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Edmentum SEL webinar part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sean McDonough
21:31
Here is the link to view the prior SEL webinars from Edmentum this past year. Scroll down and look for the webinars with the Edmentum logo. https://www.nyscate.org/page/corporate-council-archived-webinars
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
27:40
People :-)
Jen Perry (she, her)
28:22
poverty, access to resources, political and systems red tape,
Jen Perry (she, her)
28:57
Fear
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
28:59
Fear of Change, Not realizing that children need to see themselves and children talk even when adults don't think they do.
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
29:40
inequity means some people benefit while others are negatively impacted
Sean McDonough
29:42
how are we defining equity? has many different aspects to the word
Jen Perry (she, her)
31:11
For me equity and justice include intentional healing practices, reparation and witnessing to the stories on the community
Jen Perry (she, her)
34:07
book reference- https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/street-data/book271852
Jen Perry (she, her)
36:18
Family voice has really been elevated through the pandemic and it is something great we should find ways to hold onto.
Jen Perry (she, her)
40:24
I love this concept around the importance of creating data information that reflects the whole learner and the context of their life
Sean McDonough
40:51
Exactly!
Jen Perry (she, her)
42:30
Kids who reflected a sense of "not knowing" in any category, showed a lower reporting of assets- it was a good training prompt for staff
Jen Perry (she, her)
46:02
If we are going to be data driven in our practice, and use it to allocate resources, we need to expand what we measure.
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
46:20
We need State Support with switching from grades to Portfolios. Growth verses momentary assessment
Jen Perry (she, her)
47:09
Yes- @tricia I am in Rochester NY and this would really be transformative.
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
47:31
Yes!! Rote memorization to Actual application of critical thinking skills
Jen Perry (she, her)
50:28
We also define success so narrowly and in ways that do not elevate the ways society and jobs are changing or the strengths, resources and skills students find meaningful
Jen Perry (she, her)
59:48
Helping kids be authentically seen and be connected is something we can all do and have control over.
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
01:00:26
I get to create resources to share with the entire district around marginalized groups. Build culture and children get to see themselves
Jen Perry (she, her)
01:00:44
wonderful!
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
01:02:21
I've learned that SEL goes hand in hand with all aspects of critical thinking and true history.
Jen Perry (she, her)
01:02:51
Their are lots of teachers that would like to do this (be the superb teacher who connects) but do not feel they have the tools. That is something we can fix and why curriculum can be so important in the context of system wide transformational change.
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
01:05:56
Everyone has bias. And as kids we weren't always given the opportunity to understand who we are and why we think the way we do... so as we encourage children to do identity work, it is important that we do as well.
Sean McDonough
01:06:22
Reminder, today's webinar is being recorded and can be viewed, along with Parts 1 & 2 of this series, at the following link: https://www.nyscate.org/page/corporate-council-archived-webinars
Susanna Halliday Miller
01:07:30
https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
Arijana Lukacevic
01:08:21
My mic is not working I apologize
Tricia.Gonzalez@RCSDK12.ORG
01:08:30
Just appreciate that you see the need and are creating the resources
Arijana Lukacevic
01:09:12
I always show empathy and try to talk with them understandingly, in order to create a comfortable learning environment
Susanna Halliday Miller
01:14:12
Awesome!
Jen Perry (she, her)
01:15:54
great presentation Susanna
Arijana Lukacevic
01:16:47
Thank you for all the very helpful resources, I appreciate it