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AAHTF Summer Institute Opening Day General Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Richard Novo
44:39
hello everyone. logging in from Miami, FL
Joline Gugliemino
44:55
Hello - from Niceville Florida (NW panhandle)
Brian Knighton
45:04
Hello! Greetings from Moultrie, Georgia! My name is Brian Knighton. Glad to be here!
P00007391
45:28
Hello! I am from Boca Raton, FL
Richard Lind
46:44
hello from Marion county florida
Richard Lind
47:27
Hi from bellview
Shakisha
47:33
I am Shakisha and I work in Broward County, FL.
Crystalyn Williams
47:47
North Miami, Florida. Good Afternoon. 1 word: hopeful
P00007391
47:52
Exciting!
IVANKA CRESPO
48:18
Joyful
Brian Knighton
48:21
Excited!!
Joline Gugliemino
48:33
Excited!!!
Jason Fernandez
48:40
Hello tuning in from Broward County, FL. Excited!
bernadette.kelley@famu.edu
48:47
aahtfevents.com
Lindsey Johnson
49:00
Here is the survey for those having trouble finding it: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JHRV2T2
Sasha Bass
49:14
My name is Sasha Bass from Jacksonville, FL
Shakisha
49:18
EXCITED!!!
Cynthia
49:23
Cynthia Lyles Miami Excited
Sasha Bass
49:23
Motivated
Teresa Paul
49:44
From Indianapolis, IN. Eager!
Deanna Rodriguez
49:49
Hello from Miami!
Brittany Young
50:09
Hello from Gainesville, FL!
Nadelyn Crawford
50:21
Good Afternoon, I bring greetings from Miami, FL. I am motivated!
Joan Morrison-Samuda
50:25
Good Afternoon. Joan from the 305!!!
bernadette.kelley@famu.edu
50:28
https://www.aahtfevents.com/
Briana Smith
50:29
Hello from Ocala, FL! I'm so excited about this!
IVANKA CRESPO
50:45
survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JHRV2T2
Alan Bannister
50:48
Hello from Toledo Ohio
Joan Saint-Hilaire
50:49
hello from south miami
Jacki Clark
50:51
Excited and eager to learn, from Ft. White!
Dr. A. Ghansah
51:13
Hellp to everyone.
Uta H. Tomlinson
51:33
I'm so excited about this event. Greetings from Broward County, FL.
Clark Mattison
51:51
Thank you!
Nancy Thrower
52:05
Thank you Dr. Kelly
P00007391
52:05
Thank you Dr. Kelly
Louis Bonsteel
52:14
eager to learn from Southern California!
Sebastian Iturriaga
52:14
Thank you all!
Dr. A. Ghansah
52:22
Greetings to everyone! Eager to learn!! from Tampa, FL
IVANKA CRESPO
53:01
Remember to complete the pre-conference survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JHRV2T2
Antonyatt Hill
53:50
Hello from Orlando, FL.
Dr. Andrea Oliver
57:43
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JHRV2T2
Dr. Andrea Oliver
57:50
Pre session survey link.
Jacki Clark
58:20
Is this the same pre-conference survey that is on the Whova app?
Dr. Andrea Oliver
58:40
Yes
Katie Kiefaber
58:56
WOOT WOOT! Very excited!
Jacki Clark
59:02
Thank you, Dr. Oliver!
Briana Smith
59:19
I'm so excited about this!!!
Brittany Young
59:21
I'M EXCITED!
IVANKA CRESPO
59:26
Yes, it is the same survey
Christopher Hay
59:49
I am very excited about changing lives in my community.
Dr. Andrea Oliver
59:58
Well said, Vivian.
Joan Saint-Hilaire
01:00:28
power
Robin Greene
01:01:05
This is great!
Christopher Hay
01:01:42
VOTE!!!
Christopher Hay
01:02:22
POWER IS IN THE HANDS OF THE PEOPLE!!!
Richard Novo
01:02:28
we all need it!
Robin Greene
01:02:36
Yes! I work in a majority white school and I try to implement African American History as much as possible
Deanna Rodriguez
01:02:54
I definitely do!
IVANKA CRESPO
01:02:54
I DO!
Boyko
01:02:55
I do and I want to learn More!!
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
01:02:55
Yes I do!!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
01:02:56
Yes, I do.
Richard Novo
01:02:56
I want to learn more to make n impact.
Demika Jackson
01:02:57
I do
Lisa Nichols
01:02:58
I want to make an impact and I want to learn more!
Brittany Young
01:02:58
I want to learn more to make and impact
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
01:03:00
YES!
Robin Greene
01:03:01
I do!
Sasha Bass
01:03:04
I DO....
Briana Smith
01:03:05
I absolutely do!
Jacki Clark
01:03:05
I am here to learn!
Clark Mattison
01:03:06
Yes!
Nadelyn Crawford
01:03:06
I want and need to learn more.
Sebastian Iturriaga
01:03:06
Yes, I do!
Cynthia
01:03:08
YESS I do
Matthew Kaye
01:03:08
I do!
Dr. Andrea Oliver
01:03:10
I learned from the best mentor teacher, @Althoria Pickett!
Brian Knighton
01:03:10
I want to learn more to make an impact!!!
Nancy Thrower
01:03:12
I want to learn more and make a greater positive impact
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
01:03:15
I want to incorporate more African American literature in my English class!
Katie Kiefaber
01:03:18
I do!
Tina Stump
01:03:19
I want to learn more in order to make an impact.
WENDY BRICE
01:03:23
I certainly do want and need to learn more.
P00007391
01:03:25
African American must be a core course in Social Studies!
Antonyatt Hill
01:03:34
I do
Avis Esters-Bennett
01:04:10
thank you for your energy!!
lajean reed
01:08:09
I need the WHOVA invitation code as a backup to zoom
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:10:07
So thrilled to be on this call with all of you.
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:11:32
Absolutely...
Vanessa Lagunas
01:12:49
@Lajean Reed - > aahdu
Liesa Jordet
01:20:03
k12 teacher
Teresa Paul
01:20:07
I'm a first grade teacher.
Antonyatt Hill
01:20:14
K12
Sebastian Iturriaga
01:20:14
k-12 teacher
Vincent Flournoy
01:20:18
k-12 Teacher
Sasha Bass
01:20:20
K12 Teacher
Brittany Young
01:20:22
k12 teacher
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:20:22
K-12 Teacher and college professor
Tina Stump
01:20:23
Kindergarten teacher
Robin Greene
01:20:25
6-12 Teacher
Richard Lind
01:20:27
K 12
Briana Smith
01:20:32
I can't see the poll, but I'm a K-12 teacher.
Joan Saint-Hilaire
01:20:34
first grade teacher
Alexandra Thomas
01:20:34
K-12 Teacher
Katie Kiefaber
01:20:36
k12
Lisa Nichols
01:20:37
Vice Principal on special Assignment
Jared Hancock
01:20:37
K-6 music teacher
Jason Fernandez
01:20:38
K-12 Teacher
Veronica Martin
01:20:40
Middle School ELA Educator
Jacki Clark
01:20:43
K12 teacher
Crystalyn Williams
01:20:43
K-12
Christopher Hay
01:20:44
k12
Apryl Freeman
01:20:45
Can't see poll
Helen Maffett
01:20:47
High School Teacher
Laurna Pascal
01:20:49
9-12
Nancy Thrower
01:20:51
School Board Member
Claudine James
01:20:51
K-12 ELA Teacher in AR
Chris Salone
01:20:55
Counselor
Christopher Hay
01:20:56
k12
Vincent Flournoy
01:20:59
3rd grade to be exact
Devin Garcia
01:21:02
Middle School Teacher
Deborah Jones-Allen
01:21:12
Counselor
Laurna Pascal
01:21:27
Where is the poll?
Corrine Richardson
01:21:46
9th through 12th
Corrine Richardson
01:22:07
Did not find the poll
Jared Hancock
01:22:23
I lead staff mindfulness sessions at school.
Andrea Creary
01:22:38
Yes I would like to learn a variety of resources and strategies.
Boyko
01:22:38
Almost every lesson I teach I try to incorporate a personal connection to them and their lives as well as how they deal with situations similiar
Vanessa Lagunas
01:22:49
I always start with Journal entry bell ringers
Christopher Hay
01:22:49
Making myself available to my students.
Brittany Young
01:22:49
Morning Meetings with my studentse
Joline Gugliemino
01:22:52
I check in with students as they come into class
Jacki Clark
01:22:52
I spend as much time counseling my students as I do teaching them; because every one of my students has my personal cell phone number. I end each year with a Kindness Project that every student takes with them forever.
Tina Stump
01:22:52
I do wellness checks with my students daily. If they are preoccupied, they will not learn.
lajean reed
01:22:52
i take time to remove myself from all to meditate and check-in with family
Antonyatt Hill
01:22:54
calming music and open communication.
Teresa Paul
01:23:00
At our school, we use SecondStep everyday to teach SEL lessons.
Corrine Richardson
01:23:00
I teach growth mind set vs entitlement and the need for grit -
Shakisha
01:23:02
music
Alexandra Thomas
01:23:02
Daily and weekly practices such as meditation and breathing. Goal setting and planning. Start each class with a question that is reflective for the students (hopefully)
Airalisha
01:23:08
Taking time to check in with students
Christopher Hay
01:23:19
Allowing my students to be themselves.
Joan Morrison-Samuda
01:23:20
I like to start my day with prayer. At the job I talk to my students about current events and personal life.
Joan Saint-Hilaire
01:23:21
music
Laurna Pascal
01:23:28
Edmodo.com Check-Ins
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
01:23:30
wellness checks — 5-10 min chats at end of class
Joan Saint-Hilaire
01:23:30
stretching activities
Vincent Flournoy
01:23:54
working out
Nancy Thrower
01:24:00
Empowering our educators so they have the resources to make learning meaningful for all
Christopher Hay
01:24:03
Allowing my students to vent!!!
Mickey Garrett
01:24:07
local music w/news
Briana Smith
01:24:11
I use it first to be aware of my own emotional wellness, because I can't pour from an empty cup. I "check-in" with myself and make adjustments when needed, through prayer, journaling/coloring, or excercise. With my students I check in with them daily, making myself available if they need a listening ear.
Deborah Jones-Allen
01:24:13
Wellness Check -ins'
Corrine Richardson
01:24:28
Mindfulness exercises before class starts and sometimes after a challenging lesson
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:24:37
Yes, Knowledge of self is very important!
Veronica Martin
01:26:42
Wellness Check-in
Tim Girard
01:27:01
Please take part in the review. Vote with your voice... Thanks!
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:27:30
Metacognition....
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:32:06
Everyone can't see the poll.
Demika Jackson
01:32:23
Yes
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:32:31
Can't see the poll...
Joy Murphy
01:32:33
No
Sasha Bass
01:32:34
No
Crystalyn Williams
01:32:36
no
Briana Smith
01:32:38
No
Alexandra Thomas
01:32:40
yes- cannot see poll
Sebastian Iturriaga
01:32:41
no
Veronica Martin
01:32:46
Yes
Devin Garcia
01:32:49
no
Teresa Paul
01:32:50
no
Bernadette Lane
01:32:51
no
Christopher Hay
01:32:51
no
Antonyatt Hill
01:32:52
can't see the poll but yes I heard about it.
Jacki Clark
01:32:53
I use the data in my sexual health education unit in my Biology class yearly.
Tina Stump
01:32:54
unable to see the poll
Esi Shannon
01:32:59
I cannot access the poll
Joan Saint-Hilaire
01:33:00
is the poll only on the moblie app?
Katie Kiefaber
01:33:01
For some reason the poll seems to be showing up on the phone app but not desktop?
Jared Hancock
01:33:06
No, but I'm a Hoosier. :)
Laurna Pascal
01:33:07
No
Briana Smith
01:33:09
can't see the poll
Roslyn Burkes
01:33:12
no
Vincent Flournoy
01:33:15
I am not familiar
Liesa Jordet
01:33:19
the poll does not appear on the desk top version.
Deborah Jones-Allen
01:33:25
no
Mickey Garrett
01:33:29
not
Christopher Hay
01:33:53
I am not familiar!!!
Corrine Richardson
01:33:58
no, not familiar
Tina Stump
01:34:03
The poll does not show up on laptops computers. I am unfamiliar, but I'm in Ohio.
Cassondra Caesar
01:35:03
Does YRBS appropriate to give adult / or college aged students?
IVANKA CRESPO
01:36:43
If you cant see the polls on your desktop you need to go into your Zoom settings: go to " in meeting basic) and make sure the polling option is blue (it is activated). If you have the desktop app, click the settings Gear image, then click "view more settings" which will open a webpage and you will be able to follow the steps I mentioned previously.
Tim Girard
01:40:57
I'm still, here, Tamara.
Joline Gugliemino
01:41:10
I was to teach it after out state Civics exam but COVID interfered with both the exam and the mental health teaching for many students.
Dr. Connie Mitchell
01:46:20
How would outside consulting agencies position themselves to help with these initiatives ?
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:49:57
Yep. It's a wonderful organization.
bernadette.kelley@famu.edu
01:52:19
This is a place to start by engaging student organizations that connect to social and healthy projects. If there is no club in your school start one!
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
01:53:51
Excellent resources of information!
Dr. Precious Symonette
01:59:15
Yes...
IVANKA CRESPO
02:00:22
Thank you!
Teresa Paul
02:00:33
Thank you!
Jacki Clark
02:00:35
Thank you for a beautiful presentation!
Alexandra Thomas
02:00:35
Thank you
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:00:35
Thank you.
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
02:00:36
thank you!
bobbettemitchell
02:00:38
thank you!
Boyko
02:00:40
Thank you!!!!!!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:00:47
Thank you so much Dr. Gibson
Jared Hancock
02:00:48
Thank you so much!
Clark Mattison
02:00:48
Thank you, Dr!
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
02:00:49
thank you 😊
Vanessa Lagunas
02:00:49
Thank you Dr.Gibson-Alonso!
Katie Kiefaber
02:00:51
Thank you!!
Joline Gugliemino
02:00:51
Thank you!!!
Jacki Clark
02:00:57
I have a LOT of reading to do from your slide hyperlinks! Thank you for the homework!
Antonyatt Hill
02:00:58
Thank You
lajean reed
02:01:01
love is key for inspiring others
Corrine Richardson
02:01:01
Thank you kindly and much
Christopher Hay
02:01:02
GREAT JOB!!!
Cassondra Caesar
02:01:02
Awesome, thank you Dr. Gibson-Alonso!
Juan Gonzalez
02:01:04
thank you mam aweeeeeesome!!!!
Vincent Flournoy
02:01:06
Thank you for the wonderful knowledge you shared!
Callie Payne
02:01:06
Thank you, Dr.Gibson-Alonso!
Roslyn Burkes
02:01:07
Thank you!!
bernadette.kelley@famu.edu
02:01:12
Thank you Dr. Gibson
Veronica Martin
02:01:12
Thank you!
Danielle Larson
02:01:13
Thank you so much! I appreciate you giving us additional resources.
Alesia
02:01:17
Awesome! Thank you
Deborah Jones-Allen
02:01:27
Thank you Dr. Gibson-Alonso
Boyko
02:01:36
Way to go Brandon!!!
Tim Girard
02:01:40
Thank you, Tamara! I won't forget the power of youth advocacy.
Andrea Creary
02:01:40
Mindfulness, and discussions during warm-ups
Mickey Garrett
02:01:42
thank you for the data piece-numbers make it easier to see/understand
Vincent Flournoy
02:01:46
I will use the data from the links she provided
Cassondra Caesar
02:01:47
Great work young Brandon!!!!
Shakisha
02:01:48
You Go Brandon!!!
Cynthia
02:01:53
Thank You Dr. Gibson .... Self Care
Malaika Wells
02:01:55
yes, thankful for Brandon!
bobbettemitchell
02:01:58
keep voicing your concerns brandon
WENDY BRICE
02:02:00
Thank you! I was enlightened on things that I can do to make an impact.
Jacki Clark
02:02:06
I will contact "Hear The Youth" about implementing collective impact opportunities for my students through our Biology class.
Joline Gugliemino
02:02:11
Mindfulness practice - even one minute of deep breathes is helpful!
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
02:02:14
Expanding opportunities for wellness checks and supporting student voices.
Antonyatt Hill
02:02:18
Continue Mental Health Checkpoints with my students.
Teresa Paul
02:02:20
Teach my students self-care so that they can in turn have care for others.
Veronica Martin
02:02:20
WSCC Model
Jaime Duhart
02:02:35
wellness checks
Jacki Clark
02:02:36
Is the app to which you're referring the Whova app?
bobbettemitchell
02:02:39
i liked that 1 min creating exercise
Malaika Wells
02:02:40
looking for how to access the data shared regarding at risk youth
bobbettemitchell
02:02:48
breathing
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:02:50
I will use the triangle breathing with my first graders. I will also look up the young lady who is in Miami and see if I can share some of her info at my school.
WENDY BRICE
02:03:01
Awesome job Brandon!
Avis Esters-Bennett
02:03:14
Thank you will use breathing exercise with the class. The wellness check will benefit my students while allowing me to give feedback and reassurance.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:03:16
This presentation was confirmation for me, that I am doing what's right to benefit my students. I will use the studies that were presented; very important information.
Joan
02:03:19
Well presentation. Never heard of the Triangle breathing technique. After trying it, I feel better already. Dr. Gibson presentation was very informative. I took a lot of notes. I will be busy following up with the information!!! Be healthy, safe, well and blessed.
IVANKA CRESPO
02:03:57
It makes me think that even in kindergarten, we need to help students exercise their voice, share ideas to social issues (age-appropriate), and become accustomed to the idea that their voice is powerful and we want to hear it.
Camille Wilson
02:04:00
We will be sharing tools and resources in the app AAHTF Summer Institute
Christopher Hay
02:04:08
Ending the message with a breathing technique was awesome.
Uta H. Tomlinson
02:04:09
Listening to our students more in order to best help them. I would also like to look more into the WSCC model to make a greater impact.
Katie Kiefaber
02:04:10
I hope to get in contact with Brandon here in Jax and learn from him and his organization as well as put his organization into more contact with our community to promote their message and impact.
Juan Gonzalez
02:04:37
I feel I gained awareness into the complexities that we as educators face. As a music Teacher I see my students once a week. In addition, special teachers have on the average 300 + studentswhich makes it bit more challenging
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:05:00
I did not get to share this, but I wanted to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB1DwkPGcfM - this highlights anti-racism as well as anti-Semitism. Note around 14 min.
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
02:06:12
Me!!!!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:06:14
ME!!!!!!!!
Shakisha
02:06:17
IAM
IVANKA CRESPO
02:06:17
I AM! :)
Narvette K
02:06:19
Me!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:06:20
Yeeesssss!!
Roslyn Burkes
02:06:20
I am!!!
Briana Smith
02:06:23
I am!!!!
Shakisha
02:06:23
I DO
Jacki Clark
02:06:24
Teaching is my calling, my mission field.
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
02:06:24
Yes!!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:06:24
I am
lajean reed
02:06:25
me
Cassondra Caesar
02:06:25
ME!!!!
Jordyn Smith
02:06:26
Yes!
Jared Hancock
02:06:28
Yes!!
Katie Kiefaber
02:06:28
Yes!!
Joy Murphy
02:06:29
Absolutely!
P00007391
02:06:32
Me!!
Veronica Martin
02:06:32
My sole purpose!
Avis Esters-Bennett
02:06:33
Me!!!!
Christopher Hay
02:06:34
Mr. Hay it takes a village!!!
Claudine James
02:06:35
YES
Helen Maffett
02:06:39
Me!
Jaime Duhart
02:06:39
I am!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:06:40
YEAH.......MIAMI-DADE!!!!!
Cynthia
02:06:43
Cynthia Lyles ME
Deanna Rodriguez
02:06:47
THAT IS ME!!!
Billy Helms
02:06:57
ME!
Mickey Garrett
02:06:58
why i come to school every day-got to change lives for their sake
Juan Gonzalez
02:07:53
Right here Doc. As a music educator I want to use the power of music to help my students change the world!!
Joan
02:08:50
@ Prescious Hello. Team UTD🙂
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:09:30
Hey Joan!!!! YES!
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
02:10:14
@Dr. Symonette, hello there.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:10:34
Hey sissy La-Shanda West.
Brian Knighton
02:12:39
yes!!!!
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
02:12:44
Yes ma'am!!!
Demika Jackson
02:12:47
Agreed
IVANKA CRESPO
02:12:48
180 days! :)!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:12:51
I AM GOING TO TEACH AAH MORE THAN 180 DAYS!!!!!
Jaime Duhart
02:12:53
ALL 180 days!
Jacki Clark
02:12:54
180 days!
IVANKA CRESPO
02:12:55
180 + days!
Deanna Rodriguez
02:12:58
Agree!
Vincent Flournoy
02:12:59
I'm for it, 180 days!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:13:02
I don't teach just during Black History Month
Briana Smith
02:13:08
I love this!!!!
Roslyn Burkes
02:13:19
I will be teaching African American History 180 plus days !
Cynthia
02:13:29
Black History 180 days
Cassondra Caesar
02:13:45
180 days absolutely agree!!!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:13:49
positive affirmation 180 days
WENDY BRICE
02:13:58
180 days for sure.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:14:03
IN EVERY CLASS!!!!!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:14:16
across the curriculum
Katie Kiefaber
02:14:19
On board!!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:14:20
on board
WENDY BRICE
02:14:22
I am on board
Boyko
02:14:22
every class!!!
IVANKA CRESPO
02:14:27
I'm on board :)!
Juan Gonzalez
02:14:28
on board
Jacki Clark
02:14:28
Every class, including my BIOLOGY classes! :D
Cassondra Caesar
02:14:28
Yes, yes. ALL CLASSES, I am on board!
Vincent Flournoy
02:14:29
Im on board ! Every Class!!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:14:29
I AM ON BOARD FOR HAVING AAH IN EVERY CLASS!!!!!!!
Ronda Fox
02:14:29
180 every class
Jordyn Smith
02:14:33
Woo!
Vanessa Lagunas
02:14:33
Toot Toot ALLLL ABOARD! Next stop EVERY CLASS!
Damond Warren
02:14:34
On Board!
Nancy Thrower
02:14:34
Across the curriculum
Juan Gonzalez
02:14:38
on board
Roslyn Burkes
02:14:39
I am on board for having this in every class!
Deanna Rodriguez
02:14:42
On board!!!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:14:43
Yes! Every student, every day.
Keturah Somoza
02:14:45
I’m on BOARD!!!!
lajean reed
02:14:50
on board for across curriculum teacing of AA studies
Cynthia
02:15:00
I'm on Board for all subjects
Andrea Creary
02:15:01
Thanks Dr. Gibson you were enlightening. The WSCC model and the triangular breathing was interesting.
Natalia Allen
02:15:02
Definitely on board!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:15:08
ACROSS AND BEYOND THE CURRICULUM!!!!!!
Cassondra Caesar
02:15:31
Yes, I am a retired faculty in the Community College and collaboration is necessary!!!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:15:41
My pleasure, Andrea. Let's keep in touch! 850.245.5056. tamara.gibson-alonso@fldoe.org
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:16:09
Researcher-practitioner partnerships, RPPs.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:16:55
ABSOLUTELY!!!!
Vanessa Lagunas
02:17:05
Without a doubt!
Vincent Flournoy
02:17:10
I agree! Especially with the make'up of my school!
Cynthia
02:17:11
YES!!!!!
Antonyatt Hill
02:17:19
Yes, I agree
Keturah Somoza
02:17:22
facts!!!!
Andrea Creary
02:17:23
Every class
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:17:25
YES MA'AM!!!!!!!!
IVANKA CRESPO
02:17:26
Yes !
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:17:32
The WSCC model, again, family and community engagement. You are so correct, Dr. Austin.
Roslyn Burkes
02:17:36
Yes!!
Dr. Connie Mitchell
02:17:37
yes to Culturally Competent
Jacki Clark
02:17:39
African American history IS American history; and parents who know that their child's education is COMPLETE will send their kids to school with confidence and excitement.
Bridgid Shannon
02:17:40
yes, child-family-community
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:17:43
BREATH LIFE INTO OUR KIDS!!!!!
Veronica Martin
02:17:49
I agree 100%
Camille Wilson
02:18:02
On the app, If asked for an event invitation code when accessing the event, please type in this invitation code: aahdu
Christopher Hay
02:18:03
keep speaking !!!! YES YES YES
bobbettemitchell
02:18:14
i agree
Cassondra Caesar
02:18:22
EVERY CLASS and COMMUNITY
Andrea Creary
02:18:40
Yes I agree
Shakisha
02:18:47
YESSS BROWARD
Veronica Martin
02:18:50
Duval County
Christopher Hay
02:18:56
THAT IS ME BROWARD COUNTY!!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:19:03
THAT'S ME!!!!!!! MIAMI-DADE!!!!!!!!
Katie Kiefaber
02:19:03
duuuuuuvaaaaaaaal
Bridgid Shannon
02:19:05
LEON!
IVANKA CRESPO
02:19:06
MDCPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 305!
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
02:19:10
yesssss MDCPS
Keturah Somoza
02:19:10
SLAY BROWARD!!!!!!!!
Sebastian Iturriaga
02:19:10
The 305!
bobbettemitchell
02:19:10
yes dade!
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
02:19:11
MDCPS
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:19:11
MIAMI-DADE!!!!!!!!
Vanessa Lagunas
02:19:11
WOOOO WOO Miami DADE
Cynthia
02:19:14
That's Me Dade County
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:19:14
miami dade
Deanna Rodriguez
02:19:20
Yay! Miami-Dade!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
02:19:20
One time for #305 Miami-Dade
Cassondra Caesar
02:19:21
Wow, this is beautiful!!!!
WENDY BRICE
02:19:23
That's us Miami-Dade
Juan Gonzalez
02:19:23
eeeeeeeeeeeeei Miami Dade!!!!
Shakisha
02:19:54
you can do it ALACHA
Danielle Larson
02:20:10
I am from Duval County and sadly haven't heard of resources for how to teach African American history in my elementary classroom. We teach history as part of our ELA curriculum and there is nothing about AA history.
Christopher Hay
02:20:17
BROWARD BROWARD BROWARD
Briana Smith
02:21:01
I'm from Marion County and I'm so glad to hear of the progress!!!
Jacki Clark
02:21:11
Columbia County representing; and I'd LOVE us to be exemplary!
Christopher Hay
02:21:11
POLK COUNTY
Vincent Flournoy
02:21:17
Columbia County!
Rebecca Savage
02:21:27
Thank you Dr. Austin! We are working on this in Lee County!
Roslyn Burkes
02:21:36
Columbia County will be an exemplary school district
bobbettemitchell
02:21:53
what’s up with volusia county
Matthew Kaye
02:21:57
Lee County, and we will be an exemplary district too!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:22:21
Danielle, that is unfortunate. Reach out to your district social studies curriculum specialist. Let me know if you need me to make a virtual introduction for you.
Joan
02:23:06
African American History must be taught year round, not just in the month of February!!!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:24:37
https://afroamfl.org/fl-black-history-facts/ - "Educator Resources" in the top ribbon, Khalilah.
Ms.Henderson
02:24:57
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:25:04
thank you
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
02:25:10
Thank you Dr. Austin!!
Cassondra Caesar
02:25:11
Thank you Dr. Austin!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:25:13
I also linked quite a few instruction resources in my presentation.
Marion Williams
02:25:14
The African American History Course is an elective, the School district will be able to choose the book or instructional material. Email me and I can share the titles we are using in Broward.
Dr. Connie Mitchell
02:25:16
Thank you for this information
Jacki Clark
02:25:17
Thank you, Dr. Austin!
Veronica Martin
02:25:18
Thank you Dr. Austin !
Rebecca Savage
02:25:18
Thank you Dr. Austin!
Christopher Hay
02:25:19
GREAT JOB VERY MOTIVATING AND ENTHUSIASTIC!!!
Airalisha
02:25:21
thank you
WENDY BRICE
02:25:22
Thank you for your inspiration.
Keturah Somoza
02:25:26
thank you!!!!!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:25:36
Good point...
Juan Gonzalez
02:25:52
Thank you Dr. Austin for your enthusiasm, knowledge and wisdom!!
Cynthia
02:26:02
Thank You Dr. Austin Well Done!!!!
Vincent Flournoy
02:26:29
Thank you so much!
Cassondra Caesar
02:26:53
Dr. Austin can you provide your phone number?
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:26:57
Educator Resources, "Connections", slide 9. And, https://afroamfl.org/fl-black-history-facts/
Uta H. Tomlinson
02:27:17
Yes, that is needed to break through barriers.
Dr. Connie Mitchell
02:27:52
A great collaborative partnership would be through 4H and FFA
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:28:16
Yep!!!! #CAU
Roslyn Burkes
02:28:37
Thank you!
Brian Knighton
02:29:29
What is Dr. Kelly email?
Katie Kiefaber
02:29:49
We need more ways to hold teachers, schools, and districts ACCOUNTABLE to meet these criteria!!!!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:31:00
http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=1000-1099/1003/Sections/1003.42.html - section (h), required instruction for AAH
Dr. Connie Mitchell
02:31:26
So true @Katie
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:32:39
http://www.fldoe.org/civicsreview/, Civics Review standards, Governor orders, stakeholder engagement is required.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:32:47
Thank you.
Ms.Henderson
02:32:52
That’s so true Black history is AMERICAN history!
Christopher Hay
02:34:00
Good afternoon, how do we access the lesson plans provided?
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:34:43
Yes, providing students with experiences is very important.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:34:57
Stole land....
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:35:28
Book, "They Came Before Columbus"
Keturah Somoza
02:35:31
you can’t “discover” someone else’s home...
Vanessa Lagunas
02:35:46
Thanks for sharing the book - adding it to my list now!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:35:49
He wanted to "win."
Camille Wilson
02:35:53
We will provide information on the presentations in the app and on the website https://www.aahtfevents.com/
Ms.Henderson
02:36:26
smh...that’s why it’s important to teach the WHOLE story!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:36:56
Courageous Community Conversations....
Camille Wilson
02:37:38
Here is the code for the app when asked for an event invitation code when accessing the event, please type in this invitation code: aahdu
Jordyn Smith
02:38:33
treeofed.com/unit-1-the-new-world.html#thepeoplevcolumbusetal has a GREAT lesson plan for Columbus
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:40:16
Yes!!!!! #CAU
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:43:03
For the question re: lesson plans. https://www.cpalms.org/Public/ is a central starting point for lesson plans that align to Florida Standards. I highlighted additional lesson plans in my presentation, slide 9.
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:43:10
YES!!!!!! So true....
Ms.Henderson
02:43:29
gotta keep teaching cursive!!!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:46:33
Teaching students the history of the SAT assessment...
lajean reed
02:46:40
went to e PDW elementary school, teaches brought i tifacts and told brief information tidbits. a lot os non black students recognized items and brought about true learning from inquiry
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:47:32
#DOPENESS
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:48:00
Absolutely!!!!
Ms.Henderson
02:48:11
the history of the SAT needs to be taught to most educators too... most have no idea if it’s problematic origins
Ms.Henderson
02:48:21
*of
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:49:57
Absolutely Ms. Henderson...
B Davis
02:50:41
Dr. Gibson (or any Fla teacher), do you know if the MS US History benchmarks have a published clarification document?
Diana Gibson
02:50:56
Somehow, I lost access to my video. Does anyone know how I can regain it back?
Vincent Flournoy
02:51:19
Agreed, Ms. Henderson. I am going to educate myself on that!
Uta H. Tomlinson
02:51:27
Yes, very important concept to teach.
Sebastian Iturriaga
02:51:41
intersectionality!
Vanessa Lagunas
02:51:50
LOL
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:52:09
thank you
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:52:29
I really wanted to see the slides lol
Diana Gibson
02:52:31
Thank you! I thought there was something wrong with my PC LOL.
Briana Smith
02:52:33
I'm so glad I'll be able to see this PowerPoint later
Ms.Henderson
02:52:39
awesome that power point looks amazing!
Briana Smith
02:52:46
I thought something was wrong with my computer
Diana Gibson
02:53:10
lol! Same. I thought the same.
Briana Smith
02:53:17
This looks so interesting!
Christopher Hay
02:53:46
Great job!!!
Crystalyn Williams
02:54:19
Cant wait to implement a few of the projects
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:54:29
I've never thought of asking a museum to come to my school and bring artificats
Ms.Henderson
02:54:32
that’s so cool I didn’t know we could ask that of museums
B Davis
02:54:41
Can we arrange a meet with Dr Madyun later today or tomorrow? I would love to look at the PowerPoint and ask questions?
Mickey Garrett
02:55:03
sorry-no can do
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:55:17
sad to say but no
Antonyatt Hill
02:55:23
Augusta Salvage
B Davis
02:55:26
Ok!
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
02:55:37
Kara Walker
frankej
02:55:38
alma woodsy Thomas, faith Ringgold, clementine hunter
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:56:06
Yep....
Jacki Clark
02:56:28
If we can consider literature (my fave) art, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou...
Jacki Clark
02:56:47
Thank you, Dr. Madyun!
Veronica Martin
02:57:00
Thanks!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
02:57:07
thank you Dr. Madyun
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
02:57:08
Thank you! Look forward to checking out those slides :)
Laurna Pascal
02:57:10
https://nmaahc.si.edu/
Dr. Precious Symonette
02:57:11
Literature is ART!
Ms.Henderson
02:57:11
that was great thank you Dr. Madyun!
Briana Smith
02:57:12
Thank you Dr. Madyun!!!! I look forward to part 2!!!
Roslyn Burkes
02:57:13
Thank you!
Billy Helms
02:57:15
thank you, so interesting.
B Davis
02:57:16
Thank you that was a great presentation!
Andrea Creary
02:57:20
Oh yes, go Broward
Veronica Martin
02:57:27
Very informative Dr. Madyun
B Davis
02:57:29
Much appreciative
WENDY BRICE
02:58:50
Thank you Dr. Madyun.
frankej
02:59:15
I named three female African American artists :) Adding Amy Sherald too
James Wardell
03:00:04
thank you Dr.Madyun
Veronica Martin
03:00:09
National Museum of African American is a great source as well
Juan Gonzalez
03:07:20
totally agree
Mickey Garrett
03:07:24
absolutely
Vincent Flournoy
03:07:26
Agree
Mona Cheeks
03:07:38
I agree
Juan Gonzalez
03:07:38
totally agree
Christopher Hay
03:07:52
Agree
Jordyn Smith
03:07:59
Agree
Brittany Young
03:07:59
agree
Teresa Paul
03:08:02
I agree. I like the "active participation" of the definition.
Rodney L. Hurst
03:08:04
agree.
Deborah Jones-Allen
03:08:09
agree
Jared Hancock
03:08:10
I agree. That's helpful.
Carla Adams-Lippett
03:08:20
agree
Briana Smith
03:08:38
I do too @Teresa
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:08:58
Yep....
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:09:11
Absolutely!!!!!
Ms.Henderson
03:09:32
that’s a heavy truth...but the truth nonetheless 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Damond Warren
03:09:38
Facts!
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:10:00
Yes.
Sebastian Iturriaga
03:10:05
yes
Mickey Garrett
03:10:05
nope
Vincent Flournoy
03:10:05
no
Juan Gonzalez
03:10:06
never heard of it
Ellen Morris
03:10:08
no
Carla Adams-Lippett
03:10:09
yes
Brittany Young
03:10:10
no
Teresa Paul
03:10:17
I have not.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:12:40
The world needs more black teachers...
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:12:46
TEACH.org
Ms.Henderson
03:13:21
wow...that’s such a low number that’s crazy!!!!
Crystalyn Williams
03:13:26
And those black males who become teachers, quickly move up into administration
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:13:41
Wow.....
B Davis
03:14:01
What factors are causing black men to decide not to teach?
Joan Saint-Hilaire
03:14:35
What school was mentioned?
James Wardell
03:15:17
UNF *north Florida
Joan Saint-Hilaire
03:15:26
Thank you
Joan Saint-Hilaire
03:15:29
wow!
Cassondra Caesar
03:16:27
Great answer Dr. Jamison!!!!!
Juan Gonzalez
03:16:31
I feel the teaching profession would be more attractive if the salary was raised between $80,000 for starting teachers to $140,000.
Laurna Pascal
03:16:40
Malcolm X said History Is A Weapon
Camille Wilson
03:17:02
https://www.tonimorrisonsociety.org/bench.htmlhttps://www.unf.edu/coehs/cuep/Our_Programs.aspx
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:17:06
Yes, it sure is.
ROSE DUMENIGO
03:17:08
As a Latina, I can speak from my experience and those of my friends. I feel that Black and Brown college students and graduates feel pressured to make money right away in order to help their families. Unlike many White graduates who only have to fend for themselves, we feel pressure to improve ourselves and lift our parents and families up too.
Crystalyn Williams
03:17:25
Agreed. The profession does not have upward movement in salary. It stays stagnant for years
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:19:00
Very interesting perspective...
Jared Hancock
03:19:31
I think teachers sometimes don't teach as much Black history as they'd like because they feel pressure from our testing culture to focus on math and E/LA.
Dr. A. Ghansah
03:20:26
Amen to the teaching salary! I don't even make anywhere near to the beginning salary you mentioned -- even with my 23 years of exp & doctorate degree.
Juan Gonzalez
03:20:33
Mr. J, but the curriculum is structured from the top down. Teacher seem to have less and less power.
Cassondra Caesar
03:20:34
Can you address "B Davis'" question I too want to know what do you think is the factor causing black men to not go in to teaching?
Joan Saint-Hilaire
03:20:50
This is so true. Most of our parents have to work many jobs sometimes just so their families can survive. My husband just made an interesting point that black females come from these same families. So , why is there still such a disparity where we see 2X more black and brown females in college than black and brown males?
Ms.Henderson
03:20:54
@Rose I totally agree! entry level teaching positions don’t offer enough pay for men with families to support their households and single people barely make enough to pay rent and bills. pay teachers a livable wage and the demographic of education will start to change!
ROSE DUMENIGO
03:21:05
I feel that I don’t know enough about Black History to infuse it in the curriculum. I need to teach myself and learn more so I can do more for my scholars.
Rodney L. Hurst
03:21:16
Good stuff Doc.
James Wardell
03:21:17
As an African American male teacher I agree with both of the previous answers. At most schools I taught at , I was one of only 1-2 African-American males in the building
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:22:01
Yes, building agency, capacity in our students can definitely help.
Jared Hancock
03:22:20
@ James Wardell --That has to feel really isolating and draining.
Evans
03:22:24
@J.. Hancock Yes I agree some k-8 grades don’t focus on Social Studies at all they want teachers to teach ELA and Math that is by I like concept of teaching African American History in all content areas.
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:22:29
True points. Leveraging connections with researchers and practitioners to support educator pre-programs is critical - building capacity. We (the Office of Healthy Schools) work directly with FAU OELL and also with FAMU. I'd be very open to expanding the partnerships.
Evans
03:24:24
I have worked in post secondary and Higher ed and I have experenced a high level of disrespect as a K-12 teacher.
Jordyn Smith
03:25:31
I've always noticed an adverse reaction people have when they find out I'm a teacher, especially a middle school teacher
Crystalyn Williams
03:25:31
Teaching has also become a profession that does not automatically demand respect. Why would black males want to attend college then accept a job that continues to disrespect them.
Evans
03:26:41
Yes, I agree C. Williams. We have to change this regardless of Male or female. My work is just as valuable as a female this is a problem for me
Camille Wilson
03:26:56
Website is https://www.aahtfevents.com/
ROSE DUMENIGO
03:28:12
@Jordyn Smith! YES!! Me too. My family is from Cuba where a teacher is revered even more strongly than a doctor or lawyer. This country is very different. It values money and wealth, so we are the low-man on the totem pole.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:29:13
We also have to work on changing the mindsets of people when it comes to teacher leadership. Teachers are leaders too! What are your suggestions to help to adjust the mindsets of others when it comes to teacher- leaders?
Keturah Somoza
03:30:20
it’s reall. imagine one of the students in his program graduated from a High school named after a confederate general
Briana Smith
03:30:59
@Keturah I was just thinking the same thing!
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:31:06
Yep.
Evans
03:31:39
The most disrespected teachers are black female teachers. When males come into a school they are seen as more valuable when white teachers come to a school they are seen as more valuable.
lajean reed
03:31:45
my belief, a lot of males of color not have black males in early formative education that can plant a nurture the seed
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:32:13
Are you speaking about code-switching? A sense of "otherness"
Crystalyn Williams
03:32:17
Maybe since many parents/guardians were tasked with being their child(ren)'s teacher during quarantine, we can now foster more cooperation and respect. They now have a better understanding.
Evans
03:32:19
I think black males don’t want to be disrespected.
Keturah Somoza
03:32:55
@evans this is very true.
Crystalyn Williams
03:33:08
I agree Evans
Ms.Henderson
03:33:17
@Dr. Precious Symonette it seems like he’s referring to code-switching right?!
Joan
03:34:56
@ Black male teachers: What population of students do you tend to teach? i.e. SWD, gifted, behavioral, low performance etc.
Keturah Somoza
03:35:11
and we have to think about society’s views / stereotypes. Teachers are not valued. ex. our pay! Blacks males have been conditioned to go for “respected” careers. our views on who educated our youth needs to change
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:35:15
Very good point....So "Emergent leadership" versus "Assigned Leadership" ...
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:36:01
@Ms. Henderson, yes... it does.
Joan
03:36:53
As educators, we must demand our respect
James Wardell
03:36:59
I've taught all types of students from EBD to Fundamental school students
Evans
03:37:10
Yes I agree we need allies.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:37:12
Yes... establishing and relationships are very important.
Jared Hancock
03:37:16
Equity is intersectional.
Keturah Somoza
03:37:18
we need to be allies to others as well
Evans
03:37:36
Historically as a nation we didn’t get free from England without the France. We need allies.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:38:28
ABSOLUTELY!!!!!! WE HAVE LIVED THIS EXPERIENCE.....
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:38:45
@Dr. Precious, Assigned Leadership is common!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:39:06
Communication and tact go a long way, design thinking. HBR - https://hbr.org/2018/09/why-design-thinking-works
Cassondra Caesar
03:39:30
The speaker didn't answer the attendees question. The decline of black male instructors has decreased by designed.
Ms.Henderson
03:39:39
Coalitions are definitely important but not in the place of self-determination. Even if other don’t come to our aid as Black folks we still need to push for change wether we get help
Ms.Henderson
03:39:46
or not.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:39:50
@Avis Esters-Bennett, right, this is why I stated "Emergent Leadership versus "Assigned Leadership" ...
Mickey Garrett
03:41:18
cant see them
Briana Smith
03:41:35
I can only see his powerpoint
Dr. Connie Mitchell
03:41:47
His new screen will have to be shared
Ms.Henderson
03:41:52
excuse my typos y’all I’m typing fast and furious lol
Briana Smith
03:41:54
He has to change what he's sharing on his screen
RENEE OCONNOR
03:42:33
he just needs to click his next screen
Dr. Connie Mitchell
03:42:52
At the bottom panel for Zoom, he can click on "New Screen Share:
RENEE OCONNOR
03:42:58
https://8cantwait.org/
Cassondra Caesar
03:43:19
Thank you Renee!
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
03:43:23
8cantwait made it very easy to write to your mayor
Ms.Henderson
03:43:29
A lot of people protease know about those 8 reforms...and many community groups ARE NOT in support of them!
Ms.Henderson
03:43:39
*protesting
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:44:10
Yes... And Civic Engagement can vary from person to person and among groups.
RENEE OCONNOR
03:44:16
EJI has AMAZING resources and they are VERY WILLING to send things to teachers
Ms.Henderson
03:45:36
Monuments and memorials are a necessary in the movement.
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:46:36
Equal Justice Initiative: https://eji.org/racial-justice/
Camille Wilson
03:47:15
Development of Selfhttps://8cantwait.orghttps://eji.orgDevelopmental Networkshttps://www.liftjax.orgAdvocacyhttps://www.unf.edu/coehs/cuep/Hope_HistoryMuralProject.aspx
Camille Wilson
03:48:02
Development of Selfhttps://8cantwait.orghttps://eji.orgDevelopmental Networkshttps://www.liftjax.orgAdvocacyhttps://www.unf.edu/coehs/cuep/Hope_HistoryMuralProject.aspx
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:48:49
Conversations among activism and advocacy need to happen as well...
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:50:11
TEACH BEYOND the curriculum...
Claudine James
03:51:02
OMG! I am an educator from Arkansas, and I am loving all of this Florida history.
Dr. Andrea Oliver
03:51:11
Dr. Precious, that is exactly what my presentation Wednesday morning is all about!
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
03:51:29
that is the power of place!! preserve these places in our communities
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:51:43
@Dr. Andrea Oliver, I can't wait...
James Wardell
03:51:46
what was Rodney's last name? i'm interested in his book
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:52:52
Yep...
Ms.Henderson
03:53:32
Yes! Put everybody to work!!!
Ms.Henderson
03:54:10
school administrators are not exempt from being racist
Camille Wilson
03:54:19
Book Name and Author - Rodney L. Hurst, Sr. - It was never about a hot dog and a Coke!
James Wardell
03:54:41
Thanks
Jacki Clark
03:55:00
Thank you, Dr. Jamison, for a wonderful presentation. Unfortunately, I have a preexisting appointment and must leave at this time. I look forward to the rest of the week!
Ms.Henderson
03:55:14
the way we weight these GPA’s is getting ridiculous lol
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:56:26
Ms. Henderson, you make a great point. 4.7, 5.7, and up and up. Interesting... The dual enrollment and IB classes do weigh a lot.
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
03:57:10
There is also a push for an AP Black History course
Ms.Henderson
03:57:21
I don’t understand how we are going to close the opportunity gaps if we only honor the grades of students in IB classes.
Dr. Connie Mitchell
03:58:22
It's been a great day of sharing vital information, everyone. Thank you!
Juan Gonzalez
03:58:35
thank you sir. excellent information!!!
Teresa Paul
03:58:53
Thank you for your perspectives and information!
Evans
03:59:03
“If you educate a man you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman you educate a family (nation)” African proverb
frankej
03:59:07
Thank you so much!
Evans
03:59:12
Thank you
Roslyn Burkes
03:59:17
Thank you great information!
Brittany Young
03:59:24
This has been great! Looking forward to the rest of the week.
Veronica M. Alvarez-Galloso
03:59:29
Thank you all so much for an informative session
Ms.Henderson
03:59:53
also dual enrollment is a privilege most students don’t have access to...we got a lot of structural work to do. if I was a high school senior I wouldn’t be able to get into my alma mater and I graduated with a 3.9 lol that’s insane! lol
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
04:00:06
indeed, the College Board has the authority to create an AP African American/Black History course
Evans
04:00:29
That is awesome AP African American History courses.
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
04:00:39
To know who I am, teach me my history...
Emmerson Philippe
04:00:41
AP African American History should definitely be a course.
Khalilah Samuel
04:00:52
Thank you
Dr. Precious Symonette
04:00:58
Thank you. This has been AMAZING!!!! Pure #DOPENESS
Cassondra Caesar
04:01:00
Thank you, I look forward to what tomorrow has to offer......
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
04:01:07
Excellent synergy! Thank you all for an amazing kick-off to the AAHTF Summer Institute. Looking forward to tomorrow, in all ways.
Ms.Henderson
04:01:15
AMAZING! can’t wait till Wednesday!
Airalisha
04:01:20
Thank you
Mrs. Oni
04:02:18
Thank you!!!
WENDY BRICE
04:02:33
look forward to the remainder of the webinar.
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
04:02:43
Thank you to all presenters
Dr. Connie Mitchell
04:02:44
Survey link???
Briana Smith
04:02:48
Thank you all!!! I'm so excited about tomorrow and Wednesday!
Dr. Precious Symonette
04:02:51
Where is the link?
Nancy Thrower
04:02:57
thank you!
Vincent Flournoy
04:03:01
Thank y9ou
Carla Adams-Lippett
04:03:04
Thank you
Boyko
04:03:04
thank you
Veronica Martin
04:03:08
Thank you!
Vanessa Lagunas
04:03:08
Thank you
GENEVIEVE ROSSIN
04:03:09
Thank you all!
Roslyn Burkes
04:03:10
Thank you!