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From Chalkboard to 1:1: Seven Lessons Learned - Shared screen with speaker view
Janeth Velazco
28:43
Hello from Guyana, South America
Karen North
28:54
Beautiful day from Houston, TX.
Peggy George
30:57
greetings from Phoenix AZ
Sarah Weeks
31:05
I'm an other! Impact & Education Director at a small foundation that does grantmaking for schools. Former teacher and tech integration specialist :)
Gretchen Zaitzeff
31:13
School Librarina
Jasmine Poor
31:13
Virtual Field Trip Teacher at a local science center.
Kendra Michael
31:37
Higher Ed. I work along side our Teacher Certification dept. at UTSA
Gretchen Zaitzeff
31:46
Can you put the number in the chat?
Karen North
31:49
NCWIT aspiration.org Houston co-coordinator volunteer - Computer Science Education researcher and activist..
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
31:55
86 17 27 1
HelenaMarie Stevens
32:01
Sick
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
32:22
ever-changing might be the truest one in there!
HelenaMarie Stevens
32:44
Admins need to get it together!
Karen North
33:12
interesting changing
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
36:10
One note about the chat: be sure to change the dropdown from ALL PANELISTS to ALL PANELISTS AND ATTENDEES to make sure we're all part of the same conversation
Heidi Williams
43:19
Love it -creators of content rather than just consumers of content!
John Carver
44:38
Cyndy THANK YOU for sharing this information. How are you discerning the learning styles of your students and then differentiating instruction?
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
45:02
That's a great question, John. Will make sure we come back to it during Q&A!
John Carver
46:22
It seems like time is flexible, which is great and empowers students.
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
46:43
Group work across classes is such a cool idea
Deborah Kerby
46:48
I like the "blended learning" platform because it puts the responsibility on the student to access materials and complete classwork. No more, What did I miss?
John Carver
47:31
Are you the teacher still directing what is to be taught?
Wesley Fryer
48:34
During Spring remote learning we had some parents who still wanted extended, live ‘contact time’ each day with students and teachers. So I was required to teach all my elective classes ‘live’ and not require any ‘out of class work’ by students. Parent expectations and demands can have unexpected consequences on remote learning.
Mary Mehsikomer
48:41
Getting organized for college is so important! So many students go into an online college environment without this experience and it is difficult for them to adjust.
Leslie Rotondo
50:07
I am teaching a freshman seminar course this fall at a college; the students have had a tremendous spring experience graduating from high school virtually so they love any tips they can get to be successful in college
Leslie Rotondo
50:58
so important!
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
52:17
I had a teacher friend show me her bitmoji classroom the other day, and I hadn't seen it before but it was very cool!
Wesley Fryer
52:43
That is super awesome to be able to bring in remote guest speakers and presenters who normally wouldn’t be able to come to class in person!
John Carver
52:43
How are you connecting the strategies/practices/pedagogy to productivity/achievement? How are you applying lessons learned from business climate?
Wesley Fryer
54:54
Did your LMS (Moodle) help you follow up easily with students during remote learning who were missing assignments? We use Google Classroom and a separate student info system for grades… & it’s not simple/fast to email students / parents / advisor for grade follow up… Would love a faster way to do that.
Leslie Rotondo
56:02
In our LMS we can create/connect learning objectives to assignments; we also develop rubrics within the LMS to evaluate student work; there are also a data analytics tool to evaluate learners, teachers and the programs
Deborah Kerby
56:08
I used Moodle and found it very easy to organize material. Classroom is not a full LMS and doesn't have a lot of the features you find in Moodle.
Wesley Fryer
56:32
@Deborah yes I really hope we can adopt a ‘real’ / full-blown LMS soon…
Karen North
57:25
No worksheets a decade ago. Love it! I have been trying to get my grandchildren’s schools #GASS to eliminate these. Yet in their digital backpacks in the Spring they send math fact worksheets. How can we get worksheet eliminated in all classroom now?
Wesley Fryer
59:25
@Karen That’s all about helping both teachers & parents embrace non-traditional pedagogy… students collaborating, creating and making, showing what they know with media. Worksheets are familiar & ‘feel comfortable’ for many. Tech & learning coaching is essential to help teachers move forward with pedagogy.
Wesley Fryer
01:00:26
great quote from Cyndy “I didn’t care how they should me their learning” - Good example of giving students choices about how they demonstrate mastery, understanding & skills!
Karen North
01:00:50
@Wesley - not being a staff member have not been able to change the mindset. How do you help teachers and administrators who don’t want to be helped?
Heidi Williams
01:02:23
voice and choice :-)
Wesley Fryer
01:02:29
@Karen Shining the spotlight on students when they get really excited & passionate about a project & ‘non-traditional learning’ can help… Students who are ‘on fire’ with enthusiasm to share about their learning are hard to ignore. But the situation you describe IS very hard… Now so many feel overwhelmed too...
Heidi Williams
01:03:00
They are becoming computational thinkers!
Wesley Fryer
01:03:52
My 6th graders just finished a family oral history interview project - I LOVE these kinds of projects! https://mdtech.casady.org/lessons/family-oral-history-interview
Wesley Fryer
01:04:52
Cyndy is a fearless teacher & learner with technology :-)
Peggy George
01:05:02
Thank you Cyndy for so many helpful, practical tips! Fantastic webinar!
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
01:06:57
We'll also share the slides w/ the recording after the webinar!
Christine Fiorini
01:07:17
Thank you for all the resources and offers to support.
Katherine Prammer
01:07:25
Can you put teh links in teh chat
Peggy George
01:07:30
Thanks Lauren!
Heidi Williams
01:08:11
How do you ensure culturally responsive practices during virtual instruction?
Mary Mehsikomer
01:08:17
cyndy.harrison@sourcewelltech.org
HelenaMarie Stevens
01:08:25
Thank you
Kendra Michael
01:09:39
Thank you
Karen Grove
01:10:59
Thank you - so many good tips!
Karen North
01:12:08
Thank you for sharing - peer and self assessment sure made my life easy when I was in the classroom.
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
01:13:47
cyndy.harrison@sourcewelltech.org
Carolina Ramirez
01:14:28
Thank you!
Karen North
01:15:37
I like it! Twitter campaign on the way. You start and I will retweet @TedE4CS
Mary Smith
01:18:56
Thank you, Cyndy.
Katherine Prammer
01:19:06
Thank you.
Cyndy Harrison
01:19:16
https://wke.lt/w/s/zhwzQ9
Karen North
01:19:16
My 11th grade grandson is taking a course History through Film. Definitely sharing this webinar as it was amazing. Thank YOU!!
Heidi Williams
01:19:31
Thank you - awesome information!
Leslie Rotondo
01:19:31
Thank -you!
Paula Lindsay
01:19:34
Bravo!
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
01:19:38
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ExpertWebinars
Lauren Kocher | She/Her
01:20:06
https://iste.zoom.us/webinar/register/1216001849712/WN_qj9Va464TNirfvVNksKjKA
Jasmine Poor
01:20:08
Thank you!
Angela Brinker-Collins
01:20:16
thanks!