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How to Cultivate a Climate of Care During Remote Learning - Shared screen with speaker view
Courtney Selin
17:10
courtney c, Hillsboro Oregon
Jill Bergeron
17:25
Jill Bergeron, Middle School Director at Chandler School in Pasadena, CA
Emily Ramos
17:25
Emily - Montclair, NJ
Kari Riedel
17:36
Welcome everyone!
Michelle Gary
17:42
Michelle, first grade teacher, Piedmont, CA
Kelly Wallis
17:51
Kelly W. Havens Elementary, Piedmont, CA
Vincent Pelli
17:56
Vincent, Montclair, New Jersey
Aly Kujiraoka
18:14
Aly K- Burlingame, CA
sarah miles
18:45
Welcome everyone!
Samantha Selby
18:47
Samantha Selby, Tucson, AZ
Marisa Crandall
18:52
Hi I am Marisa Crandall from Los Angeles
Anthony Russomanno
18:53
Kristin Jones- College & Career Counselor San Juan Capistrano, CA
Georgia Hayward
19:06
Hi from London, England!
Julie Jaworski
19:07
Hi all! I am Julie Jaworski from Maitland, FL
Dee Cutter
19:11
Dee C. School Counselor El Dorado Hills, CA
Julia Richardson
19:18
From Julia Richardson for Smyrna, Ga.
Frances Aboushi
19:21
Hello! Frances Aboushi, Wayne NJ
Dan Rubin
19:27
Dan Rubin, HS Director of Guidance & Counseling, Newton, MA
Evelyn Salyphanh
19:36
Evelyn - Stratford Raynor Middle School in Sunnyvale, CA
sarah miles
19:48
Welcome everyone!
Brooke Holderbaum
19:52
Aloha! Brooke Holderbaum from Hawaiʻi
Wendy Huggard
19:59
Wendy - HS School Counselor, NH
Emily Brown
20:22
Hi all! Emily Brown from Chandler School in Pasadena, CA
Kari Riedel
20:32
Glad to have everyone here.
Linda Kern
21:32
Hi all! Linda Kern from Notre Dame Belmont
sarah miles
22:10
Welcome!
Christopher Johnson
22:20
Chris Johnson, St. Mary's School (Medford OR)
sarah miles
22:35
Hi Mark!
sarah miles
23:41
Aloha!
Kari Riedel
25:27
Welcome to new and old friends!
sarah miles
30:07
Yes, one sec
sarah miles
30:12
Now you should see it
sarah miles
30:39
Did you catch the results?
Kari Riedel
30:52
20% - synchronous, 34% - asynchronous, 47% - half and half
Kari Riedel
32:49
Poll results of who is in the room: 39% - teacher, 28% - administrator, 21% - counselor, 4% - support staff, 2% - nonprofit org, 5% - other.
sarah miles
33:08
Yes, less is more meaning eliminating some content.
Jon Kleiman
35:29
What do you mean, Kye?
Jon Kleiman
36:12
This tool is called Loom
Kari Riedel
36:14
Loom - lets you do screencast recording with screen and video.
Kari Riedel
36:45
Please share other resources!
sarah miles
36:47
Yes, for sure
Kari Riedel
37:00
Quicktime is another way to do this.
Kari Riedel
37:14
Screencastify is another suggestion from an attendee
sarah miles
37:32
Ah, good tip.
sarah miles
37:48
Thanks, great tip
Kari Riedel
38:56
Please share your ideas to all attendees.
Kari Riedel
39:16
What are the routines and rituals that you do in brick & mortar?
Kenton Buck
39:23
We do a greeting at the start of every class with high fives. Now we high five the screen.
Kelly Wallis
39:24
Shout out with gratitude
Mikey
39:25
Check-ins at the beginning of class
Georgia Hayward
39:26
Joke/riddle of the day
Douglas Tsoi
39:29
A moment of silence
Kari Riedel
39:31
attendance questions each day
Angela Gamez
39:32
Tell me something good….
Tobin Bechtel
39:35
Student jokes!
Kari Riedel
39:37
chalk talk conversations
Elizabeth Perry
39:37
Journal writing on an open topic
Jane Choi
39:41
Warm-ups (mental and physical)
Kari Riedel
39:44
High 5 at door as student enter
Kari Riedel
39:51
whip around of ‘most important workd'
Kelly Ellis
40:09
Meetings, sharing, song, question of the day
Kēhau Lucas
40:14
Entrance chant (class does together)
Mikey
40:37
bring your pet to the screen
sarah miles
40:41
Please share with attendees and panelists so everyone can benefit from your wisdom!
Kari Riedel
40:44
morning greetings for friends
Kari Riedel
40:46
songs
Kelly Wallis
40:51
Padlets
Kari Riedel
40:54
greet visitors to the classrooms
Elizabeth Perry
41:00
Use chat feature of Zoom for “one word check in”
Lisa Busby
41:00
Wordle!
Kari Riedel
41:00
recorded morning messages
Tobin Bechtel
41:19
Showing / celebrating student work
Kenton Buck
41:50
Discussion thread
Kelly Wallis
41:52
flipgrid
Cara Van Note
41:54
Direct emails
Kelsey James
41:56
email and texts
Mikey
41:59
google doc
Liz Woodbury
42:00
*our counselor is using padlet
Kenton Buck
42:01
shared google slides
Kelly Wallis
42:05
penpals
Ellen Crowley
42:06
discussion board
Laura Snyder
42:09
We could do it on Flipgrid for sure.
Kari Riedel
42:14
written letters
Christy Hutton
42:18
Kudoboards
Rosanna Flores
42:19
i actually sent my parents written letters
Rebecca Richardson
42:23
Google docs are good.
Mikey
42:23
using phone calls
Kelsey James
42:24
packets sent from school
Christy Hutton
42:32
Birthday celebrations
Liz Woodbury
42:33
Yes I’m sending cards to my students
Kari Riedel
42:47
Text trees
Liz Woodbury
42:56
Encouraging them to send me art and letters and displaying them in my background on video
Rebecca Richardson
42:57
Virtual paly dates
Kari Riedel
42:58
caring circles - to check in with one another on a regular basis
Rebecca Richardson
43:14
Sorry! virtual play dates
Kenton Buck
43:17
My students like high fiving the camera
Ellen Crowley
43:21
We are continuing to have morning assembly over zoom
Kenton Buck
43:25
Or we do dance moves on screen
Kelsey James
43:28
High five emooji
Rebecca Richardson
43:33
Wave to a friend.
Kelly Ellis
43:35
thumbs up
Cara Van Note
43:37
Thumbs up... Classroom dance sessions
Tammy Keces
43:37
We're designing "the perfect cheer"
Mikey
43:42
Pet waving to a friend
Cara Van Note
43:45
Morning song/chant
Liz Woodbury
43:47
We share out one word about how we are feeling
jeff nolan
43:58
Birthday celebrations
Trisha Postforoosh
43:58
colored emotion chart check in
Mikey
43:59
calling home
Kelsey James
44:02
Packets it could be written on there
shir Geshvindman
44:20
Teachers sent letters via mail, and made a call to each student
Laura Snyder
44:25
We could have students take a picture of themselves with a message for the class that they write on a piece of paper.
Ellen Crowley
44:27
we are also recording morning assembly in case kids can’t be their live due to other responsibilities
Mark Forgash
44:28
Mabye all have a "funny" article of clothing, like a hat to bond all together
Rebecca Richardson
44:46
Sending updates about what went on to people who could not attend.
Kelly Wallis
45:01
rainbows in windows so students can see them as they walk around
Liz Woodbury
45:23
Yes we are doing the rainbow hunt as well!
Kari Riedel
45:24
Love putting rainbows in windows!
Candi Schreuders
45:37
we are doing a Flat Stanley idea with our school mascot. They print, color, and take photo to share when they have time.
Liz Woodbury
45:38
Having kiddos take photos of their rainbows in their windows and sharing them together
shir Geshvindman
45:47
We write thank you notes
Jon Kleiman
46:09
Share more about Flat Stanley - I love the idea. For those that aren’t familiar with the book, can you explain a bit?
Liz Woodbury
46:38
I have open breakfast two days a week as well as virtual lunch bunches
shir Geshvindman
46:42
Put them in “rooms” in zoom to work together
Kenton Buck
46:44
Livestream a movie
Kenton Buck
46:53
Share acts of service.
shir Geshvindman
47:05
Hi Kenton!
Kari Riedel
47:09
Open breakfast and virtual meals are great way to connect with students.
Kenton Buck
47:22
Hi Shir!
Liz Woodbury
47:37
My advisees love having breakfast and lunch. I also have open “office hours”
Christy Hutton
47:38
New version of clubs for socializing
Kari Riedel
47:47
Encouraging service (and sharing what they do) is great way to build connections.
Abby Pezzner
47:49
Hi Kenton and Shir!
shir Geshvindman
47:57
I really enjoyed Keshet’s flip coin alien genetics - you rock!
Kari Riedel
48:19
Great use of TikTok
sarah miles
48:24
I love that idea!
Liz Woodbury
48:29
Making Caring Common has resources which could be tweaked to work in different contexts
shir Geshvindman
48:31
We have office hours.. and Dean time
Mikey
49:07
Admin is calling every family for check-ins
Ellen Crowley
49:10
advisory, clubs and organizations, afternoon program
shir Geshvindman
49:12
Hi Abby!
Candi Schreuders
49:18
FLAT STANLEY: It's a long answer but here is the website. We have a school mastcot that is a coloring sheet they can print, color, cut out and post a photo holding... Here is the website http://www.flatstanleyproject.com/
Jon Kleiman
49:49
Thanks, Candi!
Laura Snyder
50:05
I have also done this on Google forms
Jennifer Greseth
50:16
Coloring Contests and share pics
shir Geshvindman
50:19
How about a board of Happy / funny thoughts
sarah miles
50:26
Which activity are you referring to?
Jon Kleiman
50:38
Shoshana - will you ask this to the full attendee group? I’m curious to hear folk’s ideas
Alicia Tembi
51:15
Quarantink challenge (everyday students draw a different item and post on school instagram art page)
Ellen Crowley
51:27
Kahoot
Elizabeth Craig
51:46
photography journaling
Kēhau Lucas
51:54
Create your own memes
Jon Kleiman
51:55
right above where you type text, you should see the blue button. See if there’s a way of clicking “Everyone (in Meeting)”
sarah miles
52:05
Bear with him, he is taking us on a trip
Kenton Buck
52:19
We did a social distancing mom contest as well
Kenton Buck
52:25
*meme
Shoshana Beary
52:29
What might this (creating connections) look like with our youngest learners?
Jon Kleiman
52:43
I was so interested in what the social distancing mom contest was!
Liz Woodbury
53:00
I teach 3yr olds-2nd grade and we have been working really hard on moving together, singing, reading and sharing our art together
Kari Riedel
53:23
Meme contest are a great way to engage kids.
Shoshana Beary
53:44
Liz, what platform do you use for sharing?
Liz Woodbury
53:57
As a school we are using google meet
Mikey
54:06
Are we supposed to see something else? I see the sprirt week slide?
Rebecca Richardson
54:06
kids can bring something representing their day after class. 2-3 seem to like making something to show friends.
Liz Woodbury
54:14
We played freeze dance today…with varying degrees of success
shir Geshvindman
54:18
Fitness challange
Rebecca Richardson
54:28
We do yoga together.
Kelly Wallis
54:30
Virtual flowers for May Day
Liz Woodbury
54:39
I have been creating arts based challenges for kiddos to do on their walks
shir Geshvindman
54:40
The teachers record / film, and we all invited to do it
Kari Riedel
54:49
Love all of these ideas!
Shoshana Beary
55:09
me too, thank you!
Kari Riedel
55:22
Get experts from your community to do a Zoom chat with your students.
Liz Woodbury
55:59
I made a video for parents about creating an inspiration box for their kids and we will be using them in class and having students “give” an item to a friend to use to create a piece of art
Christine Jisha
56:12
I invited my advisees to bring their pets to our synchronous advising session on Monday!
Elizabeth Craig
56:16
Reach out to experts who relate to your clubs to come and do a virtual workshop
Jon Kleiman
56:26
Hi - great question. Feel free to put this to all webinar participants, because I’d be interested in hearing other’s ideas. It certainly gets harder with larger groups.
Kari Riedel
56:56
Laura, you can do a lot of these ideas using Zoom or Google Hangouts.
Frances Aboushi
57:22
My school would like to use Zoom but not sure about the privacy issues
Abby Pezzner
57:27
Before we left school, I filmed the kids participating in their warm-up in PE. It is on their PE page and they can see themselves and their friends when they were all together.
Jon Kleiman
57:30
Zoom Webinar works better for larger groups of students than meetings
Frances Aboushi
57:30
is anyone using Zoom with their students?
Mark Forgash
57:36
Yes, we've been told we can't use Zoon
Mark Forgash
57:41
Zoom
Liz Woodbury
57:42
We used zoom for our large all school meeting today and used a waiting room
Elizabeth Craig
57:44
We are using zoom for all of our class sessions
shir Geshvindman
57:55
I use zoom
Elizabeth Craig
57:57
following many safety protocals
Liz Woodbury
57:57
But for classes we are using google meet for classes
Vincent Pelli
57:57
Be sure to use the waiting room with Zoom!
Alicia Tembi
58:02
Facetiming students to celebrate college acceptances
Mikey
58:06
We are using Google Hangout for live synchronous classes
Jon Kleiman
58:09
We’ve seen recommendations now for folks to include a password on their Zoom sessions
Liz Woodbury
58:13
The grid view extension makes google meet so much easier
sarah miles
58:15
Zoom has been responding to these concerns and built in some additional privacy but still unsure if it is hack-proof for sure
shir Geshvindman
58:19
Why waiting room?
Jon Kleiman
58:21
Given the spate of “Zoombombers”
Rebecca Richardson
58:31
Connect families to virtual concerts/events still happening.
Liz Woodbury
58:32
So you don’t get hacked by outsiders
Tobin Bechtel
58:47
Can’t use Hangouts with kids under 13 yrs old
shir Geshvindman
58:48
I would be flatter ..
shir Geshvindman
58:50
LOL
Angela Gamez
58:56
The waiting room let’s you grant or deny access to make sure the members are actual students
sarah miles
58:58
Good one!
Kari Riedel
59:13
Zoom breakout rooms can be ways to help students meet together.
Jon Kleiman
59:20
A Zoom webinar is safer, and no outside can’t “hack” in, because only a host can share screen. A Zoom meeting should probably have a password.
shir Geshvindman
59:28
Yes- I do that daily - helpful..
Kari Riedel
59:33
Keep students connected with peers by asking them to do small group projects
Liz Woodbury
01:00:08
I am working on making our readers theater play into a movie. I’ll have the kids record their lines and then we will edit it together
shir Geshvindman
01:00:13
Our English teacher asks them” what have you done for others” in the last couple of days..
Kari Riedel
01:00:45
Educators - remember to take care of yourselves. give yourself permission!
Vincent Pelli
01:00:58
Going for walks!
Kēhau Lucas
01:01:00
hiking
Elizabeth Craig
01:01:01
OUtdoor wlaks
Julie Jaworski
01:01:01
daily exercise
Jennifer Greseth
01:01:01
Tech time outs
shir Geshvindman
01:01:02
Going to the park with my kids
Shauna Revelli
01:01:02
Getting outside =(
Melanie Reiser
01:01:04
Take a walk outside every day in the middle of the day
Kēhau Lucas
01:01:05
reading
Mikey
01:01:06
pysical exercise
Frances Aboushi
01:01:06
exercising
Christy Hutton
01:01:06
Lunch outside
Sonia Sullivan Clifton
01:01:07
Walks!!!!
jeff nolan
01:01:07
Exercise
Emily Ramos
01:01:10
5:30 the family logs off for the night and goes on a phone-free walk
Angela Gamez
01:01:10
Getting outside with my family
Georgia Hayward
01:01:11
Journalling
Kēhau Lucas
01:01:11
Lots and lots of candles
Shoshana Beary
01:01:14
create a start time and an end time
shir Geshvindman
01:01:15
Sitting with my husband in the backyard
Shauna Revelli
01:01:15
playing my violin
Michelle Gary
01:01:15
Meditation
Kelly Ellis
01:01:16
Running in nature
Kelly Gupta
01:01:16
Candle on my desk
Frances Aboushi
01:01:16
Going to be in the best shape of my life
Liz Woodbury
01:01:16
Using house party to play trivia and games with coworkers
Christine Jisha
01:01:17
daily walks
Cara Van Note
01:01:17
Staying in a sense of normalcy as much as possible. Daily runs, etc.
Ellen Crowley
01:01:18
having designated “productivity blocks”
Kelly Wallis
01:01:19
practicing gratitude
Laura Snyder
01:01:20
Walking with a positive audio book
Elizabeth Craig
01:01:21
walking my dogs and working out daily, trying to start meditating
Liz Woodbury
01:01:21
Making art
Kenton Buck
01:01:23
meditation
Kelly Gupta
01:01:24
SLEEP
Melanie Reiser
01:01:25
Not checking email after a certain time at night; or very limited hours on weekend
Angela Gamez
01:01:25
Tech free daily walks with the family
Emily Ramos
01:01:26
No phone hour
Brooke Holderbaum
01:01:26
walking
Rebecca Richardson
01:01:26
Maintaining a consistent schedule.
Kari Riedel
01:01:27
virtual happy hour
Kenton Buck
01:01:27
reading
Tobin Bechtel
01:01:28
Read a real book
Tammy Keces
01:01:29
Nightly jacuzzi
Elizabeth Craig
01:01:31
virtual cocktail parties;-)
Liz Woodbury
01:01:32
Group dance parties
Kari Riedel
01:01:33
read!
Brooke Holderbaum
01:01:38
Fresh air
Kelly Gupta
01:01:39
Time away from the screen
Kelly Ellis
01:01:40
baking
Angela Gamez
01:01:46
Our school is having virtual happy hour every Friday via Zoom
Elizabeth Craig
01:01:50
board games
Rebecca Richardson
01:01:57
Turn off computer at the same time every day.
Angela Gamez
01:01:58
The faculty only obviously
Kelly Gupta
01:02:00
Morning and evening routines
Alicia Tembi
01:02:12
exercising
Liz Woodbury
01:02:21
I don’t have email on my phone
Liz Woodbury
01:02:27
Lets me really let it go
Mary Carter
01:02:27
A Walk outside
Linda Kern
01:02:29
We have Wagging Wednesdays, where students meet online with their pets. Another favorite is our Open Mic poetry lunch, where students can bring their own poems, or another favorite. We also have guided meditations, and workouts with the coaches, etc.
Rebecca Richardson
01:02:29
Daily breather.
Melanie Reiser
01:02:29
Change phone email settings so you only see personal email nights/weekends
Candi Schreuders
01:02:30
I have been randomly calling friends we don't see often via FaceTime. Adding that face to face has made me feel less isolated.
Mikey
01:02:33
Reminding parents that the expectation is that teachers will get back to families within 24 hours--not on call all day
Kelly Gupta
01:02:34
Calm App
Kari Riedel
01:02:47
Thanks to everyone for sharing so many great practices and ideas.
sarah miles
01:03:04
We will share the slides, the recording and the transcript from the chat after this webinar.
Kari Riedel
01:03:05
As Chris mentioned, we will give you the full chat after the webinar.
Colleen Stormer
01:03:29
Clear boundaries when you are available and when you are not
Rebecca Richardson
01:03:41
Using email instead of texting helps disconnect.
Frances Aboushi
01:04:06
My staff is fearful of putting up videos because students have (in the past) taking screenshots and used that pic in an inappropriate manner and mass text it out to other students
Kari Riedel
01:04:19
Opportunity to teach digital citizenship.
Kenton Buck
01:04:22
Capitalizing on the opportunities of a digital environment
Frances Aboushi
01:04:24
or made inappropriate memes out of it
Mikey
01:04:26
We've been having teachers run morning meditations fof faculty
Marisa Crandall
01:04:50
I appreciate the validation of less is more.
Elizabeth Craig
01:05:03
I have been running bi-weekly half hour pilates classes for teachers online
Shoshana Beary
01:05:05
Less is more - so important to hear again, thank you!
Kari Riedel
01:05:13
Please share one idea you got from this webinar.
sarah miles
01:05:17
Thank you for joining us
Kari Riedel
01:05:19
Or the chat.
Frances Aboushi
01:05:19
Less is more for sure! Quality over quanitity
Sonia Sullivan Clifton
01:05:31
Pilates for teachers online.
sarah miles
01:05:38
Love Pilates!
Mikey
01:05:39
Spirit week
Kelly Wallis
01:05:57
ritual to start Google Meets
Cara Van Note
01:06:10
I love the idea of classes on Zoom for coworkers. Connects teachers together
Candi Schreuders
01:06:15
Compliments Board gone digital! Keeping the kindness focus going. Connects staff in an intentional way.
Sonia Sullivan Clifton
01:06:31
Might be awesome to have one of our music teachers to lead a "drumming circle" for teachers.
Kenton Buck
01:06:34
Thank you!!!
Rebecca Richardson
01:06:41
Maintaining connections with people who are not always with us. Providing space for parents to gather virtually
Kari Riedel
01:06:47
Thank everyone for these ideas.
sarah miles
01:06:51
Fun - drumming + pilates!
Rebecca Richardson
01:07:05
Maybe a virtual picnic?
sarah miles
01:07:14
Yay Julie!
Kari Riedel
01:07:24
Check out FlipGrid and connect with us
Kari Riedel
01:07:29
flipgrid.com/remoteconnections
Kelly Ellis
01:07:30
Appreciate the connections
sarah miles
01:07:42
Thanks so much for joining us
Kathy Koo
01:08:05
Yes, let’s keep the conversations going
Frances Aboushi
01:08:20
I need to check all of them in that poll
Kenton Buck
01:08:24
How about a reading list? Physical media preferred.
Kari Riedel
01:09:19
Poll results: 69% - create community connections, 13% - establish rituals, 10% -selfcare, 8% - be present
Kari Riedel
01:09:41
Thank you Chris!
Frances Aboushi
01:09:42
Thank you so much!
Frances Aboushi
01:09:47
Be safe and well everyone!!
Jennifer Greseth
01:09:47
Thank you!
Christopher Johnson
01:09:49
Thank you for your support!
Adrienne Davies
01:09:52
Thanks!
Evelyn Salyphanh
01:09:53
Thank you so much!
Cara Van Note
01:09:54
Thank you!
jeff nolan
01:09:54
Thank you. This was helpful!
Sonia Sullivan Clifton
01:09:55
Thank you so much!
shir Geshvindman
01:09:55
Thank you
Christy Hutton
01:09:55
Thank you!
Vincent Pelli
01:09:56
Thank you!
Leontina Liebe
01:09:56
Thank you!
Elizabeth Craig
01:09:57
thank you!!
Julie Jaworski
01:09:57
Fabulous....
Ellen Crowley
01:09:57
Thanks so much!
Christine Jisha
01:09:57
This was great!
Tobin Bechtel
01:09:59
Really appreciate your insights!
Mildred Arroyo
01:10:03
Thank you
Ken MacIver
01:10:04
thank you!
Kari Riedel
01:10:05
Thanks to everyone for sharing.
Candi Schreuders
01:10:07
Appreciate it!
Shoshana Beary
01:10:08
thank you
Tammy Keces
01:10:10
Thank you!
Aly Kujiraoka
01:10:10
Thank you!
Rebecca Richardson
01:10:11
Thank you! Very encouraging.