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Anna Marie
34:27
All on the Teaching Channel website, too. Thanks!
Sheila Nyquest
34:41
Hi from Sheila Nyquest
Allison
35:07
Hi! Allison from Mat-Su
carrie.hughes
35:24
Hi Sheila!! From Carrie Hughes
Cindy McKibben
36:09
Both of the attachments for this webinar were the same. Both of them were the powerpoint. Did anyone else see this?
Lisa Andriesen
36:14
it is fixed now though
Anna Marie
36:20
Yes
Lisa Andriesen
36:28
I just rechecked
Lisa Andriesen
36:30
it’s fine now
Jennifer Eubank
36:38
I just downloaded both…different
grey-levine_karen
36:40
It’s been changed. You can get the handout now.
Anna Marie
36:41
Both are same for me. The supplemental
Catherine O'Neil
36:42
Both of mine are okay - I just loaded it.
Beverly Reichen
36:43
Hello from Randy Reichen and Bev Reichen
Kimberly Nudi
36:43
It worked correctly for me about 10 minutes ago
Cindy McKibben
36:52
THanks. They were the same last night.
Patti Lloyd
37:25
I told them - they were the same and they fixed it - just reload the page and it will send you the right ones.
Anna Marie
37:39
Just tried…same ones
Melissa Crane
38:25
https://asdn.org/wp-content/uploads/De-Stress-Supplemental-Packet.pdf
Anna Marie
38:26
Got it now…
Melissa Crane
38:51
https://asdn.org/wp-content/uploads/6-De-stress-the-Test-PPT-Handouts.pdf
Carol
40:03
Carol from Willow here.
Rafe
40:09
Rafe is here from Bethel!! It’s snowing! Yes!!
wright
43:29
Well that makes sense, since students are kids who don’t have jobs.
MH3
43:49
That's funny, wright!
Jennifer Bleicher
44:04
Hello from Wasilla. Bus duty-
Sheri Pahkamaa
44:20
So, why do we continue to test kids?
wright
44:32
Of course homework and tests cause anxiety. That doesn’t go away the older you get.
tanyawimer
44:43
Hello from Chugach! Sorry for being late. I was having firewall issues on school internet. ;)
Carol
47:00
WOW!!!!
Cindy McKibben
47:15
That's crazy!
rknight
47:34
How does the USA compete wth that, or do we really want too???
MH3
47:36
Yes, like systemic cheating, recently uncovered.
Emily Dinges
47:39
Yes!
Cindy McKibben
49:47
MH3, systematic cheating uncovered?
grey-levine_karen
50:27
Testing Miss Malarkey is wonderful!
Jennifer Eubank
50:33
OMG… we have MAPS and Fastbridge this week… K-5…
Jennifer Eubank
51:35
Honestly, I wish parents would just say their kids will not be taking them.
Bethany Fernstrom
51:59
Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Dr.Seuss
Sheila Nyquest
54:32
Hi Carrie 😊
Allison
56:40
It is a new form of zionter.
Kimberly Nudi
56:41
TRaxoline is a New form of zionter
Sheri Pahkamaa
56:42
A new form of zionter.
Carrie
56:42
Traxoline is a new form of zionter.
Emily Dinges
56:43
It is a new form of zionter.
Ginger Hamlin
56:45
Traxoline is a new form of zionter
Sheila Nyquest
56:45
Traxoline is a new form of zionter
rknight
56:46
It is anew form of zionter.
grey-levine_karen
56:48
Traxoline is a new form of zionter.
MH3
56:51
We do think testing is important, particularly for college, there was a fairly recent scandal in the news to inflate college entrances exams
janarose.odenheimer
56:52
Traxoline is a new form of zionter
Amy Ballard
56:54
Traxoline a new form of zionter.
Louise Kern
56:54
Traxoine is a new form of zionter.
Patti Lloyd
56:58
Traxoline is a new form of zionter.
Kimberly Nudi
56:58
It is montilled in Ceristanna
Cindy McKibben
56:58
Ceristanna
Ginger Hamlin
57:00
Ceristanna
Emily Dinges
57:03
iT IS MONTILLED IN cERISTANNA.
Allison
57:03
It is montilled in Ceristanna.
Catherine O'Neil
57:03
It is montilled in Ceristanna.
Jennifer Eubank
57:03
It is monitilled in Crestanna
grey-levine_karen
57:04
Traxoline is montilled in Ceristanna.
Sheri Pahkamaa
57:04
Traxoline is montilled in Ceristanna
rknight
57:04
It is montilled in Ceristanna.
tanyawimer
57:04
It is montilled in cerastina
janarose.odenheimer
57:06
IT is montilled in Ceristanna
Francis
57:07
it minttilled in ceristanna
Amy Ballard
57:09
Traxoline is montilled in Ceristanna.
Emily Dinges
57:10
Ha. Cap lock...
Sheila Nyquest
57:12
Traxoline is moinilled in ceristanna.
Bethany Fernstrom
57:14
Trampoline is montilled in Cerstanna
Kimberly Nudi
57:41
TRaxoline is quaselled by bartering larger amounts of gristeriated fevon.
tanyawimer
57:45
First they gristeeriate it and then bracer it.
Sheri Pahkamaa
57:47
Traxoline is quaselled by large amounts of fevon and then bartered.
Ginger Hamlin
57:49
By gristeriazing large amount of neon and then brater into traxoline
Catherine O'Neil
57:50
The ceridstannians girsteriate large amounts of fevon and then bracter into it.
Sheila Nyquest
57:50
Traxoline is quaselled by large amounts of Fevon.
Allison
57:54
Traxoline is quaselled by large amounts of fevon and then bracter into it.
Louise Kern
57:58
It is bartered into quaselled traxoline
Jennifer Eubank
58:04
It’s our future!
tanyawimer
58:10
It is the most lukized snezlaus
Ginger Hamlin
58:10
It is most lukized snezlaus for the future
rknight
58:13
It is quaselled when the Ceristanniansmake fevon and then bartered.
Emily Dinges
58:13
It is our most lukized snezlaus in the future.
grey-levine_karen
58:16
It’s important to know about traxoline because it of zionter lescelidge
Patti Lloyd
58:17
Our future!
Sheri Pahkamaa
58:17
Traxoline is important because the future of our zionter lescelidge.
Sheila Nyquest
58:18
It is important to know about traxoline because it is the most lukized snezlaus.
janarose.odenheimer
58:22
It is the lukized snezlaus
Allison
58:22
It may be one of our most lukized snezlaus in the future because of our zionter lescelidge.
Amy Ballard
58:24
Traxoline may well be most lukized snezlaus in the future.
Catherine O'Neil
58:25
It is important to know about it because of our zionter lescelidge.
Francis
58:25
It may be one out our must lukized snezlaus in the future
Jennifer Eubank
59:04
nope
Catherine O'Neil
59:07
no
Allison
59:09
No
wright
59:15
No, info about skimming and scanning.
Allison
59:16
Regurgitate
Jennifer Eubank
59:53
On computers
Sheila Nyquest
01:00:20
The quiz was an eye opener for how it most feel to some kids who take tests and have no idea what it is all about.
Catherine O'Neil
01:00:32
c
Carrie
01:00:37
distraction from real learning!!
Bethany Fernstrom
01:00:38
D
Kimberly Nudi
01:00:45
C
Krista K. Smith (Borba)
01:00:47
D
Sheila Nyquest
01:00:48
They can be all of the above.
tanyawimer
01:00:49
I feel like the kid with the rabbit question...
rknight
01:00:49
D
rodney.lloyd
01:00:50
C
wright
01:00:53
c
Ginger Hamlin
01:00:54
A tool for evaluating skills and knowledge
Allison
01:00:59
None of the above for me.
Anna Marie
01:00:59
D
grey-levine_karen
01:01:01
It can be all.
Patti Lloyd
01:01:03
D but maybe C
Cindy McKibben
01:01:18
How are you able to see the slide?
Carol
01:01:26
Irony--my daughter text me today regarding my 16 yr old granddaughter's English
rknight
01:01:59
c
MH3
01:01:59
no worries
Cindy McKibben
01:02:09
C
Anna Marie
01:02:17
Not in ours…NO standardized test in 11th & 12th grades! But ACT, SAT, ASVAB…etc.
Cindy McKibben
01:02:19
No worries, just showed up
Catherine O'Neil
01:02:23
d
Emily Dinges
01:02:29
I honestly don't remember them much. Just did whatever, but I do remember being excited to get the results.
Jennifer Eubank
01:02:38
we took the CATs… it was a one time a year thing… no big deal
Ginger Hamlin
01:02:38
If you’re very prepared there’s less stress… a little stress is motivating
Carol
01:02:44
her texas English. She scored a 3655. State average was 3575. She failed the test even though her score was hire than the state average.
Carol
01:02:57
*higher
Alexis
01:03:03
i only remember taking one so no worries, just showed up
grey-levine_karen
01:03:20
Until the SAT, I had no idea what the tests were for or what results might be as a student
Catherine O'Neil
01:03:42
c
Jennifer Eubank
01:03:48
We also have a million assessments—progress monitoring, MAPS, AIMS or Fastbridge, etc. They are happening ALL THE TIME.
Barb Whiteman
01:03:55
Barb Whiteman: Blowing the entire test off, not of value to the students
tanyawimer
01:03:56
I’ve seen it both ways and much of that depended on how we approached the testing in the school.
rknight
01:04:11
D - they really have developed an “I don’t care attitude….apathetic”
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:04:19
I marked other because many students don’t care and will refuse to try by just clicking through the questions on the computers.
Amy Ballard
01:04:25
disengaged
f366139
01:04:27
Some just did’t care - put anything down on paper.
grey-levine_karen
01:04:38
They just move as quickly as they can to be done
Ginger Hamlin
01:04:49
When it determined graduation, they studies a lot were prepared and most found it not too hard.
Allison
01:04:53
We see it all at some point in the year. Apathetic, stressed, crying, clicking through, worried, calm, excited
Louise Kern
01:05:02
They don’t take it seriously and just click an answer.
Sheila Nyquest
01:05:15
I am trying to respond, but have poor cell service and am going in and out of attendance. 😩. I'll keep trying.
Peggie
01:05:34
If it is tied to a class placement, they take it more seriously.
MH3
01:07:17
Wow, that is surprising, happily.
Cindy McKibben
01:07:23
Unless it's the NAEP, then everyone is all up in arms
grey-levine_karen
01:07:28
That is encouraging.
wright
01:07:44
I’d say that’s par for the course per our culture. Kids model what their parents value.
rknight
01:07:55
They obviously didn’t poll Alaskans… Extracurricular activity would have been much higher!!!
Sheila Nyquest
01:09:32
It is a triangulation of assessments!
Louise Kern
01:09:59
Testing yourself on materials being studied is a great way to find out what you actually know.
Ginger Hamlin
01:11:24
I agree with you Louise
Lisa Andriesen
01:13:14
MAP testing is useful information. Much better than PEAKS
Anna Marie
01:13:28
Not in ours…NO standardized test in 11th & 12th grades! But ACT, SAT, ASVAB…etc.
Jennifer Bleicher
01:13:42
I agree with MAP. Peaks does not provide better data.
Allison
01:13:58
We have 100% participation. We teach it as each test is an opportunity to show what they know.
Allison
01:14:21
I agree with the MAP statement above.
Carol
01:14:41
amygdala
Emily Dinges
01:14:41
My kiddos "practice it" but I think with 1st graders, it just feels like a game to them. We try to pump it up, but it's hard for them to realize what stakes can lie on it. I do use the information, but I also use other information if I question the MAP test.3
rknight
01:14:42
Amygdala
Alexis
01:14:54
amygdyla
Carol
01:15:03
hypcampus?
Anna Marie
01:15:05
Hypocamus (sp?)
Beverly Reichen
01:15:13
amygdala
Sheila Nyquest
01:15:14
Good work classmates!
Louise Kern
01:15:21
Amygdala and hypocampus
Patti Lloyd
01:16:13
ACT OUT
Sheila Nyquest
01:16:21
Have a blow out!
petersonj
01:16:27
poor pencil tips
Cindy McKibben
01:16:38
Can I go to the bathroom?
Catherine O'Neil
01:16:39
Stay home sick
Sheila Nyquest
01:16:48
Get" sick" and not want to come to school.
MH3
01:16:50
sharpen the pencil
Patti Lloyd
01:17:04
Fall asleep
Sheila Nyquest
01:17:32
Start the test, but can't do it. Just sit there and stop.
Allison
01:18:15
We teach the kids to do breathing activities before and during a test.
MH3
01:18:44
Ha ha, I thought of "overtime" work, not over time!
Cindy McKibben
01:21:41
exam stress
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:21:41
Exam stress looks more like “adult” stress!
Catherine O'Neil
01:21:44
exam stress
Barb Whiteman
01:21:47
Barb Whiteman: overall exam stress
Jennifer Eubank
01:21:48
Test anxiety
Emily Dinges
01:21:48
Stress
Bethany Fernstrom
01:21:50
Exam Stress
rknight
01:21:52
Exam stress
tanyawimer
01:21:54
Honestly I see both coming in...
f366139
01:21:57
exa stress
rodney.lloyd
01:21:58
Exam stress
Carol
01:21:59
stress
petersonj
01:22:04
exam stress
Louise Kern
01:22:07
Test anxiety
Amy Ballard
01:22:10
exam stress
Lisa Andriesen
01:22:13
I have stress during PEAKS when I can’t do anything but stare at kids for hours
Allison
01:22:16
test anxiety
Krista K. Smith (Borba)
01:22:17
with my little ones the word ‘test’ sounds scary
Anna Marie
01:22:29
YES!!!
Lisa Andriesen
01:23:21
I think it is designed to torture teachers who multi-task and can’t stand wasted time.
Cindy McKibben
01:24:14
My teenager has continuous partial attention
rknight
01:24:24
We just had an inservice and our presenter showed a video on age-squired add…it was hilarious you should google it:)
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:26:56
Mindfulness and breathing is a game changer in the resource room!
Anna Marie
01:27:09
Precious pic
Jennifer Eubank
01:27:41
I’ve been working on my students in a social group time… I love the hand one we learned in here a couple weeks ago
Krista K. Smith (Borba)
01:27:48
My first graders love the belly breathing!
Sheila Nyquest
01:28:33
We use fidgets as well - squishier work great.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:30:26
Love that, especially when we are talking about kids who don’t understand feelings!
Emily Dinges
01:31:18
My kids love this one!
Emily Dinges
01:32:09
That twinkly tone is like Pavlovs. We use this one so much it is like second nature.
janarose.odenheimer
01:34:14
A lot of the teachers in our building use me Moves or go noodle
Sheila Nyquest
01:34:20
what a great visual activity!
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:35:06
I love my singing bowl!
rodney.lloyd
01:35:41
There is a good video on Youtube for helping to teach belly breathing: Relaxed Breathing Training, Version B. I shows a puffer fish to help teach the method.
Allison
01:37:33
That sounds like a great idea!
Sheila Nyquest
01:40:33
I moved my PE to the morning and it really helped my kiddos start their day.
MH3
01:41:46
Collaborative activities have movement built in!
Bethany Fernstrom
01:41:51
Alaska has a 54 minutes a day law for physical Activity
Catherine O'Neil
01:46:01
Fish tanks
Kimberly Nudi
01:46:15
lava lamp
Sheila Nyquest
01:46:22
I had a candle for end of the day community and it was a wonderful way to end the day in a peaceful relaxing way. The fire Marshall wouldn't approve of a real one, but there are battery operated candles now.
MH3
01:48:41
this would be a good one to use for practicing impulse control, I can imagine lots of blurting.
Allison
01:48:58
That's an interesting idea.
Bethany Fernstrom
01:51:42
mind yeti
Patti Lloyd
01:51:42
We’re going to buy lava lamps
Jerry White
01:51:56
mindful eating with kids and staff.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:51:56
Mind Yeti is tied into our Mindful Monday, so it is direct instruction as well as Growth Mindset.
Sheila Nyquest
01:51:58
Started staff meetings for adults at the start of meetings and shared other activities with my staff.
grey-levine_karen
01:52:28
We’ve tried the triangle breathing with older kiddos and other breathing techniques from a book we have here.
Catherine O'Neil
01:52:29
breathing techniques with the kids
Allison
01:52:39
We use an expandable ball to breathe with the kids. We have been using lessons to work on Growth Mindset.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:53:11
The Mindful School Leader - Brown and Olson, published by
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:53:18
Corwin….sorry!
Patti Lloyd
01:54:34
Muscle memory
Allison
01:54:36
We model this with string, yarn, rope and a few students. Kids remember this visual.
Sheri Pahkamaa
01:55:41
The power of “YET”!
rknight
01:57:02
I have had Mr. Ford’s quote on my class room walls for about 20 years.
Allison
01:57:43
Yes! We have purchased a number of books that talk about the power of YET. (Kids picture books)
rknight
01:58:33
My GT students did a project to explain growth mindset and then presented it to younger students in their “good Vibes” classes.
Sheila Nyquest
01:59:31
Let kids do self reflections - self checks - they are first to see and catch mistakes.
Jerry White
02:00:10
without mistakes, growth slows down.
Kimberly Nudi
02:01:49
3;3
Jennifer Eubank
02:01:51
3, 3
MH3
02:01:55
3,2
tanyawimer
02:01:57
1,3
rknight
02:01:59
3,3
Barb Whiteman
02:02:00
Barb Whiteman: 3 and 1
Carol
02:02:00
0, 3
Jerry White
02:02:04
3/1
grey-levine_karen
02:02:04
3/3
Beverly Reichen
02:02:05
5 and1
Ginger Hamlin
02:02:06
3,3
Allison
02:02:08
3,3
Anna Marie
02:02:09
5,1
Catherine O'Neil
02:02:10
1 3
Krista K. Smith (Borba)
02:02:11
3 and 3
janarose.odenheimer
02:02:12
3/3
wright
02:02:12
3 3
Alexis
02:02:15
5/2
Sheila Nyquest
02:02:21
2 and 2
Patti Lloyd
02:02:30
1.5 and 0
Sheila Nyquest
02:05:49
Fun activity is to have class put all the thoughts on a paper and throw them in the trash or write on a rock and throw into the water.
Anna Marie
02:06:11
Amen!!!
MH3
02:06:14
Great quote
Sheila Nyquest
02:06:22
I forgot to add - negative thoughts
Patti Lloyd
02:07:55
y
rknight
02:07:56
Y
Cindy McKibben
02:07:56
Teaching tier 2 words is invaluable!!
Jennifer Eubank
02:07:57
y
grey-levine_karen
02:07:59
Y
Jerry White
02:08:02
y
Emily Dinges
02:08:02
Yes
Sheila Nyquest
02:08:02
yes
Anna Marie
02:08:03
Many levels…
Catherine O'Neil
02:08:07
yes
Carol
02:08:16
I really don't know
wright
02:08:23
yes
Louise Kern
02:08:31
I don’t know.
Sheila Nyquest
02:08:33
I have been doing this for several years with students who have special needs.
Alexis
02:12:17
I recently had a conversation about this exact topic and how the vocabulary teachers use in the classroom can affects nationwide scores!
MH3
02:15:04
Thanks for the humor today!
Emily Dinges
02:17:41
Yep... same in 1st grade.
Emily Dinges
02:18:39
We are the Swanson Squirrels and reference that concept all the time... ha!
Sheila nyquest
02:19:15
Practice what it wil look like that day and heads up!
MH3
02:19:28
tap pencils
Jennifer Eubank
02:19:29
sounds
Anna Marie
02:19:31
smartphones
Sheila nyquest
02:19:32
Quiet in room
Kimberly Nudi
02:19:34
Clock ticking
Krista K. Smith (Borba)
02:19:36
Friends
MH3
02:19:37
write notes
Francis
02:19:37
noise outside
Jennifer Eubank
02:19:40
Kids finishing before others
f366139
02:19:41
Unfamiliar technology
rknight
02:19:43
weather and earth quakes:)
Carol
02:19:46
personal home concerns
grey-levine_karen
02:19:47
We have teams to come in and test kids; the kids do not get to meet them before the test.
Barbara DuBois
02:19:50
definitely other students!
Catherine O'Neil
02:19:51
weather
Sheila nyquest
02:19:51
people going in and out of room
Lisa Andriesen
02:19:52
car outside the window catching on fire—which did happen last time!
Emily Dinges
02:19:56
Anything...
Kathleen Fisher
02:19:57
Early finishers
Jennifer Bleicher
02:19:57
door opening
Cindy McKibben
02:20:02
moose walking by the window
Jennifer Bleicher
02:20:06
hallway noise
Allison
02:20:07
sounds, anything outside the window, the snowplow
Catherine O'Neil
02:20:10
bathroom needs
Louise Kern
02:20:11
hunger
Kimberly Nudi
02:20:16
jets taking off
MH3
02:20:24
ha ha the moose thing happened to me too!
Lisa Andriesen
02:20:31
kids who have colds that sniff SNIFF
Allison
02:20:46
We had a woodpecker pecking on the wood next to the window this fall during testing!
Emily Dinges
02:20:54
I was in a sub level classroom that had a ground level window, and the lawnmower was always super exciting.
Sheila nyquest
02:23:21
Great tip --- 20 seconds at 20!
Barbara DuBois
02:23:58
WE provide water bottles and snacks for them.
wright
02:24:42
Fidget tools aren’t allowed for PEAKS. We have strict protocols in my district that we must follow, and are given a list of allowed stuff.
Allison
02:26:17
I agree!
Anna Marie
02:30:05
Thank you!
MH3
02:30:38
Postive self-talk and academic vocabulary are interesting topics to ty to integrate!
Amy Ballard
02:30:48
I appreciate your pacing and interactive questions, as well as the content of course!
Catherine O'Neil
02:30:50
I have enjoy each class and have tried several things in the classroom.
Jennifer Eubank
02:30:53
Thanks for great class!
Sheila nyquest
02:30:53
The ideas and information have been so beneficial!!!
Barbara DuBois
02:30:56
We look forward to having you here in Alaska!
Melissa Crane
02:31:00
Survey 6: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KQMQMZS
Kathleen Fisher
02:31:02
Ooh I have learned so much! Thank you for doing this. See you this weekend.
Cindy McKibben
02:31:03
Thank you! See you this weekend!
MH3
02:31:04
ARe you reading the papers?
Carol
02:31:04
Looking forward to seeing you speak this weekend.
Allison
02:31:17
I have found the information interesting and useful! We are trying or already doing many of the things you have suggested. Thank you!
andrea colvin
02:31:18
thank you!
grey-levine_karen
02:31:30
I have enjoyed the ideas and information from this class and have been able to integrate many ideas with my students.
Beverly Reichen
02:31:39
Good peppy pace!! I like i
Cindy McKibben
02:31:48
me
Carol
02:31:51
Me!
Kimberly Nudi
02:31:54
I do enjoy that it keeps moving1
MH3
02:31:55
I will be there.
rknight
02:32:00
I have shown much of your information with my 90 year old mother (retired teacher) and it has really given her new activities to practice. I will be at her 90th birthday, so will miss the RTI conference. I have told my colleagues to come to your sessions.
Barbara DuBois
02:32:06
I will introduce myself!
Patti Lloyd
02:32:12
I’ve loved this class, I know I am a better teacher because of it! Thank you!!
Beverly Reichen
02:32:39
We are from Carmel.
MH3
02:32:39
One thing that would improve the chat, make sure all attendees have ALLpanelists and attendees selected!!!
Cindy McKibben
02:32:45
You're all set!
Louise Kern
02:32:46
I’ve used several techniques and shared information that I learned in some the webinars with my weekly group. I hope to help them control their stress as they go through high school.
Barbara DuBois
02:32:48
No flip flops!
Catherine O'Neil
02:32:49
bring a scarf
grey-levine_karen
02:32:51
I think you’re ready! Thank you.
Lisa Andriesen
02:32:56
Thanks!
Krista K. Smith (Borba)
02:32:57
Thanks!!
wright
02:33:01
thanks!
rknight
02:33:02
I sure hope our district encourages more teachers to take other classes from you!
rodney.lloyd
02:33:40
Thank you
Beverly Reichen
02:33:47
lets talk about airstreams sometime!
f366139
02:33:52
Thanks!
tanyawimer
02:35:52
Thank you!