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Education Resources from Virginia's Cultural and Historical Museums and Sites for Fine Arts Educators - Shared screen with speaker view
Clint Alexander
36:59
Hello, Clint Alexander from Gloucester County! Glad to be here!
Christopher Buhner
37:05
Hello from Chris Buhner in VB!
Lydia Mix
37:07
Hello from Rockingham County
Rebecca Behring
37:16
Hello from Spotsylvania
Sherry Wozniak
37:27
Hello! Sherry from Isle of Wight Schools!
Alexandria Taylor
37:28
Good afternoon from Alexandria Taylor in Chesapeake!
Michelle Roberti
37:30
Hello from the Northern Neck; Westmoreland County VA!
Renee Baldwin
37:47
Hello from York County Schools
Kaitlyn Canter
37:58
Hello from Alleghany County!
Anne Waterfield
38:19
Hello from Anne Waterfield from VB!
Sheila Escajeda
38:29
Hello from Virginia Beach!
Ellen Barrs
38:44
Hello from Washington County, VA!
Danah Dargon
38:57
Hello from Danah D. Richmond Public Schools K-5 General music Teacher
Kelly Bisogno
44:38
Welcome again everyone! I am so glad that you are here. When posting a message in the chat, be sure you select "To: All panelists and attendees" so the whole group can see your post! :)
Deborah Quinn
48:47
Hi from Nottoway!
Donna Evans
51:07
Will we be able to get a copy of this Powerpoint?
Kelly Bisogno
52:41
Hi Donna! A recording of this webinar will be posted to the VDOE website. In addition, I will send up a follow up email to all attendees with a PDF copy of this presentation.
Michelle Roberti
01:03:04
Just found the Virginia Ballads playlist on Spotify. :)
David Lovegrove
01:04:52
Story Corps IS awesome on NPR!
Clint Alexander
01:05:11
THE ORGINIAL "Rosa Parks" stories is out of Gloucester County. Irene Morgan July 1944 took the stand of refusing to leave her seat 11 years before Rosa Parks.
Sharon Potter
01:23:36
True, Rosa Parks was more or less the straw that broke the camel's back and caused the boycott on the day of her trial regarding her refusing to give up her seat. I am sure it was especially frustrating when the Irene Morgan case was eventually judged in Irene's favor. That telling her to move was unconstitutional. Even the original ordinance didn
Hailey Fenner
01:24:00
VMHC here! Thanks for the shout out
Sharon Potter
01:24:13
have moving black riders as something that was permissible.
Hailey Fenner
01:25:00
You can sign up for our free PD webinars here: https://www.virginiahistory.org/learn/professional-development
Kelly Bisogno
01:25:09
Library of Congress will be providing a Webinar for Virginia fine arts teachers in September! I am so excited!!
Candace Boettcher
01:25:41
Thank you for that link! I saved it to check out later
Clint Alexander
01:25:50
Oh, I agree...As a come-here to VA in 01, I found that information interested and the fact that they have a state sign to commemorate the historical action. Small things that make history come to life!
Kelly Bisogno
01:26:01
Thank you, Hailey! I will send out that link in the follow up email for participants as well.
Donna Evans
01:26:46
Kelly can you share the link to the Library of Congress Webinar in September?
Kelly Bisogno
01:27:13
Rebecca, I could have spent DAYS just exploring on my own. We were lucky to have an education tour guide who was sharing resources with us.
Kelly Bisogno
01:28:00
Donna, I will send the link as soon as it is available :).
Rebecca Behring
01:31:15
Kelly can you share that link with all of us when it becomes available?
Sharon Potter
01:31:54
One thing that I think needs to be emphasized in all classrooms from Kinder through Universities is that when we address social issues and others that we need to be especially careful not to push our personal views on our students.
Scott Stallings
01:33:00
Is the 2020 Art SOLs on the VDOE website?
Michelle Roberti
01:33:43
Thank you!