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Positive Behavior Supports for Classroom and School Reentry Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
marlon.serina
33:30
thankfulness
Carrie Bauer
35:24
Denis Waitley is one of my favorite authors!!
Karina
36:13
My healthy Family
rayburns
36:14
internet
glaser_sarah
36:23
Resuming school Festivals that we missed last year
Daly_Beth
36:24
I”m grateful for kindness among my students.
rayburns
36:24
My wife
Rovan Agad
36:26
For another productive school day and my family and another day to live
Sison_Mia
36:26
I’m grateful for my colleagues
Lillian Kiunya
36:30
I am thankful for life and the memories we make each day.
earljeffrey
36:31
I have amazing students!!!
Alex Tatum
36:31
My grand children!
Susan Moore
36:38
My kids coming home for holidays
marlon.serina
36:40
Good Health
Carrie Bauer
36:41
My sister who is a nurse and lets me know more about Covid
dubois_barbara
36:41
I literally just got back from walking around Baxter Bog because I live 1/4th of a mile from there! I’m grateful for my health, my husband, my job and my pets. And my friends!
Mitchell Haygood
36:44
I'm still able to stand at the end of the day.
E. Jones
36:46
TAs and Tutors
Wells_Erin
36:49
Grateful for my job that I LOVE! Grateful for music that communicates my soul.
Daly_Beth
37:00
Grateful to be able to do things I love.
glaser_sarah
37:03
Substitute Teachers!
Dirk Miller
37:03
Grateful to get to watch my daughter playing in the NWAC college soccer championship
jasmine.hightower
37:11
my family
dubois_barbara
37:31
I live on Jennifer circle, two blocks away from your neighborhood!
Antoinina Hammersland
38:15
I'm thankful for my brothers, mom and husband for being patient with me.
dubois_barbara
38:50
Jennifer circle is off of Defiance. Defiance is one block east from boniface on Tudor
Alex Tatum
40:47
We are BACK in red!
dubois_barbara
41:50
These articles are dynamite on positive speech. Very effective!
Karl Schleich
48:41
Something you learned from a colleague…..
Hosanna Bogert
49:00
Easy filming
Mitchell Haygood
49:00
They are still in remote learning.
Karina
49:02
video is getting easier to take
Alex Tatum
49:10
Some really enjoyed it
Heily Montes
49:11
Make sure your recording device is charged.
Jennifer
49:11
it's easy to forget the video is on :)
Daly_Beth
49:12
reflecting on what can do better is getting easier to do the more we do it
Lillian Kiunya
49:12
That they forget they are recording themselves.
Wells_Erin
49:15
Students were crazy this week!!
dubois_barbara
49:15
The part about checking who is on task.
Antoinina Hammersland
49:19
Being super flexible with rotating classes also moving around the camera so you can get a better perspective of students.
earljeffrey
49:21
I learned I have much smaller classes sizes than anchorage schools
dubois_barbara
51:06
Karl I work at Benny Benson-1/4 mile from Baxter Bog!!!
glaser_sarah
01:00:51
morning greeting outside the classroom
Carrie Bauer
01:00:55
Jim Fay’s Love & Logic strategies!
Sarah Cronick
01:01:00
Soften and feel compassion
Alex Tatum
01:01:02
Good job!
Daly_Beth
01:01:03
one on one greeting of kids as they enter the classroom each morning.
Antoinina Hammersland
01:01:09
greet every student by name at the door
Orien Schmitz
01:01:09
Notice positive behaviors
Mitchell Haygood
01:01:12
Greeting students as they arrive, morning meeting
Karina
01:01:15
greeting students as they come in, and checking in as working
dubois_barbara
01:01:16
I thank them constantly for good behavior
earljeffrey
01:01:17
I welcome all kids into the class…connect with them on a interest they have….ex: hunting
rayburns
01:01:18
Greeting students
Svetlana Filkova
01:01:18
celebrating success
Sison_Mia
01:01:21
Good things every day. It’s part of our routine.
Antoinina Hammersland
01:01:25
give tickets for being on task, silently
Sison_Mia
01:01:28
We share good things**
Alex Tatum
01:01:36
Welcome!
earljeffrey
01:01:36
I also thank every class at the end
Dirk Miller
01:01:40
I check in with kids in the morning when they come in to school and also at lunch.
Carrie Bauer
01:01:40
Notice something about the student…… don’t have to say it’s positive or negative…. Just notice something.
dubois_barbara
01:01:47
I chat with them about their favorite whatever: food, movies, sports, activities…pets
Dirk Miller
01:01:55
Lot of jokes with kids.
Antoinina Hammersland
01:01:56
give thumbs up each time they're on task or helping another
Joy’s iPhone
01:01:58
Thanking the student when they do the correct thing or what they were asked.
Antoinina Hammersland
01:02:27
check-in daily to see where they're "at" during the first hour of the day
Orien Schmitz
01:02:35
For some students you have to let some behaviors go and find positive things to note.
Wells_Erin
01:02:44
As a specialist, I have every kid in my building every year. I intereact with them in various times thru the school day.
Jennifer
01:03:07
attend student activities outside of school, after school, ask students how activity went if could not attend.
Daly_Beth
01:05:54
Awww, this makes me sad. :(
Karina
01:06:17
me to Beth!
Alex Tatum
01:07:26
We must remember this
Mitchell Haygood
01:07:28
Relationships are critical to success!
Karl Schleich
01:07:28
Implications of the still face experiment are.....
Sison_Mia
01:07:30
When I give a “still face” to my kids and don’t talk, they know they’re in trouble.
Karina
01:07:33
The need to reconnect after a bad experience together.
Daly_Beth
01:07:35
Humans need others to notice them. if students don’t get that in a positive way, then they will seek it out in a negative way.
glaser_sarah
01:07:43
Distracted parenting - devices making parents physically present but not mentally
Sarah Cronick
01:07:44
It’s really hard to see 28 children this way…the heartache of large classes
dubois_barbara
01:07:50
Students are really in tune with my mood.
jasmine.hightower
01:07:53
I should try not to use my “my sinuses hurt” face when I’m teaching my students.
Cheryl Lusares
01:07:53
Students show negative behavior to get attention
Alex Tatum
01:07:54
right
rayburns
01:08:01
The queen Victoria face
Wells_Erin
01:08:07
Humans need interaction.
Dirk Miller
01:08:19
Negative behaviors rise when positive behaviors aren’t appreciated.
rayburns
01:08:22
Kids want and need to interact
Alex Tatum
01:09:25
I have 8 children I noticed this with all of them
Joy’s iPhone
01:10:20
We also need to get them off their devices to interact with us.
Svetlana Filkova
01:10:41
When I would like to get my students attention, I stop talking and wait.
Michael and Heather Snell
01:10:52
Haha 2 of 10 here!
rayburns
01:15:56
A smile would go a long way
dubois_barbara
01:16:23
amen Rayburbs
dubois_barbara
01:16:46
Rayburns!
dubois_barbara
01:17:30
pre covid behavior
Daly_Beth
01:22:26
I think also if we’re greeting them, it helps change our behavior and mood while teaching, too.
Carrie Bauer
01:22:41
Until Covid, I was the “Wal-mart” greeter for greeting kiddos at the door, using their names.
dubois_barbara
01:50:33
What if I didn’t have any redirects?
Carrie Bauer
02:03:20
Karl, what was the teacher’s name?
Karl Schleich
02:04:36
Susan Isaacs..
Alex Tatum
02:05:10
I lost track of what I was recording
Karl Schleich
02:06:01
What were some things you noticed as you observed you ratios of interactions?
dubois_barbara
02:07:24
I repeat myself a lot.
Alex Tatum
02:07:39
It is easy to be indiffarent
Wells_Erin
02:07:42
Too many redirects this week…the kids were nuts!!
Karina
02:07:43
I was giving non verbal reactions to a student that was actively reading!
Mitchell Haygood
02:07:50
I paid more attention to the girls' good behavior than the boys.
Antoinina Hammersland
02:07:57
I didn't do as much specific praise as I thought. It was just really general.
glaser_sarah
02:07:57
I find that as my class grows to know my expectations and are performing well, I don’t offer that positive feedback as much as when I did when I shaping their behavior… I repeat their responses more than giving a positive response
Daly_Beth
02:08:01
More positive and active the teacher, more positive the climate is in the classroom.
Sison_Mia
02:08:02
I can be pretty monotone. I say “okay” a lot.
Mirabelle Blossom
02:08:10
Videos can be good so we can see how student’s perceive it. Also praise can be simple, not always complicated or specific. Better some than none.
Hosanna Bogert
02:08:16
Kids are good at looking busy
Michael and Heather Snell
02:08:21
I didn’t use students’ names often bc I recorded a lesson with exclusively choral responses
Wells_Erin
02:08:27
I say “okay” a lot too!!
Dirk Miller
02:08:34
I think I do a good job of greeting students as they come to class… But I was surprised to see that I didn’t make many positive comments during the activity itself. (I didn’t have the camera focused on me, so maybe I had more positives than I listed)
Svetlana Filkova
02:08:47
I didn't have a lot of interactions and that surprised me.
jasmine.hightower
02:09:10
I realized a lot of kids were trying to get my attention at one time. I need to pay more attention to everyone and interact quicker.
Michael and Heather Snell
02:11:08
5
Hosanna Bogert
02:12:01
Authentic praise and open ended question ❤️
Bonnie Goen
02:12:50
Bravo… How powerful is that!!!!!!
Sison_Mia
02:16:35
The amount of specific praise I give
Antoinina Hammersland
02:16:43
specific praise
Michael and Heather Snell
02:16:44
Specific praise
Wells_Erin
02:16:48
More specific praise!!
E. Jones
02:16:51
Who I’m praising and why/how
Ray Burns
02:16:51
Strategies for specific praise
glaser_sarah
02:16:52
easy opportunities that I missed in my video clip
Karina
02:16:53
Praise to the difficult students
Susan Moore
02:16:54
increase positive interactions
Daly_Beth
02:16:57
Yes, more specific praise
Michael and Heather Snell
02:17:01
Meaningful interactions
Dirk Miller
02:17:02
Reminding myself to interact with praise during activities.
Jennifer
02:17:03
specific praise for staff at staff meetings and not just when in classrooms.
Alex Tatum
02:17:05
We are in red I’m not sure
Antoinina Hammersland
02:17:10
looking at interactions as a whole and make sure they're there
Mitchell Haygood
02:17:12
Making sure to recognize the students more often when they are doing something well.
Daly_Beth
02:17:28
show you’re a learning too so you can connect more and show you are to the students
dubois_barbara
02:17:37
Praise everyone and praise specific
Susan Moore
02:17:48
is a noncontingent interaction a positive interaction?
Ray Burns
02:18:17
Change is inevitable
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:18:45
Resource Page https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-positive-behavior-supports-for-classroom-and-school-reentry-fall-2021/
Daly_Beth
02:18:58
I LOVED this article.
Sarah Cronick
02:19:14
I’m happy because I feel like most of our faculty strives to work in these ways. We know we aren’t perfect, but can learn together and from one another
Daly_Beth
02:20:26
I think it’s also super important to make connections with more students, other than those in your own classroom.
Bonnie Goen
02:21:04
yep sure did!!!!!
marlon.serina
02:21:09
Thank you so much.
Michael and Heather Snell
02:21:10
Dec 2 is the next meeting, correct?
Daly_Beth
02:21:13
HAPPY THANKSGIVING
Melissa Crane - Tech Host
02:21:14
Survey 4 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7S3WF6C
Susan Moore
02:21:14
is noncontingent interaction a positive interaction or neutral?
Ray Burns
02:21:17
Happy Thanksgiving
marlon.serina
02:21:18
Thank you so much.
Antoinina Hammersland
02:21:22
Thank you Karl!
JudyAnn Farris
02:21:24
Thank you
Sarah Cronick
02:21:26
Thank you!
Karina
02:21:30
Thanks!
Karl Schleich
02:21:57
The more we do it, the better we get at it!
Karl Schleich
02:22:20
It’s less about the data, more about the raising consciousness!
Karl Schleich
02:22:39
Good strategy!!!......