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E-sports Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Laylah Bulman
21:39
https://www.nasef.org/learning/rube-goldberg/
Kevin Brown
22:09
One of two of my pooches - Puffed Wheat!
Sarah Ryan
23:19
Adorable!
Gretchen Zaitzeff
25:46
Scholarhsips
christinenobbe
25:50
electronic sports
Stephanie Sangosse
25:52
sport activities
Lisa Blank -Watertown City School District, NY
25:53
relevance
Sarah Major
25:54
gamer leagues
elbacon
25:56
sitting
Gretchen Zaitzeff
25:59
Super Smash
Elizabeth Garofalo
26:00
youtube videos
Julianne Wise
26:01
team, belonging
Michael Drezek
26:02
Community, Competitive gaming
Lisa Blank -Watertown City School District, NY
26:08
transdisciplinary
Bobbi Del Bello
26:13
Athletic directors, sportsmanship
Gretchen Zaitzeff
26:31
Inclusive
Mary Beth Guthrie
26:36
competitive for all
christinenobbe
26:55
What is transdisciplary? (vs multidisciplinary)
christinenobbe
27:41
VS interdisciplinary
Kevin Brown
28:02
Multidisciplinary = a course / class with input from multiple disciplines (think STEM + maker space)
Lisa Blank -Watertown City School District, NY
28:04
Transdisciplinarity connotes a research strategy that crosses many disciplinary boundaries to create a holistic approach.
Kevin Brown
28:35
Transdisciplinary = a concept that can be applied across a learning spectrum with authenticity and validity
christinenobbe
28:43
Thanks to Keven and Lisa.
christinenobbe
32:34
Is preferred spelling esports or eSports?
Crystal Townsend
35:04
Will this recording be available for viewing later?
Kevin Brown
36:22
Proper spelling for OUR context is "esports", with capital E when starting sentences or in titles.
Sean McDonough
36:31
This webinar will be available on our Archived Webinar page within 24 hours. http://www.nyscate.org/learning-services/webinar-archives
christinenobbe
36:33
Thanks!
Kevin Brown
36:51
YES on the recording availability after our session today.
Crystal Townsend
37:12
Thank you!🙂
Lisa Blank -Watertown City School District, NY
38:20
That's awesome! Nice way to show the career connections
Kevin Brown
38:38
LOVE this brand new slide!
JESSICA WILLIAMS
38:41
Very helpful info!
Corrine J Barros
39:22
CAN YOU PLEASE SEND THIS TO OUR EMAILS SO WE CAN SHOW OUR PRINCIPALS AND THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY
Edd
39:26
I agree! eSports is a hard sell for those who aren't aware of these connections! This presentation/video will really help me get buy-in from adults.
Elizabeth Garofalo
40:33
I was looking at that on your website. I love it.
belkisbaldera
40:34
May you please, send it to me, so I can show it to my Principal?
Lisa Blank -Watertown City School District, NY
40:38
This graphic needs to be widely shared. I think it will help clear up some of the misconceptions about the role of esports in schools.
Elizabeth Garofalo
40:45
That is wonderful!
christinenobbe
41:51
I agree with Corrine and Lisa - need the graphics to share.
belkisbaldera
42:08
That is great!
Kevin Brown
42:32
So very pleased that you all agree that this is IMPORTANT and timely!
Corrine J Barros
43:12
HOW WILL THIS BENEFIT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SUCH AS GRADES 4TH AND 5TH GRADES GOING INTO MIDDLE SCHOOL
Crystal Townsend
44:50
Will the graphics be available? They are difficult to see on my current device.
Kevin Brown
47:16
Corrine, we will cover this elementary --> middle school topic presently
Corrine J Barros
47:40
THANK YOU CRYSTAL
Aikins
51:58
Have to go to a meeting. Thank you, this was great. Will check it out in archives!
Leif’s iPhone
57:00
Due to sports seasons being cancelled because of Covid I would like to start an Esports team. The problem is this seems like to be all for high school. Is there any avenue for middle school?
Sarah Major
58:13
I'm also interested in getting an organized program for eSports started in my library, but I teach Elementary. Are there programs formatted for my kids?
Kevin Brown
01:01:05
Hello Sarah. I an walk you through what NASEF has done in the Library space to set up clubs and competitive teams. There IS material available for elementary (grades 4-5) schools available, as well.
Kevin Brown
01:01:19
kbrown@ocde.us for more info.
christinenobbe
01:03:02
Can you share the link for the RG website?
Gretchen Zaitzeff
01:03:12
https://www.nasef.org/learning/rube-goldberg/
christinenobbe
01:03:59
Thanks!
Leif’s iPhone
01:04:26
And Middle School?
Julianne Wise
01:04:36
What tools do we need to start a virtual club? Does everyone need a Nintendo Switch at home? High speed internet?
Aileen Basuljevic
01:05:34
I'm going to propose this to my principal at my MS (grades 7/8) today. Who would I get in touch with for getting started once I can convince him?
Crystal Townsend
01:06:14
What supplies/materials would we need to get started?
Corrine J Barros
01:06:31
THANK YOU
Gretchen Zaitzeff
01:06:34
https://www.nasef.org/learning/rube-goldberg/
Gretchen Zaitzeff
01:07:08
Kevin's email: kbrown@ocde.us
Gretchen Zaitzeff
01:09:21
Where is the curriculum housed?
Aileen Basuljevic
01:09:29
Thank You!
Corrine J Barros
01:09:37
WILL WE BE GETTING AN EMAIL WITH YOUR EMAILS
Michael Drezek
01:09:42
Thanks! This was great.
Kevin Brown
01:09:44
On the website, under the LEARNING tab
Corrine J Barros
01:09:54
THANK YOU
Kevin Brown
01:10:18
https://www.nasef.org/learning/community-library/
Lisa Blank -Watertown City School District, NY
01:10:35
One thing that is a big question in NY is Ed Law 2D
belkisbaldera
01:10:42
Please, send it to me too. Thank you!
Edd
01:11:38
Yes
christinenobbe
01:12:27
Thank you for all of the resources!!
Stephanie Sangosse
01:13:58
Awesome...Thank you for everything
Mary Beth Guthrie
01:14:09
I will include their contact info with the recording and files I send to all who registered.
Kevin Brown
01:14:14
Thanks to all of you for attending!
Elizabeth Garofalo
01:14:18
Thank you!
Bobbi Del Bello
01:14:31
Very informative!
Crystal Townsend
01:14:33
thanks everyone!
Edd
01:14:34
Thank you! This was enlightening!
christinenobbe
01:15:27
Thanks!