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ASDN: Explicit Instruction: High Leverage Practices that Yield LEARNING Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Regina Bellereide
35:39
Good afternoon! I have turned my video off for the sake of bandwidth.
dianakurka
36:48
Everyone may turn off their cameras today. We will be connecting via the chat box today.
ddougherty
37:12
Hello.
Miriam Colon
37:37
Hello from Delta Junction
KathyFreeman
37:54
Hi all!
mary rypkema
38:03
WoooHooo, Anita!!
Lillian Outcalt
38:42
Hello from Skagway
Darlene Jeppesen
39:00
Hi from Dutch Harbor/Unalaska
Sienna Griggs
39:06
Woo hoo! I'm originally from Eugene, Oregon :)
Sienna Griggs
39:13
But now in Soldotna, AK
Molly Chingliak
39:23
Hi from Eek Ak
KathyFreeman
40:29
I teach special education in Teller. The RTI reading and writing workshops are a great inspiration and help to me.
wendy.douglas
41:26
Wendy Douglas, in Gambell. Originally from Portland, Oregon!
mary rypkema
41:26
I love the dot the i’s & cross the t’s!!
Darlene Jeppesen
42:45
I have no camera but will also type my responses.
Deirdre Washburn
46:37
Ruby, Alaska
mary rypkema
47:33
I don’t see slides….(?)
dianakurka
48:10
Mary do you see the PP Anita is using?
Eric Hart
48:15
I went to school in Lincoln Nebraska...howdy from Klukwan Alaska.
Pepper
48:19
Webinar Resource Page has the powerpoint slides
mary rypkema
48:21
no, I do not
dianakurka
48:54
Perhaps sign out and come back in because we are seeing them. Any other ideas Carrie?
mary rypkema
49:04
I have it on speaker view and see Anita
Alaska Council of School Administrators
49:37
Hi Mary, I would definitely recommend logging out and then logging back in. Let's see if that allows you to see the ppt slides.
dianakurka
49:44
https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-explicit-instruction-high-leverage-practices-that-yield-learning-spring-2021/
Alaska Council of School Administrators
49:54
If not, we will look for other solutions.
mary rypkema
50:24
I have it—it was on my other screen—hiding!
dianakurka
50:55
Great!
Alaska Council of School Administrators
51:02
Great! :) Please reach out if you run into any other tech issues, and I'll be happy to help!
Darlene Jeppesen
52:39
Great article. Thank you for sharing.
dianakurka
53:19
The articles will be one of the options for the assignment posted for those taking the webinar for credit.
KathyFreeman
01:00:01
agree
dianakurka
01:14:24
As you come up with a best practice, list only one in the chat box.
Kristina Hunter
01:14:44
clarity in instruction
Sherri Baktuit
01:14:45
feedback
Katie Straley
01:14:47
multiple opprotunities to respond
Jolene Mercer
01:14:55
Immediate Feedback
Suzanne Bell
01:14:59
Choral reading
Regina Bellereide
01:14:59
Partner work
webb_deborah
01:15:00
choral reading
Courtney Hudson
01:15:05
Checking for understanding
Ian Hudson
01:15:06
Pair share
Maria
01:15:07
Choral reading, max participation
Sienna Griggs
01:15:09
A specific purpose.
Sherri Baktuit
01:15:09
response
Courtney Ellingson
01:15:09
responding with a partner
joanna.wassillie
01:15:16
Gradual increase in difficulty
KathyFreeman
01:15:18
immediate feedback
Annaleah Karron
01:15:23
Practice
patti.lloyd
01:15:27
Demonstrations
Regina Bellereide
01:15:31
Signal word “go”
Rodney Lloyd
01:15:42
Questioning with coral response
Megan Pepper
01:15:44
Rehearsal and Memorization with Repetition
Kate Hamre
01:15:44
Partners working together
Clouse
01:15:46
Choral reading/ whole class response
Knipfer_Alison
01:15:59
Have students repeat the goal
Shannon Hudson
01:16:08
Checking for understanding with individual students.
Rayna Halverson
01:16:11
Modeling & Practice of Skill/Task
Miriam Colon
01:16:21
Collaboration
dianakurka
01:16:23
I missed some of these! Great work!!
Anneris Padilla
01:16:29
Checking
farnes_peggy
01:16:46
walking around the room to check in with each student
joanna.wassillie
01:16:49
Repetition
Holly Williams
01:17:13
Lots of opportunities to respond
mary rypkema
01:17:24
TIME on task!!
ddougherty
01:17:33
from Doreen Dougherty deliberate practice
Molly Chingliak
01:17:35
questioninn
Molly Chingliak
01:18:05
discussion
Rodney Lloyd
01:18:09
Expanding student answers
kathleen.abrams
01:18:13
Choral responses
Knipfer_Alison
01:18:32
Repeated examples
joanna.wassillie
01:18:45
Verbalization of the sentences/tasks that touches on different way of student learning, so they aren’t just reading it on paper/writing on paper
Melissa Schroeder
01:19:34
choral reading
Kathryn Mansfield
01:19:40
Affirmation of the students successes
Katherine Burns
01:19:44
Setting goal for lessons, students repeat.
Darlene Jeppesen
01:19:48
Raising hand if you had_
Lillian Outcalt
01:19:59
good modeling of gradual release - Lillian Outcalt
Jessica Vincent
01:20:00
Telling the students what they were going to learn. Guided practice followed by independent practice.
Katherine Burns
01:20:07
Partner conversations
Darlene Jeppesen
01:20:07
We do it, you do it
Kristina Hunter
01:20:11
pacing
farnes_peggy
01:20:15
short assignments instead of a larger one
Lynn Kracke
01:20:20
Practice, practice, practice before students do it.
Ireys_Jade
01:20:26
Repeated Instruction
Katherine Burns
01:20:31
Teacher circulates to support students
darleia.caldwell
01:20:34
choral response
Mary Thole
01:20:36
modeling, choral reading, questioning, repeated examples, affirming student success and feedback throughout, partner reading
Denise Rosales
01:20:39
Stop and start signal
Lorna Porter
01:20:47
opportunity to speak (Reading to Partner)
Darlene Jeppesen
01:20:53
Defending why did you put the comma.
kathleen.abrams
01:21:33
Partner reading, positive reinforcement, repetition
Ireys_Jade
01:21:45
Shoulder Partners
Kristina Hunter
01:32:07
closing!
Darlene Jeppesen
01:32:13
closing
webb_deborah
01:32:15
closing
Kara Abel
01:41:52
Agree.
Darlene Jeppesen
01:42:16
disagree
Eric Hart
01:54:11
Knowing and doing are two different things...I need these reminders
Eric Hart
01:54:41
The Brilliance of great teaching is reducing it to clarity, and simplicity.
Rodney Lloyd
01:54:45
A brisk pace
Beth Sprankle
01:54:46
Response sheet
Brenda Hager
01:54:49
One good practice was focusing on critical content.
Anneris Padilla
01:54:53
Broken down
Courtney Ellingson
01:54:54
One good practice was Hold Ups- I LOVE THIS!
Elisabeth Freligh
01:54:56
Response Sheet
Holly Davis
01:54:56
Get rid of hands and no volunteers!
Anneris Padilla
01:54:59
Critical
Lillian Outcalt
01:54:59
include a closing - Lillian Outcalt
Molly Chingliak
01:55:00
chunking
Megan Pepper
01:55:02
Focusing on critical content during these times
Jessica Vincent
01:55:03
Remembering the closing
farnes_peggy
01:55:04
one good practice is telling the students what they are focusing on.
Sienna Griggs
01:55:05
One good practice was smaller chunks. Another good practice was emphasizing the closing.
Suzanne Bell
01:55:07
Cloze reading
webb_deborah
01:55:09
get rid of volunteers
Brenda Hager
01:55:10
goal-oriented
Annaleah Karron
01:55:11
I love the reminder that Closure can be a preview/ preview OR Independent work!
Courtney Hudson
01:55:11
Reading together
Miriam Colon
01:55:11
Frequent responses
Alice Rearden
01:55:12
Questioning
darleia.caldwell
01:55:12
Response sheet
Gena Horine
01:55:14
brisk pace, smaller chunks,
patti.lloyd
01:55:14
Demonstrate
Shannon Hudson
01:55:16
Closing a lesson is just as important as opening!
Maria
01:55:16
One Good practice is a response sheet, no need for shout outs.
Holly Williams
01:55:17
One good practice was including a clearly stated learning goal.
becky
01:55:18
checklist
Amanda Torgerson
01:55:19
Less volunteering. Start with deliberate goal
Casey Stevens
01:55:20
One goodpractice I need to improve on is increasing the amount of student responses
darleia.caldwell
01:55:20
chunking
Nels Evens
01:55:21
One good practice was chunking the material and making it more digestible.
farnes_peggy
01:55:22
no volunteers-everyone answers!
Courtney Hudson
01:55:23
Pairshare
Kate Hamre
01:55:24
Multiple responses; closure
Rayna Halverson
01:55:25
Gradual Release…. And Model…. Model…. Model
Regina Bellereide
01:55:25
I love the response sheet.
Kara Abel
01:55:26
Hold ups.
Darlene Jeppesen
01:55:26
I've been reminded that the closing is incredibly important and to make time for it!
Erin
01:55:27
One good practice was to always have a closing, and another was smaller chunks
Katie Straley
01:55:28
One good practice was providing affirming feedback as well as corrective feedback.
Elizabeth Andy
01:55:29
Obtainable chunks
Kristina Hunter
01:55:29
One good practice was clarity in expectations and goals. Another good practice was segmenting the lessons into smaller chunks.
Suzanne Bell
01:55:30
Plan time for a closing
Rich Catahay
01:55:36
short responses
Kathryn Mansfield
01:55:36
One good practice was remembering to give students time for independent practice after lessons. Another good practice was to focus on the critical content rather than the activity.
KathyFreeman
01:55:39
break it down. don't ask for hands
Knipfer_Alison
01:55:42
One good practice was focus on a brisk pace (with built-in wiat ties
Deirdre Washburn
01:55:43
Break it down into smaller chunks
Jeremy McKibben
01:55:46
One good practice was to make sure students know what the goal of the lesson is.
mary rypkema
01:55:47
1). organized & focused content that is OBSERVABLE by students, teacher & an administrator/visitor to the class!
Ian Hudson
01:55:51
One practice was organized and focused instruction. Another good practice was I do, we do, you do.
Jolene Mercer
01:55:51
One good practice was reviewing prior skills and knowledge. Another good practice was increase the opportunities to respond.
ddougherty
01:55:51
Group reponse hold ups
Melissa Schroeder
01:55:51
Haing a success criteria.
Nels Evens
01:55:53
Another good practice is to provide lots of opportunities to respond.
Ireys_Jade
01:55:53
One good practice I need to incorprate into my teaching is to close out our lessons. It seems to run out of time.
Sherri Baktuit
01:55:57
Reminded of terminology of I Do, We Do, You Do. I teach lessons like that but forgot the terminology. Will definitely implement Hold Up Answer Sheet.
Knipfer_Alison
01:55:57
Another good practice was require frequent responses.
Denise Rosales
01:56:00
Consentrate on the critical areas of what they need.
Mary Thole
01:56:01
CLOSING! and small chunks with a brisk pace
Clouse
01:56:02
Plan for a closing in my lesson, and having a variety of responses
patti.lloyd
01:56:05
Routines
Courtney Hudson
01:56:12
I LOVE “ I do, you do, We do”
Lorna Porter
01:56:20
One good practice was providing sentence frames to guide thinking (What they think about is what they learn!).
mary rypkema
01:56:21
Another good practice was the affirmative, corrective & Informative feedback!
Darlene Jeppesen
01:56:28
Responses by oral and written
kristenwoodie
01:56:30
Break down information into comprehensible chunks. Concentrate on critical content.
Alice Rearden
01:56:33
Break down new material into smaller steps
paula.alvana
01:56:33
One good practice was using choral response and not using the raising of hands to get a response. Another good practice was to go through the standards and lesson to find the most critical material to focus.
Sherri Baktuit
01:56:59
One food practice was Instant Feedback! Another good practice was walking around to check for understanding.
Anneris Padilla
01:57:06
Closing!!!!!
Katherine Burns
01:57:07
One good practice was the use of firm up questions and responses throughout lesson. Another good practice is to utilize choral and close read opportunities to keep students engaged during instruction.
kathleen.abrams
01:57:28
Making closing part of your instruction
Maria
01:58:03
I like to do a pair share and then called on a student randomly but they have to tell me what the partner said to them
Darlene Jeppesen
01:58:08
Reminded not to raise hands and get more responses!
Knipfer_Alison
01:58:37
Dylan Wiliam has a strategy - no hands up unless you have a question. It has revolutionized my math lessons.
Eric Hart
02:00:01
THe structure of motivation= success + value
Kristina Hunter
02:00:21
Could you use an example of affirmed feedback>
Eric Hart
02:00:22
demonstrate value, and emind them of their successes
Eric Hart
02:00:28
remind
mary rypkema
02:00:44
Could you give an example of a success criteria? Do you tie it back to the learning intention?
Brenda Hager
02:00:55
Thank you!
kristenwoodie
02:01:02
<3
webb_deborah
02:01:09
Yes it does!
Regina Bellereide
02:01:13
Thank you!
farnes_peggy
02:01:14
Thank you so much, Anita!
Kara Abel
02:01:28
One good practice was I do, we do, you do. Another good practice was prepping for closing.
Kara Abel
02:01:32
Thank you!
EJ Dorsey
02:01:52
How would you recommend making opening/closing happening in short periods that are multi-course classrooms? If this is a question you’ll hit in a later webinar, that’s great, but this is definitely a burning question for me.
mary rypkema
02:02:34
Thank you, I was thinking that it tied into a rubric!
Knipfer_Alison
02:04:32
How will I access the class to participate in the discussion question? Like, where does it reside?
EJ Dorsey
02:04:54
I have three classes (all juniors in high school) happening simultaneously
EJ Dorsey
02:04:59
Sorry I’m a slow typist
Deirdre Washburn
02:05:03
We teach several grade levels at a time…I teach 4 levels
Sienna Griggs
02:05:04
I'm so sorry but I have to leave - I have some plans that can't wait! Can we move on or is there a way for me to access a way to find the discussion question later?
EJ Dorsey
02:05:12
Biology, health, and geology would be the specific question
darleia.caldwell
02:05:13
We have shared grade levels
EJ Dorsey
02:05:20
Thank you, will do!
Clouse
02:06:31
Where are the discussion questions posted?
EJ Dorsey
02:06:35
Thank you, Dr. Archer, I could not wrap my head around that. I appreciate it!
dianakurka
02:08:57
dkurka@alaskaacsa.org
Knipfer_Alison
02:09:01
Will the registration information (for credit) be in that same email?
KathyFreeman
02:09:04
Is there anywhere we need indicate our attendance for today?
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:09:43
Register for credit: https://cvent.me/4xBzmg
Katherine Burns
02:11:40
I did try to have my video, but mine said the host was blocking me?
Dara Carpenter
02:11:45
this meeting has been nice and I got a lot from others questions
Annaleah Karron
02:12:41
Thanks Diana!
Dara Carpenter
02:12:52
it's always hard to ask questions sometimes for me on the first webinar
KathyFreeman
02:12:53
Is the credit through UAA?
Clouse/Ito
02:13:05
From Nicole Ito: be specific with feedback and be sure to include a closing
Megan Pepper
02:13:18
Registration for Credit is available right now?
Sienna Griggs
02:13:21
I have to leave to get my daughter from daycare. This was wonderful. Thanks!
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:14:25
https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-explicit-instruction-high-leverage-practices-that-yield-learning-spring-2021/
mary rypkema
02:14:26
So, it’s safe to say that if we don’t have anything in Teaching Channel that we haven’t registered yet, corre?
dianakurka
02:14:27
https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-explicit-instruction-high-leverage-practices-that-yield-learning-spring-2021/
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:15:27
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMRB6RC
ddougherty
02:15:30
I am excited to be in the classroom tomorrow!
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:15:43
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMRB6RC
Jeremy McKibben
02:16:06
Where is the discussion question?
Jeremy McKibben
02:16:46
I registered for credit when I signed up for the class.
Megan Pepper
02:17:11
The link that I saw above was the registration link, I think. I'm not seeing the credit link.
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:17:35
https://cvent.me/4xBzmg
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:17:49
Link for credit ^
Beth Sprankle
02:17:55
Thank you. I have another meeting.
Megan Pepper
02:18:01
Thank you!
webb_deborah
02:20:17
Thank you - see you next week.
Alaska Council of School Administrators
02:20:23
Next session: April 8, 2021
Courtney Hudson
02:20:34
Thanks!
Kara Abel
02:20:44
Thank you!
Darlene Jeppesen
02:20:44
Thank you, Dr. Archer and Diana.
Rayna Halverson
02:20:54
Thank you so much.
Molly Chingliak
02:20:55
Thank you, Dr. Archer and Diana
dianakurka
02:20:55
You are welcome!
Jeremy McKibben
02:20:58
How might I find out if I registered for credit already?
KathyFreeman
02:21:00
Thank you so much!
Amiee Rinehart
02:21:03
Thank you :-)
Holly Davis
02:21:04
See you in a week! Many thanks.
Danielle
02:21:05
Thank you so much!
Ireys_Jade
02:21:09
Thank you!
Kristina Hunter
02:21:13
Thank you both! I love taking classes with Dr. Archer!
Deirdre Washburn
02:21:16
Thank you! I appreciate everything.
paula.alvana
02:21:21
Thank you, Dr. Archer and Diana
Denise Rosales
02:21:25
Thank you!
Knipfer_Alison
02:21:32
Thank you!!
Erin
02:21:33
Thanks
Dara Carpenter
02:21:34
thank you!
Nels Evens
02:21:34
Thank you
patti.lloyd
02:21:38
Thanks you!
EJ Dorsey
02:21:42
Thank you!
Lillian Wise
02:21:46
Thank you!
Megan Pepper
02:21:49
Have a great night, take care!