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Assessing with Respect: Every Day Practices that Meet Students' Social and Emotional Needs - Shared screen with speaker view
sara
21:47
Strongly disagree
sara
21:57
agree
sara
22:03
agree
aero 2
23:12
Continue the conversation with me after our session by joining my group on the ASCD Professional learning Community at https://ascdcommunity.ascd.org/group/24-assessing-the-whole-child! It’s free and a great way to continue your professional learning on this important topic!
aero 2
28:14
Barry, you’re next
Selva Lorenz
46:40
I saw motivation
aero 2
49:54
Here’s a link to my Assessing with Respect - https://amzn.to/3j6hhI6
aero 2
50:31
Design Thinking in the Classroom
Barry Chiate
58:20
CHOICE always come up. I’m a word nut and the original meaning of INTELLIGENCE - ETYMOLOGY - INTELLE (between) + LEGERE (TO CHOOSE}. INTELLIGENCE MEANS - TO CHOOSE BETWEEN - To MAKE A CHOICE FOR YOURSELF. -Not what someone else said. Our lives are a history of the CHOICES WE MAKE. S0 when you say CHOOSE - you are saying Intelligence - the way it originally mean.
Barry Chiate
01:02:21
ALSO - I’ve studied the ORAL TRADITION vs the WRITING tradition. Top studies have revealed that an ORAL PRESENTATION with some movement, voice shift etc.- People remember 8 TIMES MORE than the same READING experience of the material.
Barry Chiate
01:11:59
Are you familiar with the memory system called MNEMONICS - how the ancient Greeks were able to memorize thousands of words? It’s based on LOCATIONS and IMAGES. You observe some general features around you and you place an image (imago) in that location that you associate with a WORD.
aero 2
01:14:53
@MsSackstein
aero 2
01:15:18
Mssackstein.com
Barry Chiate
01:15:19
JOHN GATTO taught like you do. He would close the door and ask students to talk about what they are interested in and what would you like to learn etc. RESULT - 3 TIME NY STATE TEACHER OF THE YEAR.(pssst) DON’T TELL ANYONE…