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Positive Behavior Supports for Classroom and School Reentry Part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
39:33
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-positive-behavior-supports-for-classroom-and-school-reentry-fall-2021/
rayburns
43:34
More specific
rayburns
44:48
If people have Archer’s book, pages 2 and 3 might be good for a checklist as you watch the videos
Karl Schleich
50:39
Please share out something you learned from your conversation about obtaining video….
glaser_sarah
51:00
masks make it a little harder to hear student voices on the videos
Carolyn Iverson
51:06
It gets easier the next time around
Alex Tatum
51:08
WE were all proactive
Carrie Bauer
51:08
I am not the only one who is afraid to look at myself!
Mirabelle Blossom
51:08
It’s easy to forget to do it and also that you can do it with zoom
Heather Shomler
51:10
students were you able to learn ice skating through video.
Daly_Beth
51:11
Having another person video you is very helpful, instead of setting it up on your own.
Petroni_Sofia
51:17
Don’t film your class the week before or after Halloween
Mitchell Haygood
51:18
Have a co worker help out by doing the filming.
Michael and Heather Snell
51:23
If you really aren’t comfortable videoing, try recording audio?
E. Jones
51:23
Don’t put the camera near the air blower.
Antoinina Hammersland-Billich
51:27
Put the recording device higher up and darken the screen so kids aren’t distracted.
rayburns
51:29
We are in remote for the 5h straight week
Barbara DuBois
51:33
It seemed so wooden and my delivery was so overly simplistic.
Karina
51:40
Positioning the camera makes a big difference, allowing you to see the body movements.
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
51:46
Kinders are a brave grade level to do this activity with, as they are still learning to be students. :) Great bravery Erin!
Lana Filkova
51:51
students were more comfortable with the 2nd video
earljeffrey
51:55
My video isn’t going to change much since I’m in a welding shop and we don’t have many conversations but students are very active in what they are doing
Lisa Thomas
52:30
There's a lot of barriers physically separating me frim my class
glaser_sarah
52:37
Or the day after Halloween!
Mitchell Haygood
52:52
Or the week after Halloween!
Barbara DuBois
53:01
My students are all on task because I give them a response sheet to work with when I am teaching. So that one exercise we had didn't really work for my situation.
Sarah Cronick
53:16
very fun to film a colleague who’s in this class!
Barbara DuBois
54:52
I was a flapper girl so that was a great history lesson!
Mr. Thompson
55:03
Just got in. finally back to inperson. Classes end at 4pm (ak time)
Barbara DuBois
56:51
I just really don't like looking at myself teach: the voice is the worst!
rayburns
01:29:25
12
Sison_Mia
01:29:25
12
Erin Pollock
01:29:26
10
Carolyn Iverson
01:29:27
11
glaser_sarah
01:29:27
13 plusses
joelle.gefre
01:29:27
12
Sarah Cronick
01:29:27
12
Mirabelle Blossom
01:29:28
11
Antoinina Hammersland-Billich
01:29:28
12
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
01:29:28
12
Michael and Heather Snell
01:29:29
13 +
Petroni_Sofia
01:29:29
13/14
Karina
01:29:30
12
Karl Schleich
01:29:30
13/14
Mitchell Haygood
01:29:31
13
Lana Filkova
01:29:31
10
f269261
01:29:31
12
Farris_JudyAnn
01:29:31
13
Dirk Miller
01:29:31
14
Susan Moore
01:29:34
13
Jay Mojello
01:29:34
10
earljeffrey
01:29:34
11
Daly_Beth
01:29:36
10
Barbara DuBois
01:29:37
12
Rovan Agad
01:29:40
12
Alex Tatum
01:29:40
11
Lillian Kiunya
01:29:42
13
Lisa Thomas
01:29:47
12
jasmine.hightower
01:29:54
13
Petroni_Sofia
01:30:12
starting on a different student
Antoinina Hammersland-Billich
01:30:13
Timing
Karina
01:30:14
Looking up at diffrent times
Alex Tatum
01:30:18
When we looked up
Lana Filkova
01:30:21
look at the different time
Daly_Beth
01:30:22
looking up at different times
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
01:30:24
time of looking up
Lisa Thomas
01:30:25
reaction time
Antoinina Hammersland-Billich
01:30:26
lost track of which student
joelle.gefre
01:30:27
I got a little mixed up with which student
Jay Mojello
01:30:30
camera angle
Susan Moore
01:30:34
perception of what is on task
Dirk Miller
01:30:39
I looked up a little earlier and saw a little more action from students.
f269261
01:30:45
Perception, yes
rayburns
01:31:12
If the student isn’t using his finger to point…I tend to think they are off task
Hosanna Bogert
01:40:27
2
f269261
01:46:32
I have a clip and will just mute until 5:12, no breakout room needed
Barbara DuBois
01:46:34
I have a video clip but it's no about expectations
f269261
01:47:11
I have a clip
Karl Schleich
01:59:58
Something you noticed about your students was......
glaser_sarah
01:59:59
I need to angle my camera better to see the front of them.
Barbara DuBois
02:00:00
restless but still engaged
rayburns
02:00:04
Some were playing around with the eraser
Karina
02:00:04
I need to watch for distraction, it indicated that the student had a question.
f269261
02:00:05
They are a hard-working kindergarten group.
Daly_Beth
02:00:06
Students are more engaged when called upon or asked a question.
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
02:00:08
When topic did not pertain to specific staff member, engagement changed.
jasmine.hightower
02:00:13
Most of my students were on task, but there were 1 or 2 who were rarely on task
Alex Tatum
02:00:18
I was measuring the wrong thing at times
Lana Filkova
02:00:21
students were on task majority of the time and students were engaged
joelle.gefre
02:00:23
I noticed most of my students were engaged the whole 5 minutes.
Petroni_Sofia
02:00:26
Something I noticed was they were pretty hyper and excited but that didn’t mean they were off task
rayburns
02:00:28
I also think she did to much “lecturing”
Michael and Heather Snell
02:00:29
They were on task more than I remembered them being that day!
Mitchell Haygood
02:00:35
My camera needs to be higher.
Sarah Cronick
02:00:40
Lots of wiggling, on-task bodies
Daly_Beth
02:00:53
Students are more engaged when they have a task and feel involved in the group.
Barbara DuBois
02:00:54
My students, with the exception of one, were all on task.
Sison_Mia
02:00:55
Most were on task. The whiteboard math students sound so sing-songy when they have to say something out loud at the same time. 😅
Erin Pollock
02:00:56
More students are engaged than I thought. Particularly, my lowest student whom I am most concerned about (phonics is SO difficult to tell who is participating/not while wearing masks so I often guess on the fly)
Lisa Thomas
02:01:02
had to work diligently to keep them on task
Dirk Miller
02:01:10
My clip was a tag game and most all the kids were engaged. One didn’t understand rules and got upset….
Daly_Beth
02:01:46
When they knew the clear purpose and knew the end goal, they were more engaged.
Lillian Kiunya
02:01:47
Camera could be higher to see the ones upfront.
rayburns
02:01:58
More turn and talk would be nice
Antoinina Hammersland-Billich
02:02:14
Students we pretty well on task but I couldn’t see 1/3 of my class from the clip
rayburns
02:02:59
I don’t recall if she recalled previous learning
Petroni_Sofia
02:03:01
I had a wailer today too.
Michael and Heather Snell
02:03:20
Antoinina, I had the same problem! I need to move my camera somewhere else next time
Michael and Heather Snell
02:04:36
I only had 4 students visible in my video, out of the 8 or 9 I had that day, so I will adjust my camera position for next time!
f269261
02:05:48
Though it is more difficult with a large class (full day kindergarten) time for sharing with others is very beneficial.
earljeffrey
02:05:57
I need to hold the camera better and not have it jerk around so much
Alex Tatum
02:08:00
I still get mixed up on what I’m doing
Karl Schleich
02:08:23
If you are willing, would share one thing that you are wanting to be more intentional about?
Alex Tatum
02:09:12
What I’m measuring
rayburns
02:09:17
Provide the kids with worked examples and/or anchor charts and review them
earljeffrey
02:09:19
Generate more work stations so I can have more groups of kids working independently
Erin Pollock
02:09:27
Clarify expectations ( ears/eyes/hands/mouth…ears listening for the challenge, eyes on me, hands doing clean motions, mouth responding at voice level 3 )
Karina
02:09:32
Ensure that the directions are clear- expectations
glaser_sarah
02:09:33
To give all instructions and leave room for questions before beginning an activity, so that I don’t have to interrupt them once they get started. Some don’t ask their question until it’s independent time
Lana Filkova
02:09:38
what part of the class to film
rayburns
02:09:41
Success criteria
Dirk Miller
02:09:55
I want to be more mindful that kids understand the rules of the games we’re playing. Maybe check in with kids individually to hear their understanding.
Petroni_Sofia
02:09:57
I’m a music teacher so my video was from a hand clapping game. I noticed some students were really struggling with the motor skills. I thought it might’ve been helpful to show a video of kids playing the game so they could understand how to physically play the game.
jasmine.hightower
02:10:07
More walking around and whispering to the kid playing with her hair and the other one off task
Mitchell Haygood
02:10:13
Working on transitional strategies for my struggling students. They need help with transitions.
Daly_Beth
02:10:46
close in on proximity during instruction and offer students to respond and engage in the discussion more often.
rayburns
02:11:33
Show whitens by proximity
rayburns
02:11:39
withitness
Michael and Heather Snell
02:11:53
Make sure directions are clear ahead of time, allow for questions before activity begins.
Karina
02:13:42
IS there a goal of what we are recording?
Barbara DuBois
02:14:17
Thank you Karina
glaser_sarah
02:14:47
I love that one
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:14:58
Survey 3 – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7SWBKZS
Barbara DuBois
02:15:15
what is the goal of this video