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Learning that Transfers - Visible Learning for Social Studies and Beyond Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tariq Malik
35:35
Stay focused....
Tariq Malik
36:27
Too bad mom can’t do it for them🙂
Jamie Iversen
40:00
ABC working on D
roann.baldry
40:08
A-C, working on D still
Suzanne Bell
40:09
B, C, D
Robyn Dulco
40:13
A,B,C
Tariq Malik
40:14
BCAD
Mirabelle Blossom
40:14
B, D
becky
40:16
A, B, C
Matthew LaHue
40:18
B,C
Lindsay STURM
40:20
A c
eston
40:35
B,C,D
Heily Montes
40:48
B,C
Molly Chingliak
41:27
a
id23268
45:23
Hexagonal thinking-so good
Jamie Iversen
45:38
I have shared using visual concepts with the Junior High teachers and one of them is on board!
Molly Chingliak
46:03
I have been using organizers for social studies and it helps them to keep their thinking in order
Jamie Iversen
46:09
Hexagonal thinking as well. Getting my student teacher to do a lesson plan with this after our break next week
Jamie Iversen
46:36
I seriously have revamped my entire Social Studies and now looking at LA
Tariq Malik
46:42
Tried bringing concepts from Abstract to more concrete stage while keeping it meaningful for lower elementary and providing guidance to transfer knowledge
roann.baldry
48:40
Some students were more receptive than others, we have a wide range of abilities and surprisingly more independent students were less willing to engage.
roann.baldry
49:41
Yes precisely.
Jamie Iversen
49:56
I have used Success Criteria before and now adding in concept teaching it game changing
Alex Tatum
57:00
Why we do this to ourselves?!
Jamie Iversen
58:56
Agreed!
Jamie Iversen
01:03:41
We did this today! Briefly we had talked about control of land, resources and people in Atlantic Canada and today we started to bridge to how was control used in WW1
Tariq Malik
01:11:53
Moving away from analytical to a global perspective shift
Julie Stern
01:12:49
anti-rivalry
Julie Stern
01:13:05
incentives
Julie Stern
01:13:09
values
Jamie Iversen
01:13:11
Relationships
Molly Chingliak
01:13:17
economics
Jamie Iversen
01:13:21
cause/effect
Julie Stern
01:13:34
Influence, control
Tariq Malik
01:13:48
Power & Control
Jamie Iversen
01:14:01
change
Jamie Iversen
01:14:22
Personal connection
Julie Stern
01:14:59
Interdependence
Jamie Iversen
01:15:09
interconnectedness
becky
01:15:31
Individual vs collective
Tariq Malik
01:15:36
Thinking outside the box despite the challenges and looking for initiatives that are innovative and globally centered
Julie Stern
01:16:01
cooperation
Julie Stern
01:16:31
Sovereignty over my own innerstate
Alex Tatum
01:16:34
I am who I am but we are who?
Tariq Malik
01:17:04
When only one person /team wins… what does that mean and where does it leave all others ….
Julie Stern
01:17:18
Agency
Lindsay STURM
01:17:30
Personal responsibility and corporate change
Julie Stern
01:17:36
Innovation
eston
01:17:37
Economics of incentivizes behavior and this what we value. We need new concepts of economics and value.
eston
01:17:47
often*
Tariq Malik
01:18:01
Rivalry to competition moving to collaboration that’s conducive to everyone’s growth
eston
01:18:15
I didn’t even notice profanity Ha
Jamie Iversen
01:28:16
I like how this teaching doesn't require you to stick to a chronological timeline.
Lindsay STURM
01:29:03
It’s not enough to have the facts, you have to know how to use them
Julie Stern
01:29:04
In other words… what is he saying?
Suzanne Bell
01:29:07
We teach a lot of facts that would be great on a Trivia show but mean little for life
id23268
01:29:15
The difference between people and google
Jamie Iversen
01:29:28
Just because you know something it doesn't mean you know how to use it
Molly Chingliak
01:29:37
“Another” world knowledge
Alex Tatum
01:29:52
It is not important unless important people think so
becky
01:29:56
facts are meaningless bits of info unless you can use them
Tariq Malik
01:29:57
Having all that knowledge to built upon a more factual application based learning could be of greater value
eston
01:30:01
I’m pretty decent at pub games. Thank you to all my SS teachers…I’ll take Suzanne for my team.
Matthew LaHue
01:30:10
If the knowledge you possess doesn’t matter then what’s the point in possessing knowledge at all..
Julie Stern
01:37:19
https://learningthattransfers.com/2021/03/21/the-research-underpinnings-of-learning-that-transfers-ltt/
Jamie Iversen
01:37:30
How do you do this is a timely manner? I feel like this would just get rolling and the bell will go
Lindsay STURM
01:41:25
Appreciating and learning requires looking past surface level differences
Jamie Iversen
01:41:51
“Knowledge becomes deeper when you can use it not only to address a problem in the context in which it has been taught, but that you can also use it to understand or explain something in a different, but related, context.” – Mehta and Fine, 2015, Deeper Learning Research Series
Matthew LaHue
01:42:03
In Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, Hammond asserts that, “Information processing through the creation of metaphors and analogies helps by making meaningful connections more obvious…The explicit comparisons in a metaphor help students move beyond memorization to deeper comprehension (p. 136).”
Molly Chingliak
01:42:31
“Transfer always involves reflective thought in abstracting from one context and seeking connections with others.” – Perkins and Salomon, 1988, Teaching for Transfer, Educational Leadership
Alex Tatum
01:42:32
This is at a deeper level of thought
Suzanne Bell
01:42:52
“Knowledge becomes deeper when you can use it not only to address a problem in the context in which it has been taught, but that you can also use it to understand or explain something in a different, but related, context.” – Mehta and Fine, 2015, Deeper Learning Research Series
Alice Rearden
01:43:46
“innovation is possible when we explore the intersection between different disciplines and remove the barriers that trap us in one mode of thinking”
Tariq Malik
01:44:14
Knowledge becomes deeper when you can use it not only to address a problem in the context in which it has been taught, but that you can also use it to understand or explain something in a different, but related, context
Molly Chingliak
01:44:34
I like Zaretta Hammonds quote too
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
01:59:44
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Jamie Iversen
02:01:44
Thank you, Julie! I am excited to take these session and continue to grow and learn. I appreciate the creativity and excitement that you have brought back to my teaching and conversation with my coworkers.
Julie Stern
02:02:11
Awesome, Jamie! So glad to hear. :)
Tariq Malik
02:02:37
We appreciate you Julie and the wealth of information you shared, it has been a refreshing experience
Nicole O'Donnell
02:02:44
Thanks everyone!