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Why Equity Matters NOW! - Shared screen with speaker view
Thaddeus Garlatz
31:59
Bellingham, WA
Carla Jefferson
32:10
Hey y’all! This is my daughter! :-)
Sarah Weeks
32:16
@Katie - Yay another CO friend!
Nicol Howard
32:59
Hi Lara!!
Annette Zehler
33:06
Hello from Maryland!
Simon Helton - ISTE
33:07
Be sure and set your chat to all panelists AND attendees so that we’re all in the same conversation :)
Laura Smith
33:25
Hi! I'm in Maryland too :)
Christina Smith
33:29
Hello from Sacramento, CA!
Peggy George
34:09
fantastic panel!!! thank you all so much!!
lizzette ruiz
34:39
Hello everyone from New York
Carla Jefferson
35:01
Greeting everyone! So glad you could make it!
Simon Helton - ISTE
35:01
Hey Casita :)
Ken Shelton
35:12
Happy that all of you have taken the time to join us
Simon Helton - ISTE
35:22
And please do feel free to put questions in the chat and I’ll make sure our panelists see it
Suzanne D'Eon
35:25
Hello from Ottawa Canada
Ekaterina Budnik
35:29
Greetings from Moscow, Russia) Thank you for this highly important panel!
Wes Kriesel
35:34
Thank you everyone for joining!
Lara Kassab
35:36
thank you for this important webinar!
Lindsay Elliott
35:41
Hello from St. Louis!
Allison Burney
35:50
Hello from Rockwall, Texas!
Katie Muhtaris
35:52
Very excited to be here. This is a very important topic always, but especially now.
Peggy George
36:16
access and opportunity—so important and much more than devices!
DONNA Przeluski
36:58
The true focus is also based whether the individual has special needs and the best way to meet those needs
Ken Shelton
37:25
Yes we must ensure accessibility
Lara Kassab
37:41
changing pedagogy and mindsets is hard for all - teachers, parents, community
Valerie Lewis
37:42
That is true @Nicci
DONNA Przeluski
37:45
I agree that partnering with parents and also the support teachers are critica;
Lara Kassab
38:04
we need to advocate and support all
Carla Jefferson
38:19
So true, Lara!
Valerie Lewis
38:26
At @Lara this has been a mindshift indeed
Lara Kassab
38:28
participants in education
DONNA Przeluski
38:30
Indeed the needs are magnified now
Carla Jefferson
38:56
Changing pedagogy especially now that everyone is so far away from each other is difficult, but not impossible. Would love for us to all share how these things are possible.
Wes Kriesel
38:58
Great point about addressing special needs - access to a device is not A/THE solution, is it?
Lara Kassab
40:10
administration as well- the “lack of access” idea shut down some districts completely... and others smoothly transitioned.
Mason Mason
40:16
Equity matters now because we have entered a rare policy window where a problem, policy, and politics converge to make meaningful change.
Katie Gallagher
40:25
INternet IS a UTILITY!! SO AGREE.
Lara Kassab
40:28
so total gap
Lindsay Elliott
40:35
YES I agree, internet access should be a right and utility for all citizens
Simon Helton - ISTE
40:35
Great point, Mason (and good to see you here!)
Rudy Escobar
40:37
That is what we are advocating for in California. Everyone should have access
Valerie Lewis
40:48
@Leslie..the devil is certainly is in the details
Kenya Nelson
40:51
Thank you for voicing this!!!
Simon Helton - ISTE
41:01
I wish Zoom had gifs so we could have Ken follow that with a mic drop
Nicci Dowd
41:03
Amen Ken!!
Carla Jefferson
41:14
Right??!!
Leslie Fagin
41:20
Our current issue is that internet providers are advertising free internet, but they are not sharing the fine print. Our families don't have internet access yet the students are expected to complete a lot of work online. I have heard several people suggest that parents are lying when they say they don't have internet access. They are not.
Mason Mason
41:21
Thank you @Simon — I’m happy to be here.
Sung Kim
41:27
when thinking about equity in education, love the structure TACC has used to think about equity at every level: Capacity, Access, Participation, Experience (CAPE framework);internet as utility falls at the essential base level = capacity
Laura Smith
41:28
Simon I was just thinking I wish I could put a standing ovation GIF in the chat!
Casita Lynn
41:30
Good idea Simon :)
Carla Jefferson
41:32
@Michael…yes it will
Valerie Lewis
41:56
You guys are rolling with the comments! It is on FIRE!
Simon Helton - ISTE
42:05
Yep, we’ll share the recording
Ken Shelton
42:05
Thank you all for your comments here
Peggy George
42:21
For students who do have internet access this is a terrific Wakelet of online learning resources for students: https://wakelet.com/wake/4e4986d1-e6b8-45d8-b98d-4ec4a961589b
Suzanne D'Eon
42:22
I agree with you 100% internet should be a utility.
Ken Shelton
42:44
There was a mention of the fine print. Yes the “free” is either not going to remain, or it comes with added stipulations
Valerie Lewis
43:06
Such great comments and concerns from everyone here. The need is great and so much to unpack.
Joan Schlegelmilch
43:09
I agree as well - should be a utility
Wes Kriesel
43:09
I appreciate the concept/structure of: Capacity, Access, Participation, Experience - thank you for sharing that
Ken Shelton
43:18
CAPE is a great model
Wes Kriesel
43:44
Love the comments!
Leslie Fagin
43:48
My mobile STEAM lab is powered by Kajeet!
Wes Kriesel
43:58
Appreciate you all being here
Lara Kassab
44:05
while shifting tool-oriented pedagogy, why not leverage change for culturally sustaining practices?
Peggy George
44:14
I’ve read that some schools are keeping their wireless access open 24/7 so parents can park in the parking lot with their student to access lessons.
Ken Shelton
44:38
I hope with the deployment and shift to 5g we will get more accessibility as well
Katie Gallagher
44:41
We are doing parking lot access in Gunnison Colorado
DONNA Przeluski
44:45
Yes, seeing the numbers is alarming
Michael McVey
44:46
Less surprised than delighted!
Katie Gallagher
44:46
But it's not enough!!
Sung Kim
44:47
more data: https://nces.ed.gov/programs/coe/indicator_cch.asp
Valerie Lewis
44:54
That is great @peggy
Lara Kassab
44:57
connections are also device issues, multiple children in one home with only one device is a huge challenge
lizzette ruiz
45:15
I am confused, parents are asked to go to a parking lot to learn with students?
Jason Trinh
45:15
Do district often collect this data of their students and families on who has access and what type of access?
Michael Flood
45:19
@michaelmflood on Twitter; mflood@kajeet.com via email
Simon Helton - ISTE
45:19
Katie, are you seeing many cars in the parking lot taking advantage of the wifi?
Ken Shelton
45:28
I am also noticing the challenges that many families have when they and ALL their neighbors are online for work, school, or netflix at the same time
Wes Kriesel
45:35
Great question, Jason - I’m wondering that, too.
Michael Flood
45:40
@michaelmflood on Twitter; mflood@kajeet.com via email
allyse mcneil
45:46
Not surprised, it is an unfortunate truth for my district. But thankfully the conversation is in the mouths of our district leadership team.
Katie Gallagher
45:47
Yes - satellite internet is very limited
Simon Helton - ISTE
45:50
Yeah, satellite internet is tough…
Ken Shelton
46:01
Satellite is not reliable either
Nicol Howard
46:03
Some districts do collect those data, @Jason. The "what's next?" is where some are now...
Wes Kriesel
46:15
We have typically asked on an annual basis about access to home internet, but it really became a serious matter with renewed efforts to get good data on that recently.
Karla Karr
46:18
Yes, we have that issue with faculty members who live in rural area. Yes, it is limited for students.
Simon Helton - ISTE
46:40
You don’t have to go very far out of an urban area to not have access to broadband
Michael Flood
46:44
https://www.law360.com/articles/1257790/covid-19-has-school-districts-battling-for-wifi-hotspots
Ken Shelton
47:00
The school buses are great for now. But they are a simple solution to a more complex problem. The real issue is overall infrastructure and connectivity in the first place
Maurice Young
47:23
Thanks for the article.
Carla Jefferson
47:58
Not “That ‘Rona”!
Michael Flood
48:25
Locked Out of the Virtual Classroomhttps://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/27/opinion/coronavirus-internet-schools-learning.html
Michael Flood
48:47
Reporting on the realities faced in many rural school districtshttps://www.educationdive.com/news/wi-fi-and-hotspots-still-wont-work-for-rural-districts-lacking-connectiv/574826/
Carla Jefferson
48:48
I think that’s so important! Attendees: How many of your schools/school districts gathered data ahead of time to determine access needs?
Peggy George
48:56
There have been some excellent free webinars on edweb.net about equity if you’d like to explore the recordings. https://home.edweb.net/?s=equity
Ken Shelton
49:04
These are fantastic articles Michael is sharing
Simon Helton - ISTE
49:29
Very great point about assistive tech, Valerie
Wes Kriesel
49:33
Hi Renee!
Ken Shelton
49:34
Another good link. Thanks Renee. Miss you!!
Jason Trinh
49:35
Great point about supports for families
Leslie Fagin
49:38
My district did an assessment but it has since been determined that the data wasn't accurate.
Allison Burney
49:53
Our school district surveyed families about access needs as soon as we learned we were going online.
Annette Zehler
50:05
2019 Dept of Ed study showed that 16% of teachers assigned their English learner students use of digital resources outside of class. They didn't assign use outside because they saw student lack of home access as a barrier. So a real concern for English learner access now especially.
Valerie Peters
50:06
Right! Everyone has to have patience and an open mind!
Nicol Howard
50:13
Yes, Wes has been on the frontlines addressing this issue for some time now.
Patricia Brown
50:27
love that analogy Valerie!
Michael Flood
50:35
PD is so important right now. Virtual Teaching is a profession, not just a "change in venue"...
Suzanne D'Eon
50:43
I would love to know what questions were asked to the families regarding needs.
allyse mcneil
51:03
I totally agree! The series of events that have happened, have forced everyone to pay attention to this "tech-equity" issue
Simon Helton - ISTE
51:37
Oh Terri, that’s brutal
Valerie Lewis
51:38
oh no @terri
Michael Flood
51:47
Terri: yes, we see that mistake disturbingly often... online only or email-based surveys to ask who doesn't have internet.
Nicci Dowd
51:48
Parents will need PD/coaching as well
Lara Kassab
51:51
yes Michael! posting a one hour (or multiple to add to one hour) video is not a learning approach for adults, let alone 1st graders
Casita Lynn
52:05
From a Teacher’s perpective, my school district was more equipped to handle these new challenges, for a smoother transition compared to others (in my opinion from my experience)
Patricia Brown
52:25
What are some ways your district is supporting students without access?
Ken Shelton
52:29
This whole thing has really pulled the curtain back on accessibility and the opportunity gap that has existed for a long time
Lara Kassab
52:35
I’m adding an “age appropriate approach to online teaching” video for my channel
Valerie Lewis
52:36
@casita...that is excellent and you all were being proactive
Michael Flood
52:37
Or ask questions that aren't technical but emotional... "How comfortable are you that your child has sufficient internet access to engage in online learning?"
DONNA Przeluski
52:39
Wow! The help desk is useful
Ken Shelton
52:51
@sean Those companies are more focused on the bottom line rather than the right thing to do
Valerie Lewis
52:59
I like that Help Desk support as well @Donna
Peggy George
53:07
Have you seen the Digital Equity Toolkit from COSN-Supporting Students & Families in Out-of-School Learning? It is really helpful. https://cosn.org/sites/default/files/2018%20Digital%20Equity%20Toolkit%20FINAL_0.pdf
Michael Flood
53:29
The goal is to identify who needs help, not just who does/doesn't have a type of connection or device. Once you identify who needs help, you can triage into groups of who needs what.
Valerie Lewis
53:31
That is a great resource @Peggy
Patricia Brown
53:32
There are some great distance learning websites that districts have created in response to covid-19 school closures.
Lara Kassab
53:36
also posting attending to SEL and CSP videos
Ken Shelton
53:50
SEL is a whole other area that is not getting enough attention during this time
Nicol Howard
53:51
Yes, @Terri! You raised something we need to think about more... how do we survey parents online when they have limited access...?
Carla Jefferson
53:55
Do you have Internet access at home? Yes or No
Ken Shelton
53:56
Let alone in general
Carla Jefferson
54:05
Do you have WiFi (wireless) access at home that will allow a school-provided iPad or laptop to connect to the Internet? Yes or No
Carla Jefferson
54:15
Which INTERNET service(s) do you have? Choose all that apply:Smart Phone - ATTSmart Phone - SprintSmart Phone - VerizonSmart Phone - OtherCable-Spectrum/Time WarnerSatellite - ATT/DirecTVSatellite - DISHSatellite - HughesNetWireless - Country Wide WirelessOther
Carla Jefferson
54:37
What type of device(s) do you (parent or guardian) have access to? (Choose all that apply)ComputerSmart PhonePhone (other than smartphone)TabletOtherNone
Casita Lynn
54:42
I sent my students’ families a survey digitally last week, in order to pinpoint what they have access to realistically.
Valerie Lewis
55:04
That is great @carla and very specific and detailed. Asking the RIGHT questions is key indeed.
Lara Kassab
55:21
can families with no access even get to these surveys?
Simon Helton - ISTE
55:27
Wow, 600 hotspots
Ken Shelton
55:31
But the hotspots still have limitations when everybody is using them in the same area
Ken Shelton
55:40
It’s a start, a needed start
Carla Jefferson
55:56
So those questions were asked at registration and we were 100% online for registration.
Ken Shelton
56:00
This is where educators must be mindful of using high bandwidth platforms where everybody is on
Wes Kriesel
56:00
Yes, Ken - you are right - the hotspots are a bandaid
Brian Huff
56:07
Here is the survey Rowland Unified administered to determine access for grades 9-12: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11J7ODijvS2-W83R3QEiVCboHAFe-pJCpDAo_NhNJkhY/edit?usp=sharing
matt hiefield
56:14
It is amazing what we can do after we smell the dirty diaper. We can work to find money when we prioritize equity.
Carla Jefferson
56:17
Follow up questions were either asked in person (as families collected devices) or over the phone.
Lindsay Elliott
56:19
and even expecting children to get themselves to a library with internet access is unreasonable
Casita Lynn
56:20
Exactly Lara, I understand the point you are making, as in what does “access” mean?
Ken Shelton
56:26
I am all for what you are doing Wes. The infrastructure is the bigger challenge
Michael Flood
56:30
McDonald's is closed. Starbucks is closed. The library is closed... This is definitely a new challenge where prior "workarounds" don't necessarily work.
Peggy George
56:31
Larry Ferlazzo has compiled all of his “best lists related to supporting teachers in age of coronavirus and it is excellent. He also has tons of resources on his site for ELL. https://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2020/03/28/all-the-best-lists-related-to-supporting-teachers-in-the-age-of-the-coronavirus-in-one-place/
Wes Kriesel
56:38
And so much more needs to be done, especially in terms of professional learning and trying to improve and refine what we offer as distance learning experiences
Carla Jefferson
56:46
Absolutely Wes
Wes Kriesel
56:53
You’re right, Ken
Peggy George
57:15
Carla, your wifi access survey is excellent!
Leslie Fagin
57:21
I did not have reliable internet most of last week because the demand was too great in my area. I even tapped into the router I use on my bus. It didn't work. My community does not have the infrastructure to support 10,000 students online. I think we have to go back to the planning stages so we can be ready for next time. Of course, it's too late for this time.
Patricia Brown
57:39
Keep your answers concise we are at the halfway point right now
Wes Kriesel
57:40
Right, Renee?
Carla Jefferson
57:41
My Executive Director of Technology is brilliant. I just have to say that. Such a visionary
Ken Shelton
57:41
yes Renee!!!!
Lara Kassab
57:44
@michael- but even the work-arounds aren’t equitable. why does one child need to go to a restaurant while another gets to stay home and get parents help?
Carla Jefferson
57:52
Thanks Peggy!
Renee Hill
58:11
65 years later a just-as-bad example of separate and unequal. Brown2 (That Rona) vs Board of Education
Patricia Brown
58:26
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2618300015055534/?ref=bookmarks
Michael Flood
58:31
https://www.speedtest.net/insights/blog/tracking-covid-19-impact-global-internet-performance/
Lara Kassab
58:33
@Nicol YES!!!!!
Patricia Brown
58:33
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2618300015055534/?ref=bookmarks
Peggy George
58:34
Zooming with parents is a great idea!!! They really appreciate the personal contact and support!
Casita Lynn
58:36
Thank you for sharing these surveys and articles.
Valerie Lewis
58:38
We need to support parents. Many of them are not OK!
Renee Hill
58:38
YES are we Zooming with the parents?
lizzette ruiz
58:40
My ENLteachers are very concerned about the realty of today. Some of their families will really not have opportunity. Parental support is not always a part of the equation. For ENL students we are not prepared to truly assist them and bring them in. I agree touching base is first step and most important.
Valerie Peters
58:56
Right. Zoom is blowing up!!!
Katie Muhtaris
59:01
We’ve also has issues with our LMS and other web based tools not being able to handle the traffic. To me that puts students without support, or tech fluency at a disadvantage o troubleshoot in the moment.
Ken Shelton
59:04
Oh don’t get me started on neighborhood design and infrastructure. I will start with red lining and add that this makes all of this even more evident
Carla Jefferson
59:11
Katie...yes!
Sarah Weeks
59:13
Yes! We need more asynchronous learning, not just repeating the same old ways of teaching on a video conference platform!! Thanks @nicol
Jason Trinh
59:20
Virtual parent-teacher night would be great to host!
Peggy George
59:24
Thanks Patricia for the Facebook link!!!
Valerie Peters
59:28
Everybody is on Zoom. I told my students that invention is out of necessity!
Wes Kriesel
59:30
Yes, connecting with parents and community is key - especially now - we need to be daily reaching out
Ken Shelton
59:48
The traumatic effects are magnified now
DONNA Przeluski
59:49
For some of my students, what I have had to do is use the guidance counsellor or the support teacher because of language barrier—so sending out a questionnaire that is translated by our Business coordinator
Lara Kassab
59:57
All of us are in Trauma right now.
Ken Shelton
01:00:04
It is not realistic to expect a child to do work for more than a few hours a day
Carla Jefferson
01:00:04
That’s phenomenal right now
Carla Jefferson
01:00:11
Donna…..
Karla Karr
01:00:14
Exactly
Lara Kassab
01:00:17
zoom Mindfulness and community building!
Ken Shelton
01:00:17
and that is assuming they have no distractions
Katie Muhtaris
01:00:23
Amen!
Ken Shelton
01:00:36
This is where we need to make sure all educators are mindful of what is truly important
Michael Flood
01:00:42
We've been looking into how we can help with survey / check-ins for social-emotional health... perhaps pushing a district designed survey out on Saturday mornings that their connection will default to when they next connect.
Nicol Howard
01:00:47
Yes!! Let's check on each other!
Ken Shelton
01:00:49
A list of apps is not going to help in the long term
Wes Kriesel
01:00:52
Yes, the lesson design for distance learning has to be designed with the child in mind - and it has to make you question what we were doing before
Lara Kassab
01:00:56
@Ken YES!!!
Nicci Dowd
01:01:08
@Ken absolutely!!!
Renee Hill
01:01:10
Amen. Look at learning differently.
Katie Muhtaris
01:01:19
I’ve been coaching my teachers to do less. Interact more. Love that they’re excited, but trying to do too many things.
Hadley Ferguson
01:01:25
We are also right at the beginning of this. Thie impact of increasing sickness and death is going to be huge. We need to be preparing the that.
Michael Flood
01:01:28
(student data privacy)
Ken Shelton
01:01:34
This is why I posted on twitter we need to be mindful of our language. Physical distancing, yes. Social distancing, no. Check on each other and remain connected as much as possible
Katie Muhtaris
01:01:47
Agree 100 Ken
Nicci Dowd
01:01:48
From a parent perspective, the list of resources can be overwhelming!
Lara Kassab
01:01:53
invite families to join our such classes when we do SEL activity. not all of us are good at coping and communicating
Ken Shelton
01:01:54
@terri Exactly!!
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:02:22
Can we start transitioning to Q&A in five minutes or so?
Ken Shelton
01:02:24
=)
Tara Schneider
01:02:27
In my district we have seen a huge rise in teachers forgetting about COPPA, the tech director and myself are constantly reminding teachers that it is our job to protect our students privacy.
Ken Shelton
01:02:34
COPPA and FERPA
DONNA Przeluski
01:02:35
Yes—parents are seeing how their child learns and the struggles that they face
Ken Shelton
01:02:36
Ugh
Michael Flood
01:02:38
yes, Simon.
Wes Kriesel
01:02:44
Stress is real. We are trying to incorporate social emotional learning into every distance learning experience we offer
Ken Shelton
01:02:52
Too many not aware of either and not remembering the importance of both
Peggy George
01:03:01
A teacher shared this really cute way for students to let the teacher know how they are feeling each day so she would know who might need some special support. Baby Yoda Scale: https://starecat.com/content/wp-content/uploads/on-a-scale-of-baby-yoda-how-are-you-feeling-today.jpg
Kameco de los Santos
01:03:03
Yes - Carla!
Kameco de los Santos
01:03:16
I can't send my son to nana school though
Wes Kriesel
01:03:18
Stress, isolation, all the effects of our current situation need to be addressed with social emotional learning
Lara Kassab
01:03:30
and IDEA please
Katie Muhtaris
01:03:36
Even protecting students within the class. Not all students feel comfortable showing their face on a zoom. Not all students want their classmates to see their living situation. Should always be a choice.
Carla Jefferson
01:03:46
Simon…transition to Q&A around 7:40?
Hadley Ferguson
01:04:00
Great advice for parents!
Nicol Howard
01:04:02
Agree 100%, @Katie.
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:04:03
We can do that!
Nicci Dowd
01:04:20
@Lara YES!!
Hadley Ferguson
01:04:40
Apps are not the solution! Teaching and learning are social!
Patricia Brown
01:04:51
Wes speak to this from an admin perspective
Tara Schneider
01:04:57
Our teachers want to try all sorts of new sites and apps. We are constantly reminding them to stick with what we know as a district and what our students know. This is not the time to try new apps and digital resources.
Valerie Lewis
01:05:02
Yes @hadley! this is what I keep reminding my teachers!
Jason Trinh
01:05:03
Great point that educators need to be the filters for remote learning!
Katie Gallagher
01:05:07
Ken - PREACH. Yes. Keep it going.
Nicol Howard
01:05:09
Thank you, @Hadley! Say it louder for the folks in the back.
Leslie Fagin
01:05:13
Because of an errant screen shot, I had to create a dress code for online learning.
Carla Jefferson
01:05:39
Exactly Tara. This will only add more stress…..
Peggy George
01:05:52
that’s really interesting Leslie—important reminder
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:06:16
Thank you, Tiffany!
Carla Jefferson
01:06:27
Yes!
Ken Shelton
01:06:28
Katie is 100% right. Not all students will want to or feel comfortable with their camera on. It may reveal more about their home and homelife than they want to or should have to
Allison Burney
01:06:33
Our district is no longer taking grades...
Leslie Fagin
01:06:37
Until it happened Peggy, we didn't think about it. Although it was a five year old shirtless boy that caused an uproar.
Peggy George
01:06:48
haha!!!
Hadley Ferguson
01:06:51
We need to be walking with the students, rather than looking down at them, piling stress on them.
Katie Gallagher
01:06:53
Dude - love "after 'Rona showed up" . . . on point!
Tara Schneider
01:06:54
You are spot on Valerie!
Lara Kassab
01:06:58
if anyone is interested in the videos I’m building, http://bit.ly/PlaylistsOnlineTeachingKassab. SEL playlist will publish tomorrow morning
Ken Shelton
01:06:59
@michael that is a great option when possible
Valerie Peters
01:07:11
Yes.
Carla Jefferson
01:07:15
Everything is free right now - but it’s not fair to try to introduce new things right now!
allyse mcneil
01:07:18
That is the truth!
lizzette ruiz
01:07:37
Love: You were not putting in 5 grades before!
Ken Shelton
01:07:38
Nothing new should be introduced right now. It is for sure going to be a stress inducer
Michael Flood
01:07:53
You cannot "grade" anything synchronous due to divergent home realities. If anything is being graded, it needs to be asynchronous and with adequate time.
Casita Lynn
01:07:54
Thanks Lara, I am wish to include SEL.
DEANNE WILSON
01:07:55
Thanks, Lara.
Wes Kriesel
01:07:59
Amen, Ken
Hadley Ferguson
01:08:11
This is NOT the time to “get into college” assignments!
Tara Schneider
01:08:19
I agree Ken, that is the same thing my superintendent continues to remind the teachers in my district!
Carla Jefferson
01:08:19
The focus should be on FEEDBACK NOT GRADES!
Ken Shelton
01:08:22
Plus there is the entire IEP, ESL, SPED, and 504 accommodations that NO school can ensure are being met
Ken Shelton
01:08:40
@michael good point and thanks for sharing
Lara Kassab
01:08:43
changing the way we see the “work” deep and collaborative, culturally sustainable instead of barrels of paint on the wall.
Nicol Howard
01:08:54
Hi everyone, remember to select "All panelists and attendees" if you want all to see your chat messages here. The panelists are seeing great comments and want to make sure others see them too (if you'd like).
Carla Jefferson
01:09:03
The focus should be on FEEDBACK not GRADES!
Hadley Ferguson
01:09:11
A single contact with each student each day is more important than dozens of assignments.
Katie Muhtaris
01:09:18
It’s like August again.
Kameco de los Santos
01:09:22
@Ken Yes, I was told that a phone call was going to replace behavior therapy counseling and social emotional skills.
Nicol Howard
01:09:23
Yes @Carla!
Tara Schneider
01:09:31
100% @Hadley
Virginia Lowe
01:09:35
Love the flex schedule idea ofmake up days to help with technology issue in family
Mary Webster
01:09:38
Quality not quantity- Yes! Help each other!
Ken Shelton
01:09:45
@Kameco a phone call?
Lara Kassab
01:09:49
our university is talking about pass/no pass instead of grades for this semester- why not always?
Michael Flood
01:09:54
Absolutely Joquetta
Carla Jefferson
01:09:58
So true. Joquetta
Nicci Dowd
01:10:02
many of my friends have children some who are non verbal so moving to digital doesn’t work them.
Valerie Lewis
01:10:03
Yes Carla! Feedback is KEY to driving student outcomes. those are the real learning opportunities.
Kameco de los Santos
01:10:11
@Ken Once a week. To talk to the student and see how they were doing.
Ken Shelton
01:10:13
The main thing I want to share with you all in this chat is that we must look out for each other
Hadley Ferguson
01:10:28
What can we do to make this a time that will leave students ready and eager to learn on the other side of this?
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:10:53
Great question, Hadley. I’ll make sure the panelists see it
Terri Cullen
01:11:04
@hadley. I worry that this may be demotivating too.
Lara Kassab
01:11:26
give open time and space before and after synch sessions for just being together and supporting one another
Ken Shelton
01:11:27
This is a great way to record a short video sharing how much you are thinking of each other. Offering support in any way possible, even just a quick social chat.
Katie Muhtaris
01:11:29
Love that question Hadley
Peggy George
01:11:34
an awesome Livebinders of resources from Joy Kirr on Feedback in Lieu of Grades (great tips for feedback) https://www.livebinders.com/play/play/1693716?tabid=7ab7df0a-b40e-6f60-4cc9-1302cbfc9382
Valerie Lewis
01:11:38
@diana..that is great to hear!
Ken Shelton
01:11:40
Taking frequent breaks
Ken Shelton
01:11:43
Breathing
Hadley Ferguson
01:11:44
@terri I agree. We could lose those on the edge so easily.
Wes Kriesel
01:12:19
Agree with the mindfulness- and if meditation helps you, I encourage you with that practice
Katie Muhtaris
01:12:27
Hadley what is your twitter so I can credit that amazing question?
Hadley Ferguson
01:12:31
Exactly, @Ken!
Valerie Lewis
01:12:31
Thanks Peggy for your livebinder.
Lara Kassab
01:12:34
my students are coming to “open social time” where I open up a Zoom-like place with breakout rooms
Carla Jefferson
01:12:45
The Calm app is free for educators. I’ve definitely been using it.
Allison M
01:12:48
Yep! You have to make sure your own garden is watered before you can help someone else water theirs
Emmy Koonce
01:12:51
My school has each teacher take an hour in the middle of the day where they aren’t available to students just so that they have a break and don’t have to be on.
Peggy George
01:12:56
self-care is so important and something teachers neglect so often because they’re always thinking of their students!!
allyse mcneil
01:12:58
Yes, I just started my work from home schedule
Hadley Ferguson
01:13:02
We need to connect with other educators to support each other.
Wes Kriesel
01:13:03
If you have never tried the practice of meditation, Calm is one app that has built-in guided sessions to help you practice
Lara Kassab
01:13:03
see the sun- go outside!!!!!
Patricia Brown
01:13:08
Turn off the news, and tv, social media.. and protect your heart and mind!
Wes Kriesel
01:13:14
Yes, to protected tim
Wes Kriesel
01:13:15
time
Terri Cullen
01:13:28
@simon will you be saving the chat for attendees. great resources here. (on a phone)
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:13:34
Yes, Terri!
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:13:45
I’ll include the chat in the email with the recording link
Valerie Peters
01:13:50
That is so true! I have never been on the computer and my phone sooo much! Thank you for that bit of advice!!!!
Terri Cullen
01:13:55
thank you.
Patricia Brown
01:13:57
Michael feel free to jump in
Hadley Ferguson
01:13:57
Building supportive friendships like teachers have in school that are lost when alone at home. The smiles in the hallways need to be replaced.
allyse mcneil
01:14:02
every day, I have blocked time off to walk 3x a day..self care is so important
Peggy George
01:14:14
so true Hadley!!!
DONNA Przeluski
01:14:15
This is important—with my parents, they think if the child is not in front of the computer or completing a sheet there is now learning taking place I told just as you said the importance of time and taking a break..20 20 rule
Heidi Johnson
01:14:16
Yes Ken- that is so true. Another idea that husband shared with me to do is dress for the "work time". Then put work away turn off the computers and change your clothes. I also am doing the 30 day yoga challenge on youtube. It has helped!
Patricia Brown
01:14:25
Movement breaks!
Nicol Howard
01:14:45
Patricia reminds us to take "movement breaks!"
Hadley Ferguson
01:14:49
Lost in the work and in the news! :-(
Wes Kriesel
01:14:52
Yes, my wife and I have been going on walks twice a day - and I’m so grateful for those times away from the computer/online meetings
Patricia Brown
01:14:53
There are so many PE teachers that are creating channels that kids can take breaks and movement!
Terri Cullen
01:14:58
I am learning a lot from my remote working husband. what a great opportunity for a career talk. people who work remote.
Allison M
01:15:07
it's a marathon, not a sprint. :-)
Lara Kassab
01:15:11
use part of your synch time to teach students strategies! it only takes a couple minutes to help them “listen to themselves” and can be used throughout the day
Virginia Lowe
01:15:12
and a designated space-no more working from the sofa! I have an office space and that's where work occurs
Valerie Lewis
01:15:27
Yes @Allison
Leslie Fagin
01:15:39
My son has PTSD. Online learning is stressing him which stresses me. He already worries about a lot of things. I don't want him having meltdowns so we don't always get all of his work done. I am okay with it. His teacher doesn't have a choice but to deal with it.
Patricia Brown
01:15:50
Michael, Wes?
Ken Shelton
01:15:54
@Wes Calm is one of my favorite apps!! I also use Ten Percent
Nicol Howard
01:15:56
Wes and his wife go on walks twice a day - and take time away from the computer/online meetings...
Valerie Lewis
01:16:06
That is too much for him @leslie! Bless his heart.
Wes Kriesel
01:16:10
I will have to check out Ten Percent - thanks
Ken Shelton
01:16:25
@Leslie good for you!!! Your son’s mental health is FAR more important
Michael Flood
01:16:31
I don't want to interrupt, y'all are on a roll
DONNA Przeluski
01:16:32
@Leslie—yes he has to be ok and that has to be addressed first
Leslie Fagin
01:16:33
@Val, we didn't finish all of week one. I just told his teacher we were moving on.
Carla Jefferson
01:16:55
Leslie….same for me.
Katie Muhtaris
01:16:58
I don’t have my daughter do all of the work. We get into other things. Inquiry, projects. Math games, reading. I do some of it, but I’m basically saying that I get the last work. To that end, it’s a privilege to be able to do that. I have resources, I have knowledge, I can work from home.
Ken Shelton
01:17:03
@Leslie that work is not going to be more important. It helps to recognize what needs to be let go for self care
Valerie Lewis
01:17:05
That is right @Leslie and it will be ok. To reduce his angst is most important
Ken Shelton
01:17:21
@katie miss you my friend!!!
Renee Hill
01:17:28
I am working with a community service organization to offer help to a grade level of students and their adults. The service org members have completed child protection training.
Carla Jefferson
01:17:41
My Mama asked me what Camryn worked on this weekend. I said, “Nothing. She has worked her butt off all week so we are taking a break! It’ll be fine.”
Katie Muhtaris
01:17:42
@Ken Miss you too.
Patricia Brown
01:17:46
One size fits all never works
Ken Shelton
01:17:48
Honestly even getting “lost” in things like Google Arts and Culture
Lara Kassab
01:18:01
UDL and project-based are SO helpful to addressing SEL
Ken Shelton
01:18:08
I’d even build in full day breaks if necessary
KathiSue Summers
01:18:10
Choice boards work wonders with letting the students decide how they are going to accomplish their tasks.
Ekaterina Budnik
01:18:15
I am from the other part of the world. BUT! I DO see we are facing the same problems. I learnt a lot from your discussion, dear colleagues. It s a great to have this international experience. Thank you) Stay safe and good luck in your noble aims.
Ken Shelton
01:18:31
Thank you for joining us Ekaterina
Ken Shelton
01:18:37
Be safe and healthy
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:18:45
We really do need to move on to Q&A in a minute, sorry for being the buzzkill :)
allyse mcneil
01:18:46
Can you please repeat that site again?
Nicol Howard
01:18:54
Thank you @Ekaterina. Grateful to be in this together.
Terri Cullen
01:19:03
thrively
Michael Flood
01:19:07
https://www.thrively.com/
Carla Jefferson
01:19:07
https://www.thrively.com/student
Lara Kassab
01:19:09
strengths based approach!
Misty Trevino
01:19:09
I love that!
Suzanne D'Eon
01:19:13
@Wes can you provide the link
Katie Muhtaris
01:19:14
I made some choice boards if anyone is looking for elementary. Also have a few equity facing resources that I’ve collected from twitter. https://sites.google.com/view/rtwdistancelearning/choice-boards?authuser=0
allyse mcneil
01:19:27
Thank you!
Valerie Lewis
01:19:44
That is awesome @katie of you to share that choice board sample
Michael Flood
01:19:47
I love the choice board concept
Ken Shelton
01:19:55
Thanks for the link @katie
Wes Kriesel
01:19:57
Thrively.com
Katie Muhtaris
01:20:02
Love all the links in this chat! I have 100 open tabs to ge back and read.
Michael Flood
01:20:07
Q&A?
Casita Lynn
01:20:09
Very helpful, thanks
Michael Flood
01:20:12
10m left
Mary Webster
01:20:20
Thank you!
Nicol Howard
01:20:21
Q&A time!
Wes Kriesel
01:20:25
Thrively For student strengths assessments
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:20:26
Yep, let’s get to Q&A!
Peggy George
01:20:36
Virtual Field Trips can be a great diversion while they’re learning! This is a great list! https://wakelet.com/wake/20414ad1-e128-469f-96a3-6e3b3c7ad079
Renee Hill
01:20:36
My team is curating resources at School2Home.org/covid
Lara Kassab
01:20:38
teaching tolerance too!!!
Wes Kriesel
01:20:45
Thrively.com
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:20:47
ISTE’s new site is LearningKeepsGoing.org
Ken Shelton
01:20:54
@lara love me some Teaching Tolerance
Nicol Howard
01:20:56
https://www.learningkeepsgoing.org/
Katie Muhtaris
01:21:37
Love virtual field trips. I’ve been working on strategies for reading AR and VR experiences. Such interesting work.
Peggy George
01:21:50
Katie, I love your choice boards!!! Thanks for sharing!
Katie Muhtaris
01:21:53
Teaching Tolerance is a go to for me.
Katie Muhtaris
01:21:57
@Peggy Thank yoU!
Ken Shelton
01:22:02
The teachers should aggregate their emails into one. Otherwise it can be overwhelming to somebody who does not have inbox zero strategies
matt hiefield
01:22:08
I would add that a district needs to have a unifying communication strategy so that parents are not bombarded.
Suzanne D'Eon
01:22:15
Can we pull ALL these fantastic resources to one page :)
Ken Shelton
01:22:17
yes @Matt
Wes Kriesel
01:22:18
Great point, Matt
Wes Kriesel
01:22:46
Amen, Brian! No one needs a notification late at night!
Katie Muhtaris
01:22:47
Oh KEN YES! The emails.
Katie Muhtaris
01:23:10
A parent friend of mine was in tears today. She is also a small business owner and facing her own stress.
Lara Kassab
01:23:34
assessment AS learning!
Patricia Brown
01:23:42
Feedback is more important anyway. It helps them grow!
Brian Huff
01:23:48
This is the language we shared with teachers last week: GRADING PRACTICES: ​In light of known inequities with access and home situations, we are still seekinginput and guidance from State and County Departments of Education on formal grading of new academiccontent during our student dismissal and introduction of digital learning platforms. While we come toconsensus and receive guidance on how to proceed, teachers are encouraged to continue collecting workto support the reciprocal process of learning, which includes reviewing work and providing studentsfeedback as part of the learning process. ​At this time, grading practices during remote learning shouldhold students harmless during their time away from school. Any work collected and graded should onlybe used towards improving the student’s existing grade from the time of dismissal, March 13, 2020.These grading parameters will continue to be discussed and revised if needed.
Ken Shelton
01:23:51
That is most definitely a leadership communication thing
Wes Kriesel
01:23:55
Designing distance learning around social emotional learning and feedback is a great start to making learning powerful and meaningful
Lara Kassab
01:23:59
not grades-feedback instead
Ken Shelton
01:24:06
@Brian that is great!!!
Leslie Fagin
01:24:07
@Katie, I was in tears one day. I hid in my bathroom because trying to take care of my son and the tech needs of our district was too much.
Brian Huff
01:24:20
Here is the approach that Rowland USD is taking: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gEyFrg12k8UJOLNLrPD6WGPBvjG07Y8u/view?usp=sharing
Brian Huff
01:24:27
Hold students harmless
Nicol Howard
01:24:36
Thank you for sharing that, @Brian!
Katie Muhtaris
01:24:37
Yes. Yes. Yes. Parents are going to be losing jobs. Food Insecurity. This is crisis teaching. We need to address Maslow first and foremost.
Ken Shelton
01:24:37
@Leslie please take care of yourself!!! The stress can be too much. Sending you a virtual hug (6 feet away)
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:24:52
Yep, it’s being recorded!
Patricia Brown
01:24:55
Missouri that happened too. They have waived a lot of the testing
Hadley Ferguson
01:24:57
@leslie We need to realize that we are all crying in the bathroom in one way or another.
Katie Muhtaris
01:25:02
Thank you Brian. This is great.
Leslie Fagin
01:25:03
@Ken thank you! This newness is hard to process.
Ken Shelton
01:25:04
@Hadley 100%
Patricia Brown
01:25:09
Keep your answers short
Peggy George
01:25:16
That is an excellent description Brian! Should really help to alleviates stress for everyone!
Lara Kassab
01:25:26
@Latie. my colleague Roxana Marachi says “you have to Maslow before you Bloom!”
Ken Shelton
01:25:27
@Leslie feel free to hit me up on twitter if you need any additional support that I may be able to help
Patricia Brown
01:25:29
Hey Mason Mason!
Leslie Fagin
01:26:02
I will do that @Ken.
Lara Kassab
01:26:07
@Katie- sorry, blind girl typing...
Katie Muhtaris
01:26:10
Love that Lara
Katie Muhtaris
01:26:12
LOL
Peggy George
01:26:22
love that Lara!!! Maslow before you Bloom!!! :-)
Karla Karr
01:26:56
Exactly
Karla Karr
01:27:01
Absolutely
Tara Schneider
01:27:01
AMEN Ken!
Katie Muhtaris
01:27:04
Illinois did away with it for the year
Virginia Lowe
01:27:05
Bravo! Preach!
Patricia Brown
01:27:07
Amen!
DONNA Przeluski
01:27:09
We’ll said!
Allison Burney
01:27:14
Exactly!!
KathiSue Summers
01:27:16
Yeah, @Ken
Patricia Brown
01:27:20
The world didn’t end because there wasn’t a test!
Katie Muhtaris
01:27:24
Preach Ken!
Michael Flood
01:27:24
We have a "new normal" emerging.
Terri Cullen
01:27:41
if we lose the opportunity to learn from this. it’s on us!!!
Brian Huff
01:27:42
@Peggy yes, our Superindent and Board in Rowland USD has taken a very student-centered approach through all of this
Carla Jefferson
01:27:48
Terri....yes!
Wes Kriesel
01:27:49
The new normal will threaten to concretize in a way to keep current inequities in place
Patricia Brown
01:27:51
AMEN AMEN AMEN!
Peggy George
01:27:53
that is so awesome Brian!!
Michael Flood
01:28:00
Teachers, Students, Parents with new expectations, post-COVID.
Valerie Peters
01:28:02
I appreciate this webinar to give guidance, the practical, and a look at priorities.!!
Karla Karr
01:28:07
Yes, and I am teaching methods now
Lara Kassab
01:28:07
YES!
matt hiefield
01:28:15
Yup!!!!! We need to remember the long term and our core beliefs.
DONNA Przeluski
01:28:21
its frozen
DONNA Przeluski
01:28:24
ok
Valerie Peters
01:28:26
Zoom overload!!!!
Wes Kriesel
01:28:28
We have an opportunity, yes, but even more, a responsibility to ask the questions of whose voice is not being heard and who is not being engaged in the conversation
Katie Muhtaris
01:28:30
You’re getting throttled!
Lara Kassab
01:28:31
lol
Karla Karr
01:28:34
And we are having discussion about us as preservice teachers need to know for future
Ken Shelton
01:28:42
All the way across the board. Teacher Prep programs. Current practitioners.
Terri Cullen
01:28:43
we are adding assignments to preservice teacher Ed classes to convert a lesson to online
Michael Flood
01:28:57
Imagine high school students living through this that will go on to be teachers!
Lara Kassab
01:29:01
and implications for teaching performance assessment as well...
Karla Karr
01:29:07
No going back
Christina Smith
01:29:16
Such an interesting question. And excellent answers! Education could finally use this as a springboard to get out of the "system" we all exist in...that we all know isn't working.
Kameco de los Santos
01:29:17
How are SpEd requirements being addressed realistically? Meetings are still being scheduled via online/phone based on deadlines. Services are being "provided" in an way that doesn't really support the student rather help check off the boxes.
DONNA Przeluski
01:29:17
yes Lara
Carla Jefferson
01:29:28
Terri…I think about our universities who have strongly resisted online opportunities in all areas. This has definitely been a wakeup call for them.
Virginia Lowe
01:29:28
No going back!
Karla Karr
01:29:29
Efolio defenses are now online for my student teachers
Lara Kassab
01:29:34
we TED need to collaborate across uni as well
Michael Flood
01:29:36
Yes Christina... no more Carnegie units.
Elba Sepulveda
01:29:39
Better instructional design, new systems, new ideas, support, and opportunities
Ken Shelton
01:29:40
We should also collectively ensure our PD going forward is responsive to our true needs and not just a bunch of box checking
Carla Jefferson
01:29:41
Hi Alexis….thanks for joining!
Wes Kriesel
01:29:46
Hello in Puerto Rico!
Terri Cullen
01:29:47
true. @carla
Ken Shelton
01:30:13
Yes @Nicol
Peggy George
01:30:13
this has been such a valuable webinar!!!! Thank you all—presenters and participants—for all of the great tips and sharing!!
Wes Kriesel
01:30:25
Thank you, Peggy, for being here!
Elba Sepulveda
01:30:31
Parents need to be considered part of the learning community more seriously
Ken Shelton
01:30:32
@Peggy glad you could be here. Have not seen you in so long as well
Tara Schneider
01:30:33
The one positive thing about this pandemic is that teachers who did not value technology and were digging in their heals in terms of integrating tech are now forced to jump in and are seeing the benefits of it!
Michael Flood
01:30:35
I have to jump right at the hour to another meeting!
DONNA Przeluski
01:30:43
Thanks all #Center Joy
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:30:55
No problem, Michael!
DEANNE WILSON
01:31:06
So true, Tara!!
Allison Burney
01:31:12
Thanks for the conversation and the resources!
Peggy George
01:31:14
Great to see you to Ken!!!
Katie Muhtaris
01:31:15
Agree Tara!
Katie Muhtaris
01:31:32
I’ve gotten further with some teachers in days than I have in years
Ken Shelton
01:31:39
Sending all of you a high five and a big smile in this chat. Please remember physical distancing, yes. Social distancing, no. Oh and wash your hands =)
Elba Sepulveda
01:31:50
Right now students, parents, and teachers need support. This is a very stressful situation for all
Nicol Howard
01:31:52
Yes! Let's continue to tap into our students passions.
Renee Hill
01:31:55
Extend students agency. What could be a learningful experience for you? What did you do in the area of self regulation and self advocacy this week?
Nicol Howard
01:32:15
Let's support one another and focus on building community as we center joy.
Mary Webster
01:32:20
Joy! Look for the joy!
Michael Flood
01:32:22
Thank-you to all my fellow panelists and all attendees for this important topic! TTYL!
Wes Kriesel
01:32:26
Renee, I love that question on student agency!
Hadley Ferguson
01:32:28
Thank you, everyone! This has been uplifting!
Ken Shelton
01:32:29
Thanks for joining in @Anna
Nicol Howard
01:32:32
Thank you @Anna!
Jason Trinh
01:32:53
These personal stories really hit home and reinforce that we all are in this together.
Ken Shelton
01:33:03
Each day I hope we can find at least a few things we are grateful for and use that as a building block for the next day
Lara Kassab
01:33:04
I want to thank and recognize everyone in the webinar and the chat- we come together and give one another hope and joy.
Ken Shelton
01:33:23
This webinar is exactly why we do need the social connections
Katie Muhtaris
01:33:35
Joy in learning. I love that.
Nicol Howard
01:33:49
As I noticed in @Brian's district materials - "Caring, Compassion, and Connection" are essential right now.
Hadley Ferguson
01:33:50
This sort of conversation helps build the community that we need to work together and move effectively forward.
Brian Huff
01:33:52
The connection with our children and our students is far more important than content. It is about relationships and supporting students. As we are trying to figure out our new office, teaching and work space, our students are doing the same. Care, compassion, and connection ALL before content!
Tara Schneider
01:33:52
This has slowed our lives down and brought us back to family time! Playing games each night, taking walks, saying hi to neighbors!
Patricia Brown
01:33:59
Would you like to continue this conversation. We are hosting a slow chat on Digital Equity the whole month of April! Join us! @idigequityPLN
Patricia Brown
01:34:02
#istedepln
lizzette ruiz
01:34:03
I did Mindfullness with my teachers and had them think of a reverse bucket list. Could be done with students. What are you grateful/proud of that you have done already. Teachers were coming up with proud memories in 3rd grade grounded them for sure
Carla Jefferson
01:34:04
"Caring, Compassion, and Connection" - all of that!
Ken Shelton
01:34:12
Please feel free to join our slow chat on twitter
Katie Muhtaris
01:34:18
Thank you all for your time and expertise. We can do hard things when we have each other. If anyone here is elementary please reach out to me, follow me on Twitter and let me know if you want to collaborate!
Wes Kriesel
01:34:22
"Caring, Compassion, and Connection" - YES!
Ken Shelton
01:34:26
@Carla please tell mom I said hello and send a distance hug
Hadley Ferguson
01:34:35
Love to learn more about the slow chat
Peggy George
01:34:36
a fun diversion for the kids—a teacher on Eric Curt’s webinar this morning shared this “virtual fire drill” :-) https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1s7klUQaKuVfKkGKEAcUE2hOnpSksZzXIPABZ8qZlnY0/edit
Katie Muhtaris
01:34:38
Reverse Bucket List! Awesome.
Carla Jefferson
01:34:47
Thank you all for such a powerful webinar, everyone!
Heidi Johnson
01:34:48
Yes Valerie!!!! we have to take that and do that with our own families as well!
Carla Jefferson
01:35:03
This isn’t the end, let’s continue the conversation: @DigEquityPLN#Istedepln
Tara Schneider
01:35:06
YES Valerie!!
Katie Muhtaris
01:35:15
Thank you Carla
lizzette ruiz
01:35:18
Facts Valeria
Ken Shelton
01:35:19
This is our time to rally around each other!!!
Nicol Howard
01:35:23
Alright, Evangelist Valerie!
Patricia Brown
01:35:32
Preach!!! Valerie!
allyse mcneil
01:35:34
Exactly, positive thoughts and FAITH!
Hadley Ferguson
01:35:35
We will get through this together! Amen! Let’s find the times to do this in support of each other.
Lara Kassab
01:35:46
mirror neurons function in digital spaces too!
Kameco de los Santos
01:35:46
Yes. Thank you!! This has been a phenomenal webinar!
Peggy George
01:35:48
love you all!!!!!!!!
Wes Kriesel
01:35:52
Go Valerie!
Jason Trinh
01:36:01
Thank you all!
Karla Karr
01:36:05
Going to share with my Dean
Brian Huff
01:36:07
Thank you everyone! This has been so helpful.
Jennifer Kramer
01:36:08
“We are humans and lets remember the human heart” I love that
Nicol Howard
01:36:08
Much love, light, and peace to all!
Hadley Ferguson
01:36:09
Thank you!!!
allyse mcneil
01:36:10
is there a follow up email to receive credit for PD?
Ken Shelton
01:36:12
So appreciate ALL of you!!!
Mary Webster
01:36:12
Thank you from Tennessee!!!
Rudy Escobar
01:36:15
Thank you all!
KathiSue Summers
01:36:20
Thank you for the learning opportunity.
Brenda Bass
01:36:20
Thank you so much! Best webinar yet!!
Leslie Fagin
01:36:20
Y'all are amazing! Thanks for sharing and giving us food for thought.
lizzette ruiz
01:36:24
Thank you everyone!
Tara Schneider
01:36:26
Thank you! This was so awesome! Stay healthy everyone! Take care of yourself, take care of your families, take care of others!
allyse mcneil
01:36:26
Cool Beans!
Wes Kriesel
01:36:28
Thank all of you for the conversation - and keeping the chat on fire!
Virginia Lowe
01:36:28
Thank you all very much!!
Ekaterina Budnik
01:36:33
many thanks! looking forward to recording)
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:36:34
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ISTEPLS
Allison M
01:36:36
So many warm fuzzies, thank you all!!
Joan Schlegelmilch
01:36:36
Thanks
allyse mcneil
01:36:42
Thank you all for your time
Suzanne D'Eon
01:36:47
Thank you all so much. It was truly amazing! I cannot wait to share with my team!!!
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:36:52
https://iste.zoom.us/webinar/register/7315856053636/WN_fkAt8l5URlOePIAvhNOOvA
Heidi Johnson
01:36:54
Thank you, this is what I needed to end my day and re-energize for the upcoming weeks/moonths!
Peggy George
01:37:00
yippee!!!! sketch notes next week!!!!
Valerie Lewis
01:37:03
Join us for our slowchat on Twitter at #ISTEDEPLN
Ken Shelton
01:37:06
Ha ha Bob Ross. There are no mistakes only happy accidents
Rudy Escobar
01:37:15
Will we get the invitation for next week?
Simon Helton - ISTE
01:37:23
You will, Rudy!
Casita Lynn
01:37:24
Thank you all for holding this webinar and sharing these resources!!
Katie Muhtaris
01:37:24
I loved having this hour away from my family as well.
Ken Shelton
01:37:25
Sharing support as well
Jennifer Kramer
01:37:34
thank you
Valerie Peters
01:37:34
Thank you!