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How the OpenSciEd Instructional Model Supports a Coherent Sequence that Addresses Student Questions and Achieves Specified Outcomes, May 20, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tyler B
01:00:26
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Hillary Paul Metcalf
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Susan Bardenhagen
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Valeria.Perry
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Joan
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Brian Reiser
01:01:54
Hi everybody.
Dorothea Panayotou
01:01:58
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CherylMarie1967
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Amity
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Rick
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Maresha
01:03:39
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Shelly Budinger
01:04:05
Will you be sharing out the five parts with us, or do we need to take notes.
Kate Soriano
01:04:20
This is the link to the collection of resources for this afternoon’s web seminar. You may have to cut and paste the link into your browser.https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=H8nSgQDOoiY_E
Kate Soriano
01:07:03
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Kate Soriano
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OpenSciEd Resourceshttps://www.openscied.org/resources
Kate Soriano
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Kate Soriano
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OpenSciEd Presentationshttps://www.openscied.org/presentations/
savithakutty
01:08:06
Aloha from Hawaii
Alana VanDeventer
01:08:16
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Kate Soriano
01:08:46
Please post questions here in the chat window. You don't have to wait for a question break!
Shelly Budinger
01:09:05
How do we access this white board?
Brian Reiser
01:09:08
We love questions. Our whole pedagogy is organized around questions.
Kate Soriano
01:09:26
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Kate Soriano
01:09:54
You will need to copy and paste the links in your browser
Julie Contino
01:10:07
They are on view onlyu
Gretchen Brinza
01:10:12
It's view only.
awhite
01:10:18
How do I get to jamboard without getting off of zoom?
Ashley Klaiss
01:10:23
I am in the Nov/dec jamboard and I don't see the sticky note option
Ben Carrigan
01:10:25
We are in Zoom only
Ben Carrigan
01:10:32
View only jamboard
Ben Carrigan
01:10:37
june is view only
Julie Contino
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Paige Humphrey
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Malcolm Pringle
01:10:47
NovDec, too
Heather Johnston
01:10:47
JulyAug is view only too
Adrienne van den Beemt
01:10:48
Jan/Feb is fine
Allan Powe
01:10:49
NovDec too
Ashley Klaiss
01:10:51
no/dec
Valeria.Perry
01:11:00
Nov/Dec is view only
Kristin Rademaker
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Susan Bardenhagen
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MarApr not working
lisacotter
01:11:02
July/aug also
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:11:05
Im Celeste, Senior High School Teacher, I want to share the topics with my students. Im a Biology teacher
Melissa Manning
01:11:06
having trouble finding the slides
Amanda Robin
01:11:06
Sept and oct work
Kelly Vaiciulis
01:11:25
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Teacher
01:11:26
july/aug is view only
J A
01:11:30
nov/dec view only
Brittany Meeks
01:11:31
I wanted to do this webinar to learn how to be a better science teacher. I teach in Florida, and I want to try to incorporate more phenomena and models
Taylor Griffin
01:11:33
July/Aug view only
Reini
01:11:34
link for jan please
Brian Vorwald
01:11:41
Mine is view only. Interested as a curriculum developer and as a staff developer.
Kate Soriano
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Uthra Bala
01:11:46
I am uthira from southern part of India
Marie Humphrey
01:11:47
july aug view only
Margie Brennan
01:11:48
Margie Brennan. I am a the science instructional coach for k-8 and am looking for ways to continue to develop teachers through this time.
Jeanne’s
01:11:52
use the curriculum and want to learn more. Jeanne teacher
margaretaubrey
01:12:00
I am trying to improve my remote learning capabilities in all ways.
Susan Bardenhagen
01:12:00
I signed up because NSTA does great things and on the VAST board, we look for presenters/exhibitors/sponsors. Susan- Virginia
Allan Powe
01:12:01
Allan, Biology Teacher, Hyde Leadership Charter School, Bronx, NY
larasalinas
01:12:04
trying to improve my teaching strategies
Uthra Bala
01:12:08
I am a middle school science teacher
Ashley Klaiss
01:12:11
I want to learn about more resources that uses the NGSS standards to use in my classroom. Ashley, 8th grade science teacher
Malcolm Pringle
01:12:19
I’m interested in adapting the MS progression for High School — I like it better than the NGSS Appendix K Model 1 Map ????
Heather Johnston
01:12:20
Heather from Oklahoma, always looking to learn more about engagement
Mary Ann Jaskolski
01:12:35
Mary Ann Jaskolski: I teach STEM at Dove Academy of Detroit
Dorothea Panayotou
01:12:36
Dorrie Panayotou, Independent Science Tutor. Working on writing online science curriculum. I want to get more excellent resources for my classroom.
lbeechler
01:12:38
Teacher strategies to engage students
Melissa Manning
01:12:39
I teach 7th grade science in Nebraska. I joined the webinar to learn more about our new standards which are drawn on student questions
Deb
01:12:42
I am interested to see how this curriculum can be used via distance learning.
terrycontant
01:12:46
I wanted to dig deeper into your program and it’s philosophy. Terry Contant from Connecticut.
Sandra Gordon
01:12:50
I believe July/Aug is view only
J A
01:13:01
interested in seeing ngss in practice and what other teachers and developers are doing
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:13:12
This would be a memorable experience for me as a teacher to communicate and listen on NSTA. I am a proud member of NSTA. I want to impart this with my colleagues in School.
lisacotter
01:13:13
Middle school science teacher — doing my own professional development
Malcolm Pringle
01:13:16
Me, too, about distance learning — including using Jamboard, so thanx for the trial run here !!!
Valeria.Perry
01:13:17
I am Valeria Perry and I teach in NM. I have wanted to give my students a better since of ownership of what they are learning. I feel that if I can help drive the students questions they will have more ownership and want to learn in the place of feeling like it is being forced on them
Teacher
01:13:30
Middle School Science teacher from Hawaii. Looking for ways to improve engagement in distance learning.
Mark Watrin
01:13:38
Mark W Washington State retired science teacher and TOSA. Current school board members. Reason. Middle school adoption cycle coming up soon
Dawn Guanciale
01:13:44
Dawn from Georgia, I teach at a Juvenile Youth Detention Center with multi-grades in the class.
CherylMarie1967
01:14:06
The reason for my participating in this webinar is I am transitioning from teaching HS Chemistry to HS Algebra based Physics for Freshman. Given the current situation I want to have effective tools for teaching what may be a hybrid in-person and online course.
Kristin Rademaker
01:14:36
Kristin Rademaker from Illiniois I am Instructional Coach for a MS implementing OpenSciEd and also an OpenSciEd PL facilitator for NSTA. I also really really love all of this work and hearing words of wisdom from Michael and Brian!
anastasiajin
01:14:54
I am constantly looking for new approaches and new solutions. Teachers who aren’t always students might not be the good ones.
vwesner
01:14:55
Love using storylines!
Betsy Barent
01:15:14
Betsy Barent, Science Coordinator from Lincoln, NE. We have teachers using OSE and storylines and I want to be able to support them better!
Julie Rickansrud
01:15:38
I can not hear anyone talking…
Tabitha Johnston
01:15:44
Washington State: I am new to NGSS at middle level so I would like clarification on the grade level band content expectations.
Tracy Cropsey
01:16:39
Tracy Cropsey, middle school and high school science teacher in a small, rural public district in southwest Michigan.
jcdavid
01:17:34
Instructional Assistant Jackie David from Louisiana
Stephanie S.
01:17:48
@Julie - go to the microphone in the bottom left corner. Click on the carrot and check and make sure your speakers are higlighted.
Sarah Delaney
01:17:58
The Jamboards should all now be editable.
BeckerJo
01:18:18
Julie- Check to make sure your speakers are not on mute. or change your audio settings by using the up arrow next to your mic icon in the meeting
Holsinger William
01:18:26
I agree with many other teachers, (such as Brittany)
Treshia Vernon
01:18:56
The reason for me being in the webinar is to gain more knowledge to use in Science rmotely
Malcolm Pringle
01:21:54
My favorite factoid about Everest — the top is a limestone, with shells that formed under water, yet is now the highest place on earth. Sorry, the geologist in me …. ;-)
Joan
01:22:28
Malcolm, I did not know that. That is cool.
Brian Reiser
01:22:42
Malcolm - this unit gets to that very intriguing observation. It’s a lot of fun.
Marcia M
01:23:01
The earth is amazing! Thanks for that info, Malcom!!!
Carrie Akins
01:23:33
Whats on their handouts?
Ben Carrigan
01:23:56
What great discourse!
Malcolm Pringle
01:23:56
I love the extracting evidence from text - very CCSS!
Malcolm Pringle
01:24:07
And then the discourse …
Brian Reiser
01:24:18
The handout is a short reading giving more observations about what happened in the earthquake to Everest. It doesn’t give any explanations - just more elaborations of the data they will be using.
Treshia Vernon
01:24:24
Great discussion, student engagement rock
Savitha
01:24:44
Awesome. Student oriented classroom
Ashley Tilley
01:24:50
Getting to those SEPs for sure!
CherylMarie1967
01:25:31
I notice 2 students participate but the 3rd is silent. How do you hold students accountable for participation?
terrycontant
01:25:36
Thoughts about how to continue this kind of small group discourse in the new world of social distancing?
Brian Reiser
01:26:03
Cheryl - pay attention to how the teacher has the small groups share out in this clip and think about your Q.
Olivia.Debrah
01:26:10
l appreciate that seminar walks as through this phenomena model.
Laurie Wretling
01:26:32
You can set up zoom meetings and have kids go into breakout rooms and set up places for them to record their thinking. You can also then bop into the rooms. The idea of discourse is allowing students to play with ideas.
Melissa Renko
01:26:44
The 3rd student may be a selective mute. I have had Ss in my classes choose never to speak, but at least they can be a part of the group and listen to ideas.
Sarah Delaney
01:26:44
We have generated suggestions for moving this type of teaching to remote learning and they are hosted here https://www.openscied.org/remote-teaching/
Alicia Wedderburn
01:26:45
Students participate in different ways. The third student was engaged even though he was not speaking.
Rae McEntyre
01:27:07
@CherylMarie1967 I think we have to think about different ways of participating. Some students may need to process and listen whereas others just "jump in" . Of course, I'm not sure where in the discourse process this video took place.
Treshia Vernon
01:27:15
I love the DPS revoicing
Melissa Renko
01:27:41
Yes, participations does not =verbal
Laurie Wretling
01:27:42
Sarah- thank you for pointing out and generating this resource!
Rebecca Lipson
01:27:48
I like the circle for sharing ideas so everyone can see each other and be on a more equal level.
Ashley Klaiss
01:28:06
I like how this teacher is asking the student to say what their partners said. It keeps the pressure off a student she calls on if they don't know the answer
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:28:28
In this type of classroom, the teacher is the facilitator and the learners are participating very well. It is a student-centered teaching. LEARNER CENTERED and not the traditional type teacher=centered
Brian Reiser
01:28:30
Rebecca we have a resource in the Teachers Handbook that talks about “science circles”. It’s a big part of the central discussions.
Malcolm Pringle
01:28:36
Sarah — at the end, can someone discuss experiences trying Jamboard to have students do “white boarding” in groups remotely?
iPhone
01:28:41
yes I love the listening to your partners!!!
Kathy Gill
01:29:07
Interesting that the teacher had students share out the ideas of their partners.
Kate Soriano
01:29:10
Rebecca, the Handbook is #3 in the collection https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=H8nSgQDOoiY_E
Rebecca Lipson
01:29:33
Thank you, Kate!
Kate Soriano
01:29:45
NP!
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:29:56
This is another kind of Cooperative learning, exploratory type of teaching wherein students will try to explore and find the answers on their own
iPhone
01:30:15
and this is the NGSS connection for patterns. “what is true here may be true there”.
Albert David
01:30:27
Is the OpenSciEd model an expansion on the 5E instructional model?
Joan
01:30:37
How long/ how many class periods are being used in what we are seeing?
Brian Reiser
01:31:36
Albert - The storylines approach was certainly informed by 5Es as well as other approaches like project-based science and problem-based learning.
Sarah Delaney
01:31:41
Typically this routine is between 2-4 instructional periods
Sarah Delaney
01:31:55
With each period being 45 minutes
Margie Brennan
01:32:14
where do they start with the vocabulary? example techtonic plates?
Albert David
01:32:14
Thank you, Brian.
Susan Bardenhagen
01:32:21
Sharing a partner's ideas is a super cooperative learning strategy that both encourages collaborative, respects others' views, and can address the student who doesn't want to share with class.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:32:24
It is a group work activity
Andi Polanski
01:32:35
How do you support students getting beyond the "I don't know" phase?
Rae McEntyre
01:32:38
Will Northwestern by offering any further trainings in using the Storyline method?
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:33:16
The students are collaborating all ideas to connect all the contexts and concepts from specific to general
Carrie Akins
01:33:43
Is this before any plate tectonics instruction?
Shelly Budinger
01:33:47
How long is this seminar?
Shelly Budinger
01:33:54
I have other meetings today
Kate Soriano
01:33:56
Please continue to post questions! We are monitoring the chat so you don't need to wait for the question break.
Kate Soriano
01:34:07
Shelly, the web seminar ends at 1:30 pm ET
Michael Novak
01:34:07
Yes it is before any instruction on plates
Michael Novak
01:34:25
And no instruction on earth structures, weathering, erosion, rock cycle....nothing
Shelly Budinger
01:34:34
oh darn, I may need to monitor and/or return. We have meetings with students at 1.
Shelly Budinger
01:35:01
Do I have access to the entire presentation? Thank you for responding.
Don Boonstra
01:35:12
This is being recorded and you will have access to archived recording.
Shelly Budinger
01:35:26
Excellent, thanks, Don
Laurie Wretling
01:35:48
Utilizing models to activate and build schema.
Zhang
01:35:53
Will the PowerPoint slides and the chat scripts also be available?
Catherine
01:36:12
sorry for coming in late had to teach until 12:30
Shelly Budinger
01:36:27
Where will I find the archived recording? Sorry for so many questions, but I am very interested.
Albert David
01:36:33
Is the model on the right created by the students?
Don Boonstra
01:37:21
You will get an email in a day or so that the recording is ready.
Kathy Gill
01:37:24
Do you find that students new to this type of learning are reluctant to put out their ideas in an initial model? What can a teacher do to get students beyond their reluctance?
Kate Soriano
01:37:28
Shelly, you will find the archive in the collection after 48 hours
Chelsea Jones
01:37:58
@kathy I have taught this storyline with my students and they were SO excited to brainstorm what was wrong with her
Michael Novak
01:38:05
Yes Kate, in the first time they do it. But in their second or third unit, they get the purpose/goal - everything is on the table.
Sarah Delaney
01:38:18
We hosted a webinar last week focused on Equitable Science Classrooms. You can watch the archived webinar here https://common.nsta.org/resource/?id=10.2505/9/WSNSTA200514
Chelsea Jones
01:38:31
Usually once one kid starts posing questions, the others join in! They loved that she was a real person and couldn't wait to figure out her diagnosis
Alana VanDeventer
01:38:33
@Kathy Gill I was shocked at the huge increase in the participation. Even the first time it was loads more than normal.
Melissa Renko
01:38:47
Kathy, I think if the teacher values all of their initial ideas, then that helps build trust. They are not supposed to have the answers we just want to know what they are thinking.
Michelle
01:38:59
Does OpenSciED have these phenomenon resources for different standards available to teachers, or are these just examples but teachers have to find their own resources?
Daniel McElroy
01:39:00
I find using the QFT method is a great way to pull out questions
Amanda Robin
01:39:10
I teach 120 5th graders and how do I keep the post note to stay? Lol The next morning most ended up on the floor.
CherylMarie1967
01:39:25
Having used POGIL with classes, HS students are preconditioned to "be told" about topics and tend to not want to have to figure it out. Are there suggestions for overcoming this mindset?
Corrie
01:39:33
Daniel, I really like QFT as well.
Ben Carrigan
01:39:54
Amanda…you need the “super sticky” notes or use tape
Malcolm Pringle
01:39:59
Cheryl — do that digitally in Jamboard! ;-)
Harry Rosvally
01:40:02
I really like QFT too.
Barbara Hug
01:40:13
OpenSciEd units are posted for everyone to use— not all units are up on the OpenSciEd site yet but they are being released as they are finalized.
Kayla Raines
01:40:16
QFT is an awesome method to use.
Melissa Renko
01:40:21
QFT works very well
linda cook
01:40:23
I love all of the effort that goes into eliciting students’ ideas.
Susan Bardenhagen
01:40:34
What is QFT? Question, Find, Teach?
Harry Rosvally
01:40:42
Question Formulation Technique
jfine
01:40:45
When do you foresee some Elementary examples being published? Thank you!
Melissa Renko
01:40:50
Question Formulation Technique
Harry Rosvally
01:40:59
Dan Rothstein and Luz Santana developed QFT
Daniel McElroy
01:41:10
https://rightquestion.org/what-is-the-qft/
Corrie
01:41:11
Read Make Just One Change by
Barbara Hug
01:41:17
Some elementary units are posted to the Nextgenstorylines site now, more are being worked on
jfine
01:41:27
Great! Thanks!
Kate Soriano
01:41:28
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danielvoss
01:41:32
@CherylMarie That’s a great question. I’ve had some success with Modeling’s Mistake Game, Think/Pair/Share, and showing students any reading that emphasizes that you learn by trying new things and making mistakes
Tyler B
01:41:53
Another nice feature if you have post-its falling down, I use the Post-It App and take pictures and share these as PDFs with students as we go - or Jamboard for a digital option.
Malcolm Pringle
01:42:08
Nice live troubleshooting, Sarah!
CherylMarie1967
01:42:17
In order to use Jamboard that would mean having the technology for students to use. I teach at a very low socioeconomic school where some do not even have cell phones and class sets of computers are often booked for weeks at a time by English and History classes.
Kate Soriano
01:42:24
How does the anchoring phenomenon routine support students as partners in the science world?
Kate Soriano
01:42:26
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BeckerJo
01:42:28
can you repost the link to the Jamboard
Joan
01:42:43
how do we get to the jamboard again?
Brian Reiser
01:43:16
We are in the process of posting our revisions of a second grade unit on plants, and just recently posted a 4th grade unit on Waves that was awarded an NGSS Design Badge. https://www.nextgenstorylines.org/elementary
margaretaubrey
01:43:27
They can build off of each other’s ideas in phase 1- wonder and phase 2 explain. They can also make suggestions to one another in research phase.
Kate Soriano
01:43:30
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Melissa Manning
01:43:31
They are working together to answer their questions. Teacher is not the keeper of knowledge. I love it!
Rebecca Lipson
01:44:00
It gives students a chance to make sense of phenomenon without being told.
Melissa Manning
01:44:58
what would the rest of the unit look like? That is where I struggle
diane
01:45:16
This gives a common ground for the students to communicate about.
Marie Humphrey
01:45:22
post link
Mary Ann Jaskolski
01:45:33
This enables students to share their ideas using their voide.
Malcolm Pringle
01:45:42
Real scientists start with the phenomenon first, too!
diane
01:45:49
I am having problems with the jam board.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:45:55
Thanks for that strategy. I will do that in my class in the Philippines
Andi Polanski
01:46:19
wait - can someone repeat what was just said about creating classroom culture? Was there a reference to another webinar/resource?
Michelle
01:46:33
Can jamboard be saved to go back to throughout units?
Teacher
01:46:38
Love this jamboard. Where can I learn how to implement this?
Lisa Janosik
01:47:20
It is a Google Add on
Kate Soriano
01:47:26
https://teachercenter.withgoogle.com/first-day-trainings/welcome-to-jamboard
Melissa Renko
01:47:30
Jamboard is a part of the G-suite. Super easy to use. I think it may cost money.
Teacher
01:47:34
Awesome, mahalo!
Karla Kjrw09@gmail.com
01:47:45
Jamboard has free version
Stephanie S.
01:48:01
Padlet is similar and also has a free version
danielvoss
01:48:08
https://awwapp.com/ also has some similar features for schools that don’t have G-suite
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:48:14
In creating an excellent classroom culture, we should achieve the learning objectives in our lessons, and let the students think and collaborate the answers with the group members. Good motivational activity is good classroom culture.
Malcolm Pringle
01:48:31
Jamboard is just like Google Docs in terms of file saving etc. — it is literally another app in the suite of what used to be Google Apps for Education.
NANCY GILBERT
01:48:32
There is also padlet and that is free. It doesn't have the neon postee's, but you can post and comment and embedded links and videos.
awhite
01:48:33
How do I switch from a "traditional/chapter by chapter" approach to storylines without freaking everybody (parents, students, staff, admin) out?
Melissa Renko
01:48:40
@kayla, is it free now because of the shutdown? Or will there always be a free version?
Savitha
01:48:59
which app is better: padlet or jamboard
Taylor Griffin
01:49:16
As a teacher, can we see which students individual response on Jamboard?
NANCY GILBERT
01:49:17
Depends on what you want to do.
Sarah Delaney
01:49:18
Great question @awhite. We will try to discuss at the end of the session.
Brittany Meeks
01:49:26
Do you know of teachers in Florida using these units to teach? We do not us NGSS
Tricia Tassmer
01:49:50
I can’t get on jamboard
Laurie Wretling
01:49:53
with padlet- you have to pay eventually as you only get so many "boards". It's visually easier to read and easier for younger kids too then jamboard.
Richard Elwood
01:49:57
Can you moderate posts from students on jamboard to check that they are appropriate?
Daniel McElroy
01:50:01
How do I get the students to transition more smoothly from a drill and kill method of teaching to this storyline approach?
Malcolm Pringle
01:50:08
Imo, Jamboard obviously integrates better with Google Classroom, if you are using that as one of your LMS’s.
Alana VanDeventer
01:50:25
@awhite I just send out a message at the beginning of the year. I then tell them to contact me with any concerns. It always works and as kids go home and talk to their parents I start getting thank you!!
Siobhan_Mckenna
01:50:28
@Brittany- We do not use NGSS in VA either but I can put these in some of our units, just not in the same order
Brittany Meeks
01:51:10
@Siobhan, do you find it successful?
Laurie Wretling
01:51:15
EVen if you don't use NGSS, using phenomena is a great way to engage all students.. It provides a reason for kids to know and apply the nitty gritty content
Lara
01:51:17
We have been planning, and have t oimplement next year in Colorado
Savitha
01:51:18
Thank you for the response
Kate Soriano
01:51:38
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Lisa Janosik
01:51:39
If you can’t get Jamboard on a district account you might ask your IT department if there is a restriction?
NANCY GILBERT
01:51:40
You can change the padlet. You can only have so many at one time. I have 5 going right now. I deleted 2 to make room.
Laurie Wretling
01:52:00
Lara- what district are you in? I work in Jeffco and with many rural districts in Colorado with implementation of new standards? I'd love to connect
Brittany Meeks
01:52:10
I love that this looks like a normal classroom
Siobhan_Mckenna
01:52:11
@Brittany- I find using phenomena, modelling, and student discussion to not only be successful but necessary in the science classroom
Kate Soriano
01:52:14
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Stephanie S.
01:52:22
In Padlet, you can save it to your computer before you delete it so you can archieve it.
Brittany Meeks
01:52:45
I use phenomena's for my units, and have been doing more hands on. I want to incorporate more models.
Siobhan_Mckenna
01:53:03
@Brittany- also, it really helps to reach those kids who learn differently
Laurie Wretling
01:53:04
Where do you all see Essential Questions (or Driving question- a bit different) in this process?
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:53:17
In Philippines, since we are lockdown, the school year will start on Sep 24. But we will start the flexible blended learning by June05, 2020.
Sarah Delaney
01:53:33
For questions about using Jamboard, I encourage you to watch the archived version of this webinar in which the teacher from the Everest unit describes how she is using it with her students to teach remotely https://vimeo.com/407762731 And here is a resource associated with the webinar https://www.openscied.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Resources-for-Remote-Teaching-Navigation-Routine.pdf
Kathy Gill
01:53:35
The class discussion looks different in this class where students are in desks in rows as opposed to the other class we saw where students were sitting in a circle.
Sarah Kious
01:53:42
Something that I struggle with is knowing what to do on day 2. We just skipped from the anchoring phenomenon routine to several weeks in the future. But how did the teacher determine which student questions to answer? Did they ask student groups to break up the questions and answer them, then share? Did the whole class work on each question together?
Brittany Meeks
01:53:44
I have a hard time getting all my students to participate. Some students just sit there.
Malcolm Pringle
01:53:54
Hey, I’ve taught classes in Boston with Michael (the teacher in this video). But I’m in California, now. ;-)
Siobhan_Mckenna
01:54:38
@Brittany- check out the video
Debra Smith
01:54:46
Hmmm..why did he cut him off?
Siobhan_Mckenna
01:54:55
there are kids not participating, that's everywhere
ATaylor
01:55:01
Great panel. Excited to watch
Debra Smith
01:55:02
I feel like he should have let him finish what he was saying
Diana Harris
01:55:17
getting students to participate, learn how to transition is something I model as part of our classroom expectations
Glen Cochrane
01:55:28
How do we move storyline model of pedagogy to the remote teaching (or blended) that we will face in the Fall?
Kate Soriano
01:55:44
Reshare from Sarah Delaney to EveryoneWe have generated suggestions for moving this type of teaching to remote learning and they are hosted here https://www.openscied.org/remote-teaching/
ATaylor
01:55:53
to watch the recording I mean. I set my reminder an hour late
Tarun Choubisa
01:56:28
What is happening on the other tables? How do we know that they are discussing about the same topic?
Michael Novak
01:57:31
A next step in this discussion now is for small groups to report out their ideas…. And what direction should we head to get the evidence we need to resolve thisw
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:57:55
WE should integrate other subjects in our topics in science to make it become integrative.
Tarun Choubisa
01:58:14
@Michael OK. Interesting. Thanks
Ben Carrigan
01:58:15
I think that is setting up your classroom environment. The only way to know for sure that everyone is on task is to keep it whole group. I think students staying on topic is your expectation, however may not always happen. You could have the students turn in an exit slip about their discussion as evidence.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:58:37
I agree with you
Karla Kjrw09@gmail.com
01:58:40
Thank You Sarah!
Ben Carrigan
01:58:47
They may have to record in their notebooks…
Holly Sullivan
01:59:16
So consider using technology like JamBoard to have students submit their thinking. That way you can collect all their thinking and they can see each others’ ideas.
Malcolm Pringle
01:59:20
I’ll ask this now, to address in the Q&A at the end …
Malcolm Pringle
01:59:41
Have storylines been applied to high school curricula yet?
Celeste Recente (MLA)
01:59:59
as a teacher, must be a good facilitator. We are a classroom Manager. A good teacher knows hoe to manage the whole class
Karla Kjrw09@gmail.com
02:00:04
I have my students share in small group and report out in whole group. They have to record their thinking in notebook or digitally.
Holly Sullivan
02:00:10
Inquiryhub for biology storylines
Kate Soriano
02:00:18
@Malcolm https://www.nextgenstorylines.org/high-school
Sarah Delaney
02:00:18
https://www.colorado.edu/program/inquiryhub/curricula/inquiryhub-biology
danielvoss
02:00:22
@Malcolm https://www.nextgenstorylines.org/high-school more in bio/chem than physics
Malcolm Pringle
02:00:24
This obviously has to be after a unit where they develop what a chemical reactions is!
Sarah Delaney
02:00:55
You got it Malcolm. It comes after two Chemistry units.
Sarah Delaney
02:01:47
Here is the scope and sequence to see where it comes. This is unit 7.3 https://www.openscied.org/scope-sequence/
Malcolm Pringle
02:03:06
Yeah, my struggle for HS — getting teachers/admin on board for an integrated, rather than single subject, multi-year progression!
margaretaubrey
02:03:20
enjoyed what I learned but need to go to a parent meeting. Thank you.
YooJeH
02:03:35
I missed the first part of webinar because of another webinar. Is there any way I can get a recording of this session?
Malcolm Pringle
02:03:37
Not to mention teacher credentialing regimes …
Sarah Delaney
02:03:44
The iHub curriculum is a Biology course.
Brian Reiser
02:04:18
Malcolm - Inquiry Hub and Next Gen Storylines collaborated on a full year HS biology. Also exploring some HS chem this year. https://www.nextgenstorylines.org/high-school
Jessie Cadigan
02:05:12
What is the timeline for release of this Plate Tectonics unit?
Kate Soriano
02:05:49
See resource #6 in the collection to see where this routine fits within the storyline https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=H8nSgQDOoiY_E
Brian Reiser
02:05:53
Jesse unit release schedule is here https://www.openscied.org/unit-development-schedule/
Sarah Delaney
02:06:36
Although there will be some adjustments to that schedule as a result of the COVID-19 school closures. We should have an updated schedule released early next week.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:06:37
These are all different teaching techniques and methods in teaching and learning
Sarah Delaney
02:07:19
But we are aiming to release Unit 6.4 Plate Tectonics in Summer 2021
Adrienne van den Beemt
02:07:32
How do sticky-note boards work when you have multiple sections?
Brian Reiser
02:07:37
And you can download the Inside our Bodies unit today.
Tricia Tassmer
02:07:42
I’d like to see that gotta have it checklist close up...
Corrie
02:08:14
Adrienne, different colors per hour is what I have used
NANCY GILBERT
02:08:15
In last week's webinar, they showed some classes have one big board while other have one per class.
Daniel McElroy
02:08:56
I have been using jam board and had the kids use a google form for their questions
Kathy Gill
02:09:03
What is a Progress Tracker?
Brian Reiser
02:09:06
Adrienne Some teachers use flip chart so they can have a separate Driving Question Board for each period. Some teachers merge the kids’ questions once the units are underway if they are similar enough, maybe using a diff color sticky note for each period. There are other strategies as well. See the OpenSciEd Facebook groups for some teachers discussion these strategies.
Kerri Marsh
02:09:19
How many of your teachers who have tried this have more than one section of the class. What tips do they have to manage 5 sections of class all moving in the same direction of the story but all in different places, having different thinking and maybe needing different guidance. In addition we have three teachers for the grade and we are required by administration to give common formative and summative assessments. Do you have tips on how to incorporate those into the lesson.
Daniel McElroy
02:09:20
Kathy I think a summary table
Adrienne van den Beemt
02:09:21
Thanks for the different ideas!
Kate Soriano
02:09:27
@YooJeH You will receive an email when the archive of today's web seminar is available. You will find it in the collection in about 48 hours https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=H8nSgQDOoiY_E
CherylMarie1967
02:09:29
@Adrienne I am thinking of using trifold presentation boards for each class and reusing for each unit if necessary.
Kate Soriano
02:09:45
See resource #6 in the collection to see where this routine fits within the storyline https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=H8nSgQDOoiY_E
Brian Reiser
02:10:33
Right kerri and Daniel it is like a summary table. It keeps track of what our class has figured out. But it also keeps track of why we were working on each piece. It is the class level and/or individual student level history of what we were wondering. What we did, what we figured out from that, and then what we did next. A table of our progress.
Jeanne’s
02:11:35
It also is the facts and models learned. It becomes the notes. Progress Tracker
Christina Feorino
02:13:02
Will there be a webinar regarding the Progress Tracker?
Malcolm Pringle
02:13:33
How flexible is the curriculum. Could you, for example, “give” McKenna some Covid-19 symptoms, instead?
Laurie Wretling
02:13:37
Thank you from Colorado!
Kate Soriano
02:13:39
bit.ly/JanFebJamboardbit.ly/MarchAprilJamboardbit.ly/MayJuneJamboardbit.ly/JulyAugJamboardbit.ly/SeptOctJamboardbit.ly/NovDecJamboard
Diana Harris
02:14:09
also works well with aggressive monitoring allows for on the fly redirection of misconceptions
lbeechler
02:14:51
Could you put all of the tools we would need to do this digitally with our students using online learning, so we could deliver this on zoom?
Mary Ann Jaskolski
02:15:01
How long does a typical unit take?
Kate Soriano
02:15:23
bit.ly/JanFebJamboardbit.ly/MarchAprilJamboardbit.ly/MayJuneJamboardbit.ly/JulyAugJamboardbit.ly/SeptOctJamboardbit.ly/NovDecJamboard
Brian Reiser
02:15:24
Unit length varies. shortest is about 3 weeks. Longest is about 6 weeks.
Bill Folk
02:15:30
How do you assess students to address NGSS expectations?
jcdavid
02:15:35
Helps students understand their role in the learning process
Melissa Manning
02:15:45
My question is how teachers stay organized through this to help guide students to answering standard related questions.
Savitha
02:15:47
lbeechler…ditto … same thought
diane
02:15:49
Yes online learning is definitely a need.
Michael Novak
02:15:49
Units range in length = average is around 6, but we have at least one that is 8.
Michael Novak
02:15:58
weeks
Ashley Klaiss
02:16:05
6 weeks or 6 days?
Michael Novak
02:16:10
Brian is right - shortest is 3 weeks
Michael Novak
02:16:11
weeks
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:16:17
I learned other strategies and styles of a good classroom culture, Having observed the videos, I learned a lot from it. As a teacher, we must develop to our students to explore,, investigate and find the answers on their own and learn to collaborate or connect with the group.
Melissa Manning
02:16:58
What are some beginning of the year units to start to shift students thinking?
Malcolm Pringle
02:17:04
Cool idea to use bit.ly’s to distribute Jamboard templates. I assume this would be much easier through Google Classroom?
Glen Cochrane
02:17:16
What does the teacher do when the "most important question" differs is each class or isn't the way the teacher wants to go?
Sarah Delaney
02:17:23
https://nsela.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=602:join-us-for--staying-grounded-when-teaching-remote--webinar&catid=23:in-the-news&Itemid=155
larasalinas
02:17:32
thank you
Sarah Delaney
02:18:08
https://www.openscied.org/remote-teaching/
anastasiajin
02:18:08
great
lbeechler
02:18:11
Thank you
Alana VanDeventer
02:18:22
Thank you so much!
BeckerJo
02:18:28
Thanks
Brian Reiser
02:18:52
You can follow Gretchen on twitter
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:19:06
WE have different learners inside the classroom, so we should have the differentiated instruction to all of the learners.
Glen Cochrane
02:19:20
need to traing the tools before content
Susanna Potter
02:19:34
What is Gretchen's twitter handle?
Catherine
02:19:35
went to nsela site unless you are a member you can not view the archieved webinar
Brian Reiser
02:19:43
Gretchen - @gretchenmilary
Joan
02:19:46
Thank you. I have to go to another meeting. I will be sure and follow up.
ATaylor
02:19:47
I use twitter with student so they can post questions and have bachchannel discussion. I do like Jamboard. Think I will try it this year with my freshman.
Susan Bardenhagen
02:20:00
Will you give your individual email addresses at Open SCIEd so we can follow up with specific questions?
Savitha
02:20:11
Thank you . Lot of good valuable information and how to teach differently
Zhang
02:20:24
Padlet may also be used to share ideas.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:20:50
We use Moodle Platform with my College Students in Manila. But in Senior High School is flexible blended learning.
loriejavier
02:21:08
Thank you! Great to see these units in the classroom!
J A
02:21:10
ditto Padlet
Malcolm Pringle
02:22:07
Yeah, that’s the critical art of the science teacher — making sure the phenomenon can be a useful anchor phenomenon!
diane
02:22:34
Where are the recordings of these presentations housed?
Tricia Tassmer
02:22:58
is there a list of what students need to know before going into each unit?
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:23:23
At the end of the lesson, science teachers should inculcate to the learners to apply the lessons in every day life and to become life-long learners,
Marie Humphrey
02:23:41
great question Tricia
Ben Carrigan
02:24:40
What are the best ways to keep teachers from being overwhelmed with the length of the units….so much information, some teachers will go to something else.
Malcolm Pringle
02:24:52
Yes, that’s why in integrated model needs to be in high school, too! My key help to drive that change out here is that California has now adopted an integrated state test, rather than the single subject state testing model like in Massachusetts.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:25:14
Good
Christina Feorino
02:25:31
Where can I go to find out more about the Student Progress Trackers?
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:26:06
In the Philippinres , we use Spiral Curriculum in SHS
Malcolm Pringle
02:26:32
Parking lots can also lead to Science Fair projects …
Sarah Delaney
02:26:37
We hosted a webinar last week focused on Equitable Science Classrooms and we shared about the Progress Tracker. You can watch the archived webinar here https://common.nsta.org/resource/?id=10.2505/9/WSNSTA200514
Tarun Choubisa
02:26:48
@Celeste, how does it work? Would like to know more
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:27:14
Yes
Christina Feorino
02:27:16
Thanks, Sarah. I was there for that one but wanted to get more info as I still would like to find out more about them.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:27:19
I am enjoying
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:27:30
I am so satisfied and learning a lot
diane
02:27:43
Where will this recording be found?
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:27:46
As a teacher we should be a learning leader
Savitha
02:27:54
Lot of new ideas and thoughts.
CherylMarie1967
02:28:04
Has anyone had success with classifying the driving questions as a class and prioritizing based on the frequency of a particular questions? Can it be extended across all sections?
Kate Soriano
02:28:07
Diane, the archive will be in the collection after 48 hours
lbeechler
02:28:08
How do we get certificate of attendance?
larasalinas
02:28:27
Thank you so much!
Marie Humphrey
02:28:34
excellent presentation...Thank you
Kerri Marsh
02:28:38
thanks
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:28:38
Good to see you all. Thanks
Melissa Renko
02:28:38
Thank you very much!
Teacher
02:28:41
Thank you so much! I am inspired!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:28:41
Thank You!
isabelborges
02:28:45
Thank you
diane
02:28:45
Thank you all great information for the participants,
J A
02:28:46
Thank you all.
jfine
02:28:46
Thank you so much!
CherylMarie1967
02:28:55
Thank you!
Dolly Kansal
02:28:56
Thank you so much.
Jeanne’s
02:28:57
thank You!
Tracy Cummings
02:28:57
Well Done!
Annette Brown
02:28:59
Excellent Session
Reini
02:29:00
thanks a lot.....very informative session!
Kate Soriano
02:29:00
This is the link to the collection of resources for this afternoon’s web seminar. You may have to cut and paste the link into your browser.https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=H8nSgQDOoiY_E
Liliia Khmarskaia
02:29:05
Thank you!
Marcia M
02:29:05
It is so helpful to see this process in action. Thank you!!!
Loren Quinn
02:29:05
Thank you!!!
Karla Kjrw09@gmail.com
02:29:08
Awesome resource! Thank You!
Erin Mayer
02:29:15
Thank you!
marielkolker
02:29:17
Thank you!
Ashley Klaiss
02:29:18
Thank you!
Savitha
02:29:27
Great presentation
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:29:27
It is already 1:29 in the morning here May 21,
Kate Soriano
02:29:32
NSTA free 30-day membershiphttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/freemonth/
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:29:43
Very good! Interesting and engaging material. Very classroom adaptable.
Savitha
02:29:47
Thank you Brian, Michael, Sarah
Kate Soriano
02:29:48
NSTA Daily Do - Sensemaking tasks for K-12 educators and families engaged in distance- and home-learninghttps://www.nsta.org/dailydo
maureen foelkl
02:29:55
I can't wait for the elementary units. Thank you for the presentation.
Celeste Recente (MLA)
02:30:09
Thanks for sharing those links
Tyler B
02:30:11
DailyDo is a Daily MUST! Good stuff! Thanks all for a great session!
Savitha
02:30:19
Hi Don how are you How are your dogs
Kate Soriano
02:30:30
NSTA upcoming web seminarshttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/webseminars/
Brian Reiser
02:30:38
Maureen - here is a link to several storyline elementary units https://www.nextgenstorylines.org/elementary