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AASA What Works: Moving Beyond the Plateau and Building Capacity - Shared screen with speaker view
Valerie Truesdale
31:17
Welcome everyone! Please introduce yourselves
Debbie Magee
39:52
What issues have you encountered with parents in their understanding of personalized learning? How are the students assessments different with personalized learning?
Valerie Truesdale
40:55
I would love to know how you have increased/decreased momentum for PL in the pandemic
Valerie Truesdale
42:09
WOW, K-2 on Chromebooks-- that is amazing!
Kelly Propst
43:29
Was there any planned “looping” with teachers and students for this year?
Peter Finch
44:07
Yes, we have one school where the 3rd grade teachers have looped to 4th grade with their students
Valerie Truesdale
51:16
That's funny! Fitting for this topsy turvy world of a pandemic
Kelly Propst
52:26
https://www.google.com/books/edition/The_Servant/pQZoMWKticoC?hl=en&gbpv=1&printsec=frontcover
Valerie Truesdale
01:03:45
People don't necessarily hate change; they hate how you want them to change. Michele Siguenza.
Valerie Truesdale
01:03:50
Wow, that is so true!
Michelle Siguenza
01:05:49
I don't take credit for that phrase. I read it somewhere and it really stuck with me.
Valerie Truesdale
01:08:35
That is exactly what AASA is doing with this What Works webinar series--identifying excellent practices in districts and showcasing those as points of light--just like in Yakima, WA
Mike Brophy
01:09:08
Thank you Valerie...
Valerie Truesdale
01:10:16
How are you doing classroom observations in remote learning world?
Mike Brophy
01:10:34
We are figuring that out right now?
Tech Support Alison
01:18:56
#WestValleyReads - will check this out! :)
Kelly Propst
01:21:50
Kudos for including business/operation leads on the learning walks!
Michelle Siguenza
01:22:35
Thank you everyone. Enjoy your day!
Debbie Magee
01:25:02
Thank you Team West Valley!