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Increasing Student Engagement Through Action Research and Evidence-Based Practices Part 6 - Shared screen with speaker view
john.biafore
41:26
John Biafore all well in Venetie.
Donald
41:38
As usual, I still have students with me
john.biafore
52:07
John Biafore The role of mentor.
Donald
52:18
I knew, after last night’s video experience that I would have no success today unless I started with a smile.
Donald
55:53
My students think you putting me through my laces is hilarious
john.biafore
59:19
John Biafore/feedback creates stronger success in subject matter.
Laura Richardson
01:00:52
Start simple! I like that…and appreciate it a TON as I wrap up a first year in a new grade level, new content, primary vs intermediate… whew!
theresa cowden
01:01:56
One bite is right!
Patty States
01:02:03
No sandwiches!
theresa cowden
01:02:06
I say too much
Jane Bulovsky
01:02:06
Frequency--finding the sweetspot
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
01:02:07
the sh*t sandwhich is not the best way to give feedback
Alyssa Stucky
01:02:07
Focus on one thing!
Anna Mekki
01:02:08
That it is rather a gift than a punishment
Lindsay STURM
01:02:09
Data is neither positive or negative, it’s just information
Rafael Gallont
01:02:10
Make feedback work for the person who is receiving the feedback.
Heather Stossmeister
01:02:10
Specific Feedback not Generic
Karl Schleich
01:02:11
A concept from Feedback you ant to remember is……..
Noad_Samantha
01:02:12
Talk to others about how things went! constructive criticism doesn’t have to be scary
Christine Kleinhenz
01:02:13
The phrase "Something I noticed was..."
Elizabeth Storey
01:02:15
One size does not fit all
Laura Richardson
01:02:17
I want to dig in a little more into FAN—The Fine Art of Noticing. Noticing without judgement or agenda, just NOTICE things asa form of feedback.
Rafael Gallont
01:02:20
keep it simple
Kathryn Connell
01:02:21
Focus on specifics
Frances Weiss
01:02:23
Feedback needs to be from someone you trust… need to building trusting relationships with students and colleagues to have more meaningful feedback experiences
john.biafore
01:02:28
John Biafore/ Every student can go further in a subject area if feedback is used correctly.
glaser_sarah
01:02:29
One size does not fit all
Jamie Phan
01:02:37
Focus on specifics; not too lengthy
Jen Booz
01:02:53
specific meaningful feedback
Katie Henderson
01:03:01
Focus on specifics and on one concept to help improve things vs. overwhelming amounts of feedback
glaser_sarah
01:06:13
I provided so many more choral opportunities rather than relying heavily on individual
Karl Schleich
01:06:14
What did you notice about your own OTR’s this past week?
Jen Booz
01:06:14
I give quite a few OTR but most are individual
Noad_Samantha
01:06:29
teaching 4-year olds, I found myself giving mostly individual and choral question/responses because our class size is so small this year
Kathryn Connell
01:06:31
I noticed that I started giving my students more opportunities to respond using more writing on their whiteboards especially with math
Lindsay STURM
01:06:35
It varies a lot depending on the subject or task
Jane Bulovsky
01:06:36
Definitely more conscious, but I was more patient and waited instead of just saying the answer if there is non-response
Anna Mekki
01:06:39
I struggled to find specific reflections, but I am more aware of how often and what kinds I give
Heather Stossmeister
01:06:40
I noticed that I increased the group responses and partner responses instead of just individual or class responses.
Orien Schmitz
01:06:41
I need to give more OTR.
Rafael Gallont
01:06:50
Mostly coral opportunities to respond
Jamie Phan
01:06:57
I need to include more group talks so that more are talking/sharing
john.biafore
01:06:58
John Biafore I went 37 positive/ 5 negative. This week.
Katie Henderson
01:07:03
I have been looking for more opportunities to respond chorally, even though opportunities to respond individually are all I can really evaluate in remote asynchronous learning
theresa cowden
01:07:13
Gave more times to join in
Jen Booz
01:07:23
we have been doing whiteboards a lot recently too
Donald
01:07:39
My opportunities to respond were more opportunities to expound on things myself. I need to add more auditory signals for pair share work.,
Amy
01:07:41
I was on Quarantine but today I was back! I noticed that I went back to my "normal" response. It is hard to keep at it! But the kids deserve it!
Katie Henderson
01:08:05
I have been trying to diversify the ways that I get kids to respond to increase OTC
Kristin Henke
01:08:26
I’ve been more mindful about responding specifically instead of generally.
Jayson Guerrero
01:09:11
I become more conscious because sometimes I talk too much and impatient waiting for students to give the correct answer. The classroom becomes more “student-centered” .
Anna Mekki
01:10:54
We’ve been using a phonemic awareness program that requires hand motions as well as vocal response, it is very effective
john.biafore
01:19:08
John Biafore In Native Language choral response is very important and reinforcing.
Laura Richardson
01:20:10
What a fascinating job!
john.biafore
01:27:41
OTR working very well in Speech classes. SPED
Laura Richardson
01:30:24
Such good stuff!!!
john.biafore
01:32:25
John Biafore,, best lawyer use silence between questions as an art.
john.biafore
01:33:46
John Biafore, pausing is needed in a land where I am a guest of another culture.
glaser_sarah
01:39:08
Effective paraphrasing
Karl Schleich
01:39:15
What did you notice in the conversation?
Donald
01:39:18
You have to be an activ3e listener
Amy
01:39:19
engagement with each other
emily ault
01:39:20
Paraphrasing
Jen Booz
01:39:20
good questions
Jane Bulovsky
01:39:21
Lots of listening on your part, then good paraphrasing
Laura Richardson
01:39:23
“What I heard you say you were proud of is…” paraphrasing
Frances Weiss
01:39:24
Nonjudgemental
glaser_sarah
01:39:26
no autobiographical responses
Elizabeth Storey
01:39:27
Summing up what she said
Anna Mekki
01:39:28
You restated in short what Diana said in detail
Rafael Gallont
01:39:30
long pauses to listen
emily ault
01:39:34
Questions directly related to her
Heather Stossmeister
01:39:34
VAmiable.
Heather Stossmeister
01:39:51
Amiable
john.biafore
01:40:00
John Biafore you summarized the words.
Christine Kleinhenz
01:40:05
The second question asked for more information about the answer.
Katie Henderson
01:40:08
Posing new question as a follow-up to make reflections deeper on her accomplishment
Elizabeth Storey
01:47:54
I wasn’t thinking about what I was going to say, I just listened
Karl Schleich
01:47:54
Something you noticed in that conversation was.....
Christine Kleinhenz
01:47:56
Summarizing in the moment was hard.
Anna Mekki
01:47:58
It was affirmative and felt good
Jane Bulovsky
01:47:58
Being silent and not engaging in a conversation really honed in my listening skills
Rafael Gallont
01:48:02
I jumped rom the first question to the second one. I noticed that I needed to paraphrase the responses to the first question.
Orien Schmitz
01:48:03
My challenges could be even more challenging!
Donald
01:48:03
I was all alone and had three way conversation with myself
Laura Richardson
01:48:09
I was “coaching” and knowing I should follow up with a question made me listen harder
Jen Booz
01:48:12
it was a good way to focus on an issue instead of normal conversational norms
glaser_sarah
01:48:18
I was the coachee - my coach did a wonderful job. It is not so easy to make that role feel natural but it is so effective
Noad_Samantha
01:48:21
It can be tough to not relate it back to your own experiences
john.biafore
01:48:54
John Biafore well informed teacher assisted mr in this exercise.
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
01:49:03
having to really think about the goals and what I have to say as the coach is difficult for me.
glaser_sarah
01:49:29
I know that I am a fixer - I offer too many solutions when they’re not needed.
Laura Richardson
01:49:54
Dang you’re good! (* days vs 15 min) :-)
Orien Schmitz
02:04:16
Thank you!
Amy
02:04:28
nice!!
Diana Kurka
02:13:26
1
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:13:26
2
Rafael Gallont
02:13:28
2
Heather Stossmeister
02:13:32
2. Awesome!
theresa cowden
02:13:32
2
Christine Kleinhenz
02:13:37
1. it gets easier to summarize with practice
john.biafore
02:13:38
Anna expanded, and Jane was consist,,,,3
glaser_sarah
02:13:48
3 - I was the observer and I noticed how extremely difficult it was not to relate common experiences…especially considering what a frustrating year this was. I also think teachers need a good opportunity just to vent right now - goodness!
Jane Bulovsky
02:13:49
1: I found I was able to really focus on what she was saying about her experience. I really understood her.
Elizabeth Storey
02:13:50
The breakout room didn’t work :(
Jamie Phan
02:13:50
1…..it was hard to remind myself to not interrupt; to let the coachee explain/give more detail.
Diana Kurka
02:13:51
Loved having some prompts!
Noad_Samantha
02:13:51
1/3
Anna Mekki
02:13:52
2, it felt good to be heard and hear the reflection
Frances Weiss
02:14:01
1… I like the questions from the page how they are able to be used with any situation…good reflection
Orien Schmitz
02:14:01
I was the coachee. It was fun to talk and reflect.
Katie Henderson
02:14:02
1- It was good to be a coach and practice active listening, but it was hard to interrupt the coachee in order to practice paraphrasing and ask meditative questions
theresa cowden
02:14:02
Fun to express strengths and weaknesses
Donald
02:14:07
2 and my coach helped me draw out the things I missed in my observations
Karl Schleich
02:14:09
3; I had the honor of watching two colleagues explore teaching in thoughtful, validating ways!!!! Bravo Toby and Katie.
john.biafore
02:14:09
John Biafore #3 team was effective.
Amy
02:14:12
I apologize I am having internet issues... Had to log out and sign back in TWICE!
Lindsay STURM
02:14:14
Coach - Like a natural conversation
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:14:14
It was nice to have someone to listen to my challenges in my classroom.
Jane Bulovsky
02:14:18
Yes, not interrupting was difficult :)
Rafael Gallont
02:14:22
2. It was a very good opportunity for me to reflect on my teaching practices.
emily ault
02:14:24
1 it’s was important to validate how the choachee was feeling after observing themselves because they felt bad about their lesson but to change the narrative and show him that he took that info and choose to be better
Liza’s iPad
02:14:52
Fran and I had similar experiences… But we both learn from then
Jane Bulovsky
02:23:54
I can't use my recordings because I teach online asynchronously so no response for me to record.
Jayson Guerrero
02:25:54
The students are now Juniors here in Gambell under my Precalculus class.
john.biafore
02:28:40
John Biafore Correct academic response, good way to motivate students.
Melissa - Tech Host
02:32:13
Survey Link 6: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M2Q89ZV
Amy
02:34:59
thank you!!!!! SPECIFIC Feedback@
Orien Schmitz
02:35:00
Teacher clarity!
theresa cowden
02:35:08
Keep improving
Karl Schleich
02:35:08
one thing to remain mindful of is.....
Noad_Samantha
02:35:13
specific positive feedback!!
Christine Kleinhenz
02:35:16
more specific feedback
Anna Mekki
02:35:17
Remain open to feedback
Jane Bulovsky
02:35:20
Feedback that is specific
glaser_sarah
02:35:21
Opportunities to respond and ROI - couldn’t choose just one
Laura Richardson
02:35:27
Data is data. Neither good nor bad...it’s a point of info
Frances Weiss
02:35:29
Continued reflection as a teacher and specific feedback
emily ault
02:35:31
Continue recording and reflecting. Positive interactions
Lindsay STURM
02:35:32
Don’t dread feedback opportunities
Rafael Gallont
02:35:34
Be open to feedback
Heather Stossmeister
02:35:39
I want to continue the practice of videoing myself and using these lenses to evaluate myself.
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:36:02
to always be giving specific positive interactions and feedback to all and specific students.
Elizabeth Storey
02:36:06
State expectations at the beginning of class
Donald
02:36:07
I want to not shelve this information. I want to make sure I am the guy I want to be
Jayson Guerrero
02:36:14
Take feed back constructively to improve my personally and professionally
john.biafore
02:36:42
John Biafore/ I like the use of Correct academic response, well tailored class, a great help to a global teacher, in a global world. My best John Biafore
Rafael Gallont
02:37:10
Thank you for everything Karl
Anna Mekki
02:37:11
Thank you Karl for motivating, guiding and encouraging me to do more.
Diana Kurka
02:37:22
All the information about the paper is on the discussion site. email me if you have any questions.