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The Distance Learning Playbook Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Erika Jones
31:31
Watched my son play in a hockey tournament and did ZERO work
Ray Burns
31:38
Looking forward to going back home to Pennsylvania…I’ve already been informed by my wife that my To Do List is waiting for me
Tousignant_Yvette
35:37
Using SIri for a spelling test
Robert Hadley
36:01
Do they do a cheating dance?
Trevor
38:21
This is great! :)
Rachel Atkinson
38:32
That’s hilarious!
Robert Hadley
38:36
Would have been funnier if she was wrong!
Trevor
38:45
:)
Sarah Hopkins
38:47
In my case, mom gave the wrong answer, the glare from her kid was great
Robert Hadley
38:58
Lol
Erika Jones
38:59
LOL
Margaret McDonagh
39:10
lol
LaDorothy Lightfoot
39:35
I am certain this helps with eliminating with cheating.
Trevor
42:05
Teach-back...very effective!
Robert Hadley
44:35
waypoints
Rachel Atkinson
45:49
like the waterfall chat
Sarah Hopkins
50:51
or culturally there is a long wait time
varin_camille
51:09
Do you have any tips for gauging wait time when we don’t have the visual cues because kids don’t have cameras on?
Rachel Myron
53:31
… this inspires me to think of using the private chat feature in zoom... so that students who feel "vulnerable" by risking a question. To propose the answer to just the teacher.... without all students seeing it provides some "safety" (in a trusting relationship).
Sarah Hopkins
54:16
Yes Rachel- I always have chat to host only, and students pipe up all the time!
Myla Liljemark
56:04
If you are waiting for kids to type into the chat box it would need to be longer because so many kiddos don't know how to type.
Robert Hadley
56:22
20-30 seconds isn’t unusual here…
Robert Hadley
56:44
Its bloody well hard!
Goldberg-Tseng_Amy
57:01
Also allowing for time to let the students finish their thought even if there’s audio issues delaying when it comes in
Graham Storey
58:35
relationship
Laura
58:35
Humor with our joint tech abilities
teacher
58:35
Trauma Informed Practice
Michelle Leisure
58:35
Improvisation
Rachel Atkinson
58:35
instructional videos
Andrew Gillilan
58:35
created district wide webpage
Myla Liljemark
58:35
Tutoring kids who need help in math even though I'm the social studies teacher.
Brian Powell
58:35
Don’t communicate too much
Patty Woody
58:35
Being persistent reaching out to students.
Lindsay STURM
58:35
Hands on projects for kids to do at home
Margaret McDonagh
58:35
Being able to admit my own mistakes and struggles with technology.
Goldberg-Tseng_Amy
58:35
flexibility and fixing technology issues in that moment even for students
Tousignant_Yvette
58:35
Entertaining them
Jamie Vermillion
58:35
Canvas
Robert Hadley
58:35
Using Moodle?
Kelly Longrich
58:35
My teaching superpower is connecting with kids and making learning fun.
ddavis
58:35
Being Understanding about problems
AAdams@KPBSD.k12.ak.us
58:35
Empathy! 💖💖💖💖
Ellen Canapary
58:35
Learning how to use different on-line tools I never thought I’d understand.
sandra.manning
58:35
Trying to find ways to reach every student so they succeed.
Nadine Marx
58:35
organization
Jordan_Julie
58:35
Teaching the reading standard for the week.
Jamie Wyatt
58:35
positive relationships
varin_camille
58:35
Living syllabus
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
58:35
building genuine relationships
Sarah Hopkins
58:35
patience
Pete Daley
58:35
Ice breakers
Sandi Boyd
58:35
Listening
Anne Magalsky
58:35
Read aloud- listening to kids read
Karen L. Millington
58:35
Google meets
witter_jennifer
58:35
staying positive and encouraging teachers
Ava Ernst
58:36
patience
Trevor
58:36
Positive relationships with students
Julie jorlett
58:36
Humor
Kimberly Homme
58:37
Connecting with people at the beginning to create community
Curtis Jensen
58:37
As a coach, taking notes during coaching conversations to share with coachees afterwards…
Rachel Myron
58:37
I am not currently teaching... I am just in awe of ALL the active teachers with super-powers out there!
Andrew Krenz
58:38
Teaching math
Kathleen Fisher
58:38
Using math manipulative apps
CAMBRIA HOUTTE
58:44
Keeping a positive attitude
Boatman_Melissa
58:49
patience
LaDorothy Lightfoot
58:55
My teaching superpower during all of this is providing explicit instructions and directions. With the understand that everyone learns at different pace.
Ray Burns
59:54
Being able to admit my own mistakes and struggles with technology
Nancy Frey
01:00:00
Using math manipulative apps—because I don’t know a loy of Math apps
Graham Storey
01:00:14
Learning how to use different on-line tools—I’m a luddite
AAdams@KPBSD.k12.ak.us
01:00:15
Humor - It is my goal because I am getting lost in the day to day struggles sometimes!
Margaret McDonagh
01:00:17
Ice breakers - I jump into conversations too quickly.
Patty Woody
01:00:18
instructional videos- because I have only done one instructional video
Sandi Boyd
01:00:18
Humor - keeping students engaged
Curtis Jensen
01:00:18
My teaching superpower during all of this is providing explicit instructions and directions. With the understand that everyone learns at different pace.—This is new terrain for me in Distance Learning, but still a crucial move in a classroom, virtual or otherwise….
Amy Budge
01:00:19
Learning how to use different on-line tools I never thought I’d understand.- I didn't know a lot of tools.
Kaleigh Ryno
01:00:19
organization-schedules, routines are constantly being changed or modified and it makes me feel so unorganized with all the changes
Andrew Krenz
01:00:20
read aloud-listening to kids…its my goal because I haven’t done this. Children need to have someone to listen to them read.
Nadine Marx
01:00:20
Don’t communicate too much - because I think I talk too much.
Goldberg-Tseng_Amy
01:00:23
Using math manipulative apps because many of them are blocked but I would like to find ways to have my students to still acces and use them
Doug Walrath
01:00:24
Hands on projects for kids to do at home - first time home schooling elementary kiddos
Rachel Myron
01:00:27
I like Ellen's - "Learning how to use different on-line tools I never thought I’d understand." I just don't have a good picture of what may be out there and helpful. This course is helping a lot!
Lindsay STURM
01:00:29
Living syllabus - I’m not sure what this means but it intrigues me
Theresa Crushshon
01:00:30
staying positive and encouraging teachers
ddavis
01:00:30
Use Google Meets so I can connect better
Sally Benedict
01:00:31
My teaching superpower during all of this is providing explicit instructions and directions. With the understand that everyone learns at different pace.—- I really want people to understand my directions the first time
Jamie Wyatt
01:00:33
instructional videos- editing takes forever!
Boatman_Melissa
01:00:33
Canvas - to master it and better use it for my students
Ray Burns
01:00:35
Teach myself more remote apps
Rachel Atkinson
01:00:36
organization—it’s more important than ever. I am used to improvising as I go. And I am finding with distance ed that I need to be more intentional than ever
Carol H Jerue
01:00:36
Keeping a positive attitude because it is easy to get siscouragad
Sarah Hopkins
01:00:38
Canvas- Because I'm fighting it every inch of the way.
Pete Daley
01:00:39
building genuine relationships-to foster more discussion.
teacher
01:00:47
Keeping a positive attitude — sometimes it’s really easy to get discouraged.....
Kimberly Homme
01:00:48
Improved Listening, because you can learn a lot from where someone is at and how they are joining the session
Myla Liljemark
01:00:48
Teaching the reading standard for the week. - I just realized last week how important literacy standards in social studies are. I'm now teaching writing within social studies. Super fun.
Tousignant_Yvette
01:00:53
Teaching the reading standard for the week.- I gotten so much better as it is an expectation to keep the parents in the loop.
Theresa Crushshon
01:00:54
Using moodle
Trevor
01:00:55
patienceI need more of this as the semester draws to a close
Erika Jones
01:00:57
Building relationships despite the distance
Kathleen Fisher
01:00:58
Read aloud- listening to kids read —-I have not been able to create a good system in my current situation and I need that info to do better instruction.
Julie jorlett
01:01:03
Organization-i can always use new ideas!
varin_camille
01:01:06
From JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS: building genuine relationships- I have a hard time finding the time to teach a semester’s worth of content in a quarter and find ways to make meaningful connections with the kiddos.
Anne Magalsky
01:01:08
flexibility and fixing technology issues in that moment even for students- on boarding Moodle with 2nd grade this will be paramount!
Jordan_Julie
01:01:08
Using math manipulative apps-because I haven’t used many thus far.
Jamie Vermillion
01:01:14
Teaching the reading standard for the week. - I am a first time coach in ASD this year, so this is something that I want to get better at.
Ava Ernst
01:01:23
Humor-Bring joy into our distance learning
sandra.manning
01:01:24
Hands on projects for kids to do at home because I need to do that to engage the ones who are out
LaDorothy Lightfoot
01:01:30
Ray thank you for sharing your superpower. Its a reminder that we too can make mistakes and are also learners.
Ellen Canapary
01:01:31
Cambria; Keeping a positive attitude- I feel like I need to ‘reframe’ my thinking more often.
LaDorothy Lightfoot
01:01:33
Being able to admit my own mistakes and struggles with technology
Robert Hadley
01:01:36
Instructional videos, because I need to get over being self conscious about it!
CAMBRIA HOUTTE
01:01:37
Ice breakers- I know a few ice breakers, but they can be so helpful in the classroom I wish I had a wider range to fall back on!
Michelle Leisure
01:01:42
Teaching Math - I am an English teacher by nature, so I am always looking for ways to improve my math teaching skills.
Kathleen Fisher
01:03:55
https://www.mathlearningcenter.org/apps. These all have a way to use text and a drawing tool to document in the web app
varin_camille
01:04:18
Is that option to have students move to the room of their choice a feature that districts might have turned off? I have never been able to figure out how to do that.
AAdams@KPBSD.k12.ak.us
01:04:53
It is related to updates too...
varin_camille
01:05:04
Ok, thank you! I’ll look into it.
AAdams@KPBSD.k12.ak.us
01:05:19
Since devices are at home, somekiddos don't have it yet :)
Rachel Atkinson
01:07:04
This also helps reduce the cognitive load we were talking about last webinar, so as not to overload the students with too much auditory input
Kathleen Fisher
01:07:33
Zoom needs to increase the reaction options so you could use them for some of this.
Rachel Myron
01:07:42
... I love that it is so related to sing language...
Rachel Atkinson
01:07:44
I agree Kathleen
Rachel Myron
01:07:58
sign
Tousignant_Yvette
01:08:26
we made them for all of our students
Melissa Crane
01:08:52
Self-select breakout rooms feature requires desktop client or mobile app, version 5.3.0 or higher.
Michelle Leisure
01:09:28
I often teach my students actual sign language for hand gestures, so it becomes more universal and builds awareness of what others experience.
Sarah Hopkins
01:09:29
I also give a signal to show at the same time, so they all get the opportunity to respond.
Kathleen Fisher
01:15:51
ceiling fan boy is not having it
Kim Sweet
01:25:32
Thank you to my group.
Rachel Atkinson
01:30:13
He’s so cute!
Rachel Atkinson
01:41:48
Great discussion all in my group, both times, had me wishing for more time
Jocelyn Niedziela
01:42:25
Rachel I agree!
Carol H Jerue
01:42:53
Theresa in Bethel: New Sagaya Markets
Amanda Adams :)
01:43:18
Same Rachel! :)
Rachel Atkinson
01:43:27
What webinar/class is being offered in February?
CAMBRIA HOUTTE
01:45:04
I love the podcast idea!
Trevor
01:46:01
I love this idea!
ddavis
01:47:52
what is text match?
penny.gray
01:47:58
We are back here in Gambell,,,Maggie Gray and Penny Gray unfortunately our internet is ridiculous and we keep getting kicked off…
Jocelyn Niedziela
01:48:02
What program is that again?
Theresa Crushshon
01:48:15
Excellent ideas!
Nadine Marx
01:48:23
Turnitin
Jocelyn Niedziela
01:50:03
Thanks
Trevor
01:51:24
Self-Evaluations work so well...building on integrity
Nadine Marx
01:51:49
What is the title of the February webinar?
Jocelyn Niedziela
01:51:51
What training is in Feb?
Theresa Crushshon
01:51:51
Thank you. Amazing class!
Rachel Atkinson
01:51:53
These webinars have been great! Thank you Nancy!
Amanda Adams :)
01:51:53
Love this!!!!
Trevor
01:51:57
Thank you so much for all the help Nancy and Doug
ddavis
01:52:00
Thank you Nancy
Graham Storey
01:52:02
Thanks
Sarah Hopkins
01:52:04
Thank you!
Melissa Crane
01:52:08
Survey Link 4: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2258XX3
Julie jorlett
01:52:09
Thank you Nancy
Jordan_Julie
01:52:12
Thank you Nancy and to Doug as well. Always fantastic classes!
Margaret McDonagh
01:52:14
Thank You!!
Angela Palasigue
01:52:21
Thank you!
Anne Magalsky
01:52:21
Thanks so much!
Ellen Canapary
01:52:26
Thank you!
sandra.manning
01:52:30
Thank you so much.
Kim Sweet
01:52:32
Thank you!
Peggie Price
01:52:53
Thank you. I always enjoy learning from both of you.
Ray Burns
01:53:10
Thanks Nancy and Doug…seeya next year
Kimberly Homme
01:53:34
Thank you, Nancy! Take care!
Nancy Frey
01:53:39
Bye everyone! Be well! Kelly T. will send info to you soon about the February series.
LaDorothy Lightfoot
01:53:45
Will we need to complete a survey for this session?
Rachel Atkinson
01:53:50
Both presenters—Nancy and Doug—have been amazing. Have really appreciated these webinars