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Increasing Student Engagement Through Action Research and Evidence-Based Practices Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
AMY
36:04
I'm from Wasilla :)
Rafael Gallont
38:46
I am from Marshall
Cristobal
39:58
Denaina or Anchorage I think
Orien Schmitz
43:45
Hello from Fairbanks, AK
Cristobal
46:09
my audio is not working right now but your welcome
john.biafore
47:50
John Biafore from Barstow, CA
Laura Kokkila
48:18
Will slides be shared with us?
Diana Kurka
49:35
You can take a screen shot of them.
Laura Kokkila
50:03
They are blurry… that’s why I’m wondering if it can be shared
Heather Stossmeister
51:50
Do you have Mr. Karl’s email address? I only got the 1st half of it. Thanks!
Diana Kurka
52:42
karlschleich@mac.com
Christine Kleinhenz
53:56
state the plan
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
54:00
Ask a few students if they can repeat what the expectation is
Rafael Gallont
54:05
Discuss expectation with students
Mariah Rens
54:07
Learning objectives posted for the week.
Bradley’s iPhone
54:10
available in print and given cerbally
Kristin Henke
54:14
I set goals, I state my expectations.
Alyssa Stucky
54:17
Posting them in the classroom
Katie Henderson
54:22
Visual aids/icons that accompany written and spoken directions during the lesson, to clarify what students are expected to do
Elizabeth Storey
54:23
Have a slide or poster of the expectations
Jamie Phan
54:25
modeling and modeling and modeling some more
Orien Schmitz
54:26
Thumbs-up for understanding in kindergarten
Beau
54:28
Going over a model of a product
AMY
54:33
state the objective
Sheree Smith
54:35
Students make posters to put around school and then make videos of what it looks like/sounds like then a non-example
Erin- Title 1 Lit Spec
54:40
Take pictures and post them of kids following my expectations.
Kathryn Connell
54:42
Pictures! For the littles. We are also a champs school! And lots of modeling
Laura Richardson
54:48
“when I say go...” then tell kids what I want/how I want them to move/transition
Frances Weiss
54:53
We go through CHAMPS on the board as a class before starting an activity
Noad_Samantha
54:55
Picture schedules and model expectations
James Wells
55:00
I do, we do, you do is my favorite
Donald Eldridge
55:17
i do we do you do and model expectations
Emily Ault
55:30
Lots of visuals, I do, we do
Patty States
55:33
Model my expectations
Jane Bulovsky
55:33
I teach virtually all the time, so announcements at the beginning of the online course
Jay F, Bethel
55:40
have them model the behavior
Jamie Phan
55:45
Have students model expectations, what to do..and what not to do (that is way more fun for them)
Jane Bulovsky
55:53
Screencastify videos for processes and protocols
Anna Mekki
55:54
Visual cues, verbal cues, and modeling.
Donald Eldridge
58:02
yes
Christine Kleinhenz
01:03:06
Speech Language Pathologist
Erin- Title 1 Lit Spec
01:03:21
Coach/Literacy Specialist/Title I
Atan Winkelman
01:03:29
Atman other: iCoach/curriculum
Jane Bulovsky
01:03:32
"Other" is .5 of my position as Mentor Coordinator for our iTech Online Learning Program.
Atan Winkelman
01:03:37
Atan
Joanne Munisteri
01:03:42
ICoach/ELA Specialist
Donald Eldridge
01:03:59
Middle school thespian
Elizabeth Storey
01:04:05
I marked specialist but I’m in Special ed
Jane Bulovsky
01:04:24
"Other" is .5 of my position as Mentor Coordinator for our iTech Online Learning Program.
Donald Eldridge
01:07:28
I still have students sorry
Diana Kurka
01:11:56
We will be sending you an email that takes you right to the site.
Heather Stossmeister
01:14:37
ASTE
Donald Eldridge
01:14:50
Aske
Diana Kurka
01:15:15
Tammy is the one who will be linking anyone taking the webinar or class to AKPLN.
Heather Stossmeister
01:17:25
Most effective method of doing a task.
Rafael Gallont
01:17:27
Strategies that yield the best results for students
Karl Schleich
01:17:30
How would you define Best Practices?
Sarah Glaser
01:17:30
High learning outcomes
Donald Eldridge
01:17:31
Routines that actually work
Mariah Rens
01:17:34
strategies and structures that produce the most gain in student learning
Christine Kleinhenz
01:17:35
Data driven
Joanne Munisteri
01:17:41
Ditto to all as above
Emily Ault
01:17:47
most efficient way to complete a task
Atan Winkelman
01:17:47
a strategy used to ensure learning
Frances Weiss
01:17:49
Strategies that you do to help your students succeed
Jane Bulovsky
01:17:49
Tried and True practices that stand the test of time
Kristin Henke
01:17:49
Research-based and 100% student engagement with deep levels of knowledge
Erin- Title 1 Lit Spec
01:17:53
The most effective way to produce positive outcomes
James Wells
01:17:54
I am just happy when I get work back
Bradley’s iPhone
01:18:03
things that work that give the best insturction
john.biafore
01:18:09
John Biafore a plan with input and team planning
Jamie Phan
01:18:23
effective ways of instruction or routines that are successful no matter where teaching
Jayson Guerrero
01:18:29
Effective strategy
Laura Richardson
01:18:38
best practices: strategies that engage and produce student kearning
Laura Richardson
01:18:45
learning
john.biafore
01:20:38
John Biafore the effective teacher changes the life of the student to achieve within this global new world.
Karl Schleich
01:23:44
Please list a best practice you know about.
Sarah Glaser
01:23:44
Student exit tickets
Donald Eldridge
01:23:48
Choral response
Laura Kokkila
01:23:49
Relating content to student’s lives
Bradley’s iPhone
01:23:51
I can statements
Beau
01:23:54
Telling students the purpose of a lesson
Jamie Phan
01:23:55
Background knowledge
Jay F, Bethel
01:23:59
group discussion
Sarah Glaser
01:24:00
Student self assessment
Atan Winkelman
01:24:00
I do we do you do
Beau
01:24:03
Scaffolding context
Kristin Henke
01:24:04
Students know the objective - what they are learning.
Jayson Guerrero
01:24:06
Formative assessment
Rafael Gallont
01:24:06
Communicating rules and procedures
Laura Richardson
01:24:07
multi sensory phonics instruction
Mariah Rens
01:24:08
Differentiation
James Wells
01:24:10
Social emotional engaging response
Noad_Samantha
01:24:12
modifying based on the needs of your kids
Coach Bentz
01:24:18
connections with students
Heather Stossmeister
01:24:19
Reciprocal TeachingPredict, Clarify, Question, Summarize
Jamie Phan
01:24:24
consistency
AMY
01:24:29
i can -clear objections
Frances Weiss
01:24:31
clear expectations
Donald Eldridge
01:24:40
Dismissing students
john.biafore
01:24:43
Making the subject align to future goals John Biafore
Jane Bulovsky
01:24:56
Modifying content with fidelity
Jamie Phan
01:24:57
Use the info from exit tickets for targeted reteaching
Jay F, Bethel
01:25:42
cross subject material
Jane Bulovsky
01:26:43
I'm from Wisconsin Go Pack!
Frances Weiss
01:26:49
Yes!
Jay F, Bethel
01:26:49
UP
Jane Bulovsky
01:26:50
38 years, grew up there
Orien Schmitz
01:26:54
yes
Coach Bentz
01:26:55
Go Lions!!
Mariah Rens
01:26:57
Grew up there!
Kristin Henke
01:27:00
From Wisconsin :)
Jane Bulovsky
01:27:15
I see my hometown!
john.biafore
01:27:30
John Biafore, Students take the lesson into their future.
James Wells
01:33:10
Anytime I do this at site my students have a really hard time paying attention and I would not suggest doing this unless you know your students. I saw some positives from my videos but there was a major curve that had to be addressed before it became useful
Kristin Henke
01:35:23
You can blacken your Swivl so the kids can’t see themselves.
Jamie Phan
01:42:34
Too short
Jay F, Bethel
01:42:36
just a tad long
James Wells
01:42:56
It was good but depending on the subject really dictates the time needed
Jane Bulovsky
01:43:04
I think now that we know how long it is we could be more efficient.
Sarah Glaser
01:50:01
Would you be able to post the link in the chat for the video you shared
Anna Mekki
01:52:52
Im not getting a ballot
Laura Richardson
01:53:15
scary... 🤪😉
Patty States
01:57:40
How about lack of children??
Laura Kokkila
01:57:53
Same for me Patty
Atan Winkelman
01:58:11
Me too, no kids
Elizabeth Storey
01:58:26
same
Rafael Gallont
01:58:33
sAME
Jane Bulovsky
01:59:12
OTHER: I'm a virtual teacher and I work from home always. Not sure how to record myself :)
Atan Winkelman
01:59:12
I am not a classroom teacher, no kids
Mariah Rens
01:59:40
OTHER: My distance education is not really conducive to videoing myself teaching.
Jamie Phan
02:00:05
Jane—do y’all use ZOOM? You can record your lessons/meetings with kiddos.
Elizabeth Storey
02:00:11
As a sped teacher I can’t share any video with kids and am not comfortable with having them on a video on my phone
Joanne Munisteri
02:00:31
Zoom is a company partly owned by the CCP (China) this is not secure or private FYI. Child protection laws should apply to uploading any zoom or Facebook live without permission from all parents.
James Wells
02:00:37
I work in an area that it really doesn’t work
James Wells
02:00:45
Zoom I mean
James Wells
02:00:51
Or Moodle
Jane Bulovsky
02:01:01
I do not Zoom with students. Districtwide program, we have Mentors on site who work with kids in Cybercenters. Unusual situation.
James Wells
02:01:05
Or google classroom
James Wells
02:01:25
How about packets
Melissa - Tech Host
02:02:49
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-increasing-student-engagement-through-action-research-and-evidence-based-practices-spring-2021
Joanne Munisteri
02:02:59
FYI https://telecoms.com/503550/zoom-security-flaws-and-chinese-links-make-us-authorities-nervous/
Diana Kurka
02:06:52
Not a problem. You will receive an email putting you into a team and letting you enroll.
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:07:47
zoolander lol
Sarah Glaser
02:07:49
Robert Dinero
Rafael Gallont
02:07:55
Robert De nIRO
Diana Kurka
02:09:14
But only your colleague would see it.
Rafael Gallont
02:09:53
I am confused are we submitting the videos to you (Karl)?
Diana Kurka
02:10:39
No you would be self-reflecting. Or watching it with a colleague.
Rafael Gallont
02:10:58
I am not. I do not know the process
Joanne Munisteri
02:13:45
Mac Air
Joanne Munisteri
02:16:00
Ethics in terms of confidentiality and privacy is a new territory with social media, the net, archives by companies like zoom.
Donald Eldridge
02:17:11
Do we need release forms to put videos on teacher channel?
Rafael Gallont
02:17:20
yes
Diana Kurka
02:18:28
We won’t be posting yours on the TC. You will be sharing your reflection from the tool that you use.
Diana Kurka
02:19:26
The tool Karl showed as his example when he did his reflection.
Diana Kurka
02:21:16
This is one of our resources. Teach Like a Champion.
Elizabeth Storey
02:22:48
I’m teaching virtually and kids don’t turn on their video
Katie Henderson
02:23:08
What if we are asynchronous and don’t have the ability to video students as they view our lessons? I record all of my lessons, but they won’t feature any students...
Diana Kurka
02:23:31
Elizabeth just use your own video doing the lesson for the kids.
nwabsd-0250932
02:24:02
how can wee get the slides and watch this again?
Alyssa Stucky
02:25:09
I am also distance teaching to students who do not have internet or access to technology… Is there an alternate assignment that would meet the objectives?
Diana Kurka
02:25:10
Go to the resource site tomorrow. It will be posted there.
Bradley’s iPhone
02:25:23
is there an AK pln team for this class where we access the journal assignment
Diana Kurka
02:26:47
Yes! There are two teams. One for those taking the webinar for credit and one for those just taking the webinar.
Donald Eldridge
02:27:40
I do screen capture videos that show my screen and hear my voice and can see my Len but not my face
Jane Bulovsky
02:28:30
If we are taking for credit, will we submit our videos?
Diana Kurka
02:29:19
No you can use your comments and reflections. You can if you would like to.
Katie Henderson
02:29:27
I use QuickTime Player to record my whole screen as well!
Jane Bulovsky
02:29:32
Thank you!
Diana Kurka
02:29:42
No one would see it except me should you choose to do so.
Jamie Phan
02:30:09
So teach it like you would teach if kids were present
Jane Bulovsky
02:30:14
I use screencastify to record technology lessons, optional to show my face, and if you are MSBSD we have it available to us.
Diana Kurka
02:30:29
Great Jane!
Melissa - Tech Host
02:32:32
Course Registration: https://cvent.me/gRZOBnSurvey 1 - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/225FRX8
Cristobal (Toby) Carrillo
02:32:33
You could upload it to youtube and set is a private link that only you can see when you want.
Jamie Phan
02:33:05
Can also load it to google drive (yours) and make it shareable and send the link
Bradley’s iPhone
02:33:26
who will see our videos?
Jay F, Bethel
02:34:15
couldnt get the link to work
tcowden
02:35:16
Could you send it again, I changed computers
tcowden
02:35:20
please
tcowden
02:35:30
survey
Karl Schleich
02:36:48
Course Registration: https://cvent.me/gRZOBnSurvey 1 - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/225FRX8
Donald Eldridge
02:37:58
Ok now I’m confused about what is first….go to the link?
Sarah Glaser
02:37:59
If we are not registered with AKPLN - is there a link we need?
James Wells
02:38:15
Are we all getting a link for the videos and and paper requirments
Elizabeth Storey
02:38:54
I’m confused to where is the link with the boxes we need to fill out
Katie Henderson
02:38:55
QuickTime Player is another option for this that doesn’t have restrictions based on a subscription like Screencastify
Anna Mekki
02:39:11
Screen-castomatic
Jamie Phan
02:39:17
yes, free version is 5 minutes
Jamie Phan
02:39:19
And can’t edit
Anna Mekki
02:39:28
It’s cheap
Karl Schleich
02:40:15
Course Registration: https://cvent.me/gRZOBnSurvey 1 - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/225FRX8
Elizabeth Storey
02:40:42
Okay, thanks
Melissa - Tech Host
02:40:44
The video will be posted here: Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-increasing-student-engagement-through-action-research-and-evidence-based-practices-spring-2021