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Creating Brave Spaces: Leveraging Student Voices for Social Action - Shared screen with speaker view
Michelle Patterson
18:17
Centering our students, rather than myself- powerful
Leticia Citizen
18:31
Good morning, Dr. Sawsan!! ❤️
Shahinaz Osman
18:39
Hello Iam Shahinaz from Sudan
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
19:03
Welcome everyone!
Rachel Riggio
19:28
Love “quiet places where hopes and dreams live”
Elizabeth Joyce
19:50
Elizabeth Joyce - North Carolina
Rachel Riggio
20:02
Love the quiet places where hopes and dreams live
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
20:05
A note about the chat: be sure to select "Everyone" from the dropdown to ensure everyone can see your messages!
Katy Tibbs
20:19
Centering the voices of our marginalized students at the forefront of our work. Disrupt white supremacy culture in our schools.
Raymond Mitchel Africa
20:38
Student voices are valid. What they feel and think that are translated in the classroom through thoughtful discussions should be addressed and acknowledged.
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
22:35
Please feel free to leave questions in the chat. If Sawsan doesn't answer them in the moment, we'll save them to bring back during Q&A at the end!
Shahinaz Osman
25:10
Students voices and the ease of been listened while you are Arab, Muslim & women needs concept of respecting diversity and inclusionthanks for sharing Sawsan
Lori Marsh
26:04
Long term visions when we are impacting are students are so important. They have to create a better world than the one we have.
Sheelagh Spooner
26:44
Will we be getting a copy of the slides?
Rachel Riggio
26:56
I love shaping scholars who can (and will) act on what they know!
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
27:45
@Sheelagh I'll double check with Sawsan, but we're usually able to share slides w/ the recording!
Lori Marsh
28:25
Love that: we are trained more to talk than to listen and we need to turn that around.
Michelle Patterson
31:04
As a Florida educator, the work has to be done here more than ever
Margret Atkinson
31:14
This is such great dialogue here — make sure you connect with others on Twitter and the @ISTECommunity account, too (https://twitter.com/ISTECommunity/status/1521538486775521280?s=20&t=_dtlSItxAHrURNt2Cki1jg)
Leticia Citizen
35:28
AMEN!!!!!! Spend that time building relationships and continue throughout the school year.
Leticia Citizen
35:53
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
36:13
That's amazing, that foundation of relationship building is so important
Leticia Citizen
36:22
They are seen, heard, involved, and ready to transform their perspective to learn more and grow.
Frank Devereaux
36:27
nice! getting below the surface level information. which really doesn't build connections
Christine Scoby
37:04
We usually spend a couple of days doing this. It would be good to spend more time setting the conversation for the year.
Michelle Patterson
37:05
Rather than the just seeing students by their 'leaves' (whats easily seen), we are knowing them at their 'roots' --like @Frank above- more than surface level!
Leticia Citizen
37:09
They are the drivers of their learning!
Raymond Mitchel Africa
37:14
Thsi is very true. The first few weeks in school is critical to build the long-term relationship that you will have with the students. Build connections and create a thoughtful and responsive learning space before the curriculum starts.
Rachel Riggio
37:15
Counter story telling is brilliant!
Elizabeth Joyce
37:35
💯💯💯
Leticia Citizen
37:48
Choice is key!
Jeri Sloane
37:57
I love this “work around” for avoiding the we-know-better-than-teachers politcal conversations.
Margret Atkinson
38:32
The Community Leaders are hosting a slow chat after this webinar (thank you, Dr. Jaber), so don’t forget to follow the @ISTECommunity handle and share all of your ideas https://twitter.com/ISTECommunity/status/1521531358711005184?s=20&t=_dtlSItxAHrURNt2Cki1jg
Jill Goyette
39:59
snap snap snap
Margret Atkinson
40:01
Dr. Jaber, this is so powerful. I am in awe.
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
40:02
❤️❤️❤️
Natasha Sales
40:18
👏
Shahinaz Osman
40:19
this is amazing poem😍
Michelle Patterson
40:21
wow....
Raymond Mitchel Africa
40:33
Such a deep and thoughtful story.
Raymond Mitchel Africa
41:53
Students love sharing their stories using TED-style talks.
Jamie Galgana
43:20
I love that you're working with a publisher to make your students’ poems more visible.
Lori Marsh
44:08
I use Google Sites as a digital portfolio and I am trying to encourage other teachers to do the same.
Leticia Citizen
44:27
LOVE YOU 😘
Shahinaz Osman
44:55
blogs is useful😍
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
46:11
So excited!!
Margret Atkinson
46:18
WOW!!
Therese Phillips
46:20
Thank you guys!!!
Sawsan Jaber
46:33
can everyone ere
Sawsan Jaber
46:35
hear
Jamie Galgana
46:40
Yes we can hear!
Leticia Citizen
46:40
yes
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
46:47
Yes!
Janeth Velazco
46:48
yes
Rachel Riggio
47:24
What a great way to tell a story! Wonderful!
Leticia Citizen
47:28
* snap snap*
Shahinaz Osman
47:38
😍
Cristina Alvayay
47:46
🥰
Leticia Citizen
47:51
YESSSS!!!!👏🏽👏🏽
Therese Phillips
47:52
I love this so much
Leticia Citizen
48:01
HIS story = NOT my story
Shahinaz Osman
48:03
👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
Lori Marsh
48:32
🥰 Truly amazing!
Jolie Gregoire
49:01
Very Powerful!!
Tara Suggs
49:28
"This isn't simile. I'm the real deal" 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
Leticia Citizen
49:42
YES, Tara… was about to type that!!!
Rachel Riggio
49:52
I loved that line too!
Michelle Patterson
50:00
So powerful
Natasha Sales
50:07
Bravo! Beautiful! Powerful! Fantastic! 👏 👏👏
Leticia Citizen
50:20
In a school full of mirrors, yet I don’t see myself!!!!
Jill Goyette
50:32
Amazing
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
50:34
snaps for these amazing artists!!!
Tara Barnhart
50:35
!!!!!
Therese Phillips
50:35
That line above. I will quote that forever
Brian Smith
50:36
Snaps snaps snaps!
Tara Suggs
50:43
That was extraordinary! Great job!
Jamie Galgana
50:43
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Allison Freed
50:45
👏
Allison Novotarski
50:47
Outstanding
Jamie Galgana
50:47
THANK YOU
Lori Marsh
50:47
👏👏👏👏
Leslie Rotondo
50:49
Thank you for sharing!!!!
Frank Devereaux
50:52
lovelovelove
Erin Scholes
50:53
thank you SO much for sharing!
Lucy SPENCER
50:57
🙌🙌🙌 so good.
L Quon
50:58
👏
Liza Torres
51:12
Thank you for sharing your story
Elizabeth Joyce
51:18
Glad to see students during a presentation. 🙂
Jill Goyette
51:40
So important to continue to look at the voices that are missing
Therese Phillips
52:02
They should present to other schools
Therese Phillips
52:56
Will we get a copy of this slide show?
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
53:03
No worries, you have time to finish up!
Christine Scoby
54:32
Thank you🙂
Lisa Cole
54:44
Thank you for sharing!
Leticia Citizen
54:53
From Safe to BRAVE
Jill Goyette
54:57
Thank you!!
Brian Smith
54:57
Great job! Thanks you!
Rachel Riggio
54:59
Love this so much!
Elizabeth Joyce
55:03
Thank you! And thank you for what you are doing for students! 🙂
Natasha Sales
55:11
THANK YOU! Marvelous Job!!!
Katy Tibbs
55:13
Thank you so much. That was incredible!
Irene Orozco
55:14
Thanks So much!
Shahinaz Osman
55:15
Brave spaces😍
L Quon
55:15
Merci!👏
Liza Torres
55:16
Love that change in mindset from “safe” to “BRAVE”
Jamie Galgana
55:17
You are incredible I appreciate you sharing Dr.Jaber
Allison Freed
55:18
Thank you!
Herson Cuellar
55:20
Thank you!
Leticia Citizen
55:21
Thanks, Doc!
Lori Marsh
55:26
Thank you so much!
Raymond Mitchel Africa
55:27
Thank you so much Dr. Jaber. It was a very wonderful and thought-provoking share.
Ronna Zigmand
55:28
Thank you!
Irene Orozco
55:28
Brave Spaces!
Lea Banister
55:41
Will you send us attendance certificate?
Therese Phillips
55:44
thanks
Shahinaz Osman
55:46
Thanks 🙏
Serena Scalzi
56:00
Thank you so much!'
Jill Goyette
56:08
Such a powerful presentation.
L Quon
56:09
will there be a recording of this
Liza Torres
56:13
Thank you so much for sharing!
Therese Phillips
56:13
Those last six steps thanks for them
Tara Suggs
56:17
Thank you so much for the good work you are doing. I am in awe by the courage and strength in voices of your students! So inspired!
Lea Banister
56:27
Thank you
Jamie Galgana
56:28
What recommendations do you have for those who develop pprofessional learning for other educators around edTech to integrate this work?
Michelle Patterson
56:37
Such important work- no questions, just so appreciative of you sharing
Therese Phillips
56:51
I am hoping to Speer head equity work in my district I hope to be able to reach out to you
Lori Marsh
57:17
What was the name and author of the last poem?
Jamie Galgana
57:29
Yes, SAMR! Love Ken Shelton too, thank you. Yes, creative communication and ISTE Standards for STudents.... Empowered Learner.
Leticia Citizen
57:40
Invitation to Brave Space
Leticia Citizen
57:45
Micky ScottBey Jones
Jamie Galgana
57:49
Yes
Leticia Citizen
58:20
YESSSS!!! Dr. Love - Spirit Murdering...
Leticia Citizen
58:50
We are traumatizing our students, experiencing Cultural Cannibalism EVERY. DAY!
Jamie Galgana
59:14
Wonderful suggestions, thank you.
Jamie Galgana
59:17
Yes, thank yoU!
Allison Novotarski
59:48
Thank you so much! This was excellent and very inspiring!
sandra massey
59:55
great time together - thanks!
Margret Atkinson
01:00:07
So powerful!!
Lisa Cole
01:00:07
Thank you!
Elizabeth Joyce
01:00:17
Thank you so much!
Leslie Rotondo
01:00:18
thank you! have a great end of year!
Margret Atkinson
01:00:19
YES, come to the slow chat, and there might even be a Twitter space!!
Jolie Gregoire
01:00:24
Thank you for sharing 🙂
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
01:00:34
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Irene Orozco
01:00:47
Thanks Lauren!
Lauren Kelly | She/Her
01:01:01
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Lauren Kelly | She/Her
01:01:18
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