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Positive Behavior Supports for Classroom and School Reentry Part 5 - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
35:50
https://asdn.org/2022-rti-mtss-effective-instruction-conference/
Carrie Bauer
50:03
3
Mirabelle Blossom
50:09
3
dubois_barbara
50:20
5!!!!
Daly_Beth
01:07:01
INteractions build connections
Antoinina Hammersland
01:07:01
So students feel heard and seen, it is recognition even if it is negative. Students feel good when they are recognized.
Karina
01:07:10
to help and see the engagement of the students
Sarah Cronick
01:07:15
relationship building!
Mitchell Haygood
01:07:18
It's all about communication or lack therof. Classrooms shouldn't always be like a library.
Ray Burns
01:07:20
realtionships
Ms. Sison (2nd Device)
01:07:22
For relationships
dubois_barbara
01:07:30
Students become stake holders in the material when they interact. Ask repeatedly each time I present new information what their take is on it.
Heather Snell
01:07:36
Building trust!!
Wells_Erin
01:07:46
It validates their ideas
Dirk Miller
01:07:47
I think a classroom with few interactions is not a very energetic learning environment.
E. Jones
01:07:58
Important to gauge # and type of interactions so everyone’s needs are being acknowledged
earljeffrey
01:08:04
Students feel they have purpose
Orien Schmitz
01:08:06
Yes1
Orien Schmitz
01:08:12
I remember
dubois_barbara
01:09:52
This will date me, but do you remembet “To Sir with Love” with Sydney Portier?
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
01:13:29
Teachers is available to stream on VUDU for $2.99 or the DVD is available through Netflix
dubois_barbara
01:18:25
I walk around and talk to them.
Ms. Sison (2nd Device)
01:18:26
Standing by the door and greeting them
earljeffrey
01:18:40
Comment on each kids skills in a positive way
Daly_Beth
01:18:43
I consciously thought about my goal each day (to exceed the 3:1) so I built up that reflection time.
E. Jones
01:18:52
Highlighting specific skills
jasmine.hightower
01:18:54
Asking students about their day before the class starts
glaser_sarah
01:18:56
When students respond in class, I noticed that I often repeat their answer. It was easy to adjust that to authentic praise or positive interaction
Susan Moore
01:19:03
after I redirected a student, made sure I gave positive feedback to that student later in the class
Dirk Miller
01:19:08
I am trying to comment on students when they are engaged in games in the gym. Encouraging them and praising them for passing to teammates and working with others.
Wells_Erin
01:19:13
I focused on increasing specific positive interactions.
Antoinina Hammersland
01:19:13
More actively walking around and giving positives while they’re working independently
Mitchell Haygood
01:19:14
I just tried to first ignore some of the off task behaviors and to start with praise first. I also wrote a sticky note reminding myself to focus on the positive.
Heather/Michael Snell
01:19:28
Calling by name, looking for positive behaviors
Erin Pollock
01:19:49
offering specific praise to students who were following directions and asking everyone to look at that student and do what they are doing
Antoinina Hammersland
01:19:50
Giving specific thanks when I join a small group and share their ideas with the whole class
glaser_sarah
01:19:54
I was in deficit spending with one individual - and so now I’m looking for every opportunity with them
Heather/Michael Snell
01:20:03
Its so easy to notice negatives, so I really looked for the positive
Ray Burns
01:20:29
Ignore fleeting behavior
dubois_barbara
01:20:33
Thank you Sarah Glaser
Sarah Cronick
01:21:06
When I can relax and have a sense of humor and goof off with my class and certain individuals, everything goes better.
Svetlana Filkova
01:21:23
Walking around and praising students for good work
Orien Schmitz
01:28:40
Good to know1
dubois_barbara
01:29:17
I’ll remember that: praise EFFORT! Subtle psychodynamics!
Karl Schleich
01:38:10
Please respond to 1, 2 or 3
Orien Schmitz
01:38:19
1. Discussing ideas, participating in the learning process
Susan Moore
01:38:33
3. White boards
Karina
01:38:35
3. Think pair share
dubois_barbara
01:38:44
Talking, reading, writing, listening, interacting
Wells_Erin
01:38:50
3. I teach motions to go with the concepts
Ray Burns
01:38:56
1. Peer buddies
Carrie Bauer
01:38:59
3 asking them questions and looking at them directly.
Daly_Beth
01:39:07
1. active engagement means students are showing they’re involved in learning experiences actively with their participation
Jennifer
01:39:13
2. Active engagement strategies keep all students on their toes - they never know when they'll be asked to respond.
E. Jones
01:39:14
Adding motions to learning
Ms. Sison (2nd Device)
01:39:30
3. We do a lot of games - kahoot, factile, quizzizz, etc.
glaser_sarah
01:39:32
3 - mental math with answers under 10 - everyone answers on hands, or small chalkboards
Erin Pollock
01:39:33
3. thumbs up/middle/down, or show me with your hands, or show me with your facial expressions
Christopher Thompson Kwig
01:39:44
3 creating extra question/problems that are more appropriate for specific students’ academic level.
Dirk Miller
01:39:44
3 Everything we do in the gym is active. But engaging all students means I have to give them some options for some activities.
Mirabelle Blossom
01:39:56
3. Whole classroom response, Interactive Notebooks, memorize poems, math games
Mitchell Haygood
01:40:02
1 The students are attentively listening, and can respond both verbally and non verbally.
Daly_Beth
01:41:00
3 Apply strategies that tap into the Multiple Intellignces to give all learners opportunities to show their learning
Karina
01:50:14
They knew the routine
E. Jones
01:50:16
Rate of instruction
Erin Pollock
01:50:16
general praise
Sarah Cronick
01:50:17
verbal and physical cues
Karl Schleich
01:50:19
Something you noticed in the 2 min clip was....
glaser_sarah
01:50:19
all choral responses - repeated same opportunities for more involvement
Heather/Michael Snell
01:50:21
pre-established routine
Ray Burns
01:50:27
General praise
Daly_Beth
01:50:34
She was consitently flowing smoothly with her call and response
dubois_barbara
01:50:34
She forgot to define elude.
jasmine.hightower
01:50:34
How she gave the kids so many times to be involved
Ray Burns
01:51:05
Gave hints to some different sounds
Antoinina Hammersland
01:51:09
kids new what the next part meant
Dirk Miller
01:51:29
repetition
Ray Burns
01:51:54
ordinary
Antoinina Hammersland
02:02:18
way more fun than a written test
Karl Schleich
02:10:37
Something you noticed from the observation was.....
Carrie Bauer
02:11:01
I have to go back and review my video to get the ROI!
Ray Burns
02:13:46
There is a Kindle edition if interested
jasmine.hightower
02:15:36
Avoids challenges - want the student to embrace challenges
Ray Burns
02:15:45
I have a second grader who gives up easily
Heather/Michael Snell
02:15:58
My student avoids challenges, I want him to embrace challenges.
Antoinina Hammersland
02:16:00
gives up easily/puts head down and I want her to build confidence, stamina and persistence when working independently ESPECIALLY in math
Karina
02:16:01
I have a student that avoids challenges, and I would like him to embrace challenges.
joelle.gefre
02:16:02
I have a few students who avoid challenges and definitely gives up easily. I would like her to power through and give her best effort to succeed.
Orien Schmitz
02:16:02
I have a kindergarten student who says he is dumb. I want him to try.
Mitchell Haygood
02:16:03
I have a student that can't accept mistakes. I want this student to realize that mistakes are normal and it ok to make a mistake and move on.
Wells_Erin
02:16:07
I have a student that sees effort as fruitless, but I want her to see that effort brings growth!!
Daly_Beth
02:16:21
Challenge is success of others, doesn’t like it when others “win” and he doesn’t, but I want him to feel proud of others and reflect how he can do better.
Svetlana Filkova
02:16:46
Student who doesn’t believe in himself and doesn’t put efforts. (Math)
E. Jones
02:16:51
Screams at compliance. I want her to trust her teachers.
Dirk Miller
02:16:56
I have a student who is sometimes reluctant to warm up with the class. I want to encourage her to join us warming up by offering her other options with her peers.
Orien Schmitz
02:17:01
😃
glaser_sarah
02:17:02
Gives up easily - but also is easily distracted. Not sure if it is the challenge of the task or the capacity for focused attention. I want them to be able to stick with it!
Jennifer
02:17:13
A staff member feels threatened by success of others. Want her to recognize where her strengths lie and what her value is to our team.
dubois_barbara
02:17:29
I have students who work episodically.
Ray Burns
02:17:48
Didn’t Einstein say if you are not struggling…you are not learning anything new
Heather/Michael Snell
02:17:55
My student feels threatened by others’ success, I want them to find inspiration in their success.
Carrie Bauer
02:21:01
Another favorite person of mine!
Karl Schleich
02:21:17
Something I want to remain mindful of is......
Sarah Cronick
02:21:17
praise effort!!
glaser_sarah
02:21:21
More specific praise!!
Karina
02:21:26
The value of specific praise
Ray Burns
02:21:30
More specific praise
dubois_barbara
02:21:33
be more cognizant of what it might be like to be one of my students (receiving end)
Christopher Thompson Kwig
02:21:37
Effort not smarts
Ray Burns
02:21:38
Value the effort
Mitchell Haygood
02:21:39
More pair shares.
Antoinina Hammersland
02:21:40
giving even more opportunities to respond, and praising anytime I can
Daly_Beth
02:21:44
Progress is a process and positive feedback is its nutrient.
Ray Burns
02:21:47
Not perfection
Svetlana Filkova
02:21:47
Specific praise
Orien Schmitz
02:21:51
Praising effort is effective.
Dirk Miller
02:22:06
Making sure praise is more specific and thoughtful to each student.
Susan Moore
02:22:08
specific praise especially recognizing efforts and hard work
dubois_barbara
02:22:11
Thank you Beth
Wells_Erin
02:22:27
Fostering a growth mindset in mystudents
jasmine.hightower
02:22:27
Giving more opportunities to respond in different ways
Heather/Michael Snell
02:22:29
Soliciting responses is a way to keep students engaged!
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:22:38
Survey 5 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7RDNGD2
Ray Burns
02:22:39
Thank you
Karl Schleich
02:23:50
January 3!
Ray Burns
02:23:52
I’ll guess I’ll have to type it on the beach in Key West
Heather/Michael Snell
02:25:23
Awwww! Congrats!
Carrie Bauer
02:25:33
Bonnie, you’re still young!!!!!
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:25:53
Survey 5 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7RDNGD2
glaser_sarah
02:25:55
Ruby! I had all boys - that was the name I would’ve picked
Christopher Thompson Kwig
02:26:15
Anne, Emma, kota
Daly_Beth
02:26:47
LUCY!!
Ray Burns
02:26:51
Rayanna
Daly_Beth
02:26:55
my daughter’s name
Heather/Michael Snell
02:27:07
Heather is a great name
Orien Schmitz
02:27:09
Happy early birthday, Bonnie! Woo hoo! Congrats on the great-granddaughter!
Daly_Beth
02:27:17
Bye and thank you! Congrats, Bonnie
Dirk Miller
02:27:33
Thanks and see you in a couple weeks.