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FLVS NYSCATE Webinar Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sean McDonough
22:31
Please use the chat to ask any questions to Michelle and Meghan.
Sean McDonough
26:17
Here is the link to view the other webinars from FLVS this spring along with other events. https://www.nyscate.org/page/webinars
Jax
27:53
From partners like Savvas, HMH Intor eading, Nat Geo, schools choose the online curriculum they wanted (if the wanted.) Otherwise they just used their own school based curriculum and tried to make it remote friendly with web based platforms (Google Classroom and other 3rd party resources.)
Jackie Patanio-NYCDOE
28:14
Sorry I am from the NYCDOE
Trish Ervay
28:22
Much of our curriculum had some digital components. We have ClassLink Single Sign on that has a Teacher console that teachers could put up assignments for elementary students. Teams was used for assignments and meetings. We also used Zoom for synchronous learning.
shaferwillne
28:27
I like the interactive PowerPoints created by Theresa Wills - https://www.theresawills.com/mathurdays and the derivations by Esther Park - https://www.mrspark.org/
Jim Flanagan
29:05
Are you accessing direct or via a learning object repository?
erin.contrady
31:12
Hours and hours!
shaferwillne
31:14
30 minutes - an hour per class?
Annemarie Dumar
31:37
Too much! I'm a tech coach and would get emails from people in the middle of the night with questions during the school closure.
Nadine Britton
31:52
Approx. 20 hours per week
Dr. Sean Adcroft
32:21
Agreed.
Lisa Scott
32:22
Many hours, many nights and weekends :)
Trish Ervay
39:40
only screen contact. Miss the face to face and close proximaty
Annemarie Dumar
39:51
Connecting with kids you don't see - cameras off
Senõr Brillón
40:04
yes, screen contact when the students have their cameras off
Senõr Brillón
40:12
*eye contact :-)
Michelle Licata
40:13
Yes, Trish!
Michelle Licata
40:26
Yes, Annemarie, so tough.
shaferwillne
40:27
Inviting in and helping students speak up - worry that they don’t have enough English or, even if they do, that they might make a fool of themselves…..How to lower the stakes and provide onramps to engagement.
Anne Cruz
40:46
Reassuring kids when they’re having a difficult time understanding a concept we’re teaching
Johnathan Hirschey
40:49
The ability to provide an environment where they are less focused upon Maslow’s needs and can focus upon being vulnerable and open to relationships
Jenn Grant
40:51
Parents - they are not giving the students time to be themselves and to speak for themselves
Justin Shumaker
40:55
Inconsistent time with students
mscullion
43:42
I am sorry I have to leave webinar....I am needed in the district. I really wanted to hear more
Sean McDonough
44:04
The webinar is being recorded so you'll get a copy of the recording to view later.
Michelle Licata
55:36
Our room talked about increasing PD opportunities for teachers.
Michelle Licata
59:56
Do you recall your fav teacher's name? I remember Mrs. Casiola (2nd grade). She was so kind to me.
Winnie Bracco
01:00:34
supervisors need to learn how to support teachers and give guidance that's germane to the environment.
Michelle Licata
01:01:31
Yes, Winnie, (Hi Winnie). Just as teachers make connections with students, supervisors who are successful leaders follow the same process. Great point, Winnie. I hope you are well.,
Michelle Licata
01:02:56
https://www.ted.com/talks/rita_pierson_every_kid_needs_a_champion?language=en
Winnie Bracco
01:03:13
👍Agreed relationship building is key! all is well on this end.
Michelle Licata
01:04:08
We use this Spreadsheet with students. I used this when I supervised a team and it was super helpful to build rapport.
Michelle Licata
01:04:55
As virtual leaders we can do this with our teachers and the systems then trickle to the teachers to their students. The teacher is the magic. :)
Sean McDonough
01:09:50
Reminder to sign up for the remainder of webinars from FLVS this spring. https://www.nyscate.org/page/webinars
Joe Blanco
01:10:26
Thank you!
Jackie Patanio-NYCDOE
01:10:30
Thanks Michelle I would love that.
Michelle Licata
01:10:35
Great Jackie
Michelle Licata
01:10:46
Would you like to email me> mlicata@flvs.net?
Winnie Bracco
01:10:51
thank you Michelle. great information and resources
Michelle Licata
01:10:54
I will send you the registration info
Michelle Licata
01:11:04
You are welcome, Winnie.
Jenn Grant
01:11:13
Thank you. I found this interesting and informative.
Michelle Licata
01:11:28
Thank you, Jenn. And, thank you for your great shares.
Jenn Grant
01:11:45
Welcome
Anne Cruz
01:13:04
It was fun learning with everyone.. thank you from the Philippines *=)
Philip Jarosz
01:13:08
Thank you everyone!
Winnie Bracco
01:13:08
thank you
Kristin Spinella
01:13:09
Thank You