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Teacher Tip Tuesday, 3/31/2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jessica Holman
01:48:50
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Jessica Holman
01:48:58
Welcome to today’s webinar! We are so glad that you could join us! Here is a link to tonight’s collection: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=J!plus!oyAjbMRbU_E
Tad Drake
01:49:43
Greetings from Montana!
Jill
01:50:42
Greetings from Illinois
maria
01:51:29
I support teachers
Heidi T
01:51:54
D
poonehsabouri
01:51:55
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Karissa Kelley
01:51:56
C
Alejandro Melendez
01:51:56
D.
Greta Nelson
01:51:56
A.
Brandy Butcher
01:51:56
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Christine Royce
01:51:56
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Becky Fahey
01:51:56
I support teachers
bbampoeparry
01:51:57
A
Sonya Wisdom
01:51:57
I support teachers.
Elizabeth Ellis
01:51:57
Teach middle school students
Lisa Myles
01:51:57
I support teachers
Joann Reaves
01:51:57
D
khughes
01:51:58
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Kaitlyn Elliott
01:51:58
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Jay Grosshuesch
01:51:58
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Megan Talbott
01:51:58
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S
01:51:58
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Jennifer Heilman
01:51:58
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Amy
01:51:59
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Katie Donlin
01:51:59
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Darian Founds
01:51:59
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Rebecca Hooper
01:51:59
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wjscanlon
01:51:59
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Alyssa Trudell
01:51:59
B
Shelley Deakins
01:51:59
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Sonia Kraljevic
01:52:00
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Johanna Waldman
01:52:00
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Mr Glenn
01:52:00
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Heather Willhide
01:52:00
middle
aawadhiya
01:52:00
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mary sohm
01:52:00
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Kim Snook
01:52:00
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JLBelton
01:52:01
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Julie Desmond
01:52:01
B
Lindsey Sullivan
01:52:01
E. I support teachers
Jennifer Siler
01:52:01
B
DianaLyn Perkins
01:52:01
D
Nicole Vick
01:52:02
D
Christie Goodman
01:52:02
B. Middle School Teacher
Monique Rothman
01:52:02
Monique Rothman
Derek
01:52:03
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Katie Sams
01:52:03
A.
RYAN HIGGINS
01:52:03
E
Natalie Amores
01:52:03
C
Bridget Phillips
01:52:03
B
Tad Drake
01:52:04
B
Madison Rizer
01:52:04
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Jill
01:52:04
C
Tracy Hall
01:52:04
C
Monique Rothman
01:52:05
A
Ckat Duke
01:52:05
C
Sarah Sacuto
01:52:05
A
Margaret Hicks
01:52:05
D
Jessica Halsey
01:52:06
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Candace Schneggenburger
01:52:06
C
maria
01:52:06
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Emma Rhoton
01:52:07
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Jennifer Sousa
01:52:07
c) teach High school
gmcneil
01:52:07
a
Denise Adams
01:52:07
A
Michelle Cunniff
01:52:07
B
jakub-cerro
01:52:07
C
Mary Knochel
01:52:07
B
Alexis Reagan
01:52:07
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Sue Nutter
01:52:08
B
Kylie Simmons
01:52:08
A
Colleen (2)
01:52:09
A
Anita Windley-Brunson
01:52:09
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Jodi Bahr
01:52:09
D
David Martini
01:52:10
middle school
Liz
01:52:10
B
Abby Schmeichel
01:52:10
D and E
Patricia Childress
01:52:10
High School
Gabriela Rose
01:52:10
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haileyrodriguez
01:52:10
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Judy W
01:52:10
C
Kent
01:52:10
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Trevor Nott
01:52:11
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Richard Neefe
01:52:11
A - support elementary
Kristen
01:52:11
B
curtbrehmer
01:52:12
D
francisco.renion
01:52:12
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Sherry
01:52:12
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Jay
01:52:13
B Middle School
debbiedelgado
01:52:15
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Carol Feeney
01:52:15
B
Martina Pfender
01:52:16
E
Lina Avery
01:52:16
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rachel
01:52:17
c
Laurie
01:52:18
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krisb
01:52:18
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STANYS Account
01:52:18
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Christin Monroe
01:52:18
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Richard Jones
01:52:18
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Lisa Myles
01:52:19
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davis_christina
01:52:20
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Kerry
01:52:21
E
Alison Szczerba
01:52:23
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Makayla Redmon
01:52:23
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AnnMarie
01:52:23
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Ghulam Nabi
01:52:23
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Jennifer Horton
01:52:24
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Tracy Merica
01:52:26
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Darrell
01:52:26
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Kelly Gibson
01:52:28
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cierragreen
01:52:28
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Stephanie Duke
01:52:28
C and E
Brian P
01:52:30
C
Lisa Page
01:52:32
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karonwyatt
01:52:33
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Daniel Pimentel
01:52:34
C
Antonio
01:52:34
B
Marlee Wright
01:52:45
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Brenda Moss
01:53:12
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JC Gutierrez
01:54:24
high school
Jessica Holman
01:54:58
Welcome to today’s webinar! We are so glad that you could join us! Here is a link to tonight’s collection: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=J!plus!oyAjbMRbU_E
Jessica Holman
01:55:04
Friendly Reminder: Please do not turn on your microphone or camera during the program.
Mr Glenn
01:55:33
Hi everyone. Participating from Yokohama
Jessica Holman
01:58:36
Friendly Reminder: If you have questions at anytime during tonight's presentation please feel free to ask them here in the chat box! We are actively watching the chatbox and are ready to record your questions!
Jessica Holman
01:59:01
Here is a link to tonight’s collection: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=J!plus!oyAjbMRbU_E
Adam
01:59:30
hi
Kate Soriano
01:59:59
It's also in the collection
Kate Soriano
02:00:31
STEM Teaching Tool Practice Brief 2
Don Boonstra
02:01:18
padlet.com/mrreedchicago/50ofmhrrs2ny
Jodi Bahr
02:02:10
https://padlet.com/mrreedchicago/50ofmhrrs2ny
francisco.renion
02:02:12
Its not clickable
aawadhiya
02:02:42
How the best way to shopping?
Jennifer Sousa
02:03:15
Why are the HIV treatment drugs working better than the malaria medication
Colleen (2)
02:03:27
emotional connections
bbampoeparry
02:03:47
Can you contract this from the air?
Stephanie Duke
02:04:17
The virus, the disease, and the people if affects
karengkelley
02:04:22
Can ?
bbampoeparry
02:04:41
Is there a vaccine for those that have contracted it already?
karengkelley
02:04:50
Can it last on cardboard packages?
Mr Glenn
02:05:17
Has their been any push back from Admin or parents about discussing this with students ?
Adam
02:05:48
cant hear
Adam
02:06:07
never mind
maria
02:06:16
I would say is relevant to discuss the limitations in science?
Don Boonstra
02:06:17
We had a great seminar on the science of COVID-19 last week. Archived here. https://common.nsta.org/resource/?id=10.2505/9/WSNSTA200325
Jessica Holman
02:06:36
Friendly Reminder: If you have questions for the presenters at any time during tonight's presentation please feel free to ask them here in the chat box! We are actively watching the chat box and are ready to record your questions!
Jodi Bahr
02:06:39
Mr. Glenn, I asked my students if they would like to learn about Covid-19 prior to working on it. They wanted to know why they were losing prom and other events
maria
02:07:04
Apologies, I'm referring to Science as a field of knowledge, not just this current topic
Jessica Halsey
02:07:19
can that link to that padlet be put here?
Adam
02:07:40
the padlet link is farther up the chat
Kate Soriano
02:07:40
padlet.com/mrreedchicago/tmloc6lf18mk
Adam
02:07:46
oops
Jessica Halsey
02:07:57
thank you Kate!
Kate Soriano
02:08:03
No problem!
maria
02:08:08
How to address multicultural groups within the same cohort?
Jodi Bahr
02:08:10
https://padlet.com/mrreedchicago/tmloc6lf18mk
mary sohm
02:08:43
How are teachers getting students to work collaboratively? what platform??
Kaitlyn Elliott
02:08:44
What best practices are there for bring this to asynchronous learning?
Mr Glenn
02:08:44
has their been push back from admin or parents about talking about this in school with students?
Monique Rothman
02:08:47
I’m worried about getting questions that bring up so much anxiety that there will be backlash
Becky Fahey
02:08:51
Is is possible to link a phenomenon in the title portion of padlet, and are students able to drag and drop their questions?
maria
02:08:56
Do you have stats regarding different approaches from different minorities?
Carol Feeney
02:08:59
How do you address with kids on IEP's/ 504s or in special programs ?
Martina Pfender
02:09:02
I was missing emotional support for students with those questions
Sherry
02:09:04
How can we do this with little or no technology?
Alison Szczerba
02:09:23
Will there be more information about the science of how the virus works and why it is so infectious and globally dangerous?
Becky Fahey
02:09:25
For younger students is it possible to use pictures with padlet?
maria
02:09:29
How do you facilitate the topic when working with students with special challenges?
mary sohm
02:09:32
WE can't record our ZOOM sessions.
Denise Adams
02:09:33
What are some suggestions on how to bring this down to an elementary or early childhood aspect? They would see things differently than older students.
ccutrona
02:09:35
How will we be able to have discussions with ESOL in different languages. Hi Carol
Sarah Sacuto
02:09:36
How do you deal with resistance from administrators to address a live phenomena
Trevor Nott
02:09:47
How would you develop this same type of lesson/questionnaire with elementary aged students such as kindergartens students and first graders who might see these topics much differently?
Mary Knochel
02:10:00
I use MiSTAR in Michigan, do you say the word Phenomenon when trying to engage students, I have not, but thinking I should. (I teach 6th grade Science)
karengkelley
02:10:16
What to teach those that will help them feel less anxiety at this time?
maria
02:10:19
What about using case studies for K-12?
Abby Schmeichel
02:10:20
What are some ways to help connect to students who don't have internet?
Kate Soriano
02:10:24
Denise, elementary ideas coming up in second half
Lina Avery
02:10:38
How would you develop this same type of lesson with MS students?
Darrell
02:10:41
What grade level is this? Students would need a little understanding of antibodies.
Heather Willhide
02:11:00
So I know what the word attenuated means, and I'm not ok with it...
maria
02:11:01
How do you address cohorts that include students whose parents are uncomfortable with vaccines??
Kate Soriano
02:12:15
Darrel, this could be adapted for middle school students using grade-appropriate texts or texts modified for middle school students
S.K. Wallace
02:12:25
re: Jennifer Sousa: It may be that the HIV drugs are antivirals, thus are having some effect on the Corona virus (reducing or suppressing it.) The "anecdotal"/observational reports on the effects of anti-malarials may have to do w/ anti-inflammatory effects, (i.e., often, pharmaceuticals and even OTC medications reduce inflammation, fever, etc. not necessarily the main therapeutic effect/purpose,) so some people may actually be feeling better in these (very limited) anecdotal reports/observations, because of lowered inflammation (e.g. lung irritation, reactive airway, sore throat, lowered fever, fewer aches,) but the anti-malarials (very likely) may have little or no basis as anti-virals. [I'm a chemist who started my career in the pharmaceutical industry and have worked closely in the healthcare field in other contexts as well.]
Mr Glenn
02:13:07
is it possible to finish watching this presentation later? I have to go teach a class now
Jessica Holman
02:13:36
The presentation is being recorded, you can watch the archive at your leisure
Heather Willhide
02:13:42
Isn't malaria a virus? So how is anti-malarial NOT anti-viral?
Judy W
02:13:43
How do you address the fear of coming back into community situations such as school after students have heard so much from the outside world. Such as different News outlets or from the public?
Kate Soriano
02:13:48
The recording will be posted in the collection.
KayLynn Luster
02:13:50
Where will the archive be?
Jessica Holman
02:13:57
In the collection: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=J!plus!oyAjbMRbU_E
francisco.renion
02:14:06
Will you give us a certificate of participation for this PD?
KayLynn Luster
02:14:06
Thanks!
Jessica Holman
02:14:22
You must complete the survey at the end of the presentation first
Darrell
02:14:32
Malaria is related to a protist.
S.K. Wallace
02:14:52
Heather Willhide: Malaria is not a virus, but a parasite (plasmodium.)
maria
02:16:34
No worries
Heather Willhide
02:16:43
I knew I wasn't going to enjoy that google search...
Heidi T
02:16:54
That needs to be everyone's mantra right now! :)
mary sohm
02:16:59
This is how my classes are going!
Richard Neefe
02:17:00
Yes - empathy, grace, and flexibility — :-)
francisco.renion
02:25:05
I love the virtual breakout...
Becky Fahey
02:25:24
that was so great to experience, thanks for sharing!
maria
02:25:26
Indeed, so do I :)
Trish Shelton
02:25:30
Thanks Francisco!
Natalie Amores
02:25:35
I love it too!
Judy W
02:25:57
Break out was a good learning opportunity
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:26:02
We had a good (brief) discussion about vaccines
aawadhiya
02:26:03
what kind of technology you are using? break down , polling, brain stroming formate
Carol Feeney
02:26:05
Jigsaw is the way to go!
Jessica Holman
02:26:12
If you have questions for the presenters at any time during tonight's presentation please feel free to ask them here in the chat box! We are actively watching the chat box and are ready to record your questions!
Katie Donlin
02:26:14
Is the virtual breakout a feature on any zoom account?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:26:28
Yes Katie
Don Boonstra
02:26:46
Zoom will allow you to set up breakout in your account.
maria
02:26:48
Can you elaborate on ethics related to scientific experiments?
Becky Fahey
02:26:49
Any suggestions for other ways to do breakouts, most schools are not legally allowed to use zoom
Randy Russell - Colorado
02:26:54
NGSS encourages teaching with models - here's a list of simulations, virtual labs, and games about COVID-19 and other infectious diseases: https://flyrussell.com/coronavirus-simulations
maria
02:27:33
Blogs are great. I tend to believe that anything fostering collaborative learning and building community spirit is crucial right now
Richard Jones
02:27:36
CDC Outbreak Activities and the Learner Disease simulation adding COVID-19 as one of the diseases
Kim Snook
02:27:39
I now have a much better idea of how to set up a driving question board - and then follow up with the jigsaw. I have always struggled with launching the topic.
will
02:28:03
Thanks for sharing that Kim!
Jessica Holman
02:28:05
That is so great Kim!
S
02:28:07
Do you have any resources to help guide students to understand what determines if a resource is credible? I have explained this to my students in the past but something concise would be amazing.
maria
02:28:08
You can also use treasure hunt with kids looking for info
Jill
02:28:13
The padlet website is very easy for everyone to share.
S
02:28:19
To clarify, this would be for elementary students.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:28:24
Slides are there Kate!
maria
02:28:25
QR codes are great for treasure hunts
Becky Fahey
02:28:27
Thanks for suggestions
Carol Feeney
02:28:32
Padlet is also very user friendly
moser
02:29:05
Hi S - vaccinemakers.org - particularly immune system unit 2, lesson 5 has materials for students to evaluate credibility of resources, including website evaluation cards with criteria developed by the WHO.
maria
02:29:14
Storytelling can help them convey their fears without feeling vulnerable
Stephanie Duke
02:29:15
In a usual setting, Padlet has a cost... They may be offering it for free during these "learn from home" days.
Sherry
02:29:42
Is the chat also being archived?
Don Boonstra
02:30:22
The chat is in the recording.
Kent Tartt
02:30:35
great images
maria
02:30:37
Yikes, I think Tyndall effect could help with middle years and freshmen
Colleen (2)
02:30:46
"Alone zone" I love it!
Jessica Holman
02:30:51
Here is a link to tonight’s collection: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=J!plus!oyAjbMRbU_E
ednovate
02:30:53
How do you think about/recommend teachers structure their courses, right now? Even a lesson structured as this one, where students need to attend a lesson at a specific time, engage in break out rooms, is not necessarily going to work for each student. Wondering if you have a way to think about how we structure our lessons.
maria
02:31:08
That is correct
Richard Neefe
02:31:22
Sensitivity — I am still wondering — we have a lot of first responders, active duty military, health care worker, defense workers …. I feel my kids are stressed… and more COVID-19 will not make them less stressed….. or is knowledge power — and this knowledge lends to calming
Adam
02:31:25
one of the best videos I have ever seem about how germs are spread. Mark Rober - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5-dI74zxPg&t=522s
Darrell
02:31:26
How would you facilitate a conversation like this on zoom?
francisco.renion
02:31:26
This partner sentence supports corresponds with one of the key strategies needed to scaffold learning for ELLs in the science classrooms.
maria
02:31:40
Thanks for video
Stephanie Duke
02:31:43
Flip grid lets students create videos and respond to others. This might be a way to encourage student discussion.
ccutrona
02:31:56
This is called Partner Conversation Parts ?
Martina Pfender
02:32:02
I think it is important to add something why we usually do not have to worry so much about all those germs... and why the situation with this virus is so unique to prevent form overreaction and anxiety!
maria
02:32:07
What about considering changes in greeting habits throughout the world??
bbampoeparry
02:32:11
This is a great slide for elementary sch
ccutrona
02:32:46
Agreed. And middle school
Richard Neefe
02:33:06
Love Flip Grid
Colleen (2)
02:33:10
True, Martina
karengkelley
02:33:28
Can we get the slides to teach with?
Judy W
02:33:46
Slides good for elementary & EL students but how can we present to upper high school students
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:33:47
Karen - the slides are in the collection
Richard Neefe
02:33:51
I agree Martina
Jessica Holman
02:33:54
If you have questions for the presenters at any time during tonight's presentation please feel free to ask them here in the chat box! We are actively watching the chat box and are ready to record your questions!
karengkelley
02:33:57
thanks
maria
02:33:57
I'm not too sure that insisiting on 'worry' is wise in particular with young teen agers??
maria
02:34:14
Oh, dear, What about using this crisis as vector of change??
Darrell
02:34:15
Good question!
Carol Feeney
02:34:19
These models were amazing
Adam
02:34:39
Handshaking needs to go extinct.
moser
02:34:46
To Judy W - how diseases spread with a case study of 1918 influenza pandemic for HS students: https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=89wEsOJmv/A_E
S.K. Wallace
02:34:55
Adam: AMEN!!!
Kim Snook
02:35:02
I notice the infected people are all in one area.
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:35:02
A few people sick...many more healthy
Kathy Gill
02:35:03
The sick people are in the middle
Kent
02:35:03
sick are in a central area.
Colleen (2)
02:35:04
there are only a few orange dots
Stephanie Duke
02:35:06
Those that are sick seem to be near each other.
Judy W
02:35:06
Sick people are all in the same area
Katie Donlin
02:35:07
Why are some of the dots closer together
S
02:35:08
There are orange dots in the center of the rectangle.
Lina Avery
02:35:09
The infected ones are concentrated none area
Natalie Amores
02:35:10
less red dots than grey
karengkelley
02:35:11
The sick are in a small group in the middle
Greta Nelson
02:35:12
why are the red dots in the middle?
Kylie Simmons
02:35:12
There are more blue dots than orange dots
Abby Schmeichel
02:35:12
Will the dots move around
mary sohm
02:35:13
most oranges dots are together sick people
francisco.renion
02:35:15
What do the red and blue dots indicate?
aawadhiya
02:35:16
very small population in center
wjscanlon
02:35:16
Not very many are sick.
Natalie Amores
02:35:27
all the orange are in the middle
mary sohm
02:35:29
what are the dots?
bbampoeparry
02:35:29
there are sick people in the community
sandy.frazier
02:35:30
Teachers could do some Math.. How fast will the virus spread by time?
S
02:35:30
Individuals
maria
02:35:31
No info regarding age group
Trevor Nott
02:35:31
Many sick individuals are in close proximity to other dots
Katie Donlin
02:35:37
there aren't any recovered
Heather Willhide
02:35:42
small sample size
Kent Tartt
02:35:43
people and families
Kelly Gibson
02:35:50
all the sick dots are close together
Candace Schneggenburger
02:35:57
is the simulation html?
Kerry
02:36:00
2oo people 12/188 sick in original slide
Jessica Holman
02:36:05
Continue to record what you notice and wonder about the model
Darrell
02:36:21
Is anyone immune in this model?
Stephanie Duke
02:36:23
The blue dots get close to a red dot, then change color
Stephanie Duke
02:36:29
Now I see pink dots
Adam
02:36:32
May need to stop using playdouh in multiple classes.
maria
02:36:34
How do you relate this with self distancing policies? In the classroom I mena
mary sohm
02:36:36
orange spread blue disapperar purple appearing
Monique Rothman
02:36:37
Wow, the orange dots are now everywhere, it is “scary”, followed by pink dots, so now it’s less scary
Abby Schmeichel
02:36:37
When a recovered dot interacts with a sick dot they don't become sick again.
Kylie Simmons
02:36:39
Most blue dots turn orange and then they turn purple
Kathy Gill
02:36:39
Why does the number of sick go down?
ednovate
02:36:39
What made the sick numbers start to decrease?
aawadhiya
02:36:39
I don't see
Lindsey Sullivan
02:36:39
The dots change colors when they come into contack with each other
Darrell
02:36:40
Can a "healthy person" carry the disease?
khughes
02:36:40
It is spreading very quickly
Judy W
02:36:44
Did anyone Die?
Marina Stojanovska
02:36:46
fast spreading, no healthy individuals anymore
Monique Rothman
02:36:47
Which dots represent death??
Stephanie Duke
02:36:59
One red dot can make several blue dots change color
ednovate
02:37:04
Does everyone experience “sick” the same way?
Greta Nelson
02:37:05
are the all sick for the same amount of time?
S
02:37:05
The dots seem to move more quickly at certain times... not sure if this is a bandwith issue. :)
Natalie Amores
02:37:05
where did the blue go?
S.K. Wallace
02:37:06
Good point, Monique.
Monique Rothman
02:37:09
What data is this simulation based on?
Randy Russell - Colorado
02:37:12
https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/world/corona-simulator/
maria
02:37:14
Yeap, but no info on ages, genders and other relevant variables
aawadhiya
02:37:17
getting antibody
Natalie Amores
02:37:19
why are they all moving around
Monique Rothman
02:37:19
Is this simulation accurate for Coron
Abby Schmeichel
02:37:20
time
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:37:22
When they touch each other
Kerry
02:37:28
saw the recovered people but then nobody healthy by the end of this time period they go to 200 recovered
Sarah Sacuto
02:37:31
Does the virus keep spreading while there are non- sick people?
ccutrona
02:37:33
Are you reading the data at top?
Natalie Amores
02:37:33
it got sick
maria
02:37:34
Thanks, this is awesome
Lina Avery
02:37:35
It had to touch the infected dot
bbampoeparry
02:37:36
The illness did spread
mary sohm
02:37:38
then recovered
karengkelley
02:37:39
It was thse hat recoveered
bbampoeparry
02:37:52
Then they recovered
sandy.frazier
02:37:53
Not coming in clear.
mary sohm
02:37:57
no one social distancd
Natalie Amores
02:38:29
similarity - the red dots start in the middle
Stephanie Duke
02:38:35
difference: dots don't change color as quickly
Kim Snook
02:38:37
This one is moving more slowly
aawadhiya
02:38:37
slow
khughes
02:38:38
It only takes a few sick not staying put
francisco.renion
02:38:39
Slower rate of contagion'
Greta Nelson
02:38:39
the orange dots don't bump into very many blue dots this time. but every time they do bump, they still change the ones they bump into to orange.
Kerrie Pelenytschka
02:38:41
Doesn’t seem to be spreading as quickly
mary sohm
02:38:42
orange grouped and spreading
Kylie Simmons
02:38:42
The orange dots start in middle again. There are fewer orange dots to begin with.
Carol Feeney
02:38:43
If anyone is interested, this is a very well done and informative video about the virus, how it spreads and how we can be "human vaccines"
Lina Avery
02:38:43
Not all infected are moving
Kaitlyn Elliott
02:38:43
Dots are moving less frequently and less far causing the sick dots to not run into others as soon.
wjscanlon
02:38:43
Some of the dots don’t move.
Kent
02:38:44
curve is smaller!
Natalie Amores
02:38:45
differences - less red overall throughout
Heidi T
02:38:45
not as many moving
Lindsey Sullivan
02:38:45
Fewer transmissions
Colleen (2)
02:38:45
The blues are still turning orange, but it is slower
Glen
02:38:46
most dots aren't moving
Kristen
02:38:46
its not spreading quickly
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:38:48
Most blue dots are not moving
Katie Donlin
02:38:49
dots touching produces infection, dots aren't changing as quickly
Kim Snook
02:38:49
More spread out.
Carol Feeney
02:38:51
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtN-goy9VOY
Sarah Sacuto
02:38:51
the spread is so much slower than before- though still happening
maria
02:38:51
is the idea to use the model for kids to learn about this crisis or use this crisis for kids to learn about the use of models in science??
Jessica Halsey
02:38:52
the curve is flattened
S
02:38:54
There are more purple dots.
Abby Schmeichel
02:38:54
Some sick dots stopped moving and recovered
Kylie Simmons
02:38:54
It is not moving as fast as the other video
Judy W
02:38:55
Spread out
Darrell
02:38:58
This is a great way for students to learn about models and limitations/assumptions.
Martina Pfender
02:39:00
difference there are recovered way before sick got too many
Kim Snook
02:39:01
The orange is turning pink more quickly
Adam
02:39:03
IT IS SOOO HARD TO NOT TOUCH MY STINKING FACE - started wearing gloves to stop myself
Marina Stojanovska
02:39:03
slower spreading
francisco.renion
02:39:06
death
Greta Nelson
02:39:07
not all the blue dots turned orange
Trevor Nott
02:39:12
many people were healthy and never got sick in the first place
Glen
02:39:14
stay at home
Monique Rothman
02:39:16
Orange dots not moving means quarantine
maria
02:39:16
The famous flattening of the curve
Adam
02:39:18
STAY HOME - not moving dots
Judy W
02:39:18
People staying home
Martina Pfender
02:39:22
same: dots are moving and change colors
Kelly Gibson
02:39:23
sick people remain still
karengkelley
02:39:27
I see orange dots touch others and turn orange
Jennifer Sousa
02:39:27
Immunity
S.K. Wallace
02:39:33
Staying home while sick/contagious helps the individual recovery AND stops/reduces the spread.
Heather Willhide
02:39:37
So nly some of us will have the immunity if it comes back
Adam
02:39:38
Shelter in place! not sping break for you!
aawadhiya
02:39:39
staying home
Darrell
02:39:46
Thanks - Great ideas for the students!
Kerry
02:39:48
Orange dots stayed quarantined
Carol Feeney
02:40:01
This is a great video for students and the general public for that matter,
Heather Willhide
02:40:02
shouldn't we encourage exposure, like with chicken pox? the sooner you get it the better?
Colleen (2)
02:40:27
Would you suggest doing this with our youngest learners?
Katie Donlin
02:40:28
Are the links to those simulations in the resources?
Heidi T
02:40:29
by doing that we overwhelm the healthcare system
Natalie Amores
02:40:36
I squared is a good instructional tool to use with this
Heather Willhide
02:40:59
wasn't the healthcare system already overwhelmed
Kerry
02:41:00
contact
Adam
02:41:04
handshaking = bumping
Kelly Gibson
02:41:05
contamination
maria
02:41:08
Yay great for kinetics :)
Richard Neefe
02:41:08
Sneezes, hand shakes, touches ..
Randy Russell - Colorado
02:41:09
Disease spread simulations & models: https://flyrussell.com/coronavirus-simulations/
moser
02:41:10
to heather: encouraging exposure when most people are susceptible would overwhelm the hospital systems b/c many people would get sick at the same time.
S.K. Wallace
02:41:15
Heather, when something is potentially fatal, you don't want to encourage exposure. Covid-19 can't be compared with chicken pox in terms of potential seriousness.
Judy W
02:41:27
Bumping of dots represents the type of contact
maria
02:41:41
Thanks so much!
Darrell
02:41:46
Thanks a lot!
Kent Tartt
02:41:47
bumping represent contact inside of social distancing
Heather Willhide
02:42:13
Aren't most diseases potentially fatal to compromised people?
maria
02:42:53
What about using marbles??
Richard Neefe
02:42:55
Thanks for sharing model info — with online learning - we will share a lot of models with kids … and parents. Who don’t have a strong science background
Richard Jones
02:43:26
great
maria
02:43:26
Stained marbles work fine :)
Adam
02:44:52
Yes, use the word phenomenon! - sing the song as well.
karengkelley
02:44:52
Maybe put stickers around the room and if students touch or pick it up they have been exposed.
maria
02:45:05
yeap, that would also work!!
Judy W
02:45:15
How do you approach this to EL students and those from very closed communities (Refugees & Immigrant Families)
moser
02:45:20
heather: immune compromised people are at higher risk, but anyone can get sick and die from an infection. We see that with influenza every year - elderly people with weaker immune systems are at higher risk, and thousands often get sick and die, but every year, we also witness previously healthy children getting sick and some die from influenza too. https://media.chop.edu/data/files/pdfs/vaccine-education-center-infectious-diseases-immune-comp.pdf
Heather Willhide
02:45:49
but we cant get herd immunity from the flu because it keeps changing?
maria
02:46:08
Yesss, such a huge difference as far as we know right now
Carol Feeney
02:46:12
Anyone know of good resources for Flipgrid?
S
02:46:15
I bet you could do a jigsaw using Flipgrid
maria
02:46:26
Can you elaborate?
Richard Neefe
02:46:36
I would use Flipgrid to answer the jigsaw
maria
02:46:44
Ohh, neat!!
Richard Neefe
02:46:50
@S — jinx!~
Sherry
02:46:56
Can you use breakout rooms in google meet?
Trish Shelton
02:47:13
There are also apps kids can use like VOXER— kids communicate via this walkie talkie app or apps like go formative
Adam
02:47:19
Helping students create a personal experience is so important but sometimes videos are still awesome. - this is great https://youtu.be/I5-dI74zxPg germs passing
aawadhiya
02:47:24
I am calling 5 students each day
Patricia Childress
02:47:26
We have actually been encouraged to video lessons and post them instead of having live lessons. This is at the high school level because many of our students are having to work because parents have lost jobs.
Richard Neefe
02:47:28
So - give the lesson ahead of time — then when you zoom connect with the kids — they can then share
Stephanie Duke
02:47:41
Google Suite
Adam
02:47:42
byte-app - 6sec videos - the new vine.
maria
02:47:43
Google admits so many adds-on!
Kate Soriano
02:47:55
Love the idea of VOXER! You can talk to all your students at once! They can listen on their own time
Heidi T
02:47:57
spotify
Kim Snook
02:48:03
Padlet, Google Classroom
Christie Goodman
02:48:07
We are just starting this e learning thing...I am looking for all the tools, tricks and ideas I can!
maria
02:48:09
yess, voxer is brilliant
francisco.renion
02:48:09
Ck12.org has a lot of PLIX and Interactive Simulations on NGSS phenomena
Adam
02:48:36
We use twitter and byte https://twitter.com/FreddyPantaleo1/status/1228320320345583621
Mary Knochel
02:48:46
THANK YOU Stephanie, I will begin using the word Phenomena
maria
02:48:50
Using spreadsheets and datamining for upper high school is awesome
moser
02:49:16
herd immunity can help protect immune compromised people, but that is different from what happens when a person is infected. you can email your questions to VACINFO@email.chop.edu since our conversation is to the side of this presentation.
Darrell
02:49:19
it overwhelms teachers too!
Kate Soriano
02:49:24
Agreed! Here's a great sentence starter for us "I noticed this interesting phenomenon today!"
Alison Szczerba
02:49:29
Does anyone have a good resource about the actual science of COVID or the science of viruses in general for middle school?
maria
02:49:32
And parents at home :(
Heidi T
02:49:42
Thank you everyone@
Gabriela Rose
02:49:44
Thank You all!
Jennifer Sousa
02:49:49
Thank you
Alejandro Melendez
02:49:49
This was really a great presentation. Thanks everyone!
Katie Donlin
02:49:52
Thank you - this was great!
Greta Nelson
02:49:54
Thank you!
maria
02:49:54
Thank you gusy, keep safe!!
Richard Neefe
02:49:54
Thank you
Carol Feeney
02:49:55
Alison S this is a great video for middle schoolers
moser
02:49:55
vaccinemakers.org will be posting news and events Q&A about covid starting soon.
Sue Nutter
02:49:55
Thank you!
gmcneil
02:50:01
thank you
Natalie Amores
02:50:03
Thank you!
francisco.renion
02:50:08
Thank you!
Richard Jones
02:50:11
Mahalo from Hawaii…keep healthy and safe everyone…be a virtual superstar.
Kerry
02:50:13
THANKS!
Darrell
02:50:15
Thanks Will and Kate - great ideas and it really got me thinking about how I am going to do this with my students.
mary sohm
02:50:15
Thank you!!
Carol Feeney
02:50:16
Alisonhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtN-goy9VOY
Sonya Wisdom
02:50:17
Thank you!
Kent Tartt
02:50:19
Thank you so very much for this excellent presentation!
karengkelley
02:50:23
This was a great way to teach this to our students, thanks!
wmurph1998
02:50:26
Thank you!
Carol Feeney
02:50:37
Thanks for the ideas
Adam
02:50:38
allison --- check out the podcast "science Vs"
Kaitlyn Elliott
02:50:39
Thank you!
Jessica Holman
02:50:40
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/freemonth
Martina Pfender
02:50:49
Thank you!
Trish Shelton
02:50:52
Alison- check out this archive from last week with great info about the science behind COVID(and it has a collection) https://common.nsta.org/resource/?id=10.2505/9/WSNSTA200325
khughes
02:51:08
Daily Do is awesome!
Richard Neefe
02:51:09
NSTA Daily Do!!! — thank you thank you thank you!
Jessica Holman
02:51:09
https://www.nsta.org/dailydo
Mary Knochel
02:51:29
love the daily do, so do my students
Jessica Holman
02:51:52
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/webseminars
Kate Soriano
02:51:57
I'll add last week's web seminar recording on the science of the coronavirus and COVID-19 to this collection so you have easy access.
maria
02:52:07
Thanks!
Darrell
02:52:08
This is also helpful when teaching about viruses...
Adam
02:52:10
Awesome podcast about science and particulally Conronavirus https://gimletmedia.com/shows/science-vs/episodes
Darrell
02:52:11
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpj0emEGShQ
Kristin Rademaker
02:52:17
Love the Daily Do!
Jennifer Sousa
02:52:28
Was the link posted for the survey?
Jessica Holman
02:52:36
https://learningcenter.nsta.org/bookstudy/2020-Spring.aspx