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Teacher Tip Tuesday: Family Science at the Dinner Table, 6/2/2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Alia Brinkman
56:09
Hello from Arizona
Babita Sharma
56:39
Hello from INDIA
Ibidun Osundare
57:10
Arlington VA
Kennedy Genon
57:28
Hello from the Philippines!
Pam Angell
58:51
b
Roy Biñas Basa
59:08
C
csmith
59:09
D
Marlee
59:10
I work with teachers who work with students. I am retired from the classroom
Anne Lowry
59:31
elementary including preK
Randie Johnson
59:34
B
Terry Contant
59:45
D
savitha
59:46
Aloha from Hawaii
Innes Borstel
59:47
actually teach preschool
Megan Elmore
59:51
B (and E)
Katherine Prammer
59:56
D
Alia Brinkman
01:00:14
E. Now that my scholar is home
Terry Contant
01:00:22
d
savitha
01:00:31
Elementary A.
Kate Soriano
01:01:32
NSTA Learning Center Forumhttp://learningcenter.nsta.org/discuss
Heather Ross
01:02:29
Super75@
Kate Soriano
01:04:50
Daily Dohttps://www.nsta.org/daily-do
iPhone
01:06:22
points for sure
Kate Soriano
01:08:00
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savitha
01:12:51
Why and How should be encouraged in the classrooms?
Kate Soriano
01:14:52
Savitha - are you asking a question? or is it an accidental question mark? :)
savitha
01:15:57
Just responding: the words Why and How - students should be encouraged to use them often
savitha
01:17:09
Since we encourage student voices - asking questions is a way to enhance student curiosity and engagement
Kate Soriano
01:20:11
Yes! We really want to students to ask the questions. Thanks, Savitha
savitha
01:26:21
Tied in with mathematical practices
savitha
01:27:37
CS concepts ties with ELA-Math-NGSS practices
Adam T
01:30:05
are there any full class videos of this in action?
Mike Fumagalli
01:30:11
YES! The practices are the vehicle for authentic engagement that results in meaningful learning experiences and, subsequently, transfer to other situations, circumstances and systems.
NW Teacher
01:30:52
I am wondering about word walls based on this slide.
Anne Lowry
01:31:22
If the students create the word walls....
NW Teacher
01:31:32
That's a great idea!
Kate Soriano
01:32:17
Would you play it one more time?
Alia Brinkman
01:32:33
Scholars will still need to engage in formal discussions with academic vocabulary…you can just introduce the words more organically while discussing the phenomena.
rcatalano
01:32:36
Testable theory...
Anne Lowry
01:32:55
which helps determine testable questions
Esther
01:34:44
Middle
Albert David Valderrama
01:34:47
middle
iPhone
01:34:49
middle
Jean
01:34:52
middle
Ryan L. Phillips
01:34:53
middle to end
Jenny Green
01:34:54
middle to end
Karren McIntire
01:34:54
Middle
Pragya
01:34:55
middle
rcatalano
01:34:57
middle. She has a theory that could be testable
Mary Ann Ganzon
01:34:57
middle
Tan Kok Siang
01:34:58
middle
Abigail C.
01:35:01
middle
Ann_Barany
01:35:02
middle
Anne Lowry
01:35:02
middle
Terry Contant
01:35:05
middle
Babita Sharma
01:35:06
middle
Innes Borstel
01:35:09
clearly has the notion that the cut surfaces are interacting with the air
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:35:23
Middle
Comfort ekaette
01:36:16
middle
Jezza Garcia
01:36:54
middle
Tarun Choubisa
01:45:01
Can you please the link of the ppt again? Thanks
Kate Soriano
01:45:22
Here’s the link to tonight’s collection of resources. You might have to copy and paste the link in your browserhttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=zd0Okhr/A6o_E
Kate Soriano
01:45:35
Please post your questions in the chat window!
Robin DiMaggio
01:45:43
How do you suggest having kindergartners find the answers to questions?
Comfort ekaette
01:45:45
questions please?
savitha
01:45:47
Its all about rigor of questioning and how we promote student questioning and critical thinking
Trish Shelton
01:46:03
How would you use these Daily Dos in remote learning?
Comfort ekaette
01:46:25
Thanks
Tan Kok Siang
01:46:25
How do we deal with students who ask questions that are simple (or sometimes considered obvious) in class? Reason is that teachers often pick on "good" questions to discuss. will such students be left feeling inadequate?
savitha
01:46:34
This webinar is useful for remote teaching during summer school
Trish Shelton
01:46:47
What was the BEST moment in doing the DTDs with your family?
Katherine Prammer
01:47:15
How do you use formative assessment probes and the summative assessment in this approach
Karren McIntire
01:47:24
Has anyone had gifted students spoil the explanation for students beginning to explore the topic? Any advice?
Robin DiMaggio
01:47:41
Are there any ways the kindergartners could do this more independently
Ryan L. Phillips
01:47:50
What methods are effective in encouraging Middle school families to start doing these dos/discussions at home?
Gina Baysal
01:48:47
I’m a culinary teacher looking to incorporate more science into my foods lessons at the middle school level. What other concepts do you suggest I bring into my classroom to drive student questioning and curiosity? I’ve done leavening agents as well as using salt to make ice cream from milk. Looking for more fun concepts such as these. Thank you!
savitha
01:48:53
Its important to scaffold students with question frames and then lead them to the next level
Angel
01:49:51
How can we handle students who just wanted to ask questions all the time? (at home also) I mean just asking and asking that you didn't know if he/she really understands your answer?
Alia Brinkman
01:50:12
Gina: culinary chemistry by Meghan knapp
benjie gok-ong
01:50:23
How can we integrate research safely(kids look for answer) into these questions discussed at home?
savitha
01:50:30
Exactly categorizing questions helps in understanding the rigor
jdoyle
01:51:13
Angel, those are my favorite students because they are so curious! You do need to know when it's time to move forward and stop them, but show them that you love their curiosity and encourage them to continue it.
Gina Baysal
01:51:27
Thanks Alia!
Alia Brinkman
01:51:29
Gina: I have used fermentation and growing a kitchen garden using hydro and aquaponics.
Tarun Choubisa
01:51:36
Can all the closed ended questions be converted to open-ended? If yes, can you please convert “Is it colgate?” to an open ended question? If no, then which are the questions which can not be converted to open-ended questions? And, why not?
Angel
01:52:50
Thanks, what if the curiousity of him/her distract others from the class?
Terry Contant
01:53:17
at my house (or in my classroom) rather than answering the question I will say”I don’t know, how could we find out?”
Kristin Rademaker
01:53:20
How could we figure out if it is colgate?..Maybe?
Alia Brinkman
01:53:29
I agree with Megan. I had amazing strides with my ELL students after doing openscied science for one year.
Adam T
01:53:59
if you have full classroom videos of these methods in action, that would be great!
jdoyle
01:54:19
Karen, I like to pair more gifted students with lower level students so they can help explain these concepts to them. Giving them probing questions to guide small group discussion has been helpful in my classroom.
Megan Elmore
01:54:34
I agree Terry - the more I say "I don't know" the more the kids want to figure it out.
savitha
01:54:35
Presenters - thank you so much for sharing valuable info as well as your time. The webinar truly help us to reflect on questioning strategies.
Tarun Choubisa
01:54:37
@Kristin Thanks Do you think all questions can be converted to open ended question?
rcatalano
01:55:11
There is a danger of pairing the low students with the gifted. The lower students get used to just waiting the gifted to explain instead of questioning and trying to find out themselves.
Jean
01:55:14
Thank you so much!
savitha
01:55:29
@Tarun Open ended is how you expect the student to answer.. Is it a simple yes/no question or do you want them to talk something more
Innes Borstel
01:55:30
thanks,guys!
Kate Soriano
01:55:31
Here’s the link to tonight’s collection of resources. You might have to copy and paste the link in your browserhttps://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=zd0Okhr/A6o_E
Jezza Garcia
01:55:42
Thank you so much
Roy Biñas Basa
01:55:45
Thank you so much.
benjie gok-ong
01:55:46
Thank you
Babita Sharma
01:55:50
thank you
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:55:54
This is a awesome resource to have in my library for future use!
jdoyle
01:55:54
Angel, that's when it's time to let that student know we have to move on even though they're curious. I can usually say something like, We'll get into that next week."
Tan Kok Siang
01:55:55
Thank you very much panel and NSTA. Great and meaning ful webinar. Take good care!
Anne Lowry
01:55:59
Thank you all!!
Katherine Prammer
01:56:02
Thank you
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:56:03
Thank You
Albert David Valderrama
01:56:03
Thank you very much!
Kate Soriano
01:56:05
Join us for a web seminar!https://learningcenter.nsta.org/webseminars
Isidro Jr
01:56:06
Thank you all!
Mike Fumagalli
01:56:07
Thank you for joining us! We will be sticking around for a while for further questions/discussion if you have more!
Mary Ann Ganzon
01:56:17
thank u very much...
Kate Soriano
01:56:22
Daily Dohttps://www.nsta.org/daily-do
Comfort ekaette
01:56:27
Thank you
Angel
01:56:31
Thankyouuuuu and God bless
Shannon Brehmer
01:56:37
Thank you all!
Mike Fumagalli
01:56:47
Thank you especially to our colleagues in Singapore and the Philippines joining us this evening!
Kate Soriano
01:56:49
Virtual Workshop - Assessing Three-Dimensional Learninghttps://my.nsta.org/event/nsta-virtual-workshop-assessing-three-dimensional-learning-july-23-24-2020
Kennedy Genon
01:56:56
Thank you, all!
Kristin Rademaker
01:57:12
Thank you everyone for joining us tonight! Love talking about 3D teaching and learning!
Kate Soriano
01:57:14
Topic Study for K-12 Science Teachers: Distance-Learning Strategies that Support Student Sensemakinghttps://my.nsta.org/event/nsta-web-seminar-series-topic-study-for-k12-science-teachers-distance-learning
Megan Elmore
01:57:28
@Gina - what about carbonation in soda? I'm thinking SodaStream.
lorraine
01:57:33
thank you