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Learning that Transfers - Visible Learning for Social Studies and Beyond Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Suzanne Bell
34:47
Community, trauma,
Brad Sturm
34:56
Hope vs. hurt
Tariq Malik
35:12
Good Afternoon Everyone… Tariq Malik- Yakutat
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
36:09
Course Registration: https://cvent.me/GzqQGb
Karen Beranek
37:46
i saw some snow buntings
Brad Sturm
38:06
I’ve found free time in my day enough to finish a knitting project
Julie Stern
38:16
Awesome Karen and Brad!
Noelle Derse, ASDN
38:27
Made a piñata with my daughter for her birthday
Julie Stern
38:31
I mostly organized my messy basement, ha, it feels so good now every time I walk into it.
Molly Chingliak
38:43
I made low bush cranberry jam
becky.long
38:54
Christmas shopped for my grandkids
Suzanne Bell
39:00
A neighbor plowed my driveway! He didn’t say anything, just came and did it while I was at work.
Tariq Malik
39:05
Worked with my students to get them assessed.
Julie Stern
39:05
Wow, Becky on top of it! ;)
eston
39:24
I finally started watching Game of Thrones so I could understand the phenomenon!
Julie Stern
39:26
Excellent Tariq
Tariq Malik
39:41
Merci, Gracis
roann.baldry
39:48
I listened to my youngest nephew greet me on the phone, with an odd hello that sounded just like his Dad.
Julie Stern
41:44
That’s cute and cool, Roann. Heritage, DNA :)
Karen Beranek
41:47
anchoring the concepts of a chapter or unit—and helping students organize ideas
Molly Chingliak
41:51
The use use of similar pictures to get the main idea was a fun way to “play”
Tariq Malik
42:07
For early childhood ( elementary) , how to break it down a level where its practical, effective and applicable?
Suzanne Bell
42:10
Aquire-Connect-Transfer, Engaging ways to access prior knowledge.
eston
42:43
Having intentional conversations with students about how they learn…
Douglas Penn
42:46
Tariq asked this question last week at the end regarding scaling this down to primary age students
Brad Sturm
42:58
I liked the See It model
roann.baldry
43:18
How to translate larger unit ideas 'isms' into a manageable link, how to open up and anchor, political and economic systems terminology.
roann.baldry
45:52
Yes so start with examples, of those more difficult topics e.g. liberalism (classical versus modern).
Tariq Malik
48:44
Question is” Whose values ( cultural) symbols reflect?
Tariq Malik
51:32
D
becky.long
51:55
A & D
Alex Tatum
52:07
A andc
Douglas Penn
52:09
b and d
Matthew LaHue
52:09
D
Karen Beranek
52:10
A, B, D not sure about C, maybe that comes with working through a unit with students
MirabelleBlossom
52:17
D
Molly Chingliak
52:21
d
roann.baldry
52:24
D
Suzanne Bell
52:28
A,B,D
eston
53:06
A,B, C, and D are all possible but it depends on how competent I am in a subject!
Karen Beranek
53:46
eston—yes!
Molly Chingliak
56:48
tier 1 to tier 2
Tariq Malik
56:48
Global Vs analytical view
Suzanne Bell
57:20
A - checklist of topics to cover. B - understanding of how things influence other things and
Matthew LaHue
57:20
Classroom B is using something similar to the posthole method and A is teaching in a linear style
eston
57:25
Well, classroom B is structured for thinking and higher levels of analysis.
Tariq Malik
59:39
Quality VS Quantity
eston
01:01:26
I definitely was guilty early on in covering topics vs. creating opportunities to think, grow, analyze, and apply understanding. I owe my first two years of teaching students an apology. ;)
Tariq Malik
01:01:41
Sequential and tiered learning once becomes a skill for students, that’s where the higher order thinking skills kick in. To get to that point a strategy based learning model is essential for each incremental; level
Alex Tatum
01:01:55
Where I’m vs where we are
Suzanne Bell
01:02:07
It’s not all in the textbook, what are the other sources you are going to bring in to make it relevant and engaging? Look at the subject as a whole and where do your concepts link?
Douglas Penn
01:03:49
a great website for global perspectives
Alex Tatum
01:04:52
Just do it
Alekaq
01:05:11
Identity
Julie Stern
01:05:12
Protest, identity, perspective, oppression, stereotype, discrimination
Karen Beranek
01:05:19
expression
eston
01:05:29
Passion…doing something you love
Julie Stern
01:05:42
Ownership, authorship
Alekaq
01:05:46
Expression
Karen Beranek
01:05:59
civic participation
Julie Stern
01:05:59
Innovation
Alekaq
01:06:19
Culture
eston
01:06:20
History…ties to cultural identity
Julie Stern
01:06:22
change
Tariq Malik
01:06:28
Passioned protest to a lost way of thinking perhaps.. lamenting what Bolivia, in this case was and what it has become.. a political statement/ scream….
becky.long
01:06:29
fearlessness
Julie Stern
01:06:36
Life, vitality
Suzanne Bell
01:06:46
Cultural identity, cultural expression, protest
roann.baldry
01:07:43
Ingenuity and creativity persevering
Julie Stern
01:09:22
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dnb0CxwsZH4aJEGVyhFERuGag1-mqEkGOAaQc39xBOI/template/preview
roann.baldry
01:12:30
The role of compassion in history, events and human endeavors. (Struggling with the wording).
Julie Stern
01:13:25
So compassion as an anchor concept, I like that.
roann.baldry
01:13:58
I think compassion is something students can easily connect to in their lives, then to build that up to a social justice framework for analyzing and thinking critically about historical events....???
Alex Tatum
01:14:34
Compassion is something that everyone should have but only if you have it
Julie Stern
01:14:38
How does compassion shape our view of historical events?
Julie Stern
01:15:04
OR! How does compassion shape our analysis of history?
Molly Chingliak
01:15:27
Modify the illustration of one topic to a local or native illustration for understanding background
Tariq Malik
01:15:57
Students like us all operate upon” what’s in it for me” and to combine there desires into what the learning objective is , adds value. Bringf in that change at all planning aspects to accommodate compassion linked to History
Karen Beranek
01:16:06
what factors override compassion?
becky.long
01:16:19
Empathy, responsibility to our community
Tariq Malik
01:16:48
Common goals
Tariq Malik
01:17:54
$$$$
eston
01:19:26
So, in Singapore math you can give the answer and say figure out the problem or equation…similar concept
Tariq Malik
01:23:44
impressive
eston
01:32:59
I worked at a school that was really in to “thinking maps” and I liked them but they were a set system. I love that in visual learning there is freedom to map and make connections without a prescriptive expectation.
Tariq Malik
01:37:34
FREEDOM. Is so huge as a concept
Julie Stern
01:44:49
Accidental discovery
Molly Chingliak
01:45:01
Chemical bonds
becky.long
01:45:06
environment
Julie Stern
01:45:17
Investigation, food, waste, human-environment interaction
Julie Stern
01:45:19
solution
Tariq Malik
01:45:59
Human survival as reversed engineering through those little babies
Julie Stern
01:48:07
https://learningthattransfers.com/digital-storyboards/
Robyn Dulco
01:49:45
Such an excellent resource!
Julie Stern
01:50:11
Yay, Robyn, so glad to hear. :)
roann.baldry
01:50:48
I can see how this would work with a padlet.
Julie Stern
01:51:10
You mean the storyboard template? The columns?
Alex Tatum
01:53:37
There's so many things to review!
Alex Tatum
01:54:37
Very thought provocative
eston
01:55:22
Very cool. Thanks for sharing that.
eston
01:56:13
What happens when you have a conflict but also compassion?
Tariq Malik
01:56:26
Lost audio … unstable internet
Suzanne Bell
01:57:28
(Instructional Coach here). What effect do passion and knowledge have on teaching/learning?
roann.baldry
01:57:38
What happens on a teeter-totter when one side isn't balanced with the other?
Molly Chingliak
01:57:48
What is the connection between science and social studies
MirabelleBlossom
01:58:27
What is the purpose of characters in a story?
Alex Tatum
01:58:27
Animals of the north pole and animals of the south
Matthew LaHue
01:58:36
Why did the US sell arms to both England and Germany before it entered WW I?
Julie Stern
01:58:51
Going even deeper or more specific, Molly, thinking about something like: How do human emotions impact scientific investigations? Or ethics?
roann.baldry
01:59:44
What effect do compassion and kindness have on human's responses to conflict?
Tariq Malik
01:59:44
Is Human Morality a one way flowing river or is War & Peace in different realms…
Tariq Malik
02:00:45
Lost audio
Molly Chingliak
02:00:47
COVID heehee
Robyn Dulco
02:00:52
What effect do factories and products have on regions?
Alice Rearden
02:01:31
How does exploration impact culture
roann.baldry
02:01:57
What effect do environmental initiatives have on industry? Know the balance between conflict and compassion..?
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:02:47
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Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:03:42
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roann.baldry
02:04:35
When you loose track of time that's how you know learning is happening...
eston
02:04:38
Thank you