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FLVS NYSCATE webinar part 3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Paquette
22:23
Absolutely impacts!
Emily Guarnieri
22:25
yes
Michelle Licata
22:41
impacts our morale at home sometimes too
Johnathan Hirschey
23:42
I really prescribe to Jimmy Cases’ concept of work-life fit. We can’t always balance between work and home; sometimes we give more to work and sometimes home has needs that supersede. It’s all about making it fit.
Johnathan Hirschey
23:53
*Casas’
Michelle Licata
24:40
Absolutely, Johnathan. It is like any relationship- it is never 100% balanced :)
shaferwillne
35:03
My work has a “rule” that Wednesday afternoons each week is for deep learning and thinking — no meetings can be scheduled during that time.
Michelle Licata
36:31
I love that, @Shaferwillne. What a powerful "rule". Imagine all the deep learning that one can experience in a year.
shaferwillne
36:44
We also use the “send later” feature so that emails are not sent at night, but sent out in the morning during work hours.
shaferwillne
37:04
I mean the “schedule later” feature for sending emails.
Michelle Licata
37:36
Also a great idea too. Yes, the delayed delivery is important when communicating with one another and the families we support.
Michelle Licata
42:17
When I was an instructional leader, I always inspected what I expected.
Johnathan Hirschey
44:26
A general lack of experience with creating assessment opportunities that are suited for an online environment (ie can’t be Googled)
Erin Contrady
47:28
It's hard to monitor students who don't log in!
Michelle Licata
51:52
What tools are you all using? Your teachers using to communicate to families?
Michelle Licata
53:17
One of my fav tools is Google Voice to communicate. Is anyone using that tool?
Johnathan Hirschey
01:01:00
Relationships first, always!Curriculum DevelopmentProgress MonitoringWork/life fitSynchronous learningPersonalized education
Sean McDonough
01:01:11
Reminder, that you can view the prior session webinars and others at our Archived Webinar page. https://www.nyscate.org/page/corporate-council-archived-webinars
Erin Contrady
01:04:44
I ranked them the exact same way! Relationships first!
Erin Contrady
01:05:01
Yes :)
Johnathan Hirschey
01:07:02
I think that the term “personalized learning” has been diluted in our vernacular kind of the way that “blended learning” has been stretched way beyond the Christensen’s Institute’s definition to fit all. We would need to do a lot of narrowing and defining to start to work towards it.
Johnathan Hirschey
01:07:45
“I put a kid on a computer, that’s blended learning.”
Laura M
01:07:56
My thought is if personalized education is possible for classrooms in the future, that higher ed and professional development are brought into the conversation at the beginning.
Michelle Licata
01:07:57
what about prescriptive learning rather than personalized?
Sean McDonough
01:08:39
Good point Johnathan. Michael Horn as an interesting read on his blog related to the purpose of school. https://www.christenseninstitute.org/blog/whats-the-purpose-of-schooling/
Michelle Licata
01:09:16
We love Michael Horn and the Christensen Institute.
Johnathan Hirschey
01:09:45
Ditto.
Emily Guarnieri
01:12:26
Thank you!
Michelle Licata
01:12:30
mlicata@flvs.netMortiz@flvs.net
Johnathan Hirschey
01:12:31
Thank you!
Erin Contrady
01:12:41
Thank you!