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ASDN: Explicit Instruction: High Leverage Practices that Yield LEARNING Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Megan Pepper
31:58
Sorry late answering! I teach 2nd Grade
KathyFreeman
36:44
Special education teacher K-12
Fanny
43:30
fanny Parker from Togiak AK
Molly Chingliak
44:15
Molly Chingliak by way of Goodnew
Knipfer_Alison
01:12:49
Echo reading and “My turn” “Your turn”
Rod Lloyd
01:12:51
Give thinking time
Amanda Torgerson
01:12:55
Studytime, then read them with a partner
patti.lloyd
01:12:58
100% participation
webb_deborah
01:12:58
echo reading
Jeremy McKibben
01:12:58
Judicious practice and echo reading
Dara
01:12:59
Repetition
Erin
01:13:00
Repetition, partner talk, checking in
Kathryn Mansfield
01:13:00
Repetition
Melissa Schroeder
01:13:01
Thinking time
Katherine Burns
01:13:01
1. Retrieval using fingers
Rod Lloyd
01:13:01
Review imbedded in the lesson
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:13:01
study time
Gena Horine
01:13:02
fingers on the desk then hold them up
Courtney Ellingson
01:13:03
Echo reading and finger answers on desk first then in the air
Elizabeth Smith
01:13:03
Ech reading
Amanda Torgerson
01:13:03
Fingers on desk
becky
01:13:04
Multiple response opportunities & taking turns
kwoodie
01:13:05
Morphemic analysis with -cian, -er, and -ist.
Ireys_Jade
01:13:05
Echo reading, Lesson Review
apadilla
01:13:06
Holds up
Shannon Hudson
01:13:07
Clarity & sentence frames
brad.webster UNK
01:13:07
Opportunity to respond to partner before saying as a class
haugsven_aimee
01:13:08
say word multiple times
Ian Hudson
01:13:08
Not singling out students who responded wrong with answers
webb_deborah
01:13:09
Hands showing numbers
shannon.clouse
01:13:10
Choral reading and tapping out words
lk05152
01:13:11
anticipatory set, choral response, Cloze,
Nels Evens
01:13:11
Partner talks
Jolene Mercer
01:13:12
finger hold ups...form number on table first
darlene Jeppesen
01:13:13
monitored by walking around
Lillian Outcalt
01:13:14
synonym
jvincent.ak@gmail.com
01:13:14
Kept the pace lively, held their interest
Holly Davis
01:13:15
Leave out key words and have kids say them.
Miriam Colón
01:13:16
Reinforcing
Katie Straley
01:13:16
use of examples and non-examples, using suffixes to teach meanings of words
Katherine Burns
01:13:17
2. Lots of opportunities to say and hear word
webb_deborah
01:13:17
partner talks
beth sprankle
01:13:17
Choral responses
Kate Hamre
01:13:19
Thumbs up but at chest level; fingers on table
Anne Magalsky
01:13:19
Addressing student behaviors individually without interrupting instruction
Annaleah Karron
01:13:22
prelearning - reading the words TO them before having them read the passage
Maria Gutleben
01:13:22
Choral responses and think pair share
Holly Williams
01:13:23
A variety of opportunities to respond
Miriam Colón
01:13:23
Active student engagement
Allison W
01:13:24
choral responses, repetitions, physical movement (hands)
KathyFreeman
01:13:24
thumbs up
Sherri Baktuit
01:13:25
high engagement through finger hold ups
Julie Fabignon-Cross
01:13:25
Using the new vocabulary words in sentences for context over and over
Rod Lloyd
01:13:25
Multiple definitions
lk05152
01:13:26
repeated practice of vocabulary
Lorna Porter
01:13:27
“Yes or no” giving options so kids know what type of answer you expect.
beth sprankle
01:13:27
funny images/jokes
Kara Abel
01:13:27
Choral reaponse
Lillian Outcalt
01:13:29
close reading
Katherine Burns
01:13:29
Making connection to suffix words
kwoodie
01:13:32
Syllabication
joanna.wassillie
01:13:32
Kinetic support of words
apadilla
01:13:32
Guided instruction
brad.webster UNK
01:13:33
Write, show, say, repeat
Ireys_Jade
01:13:34
Keep your with my voice with mine
Regina Bellereide
01:13:36
Think time before raising your thumb; EXPLICIT instruction with the vocabulary WITH multiple examples and pictures
Holly Davis
01:13:37
Repetition!
Sienna Griggs
01:13:37
Lots of different examples using the same word - repetitive practice at a brisk pace
darlene Jeppesen
01:13:38
giving examples, cloze read, practiced words several times,
sbell
01:13:41
Opportunities to respond, Time to think
webb_deborah
01:13:41
Teaching how to use the thumb’s up
patti.lloyd
01:13:41
I do, we do
Kara Abel
01:13:44
Keep your voice with mine
apadilla
01:13:45
repetition
Katherine Burns
01:13:46
circulating
Ireys_Jade
01:13:49
Cloze reading
Anne Magalsky
01:13:49
Using synonyms to match up to the word- by oral response instead of as a worksheet.
patti.lloyd
01:13:49
Interesting subject!
Dara
01:13:56
Lots of choices on their responses
Katherine Burns
01:13:56
Connecting word back to story often
KathyFreeman
01:14:03
explicit with expectations
Ireys_Jade
01:14:03
HAving the kids give exmaples of the words
darleia.caldwell
01:14:04
Close reading
paula.alvana
01:14:04
Defining vocabulary words using the word with pictures that illustrate/reinforce the word. Also “writing number of answer on desk and then holding ups the number in air.
Denise Rosales
01:14:08
tape on the desk for syllables
Lorna Porter
01:14:09
Partner shares with sentence frames
darlene Jeppesen
01:14:09
Used pictures to give examples
Ireys_Jade
01:14:12
Lesson Review!
Regina Bellereide
01:14:17
Forming the number on the table and then raising them in the air
Lillian Outcalt
01:14:19
walking around monitoring understanding
joanna.wassillie
01:14:22
Examples & NON-example
kathleen.abrams
01:14:26
Read me and go, thumbs up review all words with me
darleia.caldwell
01:14:27
sentence frames
lk05152
01:14:31
partner work, hold ups
Ireys_Jade
01:14:36
Giving students the cues to use
Denise Rosales
01:14:40
stop read the next word
darlene Jeppesen
01:14:40
great retrieval for checking for understanding
Julie Fabignon-Cross
01:14:43
Including a joke to peak interesting
Regina Bellereide
01:15:03
Demonstrating -cian, -er, -ist using the same person and the roles he could fill
Fanny
01:15:27
verbally praise…
Molly Chingliak
01:17:29
I completely lost connection
Courtney Hudson
01:17:35
Choral reading & echo reading
darleia.caldwell
01:18:11
We can see you
Maria Gutleben
01:18:14
its in our gallery view
Dara
01:18:17
I can see her but not the pp
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:18:32
Isee Dr. A and a small bar of our pictures
Dara
01:18:51
yep
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:18:52
yes
Annaleah Karron
01:18:53
We can see you!
Lillian Wise
01:19:56
I have no sound
Maria Gutleben
01:29:46
I had students do physical movement for the vocabulary word and if caught doing the movement or word in class, they got a point.
Deirdre Washburn
01:32:25
Lol…
Lillian Wise
01:35:07
yes thank you
Amanda Torgerson
01:46:26
I tuned out after the first 2 minutes
Regina Bellereide
01:46:28
Kids zone out
Annaleah Karron
01:46:29
No student participation/recall
Gena Horine
01:46:29
student might zone out
webb_deborah
01:46:29
a wandering mind!
Lillian Outcalt
01:46:30
not interactive
paula.alvana
01:46:30
There is no retrieval required
kwoodie
01:46:30
disengaged
Knipfer_Alison
01:46:31
Lacks student interraction
Katie Straley
01:46:32
students become disengaged
Ian Hudson
01:46:32
No student participation
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:46:33
students aren’t doing anyting
beth sprankle
01:46:34
Teacher does all the work
Kara Abel
01:46:34
So much information at once!
webb_deborah
01:46:36
No recall
patti.lloyd
01:46:36
No participation
haugsven_aimee
01:46:36
No student participation
Regina Bellereide
01:46:36
Sensory overload
Melissa Schroeder
01:46:37
zoning out
darlene Jeppesen
01:46:37
no memory retrieval
Sienna Griggs
01:46:38
Students aren't responsible for anything. Zone out.
becky
01:46:38
a lot of info at one time
Deirdre Washburn
01:46:38
Just memory
Kara Abel
01:46:38
No engagement.
Lorna Porter
01:46:39
Not every kid will listen to the whole thing.
Kim Hollingsworth
01:46:40
too much information at once
Molly Chingliak
01:46:41
the kids can wait for the teacher
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:46:41
i zoned out…. sorry
Anne Magalsky
01:46:42
overwhelm
Jeremy McKibben
01:46:42
no recall
Rod Lloyd
01:46:42
Little student participation
Allison W
01:46:42
students aren't as engaged and can tune out
Ireys_Jade
01:46:43
Kids zone out
joanna.wassillie
01:46:44
Lots of information to retain over a long period of time
Denise Rosales
01:46:44
low participation
Ireys_Jade
01:46:45
No recall
Kate Hamre
01:46:45
Not engaging
ddougherty
01:46:45
too much information from teacher
lk05152
01:46:47
unable to visualize info -just verbal
Erin
01:46:47
not engaging
apadilla
01:46:48
No feedback
Shannon Hudson
01:46:48
No response/student interaction
Courtney Hudson
01:46:49
No engagement from students
Jolene Mercer
01:46:49
Teacher is doing all the thinking.
Holly Davis
01:46:50
We zoned out!
Donita Jerue
01:46:50
The teacher is doing all the work.
Holly Williams
01:46:51
kids might zone out
Katherine Burns
01:46:51
Students aren’t held accountable to actively engage
Ireys_Jade
01:46:52
too much information
Regina Bellereide
01:46:53
Oh my….I would pray for class to end....
shannon.clouse
01:46:54
Students lose interest and zone out, they aren’t interacting.
Nels Evens
01:46:54
No time to engage
Sherri Baktuit
01:46:57
There was no visual so I started not remembering
Miriam Colón
01:46:58
Too much information, no engagement
apadilla
01:46:58
No responses
darleia.caldwell
01:46:59
cognitive overload
darlene Jeppesen
01:47:01
no engagement
sbell
01:47:01
Low engagement
Maria Gutleben
01:47:03
Check out, lecture
patti.lloyd
01:47:03
I took notes
Ireys_Jade
01:47:03
No responses
kathleen.abrams
01:47:09
There was so much information I could not keep up!
Denise Rosales
01:47:17
teacher centered
Fanny
01:47:20
student overload-no responses
Courtney Ellingson
01:47:23
no chunking, too much info
KathyFreeman
01:47:27
Students not expected to retrievie info
Elizabeth Smith
01:47:42
teacher does heavy lifting
Brenda Hager
01:47:44
low engagement
Rypkema_Mary
01:47:48
Easy to not engage
Sienna Griggs
01:49:35
OH my goodness - such a different tone already!
Deirdre Washburn
01:49:55
organized
Rypkema_Mary
01:50:29
House & Senate!!
joanna.wassillie
01:50:48
House of Rep & Senate
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:50:53
this is much more engaging…. I can refocus now!
Fanny
01:50:55
House of Rep
Fanny
01:51:00
Senate House
Fanny
01:51:37
Population
joanna.wassillie
01:51:37
Population - area
joanna.wassillie
01:52:01
435
Kate Hamre
01:52:09
435
darlene Jeppesen
01:52:09
435
Anne Magalsky
01:52:12
435
darleia.caldwell
01:52:13
435
Fanny
01:52:16
435
Ireys_Jade
01:52:16
435
Elizabeth Smith
01:52:19
435
Kara Abel
01:52:20
435
Miriam Colón
01:52:47
2 years
joanna.wassillie
01:52:47
2
apadilla
01:52:49
2
Melissa Schroeder
01:52:50
2
Kara Abel
01:52:52
2
darlene Jeppesen
01:52:53
2
darleia.caldwell
01:52:54
2
Erin
01:52:54
2
Fanny
01:52:55
2 year
Ireys_Jade
01:52:55
2
Deirdre Washburn
01:52:55
2 years
KathyFreeman
01:52:57
2
Anne Magalsky
01:52:58
2
Brenda Hager
01:53:02
2
Deirdre Washburn
01:53:26
Nice, they can correct the answer
Fanny
01:53:26
2 senators
Miriam Colón
01:53:28
2 per state
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:53:29
2
Brenda Hager
01:53:30
2
Denise Rosales
01:53:30
2
Erin
01:53:30
2
joanna.wassillie
01:53:30
2 per state
becky
01:53:31
2
Kara Abel
01:53:33
2
Dara
01:53:35
2
darleia.caldwell
01:53:36
2
darlene Jeppesen
01:53:37
exactly 2 per
Anne Magalsky
01:53:39
2
joanna.wassillie
01:53:40
100
Miriam Colón
01:53:41
100
becky
01:53:41
100
Melissa Schroeder
01:53:42
100
Fanny
01:53:42
100
Anne Magalsky
01:53:43
100
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:53:44
100
KathyFreeman
01:53:44
100
Jolene Mercer
01:53:44
100
Erin
01:53:45
100
Ireys_Jade
01:53:45
100
Dara
01:53:45
100
Brenda Hager
01:53:45
100
darlene Jeppesen
01:53:49
100
Kara Abel
01:53:49
100
darleia.caldwell
01:53:55
100
Denise Rosales
01:53:58
100
joanna.wassillie
01:54:04
6
Fanny
01:54:04
6 years
Denise Rosales
01:54:05
6
Miriam Colón
01:54:05
6 years
KathyFreeman
01:54:05
6
becky
01:54:05
6
Erin
01:54:07
6
Jeremy McKibben
01:54:08
100
Dara
01:54:09
6
darlene Jeppesen
01:54:10
6 years
Anne Magalsky
01:54:11
6
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:54:12
6
Ireys_Jade
01:54:13
6
Brenda Hager
01:54:14
6
Jeremy McKibben
01:54:15
6 years
Kara Abel
01:54:39
6 years.
Regina Bellereide
01:55:41
I like the opportunity for students to show what they know as well, so the “bonus” section is a perfect addition. Collective Genius.
Ireys_Jade
01:56:05
Bonus Material is a great idea!
Knipfer_Alison
01:56:06
it was interractive
joanna.wassillie
01:56:07
Students did the work
Deirdre Washburn
01:56:08
interaction
darleia.caldwell
01:56:10
Active!
Sienna Griggs
01:56:11
Engaged from the first moment!
beth sprankle
01:56:11
Engaged
Nels Evens
01:56:14
Students get to participate
Molly Chingliak
01:56:14
Check what they knew
Ian Hudson
01:56:14
Engaging
Melissa Schroeder
01:56:15
Interactive
becky
01:56:16
interactive
Katie Straley
01:56:17
students has a task
Knipfer_Alison
01:56:18
students had to recall/retrieve information
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:56:18
there way more interaction between students and teacher
Jolene Mercer
01:56:19
opportunities to respond
Erin
01:56:19
more engaging
Miriam Colón
01:56:20
Engagement
apadilla
01:56:20
Checking understanding
haugsven_aimee
01:56:21
had to think, pay attention
Ireys_Jade
01:56:21
Interactive
webb_deborah
01:56:22
engagement/interactive
Miriam Colón
01:56:22
quick
Courtney Hudson
01:56:22
Engagement!
Elizabeth Smith
01:56:22
Interactive
Rod Lloyd
01:56:23
I had to produce information and review it
Annaleah Karron
01:56:24
active participation, students were expected to produce something
Katherine Burns
01:56:24
Accountability
KathyFreeman
01:56:24
students had to think retrieve, work
Brenda Hager
01:56:24
critical thinking
Denise Rosales
01:56:24
student centered
Gena Horine
01:56:25
students had to answer and then had time to change their answer if needed
Ireys_Jade
01:56:25
Engaging
Kara Abel
01:56:25
Student engagement plus equal engagement.
sbell
01:56:25
You can fail, but it’s okay. You can fix it
Holly Williams
01:56:25
You can see what students remember
ddougherty
01:56:26
Active participation
Allison W
01:56:26
student engagement, checking answers, feedback
Courtney Ellingson
01:56:27
even if kids forgot parts, they will learn them through this process
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
01:56:27
more apportunities to respond
Rypkema_Mary
01:56:28
Opportunity to show w hatyou know & correct
Deirdre Washburn
01:56:28
Student work with instant feedback
Kate Hamre
01:56:28
Teacher can see student responses; engagement
Fanny
01:56:29
retrieval interactive, engagement
Jeremy McKibben
01:56:31
interactive and engaging
darlene Jeppesen
01:56:31
Engaging, interactive, memory, positive
Anne Magalsky
01:56:33
It allowed me to reflect on my own level of understanding
Katherine Burns
01:56:33
Correction for missed response
Ian Hudson
01:56:33
Correcting potential wrong answers
Regina Bellereide
01:56:35
Hand to Brain task; research shows that writing helps retention.
kwoodie
01:56:39
Focused on critical information with interaction
lk05152
01:56:42
chart, interactive, engagement, opportunities to respond
paula.alvana
01:56:42
Retrieval is better because I actually had to “think. I was actively thinking of my answers”
Katherine Burns
01:56:42
Open ended for bonus details
patti.lloyd
01:56:46
interactive
Lorna Porter
01:56:51
Students were responsible for information even if they were not able to retrieve it at that moment.
shannon.clouse
01:56:59
Lots of participation and it was fun!
kathleen.abrams
01:56:59
Questions were specific and it was interactive.
Ireys_Jade
01:57:02
Open eneded for bonus material
Anne Magalsky
01:57:19
Retrieval review!
Jay F
02:02:01
retrieval practice
Sienna Griggs
02:03:16
Haha! :)
Fanny
02:09:19
These are awesome! TY
darlene Jeppesen
02:09:37
Ohh, good idea.
Molly Chingliak
02:10:13
Making a game “fun” for review is a great idea, yes
Kara Abel
02:10:45
I really like Monday review.
Courtney Hudson
02:10:57
I also think a Monday review is great
Sienna Griggs
02:10:58
Agreed!
apadilla
02:11:17
That’s great
dianakurka
02:12:12
This is part of the assignment for this week if you are taking the webinaR for credit. (checking out the websites)!
Deirdre Washburn
02:12:44
Thank you
Molly Chingliak
02:13:05
ty
Dara
02:13:29
YES!!!
apadilla
02:13:30
agreed
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
02:13:34
thank you!
darlene Jeppesen
02:14:04
Sorry, no camera
Amiee Rinehart
02:14:34
I have a meeting now and need to leave. Thank you.
apadilla
02:14:57
No camera, unable to start video
beth sprankle
02:15:13
Thank you. I have another meeting.
Jay F
02:15:21
i can’t start my video
Brenda Hager
02:15:29
Thank you!
Fanny
02:15:37
Thank you
Rypkema_Mary
02:15:40
Do we have these slides?
dianakurka
02:15:44
Don’t worry about it Jay.
dianakurka
02:16:03
Yes you have the slides on our resource page.
KathyFreeman
02:17:06
I would have them include context clues in their sentences:-)
Rypkema_Mary
02:18:23
^I wasn’t able to open the screen shot
darlene Jeppesen
02:18:29
Great question and thank for explaining.
Dara
02:18:32
It is making sure that they have the expectation right?
Deirdre Washburn
02:18:40
Thank you very much!
Sienna Griggs
02:19:21
Anita - do you have any specific retrieval examples for reading strategies?
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:19:49
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMHVSJG
Allison W
02:19:50
Thank you, Anita!
Rypkema_Mary
02:19:55
So the credit requirement is only for 1, 8, & 15 April for Elementary, correct?
apadilla
02:20:43
So meaningful
KathyFreeman
02:20:56
Yes excellent! thank you!
Fanny
02:21:05
Okay
patti.lloyd
02:21:44
I think elementary has a class on the 29th as well Mary.
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
02:23:40
I just wanted to share the my second graders are LOVING the reading routine of reading the next word after I stop. Thank you for this engaging way to practice reading with the students.
Ireys_Jade
02:24:12
My second graders are too!
darlene Jeppesen
02:24:17
Kristina, I agree!
patti.lloyd
02:25:02
Yes, I was just answering Mary’s question up above.
Dara
02:25:54
Thank you!
Rypkema_Mary
02:26:01
Patti, that’s when the secondary class is, as i understand it
Molly Chingliak
02:26:05
Thank you
joanna.wassillie
02:26:08
Has anyone taken the class on Close Reading? Recommend?
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:26:31
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMHVSJG
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:26:38
Survey Link ^
patti.lloyd
02:26:41
No, secondary is on the 22nd
Jay F
02:27:06
I am taking a class on close reading
Kristina Hunter 2nd Grade Aurora Elem. ASD
02:27:39
Thanks everyone!
darlene Jeppesen
02:27:43
Thank you Dr. Archer. You are so knowledgeable.
Holly Davis
02:27:49
See you next week. Thanks!
dianakurka
02:27:54
dkurka@alaskaacsa.org
Denise Rosales
02:28:01
Thank you!
Courtney Ellingson
02:28:15
I need to head out all. Thank you!!!
webb_deborah
02:28:42
Thanks, I need to head out too
dianakurka
02:28:53
Webinar 3 is Elementary
Regina Bellereide
02:28:58
Thank you for your instruction, Ladies!
dianakurka
02:29:03
Webinar 4 is Secondary
Jay F
02:29:10
can you put the link to register in the chat box
dianakurka
02:29:41
Credit Course Registration Link: https://cvent.me/4xBzmg
Jay F
02:29:50
thank you
dianakurka
02:30:51
If you have specific questions about the class, just email me. dkurka@alaskaacsa.org
paula.alvana
02:32:19
Thank you, Anita and Diana
Miriam Colón
02:32:25
Thank you!
apadilla
02:32:36
TY Anita
darlene Jeppesen
02:32:39
Great question Sienna.
Sienna Griggs
02:32:43
Anita - could you give me the link you were talking about?
Katherine Burns
02:32:48
Thank you! Love that note taking advice as well :0)
Sienna Griggs
02:32:49
The two hour one?
Sienna Griggs
02:34:19
Thank you - loved today! :)