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Increasing Student Engagement Through Action Research and Evidence-Based Practices Part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Karl Schleich
35:46
Please share something good in your world today!!!
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
36:07
i got my 2nd vaccine yesterday
theresa cowden
36:09
I love tutoring!!!! Best part of the day every day
Beau
36:15
Gaining daylight...
Kathryn Connell
36:22
I have all of my students back in the classroom!!
Laura Richardson
36:26
\We had Dr Seuss Day in 2nd grade today, and it’s also the start of our spring break! Good green eggs and ham… :-)
Lindsay Sturm
36:27
My husband comes home from Mexico today
Chad Bentz
36:28
We are allowing parents to attend basketball games this weekend!
Jane Bulovsky
36:29
I am fully vaccinated and headed to see two of my daughters in Bend, Oregon for spring break and hit the slopes!
Orien Schmitz
37:04
Yay! Green eggs and ham!
john.biafore
37:11
John Biafore slide show on native culture
Katie Henderson
37:32
My roommate and I found a great new show to watch together!
Katie Henderson
38:31
Ginny and Georgia on Netflix!
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
38:41
soul is so good!
Rafael Gallont
39:23
Hi everyone. I have terrible internet connection.
glaser_sarah
39:28
Dena'ina
Katie Henderson
39:35
Yup’ik
Kate
39:36
Alutiiq/Sugpiaq people
theresa cowden
39:40
Inupiaq
Laura Richardson
39:42
Dena’ina
Jane Bulovsky
39:47
Dena'ina
Lindsay Sturm
39:47
Athabascan
Rafael Gallont
39:49
central yup’ik
Amy
39:50
Dena'ina
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
39:51
Dena’ina
Jay F
39:52
Central Yup’ik
Jennifer Booz
39:52
Dena'ina
Christine Kleinhenz
39:57
tlingit
Kathryn Connell
40:02
Athabascan
john.biafore
40:10
Athabascan language was used in WW2
Chad Bentz
40:13
Tlingit
Ulrika, Donald & Claudia
41:06
I have students, in case I disappear
john.biafore
42:04
John Biafore, Athabascan changes as you travel down the Yukon River.
Laura Richardson
42:25
Exciting!!!
Melissa - Tech Host
47:06
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-increasing-student-engagement-through-action-research-and-evidence-based-practices-spring-2021/
dianakurka
48:20
The articles are Options for exploring on assignments posted on the Teaching Channel website.
Kathryn Connell
50:17
using pictures!
Jay F
50:17
had them repeat back the expectations
Karl Schleich
50:22
What have you done differently to increase your clarity of expectations since our last meeting?
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
50:23
ask a few students to repeat what i said then have the whole class repeat together
Kristin Henke
50:27
I was more specific, more patient, and more repetitive
glaser_sarah
50:29
I offered more opportunities for students to speak during directions and help clarify
Beau
50:30
Call on a student to repeat instructions.
theresa cowden
50:37
I did’t have students the last 2 weeks, but I thought about it
Laura Richardson
50:44
I have included the “C” (conversation) part of expectations EVERY time we are beginning something new.
donald
50:45
I addressed more challenging activities and opted my routines
Joan Hoeler
51:08
I work as a push in resource teacher. I have tried to be more clear with students about why I may need to pull them out and ask what they are struggling with and give them small prompts to help them articulate that.
Rafael Gallont
51:18
Made a script for my phone calls with students
Laura Richardson
51:30
Also, And they LOOOVE to “C” chat :-)
Chad Bentz
51:33
I made sure they explained or demonstrated what is is we were working on.
Jennifer Booz
51:35
modeling
theresa cowden
51:57
I re-recorded my Bell Work tutorial into 2 videos and very effective
Anna Mekki
52:03
I increased my clarity of what the video was related to and asked students to repeat each section as I instructed.
Christine Kleinhenz
52:05
Started our zoom session each time by making sure I could hear kiddo and they could hear me. Basic first. Then, Slowed down and began my lesson by stating what we will do and waited for time for child to respond.
Katie Henderson
52:11
I have built more rubrics for assignments so students know how I am grading them, even though I don’t see them.
Amy
52:16
well I had a huge shift in my class where we had many days of learning new things. I thought I gave clear instructions. but they showed me I did not. Not feeling very effective this week!
Laura Richardson
53:30
Amy, even if you don’t feel effective, EVERyone is still learning (kids and teachers) :)
donald
53:52
I had a rotten day and went home and watched my video without volume and was amazed at how engaged my kids were when I thought I was a sinking ship
Amy
54:04
well it helped me make sure I was VERY specific on my next classes! :*0
Lindsay Sturm
54:32
I made sure to give my students the learning objectives from the beginning
donald
55:01
consistency
Kristin Henke
55:03
Offering positive specific praise
theresa cowden
55:03
Review CHAMPS expectations at the beginning of class
Christine Kleinhenz
55:04
added steps to activities with more explanations
Karl Schleich
55:10
Strategies you are using to decrease the “gap” between expectation and reality?
Jennifer Booz
55:18
repeat, reinforce, consistent, checkpoints
Noad_Samantha
55:24
praise throughout and reinforcing expectations
Laura Richardson
55:25
Modeling. Back too basics…”this is how we sit next to each other at the carpet during a read aloud..”
Anna Mekki
55:28
Instead of just handing out packets for the parents to instruct, I am providing video instruction guiding the students through each page.
glaser_sarah
55:34
Individual connections, breaking down into steps…
James Wells
55:35
Move slower
Rafael Gallont
55:43
Take small, clear steps
Joan Hoeler
55:44
I try to paraphrase what the teacher has said, making it simpler with less steps and more visual on a whiteboard or with examples.
Jayson Guerrero
55:49
Personalized learning
Jane Bulovsky
56:09
Provide resources/slideshows/videos to students in online courses and working through on-site Mentors to gain an understanding of where they are at in their learning.
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
56:19
Im modeling it for them as im saying it
Katie Henderson
56:33
Make videos to model my thinking for assignments that students may struggle with
theresa cowden
56:42
Try to do more engagement response like Anita Archer
Chad Bentz
56:49
more demonstration, student demonstration
Kathryn Connell
57:04
Letting them know what the lessons schedule is so they know exactly what we are doing and then explaining expectations for each activity we do
Jesse Bjorkman
57:24
reminders of success criteria
Emily Ault
57:28
More Visual aids at each station and on the board along with the expected outcome of the activity
Jane Bulovsky
57:59
Constant constructive feedback when evaluating online assignment submissions so they can improve.
donald
58:46
Off task behavior
Karl Schleich
58:47
Things we observe that can be counted or timed incklude.....
Joan Hoeler
58:49
Reading fluency, math fact fluency
Anna Mekki
58:53
Positive responses
Jane Bulovsky
58:55
Correct responses
donald
58:56
chances to respond
theresa cowden
58:56
How many times Johnny talks out in class
James Wells
58:57
Responce time
Jennifer Booz
58:58
time on task, engaged students, off task students,
glaser_sarah
58:59
Student sharing
Jay F
59:01
following the words with fingers
Jennifer Booz
59:05
interactions
Noad_Samantha
59:07
student participation
Lindsay Sturm
59:11
Facial gestures
Kathryn Connell
59:12
ratio of positivity
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
59:13
you could time how long it takes for the whole class to be ready the next activity after giving instructions
glaser_sarah
59:18
length of teacher instructions
donald
59:19
Behaviors that need to be focused on
Laura Richardson
59:20
Students talking out, transition times, compliments vs corrections
theresa cowden
59:24
How many positives feedback
Jesse Bjorkman
01:00:15
accessing success criteria, KUDs, rubrics on my canvas pages
donald
01:03:44
I find it easier to just count my head and not look at the clock so much as the student
theresa cowden
01:09:59
I’ve got to let the tutor kids out the front door and I’ll be back.
Amy
01:11:06
great question!
Rafael Gallont
01:11:20
Good question
Rafael Gallont
01:11:34
can the observer move around?
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
01:12:35
no
Rafael Gallont
01:12:41
yes
James Wells
01:14:20
Some times 75 on task is making progress
donald
01:20:17
I am dismissing students please excuse me
Rafael Gallont
01:31:43
Can you please share the breakout room link again?
Rafael Gallont
01:31:45
thank you
donald
01:35:17
Too many kids on task
Jane Bulovsky
01:35:17
Moves very fast, got easier as the minutes passed
glaser_sarah
01:35:22
It was hard to keep my eyes on the stop watch and not the students
theresa cowden
01:35:29
It goes to dang fast, I changed to a timer 5 sec and restart it
Emily Ault
01:35:30
The same student had multiple minus marks
Karl Schleich
01:35:33
What were some things you noticed as you did the TOT protocol?
Kristin Henke
01:35:39
The lag on Zoom can give false results.
Lindsay Sturm
01:35:49
The more I plan for an engaging lesson, the more my kids will naturally be on task because they’d be missing out not to be
Jane Bulovsky
01:36:00
I had a student literally disappear when I looked up, she was a mover!
Anna Mekki
01:36:08
It was easy because I stopped trying to watch all of the time and catch every second.
Christine Kleinhenz
01:36:10
giving choices allowed for an increase in engagement
Rafael Gallont
01:36:14
Hard for me to do over the phone. I just had a video of me speaking with my students one at a time
theresa cowden
01:36:18
I think I’d rather count to 5 in my head instead
Laura Richardson
01:36:23
Engagement was great! I REALLY wanted to watch the kids for 5 sec and record for 1 instead of watching the timer…
glaser_sarah
01:36:52
I only got about halfway through the grid in 5 minutes…I might be a tad slow!
theresa cowden
01:37:11
I see now on my video that one student lays down and take a nap
theresa cowden
01:37:19
For a few min
Jennifer Booz
01:37:23
different ways to be on task in any given activity
Amy
01:38:26
you can also add a table onto the form
Melissa - Tech Host
01:38:34
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-increasing-student-engagement-through-action-research-and-evidence-based-practices-spring-2021/
James Wells
01:49:57
It takes a bit of time to get all the kinks worked out
Anna Mekki
01:50:01
It seems like more of a glance than a look.
john.biafore
01:50:26
Biafore I see the value of seeing how you present yourself to others.
Emily Ault
01:50:53
It was good to see how well most of my students did during that activity. I always worry that read aloud are too boring for them but they were hooked
Laura Richardson
01:51:23
Such an incredible tool for administrators and coaches…and such a nice reflection tool for teachers.
Jennifer Booz
01:52:44
reading, looking at device
Katie Henderson
01:52:45
Eye direction
Elizabeth Storey
01:52:46
Don’t know
glaser_sarah
01:52:47
looking at task
Rafael Gallont
01:52:49
reading
Christine Kleinhenz
01:52:51
looking at learning materials
Rafael Gallont
01:52:52
discussing
Jane Bulovsky
01:52:56
Eyes on the speaker
James Wells
01:52:56
The kid in the back looked hungry
Katie Henderson
01:52:57
Collaboration
Kathryn Connell
01:53:00
conversation and looking at what htey are doing
Jennifer Booz
01:53:01
focused on what is infront of them
Emily Ault
01:53:01
Collaborating
Katie Henderson
01:53:05
Heads turned
Noad_Samantha
01:53:06
looking at peer
Jennifer Booz
01:53:07
eyes on the speaker
Elizabeth Storey
01:53:07
Looking at speaker
Christine Kleinhenz
01:53:07
looking at speaker
Karl Schleich
01:53:08
Watching the speaker
Jay F
01:53:08
distracted
Rafael Gallont
01:53:10
Not engaged
Patty States
01:53:10
Eyes on speaker
Jennifer Booz
01:53:13
heads turned
theresa cowden
01:53:13
Eyes focused, eyes on speaker, looking at speaker,
Coach Bentz
01:53:13
purpose or intent
Kathryn Connell
01:53:13
listening by looking at the one talking
Lindsay Sturm
01:53:15
where are they looking
Katie Henderson
01:53:18
Student postures
Jennifer Booz
01:53:23
eyes looking
Katie Henderson
01:53:25
Finger pointing
glaser_sarah
01:53:25
interest
Emily Ault
01:53:25
practicing good listening
Christine Kleinhenz
01:53:26
leaning forward
Anna Mekki
01:53:27
discussing
Rafael Gallont
01:53:27
sharing, collaborating
donald
01:53:29
all hand s hold tools
Amy
01:53:29
engaged with each other's ideas
Karl Schleich
01:53:30
Facial expressions of interest and joy
Anna Mekki
01:53:31
pointing
theresa cowden
01:53:32
They LOOK engaged,
Lindsay Sturm
01:53:33
collaboration
Katie Henderson
01:53:36
Discussion and direction of gazes
Jane Bulovsky
01:53:36
Use of body (i.e. pointing at something)
Emily Ault
01:53:38
looking at page
Elizabeth Storey
01:53:39
Looking interested
Coach Bentz
01:53:40
excitement
donald
01:53:42
smiles
Katie Henderson
01:53:43
Facial expressions
Jane Bulovsky
01:53:43
Eyes
Jennifer Booz
01:53:43
smiling, laughing
Rafael Gallont
01:53:44
Looking at something
glaser_sarah
01:53:45
all looking at the same object - same facial expressions
Emily Ault
01:53:45
taking notes
Jane Bulovsky
01:53:47
Reactions
Patty States
01:53:47
engaged excited
Karl Schleich
01:53:49
Eyes focused on the same point
Jennifer Booz
01:53:50
looking at the writing
Anna Mekki
01:53:51
excitement
theresa cowden
01:53:52
Could be off topic but engaged
Lindsay Sturm
01:53:52
enjoyment
Katie Henderson
01:53:53
Gazes looking at the paper
Christine Kleinhenz
01:53:55
writing what you hear
Amy
01:53:55
the teacher spent a lot of time to model what is expected. It doesn't just happen.
Emily Ault
01:53:55
Interacting
Amy
01:53:58
HA HA HA
theresa cowden
01:53:58
yup
Laura Richardson
01:54:00
common facial expressions
Rafael Gallont
01:54:00
not engaged
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:00
expression
James Wells
01:54:03
After lunch
Katie Henderson
01:54:03
Eyes closed, slumped chairs
Coach Bentz
01:54:05
Monday morning!
Jennifer Booz
01:54:05
oh yes
Anna Mekki
01:54:05
tired
donald
01:54:07
So bored
Lindsay Sturm
01:54:07
Are they awake or not
Emily Ault
01:54:09
bored
Emily Ault
01:54:17
high school class vs. elementary
Jennifer Booz
01:54:19
talking pen in hand
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:19
eye contact
Karl Schleich
01:54:19
Writing on white boards
Katie Henderson
01:54:20
Gesturing, writing on boards
Rafael Gallont
01:54:20
writng
Kathryn Connell
01:54:22
maybe asking questions
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:23
writing
donald
01:54:24
leaning into 8it
Patty States
01:54:28
Looking at teacher
Elizabeth Storey
01:54:28
One looks bored
Liza’s iPad
01:54:31
discuss topic
Jennifer Booz
01:54:32
tools in hand
Rafael Gallont
01:54:33
working
Elizabeth Storey
01:54:36
All working
Patty States
01:54:36
working together
Karl Schleich
01:54:37
Physically active on a task
Jennifer Booz
01:54:37
active
glaser_sarah
01:54:37
all have tools and are using them
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:38
kinesthetic activity
theresa cowden
01:54:38
Hands on
Katie Henderson
01:54:38
Eyes and hands directed to task
Christine Kleinhenz
01:54:44
doing activity asked of them
donald
01:54:44
100% participation
Coach Bentz
01:54:44
engaged
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:45
demonstration
Lindsay Sturm
01:54:47
hands on
Christine Kleinhenz
01:54:50
pointing
Karl Schleich
01:54:51
Writing
Patty States
01:54:51
excitement
Anna Mekki
01:54:52
cooperation
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:53
pointing
Elizabeth Storey
01:54:53
All engaged
Jennifer Booz
01:54:53
smiling
donald
01:54:53
smiles
Amy
01:54:56
all the students have "materials' not just one student
Jane Bulovsky
01:54:57
expression
Patty States
01:54:58
collaboration
Karl Schleich
01:54:58
Looking at a globe
Jennifer Booz
01:54:59
eyes on activity
Katie Henderson
01:55:00
Eyes on paper or on globe
Jane Bulovsky
01:55:08
eyes on the prize
glaser_sarah
01:55:08
anticipation
Lindsay Sturm
01:55:10
participating
Karl Schleich
01:55:10
Observing with keen focus
Katie Henderson
01:55:10
Eyes on activity
Elizabeth Storey
01:55:11
Paying attention to the teacher
Patty States
01:55:11
Watching for reaction
Christine Kleinhenz
01:55:12
facing with body
Anna Mekki
01:55:12
engaged
Jennifer Booz
01:55:12
looking at teacher/activity
Rafael Gallont
01:55:16
Eyes on activity
Orien Schmitz
01:55:16
Yes, eyes on
donald
01:55:17
Intensity
Katie Henderson
01:55:20
Body positioning
Jane Bulovsky
01:55:22
building
Jennifer Booz
01:55:25
hands on objects
donald
01:55:26
so seriuos
Elizabeth Storey
01:55:27
Hands on
Anna Mekki
01:55:27
Intently watching
Karl Schleich
01:55:27
Building something
Kristin Henke
01:55:29
Hands on
Jane Bulovsky
01:55:29
watching
Rafael Gallont
01:55:31
hands on
Jane Bulovsky
01:55:31
observing
Anna Mekki
01:55:32
watching others play
Christine Kleinhenz
01:55:33
at the table where learning is happening
john.biafore
01:56:13
Bifore socialization
john.biafore
01:57:02
Biafore each student claiming a item.
Jennifer Booz
02:09:12
really tough now with masks
Amy
02:09:21
nope
glaser_sarah
02:09:26
smiling behind the mask has been tough with first grade
Lindsay Sturm
02:09:27
nope
theresa cowden
02:13:11
The amount of REAL neglect in the world
Rafael Gallont
02:13:13
Children need attention and acknowledgment
Beau
02:13:16
A teacher’s body language/verbal reactions have huge impacts on student behavior and engagement.
Jay F
02:13:18
positive attitude makes a difference
Katie Henderson
02:13:18
Students really pay attention to our reactions
Jane Bulovsky
02:13:19
Helps you reflect on the power of interaction
Elizabeth Storey
02:13:19
Kids need feedback
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:13:19
if you look happy, it makes it easier for students to talk to you
Christine Kleinhenz
02:13:23
responsiveness is valuable for engagement
Emily Ault
02:13:24
Students react to my reactions positive and negative
Joan Hoeler
02:13:26
It reminds me of the stories of babies in orphanages who have little to noo interaction.
Karl Schleich
02:13:26
What are some implications about the still face experiment for you as a teacher/
theresa cowden
02:13:30
Sad to know kids are really starved for nurturing
Kristin Henke
02:13:31
Children respond more positively to our engagement with them.
donald
02:13:31
Wow, leaving a kid in the bad place without a way out is ugly
glaser_sarah
02:13:32
I do worry about mask wearing continuing in the fall in primary grades. Even though I think they’re important mitigation tools -
Anna Mekki
02:13:34
Visual reactions hold a lot of weight in the student’s ability to learn and positively interact
Rafael Gallont
02:13:34
body language is a very strong form of communication
Liza’s iPad
02:13:34
positive interactions
Patty States
02:13:38
Students watch us constantly
Noad_Samantha
02:13:42
I’ve noticed it in a similar way wearing a mask
Lindsay Sturm
02:13:43
Students are responding to our engagement
Jane Bulovsky
02:13:44
Emotional response elicits participation
Coach Bentz
02:13:53
feeling comfortable and supported
theresa cowden
02:13:58
I’ve got grandkids and it’s tough to see
Frances Weiss
02:13:58
Students watch for our responses
john.biafore
02:14:08
John Biafore Child feels safe
Jane Bulovsky
02:14:25
We need to be cognizant of our impact through expression, both negative and positive.
Jayson Guerrero
02:14:55
Having positive outlook is important. It is contagious
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:16:09
teaching gives an explination
donald
02:16:16
Teach9ing is leading and shoeing
Karl Schleich
02:16:16
What is the difference between telling and teaching?
theresa cowden
02:16:17
Practice, I do, we do, you do
Amy
02:16:17
telling is all input the teaching part is the output and interaction
Noad_Samantha
02:16:17
giving examples, modeling, showing how things are done
Orien Schmitz
02:16:18
engagement
Kristin Henke
02:16:19
Children might not know what we mean when we tell them. We need to show them and have them practice.
Elizabeth Storey
02:16:23
Giving examples and giving them time to practice
Jane Bulovsky
02:16:24
Fostering critical thinking
Lindsay Sturm
02:16:25
is the communication single directional or bidirectional
glaser_sarah
02:16:26
when you teach something, the child knows it - not the case with telling
Jay F
02:16:28
teaching is participating
Rafael Gallont
02:16:28
Teaching is modeling. Telling is just using words
Anna Mekki
02:16:31
Telling implies no interaction teaching implies interaction and engagement
Christine Kleinhenz
02:16:33
teaching expects responses , telling expects no response
Liza’s iPad
02:16:37
explaining
john.biafore
02:16:37
Biafore Teaching is an Art to impart knowledge.
Emily Ault
02:16:42
Teaching gives an expected outcome
Frances Weiss
02:16:46
Teaching… you want an outcome, for someone to learn
Katie Henderson
02:16:56
Teaching requires participation and buy-in, telling is just a conversation that might be one-sided
Jane Bulovsky
02:20:12
The rest of the class
Jane Bulovsky
02:25:50
What about negative eye contact?
Jane Bulovsky
02:25:58
She looked once
Anna Mekki
02:30:54
Interactions
Jane Bulovsky
02:30:58
ROI
glaser_sarah
02:31:00
ROI
Jay F
02:31:01
ratio of interactions
Jennifer Booz
02:31:01
positive interactions
Jane Bulovsky
02:31:02
OTR
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:31:02
use plenty of non contingent interactions
Elizabeth Storey
02:31:02
Positive interactions
Karl Schleich
02:31:03
Something to remain mindful of is....
Coach Bentz
02:31:03
engagement
Rafael Gallont
02:31:04
ROI
Amy
02:31:05
slow down! interact with the students!!!!
theresa cowden
02:31:08
Data collecting on different items
Patty States
02:31:09
Positive interactions
Christine Kleinhenz
02:31:14
feedback
Frances Weiss
02:31:16
Positive interactions still virtually
Beau
02:31:16
Positive interactions in zoom classes
Kathryn Connell
02:31:17
the type of feedback I Give
Kristin Henke
02:31:23
I want to be more encouraging and interact more positively.
Orien Schmitz
02:31:33
feedback
john.biafore
02:31:37
John Biafore/Taking charge of the educational environment
Melissa - Tech Host
02:31:56
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john.biafore
02:32:01
Biafore.Great classs high energy
Joan Hoeler
02:32:49
Be more mindful that even short pull out sessions need to have goals set and articulated.
Karl Schleich
02:33:04
Thank you everyone!!!! Be safe and enjoy our lengthening days!
theresa cowden
02:33:56
Where are you in the warmth?
Karl Schleich
02:34:13
Kona!
theresa cowden
02:34:25
Nice! Used to teacher there for 10 years
Karl Schleich
02:34:54
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Anna Mekki
02:35:34
Thank you Karl and Diana. Have a great time in Anchorage and Hawaii
Jane Bulovsky
02:35:46
Have a wonderful spring break everyone!
Rafael Gallont
02:35:48
Thank you