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Katie Hoffman
16:48
Can you please share the bit.ly address for the slides again?
Trisha Zimmel
17:33
Zoom has added clarity to their education privacy policy.
Eric Larsen
18:08
bit.ly/C6AIAOW
Michelle O'Rourke
19:54
Can you please give the bit.ly again
Michelle O'Rourke
20:00
It's not showing up
Mary Ann Hudziak
20:14
bit.ly/C6AIAOW
WEBINAR CESA 6
20:46
Everyone can use the pull down for All Panelists and change to All panelists and attendees: bit.ly/C6AIAOW
WEBINAR CESA 6
21:45
Rob, do you have a link to a DPI rating of sorts to video conferencing tools?
WEBINAR CESA 6
22:04
That Facebook group from earlier: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Temporaryschoolclosuresupport/permalink/1612794625539843/
Cassandra Erkens
27:23
Many districts are asking teachers to do quality formative assessments where they are checking for understanding, but to ease up on the grading.
Maripat Franke
27:56
We have been told to assess and provide a grade before the end of the week.
WEBINAR CESA 6
27:59
From Rob on DPI assessment of video conferencing tools for educator use: “They didn't put it out yet, but they were preparing something.”
Kelsey Noskowiak
28:14
Our district just put out there tips and tricks to assess students with digital such as creating a time limit for the quiz to eliminate the possibility or temptation to go to outside sources, locking them in a google form for assessment so they can’t go to outside sources.
WEBINAR CESA 6
29:14
From Trisha: Our teachers have been told to assess essential standards.
Tara VanCaster
29:26
I have a variety of projects and Red Cross Virtual Learning but I have not gotten to the assessments aspects for student learning. I can see their progress through the activities as formative assessments but would love to hear more strategies
Kelsey Noskowiak
30:11
I do a lot of flip grids for kids to video themselves and explain a concept to me that way. They have their own choice of how they want to demonstrate that learning.
Cassandra Erkens
30:13
One way to avoid the worry about students using outside sources or connecting with peers over the phone, we might consider asking questions that cannot be solved with right/wrong answers that can be Googled. Deeper creative thinking questions will do the trick.
Cassandra Erkens
30:32
It might be powerful to have students actually have to search for various ways to answer questions.
WEBINAR CESA 6
30:55
If you change your All Panelists pulldown to All Panelists and Attendees, everyone can see your chat messages.
Tara VanCaster
31:33
Just like college classes or online learning they can make videos talking about specific information (if kids are able to) or discussions where they need to submit their responses before they can view anyone else's and comment on others.
Kelsey Noskowiak
32:33
Tara, do you guys use Schoology?
Tara VanCaster
33:25
Only a few teachers do in our business department but I do not. We have Canvas and I also use EdPuzzle
Maripat Franke
33:36
We use Schoology in Neenah very similar to Google Classroom which I used for a CESA 6 class
Kelsey Noskowiak
34:02
I work in Neenah, too!
Maripat Franke
34:18
Hi! I’m at the High School!
Kelsey Noskowiak
34:33
I’m 4th grade at Coolidge!
Maripat Franke
34:49
My kids (all BIG now) went to Coolidge!
Kelsey Noskowiak
35:04
:)
Michelle Johnson
35:13
I love this idea of using Google forms as an assessment.
Stacey McGee
35:17
I am in Neenah too, at Coolidge. :)
Kelsey Noskowiak
36:03
If any of you use Schoology, I can show you or explain to you how to embed the Google Form into Schoology that way they can just go to Schoology and do the form right there without having to click a link and go to Google Forms! Less steps for them!
WEBINAR CESA 6
36:19
From Abigail: Has anyone tried putting a google form in Seesaw?
Maripat Franke
37:22
I’d appreciate the info on embedding a Google form in Schoology!
Kelsey Noskowiak
38:05
Absolutely! I will email you separately!
LoriAnn Harmon
38:10
Same here with embedding a Google form into Schoology. Also embedding videos from YouTube would be great too. Just about everything I have in Schoology right now is a link to somewhere else.
LoriAnn Harmon
38:23
P.S. Kelsey…I’m in Neenah too!
Lisa Borowski
38:52
I'm thinking about K-2 students and how assessments might look for this age group? Parents are much more involved in their online work. How do we check for authentic understanding when parents might be "helping?"
David Harris
39:16
Ditto to what Lisa asked.
Kelsey Noskowiak
39:53
LoriAnn, I will also email you!
lindsey.kraft
40:05
Kelsey, can you email me the information as well! :)
Kelsey Noskowiak
40:18
Yes!
David Harris
40:28
Thank you Eric.
Lisa Borowski
41:21
Each teacher would need to meet individually to conference and do some checking. It's what we do now for some assessments at K-2. So it's doable, but will need to take some organizing with each student.
Kelsey Noskowiak
42:16
Does anyone know if you can do Kahoot from distance?
Greg Forton
42:29
As far as essential standards, one of our is "the students will perform in correct techniques within a large group". There are many tools to help students individually, but only a few for keeping them connected as a group. We are looking at Soundtrap as a means of performing as a group even when apart. Do you have other suggestions?
Lisa Borowski
42:41
Dreambox Learning is also another tool for math that you can assign learning tasks and check progress.
David Harris
42:46
Yes, Lisa. Time will shift from uploading content to spending time conferencing. same amount of time, just spent in a different way...
LoriAnn Harmon
43:14
I began with Kahoots a few years back but now do more Quizizz and they do have a “do on your own time” feature due to these shut-downs that have happened.
Lisa Borowski
43:17
Good point, David!
Nicole Eidahl
43:26
I am curious about using Kahoot as well for my K-4 music students
Lindsay Fabry
43:29
Kahoot can be done individually once it is created, you can set it up
Nicole Eidahl
44:36
Lindsay, are you saying I just create it, then share the link with the students? Can they take it individually?
Rachel Galloway
44:42
Yes, David! I have seen teachers now tstart to schedule small group and individual conferences with students. Actually, the students are signing up for a time slot.
Maureen Glennon
44:45
Jenny and I have given assessments using Kahoot.
Lindsay Fabry
44:52
Yes, and it records their scores for you to see later
Nicole Eidahl
45:02
Cool
Greg Forton
45:04
soundtrap
WEBINAR CESA 6
46:53
From Linda: You can open Kahoot as a competition and have it open for a period of time. Our French teacher does it.
WEBINAR CESA 6
47:08
From Jerry: Can you set up screen lock and time restraints in google form quizzes?
Sana Jhumat
47:13
can you share the spreadsheet?
WEBINAR CESA 6
47:44
From Tracey: what does socrative do?
Kelsey Noskowiak
47:48
The spreadsheet is in the slideshow!
Sana Jhumat
47:57
Got it. thanks
Maripat Franke
48:04
I use Woot Math because you have a math keyboard (math symbols) but it’s like Kahoot and has all the same features but with math.
Kelsey Noskowiak
48:29
Sweet! I’ll have to check that out!
Sana Jhumat
48:32
Some of the states are going to be closed for this academic session. If it continues to be closed till end of school session, what are your plans to do till then or how you are making sure that learning continues ?
Greg Forton
48:50
All stress aside, this is a great time for us to learn tools that will allow us to have more blended learning after we get back into the classroom. Looking forward to seeing the future of education that was sort of forced upon us.
lindsey.kraft
49:11
What are you doing or trying to reach those students who haven’t attempted anything? I have one student who hasn’t done anything and 2 who have done very minimal work.
Kelsey Noskowiak
50:02
I have attempted to make contact with parents.
Keli Reinke
50:17
Hi Lindsey!! I have the same question. What about the kids who aren't completing anything? I'm contacting home, but am not getting much and worried about these students falling behind
Trisha Zimmel
50:20
Lindsey, each of our middle schools is handling it a bit differently. One is using the dean and counselor. Another has a point person for each grade level.
Kelsey Noskowiak
50:22
I will continue to try a few more times, but otherwise it is out of my hands at that point.
Stacey McGee
50:41
How do I gain access to the slideshow? I came in 10 minutes late.
Maripat Franke
50:43
First email to student, then email to parent, then phone call home and ultimately our police Liaison Officer will do a wellness check. I leave that little tidbit on their phone message and quite a few have called back!
Michelle Johnson
50:45
Our Student Intervention Team just met today, and each grade level has created a Google spread sheet with contact made, point person..etc. Once several modes have been attempted, the team highlights in read and reaches out to their point person on our team.
WEBINAR CESA 6
51:29
bit.ly/C6AIAOW
Kris Austin
51:34
This is so helpful! It’s EXACTLY where we are at today in our Learning at Home journey.
Michelle Johnson
51:38
The SIT team brainstorms and helps support.
Lisa Borowski
51:41
Our SIT team is doing the same. Teachers contact first and if need more assistance, they log it on the doc.
Maripat Franke
51:48
This is really great information, too much to absorb at once, but I can’t wait to get into the slideshow and dig in!
Maureen Glennon
52:14
I am unable to click on any of the ideas or scroll to explore. Anyone else having this issue?
Maripat Franke
52:35
I had to open the slideshow in a separate tab
Michelle Johnson
52:55
Thank you presenters! This is really useful information. We appreciate you.
Lisa Borowski
53:17
Yes, thank you for your time and resource helps.
Kelsey Noskowiak
53:23
Thank you so much!!!!!
Amanda Frenkel
53:36
Thank you for the resources. :)
Stacey McGee
53:52
Thank you so very much! Very helpful!
Cassandra Erkens
53:55
Thanks so much for all of the input - from presenters to collaborative participants! GREAT info delivered in a very responsive way!
Ryan King
53:56
Thank you for this! So awesome to see the collaboration and sharing of different ideas and tools.
Trisha Zimmel
53:58
Thank you
Lori Marsden
54:19
Thank you for this fabulous resource!
terressa leinon
54:21
thanks for the resources
Jill Dujardin
54:27
Thanks for you ideas!
David Harris
55:06
Thanks for the conversation!
LoriAnn Harmon
55:11
Thank you so much.