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Positive Behavior Supports for Classroom and School Reentry Part 6 - Shared screen with speaker view
Susan Moore
29:03
179
joelle.gefre
29:11
85
Heather & Michael Snell
29:11
42
Karina
29:19
In the 30’s
glaser_sarah
29:20
my guess was much lower
Heather & Michael Snell
29:20
227
Mitchell Haygood
29:35
250
Carrie Bauer
29:43
No clue!
Heather & Michael Snell
29:50
That was Michael, my guess was 42
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
32:18
Resource Page - https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-positive-behavior-supports-for-classroom-and-school-reentry-fall-2021/
Antoinina 5th
33:29
Awesome, love all these resources.
Karl Schleich
49:15
What did you notice about your own OTR’s this past two weeks?
Antoinina 5th
49:20
My responses have become more specific and frequent
Dirk Miller
49:22
Looking for a lot more group responses.
Petroni_Sofia
49:23
I incorporated more choral responses
Mitchell Haygood
49:27
I am more aware of choral responses.
glaser_sarah
49:34
I was very conscious of my students’ OTR - and I tried to vary between choral and individual
Barbara DuBois
49:39
More positive interactions with individuals
jashightower
49:41
I do a better job with my 6th graders re: opportunities to respond.
Ray Burns
49:43
chora;
Ray Burns
49:46
choral
Svetlana Filkova
50:00
I'm trying to use variety:)
Heather & Michael Snell
51:00
I ask for nonverbal choral responses (thumbs up/down) so that I can gauge their understanding without embarrassing anyone
Carrie Bauer
51:47
Same kiddos answer most of the questions.
Heather Shomler
51:59
Same kids
Karina
52:01
Puts all on the spot, and down go the eyes so they don’t get called on.
Karl Schleich
52:03
Why is calling on volunteers not such an effective practice?
Mitchell Haygood
52:04
Some students are afraid to share for fear of being incorrect.
Barbara DuBois
52:04
You might be calling on the same persons who are always engaged
Svetlana Filkova
52:07
because some students are always silent and they are not learning
joelle.gefre
52:11
calling on those that are confident and those who know the answer
Petroni_Sofia
52:12
because there’s always kids who want to respond while others are silently checked out. it’s more effective to make it random because they will be more engaged
Dirk Miller
52:22
You’re not going to hear from all students…. Many might know the answer, but are not comfortable speaking out.
glaser_sarah
52:42
some kids will learn they don’t have to participate and the effort and attention decreases
Heather & Michael Snell
53:01
Looking for speedy response, so the students who memorize easily will shine and others may be embarrassed bc they don’t know it
Jennifer
56:35
Everyone all at once
Heather Shomler
56:39
Name stick
Petroni_Sofia
56:40
non verbal answers
Karl Schleich
56:44
If you don’t call on vlunteerrds whaat would you do?
Barbara DuBois
56:45
RAndom calling of unengaged students
Heather & Michael Snell
56:45
Turn and tell a neighbor
Karina
56:49
Dry erase boards, thumbs up
Antoinina 5th
56:52
roster, table groups, teams, nonverbal
glaser_sarah
56:56
call on groups to respond
Svetlana Filkova
57:00
nonverbal, name sticks
Mitchell Haygood
57:00
Choral, or non-verbal
Christopher Thompson
57:02
raise hands, wait, lower hands , all students answer
joelle.gefre
57:03
my coworker has a check list for participation points and calls on everyone at some point in a lesson
Jennifer
57:03
pull sticks with names, turn and talk,
jashightower
57:05
Have a classmate select the next classmate after participating
Dirk Miller
57:09
Thumbs up … buddy buzz talk to a neighbor … show us with movement.
Orien Schmitz
57:33
I’m loving having everyone respond chorally!
Petroni_Sofia
58:38
My studets like responding so much that sometimes they get upset when I don’t call on them 😆
Carrie Bauer
01:04:26
Wow! Feedback is a tool NOT a weapon!
Antoinina 5th
01:04:38
Constructive AND Tool are my favorite. This is a great list.
Heather & Michael Snell
01:04:44
Offering, not punishment. Wow!
Petroni_Sofia
01:04:57
Ground in trust, not mired in suspicion
Sison_Mia
01:04:59
Feedback is insights that draw upon shared experience; feedback isn’t stories intended to showcase your wisdom
Mitchell Haygood
01:05:01
An offering, not punishment
Karina
01:05:01
Invitation for self reflection
Ray Burns
01:05:08
A way to help ppl
Barbara DuBois
01:05:10
It's a form of motivational interviewing.
Svetlana Filkova
01:05:11
tool not weapon
Dirk Miller
01:05:17
An offering not punishment
Wells_Erin
01:05:20
Communication not accusation
joelle.gefre
01:05:20
thoughtful and concise
Daly_Beth
01:05:21
It’s communication not an accusation
Barbara DuBois
01:05:55
I liked the bit about not accusation , not suspeicion, not judgemental (xorry about misspells)
Daly_Beth
01:06:09
It’s hard getting feedback for something else than what you were hoping to get feedback for
Petroni_Sofia
01:07:25
1
joelle.gefre
01:07:26
2
Karina
01:07:31
3
Barbara DuBois
01:07:32
2
Ray Burns
01:07:33
2
Carolyn Iverson
01:07:34
1
Mitchell Haygood
01:07:35
3
Daly_Beth
01:07:36
2
Jennifer
01:07:37
5!
Svetlana Filkova
01:07:40
5
Wells_Erin
01:07:42
2
Susan Moore
01:07:43
3
Dirk Miller
01:07:52
5
glaser_sarah
01:07:53
5
jashightower
01:07:53
3
Orien Schmitz
01:07:53
2
Erin Pollock
01:07:55
3
Sison_Mia
01:07:55
3
Heather & Michael Snell
01:08:05
Michael is 4, Heather is 3
Barbara DuBois
01:08:15
Although 1 is probably more realistic, to be honest!
Carrie Bauer
01:10:57
5
Carrie Bauer
01:11:25
Works really well for students! Just noticing, I usually get a smile.
Karl Schleich
01:16:42
A concept that you want to remember from feedback (and other dirty words)?
Karina
01:16:47
The definition of feedback- the T chart
Mitchell Haygood
01:17:00
Being specific with feedback.
Barbara DuBois
01:17:03
Students respond positively to positive interaction.
Petroni_Sofia
01:17:06
What feedback is and what it isn’t.
Dirk Miller
01:17:17
I think feedback is a tool, not a weapon
Svetlana Filkova
01:17:25
remember that feedback is a tool, not a weapon. Use it for help, not for punishment
Jennifer
01:17:28
SH*T Sandwiches damage relationships and trust.
Daly_Beth
01:18:10
Taking time to reflect is important, as you reflect on the feedback. Pose feedback in a positive way as much as possible to all students and collegues. The response and growth will be stronger that way.
Karina
01:20:33
I love the game!
Petroni_Sofia
01:37:41
I love that song
Susan Moore
01:47:21
is reading correctly a correct response?
Carrie Bauer
01:47:39
I was wondering that too!
Carrie Bauer
01:48:38
Did he have girls respond and boys respond once each?
Heather & Michael Snell
01:51:57
We’re looking for 85% correct for new information and 90 for review, right?
Antoinina Hammersland
01:52:19
80 for new and 90 for review
Barbara DuBois
02:11:40
I provided empathy and shared experience and
Barbara DuBois
02:11:48
what happens at our school.
Karina
02:12:42
I needed the notes to remember to do it!
Antoinina Hammersland
02:13:21
It was very different actively thinking about it. I know that I paraphrase and “read back” stuff to my kids but this was a cool way to think about it.
Carrie Bauer
02:14:47
I keep getting kicked off the meeting….
Barbara DuBois
02:17:26
Sometimes I put attention seeking kids a job so that they get attention!
Barbara DuBois
02:17:45
give not put1
Karl Schleich
02:22:07
One thing to remain mindful of is....
Orien Schmitz
02:22:08
Give many opportunities to respond!
Barbara DuBois
02:22:11
Increase my ratio of positive to corrective interactions.
Karina
02:22:14
Providing more opportunities to respond and more positive feedback
Daly_Beth
02:22:18
Be mindful ALWAYS about positive feedback giving to students!!
glaser_sarah
02:22:21
NOw, more than ever, those Ratios of Interactions are important
Svetlana Filkova
02:22:27
Positive interactions
Dirk Miller
02:22:27
specific positive praise feedback
Mitchell Haygood
02:22:27
Specific feedback, ignore the little things, and increase opportunities to respond
Ray Burns
02:22:29
OTR
Heather & Michael Snell
02:22:31
Being a reflective teacher will only help me become a better tecaher
Wells_Erin
02:22:32
More opportunities to repond, and inscrease positive interactions.
Sarah Cronick
02:22:33
praise praise praise effort
Ray Burns
02:22:33
And ROI
Jennifer
02:22:39
Specific purposeful feedback offered to help and grow the awesome educators I work with.
Antoinina Hammersland
02:22:39
Data, data, data (USE YOUR TOOLS/FORMS) AND reflect through video
Ray Burns
02:22:46
Oh yes…use praise correctly
Susan Moore
02:23:04
Increase my positive ratio of interactions and increase correct academic responses
Barbara DuBois
02:23:15
yes!
Daly_Beth
02:23:45
Thank you!! You too
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:23:48
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Ray Burns
02:23:52
Thank you
joelle.gefre
02:23:55
Thank you!
Susan Moore
02:23:58
Yes! Thank you so much!
Sarah Cronick
02:24:04
Thank you so much, Karl!
Svetlana Filkova
02:24:13
Thank you very much!
Barbara DuBois
02:24:14
Thanks so much and I'll see you in Baxter Bog!!!!
Orien Schmitz
02:24:20
Thank you!
Dirk Miller
02:24:24
thank you