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Assessment for Distance and Blended Learning - Measuring Student Learning in Any Setting Part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jocelyn Niedziela
38:09
Children need time to build courage to answer
Dana
38:11
need time to build up courage
Jay F
38:16
need time to process
Dallas Sprout
38:18
Students needing to work up the courage
Peter Shier
38:22
processing!
carrillo_cristobal
38:23
build up courage too
robertmclory
38:25
Wait ten seconds after any question before giving any prompts
Lindsay Sturm
38:26
Process and courage
Julieanne Held
38:29
Processing time
Frances Weiss
38:32
Wait 2…extended response
Mr. Loseby
38:34
courage seems difficult for some students through virtual learning
Olivia Orth
38:34
Processing!
Madeline Carwile
38:34
Part on translation- was very relevant previously when I worked with ELL
Mr. Dave
38:35
Processing in another language can take longer then you think!
Lori Brewer
38:49
Students stay responsive to what’s being taught.
Jay F
39:08
wait time after the response for extended responce
Julieanne Held
39:13
processing and understanding
Julieanne Held
39:21
Listening skills
tcowden
40:55
listening
Doug Fisher
40:56
Processing in another language can take longer then you think! — Yes, and word meanings can get lost
Olivia Orth
42:21
I definitely think hand signals are great in person, but I don't use them much remotely.
Mr. Loseby
43:13
I use whiteboards through Zoom to teach math almost daily!
Dana
46:11
she seems to be talking slower
Lorri Heneveld
46:49
She’s speaking slowly and reminding them of her expectations.
Julieanne Held
47:07
Repeats the question to help those who might not have heard the question and giving thinking time
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
47:17
I love how engaged the students are! I would love to see some examples for secondary schools too!
Dana
49:30
She held her fingers up for that visual cue
Dana
50:32
What does she mean to send your work to “teams"
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
51:03
She has the different style of sharing, universal sharing and then asks for an individual to share hers
Peter Shier
51:10
Teams - Microsoft collaboration software.
Peter Shier
51:20
Part of Office
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
54:05
what kind of programs do people use for these polls repolls?
Jocelyn Niedziela
55:40
Can you please have the attachments sent to the resource page for this class?
Jen Booz
01:05:23
Thanks Myla. I was trying to unmute and couldn't
carrillo_cristobal
01:13:39
his vocabulary is very good
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
01:13:40
Can he guest lecture in my HS English class?
Dana
01:14:21
I like that he puts up the graphic/the word for cues
Mr. Loseby
01:32:31
There are two 6
Mr. Loseby
01:32:41
there are two 6’s and no 5 on the wheel
Peter Shier
01:36:50
I have cells aplenty
Myla Liljemark
01:37:02
The many cells
carrillo_cristobal
01:37:02
Get my cell phone that is in my room and on my bed.
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
01:37:14
This is hard- There are cells in everything.
becky.long
01:37:16
In science, cells is the topic of study.
Julieanne Held
01:37:17
Will my cell phone be charged?
robertmclory
01:37:17
My favorite cell is the one that keeps us going each day!
Madeline Carwile
01:37:19
In each cell, there are many organelles that have special functions
Dana
01:37:20
Using a cell phone to communicate is new
Jen Booz
01:37:24
An animal cell is a eukaryotic cell which does not contain a cell wall
Matthew Lenhard
01:37:31
In the cell, you will find protoplasm. (I think…)
Rissa Pauza
01:37:36
The bodies cells are the smallest unit of life.
Myla Liljemark
01:37:45
The many cell phones that find themselves in my office.
Anne
01:37:45
If a cell is healthy- yay!
Dallas Sprout
01:37:49
In the cell every organelle serves a function.
Peter Shier
01:37:56
A plant cell has a wall which makes it different from animal cells
Chad Bentz
01:38:06
Each cell serves a purpose
Rissa Pauza
01:38:21
Mostly counting
Jay F
01:38:21
stress
Jocelyn Niedziela
01:38:27
Thinking of the various meanings of cell…
Theresa Knapp
01:38:29
A single cell has a part called the microcondria
Jen Booz
01:38:31
I had to think about what I know about cells
Lori Brewer
01:38:32
Every unique cell has a mitochondria.
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
01:39:06
I just thought I should
Dallas Sprout
01:39:21
In my cell, the bed has no pillow.
Peter Shier
01:39:22
A monk’s cell is where he lives and prays to God
Jocelyn Niedziela
01:40:40
So as a counselor my brain thought about the not so positive meaning of a cell being related to prison. It made me realize that something seemingly harmless could send our students into a tailspin emotionally
Doug Fisher
01:41:19
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Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
01:56:20
Thanks Doug!
Matt Lenhard
01:56:37
Thank you and hope your cough goes away soon! Nice job working through it :-)
Lorri Heneveld
01:56:40
Thanks, Doug!
Rayna Halverson
01:56:42
Thank you Doug. I always enjoy your sessions.
Melissa - Tech Host
01:56:45
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Julieanne Held
01:57:01
Thank you Doug!
Lori Brewer
01:57:04
Thank you Doug
Olivia Orth and Nicole Hewitt
01:57:52
Thanks Bonnie!
Lorri Heneveld
01:57:54
Thanks, Bonnie