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It’s All About Being Human … Online - Shared screen with speaker view
Dawn Hathaway
21:35
Hello from VA!
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
21:37
Hello from Israel!
Pam Cadena
21:48
Good morning from Southern California!
Arpi Lajinian
21:54
Hello from NJ
Frances Peterson-Murray
22:08
Hello everyone from Brooklyn NY
Janice Conger
22:13
Hello to everyone from Pennsylvania!
Donna Macdonald
22:15
Hi from Vermont!
Charles Treankler
22:15
Greetings from WI
Susan Allen
22:20
Hi from Lancaster, PA
Cheryl Kerison
22:20
Hello from hot and humid CT!
Joseph Hawes
22:21
Hello from Virginia!
Rebecca Mundo
22:22
Hello from California.
Angela DeHart
22:27
Hello from Ashburn, VA
Nessa Arnold
22:48
Good morning from Oregon!
Marvyn Anthony
23:01
Follow Cindy on Twitter!https://twitter.com/EthertonC
Marvyn Anthony
23:16
Thanks for joining us everyone!
Marvyn Anthony
24:00
Poll Link: https://www.menti.com/vupo52no1m
Marvyn Anthony
25:27
@Heidi 60 03 04
Marvyn Anthony
26:10
Wow look at that cloud
Courtney O'Keefe
26:49
Love mentimeter word clouds!
Angela DeHart
28:04
All images on screen are of white - diversity is important
Marvyn Anthony
29:06
OrangeSlice: https://gsuite.google.com/marketplace/app/orangeslice_teacher_rubric/852746965799
Cheryl Kerison
29:09
Good point, Angela.
Marvyn Anthony
29:31
@Angela - Absolutely. Thank you for pointing that out
Marvyn Anthony
29:58
Canvas: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-26537-how-do-i-use-a-rubric-to-grade-submissions-in-speedgrader
Marvyn Anthony
30:07
Schoology: https://support.schoology.com/hc/en-us/articles/201001513-Guide-to-Using-Rubrics
Courtney O'Keefe
30:23
Google Classroom also uses rubrics as well
Marvyn Anthony
30:36
Kaizena: https://www.kaizena.com/
Marvyn Anthony
32:31
@Erin - Most definitely. Resources will be shared with the recording of this webinar
Marvyn Anthony
33:32
Weekly announcement template: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1e11EXX-7CTbmkg4DNV1Mlkq6qihShWScZEW3Gc32JZI/edit?usp=sharing
Gloriann Heikes
34:13
Too much - I'm having a hard to helping teachers cut back. :)
Samantha Iliff
34:33
simplicity is great! non overwhelming for our students to view and interact with.
April DeGennaro
36:23
I thought the people were her (Cindy!)
Gloriann Heikes
36:38
One thing I learned is to put a link on the slide deck to a help form. You can have students or families fill it out and it will email you to notify you quickly that they are struggling. Simply a Help button linked to a google form (or whatever your LMS is)
Pam Cadena
37:43
Great idea, @Gloriann! Thank you for sharing!
Susan Allen
37:54
Love that idea @Gloriann!
Bryan Whitley-Grassi
37:57
If they don’t feel connected then they aren’t going to listen, especially those challenging kiddos.
PATIENCE UWAKWE
38:01
Thanks @Gloriann!
Samantha Iliff
38:16
Gloriann - good idea. I have a "Questions" topic in my Google Classrooms - one for private questions to teacher, and one for the students to help each other with. :-)
Lisa Miller
38:23
Love the picture:) My classroom has a frog theme!
Lisa Leaheey
38:26
Awesome suggestion, @Gloriann! Thank you!
Julianne Ross-Kleinmann
38:55
Sorry I missed U
Gloriann Heikes
39:09
You're welcome! I was so excited about this!!Here's an example in Seesaw! https://t.co/vZXY4973G7?amp=1
Janice Conger
39:54
Thanks, @Gloriann Hi April!
April DeGennaro
40:47
Hi Janice! Howzit?
Joseph Hawes
40:52
Thank you @Gloriann
Jane Martellino
41:03
I agree on making it personal and I did it through my dog and created #SEL messages for the whole school. Parents said it was the highlight of the day! Here’s an example: https://janemartellino.wixsite.com/maggiesmessages/post/4-7-20-something-that-made-me-stop-dead-in-my-tracks
Marvyn Anthony
41:07
@Carolyn - U is Use your voice and personality
Holly Ellman
41:20
@gloriann I’m SO excited about using the Help ticket on Seesaw!
Gloriann Heikes
41:21
We need to let students show their strengths! We can show our weaknesses and be humbled!
Gloriann Heikes
41:54
@Holly -Me TOO!!! I'm extending it to Google Classroom!!
Gloriann Heikes
42:22
I actually sent my students to other classrooms to help.
Marcie Donaldson
42:26
Great way to have students show leadership skills
Gloriann Heikes
42:27
They were 1st graders.
April DeGennaro
42:28
Kids love that! At my age, letting them take the lead is the easiest way - also good that it empowers them! ha ha ha!
Janice Conger
42:30
@April… Conger
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
43:03
@gloriann Help ticket on Seesaw = wonderful idea!!
Holly Ellman
43:34
MyTalkingPet App is a great way to connect to students. The kids LOVED it! I started every morning with a video of my dog or another animal making morning announcements. Later the kids scripted it.
Gloriann Heikes
43:57
@Holly - yes!
Marvyn Anthony
44:09
@Stephanie - M is Monitor and adjust
Julianne Ross-Kleinmann
44:19
Names are so important. Saying and spelling correctly.
Patricia Chung
45:09
I think I missed the H!
Jan Tunison
45:33
Do you have any strategies for the situation where students won’t turn on cameras?
Carol Ferguson
45:38
Will there be a recording of this webinar?
Gloriann Heikes
46:02
Could be bandwidth, too.
regina kenton
46:05
It’s human to give them autonomy to decide. At least in higher ed. You’re being invited into their home
Julianne Ross-Kleinmann
46:11
Sometimes it is a home insecurity
April DeGennaro
46:18
Our district suggested we set norms that include "dressing" (not pjs) and being in a setting that is conducive for school (not in bed.)
Carol Ferguson
46:27
I had a student that was shy. He would do it if he was only with me, but not for the class.
Anne Hebert
46:38
Sometimes no video can be because of bad wifi/bandwidth and trying to preserve audio quality
regina kenton
46:45
Or no cam
Patricia Chung
46:50
Love that response. We need to continue to show empathy for students’ situations and flexibility!
Priscila Fojan
47:05
Is Kaizena similar to Mote?
Joseph Hawes
47:34
I am using Google Meet and I want students to spend more time interacting with each other and not just listening to me or answering a question. How do I enable the students to be able to interact with each other more as they do in the classroom?
regina kenton
47:40
Yes, I love polls!
Carol Ferguson
47:41
Thank you
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
48:41
@Joseph Hawes Does Google Meet have an option like breakout rooms in Zoom?
Courtney O'Keefe
48:47
@ Joseph- Google Meet is looking into doing the breakout room format that is found in zoom. That could aid in small group instruction.
Arpi Lajinian
48:52
Many quiet students were more likely to use the google meet chat when the group was relatively large.
Gloriann Heikes
48:55
Meet is just introducing them!
Janice Conger
49:29
Can you share your link for the Wakelet?
Gloriann Heikes
49:32
Flipgrid is great for students just beginning to record themselves.
Marvyn Anthony
49:37
Chat and slides will be shared
Samantha Iliff
49:39
For practice with working on SEL skills, Nearpod has a lot of ready-made presentations that cover the CASEL competencies
Joseph Hawes
49:43
@Courtney That would be great! Any idea of when they will have it or a possible Beta?
April DeGennaro
49:43
Thank you for saying that! Students need to learn how to be human on line. We have to allow mistakes and failure for ourselves and them (Grace!)
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
50:15
@Samantha Can you share a link to these lessons?
Julianne Ross-Kleinmann
50:16
@April…hi and agree
Marcie Donaldson
50:18
Building class norms is critical to creating a safe and respectful online class.
Joseph Hawes
50:31
@Suasan. Not that I was able to find, but I just read that it is coming! Thanks.
Janice Conger
50:34
Agree @April!
April DeGennaro
50:58
My friend had her husband hide her laptop at 4 pm. She had such a problem going offline!
Rebecca Gerald
50:59
Yes, please share the Wakelet. I missed how you are using it? Crowd sourcing?
Lisa Leaheey
51:20
With this new shift in teaching and learning, we are often too harsh on ourselves because we’re used to being the experts in the room. We are ALL first-year teachers at this point; remember how forgiving you were to yourself in your first few years. Allow yourself some struggle now, and use those struggles to show your students it’s okay to make mistakes and how important it is to learn from them and move forward!
Gloriann Heikes
51:36
@April lol. I have a friend who has that happen at 10 pm!
Marcie Donaldson
51:41
Boundaries is something I will need to set. I had a difficult time not answering my students questions at any time. I may need to hide my computer.
April DeGennaro
52:10
@Gloriann She uses a timer, too!
Gloriann Heikes
52:24
Nice!
April DeGennaro
52:35
Are you saying Calendly?
regina kenton
52:42
Yes Calendly
Marvyn Anthony
53:01
Calendly - https://calendly.com/pages/features
April DeGennaro
53:26
Thank you! I also have a HUGE desk calendar! Can it include that? :)
Gloriann Heikes
53:42
We use https://youcanbook.me/
Julianne Ross-Kleinmann
53:45
silly @April
regina kenton
54:22
I think the free version isn’t as great though. I was limited in how many meetings you can set up. Thanks Marvyn!
Quin Charity
54:28
You need to set boundaries with not only students and parents, but faculty and admins, too, especially if you are someone who works with everyone. It’s hard to balance, and I haven’t figured it out.
Gloriann Heikes
54:33
I have a teacher who has a block of "study hall" time for his 3rd graders. The students/families love it!
Marcie Donaldson
55:00
@Quin Charity - You are so right! I have a hard time doing that, too.
Courtney O'Keefe
55:07
Grace!
regina kenton
55:28
Amen! Grace. Thank you
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
55:34
I had daily “Drop In” time which worked well.
April DeGennaro
55:34
Yeah...our district "assigned" training in Schoology and Virtual Course 101. The "encouragement" was so we didn't have to do it the first week of school. I did not think that respected our summer.
April DeGennaro
56:15
And ironically the training was about voice and choice in STUDENT learning. :)
Len Scrogan
56:16
In talking with kids and adult learners (both) one thing we can do to humanize our remote learning is to reduce the sheer amount of online busywork. Whatcha think?
Gloriann Heikes
56:48
I had some teachers last year who were only comfortable with 2. Google Classroom and Meet.
regina kenton
56:50
Yes!!! Especially new tools that you AND your students have to learn AND SUPPORT. Instructors are the expert in the learning environment, not the tech
Rebecca Gerald
56:50
Yes! KISS! "Keep it simple silly" :-)
Gloriann Heikes
56:57
That was enough. :)
Pam Cadena
57:05
@Len--I agree with you. Kids need more time interacting with each other than busywork
Gloriann Heikes
57:09
KISS! Love it!!
Arpi Lajinian
57:12
Less is more! Thank you.
Quin Charity
57:19
@Len Scrogan — I wholeheartedly agree. Fewer topics with more choice and deeper learning.
Jean Ornelaz
57:21
@Len Absolutely!!
Marvyn Anthony
58:09
Lol I like that, Agnes!
Janice Conger
59:52
Love it! What…
Leigh Zeitz
01:00:43
Gloriann, how does your teacher-friend’s Study Hall work?
Ronda Blevins
01:00:47
Twitter is an awesome way to network quickly.
Lori Marsh
01:00:53
Tweetdeck is my favorite.
Leigh Zeitz
01:01:08
There are useful UDL groups on Facebook too.
Marvyn Anthony
01:01:12
Cindy’s twitter: https://twitter.com/EthertonC
regina kenton
01:01:40
http://udlguidelines.cast.org/ is my go to
Lisa Leaheey
01:01:54
TweetDeck is fantastic for keeping up with hashtags, users, and Twitter chats! Can’t live without it!
Rebecca Gerald
01:02:23
TweetDeck scares me! But I'm going to try! :-)
Gloriann Heikes
01:02:27
@Regina Thanks!
Lisa Leaheey
01:02:46
@Rebecca — one column at a time :) It auto-updates and keeps everything together for you.
Rebecca Gerald
01:03:13
Thanks @Lisa!
Jan Tunison
01:03:32
Do you have suggestions for being human in breakout rooms … which may or may not be monitored?
Julianne Ross-Kleinmann
01:03:55
I love this image…add your name I would love to tweet
Joseph Hawes
01:04:19
Thanks!
Leigh Zeitz
01:04:48
I just found a “Google Meet Attendees & Breakout Rooms” extension for Chrome that was released on June 30
Gina OBryan
01:04:58
udl
Angela DeHart
01:05:30
How can you use the pandemic as a means to illustrate your content so that you can do 2 things at a time
Lindzy Bivings
01:05:32
Can you pleas share that article, or the title so I can look it up?
Jane Martellino
01:06:00
At the elementary level we can’t use the breakout rooms since the students would be unattended.
Gloriann Heikes
01:06:02
Not sure how the STudy Hall totally works. I think he just sets up a Google Meet and kids come to it if they have homework help, or just need SEL connections.
Courtney O'Keefe
01:06:17
CASEL.org is a great SEL resource
Brenda Davis
01:06:44
There are some ways to blend SEL with content …keep that in mind too
Angela DeHart
01:06:47
I have open meeting that students can come to, if they want, and talk - they need time to talk with adults in the room
Vanessa Reinhardt
01:06:51
@leigh do you have the release from that extension?
Vanessa Reinhardt
01:06:57
I would love to get more information
Leigh Zeitz
01:06:58
Thanks, Goriann. I have started calling my time for students as “Student Hours.” That way they know that it is created for them.
Gloriann Heikes
01:07:22
@Leigh yes! Sounds good!
Angela DeHart
01:07:45
@Leigh - nice!
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
01:07:52
I suggest Empatico
Samantha Iliff
01:07:58
@Leigh - LOVE THAT!
Brenda Davis
01:08:02
@Leigh, beautiful idea…that’s blending SEL with content!
Quin Charity
01:08:02
@Jane Martinelli if you have two devices, you can sign in as a different person on the second device and split the class (if your class is small enough). You can also have a co host do the same.
Lisa Miller
01:08:04
@Leigh Love that!
Gloriann Heikes
01:08:31
@Susan I LOVE Empatico!! Super organization and great way to connect students
April DeGennaro
01:08:56
Belouga is an awesome site to check out!
Gloriann Heikes
01:08:58
I've become the bitmoji queen at my school.
JILL VANDERBAAN
01:09:05
Thank you for this presentation!! Great info!!
Leigh Zeitz
01:09:08
Don’t know how to send a link, but you can find it in the Extensions section of Chrome by that name.
Pam Cadena
01:09:10
Thank you!
Brian Thomas
01:09:16
Great work Cindy, thank you for all your fantastic insight.
Bryan Whitley-Grassi
01:09:17
Thanks!
Claudia Revenko-Bowen
01:09:19
thank you!
Cindy Martinez
01:09:19
Thank you! Great info!
Shantel Scott
01:09:19
Awesome! Thank you!
regina kenton
01:09:21
Thanks so much, Cindy!
Arpi Lajinian
01:09:22
Thank you!
Ronda Blevins
01:09:22
Thank you!
Gloriann Heikes
01:09:23
Thank you so much for this webinar! Great resources!!
Courtney O'Keefe
01:09:23
Thank you :)
Leigh Zeitz
01:09:23
Thank you for sharing your ideas. This will be useful.
Kevin Smart
01:09:24
Thank you for your time
Lisa Leaheey
01:09:25
Thank you for these wonderful tips. It’s great to recenter and remember that these concepts are very basic! :)
Rebecca Mundo
01:09:25
Thank you so much! This was very helpful.
Rebecca Gerald
01:09:26
Thank you!
Lisa Miller
01:09:27
Thank you!
Frances Maye
01:09:28
Thank you
Linda Murphy
01:09:30
thank you
April DeGennaro
01:09:30
Thank you! I'm stalking you on twitter right now!
Vanessa Reinhardt
01:09:31
Thanks!
Baily Dizdar
01:09:31
Thank you very much!
Jennifer Janzen
01:09:31
Thank you!
Susan Weitzman-Trifman
01:09:32
Thank you!
Christine Eustice
01:09:32
Thank you
Yarel Marshall
01:09:32
Thank you! Great ideas and information!
Janet Perez
01:09:33
Thank you!
Linda Dickeson
01:09:33
Thanks for sharing your expertise!
Ira Ehrlich
01:09:33
Thanks Cindy!!
Quin Charity
01:09:34
Thank you, Cindy!
Janice Conger
01:09:34
Thank you Cindy! Great stuff!
Jan Tunison
01:09:35
Thanks for so freely and humanly sharing!
Cindy Etherton
01:09:36
Thank YOU!
clynn
01:09:36
thank you Cindy!!
Baily Dizdar
01:09:36
Have great day
Lori Marsh
01:09:37
Thank you, this was great.!
regina kenton
01:09:38
Thanks Marvyn!
PATIENCE UWAKWE
01:09:40
THANK YOU!!!
Brenda Davis
01:09:42
This has been great! I grateful for your work ISTE presenters MsCindy and MrMarvyn
Ann Baum
01:09:45
Thank you Cindy!
Cheryl Kerison
01:09:45
Thank you!
Elsa Ruiz
01:09:46
thanks!
Victoria Baba
01:09:49
Thank you
Tammy Hedgepeth
01:09:49
Thank you!
Dawn Hathaway
01:09:52
Thank you so much Cindy! Thank you Marvyn!
Marcie Donaldson
01:09:52
Amazing presentation. Thank you for sharing all your knowledge. This was wonderful!
Marvyn Anthony
01:09:56
Expert webinar survey:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ExpertWebinars
Miriam Tobola
01:09:57
Thank you!
Ariel Jespersen
01:09:58
Thank you Cindy and Marvyn
Adam Schechter
01:09:59
Thank you!
Ann Baum
01:09:59
Thanks Marvyn!
Quin Charity
01:10:02
A lot to reflect upon.
Marrian McKay
01:10:07
Thanks so much. Great presentation
Rebecca Mundo
01:10:12
Thank you Cindy and Marvyn!
Joseph Hawes
01:10:23
Thank you! I learned things from you guys.
Marvyn Anthony
01:10:26
Reduced ISTE membership! https://info.iste.org/join-iste-today
Lois Vail
01:10:30
Thank you for the GREAT informstion!!
Jeanne Roy
01:10:31
Good information…thank you!!
Leigh Zeitz
01:10:35
Does that include the summer workshops? The membership
Cindy Martinez
01:10:43
I joined during the Digital Storytelling trainings. Love ISTE!
Nessa Arnold
01:10:49
Thank you.
Angela DeHart
01:10:51
Can you put the survey link in again
Marvyn Anthony
01:10:53
Annual member survey:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SHRZCMX
Lori Marsh
01:11:09
Can we share this with co-workers?
Sharon DeWitt
01:11:14
Thank you so much Cindy and Marvyn!
clynn
01:11:14
Marvin, thank you for hosting and sending out info!
Rachel Holloway
01:11:16
thank you so very much!
Marvyn Anthony
01:11:26
https://iste.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ST0qQYf5Rs2OxFpGUnAh8Q
Zee Poeiro
01:11:29
Thanks to you both!
Cindy Etherton
01:11:29
Please feel free to share. :)
Courtney O'Keefe
01:11:35
Thank you!!!
Tanya Zurita Carrillo
01:11:36
Thank you
Carol Ferguson
01:11:51
Thank you. This was wonderful!
Holly Ellman
01:12:06
Thank you!!
Marvyn Anthony
01:12:24
Thanks for attending everyone!