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Transforming Science Learning: Evaluating Lessons for Sensemaking Using the NSTA Sensemaking Tool, 8/10/2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:04:37
I say it we need to look at a specific time to see the number of people who are on. :-)
Kate Soriano
01:07:09
Collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/xb2BRjWKjLM_E
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:07:29
Hi Rob!
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:07:34
@Elizabeth - I just know I was WAY off - no chicken dinner for me 🐔
rob wallace
01:08:05
Hello! Nice to see everyone again
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:08:19
Hi Rob! Great to see you!
Anne Boynton
01:10:05
sharing books with kids in ways that make them come to life
EvaRose Davis
01:10:08
I am the WonderHugger
Aida Awad
01:10:15
Determination
kate
01:10:22
Drinking coffee
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
01:10:24
I can know all 125 students names on the first day of class!!!
Lorraine Ramirez Villarin (she/her/ella)
01:10:25
I am extremely patient.
Cathryn Carney
01:10:26
I can think from many perspectives
Lavonna Murphy
01:10:27
The power of patience !
Toni Milleret
01:10:28
I have a Super Smile
18327
01:10:29
Encouraging others to be their very best in life!
S Skinner
01:10:29
perseverance
7-Beth Donovan
01:10:31
The Organizer
Laura Markham (She/Her)
01:10:34
I can grow native plants from seed pretty well
Ann Knight-Elem C&I Lead Science Teacher
01:10:38
I can make anybody LOVE rocks!
Hilary
01:10:39
I can make my dog jump for joy just by a simple walk!
Ed Eckel
01:10:41
some say I am good at hearing the thing not said
Kim Langseth
01:10:41
My superpower is my friendliness
Erin Motley
01:10:43
Listening and empathy
Karen’s iPhone
01:10:44
Teaching 5th graders to ask deep scientific questions
lburton
01:10:44
great listener
Jo Thomas
01:10:44
Patience 'cause it would take me 2 hours to make them lol
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:10:46
WOW!! I love all these super powers!
Wellyna Olivier
01:10:47
I have a tendency to bring people together. I'm an include.
Harrison
01:10:53
being motherly to all kids
Rebecca Garelli
01:10:54
coaching others:)
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:10:55
I have the power to get people talking
Alison Ford
01:11:00
Building rapport with my students quickly
Sara Torres
01:11:08
I have the power to make someone feel comfortable.
Kellina’s iPhone
01:11:09
Organizing the greatest of messes
Jenniffer Stetler
01:11:14
Reading people
Kathy Renfrew
01:11:20
elementary science advocate
Wendy Binder, NSTA
01:11:23
i nee dyou here at my place Kellina!
Jo Thomas
01:11:25
Love
Janie Head
01:11:26
smiling and working at making people happy
liworden
01:11:27
Being silly and getting my kids engaged with humour
Ariel Delos Reyes
01:11:45
laughing
Marites Aguilar
01:12:22
sleeping with my eyes open 😅
Cathryn Carney
01:13:02
These superpowers are motivating and I feel rejuvenated already, thank you all for sharing!
Harrison
01:13:20
coming in with a clean slate every day
Tanya Warren - Fort Worth
01:14:42
Making science come alive for Newcomer multilingual students
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:17:23
Collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/xb2BRjWKjLM_E Resource #3 and #4
Anne Boynton
01:23:36
ooof the ideal seems so far from the materials I have/"standard" practice
Kate Soriano
01:24:33
Jamboard linksWest 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/1DAyx6dm6j2HOVWu7RJYNEM-GnBcpCFGiIvL_uCykk0U/edit?usp=sharingMountain 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/11X-93-hzGq7OJUundgqQzaf-85l1oqW0Hs7C0YER8EM/edit?usp=sharingCentral 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/1sN84jm510sFE2qfjSRHKi4KJ5LBrv1D_vKOrGBAQAV4/edit?usp=sharingEast 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/1_NsoH_uaLAhHXZZZKAoBSqOZEAxl1rxv-agQ0fAo0Ks/edit?usp=sharingEast 2https://jamboard.google.com/d/1DiDgvzcUecHOoTAaYcXVIIP5WT1GaqVVo04JGWT21PU/edit?usp=sharing
Deborah Batzer
01:28:12
Hi Kate, How do you get into the Jamboard? Thx
Kate Soriano
01:28:41
Jamboard linksWest 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/1DAyx6dm6j2HOVWu7RJYNEM-GnBcpCFGiIvL_uCykk0U/edit?usp=sharingMountain 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/11X-93-hzGq7OJUundgqQzaf-85l1oqW0Hs7C0YER8EM/edit?usp=sharingCentral 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/1sN84jm510sFE2qfjSRHKi4KJ5LBrv1D_vKOrGBAQAV4/edit?usp=sharingEast 1https://jamboard.google.com/d/1_NsoH_uaLAhHXZZZKAoBSqOZEAxl1rxv-agQ0fAo0Ks/edit?usp=sharingEast 2https://jamboard.google.com/d/1DiDgvzcUecHOoTAaYcXVIIP5WT1GaqVVo04JGWT21PU/edit?usp=sharing
Kate Soriano
01:28:48
There you go!
Hilary
01:29:02
I have not been able to get on a jamboard. Super slow connection.
Hilary
01:29:57
I appreciate the examples provided on page 3.
Kathy Renfrew
01:36:56
yes the “space to chnage their minds”
KARTHIGEYAN SUBRAMANIAM
01:36:58
science is social - love that
Kathy Renfrew
01:37:07
fluid thinking
Jo Thomas
01:37:52
LOL
Cheryl
01:39:14
I tell my kids that Science is a verb! It is something that we can do!
Kathy Renfrew
01:42:05
the research is so so important
Kathy Renfrew
01:42:28
being able to apply the research in a meaningful way
7-Beth Donovan
01:44:38
its so important that students are exposed to scientific content at the younger grades to ensure that at older ones we have the foundation to hit the benchmarks we need to
18327
01:45:50
Thanks for sharing Beth Donovan. I tell my teachers this all the time!
Lorraine Ramirez Villarin (she/her/ella)
01:46:11
Beth, I agree. My preservice teachers think that is too difficult for children, but we have to encourage this to get better results in the future.
18327
01:46:37
Yes, encouragement!
7-Beth Donovan
01:47:01
Yes its so hard they have so much to do at the younger levels....but I think to hit our targets in older grades they needs just as much time in science as math and ela
Kathy Renfrew
01:47:05
and model for them when possible
S Skinner
01:47:40
It is hard for teachers to let go and allow the students to get dirty or have self discovery.
Lorraine Ramirez Villarin (she/her/ella)
01:47:41
Yes, Kathy. I model lessons all the time.
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:48:01
Collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/xb2BRjWKjLM_E
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:48:10
Resource #10
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
01:48:29
Also resource #8 and 9
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
02:12:00
Padlet board ALL Groupshttps://padlet.com/katesor1027/senseWC
S Skinner
02:13:24
i am on
Suprit Kaur
02:13:41
I am on it too
Cathryn Carney
02:23:14
Our group (13) also mentioned that you need to make some assumptions about the classroom prior knowledge and that students are making the connections.
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:26:11
OOOhh
Kathy Renfrew
02:26:17
Our group is very close to the consensus of the NSTA group!
Mico
02:26:58
Our group also wanted to see a sequence of activities
Marissa Murdock
02:27:02
Group 8 - we had mentioned this
Toni Milleret
02:27:05
Does NSTA have a video that actually shows students using the rubber band box?
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
02:27:11
I really like the idea of examining a lesson of where it might address some aspects of a DCI.
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:27:13
we were so focused on patterns we didn't notice the DCI difference just that they did not say vibration
Deborah Batzer
02:27:27
I wonder if the students could do it again on their own, would they be able to make more connections?
Cathryn Carney
02:27:29
Katrina in my group mentioned the width of the rubber bands and their purpose within the lesson and connection to the overall standard. I now understand that connection better.
liworden
02:27:30
it was hard for me reading it as opposed to watching a video and seeing the students part
Kellina’s iPhone
02:27:32
Agreed. Partially met because the science idea wasn’t the focus of the lesson. Instead the pattern was the focus.
Ed Eckel
02:28:00
I wonder if students would notice a rubber band gets thinner as it was stretched more? Would they connect that with the presented pattern?
Cheryl
02:28:18
we spoke about using what they learned and then applying it to the violins.
Marissa Murdock
02:29:11
So the focus of this lesson should really be whether the string needs to be moving to make to sound
Marissa Murdock
02:29:21
and NOT on the pattern of sounds?
Harrison
02:29:37
Is this in a series of lessons? What will be the overarching question for the unit
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:30:14
if you started with volume I think the connection would be easier
Cathryn Carney
02:32:55
Does the thickness of the rubber band matter?
Carrie Adler
02:32:56
WHY do thicker rubber bands make lower sounds, and thinner rubber bands make higher sounds?
stephaniecondojani
02:32:58
Does thickness make a difference in the sound produced?
KARTHIGEYAN SUBRAMANIAM
02:33:00
why thickness matters?
Mico
02:33:00
What else makes sounds like this?
Kathy Renfrew
02:33:01
What else makes sound when It moves?
Hilary
02:33:01
Why do the rubber bands make different sounds?
Mary Lynn
02:33:05
If you change the rubber band length, would it sound the same?
EvaRose Davis
02:33:08
why does the size matter?
18327
02:33:10
students should ask how thickness relates to how sounds are different!
Merrilee Berndt
02:33:12
can I pluck the rubber bands?
Harrison
02:33:13
Is the sound made from the movement of the rubberbands
S Skinner
02:33:14
do all rubber bands make a sound?
S Skinner
02:33:20
what is a rubber band?
Ed Eckel
02:33:26
I felt the box move too. Is that part of the sound?
Lorraine Ramirez Villarin (she/her/ella)
02:33:30
I wonder if this applies to other materials? Do we get the same sounds?
Harrison
02:33:41
will another type of string make the same sounds
C2 Tammy E
02:33:43
Why the different thicknesses create different sounds? or Why does the rubber band make sounds?
Merrilee Berndt
02:33:45
Why don't they sound the same?
Cathryn Carney
02:33:46
Why does this matter?
Mico
02:33:51
Why does it make sounds
Debbie French
02:33:51
Did I get the right answer?
Erin Motley
02:33:54
Why are the sounds different ?
Rebeecca Powell
02:33:55
can rubber bands make music?
Brianna McSweeney
02:34:55
Middle schoolers ask that question too! They always want to be right
Marissa Murdock
02:35:13
Yes.....like do other instrument operate on the same principle
Harrison
02:35:33
what about using cups with varying levels of water
Mico
02:35:33
I guess it might make a difference if they have experience being judged for their thinking. They would worry about getting the right answer.
Mary Lynn
02:35:36
Thank you Kate!
Wendy Binder, NSTA
02:35:38
thank you Kate
Laura Bach
02:35:42
High schoolers also, along with is this for a grade
Suprit Kaur
02:35:45
Thank you !!!
Harrison
02:35:46
Thank you
Cheryl
02:35:49
Thank you so much!
Janet Correll
02:35:50
Thank you
Ed Eckel
02:35:50
I suggest adding guidance to touch the box while the sound is being made by the plucked rubber band.
Hilary
02:35:51
Thank you!
Elizabeth (Liz) Petersen
02:35:52
Thank you Kate! Awesome as per usual. :-)
Thomas David Akpa
02:35:53
Thanks
Ariel Delos Reyes
02:35:54
Thank you
EvaRose Davis
02:35:55
Thank you, Kate. Thank you breakout room team!
stephaniecondojani
02:35:57
thanks!
Sarah Sleasman
02:35:59
Thank you!
Lorraine Ramirez Villarin (she/her/ella)
02:36:09
Kate, this was great!
Kate Soriano
02:36:18
Collection of resourceshttps://my.nsta.org/collection/xb2BRjWKjLM_E
Laura Bach
02:36:24
Thanks!
Michelle Phillips, NSTA
02:36:27
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Erin Motley
02:36:28
Thank you. You clearly took time to organize a thoughtful night along with collections of relevant material to use for other applications.
Kathy Renfrew
02:36:29
Kate , you nailed it!
liworden
02:36:36
Thanks!
Roy Biñas Basa
02:36:36
Thanks
Maajida Murdock
02:36:44
Thank you
Hilary
02:36:46
Will you post the link for the evaluation?
Rebeecca Powell
02:36:49
Thank you 😊
Sandra Calgaro
02:36:50
Thank you. We covered a lot in a little bit of time.
Ed Eckel
02:36:57
will the resource link download to my library as a file or as a disconnected set of files?
Melissa
02:37:18
thank you, i understand sensemaking better because of my group!
Mico
02:37:18
Thank you!