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PDG Webinar 2- Carol Siegel - Shared screen with speaker view
Dixie Johnson
20:38
I love it!
KATHY
21:10
mental health professional , do CPP
Amy Newman
21:34
Former Family Childcare (25 years), home visiting now.
Lauren Moberg
21:55
Welcome all! The PDF of tonight’s powerpoint can be found here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1BGKyrITTTMjyzMYtdmRNcpI5FQc-TE5E
Amy Newman
22:25
Thank you!
Martha
27:00
I’m wondering, Carol, if you can speak to the resentment that comes from systems that don’t seem to “see” or “hear” families? I’m thinking about how hard it has been over the past year to, for example, find info in languages other than English re: COVID, testing, vaccination, etc. When the resentment is not towards the client/family but towards systems rooted in privilege, whiteness, presumed education or wealth, etc.?
Tony Raymer
38:05
Teacher and parent relationship too, teacher and parent often have different views on how to respond
Erin Wirtz
38:43
I see differing viewpoints on kids tattling in class
Sarah M.
38:55
A big battle I see is “they just want attention”. Which is exactly right, they want and need our attention. We need to consider, how can I support them.
Kerry Youso
39:09
Are there some interns working models that are harmful in the results of natural responses to children…. And it is difficult to address when one is viewed as “right” and on as “wrong” ways to approach children.
Kerry Youso
39:19
*interanl
Kristina Spidahl
39:20
Different view points on what is clean/organized
Kimberly Krause
39:47
as a Head Start home visitor I have to take the parents view and no that child doesn't mean that want attention that is how we build trust
Shari Herding
39:48
how to handle sharing take turns vs waiting until first child is done
Sue Monson
40:38
When co-teachers have different teaching areas/backgrounds, such as Special Education and General/Early Education. These two areas can have very different ways of interacting with children.
Cheryl
41:15
Love the iceberg example
Shari Herding
43:41
what would be a great way to change from carrying to caring
Lynn
43:49
My little guy has recently become very clingy. Mom thought it might be because she's working 5 days/week now post covid. I could see a bigger view, new house being built, super excited about new step dad but ant
Lynn
44:31
anticipating new sibling when he's been the youngest... Lots of changes
Holly Wilcox
46:46
I’ve been working with families for almost 8 years. I think the last 3 years atleast once a year I wonder why I do this work….I don’t like feeling this way.
Sarah M.
48:22
I believe that this can tie into the caregiver’s feelings that they have felt pain, the child must also need to learn pain
Sarah M.
48:44
I believe that this can tie into the caregiver’s feelings that they have felt pain, the child must also need to learn pain
Holly Wilcox
49:09
I watched a parent walk around her crying child the other day as if she wasn’t there. When I stepped in the parent looked at me as if I was crazy.
Kelly Pieper
57:54
How can you differentiate between limiting the number of significant trauma cases (good boundaries) and avoidance of certain kinds of clients as an indicator of burnout?
Cheryl
01:02:56
activated but not responsible for
Dixie Johnson
01:03:08
I love that truth!
Sarah M.
01:04:29
It is important to remember that we teach and serve the families that we have now, not what we want to expect of them and where we think they should be.
heather osland
01:06:22
👍🏻
Shari Herding
01:06:26
i know that for me self care is very important such as i get pedicures or do a face mask
Johanna Hauck
01:06:45
Would love to have this powerpoint if able
Kim Swick
01:06:50
so how do we, as admin, best support our staff to help them recognize and prevent burn out?
Tony Raymer
01:07:00
Can you talk more about not invested in outcome in a system where we are incentivized to focus on outcomes
Lynn
01:07:22
I've been teaching since 1985. I've learned the seeds planted today might not manifest for 20 years. That knowledge helps me stay resilient.
Dawn Block - NW
01:07:45
Great advice, "our client's lives are not our lives," so good to remember!
Valerie Matthews
01:08:11
Please put back the slide with the quote "Keep the passion but learn.... I did not get to complete writing it
Don Sawabini
01:08:18
It's important to me to remember that I am not perfect--to give myself permission to be imperfect, and to keep learning. (I'm a preschool teacher.)
Martha
01:09:19
Lately I’ve been talking with parents about the feeling/experience of when they set a boundary with someone who triggers them (teacher setting a boundary with a child’s parent in a child care center, parent setting a boundary with their child’s other parent, a provider setting a boundary with a coworker, etc.) and noticing/paying attention to that feeling (of joy, confidence, satisfaction, etc.) so that you can remember how to take care of yourself and set the boundary the next time around.
Sarah M.
01:09:31
Good point, Don! I tell myself that it is for the best I don’t know everything. No one likes that person :)
Mary Linn
01:11:46
Sorry this is Mary Linn it sounds like you can hear me as I am driving. My phone was in the backseat. I pulled over now. There is no way for me to mute my sound?
Sarah M.
01:12:27
No one can cross your boundary without your permission
Lauren Moberg
01:12:36
Hi Mary! your sound is muted :) it just looked like you were trying to raise your hand with a question
Mary Linn
01:14:47
Lol must have bumped
Dawn Block - NW
01:14:55
Thank you!
Sarah M.
01:14:58
That was a wonderful description, I have been in a similar situation and appreciate the analogy.
Martha
01:14:58
Thank you, Carol!
Teya Dahle
01:15:07
ALWAYS helpful Carol..
heather osland
01:15:10
thank you 😊
Kimberly Krause
01:15:11
thank you very much this has been very helpful I have been feeling worn but love Head Start and supporting our families
Jen-MVAC, Head Start
01:15:13
Thank You!
Mary Linn
01:15:18
Awesome as usual!!!
Kara Kampa
01:15:19
thank you Carol!
Cheryl
01:15:20
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and information!
Rachel Hauschildt
01:15:21
Thanks for this webinar and the puppy!!!
Parker Deen
01:15:25
Thank you SO much. It’s wonderful to have this validation, support and understanding!
Kristina Spidahl
01:15:25
Thank you
Bobbi Krumrei
01:15:26
Thank you!
Jennifer Donahue
01:15:26
Thank you
Faviola Mtz.de Estrada
01:15:26
Thanks was really interested
Jenny Goranson
01:15:27
Thank you, great information!
Maristela
01:15:28
Thanks!
Lori Kuenn
01:15:28
thank you!