? I would like to share the identity map with my team
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:23:32
yes the sldeis will go in the collection
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:23:36
slides
melanie
01:23:39
THANK YOU!
Vickie Karkazis
01:24:11
Will you be touching on lab safety at all as we teach our science classes?
melanie
01:25:10
it is Monday the 31st
David Jacob
01:25:13
what grade level(s) is this module designed for
Vickie Karkazis
01:25:14
Thank you!
David Jacob
01:26:07
I can see that it is designed that way. I support elementary teachers mostly
Hilary Peck
01:26:33
I'm hoping for ideas to connect to my Human Body Systems unit as relates to Immune system function, etc.
David Jacob
01:26:40
would this be recommended for districts to implement district wide?
David Jacob
01:27:54
great!
Hilary Peck
01:28:35
I teach middle school....
minzolaa
01:29:03
not just safety but also how to implement labs with different %'s of students in the class different days with out loosing days of already precious learning time due to having to repeat the lab for several days.
Hilary Peck
01:29:09
Nice!
Lakshmi Nayak
01:29:16
Can you link tot he Johns Hoplkins here?
Lakshmi Nayak
01:29:20
curriculum/
Heidi Schule
01:29:27
Thank you
Lynn Prosen
01:29:36
Please share the collection again :)
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:29:57
● https://my.nsta.org/collection/eEAoYRny!plus!Kw_E
maria
01:31:51
Can this be taught for virtual labs?
David Jacob
01:31:54
thanks wendy! I have added the resources to my NSTA library. A great reason to be an NSTA member.
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:32:10
yes- you can do it virtually
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:32:19
great David
Lakshmi Nayak
01:33:38
This is one Johns Hopkins course: https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/covid-19-basics/understanding-covid-19
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:37:17
love the identity map idea
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:37:45
racking it over time is powerful as students grow
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:37:49
tracking
David Jacob
01:38:23
i like that students record their feelings about what they are experiencing for individual history and collective history
David Jacob
01:41:40
i love this task!! so tangible about the droplets
Lakshmi Nayak
01:42:51
what is the difference between droplets and aerosols? to aerosolize something means...?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:43:28
Lakshmi- we can ask that at the break
deb
01:43:55
Thank you, Lakshmi Nayak. In helping my teenage children decide whether to choose hybrid or remote, I found models of indoor spread in bars, for example, in USA Today, but hoped there would be more explanation for why 25% indoor capacity, 50% capacity MIGHT be relevant… Here in NJ, many schools are open, but movie theaters and restaurants are closed…
David Jacob
01:44:40
another great task. tangible and computational and data analysis
Lynn Prosen
01:44:50
Hi Deb, also in NJ. I think it is crazy that indoor eating is closed, but schools are allowed to be open.
David Jacob
01:46:48
ah modeling too!! of course
Lakshmi Nayak
01:46:49
Is the idea that in schools masks will stay on all day while in restaurants masks have to be off to eat... but what about when people in school need to eat?
michaelarthur4@comcast.net
01:47:12
aerosolize implies a pressurized substance (e.g. CO2) to assist “pushing” of the substance from the container; also, “pushes” more distance.
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:48:31
wow
David Jacob
01:48:42
this is amazing video
Lynn Prosen
01:48:46
Where an we find that video?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:49:01
the link I will include in collection
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:49:09
and its on this slide
melanie
01:49:18
I also can't find the slides. are those not going up until after?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:49:27
they don't go in until after this webianr
Lynn Prosen
01:49:28
Thank you! That is a great demonstration!
melanie
01:49:35
okay thanks
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:50:16
can we show this o the nightly news????
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:50:20
on
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:51:42
We may need to minimize recirculating air and add powerful new filters
Lakshmi Nayak
01:52:45
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmc2007800
David Jacob
01:53:14
thanks lakshmi
Lynn Prosen
01:53:54
Thank you!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:54:54
Thanks Lakshmi
David Jacob
01:55:33
this is great task. I would like to say this is only for elementary students but i see how this would be helpful for older students because this is still a mystery to adults
Amy D'Amico, Smithsonian Science Education Center
01:57:19
Great math connection here too!
David Jacob
01:57:29
i agree amy
Hilary Peck
01:57:36
You could add the pets too....
Amy D'Amico, Smithsonian Science Education Center
01:57:44
:)
Amy D'Amico, Smithsonian Science Education Center
01:58:17
I think the transmission to pets is unidirectional though (from humans to pets)
David Jacob
01:58:53
this module is soooo three dimensional!!! and SEL. I am so impressed
Lakshmi Nayak
02:03:56
This is fantastic, and adaptable to students of many ages. Might you be adding a task on why the impacts on different communities are different--socio-economic causes, lack of health systems, etc?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:05:10
https://padlet.com/SSEC/er7pnxkeiw306uqe
minzolaa
02:06:00
Sorry if this was already asked and answered...Will the recording of this be available to us? All power, phone, and internet went out for my whole street and I missed a huge portion in the middle traveling to a signal.
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:06:40
module link again: https://ssec.si.edu/covid-19
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:06:53
yes you will get the recording sent to you
minzolaa
02:07:24
thank you so much I missed that too but what I have seen is great!
David Jacob
02:09:58
Carol mentioned that there was something about making masks in the module. I couldn't find it. Where would this be exactly
Madison Taylor
02:10:17
don't have any questions so far, but I just wanted to pop in and say that I am LOVING this webinar. So informative and a great way to teach our students and members of our community about COVID. I just shared that light scattering video on my social media for others to watch
Amy D'Amico, Smithsonian Science Education Center
02:10:45
It should be in the extensions section of the mask task.
Lakshmi Nayak
02:11:59
Thank you
Hilary Peck
02:12:44
Do we have a link to the slides here or do we have to wait for the access?
Kathy Renfrew
02:12:52
literacy integrated throughout
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:13:05
when you get the recording email they wil be in the collection by then
Kathy Renfrew
02:13:12
love it!
Taylor Abu Omar
02:13:26
certificate?
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:13:26
me to kathy
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:13:51
after you take the survey- you get a certificate in a day or so
michaelarthur4@comcast.net
02:13:59
Thank you for the work you do! Stay healthy!
Hilary Peck
02:14:11
lost the audo
Michal Robinson
02:14:53
I am excited to share this with the teachers in my STATE!!
caetanoav8r@yahoo.com
02:15:04
Congrats! Precious information!
Amy Mitchell
02:15:08
Hilary, try logging out and then back in?
Hilary Peck
02:16:21
Are all the SSEC.simodules free?
Carol O'Donnell, Smithsonian
02:16:36
Thank you @Michael Robinson!
Heidi Schule
02:16:49
Are these last few slides also included to help arm us with this knowledge to present to admin?
Carol O'Donnell, Smithsonian
02:17:09
Hi Hilary. Yes, all of the Smithsonian Science for Global Goals modules are free https://ssec.si.edu/global-goals
Carol O'Donnell, Smithsonian
02:17:51
Yes, Heidi, the last few slides are to help arm you with this knowledge to present to your administration. Exactly. Let us know if you need anything to do this.
Vickie K.
02:21:12
Any suggestions about how to address misinformation coming from some leaders in our country without being political in the classroom?
Lakshmi Nayak
02:21:37
good question.
Lynn Prosen
02:22:23
Really good question Vickie.
Amy D'Amico, Smithsonian Science Education Center
02:22:30
Task 6 addresses credible sources and how kids can evaluate sources of information
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:22:31
collection link--https://my.nsta.org/collection/eEAoYRny!plus!Kw_E
Carol O'Donnell, Smithsonian
02:22:39
Hi Vickie. Task 6 is designed to address this question.
Amy D'Amico, Smithsonian Science Education Center
02:22:40
That is a good way to address misinformation
deb
02:23:33
Thank you for creating this module, for explaining how to use it, for updating it as discoveries change…
Jennifer Schuler
02:23:59
Thank you!