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Begin with the Brain Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
mary
35:34
👍🏾
Mick Wykis
39:22
practice and rehearsal
grey-levine_karen
39:22
Challenge
mary
39:23
variety
Cindy McKibben
39:23
strengthening synapses
Anna Marie
39:23
Challenge/choices
elise poole
39:27
pruning
f367866
39:27
Challenge
Eliza Warmack
39:30
all of it!
Carrie
39:31
Choice/novelty
Catherine O'Neil
39:31
Natural Pruning
Lisa Andriesen
39:32
mix it up
tanya wimer
39:35
The pruning is fascinating to me.
Jerry White
39:36
I’m eager to learn about pruning.
Lila
39:37
Strengthening synapses
bettystrawamos
39:39
snapsisStrengthening
Allison
39:44
Strengthening synapses and instructional variety (challenge)
Barb Whiteman
39:44
Barb Whiteman: I want to see how a cooperative group can be a learning experience, not just one person.
Jennifer Eubank
39:47
I can say I am not much of a fan of group work but I do love the idea of novelty.
Barbara DuBois
39:47
The pruning part is fascinating. Lose it or use it!
kbrumfield
39:49
strengthening
Louise Kern
39:52
active processing
Jerry White
40:53
The documentary about her was fantastic!
f367866
41:21
I agree!!!
MH3
41:21
Ditto!
Anna Marie
43:14
2
MH3
43:16
2
Louise Kern
43:16
2
Eliza Warmack
43:23
5
Jennifer Eubank
43:25
4
MH3
43:29
3e
Barb Whiteman
43:30
Barb Whiteman: 4
Marisa Frey
43:32
4
Allison
43:33
4
Kimberly Nudi
43:34
3
petersonj
43:36
3
Mick Wykis
43:38
3
bettystrawamos
43:40
4
Carol Luce Wright
43:49
3
f367866
43:54
4
Jennifer Eubank
44:55
8
Louise Kern
44:56
9
Carrie
44:57
8
f367866
44:58
8
Catherine O'Neil
44:58
8
Eliza Warmack
44:59
8
Kimberly Nudi
45:00
8
Jerry White
45:00
8
Ginger
45:00
8
Allison
45:01
8
Mick Wykis
45:01
8
Carol Luce Wright
45:02
10
Marisa Frey
45:02
8
tanya wimer
45:04
8
Emily Dinges
45:05
8
Louise Kern
45:06
8
petersonj
45:07
8
Elise Poole
45:08
8
Barbara DuBois
45:09
9
grey-levine_karen
45:10
8
Louise Kern
45:14
8
Jennifer Eubank
45:19
2
Jerry White
45:20
2
Louise Kern
45:21
2
tanya wimer
45:21
2
Eliza Warmack
45:21
2
Catherine O'Neil
45:21
2
Carol Luce Wright
45:22
2
Elise Poole
45:22
2
Allison
45:22
2
MH3
45:22
2
Lila
45:22
2
Marisa Frey
45:24
2
Barbara DuBois
45:24
2
Mick Wykis
45:26
2
Cindy McKibben
45:26
2
Carol Luce Wright
45:27
2
Carrie
45:27
2
Kimberly Nudi
45:29
2
Ginger
45:29
2
grey-levine_karen
45:37
2
Jerry White
45:47
NADS
Alexis
45:51
SAND
Eliza Warmack
45:52
nads
Elise Poole
45:53
SAND
Barbara DuBois
45:56
SADN
Emily Dinges
46:07
Never do silly acrobats
Jennifer Eubank
46:08
New Diets Suck Always (NDSA)
Allison
46:17
:)
bettystrawamos
46:21
ndsa
Lila
46:32
Never Deny Super Acrobats
Eliza Warmack
46:39
never dice slimy apples
Lila
46:49
LOL
f367866
47:53
Always Do Nice Stuff
Barbara DuBois
49:05
Was not the glial glands the ones that when they disintegrate this is part of the process of MS?
MELLISSA MAYSE
52:13
Sorry I am late. I had a required meeting to attend
Rafe
56:00
Sorry I’m late! I had bus duty!!
Jerry White
57:04
Hi Rafe.
Rafe
57:19
Hi Jerry!
Kimberly Nudi
57:26
Is this where “re-uptake” happens?
wright
57:40
So amazing - and this is all happening millions of times if not billions, all the time in the brain.
wright
58:53
I believe the fluid can hold a charge as well..?
Barbara DuBois
01:00:28
Is this where anti-depressants come into play? Do the seratonin inhibitors prevent the neuro transmitters from jjumping the gap too quickly? Or is that a different matter?
Jennifer Eubank
01:03:32
OK so I know people are not pigs but check out this article about reviving pig brains: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01216-4
Lila
01:03:55
Article looks interesting!
Barbara DuBois
01:04:16
What causes the receiving neuron to "inhale" the neurotransmitter?
f367866
01:04:54
I can’t wait to hear how trauma impacts this.
wright
01:05:15
Probably an increased charge prior to the release of the transmitter?
Ginger
01:05:37
I use this to also teach about the one of roles of calcium in the body (works similarly in the ER) for motor neurons.
MH3
01:06:08
Are all neurons sending the signal one way only?
Jerry White
01:07:50
Gliel
Kimberly Nudi
01:07:51
glial
MH3
01:07:52
glial
f367866
01:07:56
glial
Allison
01:08:03
glial
Catherine O'Neil
01:08:07
g;oa;
Catherine O'Neil
01:08:16
glial
Catherine O'Neil
01:09:57
I wonder does automaticity of activities reduce the number of synapses.
Barbara DuBois
01:11:06
what about pruning as an adult? Are the connections the least the older you get?
f367866
01:12:02
The Glial cell is like a busy gardener.
MH3
01:12:04
The axon is like a superhiway
Lila
01:12:04
Pruning in the brain is like pruning in the garden
f366139
01:12:17
Pruning is like shortening a piece of music.
Catherine O'Neil
01:12:23
Pruning is like getting rid of the old making ready for the new.
wright
01:12:41
myelin is like the plastic coating over a wire.
Barbara DuBois
01:12:42
My brain is like a cactus, the older and drier I get, the fewer the thorns.
Ginger
01:12:48
The like cleaning out all the unused junk in the storage shed.
Louise Kern
01:13:09
pruning is like removing excess branches that grow on trees.
Kimberly Nudi
01:13:10
An axon is like a garden hose spraying neurotransmitters into the garden to be absorbed by dendrites.
MH3
01:13:12
the synaptic cleft is like Febreeze in the bathroom
grey-levine_karen
01:13:16
Pruning like like picking the most efficient route on GPS
Patti Lloyd
01:13:18
Sorry - just joining - plane was late - plane landed 10 minutes ago - check in to hotel was super fast thought!!
Ginger
01:13:45
The dendrite don’t absorb the neurotransmitters, they release them.
Jennifer Eubank
01:13:52
My computer just crashed (like a big restart!) and I missed the whole thing!
Eliza Warmack
01:14:29
mind the synaptic gap its like getting on the subway
Carol Luce Wright
01:14:50
or you can add new ones
Kimberly Nudi
01:15:02
love that smilie
Allison
01:15:08
I'm having mouse issues
Cindy McKibben
01:15:39
I must be a genius!
Carol Luce Wright
01:15:42
then I must be really smart
Jerry White
01:16:00
Like my wife’s birthday?
Mick Wykis
01:16:10
Is forgetting actually pruning
Cindy McKibben
01:16:30
can you force pruning?
Carrie
01:17:04
Cindy- great question!
Mick Wykis
01:17:30
don't sweat the small stuff???
Jennifer Eubank
01:17:53
Spelling!
Cindy McKibben
01:17:53
How does ADHD/ADD affect all of this?
wright
01:18:25
Isn’t there a movie about that - eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, where pruning is forced.
Kimberly Nudi
01:18:31
That is exactly how I explain speech therapy to students and families!
Ginger
01:19:19
Spaced… not crammed
Jerry White
01:19:25
OR have a significant impact.
Carol Luce Wright
01:20:10
like defrag for a computer
Jennifer Eubank
01:20:15
This is why sleep disorders contribute to devastating brain diseases (think ALZ, dementia, etc)
Ginger
01:20:25
Cramming for tests doesn’t produce long term memories (I try to remind kids that daily practice works better than all at once)
Jerry White
01:21:19
People with ACEs only have to be informed once.
f367866
01:21:34
Not good news for those of us who don’t sleep ;(!
Mick Wykis
01:21:59
Giving up sleep to be more efficient at work may actually make one less efficient???
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:24:31
Which would be the strong connection of students who struggle with school.
wright
01:24:59
Sadly, negative emotions seem to have a stronger impact than mildly positive ones.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:25:14
Agreed
Jennifer Eubank
01:25:53
So, is exercise the only way to get brain derived neurotropic effect?
Jennifer Eubank
01:27:09
Which would make some sense… once movement stopped at the Elder Care house decline was super rapid for individuals…
Jerry White
01:27:15
That says a lot about learning.
Catherine O'Neil
01:29:23
That's why advertisements are repeatedly saying the name of the products.
Ginger
01:29:24
Seeing the application of prior concepts in new ways….
Allison
01:29:40
The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve: This would be great visual to share with parents. It would help parents understand why we say attendance affects learning.
wright
01:29:49
Yes!
grey-levine_karen
01:29:56
This has serious implications for folks like myself who are specialists and see students just once a week.
Carol Luce Wright
01:29:57
Excellent point Allison!
Cindy McKibben
01:29:59
Good one, Allison!
MH3
01:30:08
great connection there - attendance and learning!
Mary
01:30:23
very true!
wright
01:30:25
Also how important practice is - including homework for specific tasks.
Catherine O'Neil
01:30:40
No kidding - Grey-levine
f367866
01:30:47
Even in coaching … Dr. Hal Wissel says, “When you are able to shoot 1000 correct shots in one hour over a twenty day period, you will be on your way to reaching your basketball shooting goals. Remember, the key to progress is daily practice.
Jerry White
01:30:52
If that was a ski hill, I’d prefer day 6.
MH3
01:31:00
not all comments are visible, some don't have settings adjusted
Mick Wykis
01:31:01
1-3-7 Review Chart for lesson plans?
Barbara DuBois
01:31:22
Learning math or a foreign language builds on previous skills so they really do repeat and review the old information.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:31:27
This is important because every day we have to review classroom expectations and school expectations.
Kimberly Nudi
01:31:41
I love practice makes permanent!
Mary
01:31:45
I see a correlation between memory/rentention and attendance in prek. I also see that the students who practice new skills more often retain and make deeper connections sooner than those who don't.
Anna Marie
01:31:49
Dr. Patricia Wolf!
Barbara DuBois
01:32:07
Are some foods better for the brain than other?
Allison
01:32:10
Yes, practice makes permanent! We say the same...
Patti Lloyd
01:32:48
Repetition with something that really resonates with my students - something that really made an impact - and that really only happens once in a blue moon!
Barbara DuBois
01:34:35
synapse, axon,?neuron, dendrites
f367866
01:34:59
Brain Gym: https://ilslearningcorner.com/2017-01-brain-gym-simple-brain-gym-exercises-to-awaken-the-brain-for-learning-readiness/
Lila
01:35:03
synapse, axon, nueron, dendrite
grey-levine_karen
01:35:06
2
Louise Kern
01:35:07
5
Carol Luce Wright
01:35:08
5
Jerry White
01:35:10
3
Barbara DuBois
01:35:10
3
MH3
01:35:10
4
f156620
01:35:10
5
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:35:10
4 out of 5
Jennifer Eubank
01:35:12
4
Allison
01:35:12
5
tanya wimer
01:35:13
4
Carrie
01:35:13
4
Krista
01:35:13
3
Ginger
01:35:13
5
Alexis
01:35:13
3
Lisa Andriesen
01:35:14
4
Janarose
01:35:14
5
Catherine O'Neil
01:35:16
4
Eliza Warmack
01:35:17
4/5
Kimberly Nudi
01:35:17
4
Mick Wykis
01:35:19
4
wright
01:35:21
5/5 but I used answers in other parts of the chart. :)
Coral Noble
01:35:23
4
f367866
01:35:41
Ugh … not so good … good teaching, but bad memory.
Lila
01:35:52
At our school, we started putting questions from the week that parents can discuss with their students. That is now the homework. Thought of it because it ties into repitition
Jennifer Eubank
01:35:55
Smarty!
Catherine O'Neil
01:35:56
Could Axon also be glail?
Catherine O'Neil
01:36:14
Okay
Anna Marie
01:36:19
Yes Wright, I am guilty of using the chart, too
Patti Lloyd
01:37:00
As I was late I remembered mylane from last week - just patting myself on the back : )
Patti Lloyd
01:37:22
Though I spelled it wrong :-)
Allison
01:37:37
One of my daughter's teachers does the same - emails the parents the topic and a question or two to ask their students. It's a great way for me to know what she is learning and she gets practice!
Jennifer Eubank
01:39:00
I see this in classrooms of teachers I really admire—getting students to think about their thinking
Barb Whiteman
01:40:40
Barb Whiteman: To know that just movement can increase neuron growth.
wright
01:40:43
I want to learn more about what types of repetitive behavior increase learning.
Coral Noble
01:40:46
Curious about the book, "Spark" sounds intriguing
bettystrawamos
01:40:46
Neural Plasticity,,
Catherine O'Neil
01:40:47
The brain is mind boggling.
Mary
01:40:55
how to help kids retain necessary information who have poor attendance.
Carrie
01:40:56
I want to learn more about pruning and what actions/experiences positively or negatively affect pruning.
kbrumfield
01:40:56
How long we retain info
MH3
01:41:01
I want to share this learning with my students
Barbara DuBois
01:41:02
#6 I was at my best when I was working one on one with students.
tanya wimer
01:41:03
I’d like to learn more about pruning to make the brain more efficient.
Cindy McKibben
01:41:04
I want to learn more about how the synaptic processes are impacted by ADHD/ADD
Jennifer Eubank
01:41:06
I’d actually like to know more about/practice questioning techniques to get students to think about what they are thinking about!
Ginger
01:41:13
The forgetting curve is something I will share with my students… graphically demonstrates the importance of review, practice, and reflection.
MH3
01:41:19
yes curious about the power of questioning
Mick Wykis
01:41:30
How pruning works and how it applies to classroom learning
f367866
01:41:32
I am interested in how trauma impacts the chemical processes in the brain. I am also hopeful that new things can replace old things.
Allison
01:41:37
I found the information about consolidation interesting. The fact that we process and consolidate during sleep was surprising...so was the forgetting curve!
Jerry White
01:41:39
For grandchild, Vivian “the terrorist” age five, when initial pruning begins.
Mary
01:41:44
That the brain is powerful and impressionable. You can rejuvenate and rebuild
Mick Wykis
01:41:50
1-3-7 review cycle
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:41:55
How can we strengthen those synapsis in students who struggle?
Barbara DuBois
01:41:57
I'd like to know how to stimulate curiosity more.
Kimberly Nudi
01:41:57
I would love to write up a little blurb to give new speech parents/kids about the science behind learning new habits and why frequency and consolidation are so important in learning a new skill. Think it may help with home practice and you have given us so much information and resources to work with.
Eliza Warmack
01:42:02
it is nice to see the reason for the spiral review
beverly.reichen
01:42:06
I’m interested in the question….when were you at your best today?
Carol Luce Wright
01:42:07
The most important thing I learned today was that forgetting curve. I realized now that this is why I feel like I repeat myself CONSTANTLY!
Anna Marie
01:42:08
My student’s resolve was motivating to me. With all of the challenges and obstacles, this student persevered to graduate tonight. Most surprising…
grey-levine_karen
01:42:16
I am interested in learning more about how I can lesson the “forgetting” when I see kids just once a week. I wonder if having them over the course of many years might impact the learning.
Lila
01:42:17
I love all the questioning techniques. I am taking a math webinair and have really been focusing on probing students to think about their thinking in math. I would like to look into this more.
Louise Kern
01:42:22
i want to help students learn how to understand the way they think and to know that others may operate differently.
Elise Poole
01:42:24
The impact of review on retention.
Kimberly Nudi
01:42:29
Most important thing is the forgetting curve
Jerry White
01:42:49
That is assimilation.
Patti Lloyd
01:43:36
I love to see the counselor teach my 4 year olds and he’ll do this whole spiel on don’t eat candy from a stranger and he’ll say what should you do? Don’t play with guns - something they learned 3 weeks ago! Makes me think what I’m teaching them.
Jerry White
01:47:10
The farmers annoyed at everyone trampling his hay down.
Catherine O'Neil
01:48:13
I want to go back to just the bunny.
Jennifer Eubank
01:48:36
Rabbits started all the trouble
Anna Marie
01:48:56
I was afraid of that…this is your brain on the move…I was on the ocean with a horse
Jerry White
01:49:07
Mall-rat society has arrived. That’s why I live in Bush Alaska.
f367866
01:49:39
Thanks for the brief moment of peace in this busy time of year!
MH3
01:49:50
Where do you work Jerry?
Lila
01:49:58
Thank you so much
Barbara DuBois
01:50:00
The humans screw up the environment everytime.
Janarose
01:50:13
Thank you for that guided practice. I need to be more mondfull to do that daily
Janarose
01:50:20
mindfull
Anna Marie
01:50:52
Muscle memory
Jerry White
01:51:50
Who is MH3?
MH3
01:52:31
MH3 - participant from Anchorage`1
MH3
01:52:38
URban
Jerry White
01:52:45
Good luck.
Anna Marie
01:52:55
👍🏾
Eliza Warmack
01:53:52
I do this at the end of chapters in books and then we perform the book to review it with my younger reading groups.
f366139
01:56:46
In music we like to say practice makes proficient.
f367866
01:56:59
What was the first guys name?
f367866
01:57:33
Thanks!
Jerry White
02:00:41
Wonderful photo! Yes, Dolly Varden.
Ginger
02:01:23
Novelty helps keep their interest
wright
02:04:43
Think - pair - share is a good strategy
Ginger
02:07:18
For my AP Bio I have students make picture notes… diagrams to relate concepts.
MH3
02:07:35
Dinah Zike ideas
Anna Marie
02:07:42
Alaska Code Week!!!
f367866
02:07:59
I love these ideas! Great for kiddo’s with attention problems.
Anna Marie
02:08:13
Our students are coding this week:)
Cindy McKibben
02:08:16
I wish I saw more of this in secondary classrooms
Ginger
02:08:42
Five fingers of evolution (notes on the 5 mechanisms of evolution are drawn/written on a hand diagram).
Jennifer Eubank
02:09:21
students with learning disabilities may need more
Allison
02:12:55
I agree. I believe I've seen research saying that students with learning disabilities may need as many as 1200 repetitions.
beverly.reichen
02:13:38
Anita Archer, SpEd Guru, from U of O says that a student needs 30 repetitions to get it!!
Janarose
02:14:55
I love those.
petersonj
02:15:41
im buying that tonight
Allison
02:16:00
Love Anita Archer! She's an amazing educator to watch!
Lila
02:22:11
Oh fun!
Lila
02:22:29
I have used it before but not from that sight
Allison
02:22:50
We haven'
wright
02:22:55
I also used something called Plickers and of course, Kahoot is great.
Kimberly Nudi
02:23:06
What is the fatty covering of an axon?
Alexis
02:23:06
What is the insulation
Mick Wykis
02:23:11
What is fat?
Ginger
02:23:11
What is the axon insulation
MH3
02:23:11
what is the sheath covering the axon
Eliza Warmack
02:23:13
what is the covering of the axon
Cindy McKibben
02:23:13
What is the covering of the axon called?
Jennifer Eubank
02:23:15
What is the fat
wright
02:23:15
What is the protective coating on the axon
Anna Marie
02:23:15
What is the covering of the axon
Allison
02:23:16
We haven't tried Jeoprady, but we have used Kahoot!
Catherine O'Neil
02:23:18
What is the protector to axons.
Emily Dinges
02:23:19
What is fat covering the axon
Sheri Pahkamaa
02:23:22
What is the fatty sheath
Jerry White
02:23:26
What is the coat coating on a dendrite?
Barb Whiteman
02:23:26
Barb Whiteman: What is the chemical found in axons?
Janarose
02:23:27
The kids love Kahoot
grey-levine_karen
02:23:28
What is the fatty covering of the axon
Louise Kern
02:23:30
what is the fatty protective cover along the nerve shafts
Patti Lloyd
02:23:31
It is the covering on the outside going towards the…
Jerry White
02:24:40
I was on the East German, West German border.
Patti Lloyd
02:24:51
When I was going to school - years ago - 40 to be exact - I loved playing these kind of games and loved learning this way - I found it very effective. I know others didn’t but I loved it!
f367866
02:25:15
What is a mixture of proteins and phospholipids forming a whitish insulating sheath around many nerve fibers, increasing the speed at which impulses are conducted?
Martha Kaufeldt
02:25:33
VERY complete answer!
f367866
02:25:50
I cheated and looked up the definition.
Martha Kaufeldt
02:27:16
Those were our “tablets” in the 80’s...
Anna Marie
02:30:21
Dittos?!
Melissa Crane
02:33:37
Survey 4: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/K2BS8RG
Anna Marie
02:33:41
Thank you!
tanya wimer
02:33:43
Thank you!
MH3
02:33:49
Thank you - great refresher and motivator for instructional variety and learning!
Louise Kern
02:33:52
Thank you
Eliza Warmack
02:33:52
thank you soooo much!
Allison
02:33:55
Thank you!
Krista
02:33:56
Thank you!
Patti Lloyd
02:33:56
Awesome! Thanks!!
Peggie
02:34:05
Thank you for all the information from todays session. I loved the concept day. I can see where this would be so effective.
Melissa Crane
02:34:06
Survey 4: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/K2BS8RG
Catherine O'Neil
02:34:18
Enjoyed the webinar
Mick Wykis
02:34:39
Thanks for a good afternoon/early evening