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How to Cultivate a Climate of Care During Remote Learning - Shared screen with speaker view
Lilian Pérez Rezazadeh
13:58
Good morning
sarah miles
14:24
Good morning and Good afternoon!
sarah miles
14:54
Welcome! We are so happy you are here!
Pauline Fleming
15:48
Good morning
Kari Riedel
16:18
Welcome to everyone!
sarah miles
16:20
Hi all!
Nicole Estrada
16:59
Nicole Estrada- Folsom California HS Counselor
Stephanie Huber
17:06
Good Morning My name is Stephanie Huber from Santa Clara, CA. I am the Assistant Dean at The King's Academy in Sunnyvale.
Alye Inman
17:07
hi! Alye Inman, Dean of Students, Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart - Houston
Lynne Dickerson
17:11
Hi, I’m Lynne. VP at St. Mary School in Los Gatos, CA.
Michelle Lyon
17:12
Hello from Dallas. Michelle Lyon Associate Head of School, Parish Episcopal School
Yosup Joo
17:12
Good morning. Yosup Joo, psych and econ teacher at St. Ignatius College Prep in SF.
Lydia Walden
17:13
Lydia Walden, Highland Park ISD Dallas, Texas
Liz Olson
17:15
This is Liz Olson from Phoenix Country Day School
Diane Godlewski
17:15
Hello everyone! I'm a high school teacher in Kohler, WI
Melissa Gillespie
17:17
Hi Everyone! I’m Melissa, a counselor from Calabasas High School, in los angeles
Nan Cohen
17:20
Hi everyone! English dept chair at Viewpoint School in LA. Have to leave at 11:30 for synchronous class but excited to be here.
Jon Kleiman
17:24
Hi Barbara - I notice you’re raising your virtual hand. Was that on purpose?
Mary Bashir
17:26
Hi! For some reason I can only see the screen. Are our faces visible to everyone?
Molly Barrett
17:29
Molly Barrett - Head-Royce School (Oakland) math teacher and CS coordinator
Tami Millard
17:31
Tami Millard-Learning Support Specialist, Westridge School in Pasasena
Megan
17:31
Good afternoon, I’m a high school teacher in Kohler, WI
Maureen Kintzer
17:33
Mo Kintzer- Curriculum and Instruction Specialist, Alexander Dawson School— Las Vegas
Megan Hogan-Stedman
17:33
Hi there, I’m Megan, a middle school teacher in Concord, MA!
Holly Arida
17:35
Holly Arida - Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School Bloomfield Hills Michigan
Mary Stadler
17:41
Hello, I’m Mary, school mental health counselor, San Mateo. Will this presentation be archived for later viewing?
Dawn Garrison
17:42
Dawn GarrisonRN Liberty Christian School Argyle Texas
Kathy Brophy
17:44
HI Kathy Brophy from Wellesley, MA
Tom Beach
17:45
Hello,
Kathy Laughlin
17:45
I am Director of Counseling at a High School in Marin County California
mgonzales
17:53
hi, my name is marykate Gonzales, i'm a psychologist for west Windsor Plainsboro school district
Tom Beach
17:53
Mary Walsh from St. Ignatius Cleveland-School Counselor
sarah miles
17:55
We will be sharing our screen with the slides and Chris will share his video so you can see him in 1 minute!
JoAnne Motter
17:55
Hello! Hewes Middle School Counselor from Tustin Unified. 😊
Marcia Colant
17:55
Good Morning! Middle school counselor at Live Oak in San Francisco, CA
BETH MUMPER
17:57
Good morning. I work in our Wellness Center at La Canada High School in So California.
Tamara Wall
18:04
Good morning. I am Tami Wall a high school counselor at Redwood High School in Larkspur (Marin County) CA
Monique Harrison
18:04
Hi Everyone. I'm Monique. I am a high school math teacher and instructional coach
Hannah Biagi
18:05
Good morning! 7th Grade English and Social Studies Teacher from Tustin, CA :)
Karen Wise
18:07
Karen Wise, Social Worker at Sharon High School in MA
Janet Maurer
18:07
Hi, I'm Janet Maurer from Germantown Academy in Fort Washington PA
idalee alderson
18:08
Hi, Idalee Alderson from Westland School, Los Angeles
Gabrielle Yaros
18:08
Hi all! Gabrielle Yaros, Psychologist, for a middle school in West Windsor Plainsboro School District in NJ
Lisa Elchuk
18:12
Lisa Elchuk, Upper School Librarian at Crescent School in Toronto, Canada
Michele Musto
18:14
Michele Musto, Division Head, Academy of the Holy Names, Albany, NY
James O’Hara
18:26
Jim O'Hara, Director of Guidance, Rye HS, Rye NY
Mary Bashir
18:31
Mary, French Teacher, Boston area
Monique Harrison
18:31
Forgot to add I'm in Laguna Nigel, CA
Judy Watts
18:33
Judy from Tustin Unified School District; high school English teacher (continuation high school)
Jim Goodfield
18:33
Jim G. Boston Latin School
Lynn Sanborne
18:36
Hi. Lynn Sanborne from Sewickley Academy, outside of Pittsburgh. Looking forward to this webinar
Jay Greenlinger
18:41
Good Morning! Ellen Chevalier, Instructional Technology, Oak Park Unified, CA
Daisy Guardado
18:44
Hi Everyone! School Psychologist Intern from Palo Alto Unified School District in California
Nicole Hamilton
18:45
Hi, my name is Nicole Hamilton, AP Biology teacher and color guard director at University High School in Tucson AZ
JoAnne Motter
18:53
Hello! Hewes Middle School Counselor JoAnne Motter from Hewes Middle School Tustin Unified. 😊
Emily Dutton
19:07
Hi all - Emily Dutton, Dean of Students at Drew School, San Francisco, CA
Jason Allemann
19:16
Jason Allemann, principal Laguna Beach HS
Lilian Pérez Rezazadeh
19:37
Lilian Pérez, Spanish teacher at Viewpoint School, Calabasas, California
Dana Goldberg Ganes
19:40
Hello! Dana Goldberg Ganes, Lower School Head at Spanish Infusión School in San Francisco. Thanks for offering this!
Yvonne Milham
19:57
Hello! Yvonne Milham, Wellness Coordinator at Tam High School in Mill Valley, CA
David Sudak
20:01
Hi from Dave Sudak, UHS, Tucson
Jody Passanisi
20:03
Jody Passanisi, Director of Middle School at Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School in Palo Alto
Tiffany Kelley
20:04
Hi All! Assistant Principal, Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City, Missouri
Michelle Symonds
20:10
Hi Florencia Parada, Director of Advancement and Marketing at Holy Spirit Episcopal School in Houston, TX
Carrie Green
20:11
Hi everyone! Carrie Green here from Kent Denver School. Denver, CO
Lisa Hinshelwood
20:13
Lisa Hinshelwood, SEL teacher of lower school students at Nueva School in Hillsborough, CA
Elizabeth Kelly
20:20
Elizabeth Kelly College Counseling Assistant, St. Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, Ca
Kari Riedel
20:20
Welcome everyone!
sarah miles
20:27
Welcome, welcome all!!
Mara Tapia
20:31
Hello to Everyone! Mara Green Tapia, Upper School Counselor at the Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, CA
Jay Greenlinger
20:50
Hi All. This is Tony Knight, Supt. of Oak Park USD in Ventura County.
Bethany Li
21:01
Hi all! Bethany Li, ELA Curriculum Coordinator for San Mateo Union High School District.
Paula Hodges
21:09
Paula Hodges, Aloha from Hawaii
Kate Conway
21:14
Hi all, Kate Conway, Asst Head at International School of the Peninsula, Palo Alto, CA
Craig Floyd
21:23
Hello everyone, Craig Floyd, Ojai Valley School in Ojai, CA
Pauline Fleming
22:19
Good morning, this is Pauline Fleming, kindergarten teacher at Phoenix Country Day School, Az
Allison Rodden-Lee
22:25
Hi from Hawaii
Paula Fuhr
22:25
Paula Sadler, The Blake School Minneapolis
PATRICIA MARTIN
22:55
Patty Martin, School Counselor, Adlai E Stevenson High School, IL
Daniel Bradesca
22:56
Christian Sanders, Saint Ignatius High School Cleveland, Ohio. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Phyllis Morrison
22:56
Hi All - Greetings from Albany, NYPhyllis MorrisonActing Head of School
sarah miles
23:10
I will let Chris know after!
Kari Riedel
23:27
Great to have everyone here!
Christina Reilly
23:42
Hello Everyone, Christina Reilly Special ED Educatioanl Asst Pine Hill Sherborn Mass
Angela Wang
24:07
re-upping my hello to all, Angela Wang, parent, Boston Latin School, Boston MA
Angela Siso Stentz
24:35
Angela Siso Stentz, Assistant Principal at Princeton High School, NJ
MIRIAM SINGER
25:44
Only sent my hello to panelists earlier. Miriam Singer, assistant head of school at Barnhart School near Pasadena, CA
Catherine Arnold
25:55
Cate Arnold, History/Civics Faculty Boston Latin School, Challenge Success Team Member
sarah miles
26:02
Thank you, nice to have you here!
Christina Pak
26:05
Hi all - Christina Pak, Head of Upper School, Mirman School, LA, CA
Tony Oldani
26:16
Tony Oldani, Director of Student Activities - Brophy Prep in Phoenix.
Julia Coley
26:27
To all - Julia Coley, Assistant Head; Prep Division Director (gr 9-10). Windward School, Los Angeles
Kirsty Lim
26:28
Hi all, Kirsty Lim, from Las Vegas, Alexander Dawson School.
Jonathan Beckmann
26:36
Jonathan Beckmann, Assistant Head of School Los Encinos School - Encino, CA
Kris Posavec
26:37
Hello! Kris Posavec, TOSA, Tustin Unified School District
Sheila Blanchfield
27:00
Sheila Blanchfield, Counseling Department Chair, Loyola Academy wilmette, IL, Hello all!
Paul Hagen
27:12
Paul Hagen, Director of Student Well-Being at Eastside Prep in Kirkland, Wa (which I believe might have been the first independent school in the country to transition to a remote learning model in late February)
Rasheda Carroll
27:43
Hi all - Rasheda Carroll, Assistant Head of School for Equity, Inclusion, & Counseling - Westland School, Los Angeles
sarah miles
27:58
Wow, the group will have a lot to learn from you!
sarah hultman-alpert
28:12
Hi all- Sarah Alpert, Wellness Counselor Carondelet High School Concord CA
Rasheda Carroll
28:48
Screen text is partially unviewable… Are others having similar experience?
Janet Maurer
29:02
yes
Anthony Franco
29:11
Hi, all - Anthony Franco, Associate Director of College Counseling, St. George’s School, Middletown, RI
Kari Riedel
29:33
Make sure you are viewing in full screen.
sarah miles
29:39
Hi. Happy tot try to help
Crystal Kirch
29:52
You can drag his video box wherever you want so he doesn't cover up the text on the screen
sarah miles
30:12
Try, moving the faces around by clicking and dragging it
sarah miles
30:18
As others have suggested
sarah miles
31:23
Of course, chat with us if it persists
Daisy Perez
31:27
There are no definitions for the last two terms
sarah miles
32:01
Brick and mortar is the actual school building
sarah miles
32:15
Remote learning is learning that happens in all spaces outside brick and mortar
Daisy Perez
32:18
TY
Ilene Silk
32:34
Greetings from Ilene Silk, Crossroads in Santa Monica, Elementary School Dean
sarah miles
32:52
Learning that happens at home (not online), learning that happens in extracurriculars
Brian Miller
34:17
Will this slide deck be shared at the end?
sarah miles
34:21
Yes
Lisa Hinshelwood
34:52
Suggestions for calming parents who want more more more especially with gifted students
MIRIAM SINGER
35:56
I'd love some language for parents who are pushing for 100% synchronous and don't understand student-centered learning
Kate Conway
36:06
Yes to Lisa’s request - parents are really pushing for wanting a full school day of Zoom so that kids are kept working.
Ilene Silk
36:27
Agreed Kate and Lisa!
Kari Riedel
36:27
We can share some ideas for parents on how they can best support.
Dana Goldberg Ganes
36:29
Yes to Lisa and Miriam, thank you!
Michelle Giacotto
36:42
Agree to Kate & Lisa!
Nicole Estrada
36:47
Is it possible to get a copy of the powerpoint?
Jon Kleiman
36:57
Yes, we will share the deck after
Nicole Estrada
37:07
Also, is there any way we can share this recording with our staff?
Nicole Estrada
37:08
Thank you!
Kathy Koo
37:25
We will also be offering it again.
Kari Riedel
37:25
Denise Pope has a message we’ll share with you that you can send to families, but big message is to broaden your definition of learning and focus on Playtime, Downtime, and Family Time.
sarah miles
37:40
Yes, you can use the recording as you wish
Michelle Giacotto
37:54
Excellent, look forward to seeing the message from Denise!
Kari Riedel
38:39
We will share a recording and slides after this presentation.
sarah miles
38:43
He is about to show a video
Lisa Hinshelwood
38:45
Thanks Denise!
sarah miles
38:54
So ppt is off right now. Hang tight everyone!
Lisa Hinshelwood
39:06
I mean thanks to Denise via you! I know her work well.
Kari Riedel
39:51
Vocaroo
Jon Kleiman
40:08
and Loom
Jon Kleiman
40:24
https://www.loom.com/
Lisa Hinshelwood
40:57
We do zoom meetings and break into smaller groupings
casey sasner
41:02
Using instagram every morning for a hello
Daisy Perez
41:03
zoom
Christie McMahon
41:03
we are using Google Meet/Hangout and Zoom,
Daisy Perez
41:05
SeeSaw
Michelle Giacotto
41:06
Loom has been fantastic and Zoom
Phillip Dukes
41:06
Remind is a great app to send out community messages!
Lisa Hinshelwood
41:06
We use Google Classroom and give feedback
Diane Godlewski
41:07
I've posted a couple of videos on Classroom just to say hi.
Lisa Hinshelwood
41:09
Emails all the time
Alyssa Belcher
41:11
Microsoft Teams
Monique Harrison
41:12
We have 2 Teams group meetings a week with live video and conversations
Kathy Laughlin
41:15
zoom/google hangouts
Julie Jacoby
41:16
Zoom, google chat/hangouts
Anna Lazzarini
41:17
Zoom Office Hours with students and group checkins. Zoom Staff Meetings
Dawn Garrison
41:19
Google meet
Sheila Blanchfield
41:20
Zoom and Google meets have worked very well. We are also recording videos and posting on youtube.
Maggie Lettire
41:20
Zoom breakout rooms are everything.
Donald Cramp
41:21
TEAMS
Julie Jacoby
41:22
comments in Gdocs
MIRIAM SINGER
41:22
One on one check-ins during office hours viazoom
Cora Ross
41:24
Zoom chats, phone calls (*67 first!), grade level messages
Lisa Hinshelwood
41:25
Videos recorded
Daisy Perez
41:25
Microsoft Team
Kristy Blackburn
41:26
messaging students through our LMS
Elizabeth Kelly
41:26
zoom and google meet
Amy Cislak
41:26
Non academic zoom meetings—giving kids time to share off their room, their dog, their cat etc…
Hannah Biagi
41:26
Comments on work
Lydia Walden
41:28
We are using Google Meet
Michelle Ciecek
41:28
Daily morning messages video recorded and shared via Google Classroom or Seesaw
Kirsty Lim
41:29
google hang out
Connie Mohandesi
41:29
Morning meetings on zoom
PATRICIA MARTIN
41:31
Have been using Zoom, Google Hangout
Craig Floyd
41:31
Google Meet
ConiSue King
41:32
google hangout
Nan Cohen
41:32
Popcorn check-in (they share brief check-in, then call on next person)
Brian Miller
41:34
lots of zoom. did it with my advisory yesterday
MIRIAM SINGER
41:44
Flipgrid videos
Paul Hagen
41:45
We use Teams and ask that all students keep their cameras on so folks can see each other. It helps to keep students (and teachers) engaged
Christie McMahon
41:45
One-on-one or small group Zooms for conferenicng
Michelle Giacotto
41:50
One on one check-ins, virtual Morning Meetings
Katie Cussen
41:51
Reaching out to individually through schoology
Phyllis Morrison
41:51
Zoom meetings. Visiting classrooms,Emails, faculty and department meetings.
Daisy Perez
42:05
Phone calls with parents
Nan Cohen
42:06
Google Chat for asynchronous chat for a class group, department teachers group
Kate Conway
42:11
We have a schedule of communications spread throughout the week - HOS office hour, Asst Head office hour, Princip0als Office hour, Tuesday message from Principals, Thurs video from Asst Head, Monday and Friday email from HOS.
Margot Parker
42:14
We post a mental health “Tip of the Day” on instagram
MIRIAM SINGER
42:15
virtual happy hour for teachers
PATRICIA MARTIN
42:17
We have been reaching out through Canvas as well
Kate Conway
42:25
For kids, teachers are largely on Zoom, and holding classes, so checking in with all.
Christie McMahon
42:34
Our director of community life is hosting games in Zoom
Paul Hagen
42:35
We send a daily community brief to students, families, and staff
Phyllis Morrison
42:42
Updates to community via emails, weekly school message! Website updates!
Kate Conway
42:46
We also have virtual recess, virtual dance club, and adding a few others
PATRICIA MARTIN
42:47
We have been posting Virtual Spirit Weeks on Instagram
Phyllis Morrison
42:51
Virtual community prayer service!
Kari Riedel
42:54
Great to see examples of strong communication between all stakeholders - students, parents, and educators.
casey sasner
42:56
providing instagram IGTV shout-outs
Judy Watts
42:57
I email kids all the time and encourage them to meet with me during my office hours via Meet
Catherine Arnold
43:06
I’ve been trying to be amusing…sending a video of myself in clips with an outer space backdrop referring jokingly to our new virtual “space” also sending emojis of myself saying hi…was planning to open this sharing opportunity up to students
sarah miles
43:07
We will share the chat afterwards too so you all have these great ideas from others!
Dana Goldberg Ganes
43:07
Kate - do parents feel your communications frequency are too much, not event, just right?
Lisa Hinshelwood
43:14
SEL check-ins
Paul Hagen
43:16
attendance questions
Lisa Hinshelwood
43:17
Reflections
Christie McMahon
43:17
Also, sending out fun videos made by the student council with prayer, cooking recipes, cute pets, interviews
Maggie Lettire
43:22
Temperature checks
Cora Ross
43:23
Regularly scheduled Department meetings
Phillip Dukes
43:24
Short mindful breathing activities
WIlly Haug
43:24
recording morning broadcast and sending link to school
Maureen Kintzer
43:30
Google meets, google hangouts, 1-on-1 meeting with advisors, team meetings, dept meetings, 1-on-1 with direct supervisor, flip grids, virtual check-ins with homerooms (SEL) using polls, questions, etc
Nan Cohen
43:30
Use calendly.com (free to set up 1 meeting type) so students can schedule 15 min conferences in Zoom room
Craig Floyd
43:31
Allschool meetings, advisory
Diane Godlewski
43:32
meeting with advisory groups
Alyssa Belcher
43:32
Start to class the same everytime. "Hey guys, how's it going, what's new?"
Michelle Giacotto
43:33
Morning Meeting & Closing Reflection
Judy Watts
43:36
I always put a "word of the day" on the whiteboard, so now I put it up everyday as an announcement in Classroom.
Alyssa Belcher
43:36
Weekly advisor lunches
Ilene Silk
43:37
We have a Monday Morning Meeting whole school and we kept those going online
Donald Cramp
43:38
TEAMS Assembly where everyone can see 3-4 people giving announceents
Phil Gutierrez
43:40
Sharing gratitudes at weekly staff meetings.
Diane Godlewski
43:40
pep assemblies
Lisa Hinshelwood
43:42
Appreciation circles
Paul Hagen
43:44
student socials, activities, etc.
Hannah Biagi
43:47
Check in every Monday and Friday What did you do? What are your plans?
Diane Godlewski
43:49
Students getting together at lunch
Kate Conway
43:58
Dana - we have tried to make it consistent on schedule so that is all they get. So far they like it.
Kerstin Helbing
43:59
Polls once a week
Ilene Silk
44:00
Birthday circles on zoom
Hannah Biagi
44:02
Circles
casey sasner
44:06
Normalizing their experience with questions about their reality— what’s hard? What are you worried about ?
Pauline Fleming
44:14
We are returning from Spring Break next week, one way we shall continue our storytime ritual is for each teacher to record a story time for our little ones to access.
Dana Goldberg Ganes
44:19
Thanks!
Kate Conway
44:27
We have “wellness” every morning for 10 min in regular school, and have kept that - teachers do it on Zoom
Kris Posavec
44:31
Daily check-in with a quick video to even just say hi, so kids can see teachers faces and stay connected
Julie Jacoby
44:33
Talking about what games they are playing. Sharing suggestions to deal with boredom. Encouraging them to give me ideas to have fun
Lisa Hinshelwood
44:37
Our Kindergarten teachers read mindfully me with kids on zoom
Christie McMahon
44:38
I have heard of 4 corners but haven't used it yet
Lisa Hinshelwood
44:39
Worked great
casey sasner
44:42
I’m providing mindful minutes recorded
Lisa Hinshelwood
44:44
We do a breathing ball
Megan Walton
44:45
all school assemblies, Human Development classes by grade level
Christina Pak
44:52
PE teachers are doing mindfulness routines at the beginning of class
Lisa Hinshelwood
44:59
We use a chime for a short meditation
Cora Ross
45:05
Share out 1-3 things to be grateful for before class begins. Gratitude
Diane Godlewski
45:08
youtube video
Ilene Silk
45:10
Our counselor leads the school in mediations and deep breathing practice
Connie Mohandesi
45:19
seesaw
Tiffany Kelley
45:21
Our students have access to the Calm app
MIRIAM SINGER
45:22
Record flipgrid videos
Phillip Dukes
45:28
Daily yoga videos
Maggie Lettire
45:28
We start the day with Daily Prayer, then do morning announcements, and then have a daily sending that inspires students to go out and do something with their day.
Stephen McGill
45:30
Flipgrid
Karen Wise
45:30
Great meditation apps: insight timer
PATRICIA MARTIN
45:34
We are using Calm and Head Space
Michelle Ciecek
45:35
Flipgrid - each student share a method for mindfulness
Sheila Blanchfield
45:38
prerecorded posted on website, youtube, in email
Lisa Hinshelwood
45:39
Keeping gratitude journals
Tiffany Kelley
45:41
Headspace
Lisa Hinshelwood
45:48
Yes headspace and other great apps
Marcos Gonzales
45:52
I have been using Pear Deck…and the rituals and order of my day still followed at Student-Paced
Tony Oldani
45:52
We have teachers using flipgrid and goole form feedback platforms and daily prayers
Ilene Silk
45:54
Writing handwritten snail mail letters to each other
Sara Leone
46:01
Meditation apps, journaling
Megan Walton
46:09
meditation exercises for asynchronous meetings
casey sasner
46:11
But mindfulness practice MUST include permissions and choices!!! Very important for trauma concerns and intense emotions!!
Hannah Biagi
46:15
Asking a Classroom question in Google Classroom where students can respond to eachother
Lisa Hinshelwood
46:28
Yes the can do ones they have learned like a one minute breathing exercise
Diane Godlewski
46:41
Phone calls or texting? Remind.com
Kristy Blackburn
46:51
maybe using Remind?
Paula Fuhr
46:54
Ask students to share a list of songs that make them feel calm and ask another student to try that song. What is their experience?
Cora Ross
47:01
Playlists
sarah miles
47:05
:)
casey sasner
47:07
Provide skills to parents
Michelle Ciecek
47:14
asking students to take time to sit outside, take in the nature around them, journal a checkin after
BETH MUMPER
47:42
Many internet providers are offering free service during this time to families who may not be able to afford.
Christie McMahon
47:50
One word whips and 'share and tell'
sarah miles
48:37
Great ideas and suggestions!
Jon Kleiman
49:18
Yes, slides will be shared
sarah miles
49:19
Yes, slides, chat, and a recording will be shared
Kari Riedel
49:23
We will collect these great ideas shared in the chat and share with everyone.
sarah miles
49:39
Using google doc
casey sasner
49:56
Tremendous loss for students
Lisa Hinshelwood
49:57
Absolutely. The friend loss is the biggest thing kids are reporting
sarah miles
50:46
I will check with Chris on other tech for progressive story to make sure
Jon Kleiman
50:51
I Wish Campaign - Student’s complete the phrase, “I wish my teachers knew,” or “I wish my parents knew"
Kris Posavec
50:55
Loss and kids trying to truly understand what is going on with out being filled with anxiety
Kris Posavec
51:32
Yes!
PATRICIA MARTIN
51:39
Also loss of rituals and the possibility of the loss of end of the year and end of high school celebrations
BETH MUMPER
51:44
We created a Goole form for students to request to speak to our Wellness Center therapist.
Paul Hagen
52:16
We've done school wide scavenger hunts (this gets students off their screens too). We also held a virtual talent show--super cool. We've had adult virtual happy hours. We continue to connect via advisories and individual student check ins. We're holding a school wide "Gratitude Rally" tomorrow (just before we go to spring break). Each week we do some community challenges/competitions (we did a breakfast challenge, a step challenge, etc.).
Kari Riedel
52:22
Webinar is planned to be 1 hour.
Paul Hagen
53:00
Virtual spirit week
sarah miles
53:28
A practice Chris will be mentioning soon - ahead of the game!
Julia Coley
53:33
We also have our counselors available for zoom or phone and during spring break will be offering drop in sessions to take about topics of interest. We are also reaching out directly to students who have not been checking in.
Jon Kleiman
53:50
How can I Wish be shared anonymously? Great question! What do you all think? What comes to mind for me is that you could create a google form? You could have one person collect answers and then share back out
Paul Hagen
54:10
We've created a Student Well-Being Email with tips for kids dealing with eye strain, exercise recommendations, opportunities for kids to get outside, "counselors corner", etc.
Tracey Schmidt
54:43
Paul - Thank you for the ideas. Would you mind sharing more about gratitude rally?
sarah miles
54:52
Yes, I think there are some practices that help with this such as using a passcode, and not sharing the link beyond the grooup
casey sasner
55:02
we’re opening virtual wellness center hours - zoom, facilitated, and with programming
sarah miles
55:38
And I think many folks continue to change the zoom link each time with new passcodes each time. Which is a pain but protects using it for other purposes
casey sasner
55:42
What’s a good platform for compliment board?
Yvonne Milham
55:47
Casey - Let’s connect! We are working on this as well.
casey sasner
56:03
yes, Yvonne!
Kari Riedel
56:06
Compliment board with tech: Padlet, Google Forms, EdPuzzle.
Kari Riedel
56:24
Compliment Board without tech: Have students write notes and mail them to fellow students.
casey sasner
56:35
Thank you for those!
Kari Riedel
56:50
Very organized cupboard!
Kate Conway
56:51
Casey, can you share more?
Paul Hagen
56:52
We've created a Teams Live event for the Gratitude Rally and several student leaders have put together content that they will share with the whole community (thanking teachers, staff, parents, peers). It's going to be pretty short (something like 20 minutes), but will highlight all the things we are thankful for as a community and will encourage folks to practice gratitude.
Christie McMahon
56:57
My school is offering synchronous yoga classes for faculty which works for community and self-care
casey sasner
57:10
yes, Kate!
sarah miles
57:11
Ah, I understand your question now. Yes, I think a concern for sure. I will touch base with chris on this and get back to you or reach out to us
Jennifer Villeneuve
57:12
Nice cupboard! :)
Tracey Schmidt
57:20
Paul thank you, such a great idea
Paul Hagen
57:24
Counselors have also started a Student Wellness Instagram account
Lisa Hinshelwood
57:28
I love all these idea
BETH MUMPER
57:33
There is a free website that is HIPPA approved for video conferencing with therapists/students called DOXY
Catherine Arnold
57:50
I had thought of doing a walk through of my ground floor at home because I know students would be fascinated…
casey sasner
57:53
Paul, see @acalaneswellness you are welcome to our ideas!
Melissa Gillespie
58:05
Our district is having weekly staff wellness, Zoom led in the afternoon (meditation, breathing, art journaling, yoga) and links to show activities in the morning
Paul Hagen
58:08
Thanks!
sarah miles
58:15
Yes, sharing the chat afterwards for sure.
Kari Riedel
58:16
Yes - we will share ideas from Chat.
Kris Posavec
58:20
That is awesome! Maybe even ask students if they have any similar things in their cabinet and brainstorm what you could make/bake “together”.
Jon Kleiman
58:43
Such an important point, Kathryn
casey sasner
59:09
Hipaa removed restrictions on platforms so zoom works
Jon Kleiman
59:10
i think that is absolutely a lens that’s critical when shopping these ideas.
sarah miles
59:41
Agree about differences in comfort sharing their spaces. Could be broader request to share favorite item in the house and not a room or place.
Paul Hagen
59:43
We are trying to encourage students to get outside for scavenger hunts.
Paul Hagen
01:00:41
Netflix Party is a Chrome add-on that can host a "movie party". There's a question of equity (i.e. if someone doesn't have access to Netflix), but it's still kind of a cool idea.
sarah miles
01:01:00
Yes, smiles@challengesuccess.org
sarah miles
01:01:10
And cstapel@challengesuccess.org
sarah miles
01:01:14
Does that work?
Marcia Colant
01:01:31
We have maintained GSA and it has been a huge success and comfort for our students
Molly Barrett
01:01:33
Our librarian is doing a book March Madness bracket and is hosting book clubs for all levels (we’re a K-12 school)
Paul Hagen
01:01:52
We have time mid-day for clubs and we continue during remote learning (although some clubs have folded)
Kari Riedel
01:02:00
The recording will be shared later today.
Kari Riedel
01:02:12
The recording and slides will be shared later today.
Daisy Perez
01:02:12
I’m hosting a lunch group with some of our lower school students
sarah miles
01:03:08
Great idea, yes!
sarah miles
01:05:04
Well, you definitely need to connect with Chris later then!
sarah miles
01:05:34
:)
Diane Godlewski
01:06:03
e-sports?
sarah miles
01:06:13
https://onlinehighschool.stanford.edu/essentials-student-support-services
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:06:22
K class has hat Friday zoom
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:06:28
Prekindergarten has Tuesday teas
Christie McMahon
01:06:30
Our school is having a cute pet in costume pic contest
Molly Barrett
01:06:39
An admin made a list of all students with March & April birthdays so we can all recognize them still - the students I’ve reached out to have been so appreciative that their birthday is being recognized (still)!
Craig Floyd
01:06:40
Idea: have students or faculty do DIY shows; cooking, sewing, art lessons
Kathy Brophy
01:06:44
share a pic of your pet
Diane Godlewski
01:06:46
Meet my pet sessions
casey sasner
01:06:53
love, love, love the costume party idea— obvious idea: pj’s!
Christine macinnis
01:06:57
teacher car parade through the neighborhood
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:06:57
Birthdays - kids bring an adjective to describe their friend;
Kari Riedel
01:07:00
Love teachers sharing their outside interests with students. DYI style.
Christie McMahon
01:07:18
Already mentioned, but sharing a video created by middle school student council
Christine macinnis
01:07:25
Offering group counseling with groups of friends
sarah miles
01:07:27
SO SO true
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:07:33
We normally have a first grade sleepover and a stuffy circle share - we can do that on Zoom
Jay Greenlinger
01:07:35
Dont forget, staff have these same needs!
Diane Godlewski
01:07:40
I'm going to take them for a walk at our State Park on Lake Michigan and encourage them to share their outdoor experiences
Jay Greenlinger
01:07:40
Principal read-aloud recordings
Paul Hagen
01:07:42
One of the things we are working really hard on now is supporting faculty, many of whom has young children at home. We are doing lots of optional faculty social events, but are also working to provide resources for their home life, emotional wellbeing, etc. We have provided memberships, subscriptions, etc. to educational resources, magazines, online learning platforms, etc. so faculty have something for their kids. We are also offering tips for staying active and emotionally healthy during this time.
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:07:51
Agreed! Staff happy hour this week after our faculty meeting - wear a fun hat
casey sasner
01:07:57
Yes, jay!!! Teachers need care as well!
Kari Riedel
01:08:13
Thank you for the ideas to support teachers and their well-being.
casey sasner
01:08:13
and Paul! Thank you both
Jon Kleiman
01:08:35
Absolutely agree about teacher self-care, as well as parent self-care. I think the “put the oxygen mask on yourself first” adage applies here
Kari Riedel
01:09:00
Reverse office hours - every student gets 30 minutes set aside and their teachers can drop in on them.
casey sasner
01:09:10
What’s an online thing that’s just for fun for faculty?
Emily Dutton
01:09:28
Are schools changing/modifying their academic schedule(s) to better accommodate for community spaces?
sarah miles
01:09:32
What a great takeaway!
Heidi Pauer
01:09:35
Taking a walk outside
Cora Ross
01:09:36
Yoga, online workouts, walks, tennis
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:09:39
Walks every day at 4 p.m.
Kari Riedel
01:09:41
I saw several schools host virtual happy hours for faculty and parents.
Kerstin Helbing
01:09:42
Playing my instrument
Paul Hagen
01:09:43
I don't have a commute!
Craig Floyd
01:09:43
Regular walks/exercse
Megan Hogan-Stedman
01:09:43
One of my coworkers hosts trivia on Zoom (using Kahoot) at lunch once a week for teachers. A great way to connect.
Maggie Lettire
01:09:44
We made a faculty/staff only announcement parody video
Mary Bashir
01:09:44
Actually having time to cook :)
Heidi Pauer
01:09:45
family dinner
Cora Ross
01:09:46
a routine schedule
Diane Godlewski
01:09:47
daily exercise and yoga
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:09:47
Doing jigsaw puzzles,
Christine macinnis
01:09:48
creating projects that bring me a smile
Kathy Brophy
01:09:49
virtual dance class/lesson
Jay Greenlinger
01:09:50
go outside every two hours- put it on your calendar!!
Cora Ross
01:09:52
longer showers/baths
Marie Durquet
01:09:54
online yoga streaming. Calling friends
Cora Ross
01:09:54
skin care
Tom Beach
01:09:56
Friday morning coffee social---
Phyllis Morrison
01:09:59
I walk every day!
Tony Oldani
01:10:00
Yoga, bike rides, hikes, family time.
casey sasner
01:10:01
sorry, but happy hour is filling cups while draining them haha
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:10:02
Dancing on Wii with my adult children
Kirsty Lim
01:10:03
Taking my dog to the dog park every evening.
Jay Greenlinger
01:10:03
Walking with my dog more and more each day. Up to 3 miles and adding!
Nell Branco
01:10:04
Running, connecting with colleagues, drinking lots of tea :)
Lisa Saunders
01:10:05
Calm has a page of free resources on their website-meditations, stories, music, etc.
Hannah Biagi
01:10:06
Facetime, walking my dog, working out, lots of good online workouts/yoga!
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:10:06
Good dinners together
Diane Godlewski
01:10:10
Zoom sessions with friends and family
Paul Hagen
01:10:12
Sleep in a little later, walks in the afternoon, wine in the evening...
Tiffany Kelley
01:10:13
We have a designated Google Meet for teachers to drop in, just like they would drop into the Teacher's lounge
Kristy Blackburn
01:10:13
reading for fun, and cooking
Michelle Ciecek
01:10:14
Taikwando Zoom class alongside my own child in the afternoons & family game nights
Catherine Arnold
01:10:16
FT with friends and family
Cora Ross
01:10:16
making sure to keep your routine, waking up at a reasonable time, getting dressed (out of PJs)
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:10:19
Walks with friends distancing
Christie McMahon
01:10:22
Walking a lot and virtual happy hour after school
Lisa Saunders
01:10:24
Definitely getting outside for some fresh air and sunshine
Cora Ross
01:10:25
speaking regularly to friends and family
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:10:27
Yes, we are on our computers way more now!
LeRhonda Greats
01:10:28
walk outside at least one hour
Diane Godlewski
01:10:31
Daily walks
Christie McMahon
01:10:32
Starting the day with journaling and reading
Cora Ross
01:10:34
having more “face” time with phone converstaions
Sheila Blanchfield
01:10:37
calling each of my counselors to see how they are, doing yoga, listening to music, looking through old pictures, taking walks, staying connected to my department through zoom meets, text group chats.
Paula Fuhr
01:10:39
Getting enough sleep…it’s the first time in years! Also getting outside when possible
Kathy Brophy
01:10:42
family book orders/reads
Cora Ross
01:10:44
commiserating in this experience with others regularly
Cora Ross
01:10:54
ZOOM happy hour
Michelle Ciecek
01:11:03
Home cooked meals, family around the dinner table, bike rides as a family
Cora Ross
01:11:04
bike rides
Paul Hagen
01:11:09
We provide mindfulness and yoga each day for faculty
casey sasner
01:11:15
Yes, Cora!
Connie Mohandesi
01:11:38
My school just sent every employee a postdates gift card.
Jay Greenlinger
01:11:44
This is making me realize what a roller-coaster our lives were and I hope we learn some lessons and when this is over we don’t all go back to the craziness!
Tom Beach
01:11:47
yoga and workout buddies from our trainers
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:11:48
I also get up and shower and get dressed like I am going to work even if I dress a bit more casually
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:12:04
Agree with Jay!
BETH MUMPER
01:12:10
So true, Jay!
Pauline Fleming
01:12:13
Facetiming with my family, walking my dog, cooking
sarah miles
01:12:18
Totally - roller coaster!
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:12:18
Things feel like I have a little more time for self care right now. I don’t want to go back to the crazy
Housley Housley
01:12:30
Being open to what the day looks like like trying a new thing when it comes. Enjoying the outdoors more has been encouraging!
Kathy Brophy
01:12:36
what about a way for people on this chat to share their information so that we can maybe reach out and practice some of these ideas…..I’m thinking more about the virtual stuff, especially for those of us that have never done it and might have to?
Jon Kleiman
01:13:03
We talk at Challenge Success about the importance of Playtime, Downtime, Family Time. We all need these every day, especially now
casey sasner
01:13:06
tremendous opportunity for schools to set an intention— how do we want to come out of this? Who do we want to have been? Can we be kinder and more resilient ?
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:13:16
Yes, Body, Brain, Happiness as a balance
Janet Maurer
01:13:19
Will we have each others' contact info to keep the conversation going?
Ann Tolley Jones
01:13:22
It would be helpful to have some talking points for parents about all of this
Kari Riedel
01:13:45
We will share talking points and ideas for parents from Denise Pope.
Ann Tolley Jones
01:13:57
THANK YOU! :)
Heather Bojorquez
01:13:57
Thanks for the parent info coming!
Donald Cramp
01:14:06
field trip was AWESOME idea
Kathy Koo
01:14:07
Less is more can apply to parents as well
sarah miles
01:14:11
Nice!
Kari Riedel
01:14:13
Thank you, Cathy, for sharing that important insight.
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:14:24
More ideas for the community ritual events that the kids might be missing out on - got lots of ideas for that
Michelle Ciecek
01:14:27
New ideas to suggest to teachers and sites around creating community connections during this time
Craig Floyd
01:14:29
Thank you for this informative webinar.
robin frank
01:14:29
All of this, so incredibly helpful and the less is more and gratitude amazing
Daisy Perez
01:14:30
I loved the idea of online compliment boards for faculty and staff
Diane Burbank
01:14:37
I’ll use the ideas to keep clubs going virtually and to let students process via the I WISH prompt.
Kylie Cobb
01:14:38
Thank you for doing this webinar!
Cora Ross
01:14:40
Some of the great ideas on how to connect online - Wellness Room Chats, Compliments Board
Paul Hagen
01:14:40
This is great, folks! Thank you. I've got to run to another meeting, but I appreciate the discussion here. I'm always available if folks want to connect (phagen@eastsideprep.org or linkedin). Stay healthy!
Judy Watts
01:14:41
Less is more.....I tend to forget that in an attempt to provide "meaningful lessons."
Christine macinnis
01:14:44
ALL OF IT! I am not creative so that really helps
Diane Godlewski
01:14:45
We have advisory groups, but haven't discussed how we could use them to help connect with students.
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:14:47
Very helpful and even if we know a lot of this it helps to hear it again and again in a supportive atmosphere
Megan Hogan-Stedman
01:14:47
reaching out to my homeBASE (advisory) each morning to reestablish the in-school routine
Donald Cramp
01:14:48
yes, compliment board is awesome too!
monique johnson
01:14:51
will the chat responses be available after the webinar
Kathy Brophy
01:14:53
Its not about the content of our discipline, its about letting them know we are here for them
Tony Oldani
01:14:54
Thank you so much for all of the ideas.
WIlly Haug
01:14:57
All the great community connection ideas!
Cathy Shelburne
01:14:57
This was very helpful. Thanks for the learning opportunity.
Dawn Garrison
01:15:01
compliment boards, esblishing rituals
Christie McMahon
01:15:05
Thank you for teaching and hosting!
Kate Conway
01:15:17
Thank you all - so many great ideas!!
Maureen Kintzer
01:15:24
compliment board!!! YES!
Lynn Sanborne
01:15:24
Thanks so much. Learned a lot from presenter and the attendees!
Phil Gutierrez
01:15:28
Thank you! Good luck to everyone as we make it through this time.
Heather Bojorquez
01:15:29
Virtual Spirit Week!
Kate Conway
01:15:37
Compliment board!
Lydia Walden
01:15:45
Love the spirit week
Daniel Bradesca
01:15:45
Teacher compliment board--going to try this
Christina Reilly
01:15:45
Thank you all the great community ideas, our music teacher
Nell Branco
01:15:55
So many great ideas- will definitely be sharing!
Kari Riedel
01:15:55
Share one idea with a colleague.
BETH MUMPER
01:16:09
Thank you for this opportunity to share and learn from each other. So grateful for this community!
Anna Lazzarini
01:16:20
Keeping the relationship, connections as the priority and less is more in terms of content
sarah miles
01:16:21
And us, you!
Hannah Biagi
01:16:21
Meeting with my team at 1pm. Friday Fieldtrips or Fun days, THANK YOU!
Anna Lazzarini
01:16:42
Love the Zoom Staff Happy Hour idea
Yvonne Milham
01:16:44
Thank you so much! Lots of great ideas today! Inspiring what everyone is doing in this new time..
Tony Oldani
01:16:51
We’ve created a website just for our Student Activities and Faith and Justice office to post online activities for students. Games, polls, prayers, competitions, performances. updated weekly with student driven content.
Elizabeth Kelly
01:16:56
Thank you so much for the informative ideas!
Kathie Laurence
01:17:13
Thank you do much for the ideas as we move forward in our new way of being!
Diane Burbank
01:17:17
Costume party zoom grid - great idea!
casey sasner
01:17:23
So much gratitude for Chris and all the incredible ideas for this chat group!!
Heidi Pauer
01:17:32
This has been a great resource! Thanks so much for hosting. Stay healthy!!
Carrie Green
01:17:38
This was excellent!!! Thank you all
Erin Adams
01:17:42
Thank you so much!
sarah miles
01:17:47
Hi!!!!
Tony Oldani
01:17:47
www.brophyprep.org/stampede
sarah miles
01:17:53
So happy you are here!
Susan Shultz
01:18:06
So helpful and so many great ideas! Thank you!
Angela Siso Stentz
01:18:18
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
sarah miles
01:18:34
We will share doc of the chat, a recording, and slides
Kathy Brophy
01:18:44
Thank you :)
Kirsty Lim
01:18:50
Thank you very much for teaching and sharing!
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:18:53
Thank you!
Phyllis Morrison
01:18:56
Thank you!
sarah miles
01:18:58
Thank you and we will connect soon
Kirsty Lim
01:19:14
Thank you, thank you!!!!
Lisa Hinshelwood
01:19:17
So soothing. Appreciate it
Anna Lazzarini
01:19:23
Thank you -
robin frank
01:19:23
Wow, thank you best remote PD I have been a part of
Kathy Laughlin
01:19:23
Thank you!!! Really appreciate it
Janet Maurer
01:19:24
Thanks everyone for the great ideas. Stay well!
Maggie Lettire
01:19:24
I needed this!
Diane Godlewski
01:19:24
Thanks so much!!!
Molly Barrett
01:19:25
Thank you!
Tiffany Kelley
01:19:26
thank you!
LeRhonda Greats
01:19:26
Thank you so much. I look forward to having the chat too
Dana Goldberg Ganes
01:19:26
Thanks!
Maureen Kintzer
01:19:27
Thanks
Housley Housley
01:19:27
Thank you so much for this opportunity and connection!
Kerstin Helbing
01:19:29
Thanks. :-)
Ilene Silk
01:19:29
Thank you!! Much appreciate new info and reminders.
PATRICIA MARTIN
01:19:32
Thank you!
Kris Posavec
01:19:32
So great thank you!
sarah hultman-alpert
01:19:36
thank you!!!!
Hyangmee Oh
01:19:38
Thank you so much for doing this!
Michelle Giacotto
01:19:38
Thank you, so many helpful ideas!
PATRICIA MARTIN
01:19:39
Stay Healthy!
Phyllis Morrison
01:19:39
Thanks Chris!
Kari Riedel
01:19:45
Thanks everyone!
Jyoti Sicina
01:19:45
Love the hive mind- thank you for this!
Pauline Fleming
01:19:45
Thank you!
Kathy Koo
01:19:51
Awesome Chris, thank you!
Ed Marquez
01:19:51
TY so much for unretiring to do this!
sarah miles
01:19:51
Thank you everyone!
Stephen McGill
01:19:53
Thank you!
Michelle Ciecek
01:19:59
Thank you!
Jennifer Villeneuve
01:20:07
Great job, Chris and team!
Lilian Pérez Rezazadeh
01:20:18
Gracias