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MAST/MSELA presentation - Shared screen with speaker view
Betsey Clifford (she/her/hers)
22:53
www.massscienceteach.org
Sandra Pearl, SEED Inc.
01:30:49
Can we have a concrete example of what makes a “culturally responsive pedagogy”?
angelaarmstrong
01:30:52
will we have access to these slides?
Jake Foster
01:31:52
Thank you for sharing important considerations. Can you talk about potential relationship between project-based learning and attending to cultural context of students?
Riley Potter
01:36:51
Thank you so much for teaching me about this topic. This was really interesting. I’m sorry that I have to leave early, but I didn’t want to go without thanking you for taking the time to present on this topic.
Bob Rocha (he/his)
01:38:28
I should add that I work at a museum, not in a classroom.
Susan Reyes (she/her/hers)
01:39:32
Strategies for high achievement - some of my ELL advisory students self created a very unique study group based on shared life experiences - I think it might be replicable. They made goals for each other and held each other accountable. Social aspect kept them afloat remote stuck inside homes.
Meg Hanly
01:40:20
👏🏻
Bob Rocha (he/his)
01:40:21
It seems like the job of teaching real science is made more difficult by parents attending 'Google University' and 'Facebook Medical School'.
Maryfrances Kirshenbaum
01:41:47
Are there any resources to share with students that say: “Science isn’t for me”. More tangible materials. Kids need to know how what they are learning is meaningful in their lives.
Susan Reyes (she/her/hers)
01:43:42
Thank you very much - greatly appreciated!
Kaitlyn DiRenzo (she / her/ hers)
01:46:02
Thank you!
Betsey Clifford (she/her/hers)
01:46:04
Rosalind Franklin with DNA can be an example of a woman who didn't get credit
Maryfrances Kirshenbaum
01:46:14
Thank you very much!
Bob Gilmore (He, Him, His)
01:46:18
Thank you for the insights and ideas. Be well.
Bob Rocha (he/his)
01:46:23
Really, really well prepared and delivered. Thank you.
Kaitlyn DiRenzo (she / her/ hers)
01:46:25
Thank you all!
Kathy Brooks
01:46:26
Thank you very much!
Katherine Blagden
01:46:35
Thank you!
Jake Foster
01:46:41
Thank you!
Betsey Clifford (she/her/hers)
01:46:42
www.massscienceteach.org
Paula Duhon
01:46:51
Thank you for holding this webinar. Greatly appreciated.
Julie Delfino
01:46:53
Thank you!