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Genius Hour Virtual Summit - Joy Kirr - Shared screen with speaker view
Cathy Robey
03:53
Hi Joy!!!
Wendy Myers
04:11
Hello! Wendy from Salisbury, NC 4th grade
Deanne Gruta
04:21
Hello from Abu Dhabi! :))
Constance Smith-Clemens
04:33
Hello! Connie from Akron, OH Library Media Specialist
Debra Groce
04:34
Debra from Sanford, NC
Cathy Robey
04:39
So glad to hear and see you in person my Twitter friend!
Mark Crow
04:46
Hello! Good afternoon from Hatboro-Horsham, PA, USA
Kimberly Belleisle
04:46
Hello! Kimberly near St Louis 6th grade math
Theresa Ducassoux
04:52
Hi Joy! Theresa from Northern Virginia
Zohreh Khoshnamak
04:52
Hi from Alexandria!! :)
Destiny Huggins
04:57
Destiny Huggins 6th Grade Science Katy, TX
Cathy Robey
04:58
Cathy from Iowa, K-8 STEM teacher
Anu Bhaskaruni
05:05
Good Afternoon from Toronto, Canada
Jessica McGinn
07:02
Jessica from Humble, TX
Constance Smith-Clemens
07:11
I love that you're a reader!
Kimberly Belleisle
07:48
Andi McNairs book is the easiest read of all the books about GH I've read.
Andi McNair
08:10
Please use #GHVS2020 and #geniushour to share your learning on social media!
Kimberly Belleisle
10:02
Shift This was the first of Dave's books I read that completely validated my "crazy ideas" as an efficient
Kimberly Belleisle
10:11
Educator.
Andi McNair
11:03
Nancy, everyone does it differently. Many of us allow our students to dictate the timeline and some have specific timelines in place for Genius Hour.
Andi McNair
14:04
YAY! My favorite resource of ALL TIME!
Cathy Robey
15:20
I love the Live Binder!!
Andi McNair
17:23
https://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=829279
Cathy Robey
22:53
Thanks for sharing examples
Constance Smith-Clemens
23:42
I get it...Some of us went rogue before "genius hour" was a thing and left the classroom after one too many struggling students and parent attacks. Some stay in education in a different capacity others leave the profession altogether.
Bridget Bryson
25:10
We are all struggling with that...
Andi McNair
25:29
I think so many are having that same struggle right now.
Andi McNair
26:18
https://imagination.org/our-projects/cardboard-challenge/
Crystaline Soriano
29:37
Finally in... Ms. Crystal from Abu dhabi
Kim Chutskoff
29:52
Was the ok to be bored not in live binder anymore?
Wendy Myers
30:29
What is the cardboard challenge you are referring to in October?
Andi McNair
30:54
https://imagination.org/our-projects/cardboard-challenge/
Kimberly Belleisle
31:53
https://youtu.be/faIFNkdq96U
Lindsey Bailey
32:13
Any ideas to motivate students to go deeper with their thinking? When we were in the classroom, I had some 3rd graders who wanted to finish in one day.
Kimberly Belleisle
32:33
https://youtu.be/IMboI4cOAuQ
Wendy Myers
34:23
How would you have 4th graders blog their work?
Cathy Robey
34:55
do you use the Shark Tank format when they present their ideas?
Andi McNair
35:04
I love kidblog.org. With younger students, I needed to be able to see outside comments before they saw them.
Cathy Robey
35:29
My 8th graders hated it....paper feedback sounds better!
Kimberly Belleisle
36:15
You work with Paul? Jealous! OLearn like a pirate author}
Andi McNair
39:39
Yes, I’ll share all that you send me in the follow up email.
Andi McNair
40:20
@JoyKirr
Kimberly Belleisle
40:22
Read Joy's book Shift This!
Andi McNair
40:37
tinyurl.com/GHLiveBinder
Bridget Bryson
40:42
Thanks Joy!
Amy McBeth
40:45
Thank you!
Kimberly Belleisle
40:46
Joy, are you ever going to relaunch and update your book?
Andi McNair
40:48
Just say BYE!!! LOL! We are so glad you were all here!
Elisha Barnett
40:51
Thank You!
Kim Chutskoff
40:53
Thanks!!!
Tammy Massman
40:54
Thank You
Karen MacAdam
40:57
thanks so much!!?
Kimberly Belleisle
40:59
☺️
Jen Bond
41:01
Thank you so much! Very inspiring and great resources!
Wendy Myers
41:02
Thank you!
Kimberly Belleisle
41:02
Ty
Mark Crow
41:02
Thank you very much!
Constance Smith-Clemens
41:06
Thank you!
Theresa Ducassoux
41:10
Thank you!
Debra Groce
41:11
Thank you!