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Meaningful Inclusion in the Early Childhood Classroom: A How-To - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrew McCree
33:53
Good morning!
Monique Hovinga
34:44
Good Morning Everyone. The presenters are beginning, you should be able to see and hear them.
wtcrump
34:46
Good morning Evelyn
Samantha Schnell
34:48
Hi everyone thanks for being great!
Guadalupe Garcia
34:50
good morning all
patricea.horne
34:55
Good morning
Monique Hovinga
34:58
Additionally please note this webinar is being recorded.
Lisa Hull-Crawford
35:06
Hello, all!
Gretchen W
35:21
Hi AJ :)
Samantha Schnell
35:25
Your back-lit! I did that too!
Terra Strange
35:27
Good morning Evelyn.
Andrew McCree
35:34
Hi Gretchen!
jackie G
35:56
good morning!
Karen Hernandez
36:33
Karen Hernandez, school psychologist
dawn
36:36
Dawn. Assistant Principal. How to best implement inclusion with PFA
Guadalupe Garcia
36:45
Guadalupe G. / EHS Teacher/ accomodate for those with special needs
Karen Hernandez
36:47
I hope to support SPED teachers more
Vivian Smith
36:49
Vivian Smith Preschool Teacher
patricea.horne
36:55
Patrice A Wallace Educational Mentor Coach..to cover all areas with helping Teachers and programs.
Erin Brusky
36:59
Erin Brusky, ECE self contained and ItinerantHow to do better at the itinerant side of my job!
Libbi Farmer
37:01
Libbi Farmer- Preschool Teacher
Krysta Kleinschmidt
37:02
Krysta Kleinschmidt - Preschool for All Teacher - I am hoping to learn some new strategies for implementing inclusion into my classroom.
Andrew McCree
37:06
A.J. McCree - PrincipalI hope to learn specific examples of having children with special needs be leaders within the classroom
Wendy Wagner
37:07
Wendy, Blended PreK Teacher Ideas to use in my blended classroom to meet the needs of all the children.
Kate List
37:08
Kate List, ECSE teacher. Hoping to learn ways to ensure all students have opportunities for inclusion.
Chris Gillis
37:09
Hi I’m Chris Gillis - I teach 2 sections of blended preschool.
Jenny Ludington
37:10
Jenny Ludington, Preschool Expansion teacher, how to do better at making accomodations
Alisha Zimmerman
37:10
Alisha, PFA teacher, how and where to start, its new for me
Kristin Beck
37:12
Kristin Beck, PFA teacher.
Samantha Schnell
37:12
Inclusion that actually includes everyone.
Susan Cerza
37:12
Susan Cerza, ECSE teacher, I want to learn how to include my self-contained students
wtcrump
37:13
Wenndi Crump, Gen Ed Teacher in Blended Classroom. I want to learn what new things I can incorporate into the classroom with my co teacher
Gretchen W
37:14
Gretchen, Self-contained EC teacher, How to increase inclusion for more of my students and how to support them in that setting
Virginia Colletti
37:17
Virginia Colletti. _Public School Early Childhood Special Education Teacher. How to better use the time the inclusion opportunities my students have.
Kristin Beck
37:22
I want to learn how to successful include all children
Brandy Kahl
37:24
Brandy Kahl How to better support inclusion in the classroom.
emEva Helguerahg
37:24
Eva, K-1 Bilingual Special Education instructional. The very opposite to inclusion. I hope to gain information to share with my administration for next year.
Beth
37:25
Beth Steiniger, general education prep teacher. How to help my students engage more with inclusion students.
sherrie krzystofiak
37:25
Sherrie-Special Education resource/inclusion teacher. I want to know how to best support students and gen ed teachers in an inclusive setting
Sara Svetich
37:27
Sara Svetich, EC Diagnostician. How to fully include more students with the resources we have in place.
valorierevere
37:27
Valorie Revere and I am a teacher in a blended classroom. Im hoping to learn more strategies on meeting the needs of all students while in an inclusive classroom with minimal support.
Samantha Schnell
37:27
Inclusion when it is challenging to include.
dkistner
37:28
Donna Kistner, SC for EI
Lisa Hull-Crawford
37:32
Lisa Hull-Crawford. School Psychologist. I hope to learn the smoothest way to transition to full inclusion classrooms, as this is the direction our district is heading.
Erika Garcia
37:32
Erika, Instructional Coach/Infant Toddler Specialist, Hoping to learn more high quality inclusion for our classrooms.
Nancy
37:33
Nancy Millsap Thompson, Disabilities Liaison ODLSS/DFSS
Underwood_Family
37:34
Hi, I am Nichola Underwood - PFA Teacher
Simcha Safran
37:35
Simcha Safran DL Teacher blended Prek CPS How to teach 7 DL children and 12 Reg Ed together :) Best practices
Mercedes Eberlin
37:35
Mercedes, ECE self contained, I want to learn how best to include my students in the preschool classroom
Carli Keown
37:35
Carli Keown, Special education teacher. I am hoping to learn more about providing social emotional support and instruction.
Cindy Sanchez
37:36
Cindy PreK Teacher Accommodating special needs children and best way to support them
Terra Strange
37:36
Terra Strange. I am a Lead Teacher for SIU PFA. I would like to know about key practices and what that looks like in a early childhood setting.
Dominique Tyler
37:36
Good morning. My name is Dominique Tyler. I am a teacher. One thing I hope to learn is how to accommodate children with varying degrees of delays.
Janette
37:36
Janette Smith- PreschoolTeacher. Strategies to implement in my inclusive classroom.
Sally Piazza
37:37
Sally, PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT, supporting sped and general ed teachers
Anakaren Nabor
37:37
Hi everyone my name is Anakaren Nabor , I am a teacher assistant and I hope to better learn how to include my class.
jackie G
37:38
Jacki - OT. how to best explain the differences to parents about the benefits of inclusion as well as how it is different for every child.
Donna Patton
37:40
Donna; teacher; new strategies to use in my classroom (when we are able to get back)
Brandy Kahl
37:49
Brandy Kahl preschool teacher with SRECP
Darshe Bias
37:53
My name is Darshe Bias. I am an Educational Mentor Coach. I would love to learn how to offer inclusion strategies to share with teachers.
Marsha
37:59
Marsha Inclusion and Mental Health Manager- Head Start any new information to share with staff🙂
Ally
37:59
Ally Dunham Preschool Special Ed Teacher, New inclusion strategies
Donna Patton
38:08
I'm from central Illinois- glad this was opened up for our region
Ann Neville
38:10
Ann Neville - Early Childhood Blended classroom Teacher. Looking for more strategies for blending and collaborating with self-contained teachers.
Alison Stroczkowski
38:21
Alison Stroczkowski, PreK Gen Ed (in a blended classroom) What does this look like when done well in a full day Public School setting.
Mikel Bodenbender
38:22
Mikel Bodenbender, Lead Preschool For All Teacher at Marie Schaefer Elementary in O'Fallon, IL. One thing I would like to learn is how to come up with activities that engage and encourage children to be inclusive with others.
Andrea Davis
38:26
Andrea Davis Student in College.Hoping to learn more about Inclusion in childcare.Studying to be a preschool teach.Im from Chicago
Jenny Ludington
38:31
Paris, IL
Lisa Hull-Crawford
38:31
Lisa Hull-Crawford from Springfield, Illinois
April Leigh
38:36
April Leigh, zero to three education manager at Easterseals Chicago/suburbs. I'm hoping to learn more about individualizing in the lesson plan and inclusion through daily routines.
Wendy Wagner
38:39
I teach in Kewanee, IL
valorierevere
38:40
Im from Harvard, illinois
Underwood_Family
38:41
Nichola Underwood, I would like to learn more new strategies to include all students in a meaningful way.
Sandra
38:43
Sandra Cardoso, Teacher Assistant ,Strategies to implement in the classroom, from Chicago
Brandy Kahl
38:46
Brandy Kahl southern illinois West Frankfort
laurie knott
38:51
Laurie. Physical therapist assistant. Adaptations and support for teachers
Mikel Bodenbender
38:51
I never understood how it was southern either, but I am originally from NC.
Laura Brown
39:01
Laura Brown, EC teacher, hoping to learn more strategies
Beverly Smith
39:16
Beverly Pre k Teacher Strategies to use in the classroom. CPS
Chris Gillis
40:39
Including students with more significant needs especially students who need a more structured day in a classroom that is centers based.
Samantha Schnell
46:54
Samantha Schnell preschool teacher and education specialist!
Guadalupe Garcia
49:54
yes i can see it
Ann Kremer
50:00
My email is in powerpoint but also Ann.kremer@eclre.org
Monique Hovinga
50:06
Shannon, are you referring to the emails to contact them or the emails with the handouts?
wtcrump
50:13
it shows clear and the sound is good
Monique Hovinga
50:19
Evelyn's email is ejgreen@cps.edu
Monique Hovinga
50:54
[Ann provided hers above]
shannon Richardson
51:02
ok thanks!
Monique Hovinga
53:38
Thanks for letting us know Jackie! We understand!
patricea.horne
53:43
Where’s the video?
Monique Hovinga
54:24
The video is turned off, but you have the indicators in the attachment of the email with the webinar link
Ann Kremer
54:25
https://www.eclre.org/good-to-know/what-makes-inclusion-work/ is the link to video and the printable handout
Brandy Kahl
54:53
Sticking with a formal planning time to meet and discuss needs with co teacher.
emEva Helguerahg
55:15
Common planning time before school starts and through the school year
April Leigh
55:36
can you say A's again! I missed it
Darshe Bias
55:39
Vision and Attitude:
Samantha Schnell
55:40
Adapting materials, furniture, and physical space to facilitate inclusion is a major part of inclusive programming.
Susan Cerza
55:44
What was S-Z again, please?
Libbi Farmer
55:54
first name L- attending webinars and trainings, staying current with research, designating time each day to reflect with coworkers and keeping a daily journal
dawn
55:54
Vision and Attitude - we do work around belief systems
Monique Hovinga
55:55
The attachment they are referring to is the one titled "what makes inclusion work"
Andrew McCree
56:15
M-
dawn
56:16
Collaboration and teaming - common plan time, PLCs, team meetings
Monique Hovinga
56:29
A-F VISION AND ATTITUDE, COLLABORATION AND TEAMING
patricea.horne
56:37
Administrative support strategies: being knowledgeable, group meeting, one on one with Teachers, open to communication, and modeling if Teachers are struggling in the classroom.
Underwood_Family
56:43
Sorry how can I access the handouts using my computer and have the webinar open?
Monique Hovinga
56:43
G-L PREOFESSIONAL LEARNING, AND PLANNING TIME TO REFLECT
Erin Brusky
56:52
A-F
emEva Helguerahg
56:58
Professional development in which vision, mission and intercultural relationships are the main content
Krysta Kleinschmidt
56:59
Formal time to plan and reflect: Have a set time to meet with team every week. Professional learning: attending conferences, webinars, and trainings.
shannon Richardson
57:03
making environment and materials accessible
Donna Patton
57:09
Vision and attitude: the parents are always part of decisions; constant communication with the families in regard to their child and what they are doing daily in the classroom
Cindy Sanchez
57:09
VIsion/Attitude: Making sure every child is included, adapting to individual needs,working together in a team
valorierevere
57:16
Having clear guidance from administration. Having a clear procedure for communication and problem solving.
Ally
57:22
Collaboration- Finding a common time to meet regularly, using google forms to communicate and document progress with all team members. Discussing strategies that work in both classrooms to help student be successful across settings
Gretchen W
57:31
Professional learning: lots of webinars, joining committees, participating in inservices
Guadalupe Garcia
57:35
Professional Learning:
Gretchen W
57:36
Planning time:
Alisha Zimmerman
57:37
having a strong team that is on the same page
Chris Gillis
57:41
My program would not be successful without my team of teaching assistants, related services providers and parents. It takes a village. I am so dependent on all these people.
Mikel Bodenbender
57:48
Family and Community Partnerships- We hold monthly events for families to join us for dinner and provide an activity related to child development. Our last meeting was for healthy recipes that can be done with children at home, we made smoothies and let the kids cut the fruit. It was exciting.
Simcha Safran
57:48
Adaptations and support: visuals, vests, cube chairs, If/Then cards, adaptive pencils, scissors, seating, lap weights, preferred activities, token economies, Ipads, AAC devices, tiered lessons, SEL
Nelly Jimenez
57:49
Meeting with General Education, SECA, and clinicians to talk about student progress and the effectiveness of accomodations and modifications
patricea.horne
57:49
Family & Community strategies: communication with family, newsletter, social media, Family conference, and explain guidelines, policies and procedures.
Jenny Ludington
57:50
My supervisor does well at leading our team to professional learning to participate in that helps us have a cohesive understanding especially if we all have the same professional development and have time to communicate ideas.
Darshe Bias
57:51
Vision and Attitude: It is important to be intentional when planning and for students. As an educator, I noticed that having an opened mind helped with inclusion. I also collaborated with other teachers for support. I also planned with families and offered a two way communication.
Kristin Beck
57:53
K- Professional learning. We are always looking for new professional development to support inclusion and give us knew ideas. We are encouraged to implement new strategies learned
Pamela Reising Rechner
57:55
Family feedback on program is valued and used for program improvement. The administrator actively leads and supports the vision for inclusion.
Angie Deiter
57:59
planning
dkistner
58:02
vision attitude- having a positive attitude sets the tone for the room and others will follow with including all.
Ann Neville
58:04
Include our blended families in our newsletters, class activities, and anything that we do. Contact our blended students families the same as our other students.
Andrew McCree
58:04
Our administrators are really supporting inclusion at the preschool level, and our district admin have taken the stance of if they can be in a inclusive gen-ed setting in preK, then they can in K, too
Wendy Wagner
58:08
Working with therapists to make necessary adaptations in room arrangement, equipment, etc.
Kate List
58:11
Attending professional development (with team members) related to your field and student needs, then having opportunities to reflect upon training, consider how new skills can apply to further supporitng students
Marsha
58:11
Admin support- ensure that admin understand inclusion, benefits etc PLCs for directors of centers and other admin
Sara Svetich
58:15
Adaptations and systems of support-using natural supports-gen ed teacher and para.
Virginia Colletti
58:35
Evidence Based Practices- Exploring new ways for data-collection and authentic assessment and then Adaptation- adapting for your specific population is so important for the EC community
sherrie krzystofiak
58:36
Adaptions would require pre-planning with team to make adaptions/accommodations available
Erin Brusky
58:41
A-F Collaboration for me - we plan together as a pre-k team, I then work with the 2 teachers I am an itinerant with individually.
Sally Piazza
58:44
Adaptations: Physical therapy gives options and discuss with team best possible equipment that supports the child. Weekly check ins on how equipment is working is helpful.
April Leigh
58:58
start with the positives, look at things from a different lens
Nancy
58:58
Adaptations and Support-Using technology to support learning styles in the classroom
Terra Strange
58:58
which attachment are we looking at I'm sorry? I
emEva Helguerahg
58:59
create teams intentionally taking into consideration not only professional role but also personalities..
Susan Cerza
59:02
Adaptations - depending on student’s needs - ie a foot block for an unstable child while sitting, adaptive scissors, front-loading information, etc
Andrea Davis
59:04
Vision and Attitude More Caretakers should educated
lisa
59:08
Formal time to plan and reflect..
Anakaren Nabor
59:09
A-F Vision and attitude and Collaboration and teaming - It is important to work with your team and develop a way to implement things. There has to be a form of consistency and with that can come change
Gretchen W
59:10
Making a plan to schedule planning time for specific activities, keeping close communication with other teachers in order to offer strategies for handling specific challenges
Janette
59:16
Planning time and support to implement new strategies
Alisha Zimmerman
59:19
Vision and Attitude: having a positive attitude really depends on having the right support and feeling like you can say this is hard, I don't get it, I need help etc and then getting it, so you can help your students and families
Andrew McCree
59:20
Family partnerships - We have been working with our parent organizations to consider accommodations when they are sponsoring events at the school.
Mikel Bodenbender
59:20
Administrative Support. I am constantly working with my administrators to find ways to engage with my students who may be going through a traumatic experience. I am a new teacher so I feel like I am always asking their advice and they have been very open and willing to assist.
Guadalupe Garcia
59:23
Professional Learning: workshops, webs, school Formal time and Plan & reflect: pre-prep
Dominique Tyler
59:25
I absolutely agree. I think that is something that is overlooked and not discussed more
Donna Patton
59:25
collaboration/teaming: working closely with my aide to make adjustments and individualize where needed; being in contact with the specialists to know what carryover we need to do in the classroom
emEva Helguerahg
59:31
Training on how to work with all types of families
Simcha Safran
59:44
ABC data collection, Tally data collection, modification of goals, small group instruction differentiation, backup plans!!!, tiered teaching, peer pairing
lisa
59:50
knowing your students, where accommodations need to take place ,
April Leigh
59:50
giving lots of resources to staff- observe/give specific feedback when needed
Lauren Pittman
59:53
Collaboration and teaming - working with my assistant who spends a lot of time with my special needs child. Making sure we are the same page as well as with the parents
Beth
59:57
Collaboration and teaming-definitely review previous meetings and planning to see what has worked and what didn't work. This makes it a team effort.
Erin Brusky
01:00:03
vision and attitude - I think takes time for some teachers to buy in - it takes modeling and admin support
Ann Neville
01:00:04
Model how we want others to treat ALL students and adjust t each child's individual needs.
Wendy Wagner
01:00:07
When working in small groups, we group children based on their needs, so the groups are constantly changing depending on what we are focusing on
Beverly Smith
01:00:15
vision & Attitude. working together as a team using assessments to guide instructions
wtcrump
01:00:17
Being able to change what you have planned and adjust what the student needs based off of what you know
April Leigh
01:00:28
teachers could do peer support
Mercedes Eberlin
01:00:29
Making sure that each child is included in every aspect of the day
Terra Strange
01:00:32
Evidence based:Team uses diverse instructional practices.
lisa
01:00:36
yes .. planning with your team.. not just yourself , being intentional
Simcha Safran
01:00:51
Collaborative minutes used to discuss adaptations across specials and classroom work and related service providers
Terra Strange
01:00:59
Administrative SupportAdministration provides leadership to support high qualityinclusion.Administrators are supportive of inclusion in concrete andidentifiable ways
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:01:04
Schedule planning time during the school day for teacher planning and consultation. Seek out professional meetings, seminars and conferences.
Andrea Davis
01:01:11
Teaching students with visual impairments in an inclusive educational setting
Underwood_Family
01:01:13
Admin. understanding what inclusion looks like in the preschool classroom. Following the IEP and in and out of the classroom.
Andrew McCree
01:01:42
We host a Community Resource Fair each year, and we often invite many resources that are specific to supporting families of children or adults with special needs.
Simcha Safran
01:01:43
definitely need Admin onboard with rest of staff
Alison Stroczkowski
01:01:55
Collab and Training: Teams use data based decision making... Im slowly transitioning my grade level team to this
laurie knott
01:02:05
Intentional team meetings, collaborate with all members, value their input and implement it.
Andrea Davis
01:02:42
Visual and Attitude: Teaching style,
Ann Neville
01:02:47
When related service teachers (hearing itinerant, vision, ELL staff) enter our room, any of the students are allowed to join the activity.
Laura Brown
01:02:55
Professional Learning and Formal Time to Plan and Reflect- participating in webinars like this one, membership with Early Choices to get the most current and up to date resources on Inclusion.
Gretchen W
01:02:58
Weekly meetings with related service and assistants to problem solve and plan for each week
Ann Neville
01:04:41
Include TA's in on the students needs, IEP goals, etc. Make sure the TA's are seen as another teacher and an equal in the children's eyes. The children should not know difference between the teacher and the TA.
Andrew McCree
01:06:06
:)
Beth
01:07:04
my name is Elizabeth Steiniger. I go by Beth.
Donna Patton
01:09:13
no voice
April Leigh
01:09:23
yes you sent it out
Andrew McCree
01:09:24
Yes you sent it
Simcha Safran
01:09:25
you sent it
Felicia
01:12:58
We are great at:
Libbi Farmer
01:13:00
We do great with conflict resolution!
Ally
01:13:12
Confident:
Kristi Perigo
01:13:20
Confident:
Donna Patton
01:13:33
Confident with adapting space and materials/equipment
Wendy Wagner
01:13:42
Confident: Membership
patricea.horne
01:13:44
MY program is good at relationships between adults and children. I’m curious about conflict resolution.
emEva Helguerahg
01:13:45
I think we do well in mornitoring learning but need more info in membership.
Simcha Safran
01:13:47
adaptation of space
Karen Hernandez
01:13:48
My schools are good with transitions between activities…..I am curious about mambership
KristinFancher
01:13:50
I think we do really well with relationships between adults and children.
Terra Strange
01:13:52
I think we do a great job in my class with Family-professional partnerships. I would like to know more about or improve on conflict resolution.
Samantha Schnell
01:13:54
Confident: membership
April Leigh
01:13:54
confident: membership; curious: feedback
Susan Cerza
01:13:58
Good at adaptions, curious about family partnership
Samantha Schnell
01:13:58
Need more: adaptation of space
Gretchen W
01:13:58
I think we do a good job with student/teacher relationships and am curious about peer interactions
Brandy Kahl
01:14:02
adults' guidance of children's free choice activities and play, membership
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:14:03
Good with adapting space/materials
Andrew McCree
01:14:04
We are really great at supporting communication.I am more curious about conflict resolution for children who struggle with behavior
Darshe Bias
01:14:04
confident: membership
Kristin Beck
01:14:04
Support for communication, transitions need work
Jenny Ludington
01:14:09
Relationships between adults and children/Adaptation of group activities
Alison Stroczkowski
01:14:10
confident: adapting space
Vivian Smith
01:14:10
Adaptations of Equipment and Materials Conflict resolution
Libbi Farmer
01:14:14
curious about support for communication
Kristi Perigo
01:14:15
Confident: Relationships, Curious: interactions
Underwood_Family
01:14:16
I feel confident about
Erin Brusky
01:14:18
confident - adaptingcurious - how to include kids who need extensive 1:1 work tasks
wtcrump
01:14:18
I'm confident in most but curious about the full meaning of membership?
Virginia Colletti
01:14:18
Great: Monitoring children’s learning. Struggling with: Family partnership (struggling getting family involved)
Anakaren Nabor
01:14:18
In class I feel we do great in adapting the space to the needs of all the class. Need more support in conflict resolutions
valorierevere
01:14:22
We are great at relationships and need more support in conflict resolution
Donna Patton
01:14:25
curious: feedback
lisa
01:14:26
adult involvement
Nelly Jimenez
01:14:38
I am curious to hear more about 10. Feedback.
Ally
01:14:41
Confident: Adapting space / materials membership , Curious feedback
Simcha Safran
01:14:44
adult involvement how do we do it for 7 DL students and 12 GenEd with just 2 staff and many 1:1 needs
diane.barnes-maguire
01:14:45
conflict resolution
Alison Stroczkowski
01:14:49
curious: adaptation of group activities
Krysta Kleinschmidt
01:14:51
Confident: family/professional relationships curious about membership
lisa
01:14:51
oops hit sent send too soon .. im curious
Wendy Wagner
01:14:51
Curious: Family-Professional Partnership
laurie knott
01:14:52
We do well with transitions to activities. Curious about conflict resolutions
lisa
01:14:56
feedback
Alisha Zimmerman
01:14:57
Confident: ? Curious: adaptation of group activities
sherrie krzystofiak
01:14:57
Confident space, curious support for communication
Underwood_Family
01:14:57
confident: teacher interaction with students curious: peer interaction
Marsha
01:14:59
confident: membership, adaptations
Mercedes Eberlin
01:15:03
I feel confident about: relationships curious about transitions and adaptations of group activities
Mikel Bodenbender
01:15:07
Confident: Conflict Resolution Curious: Adaptations of Space and Materials/Equipment
Angie Deiter
01:15:08
we do well at conflict resolution
Dominique Tyler
01:15:09
Confident in Teacher interaction. Adult guidance of children's free choice
Nancy
01:15:11
curious about membership and feedback
Lauren Pittman
01:15:12
Confident: student/teacher relations, curious: adaptation of group activities especially ones that are social emotional interaction with the class.
Kate List
01:15:14
Confident in adult involvement with peer interactions. curious about adaptation of group activities
Sandra
01:15:16
confident:Adaptations of space
Beth
01:15:17
We are great with membership. Curious about family-professional partnerships.
Nelly Jimenez
01:15:20
I feel confident with adult involvement in peer interactions.
Janette
01:15:22
Confident:membership, curious: support for communication
Guadalupe Garcia
01:15:32
confident: feedback
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:15:36
Also curious about membership
Carli Keown
01:15:53
curious about social skill instruction. intentionally planning interaction
Simcha Safran
01:15:55
PLanning and having adaptations is done however we do not have enough staff to implement for all the various behaviors and needs
Virginia Colletti
01:16:00
We have SLP who pushes in nearly all day so she is great at supporting their communication but as a whole we need to work better at membership and transition
Ann Neville
01:16:02
Cofnident: Family -Professional partnerships: We have learning in the community activities that all families are welcome and all staff members participate.
Erika Garcia
01:16:04
Confident in Adaptation of group activities, Curious/want more ideas on more accurate monitoring of children's learning especially if child isn't as verbal.
Beverly Smith
01:16:07
Confident about activities. ..curious about peer conflict
Marsha
01:16:08
would like to strengthen family partnerships
Cindy Sanchez
01:16:28
confident about adult guidance, involvement & membership Curious about family partnership
Simcha Safran
01:16:30
Excellent parent buy in and communication
Sandra
01:16:36
curious: conflict resolution
Chris Gillis
01:16:36
We need to work on Peer Interactions. I know we miss them all the time. It takes man power to facilitate them and we are often short the adult power to help them all
Ann Neville
01:16:43
SUpport needs: Conflict resolution..need more ideas
lisa
01:16:44
its $70.00 0n amazon
Felicia
01:16:47
Confident: family-professional partnerships Curious: Developing a better system with documenting the children's learning
Laura Brown
01:17:45
Family-Professinal Partnerships
Simcha Safran
01:19:42
Belonging and Trust
Underwood_Family
01:20:20
the font is too big
patricea.horne
01:22:31
Can you email this PowerPoint?
Chris Gillis
01:22:46
All kids do the same jobs in my classroom
Karen Hernandez
01:22:59
Lots of group activities
Libbi Farmer
01:23:01
creating a school family, conscious discipline, empowering children to take ownership of their classroom
Andrew McCree
01:23:03
PowerPoint was in email with link to Zoom
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:23:07
social stories, adult facilitated interactions
valorierevere
01:23:10
We take turns with classroom jobs that includes a classroom greeter.
patricea.horne
01:23:27
Thanks
Anakaren Nabor
01:23:29
we encourage taking turns
Janette
01:23:32
Classroom jobs, group activities
Wendy Wagner
01:23:35
I have a daily helper and everyone gets a turn
April Leigh
01:23:36
fidgets or other supports that allow child to continue/maintain attention during our regular activities
Felicia
01:23:37
Everyone has opportunities to hold classroom jobs
Ann Neville
01:23:40
All students have a job on our daily job chart.
Alisha Zimmerman
01:23:41
everyone has the same turn to do all jobs and play with everything
Andrew McCree
01:23:41
We look for classroom jobs where children with IEPs can be successful and meaningful members of the classroom
wtcrump
01:23:41
I try to make sure that everyone is represented in my classroom whether its puppets, manipulatives, pictures, puzzles, books and games
Mercedes Eberlin
01:23:42
Group activities
Virginia Colletti
01:23:46
In our good morning and goodbye song we male sure to personalize and individualize it with each child’s name so every student says good morning and goodbye to each student
Beverly Smith
01:23:49
Books, Family Pictures & jobs in the classroom
Krysta Kleinschmidt
01:23:49
puzzles, books, pictures that show differing abilities and also all types of families.
Erin Brusky
01:23:50
the kids I work with are included very well - they all have jobs, have made friends - we are lucky to have enough adults to help support
Terra Strange
01:23:50
Greeting each child individually each day. Make sure to say good bye. Make sure they have a place for their belongings and that everything is personalized for them. Trying to follow their leads and interest.
Alison Stroczkowski
01:23:53
lakeshore diverse block play people
Simcha Safran
01:23:57
lots of visuals and peer pairing, adapting lessons and include all
Ally
01:23:57
Including everyone in classroom jobs, sending home newsletters, motor breaks for the whole class
Sara Svetich
01:24:04
Morning Meeting
Darshe Bias
01:24:04
offer activities based on children's interest.
Angie Deiter
01:24:06
Family photos, jobs, toys
Mikel Bodenbender
01:24:09
We talk about how each one of us is unique, we are one of a kind and no one person is the same. This is what makes each one special and then I have my students tell the class one thing that their friends may not know about them and see how they may have similarities with them that they did not know.
laurie knott
01:24:12
Individual helper jobs and group activities
Lauren Pittman
01:24:14
Share time every time, jobs, every one’s work hung up, one on one time with all kids throughout the week, not just the child that is required to have it
Dominique Tyler
01:24:16
I try to make sure that I spend quality time with all of my children I make sure I call make all feel included by giving all kids a turn
Virginia Colletti
01:24:17
Our feeling posters shows students of all abilities experiencing different emotions
Terra Strange
01:24:18
we also do "brain breaks" for the whole class when needed.
Brandy Kahl
01:24:23
making adaptations available for every child just not the ones with IEP's
Ann Neville
01:24:25
When we take attendance/ talk about who is here and not here we be sure to talk about ALL the children who are in or blend into our room.
Donna Patton
01:24:25
social stories; classroom jobs; all can get "input" if they want; encouraging interactions
Susan Cerza
01:24:26
School family tree - each child has his family photo on our tree, individual seating, individual communication
Kate List
01:24:27
Encourage and facilitate reciprocal interactions and support all students with social initiation, responding, and negotiation
Kristi Perigo
01:24:33
Greeting all students at the door, offering different seating to every child, classroom jobs, family pictures in a book
Nelly Jimenez
01:24:40
Implement strategies for every student versus just using it with one student (I.e Tucker Turtle)
Erika Garcia
01:24:40
Teachers make sure to post parent/family pictures on their family once a child starts I the classroom.
Krysta Kleinschmidt
01:24:40
Everyone is shown on our classroom job board, even if they have a day off. Hanging up artwork and taking pictures of all the kids throughout the day and displaying some of those pictures
emEva Helguerahg
01:24:41
I had to include more books and visuals with non latino subjects because an African American student was added to my classroom.
Underwood_Family
01:24:44
Picture schedules and greetings
lisa
01:24:45
both teachers are good at making adaptations during large group and line up ..giving jobs to my students so they don't have to wait ..
Terra Strange
01:24:48
we also have a family tree in our room with pictures of our families
Beth
01:24:48
classroom jobs, diverse toys, family photos, all children's art work is on display
Jenny Ludington
01:24:49
Everyone has a classroom job, pictures of everyone are posted in many places
Guadalupe Garcia
01:24:58
I have all family pictures iin room and also posters of cultures/ disabilities
Alisha Zimmerman
01:25:00
different levels of toys that work on the same type of skill but are available for everyone
Cindy Sanchez
01:25:21
Class jobs, everyone join in transition activities
Sandra
01:25:21
with a family tree using pictures of children and parents
Samantha Schnell
01:27:30
Family tree, materials that are meaningful to all cultures of class.
Guadalupe Garcia
01:28:16
I had to charge comp. im back
Samantha Schnell
01:29:49
What kind of device is that recordable button?
Gretchen W
01:29:54
I love that idea
April Leigh
01:30:10
what was the "survey" again?
Gretchen W
01:30:11
It's a Big Mac
Simcha Safran
01:30:22
you can add real face pictures to the question of the day people
Terra Strange
01:30:30
Where did you get that button. I need that!
Ann Kremer
01:31:14
The big mack is an older technology- check with your sap or special ed team to see if they have one around
Ann Kremer
01:31:23
SLP not sap
Erin Brusky
01:32:24
I find talk buttons from lakeshore or discount
wtcrump
01:33:29
The Napping House
Lauren Pittman
01:34:15
Cute!
Guadalupe Garcia
01:35:00
I love the idea, i usually use felt story
Nelly Jimenez
01:35:18
Cube chairs have definitely helped my students.
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:35:29
Love these ideas!
Guadalupe Garcia
01:36:16
felt stories: take turns to put up. Classroom helpers: exchange roles
sherrie krzystofiak
01:36:20
fidgets; individual books as available
Erin Brusky
01:36:20
I use lap books that mimic calendar/circle time activities
Simcha Safran
01:36:26
visuals, cube chair
Mercedes Eberlin
01:36:28
visuals
Nelly Jimenez
01:36:29
Use puppets during story read aloud.
Susan Cerza
01:36:33
IEP goal matrix, visual, communication devices
Sandra
01:36:35
puppets
Donna Patton
01:36:35
having their own copy of the story; allowing of movement, if needed
Kate List
01:36:36
We do a lot with adapted books whether its visuals to connect with the story, or physical props.
Erin Brusky
01:36:37
adapted scissors/pencils
Kathleen
01:36:39
We use trays to seperate art supplies so children have their own set of items to work with, we use lots of visual scheduleds i nthe classroom
Sara Svetich
01:36:39
proximity and placement of students
Anakaren Nabor
01:36:40
In our classroom we use felt stories during circle times
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:36:40
The cube chairs are a great idea, as well as visual schedules
dkistner
01:36:40
fidgets
Chris Gillis
01:36:40
ACC devices, visuals, cube chairs, rocking cube chairs
Andrew McCree
01:36:40
CoreBoard
Alisha Zimmerman
01:36:42
I would love to get some cube chairs and try a flip chart schedule!
Gretchen W
01:36:43
adapted books are a big hit in my class
Janette
01:36:45
Visuals, cube chairs
Simcha Safran
01:36:45
first/then cards
Kristi Perigo
01:36:48
different types of seating, visuals,
Simcha Safran
01:36:49
schedules
Vivian Smith
01:36:50
Visuals
Underwood_Family
01:36:50
I use visuals
Jenny Ludington
01:36:53
trying to give adequate space, additional adult supports
Brandy Kahl
01:36:53
Fidget toys, weighted vest, interactive story manipulatives
Wendy Wagner
01:36:55
We use differential seating for all of our kids, fidgets, core boards, visuals
Beth
01:36:56
Puppets and the puppet center
Simcha Safran
01:36:57
routine steps
Virginia Colletti
01:36:57
Peer partners
Madison
01:36:58
cubed chairs, circle squares while using lap books also white boards flip books. Visuals is a big one
Terra Strange
01:37:02
Visuals, different types of chairs, puppets
Dominique Tyler
01:37:04
I try to make sure activities have various options. For example, challenging and less challenging (ie puzzles)
Ally
01:37:04
visuals , large visual schedule for the class
Mikel Bodenbender
01:37:04
Visuals, differentiated seating, center passes with their names. Picture schedules
Felicia
01:37:06
Cube chairs, during storytime have additional books to share with lapbooks
Ann Neville
01:37:08
movement activities with in the story
Simcha Safran
01:37:09
working towards token system
jackie G
01:37:10
We add different backgrounds (black or white ) for some of the vision impaired students , LED lights or flashlights to target what the teacher is referring to- etc
emEva Helguerahg
01:37:12
Recreate the story with students as characters by using crowns
Cindy Sanchez
01:37:14
stretch bands for chairs while for table activities-helps sensory seeking kids
Guadalupe Garcia
01:37:14
theething toys while children play
wtcrump
01:37:14
We get actively involved, try to facilitate and encourage interaction, hands on activities
Vivian Smith
01:37:15
Bouncy Chairs
diane.barnes-maguire
01:37:25
cube chairs, first then boards, and hand held sensory items are on hand during our circle time
laurie knott
01:37:32
cube chairs, weighted vests, carpet squares, preferred seating
Beverly Smith
01:37:37
Acting out the stories
Alison Stroczkowski
01:37:37
individual vs whole group visual schedle
Simcha Safran
01:37:40
break card
Dominique Tyler
01:37:44
Yes! I love flexible seating. I wish I had more in my class!
Erika Garcia
01:37:46
visuals, social stories, cube shares and fidgets
Nancy
01:38:07
Weighted hand held animals
Erika Garcia
01:38:08
cube chairs
Ann Neville
01:38:08
Turn taking answering questions by passing an object to take turns.
patricea.horne
01:38:08
iPad, props from classroom, and allowing children to create activties.
lisa
01:38:14
we use a lot of those things listed ..
Krysta Kleinschmidt
01:38:20
visuals, alternative seating,
April Leigh
01:38:20
modified seating (cushion, cube chair), visuals with either pictures or real objects, fidgets,
Darshe Bias
01:38:29
Activity menus with visual
jackie G
01:38:42
???
Terra Strange
01:38:48
I have not heard of Cara's kit. This is knew for me.
Virginia Colletti
01:38:53
I use my Caras kit daily
Madison
01:38:56
never heard of it
patricea.horne
01:39:02
I have not heard of Cara’s Kit.
Lauren Pittman
01:39:05
I have never used it. I’m excited to explore it
patricea.horne
01:39:16
I will use it in the future.
Madison
01:39:19
Thanks for the link
Guadalupe Garcia
01:40:05
will look into it, thanks
Lisa Hull-Crawford
01:40:24
Sounds like a very helpful resource.
diane.barnes-maguire
01:40:29
how much does cara's kit cost?
Guadalupe Garcia
01:40:30
yes, break pls
Alisha Zimmerman
01:40:44
Thanks, will look into this!
wtcrump
01:40:53
Our classroom has changed just about every month with new editions to our classroom with variations of disabilities. so this sounds like something we can use
April Leigh
01:40:57
can we get the adaptations flow chart you just showed?
Ann Kremer
01:41:45
If you google Cara’s kit you will find supporting resources are available online
Erika Garcia
01:41:55
You can see all the slides in the power point handout they emailed us with the Zoom link.
April Leigh
01:50:42
Do you have a PDF of just the adaptations flow chart, as a form we could look at using?
Evelyn Green
01:51:19
April if you Google Cara's Kit you can get all of the supporting materials including that form
emEva Helguerahg
01:51:52
laundry
April Leigh
01:51:55
oh ok thank! I didn't realize that was a part of Cara's Kit!
jackie G
01:51:59
Thanks for that great resource!
Andrew McCree
01:52:00
Hahaha. I got some awesome friendship bracelets.
shannon Richardson
01:55:40
transitions
emEva Helguerahg
01:55:55
Going to the bathroom in a one bathroom class
Brandy Kahl
01:56:12
Playing board games
wtcrump
01:56:13
Helping at the water fountain
Simcha Safran
01:56:38
we have rest partners and they read quietly or play quietly
Ann Neville
01:56:44
Resting, put on music and take turns who puts on music.
Terra Strange
01:57:01
Yes we have a blank one
April Leigh
01:57:14
this is a really nice example, yes you gave a blank
Terra Strange
01:58:07
Would you use this for all children or just children with IEP's?
jackie G
02:01:08
playing various building games
Samantha Schnell
02:03:11
Wow-rest partners. Simcha- is your program blended age? I’m just wondering if that could work for me.
Mikel Bodenbender
02:03:12
I am loving this Matrix idea. One of my teammates is on this Webinar and we are already talking about implementing it to help hold us accountable.
Lauren Pittman
02:04:29
I really like this. I really struggle with parent engagement
Ally
02:04:44
good to keep in take home folders for all students
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:06:57
weekly newsletters
Madison
02:07:06
Facebook class page
jackie G
02:07:08
We have a notebook for communication where we write similar things- and it goes home and comes back every day.
Kristi Perigo
02:07:11
I use an app called SeeSaw to communicate with my families. I share pictures and send messages back and forth.
Simcha Safran
02:07:11
notes home, Remind, calls,
Mercedes Eberlin
02:07:11
seesaw
Libbi Farmer
02:07:17
newsletters, remind, daily communication, parent engagement notebook
dkistner
02:07:18
remind app
emEva Helguerahg
02:07:18
We use ClassDojo and for some parents they text me.
Mikel Bodenbender
02:07:20
I was doing daily communication sheets. Now we are using Dojo and email.
Beth
02:07:20
weekly newsletters and emails
Janette
02:07:20
Remind, newsletters, Wednesday folders
Shayna Steinberg
02:07:21
reminder app, emails, monthly newsletter
Krysta Kleinschmidt
02:07:24
We communicate with families a lot. We use Bloomz, class Facebook page, weekly newsletters, family activities during school and after school
Janette
02:07:24
Website
Angie Deiter
02:07:25
weekly newsletters and facebook
lisa
02:07:25
we do family nights with B-3 program..
Wendy Wagner
02:07:25
We use Classtag, email, weekly newsletters, take home folders
Susan Cerza
02:07:26
Daily ‘what I did today’ sheet, weekly newsletter, weekly personal email
Simcha Safran
02:07:27
now email, zoom
Kate List
02:07:28
seesaw as well
Gretchen W
02:07:29
Newsletters, daily log notebook with icons to circle what they did
patricea.horne
02:07:30
We make sure the Teachers and parents have a full understanding of the program policies and procedures. Our Teachers community by lesson plans, TSG family conferences.
Jenny Ludington
02:07:31
we have a communication notebook that goes home daily, DoJo, weekly newsletters
Ally
02:07:31
newsletters, class dojo, google classroom, email, communication folder
Nelly Jimenez
02:07:32
We communicate with parents via remind. We have monthly newsletters and we also use our school classroom pages.
Vivian Smith
02:07:32
Weekly letters Face Book
Madison
02:07:33
parent meetings
Terra Strange
02:07:33
Remind app is our main one. However, all my parents have my cell and we are now starting a facebook page because of Covid
Donna Patton
02:07:37
weekly newsletters; folders that go back and forth each day
Brandy Kahl
02:07:37
Parent/Teacher conferences, newsletters, remind app, open communication between families by texting and phone calls, home visits
Evelyn Green
02:07:37
I'm very jealous thst I can't look at the chat!!
Shayna Steinberg
02:07:38
texting (google.voice is great!!!)
Alisha Zimmerman
02:07:40
Class Tag and Remind, newsletters and opportunities to volunteer
Carli Keown
02:07:41
daily communication sheet, Facebook pages, Bloomz
Dominique Tyler
02:07:42
We use class dojo as well as weekly newsletters. Now because we are away from them, I've been calling the parents and kids
sherrie krzystofiak
02:07:43
As an itinerant/ inclusion teacher, I mostly connect through email or phone calls with families
Underwood_Family
02:07:46
communication notebook, newsletters, monthly family projects
Angie Deiter
02:07:46
bloomz app
Erika Garcia
02:07:47
sending emails to parents for two way communication
Simcha Safran
02:07:47
monthly newsletter, CPS class website
Shayna Steinberg
02:07:51
TSG
lisa
02:07:51
my are lagging
Cindy Sanchez
02:07:54
parent newsletter
Mikel Bodenbender
02:07:55
We have family nights and we do a monthly family activity with their child.
Felicia
02:07:56
News letters, Groupme, phone calls, Many are walk=ins so we check-in at the end of their session.
Erika Garcia
02:07:57
We have family activity nights
April Leigh
02:07:57
I like the notebook back and forth in the backpack for child specific info; some sites use facebook groups for general school information
Andrew McCree
02:07:59
We were hosting events that would draw huge family participation, but the feedback from families of children with special needs was that they were not attending because it was overwhelming for them and their children.We started offering "sensory friendly" options.
laurie knott
02:08:01
emails, written notes to home on therapy days
Susan Cerza
02:08:01
parent website blog
Nancy
02:08:02
I used communication journals when I was in the classroom. (old)
Anakaren Nabor
02:08:05
We currently use daily sheets to discuss the daily behavior. We also discuss through emails or in person meetings.
Gretchen W
02:08:11
Google Classroom now that we are doing remote learning
Alisha Zimmerman
02:08:12
But even with all these I struggle with engagement
Dominique Tyler
02:08:13
We have a zoom meeting scheduled for Friday. Hopefully the parents join
valorierevere
02:08:13
we use Dojo for daily communication, family nights,
patricea.horne
02:08:15
work website. mostly newsletter, and family conferences.
Terra Strange
02:08:20
we also have monthly newsletters and about once a month we have a parent child activity.
Beverly Smith
02:08:20
School Newsletter
Simcha Safran
02:08:21
Family study projects
Chris Gillis
02:08:25
Communication notebook. I have parent volunteers in my class several days of week
lisa
02:08:28
I used to do that too ..haha
Lauren Pittman
02:08:37
It’s hard when most of families don’t have access to much if any technology
patricea.horne
02:08:53
I use Class Dojo for my daughter school and classroom.
Donna Patton
02:08:55
I use a form that we check what their child does each day. That way parents can talk to them about their day
Ann Neville
02:08:57
Class DOJO, Mass Emails to all students, When parents ask how many kids in class ( for invitations, etc.), make sure to include the children who are blended into the classroom.
sherrie krzystofiak
02:09:05
My daughter’s class uses Seesaw
Erika Garcia
02:09:08
Family workshops or trainings every month that focus on topics that a parent survey listed
Felicia
02:09:14
TSG
Beth
02:09:17
We have a monthly buddy day where the children bring an adult with them to school for the day and they do preplanned STEAM activities together
jackie G
02:09:22
Have mini parent trainings throughout the year
Lauren Pittman
02:09:23
We use class dojo, but often times, I just have to call parents to get responses.
wtcrump
02:09:34
We have a parent teacher room so eventhough we work with our families our families work in the parent room too
Sandra
02:09:35
We use daily care sheets where we leave notes to parents every day or comments about the child's day.
Nelly Jimenez
02:09:49
We also have a parent room in our school. They provide lots of resources for parents including workshops.
Gretchen W
02:09:55
parent engagement make and take during the school day with family support team
Libbi Farmer
02:11:36
scaffolding, positive reinforcement, following child lead
Susan Cerza
02:11:37
Asking the child for direction as to the order, prompting language,
Samantha Schnell
02:11:39
This makes me realize we need to develop policy for information regarding inclusion and also support teachers with time and resources to allow and encourage them to have this two way open dialogue with parents. It highlights the need for administration to understand how MUCH planning and reflection time teachers need (at LEAST fifty percent of each day for a quality program).
Dominique Tyler
02:11:39
She is close to the child and she ask her the child's suggestions to make him feel included. She smiling and asking for his suggestions
Krysta Kleinschmidt
02:12:00
Asking the child what color he wanted for the blocks.
sherrie krzystofiak
02:12:10
questioning, facilitated play, model language
patricea.horne
02:12:21
She is interacting wit the children and making sure the children with special needs are included.
Vivian Smith
02:12:21
Facilitating conversation, including everyone,, Asking questions,
patricea.horne
02:12:37
asking questions, giving information.
Gretchen W
02:12:46
open ended questions, modeling language
Virginia Colletti
02:12:46
She expanded on vocabulary the students had
Donna Patton
02:12:50
asking the child what he wants done next; asking others students to get different items; drawing attention to what peers are doing; drawing attention to potential new words; asking questions
shannon Richardson
02:12:53
questioning and physical assistance
Alisha Zimmerman
02:12:53
She asked him questions, engaged him with turns, used a lot of eye contact and smiling
Kristi Perigo
02:12:53
including everyone! asking questions
Underwood_Family
02:13:11
The children are taking turns and the teacher is facilitating the learning and asking questions.
wtcrump
02:13:15
That was cute. He knows what to do the children are interacting with him as well
Jenny Ludington
02:13:15
she is making sure everyone is included, encouraging peer interaction
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:13:16
giving directions for students to follow
Felicia
02:13:17
Including the student in the decision making, asking questions,
Terra Strange
02:13:21
asking the child and follow his guidance. Involving the other children
Madison
02:13:22
eye connection while talking to other children
laurie knott
02:13:33
color choice options, being at eye level to all of them, language development for all, asking questions
Ally
02:13:35
encouraging language and peer interaction
Kate List
02:13:42
Verbal prompting, "What do you say?"... offering choices
Shayna Steinberg
02:13:45
asking questions, giving opportunities for everyone
Wendy Wagner
02:14:19
Supporting play and interaction by using questions
lisa
02:14:28
so cute .. and good idea
Terra Strange
02:14:28
The car was a great idea.
Ann Neville
02:14:38
Teacher is doing hand over hand so he can be included and helping directs others to help build etc. and encourage others to build what little boy would do. Helping each other accomplish goal.
Erika Garcia
02:14:56
Allowing child to direct the play who couldn't participate physically was very nice to include him in the block area. Also facilitated play to have child interactions.
Beth
02:16:15
nice video
Lauren Pittman
02:16:55
Like this! Also like to demonstrate a few times first. So they have a goo example.
Gretchen W
02:16:56
cute idea with the binder clips
Madison
02:18:22
We use sticks with their pictures on it the center has pockets for how many people are allowed in 3 so 3 pockets there will be one in each folder of sticks the kids catch onto this well every year
patricea.horne
02:18:42
I like that activtiy.
patricea.horne
02:19:09
I think peer interactions are very important.
Lauren Pittman
02:19:12
In my class modeling is really important.
Libbi Farmer
02:19:29
will be implementing this now!!
Madison
02:19:30
Also with their pictures being on the sticks they can count who the people are in that center and if their in the right spot
Madison
02:20:13
That's how our hall ways look after we line up from the restroom
Sally Piazza
02:20:41
love the feet and colors on the floor for my PT kids!!
Samantha Schnell
02:21:41
The story characters on blocks is an amazing concept i think! Relatively easy to make and interchangeable as all get out!
patricea.horne
02:23:58
The Teacher should be available to join the group activity.
Brandy Kahl
02:24:55
Maybe picture prompts to help her communicate.
Terra Strange
02:25:00
I think having a buddy would be great. Its hard to be available at all times.
Kathleen
02:25:07
Barney
Ally
02:25:12
utilizing our teaching assistants
Beth
02:25:21
I like the buddy idea
Dominique Tyler
02:26:44
The buddy idea is great!
Simcha Safran
02:26:44
always a great rewminder
laurie knott
02:26:49
buddy system is always great
Lauren Pittman
02:28:08
I also like having a classroom problem solver
shannon Richardson
02:29:48
it really builds relationships when you share personal information with them
Susan Cerza
02:29:49
sharing her experience, expanding conversation by asking questions, encourage her to tell
Brandy Kahl
02:29:50
Engaging the child with open-ended questions.
sherrie krzystofiak
02:30:14
Sharing personal experience, open ended (tell me about it)
Donna Patton
02:30:14
at the child's level; responding to the given ideas; asking questions
Terra Strange
02:30:25
Relating to her personal experiences and asking her questions to expand the conversation.
valorierevere
02:30:47
Engaging in conversation and sharing experiences, asking questions
Brandy Kahl
02:30:49
She is encouraging communication.
Alisha Zimmerman
02:30:51
Her whole body is engaged with her and she is asking more questions to further their conversations
sherrie krzystofiak
02:30:52
showing a genuine interest in what the child is saying
Krysta Kleinschmidt
02:31:02
The teacher is extending conversations by asking open ended questions and discussing things that are of interest to the student.
April Leigh
02:31:03
open ended questions, giving hints, really listening/making eye contact, using high affect and excited tone of voice
Simcha Safran
02:31:05
shared her experience, asked open ended questions, good eye contact, expounds on childs ideas
wtcrump
02:31:16
Shes getting her to tell about another place and time. Attempted to get her to retell a story.
Chris Gillis
02:31:18
Helps her solve problems
April Leigh
02:31:25
down at the child's level also, close to the child
Erika Garcia
02:31:32
Making good eye contact and giving the child her full attention.
Ally
02:31:34
gave tools to handle waiting and problem solving social probelms
Underwood_Family
02:31:35
Teacher is helping child to compare the classroom to the center
diane.barnes-maguire
02:31:37
good scaffolding
Lauren Pittman
02:31:37
So many of the class things being demonstrated
Dominique Tyler
02:31:45
She's showing interest in the child and responding; engaging in conversation
Ann Neville
02:31:48
The teacher adds more to what the child is saying and asks the child for clarifiction. The teacher asks open ended questions.
Wendy Wagner
02:31:54
Expanding the conversation with open-ended questions, letting child pick the topic, sharing personal experiences
Erin Brusky
02:31:56
she is very engaged!
Anakaren Nabor
02:31:57
Love the interaction between them. They are always looking ways to engage with each other.
patricea.horne
02:32:08
children level, interaction, open ended questions, relates to another time, parallel talk
Felicia
02:32:17
Extending the conversation, taking turns, listening and asking related questions
Janette
02:32:33
She is very engaged and lots of questions to extend the conversation
Gretchen W
02:32:39
I like how she is trying to relate to the child and not talk down to her. You can tell that the student really likes the teacher and enjoys interacting with her
Vivian Smith
02:32:40
Positive feedback ,asking questions paying attention to what he has to say
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:32:44
The adult gives the child her undivided attention and is genuinely interested in what the child has to say.
laurie knott
02:32:54
completely engaged, makes the child feel valued, repeating what child says confirming she is listening, asking questions to extend the communication
Ann Neville
02:32:55
Teacher compliments child when she tells experiences.
Jenny Ludington
02:33:03
eye contact while child is speaking, questioning to extend the back and forth exchange in the conversation
Mercedes Eberlin
02:33:07
The adult shows great interest in the girl. She extends the conversationg
Shayna Steinberg
02:33:11
good eye contact, talking about her interests, open ended questions
emEva Helguerahg
02:33:15
She is making connections to other settings
Carli Keown
02:33:15
very positive and seems genuinely interested. love her interaction with the student.
wtcrump
02:33:16
Looping the conersation
Kate List
02:33:16
She is asking a lot of questions to further her thinking and gain more information. She uses eye contact and is genuinely listening to her.
Mikel Bodenbender
02:33:19
She encouraged a positive conversation when she believed someone was doing something negative (copying them).
Andrew McCree
02:33:20
What a great connection between those two!
Shayna Steinberg
02:33:23
validating her thoughts
Lauren Pittman
02:33:31
Authentic
Darshe Bias
02:33:37
Adult is encouraging conversation loops. Keeping the conversation positive, and helping children to make connections.
Andrew McCree
02:33:51
You could tell this was built upon previous conversations and background knowledge she had about the kiddo
Angie Deiter
02:33:51
asking questions
Beth
02:33:53
I like that she is pulling the child's whole day together. She is showing how both places are alike and a great place to be.
Ann Neville
02:33:59
Both seem happy and interested in each other
Libbi Farmer
02:35:40
great resource to have!
Samantha Schnell
02:39:05
Engaging conversation during a child’s well liked activity is a very valuable time that we can all utilize!
lisa
02:46:12
or decrease wait time .. let them go first
Gretchen W
02:48:40
My device died and I lost the connection, now I can't see the chat or q and a anymore
Terra Strange
02:48:50
I play switcharoonie too lol
Sandra
02:48:57
I WASNT ABLE TO SEE THE VIDEO
lisa
02:49:10
this sounds more like our room ..
Ally
02:50:04
gave choices and strategies for coping continued with circle not drawing attention to the behavior
Ann Kremer
02:50:26
The link to see video is here- look for Draco Transition https://www.cde.state.co.us/resultsmatter/rmvideoseries_practicingobservation2
Terra Strange
02:50:31
love his happy dance
Susan Cerza
02:50:44
Love that she included everyone in the Draco shuffle lol
Alisha Zimmerman
02:50:54
Having him move his own chair encouraged him to attend group. Each bump in his behavior was calmly addressed even if he didn't respond. He was also given chances to answers questions and his participation was praised.
Donna Patton
02:50:55
moving his cube chair; revealing one letter at the time to help keep attention
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:50:56
Are the videos choppy for anyone else?
Susan Cerza
02:51:13
Yes, Lisa
Angie Deiter
02:51:20
yes
Samantha Schnell
02:51:24
Those materials and furniture allow the children to organize their bodies to retain focus!
Dominique Tyler
02:51:25
Oh, that's such a fun idea! I'm loving all the inclusion. Some great ideas to incorporate in my class!
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:51:34
Ok, thank you. I thought it might have been just me.
Mikel Bodenbender
02:51:50
She got down on his level to speak with him.
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:51:52
The dance was adorable!
diane.barnes-maguire
02:51:59
We have cube chairs or rocking chairs in all of our EC classrooms to allow for repositioning thorughout the day
Underwood_Family
02:52:03
Cute dance!
Jenny Ludington
02:52:05
great ideas, thanks for the link
Shayna Steinberg
02:52:05
validating his feelings
Shayna Steinberg
02:52:16
giving everyone a turn
Wendy Wagner
02:52:21
She was calm when speaking to him about the struggles he was having
Libbi Farmer
02:52:29
mindful moments, mighty minutes
Janette
02:52:48
timer, visuals, songs
sherrie krzystofiak
02:52:49
Visual/verbal warning prior to a transition
valorierevere
02:52:50
use of songs, first/then, schedules
Terra Strange
02:52:51
We use mighty minutes for a lot of our transitions.
Simcha Safran
02:52:51
timer set, song
Erin Brusky
02:52:53
advance notice (visual and verbal), picture schedule, song
shannon Richardson
02:53:00
songs, counting
Underwood_Family
02:53:01
mighty minutes
Mikel Bodenbender
02:53:01
I have a chime in my room to let children know that it is time to clean-up, and one of my students require picture cards for transitions.
Nelly Jimenez
02:53:03
We use songs and games that allow them to move to help with transition from circle meetings to free-choice play.
Kate List
02:53:04
Provide time warnings prior to transitions, have an instrument we use to indicate clean up time, first/then schedules
Simcha Safran
02:53:04
gross motor activity
Jenny Ludington
02:53:05
I give consistent warnings in the same way
Ally
02:53:07
Pre warn them that a transition is about to occur, timer, visuals
Terra Strange
02:53:08
we also give 5 min warnings before transitions and usually songs
lisa
02:53:09
line order
Ann Neville
02:53:11
Providing class and individual child with a time cues.
Vivian Smith
02:53:11
I do A five Min warning before we Change areas
Brandy Kahl
02:53:12
Limiting wait time between transitions. Mighty minutes, ringing a bell.
Lisa Hull-Crawford
02:53:14
practice transitions
Nelly Jimenez
02:53:16
For clean up time, we use a bell.
Madison
02:53:16
songs
Alisha Zimmerman
02:53:20
consistency and giving specific directions, one step at a time.
patricea.horne
02:53:21
Im not in the classroom but we use Teaching Strategies Gold For example, Might minutes, timer, songs.
Darshe Bias
02:53:23
I use a visual timer. I use predictable songs. I try to use the transitions that the children loves.
Anakaren Nabor
02:53:23
We offer classroom schedule, and forming connections with songs and timers, also brain breaks
Dominique Tyler
02:53:24
I use warnings and a timer and the light switch
Shayna Steinberg
02:53:24
songs, musical instruments, children getting to be the warners,
Donna Patton
02:53:25
giving warnings before cleaning up; timers; picture schedules; calming touch
laurie knott
02:53:25
verbal cues, timers, movement break
Mercedes Eberlin
02:53:25
Countdown songs
sherrie krzystofiak
02:53:27
questioning, what’s next on your schedule?
Erika Garcia
02:53:27
A transition song or a count down warning
Virginia Colletti
02:53:30
train whistle
Kathleen
02:53:30
allowing children who have a hard time focusing to go first, warnings, activities to transition with limited wait time
emEva Helguerahg
02:53:30
I use an alarm in my phone with different songs, which lets all of us that time for clean up is up and what we have next.
Madison
02:53:32
I love mighty minutes
Susan Cerza
02:53:33
Using picture schedule, one of my friends gets to bring something from PE back to the classroom from the gym (ie scooter back or tricycle back) and then we return the item to the gym
Cindy Sanchez
02:53:34
transition games, 5 mins warning, jobs/helpers
Felicia
02:53:35
timers, picture schedules, songs, versions of the online classroom timers
April Leigh
02:53:36
referring to daily schedule- or child may have their own individual schedule; use timers; give heads up a few time- may need to directly tell certain children the transition is about to happen; sing or do other activities through the transition (mighty minutes, other songs, animal walking, etc.)
dkistner
02:53:37
countdown to transitions
Wendy Wagner
02:53:37
If I have a friend that I know struggles with transitions, I try to make sure there is an adult nearby to assist the child when we make a change
Terra Strange
02:53:41
my Bluetooth speakers makes a sound when I turn it on so kids know before I ever give a verbal warning.
wtcrump
02:53:45
Songs, rhymes
Ann Neville
02:53:48
Using a bell to stop activity and listen.
Beth
02:53:54
lots of songs, dancing, positive words
Simcha Safran
02:53:58
RCADD is a great resource and is free
Gretchen W
02:54:04
audio and visual timers
patricea.horne
02:54:26
nice
Krysta Kleinschmidt
02:54:38
visual timers
Samantha Schnell
02:55:10
Auditory and visual cues
Simcha Safran
02:55:13
I love stock
Dominique Tyler
02:55:26
What is stock?
Terra Strange
02:55:32
what is stock?
Terra Strange
02:55:46
thank you.
Dominique Tyler
02:55:55
oh, I thought it was a program lol
Susan Cerza
02:57:11
What about children providing their own feedback? We use a visual board to say ‘how I did on my work’
shannon Richardson
02:57:29
I like how your thinking about that
Lauren Pittman
02:58:55
I like this
lisa
02:59:13
and a big focus of ECERS
shannon Richardson
02:59:45
it’s a great opportunity to model language
wtcrump
03:01:07
Still no sound
patricea.horne
03:01:21
no sound
Andrew McCree
03:01:35
Can you do the voices for us Ann?
valorierevere
03:02:33
Incorporating everyones views and facilitating the conflict resolution
Donna Patton
03:02:37
teacher questioning; asking the child what would make him feel better; making both children feel better about what happened
Andrew McCree
03:02:41
Hahah
Vivian Smith
03:02:49
She addresses his feeling
Simcha Safran
03:02:52
asked child
Andrew McCree
03:02:53
I like that.. Be Careful instead of be sorry.
laurie knott
03:02:57
asking the kid what would make him feel best
Susan Cerza
03:02:59
Love that - be careful not sorry
Ally
03:02:59
included both children in the problem solving
Simcha Safran
03:03:02
careful next time
Mikel Bodenbender
03:03:02
They are learning to show empathy.
Erika Garcia
03:03:03
I liked the phrases she used.
Alisha Zimmerman
03:03:07
both perspectives shared
Terra Strange
03:03:08
including both children
Sally Piazza
03:03:09
that she put the power of conflict resolution with the student
Erin Brusky
03:03:10
having the kid figure out what the problem was - did the car get their by itself
shannon Richardson
03:03:11
I like that video! Make a choice to be careful so we don’t have to be sorry!
patricea.horne
03:03:13
The Teacher was able to resolve the problems with the children. Ask if they were ok.
Jenny Ludington
03:03:13
she encouraged children to exchange ideas
Lisa Hull-Crawford
03:03:20
I love how she asked for his opinion on what should happen and how she gently and kindly corrected/redirected the other little boy.
Underwood_Family
03:03:24
Teacher ask to child What will help him feel better? Making choices
Ann Neville
03:03:25
Encouraging to be nice and not sorry.
Anakaren Nabor
03:03:29
I like how she works with both kids and allows them to actually talk to each other
Shayna Steinberg
03:03:29
she asked "victim " what he needed
Beth
03:03:32
I liked that she let the children decide how to get through the conflic
April Leigh
03:03:32
she gave the child choice as to how he would feel better
Alisha Zimmerman
03:03:33
loved the genuine hug
Wendy Wagner
03:03:33
Included both children, positive words
Nancy
03:03:34
I love that she asked him what would make him feel better
Madison
03:03:35
Had both children not just the child over the problem asked their feelings showed her emotions by a hug
Andrew McCree
03:03:37
It wasn't just "Say sorry" and then move along.
Shayna Steinberg
03:03:39
didn't force her thoughts on it
Gretchen W
03:03:42
She was calm and didn't make the one who caused the other student to be upset feel bad
sherrie krzystofiak
03:03:45
Asked for child to state resolution, not herself
Cindy Sanchez
03:03:47
both agreed on resolution. teacher talking it through
Ann Neville
03:03:50
Eye contact, promoted sincerity
Mercedes Eberlin
03:03:52
calm and brief
dkistner
03:03:59
she helped guide the conversation, but let the child ultimately make choices on how to "fix" the situation by asking what would make them feel better
patricea.horne
03:04:00
patient
Janette
03:04:10
Calm and the student’s level
Ann Neville
03:04:13
kids responded positively
Sandra
03:04:22
I can't see any of the videos anymore but I hear you.
Brandy Kahl
03:04:22
I like the teacher's positive response. Meaningful and to the point.
Gretchen W
03:04:56
I like that she didn't put her judgment on it and left it about the kids feelings
lisa
03:06:16
back on .. lost the screen for a min but could still hear you
Susan Cerza
03:06:32
yay! thanks!
Carli Keown
03:07:18
Would love to be able to share this with our paraprofessionals. Thanks for recording and making it available!
Dominique Tyler
03:07:51
Yes, I need to create a concrete plan!
lisa
03:08:13
no
Simcha Safran
03:08:51
not included
lisa
03:08:55
yes .. im gonna share with my team , one member is here !!;0)
Simcha Safran
03:09:40
Thank you so much!!
Lauren Pittman
03:09:53
Setting up a planning meeting with my TA, sharing this with her and brainstorming some new things to implement.
patricea.horne
03:09:58
Share this webinar with my Directors, Teachers, and paraprofessionals.
Susan Cerza
03:09:59
Next steps are to collaborate with team
emEva Helguerahg
03:10:00
I plan to create the matrix for 2 of my students this year.
Felicia
03:10:02
Review and share with my classroom team
Beth
03:10:06
share matrix with other staff
Janette
03:10:07
I am going to using the matrix.. Meeting with TA to discuss this webinar
Simcha Safran
03:10:09
love the matrix. I'm going to make them for all 7 of my DL students
laurie knott
03:10:10
love the collaboration checklist
Erin Brusky
03:10:11
We are planning to expand our itinerant services - we want to allow as many of our self-contained kids to participate as we can - but we want to make sure they get the right supports!
Mercedes Eberlin
03:10:12
Sharing the webinar
Dominique Tyler
03:10:19
first steps is meeting with my team and figuring out skills/techniques to better support inclusion
Monique Hovinga
03:10:20
We will send it out as a resource. Not to worry!
Wendy Wagner
03:10:20
I’d like to implement the matrix
April Leigh
03:10:23
would be great to use some of the resources, share webinar, perhaps consider more of a Cara's Kit training for teachers
Guadalupe Garcia
03:10:24
Sharing with director at my center, CARA'S KIT
Chris Gillis
03:10:26
Yes use of the matrix
lisa
03:10:28
Im super excited !! and cannot wait to do the Matrix .. valuable resource !!
Ally
03:10:30
using boardmaker to make a lot of new visuals and incorporating the matrix into my iep data collection
Alisha Zimmerman
03:10:33
trying out some ideas, flip schedule and the matrix going forward
Erin Brusky
03:10:34
the matrix is very helpful!
Mikel Bodenbender
03:10:35
My next step is to meet with my team and share the information I learned here and how we can become more inclusive. I will definitely be using the Matrix.
Donna Patton
03:10:38
adding more visuals as examples of what can be done in the centers
Krysta Kleinschmidt
03:10:39
Use the matrix and share ideas with teaching team.
Terra Strange
03:10:40
the use of the matrix I think will be helpful
Jenny Ludington
03:10:40
Next year will be my second year in an inclusion classroom. I want to focus more on collaboration with other staff.
valorierevere
03:10:42
We hope to apply next year and so its making sure we are all on the same page and have universal supports throughout our classrooms.
Cindy Sanchez
03:10:43
Create Matrix, share with team
Chris Gillis
03:10:44
ICP will be useful for our program
Underwood_Family
03:10:44
Next step share webinar with others and CARA's kit
Kate List
03:10:46
to reflect on all information gathered here and communicate with my teaching team on how we can refine our practices
Shayna Steinberg
03:10:48
already requested the recording button. taking with coteachers on applying the tools. seeing which will support the students
Simcha Safran
03:10:52
hard to get the team on board especially when ,any behaviors and they just give the students what they want
Gretchen W
03:10:57
Ann N. and I want to try opening up our Blended and Self-contained rooms during centers sometimes to try having all of the students able to play together. I also want to use the matrix
patricea.horne
03:11:07
Matrix
lisa
03:11:14
ICP .. so cool !! , its only my second year in this postion and have so many questions !!!this is going to give me some direction on how to be more intentional
sherrie krzystofiak
03:11:16
Need to share with building/program admins to ensure all staff are fully invested in inclusion. Often in our building, inclusion teacher comes in and pulls a child aside to work 1-1. I keep saying, that is not inclusion. But, it has been the expectation
Kathleen
03:11:19
I need to develop a plan to go into classroom and support teachers in putting specific plans in place to accomodate goals. I love the Idea of cara's Kit and I wonder the differance beteen that and Building Blocks of Inclusion Book we currently utilize in our program
Brandy Kahl
03:11:19
My co teacher is on webinar. We are definitely going to include some of the ideas that was shared in the classroom. For example the picture prompts.
Erika Garcia
03:11:20
Using the matrix and creating more opportunities for teachers to collaborate more consistently. Sharing all the tools given here with them.
Terra Strange
03:11:22
i will also be requesting the recording button. I just sent in my wish list for next year yesterday lol.
Ann Neville
03:11:24
Sharing parts of this webinar where I feel my TA and myself need to work on.
Sandra
03:11:38
I like the matrix I think I will be using it
Janette
03:11:54
Matrix and Cara’s Kit
Lisa Hull-Crawford
03:11:55
Adding "dual" classrooms to our itinerant (at risk pre-k) classrooms and our early childhood classrooms (and reducing the E.C. classrooms)
Chris Gillis
03:11:59
Cara’s kit was new to me
Underwood_Family
03:12:01
Big take away CARA's Kit
diane.barnes-maguire
03:12:02
phsyical arrangment of classroom materials
Donna Patton
03:12:03
I'm going to look into CARA'S kit
Kristin Beck
03:12:04
Matrix!
Sandra
03:12:06
Cara's Kit
Krysta Kleinschmidt
03:12:08
matrix
Laura Brown
03:12:08
breaking down the 12 ICP practices and provide mini trainings on each one of the 12 practices.
lisa
03:12:09
Melanie Matrix !!!
Guadalupe Garcia
03:12:09
Matrix and CARA'S KIT
Wendy Wagner
03:12:09
Definitely looking into Cara’s kit
Dominique Tyler
03:12:11
I have never heard of the matrix or Caras kit
Vivian Smith
03:12:13
Matrix
Shayna Steinberg
03:12:13
cara's kit
valorierevere
03:12:13
I want incorporate Cara’s kit in the classroom
Samantha Schnell
03:12:13
Cara’s Kit I need to revisit that and proliferate the info
emEva Helguerahg
03:12:14
CARA'S Kit
Simcha Safran
03:12:14
adding on schedules the choices for centers and the Matrix
wtcrump
03:12:17
Being more cosistently with the children at the same time to help them work together
Beth
03:12:20
CARA kit looks like a great place to start
laurie knott
03:12:22
approach to conflict resolution and collaboration checklist with teachers
Sally Piazza
03:12:23
CARA's Kit
lisa
03:12:25
oh.. an ICP .. if you want 2..
Alisha Zimmerman
03:12:26
same, matrix and caras kit
Gretchen W
03:12:30
I really liked the big mac question of the day idea
sherrie krzystofiak
03:12:30
Love the matrix and interests in exploring Cara’s kit
Jenny Ludington
03:12:34
I'm going to use the self reflection handouts
Dominique Tyler
03:12:35
I would be very interested in the Matrix
Erika Garcia
03:12:36
everything learned here today. Great tools.
Lisa Hull-Crawford
03:12:37
I will look up the Cara's kit. The matrix is another great resource to include.
Anakaren Nabor
03:12:38
I really want to look into Cara's kit. Also implement Matrix
Sara Svetich
03:12:40
I like the matrix....its something easy to give to staff who say they don't know what or how to collect.
Nancy
03:12:41
Really like the Matrik and feel it will be helpful to Head Start teacher’s
LaShanda Ticer-Wurr
03:12:45
CARA Kit and the clip 1.1
Felicia
03:12:45
I really have been thinking about the matrix and this has provided more ways to go through with it.
Ann Neville
03:12:46
Trying to make the matrix for IEP kids and then make to share for parents at home during e learning.
Beverly Smith
03:12:54
The Matrix & vidoes
Mikel Bodenbender
03:12:57
The Matrix for sure and I will definitely be looking at Cara's Kit. I also love the picture directions for centers so they can be more independent.
Brandy Kahl
03:12:57
Directions for the children to do in centers what uses the pictures, using more visual charts for the centers, and the different resources used in the handouts.
Virginia Colletti
03:12:57
I’m really excited to use the matrix. All of my students have IEP’s and I can put their goals in and it will make tracking their goals easier as well as the part of my lesson plan that asks for individualization and assessment and reflection. I will able to include this and save myself time and stress.
Ann Neville
03:13:00
Use matrix in the classroom
Andrew McCree
03:13:05
Expansion of our use of the ICP and begin conversations on the recognition of high quality inclusive practices.
Laura Brown
03:13:07
collaboration check list
Cindy Sanchez
03:13:13
Create adaptations, Matrix, working with admins to be on board
Sara Svetich
03:13:19
The biggest hurdle is in getting classroom staff to see that they can do this and that the supports they need are already in place.
lisa
03:13:19
and quick question .. I would love a training on Picture supports, putting them in boards .. using actual photos not PECS
Darshe Bias
03:13:21
I will take back the quality of feedback and the variety of transitions that were shared.
Felicia
03:13:33
sounds good.
patricea.horne
03:13:33
Share this information with my co-workers to implement in the classrooms.
Ann Neville
03:13:37
Use the matrix with kids who are going through MTSS.
lisa
03:13:39
OHH,,, exciting >> we are starnet 4
valorierevere
03:14:12
I plan to share the webinar and key takeaways with my team.
Simcha Safran
03:14:30
Help each child's individual needs
Kristin Beck
03:14:31
I want to sit down with the team and come up with a solid plan!
valorierevere
03:14:36
Our goal is to apply next year after also implementing pyramid model/
Carli Keown
03:14:36
The matrix will help guild planning and data collection. looking forward to using it.
shannon Richardson
03:14:39
share the information learned with the team
Cindy Sanchez
03:14:41
observing, planning, creating and collaborating.
Kathleen
03:14:42
Support my team with more training on how to create individulization and to include all children in the classroom.
April Leigh
03:14:43
talk more with my team regarding what kinds of resources we all agree would be useful
diane.barnes-maguire
03:14:44
go through cara's kit with staff; incorproate the matrix for self reflection of ways to improve
Janette
03:14:46
Plan with my team using the matrix.. Look into Cara’s Kit
Terra Strange
03:14:48
I think the matrix is a great way to keep me working towards my goals and for documentation. This is something I hope I can start to implement in the coming year.
Anakaren Nabor
03:14:49
I think the first thing I want to do is share with my co teacher what I have learned. This way we can plan together to implement in our classroom
Ally
03:14:50
sharing ideas from the webinar in PLCs
Madison
03:14:52
I can use today what I learned by sharing it with my co workers and adding it everyday to myself while working. I can share my notes with my team. I can plan ahead for the future,
Sally Piazza
03:14:53
I will do due diligence on a picture schedule for PT
Susan Cerza
03:14:54
I am excited to use what I have learned today in my classroom (if we ever get back), share with my team, using the tools you shared
lisa
03:14:56
all those things ..
Donna Patton
03:14:58
help individual needs, even those that don't have iep's; team awareness, even those at different locations
Beth
03:14:58
I am definitely going to use the matrix to help me become more aware of how and when and child meets their goals. This is a visual confirmation for me and the other adults to see daily
Jenny Ludington
03:14:59
I plan on checking out resources you have mentioned, use my extra time to plan
Dominique Tyler
03:15:00
I would like to be more aware of making sure I include all children in all times of the day
Guadalupe Garcia
03:15:01
adapt it to my future experiences if I change positions from teacher to any type of para/ inclusive
Gretchen W
03:15:01
planning for more differentiation in centers
Brandy Kahl
03:15:01
I plan to use a lot of the resources that was shared in the classroom and use some of the tools to prepare room for next year.
Vivian Smith
03:15:02
Planning for next year
emEva Helguerahg
03:15:02
Go over CARA's kit for next year
Lisa Hull-Crawford
03:15:03
As a district, our goal/dream is full pre-k inclusion.
Darshe Bias
03:15:05
I will share information with teachers and encourage them to be proactive.
Shayna Steinberg
03:15:05
use the matrix to look at each student. look at how to prepare to use these tools.for future students
Ann Neville
03:15:06
Review the slides and make more notes, prioritize what needs to be done for remainder of this year and next year.
Kate List
03:15:07
I want to look into CARA'S Kit and reflect on ways to refine my practice for all students
Kristi Perigo
03:15:08
I plan to discuss the webinar with my team. I hope we can continue to provide appropriate inclusion.
Virginia Colletti
03:15:08
I want to take my kinds IEP goals and slot them in to the matrix and then during team meetings we can talk about goals being met like speech goals happening on the playground we will all have the same information and assessment format
wtcrump
03:15:09
What I learned today will help me reorganize how we run the classroom and work with our parents
Chris Gillis
03:15:10
I’m zooming with my team later today so I can going to talk about this with them today.
Underwood_Family
03:15:12
Planning for next year
LaShanda Ticer-Wurr
03:15:17
Share with my lead teacher
Alisha Zimmerman
03:15:22
I don't have inclusion students yet as I don't have my endorsement yet but will store these tips away and implement some right away-when we get back after all this!
dkistner
03:15:24
work to more effectively collaborate and communicate with school professionals, families and children
Mikel Bodenbender
03:15:24
I would like to focus on peer-to-peer positive conversation skills. I would love to have my aids participate in more Professional Development related to inclusion.
Wendy Wagner
03:15:29
Going through all the wonderful info provided today and start to make a plan for the coming school year.
Krysta Kleinschmidt
03:15:31
Collaborate with our team and sharing resources from this webinar with them.
Donna Patton
03:15:36
emails are on the first page
Felicia
03:16:07
I can use this to help increase student support, use as support when presenting to my team the reason behind the use of strategies.
laurie knott
03:16:16
increase collaboration with teachers and families
Erika Garcia
03:16:31
Share the webinar and tools, Complete checklist of collaboration to see what we can improve on, and discuss with teaching team to see how we can implement the change to help them support more meaningful inclusion in their classrooms.
Underwood_Family
03:16:36
live binder sounds awesome
KristinFancher
03:17:00
Sharing and utilizing resources with my team that will be helpful.
sherrie krzystofiak
03:17:04
Will request that we fill out/review ICP
diane.barnes-maguire
03:17:38
You can get cara's kit on ebay for 19.11 (including tax) with free shipping right now. I just ordered mine
lisa
03:17:47
WOW cool ..
April Leigh
03:17:56
can you put that link in the chat?
Andrew McCree
03:18:12
Can you drop that link here again?
Guadalupe Garcia
03:19:23
is CARA's kit free for educators anywhere?
Ann Kremer
03:19:54
https://www.eclre.org/planning-tools/student-classroom/
Guadalupe Garcia
03:20:24
Thank you !
lisa
03:20:35
that would be cool ..
Lauren Pittman
03:20:37
Thanks so much
Lisa Dresbach
03:21:05
Thank you
Krysta Kleinschmidt
03:21:08
Thank you!
laurie knott
03:21:27
thank you
lisa
03:21:28
Picture Supports ?? any good links..
April Leigh
03:21:35
can you also put the other link that you were showing a few minutes ago?
Simcha Safran
03:21:46
how do we get CE certificate? via email?
lisa
03:21:57
agreed.. yes ..
Gretchen W
03:22:11
Our district is using Google Classroom
Madison
03:22:19
How do we get our certificate will there be a link sent to us in our email?
Monique Hovinga
03:22:35
I will share information about the evaluation and certificates at the end
lisa
03:22:39
Scholastic put out a good resource for remote learning
Madison
03:22:43
thanks
Sara Svetich
03:22:47
Prek special education teachers is a facebook group with teachers sharing lots of information and activities with one another.
Donna Patton
03:22:47
if we are not part of your region, can we still get those emails
patricea.horne
03:22:50
not on FB, what about Instagram?
Donna Patton
03:23:50
which prek special education group on facebook. There are different ones
emEva Helguerahg
03:23:59
I hope startnet continues offering webinars.
Simcha Safran
03:24:22
me too
lisa
03:24:22
CLASSROOMMAGAZINES.SCHOLASTIC.COM
emEva Helguerahg
03:24:39
We need one on distance teaching
Susan Cerza
03:24:44
Thank you, this was great!
Gretchen W
03:24:56
Those scholastic activities are great! I have been sharing them with my families
Terra Strange
03:25:02
This is a great way to get PD during this time. Thank you for offering these webinars.
Andrew McCree
03:25:19
ISBE Put out guidance for Remote Learning. https://www.isbe.net/Documents/RL-Recommendations-3-27-20.pdfSpecial ed is pg 30-34EC starts on pg 35
Guadalupe Garcia
03:25:41
Where can I know what Region I'm?
Ann Kremer
03:27:12
If you go to www.starnet.org you can see what region you live in
Virginia Colletti
03:27:17
Thank you panelists!
Samantha Schnell
03:27:19
Thank you!
Guadalupe Garcia
03:27:28
thank you
patricea.horne
03:27:30
Thank you, this was very helpful.
Gretchen W
03:27:34
Thanks for the great info panelists!
sherrie krzystofiak
03:27:37
Thank you!
Lisa Hull-Crawford
03:27:39
Thank you for this informative webinar!
Cindy Sanchez
03:27:40
Thank you!
Wendy Wagner
03:27:48
This was so awesome! Thank you for opening this up to other StarNet regions…it was a wonderful training!
Donna Patton
03:27:48
Thank you!
Simcha Safran
03:27:48
Thank you this was excellent. I look forward to Fridays
Underwood_Family
03:27:50
Thank You!
Vivian Smith
03:27:51
Thank You !
Dominique Tyler
03:27:53
Monique can I have your email address?
April Leigh
03:27:56
thank you very much! Really appreciate this
Felicia
03:27:59
Thanks, very informative, look forward to attending more.
wtcrump
03:28:01
Thank you, this was very good
Jenny Ludington
03:28:02
Thank you, very informative
Beth
03:28:02
Thank you for all the resources!
Erika Garcia
03:28:10
Thank you for all the useful information! Stay safe and healthy.
laurie knott
03:28:10
thank you again
Alisha Zimmerman
03:28:11
Thank you!
Janette
03:28:14
Thank you!
emEva Helguerahg
03:28:14
Thank you so much
Shayna Steinberg
03:28:15
I arrived 15 min late, but arrived in time for all of the content. will I still recieve an email?
valorierevere
03:28:16
Thank you!
Sally Piazza
03:28:16
thank you
Angie Deiter
03:28:19
Thank You!
shannon Richardson
03:28:21
I signed up with my work email but logged in with my personal email. which one will it go to?
Angelia Cairel
03:28:21
Thank You to all of you!
lisa
03:28:24
THIS WAS GREAT !!!!
Carli Keown
03:28:28
Thank you!
Laura Brown
03:28:29
Thank You
Chris Gillis
03:28:33
Thank you
Brandy Kahl
03:28:33
thank you
Susan Cerza
03:28:33
Thank you !
Mikel Bodenbender
03:28:34
This was awesome, thank you.
Anakaren Nabor
03:28:35
Thank you guys
wtcrump
03:28:36
Have a great rest of your day
LaShanda Ticer-Wurr
03:28:38
Please send us the link to recording. Thanks so much!
Andrew McCree
03:28:38
You guys did great, too!
Terra Strange
03:28:40
Thank you.
shannon Richardson
03:29:05
ok thanks
diane.barnes-maguire
03:29:08
thank you