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Technology Tools To Support Communication With Multilingual Students & Families - Shared screen with speaker view
Lori Menning
15:44
Welcome! Please introduce yourself here in the chat sharing your name, district & role.
Elizabeth Krcmar
15:56
Hello, my name is Elizabeth. I am a Title Math teacher in Waupaca. I am currently servicing a family that does not speak any English.
Michelle O'Rourke
18:53
Michelle ORourke, Wautoma School District, 6th grade Science Teacher
WEBINAR CESA 6
19:29
Here is the PPT: bit.ly/C6-multilingual
Deb Worachek
19:44
Deb W from Xavier Middle School , Appleton, Learning Services Teacher
Samuel Oluwawunmi
19:50
Samuel from Johannesburg, South AfricaI am Educator working learners with Autism
jose ruel
20:05
Jose Ruel
Elizabeth Krcmar
23:52
Spanish
Morgan Pelot
23:53
Mostly Spanish, but also Hmong!
Michelle O'Rourke
24:03
primarily, Spanish speakers. We have had some vietnamese as well
jose ruel
24:15
Spanish and Mong
Michelle O'Rourke
34:10
yes!
Julie Kettlewell
34:23
yes
Julie Kettlewell
34:55
I have tried...
WEBINAR CESA 6
36:04
https://jakemiller.net/translate-in-google-sheets/
WEBINAR CESA 6
42:38
Talking Points: https://talkingpts.org/
jose ruel
43:23
yes
WEBINAR CESA 6
43:43
Select all panelists and attendees if you can
Morgan Pelot
44:02
I’ve wanted to use Talking Points to communicate with families!
Madeline Brege
44:29
I will need a way to translate for Vietnamese-speaking families starting next schoolyear. Maybe this will help.
Hajira Buser
44:55
It is great :)
WEBINAR CESA 6
45:36
Lori will email the PPT to all registered attendees after the webinar, along with other materials. (Lori, we didn’t email it out in advance)
Madeline Brege
46:51
Lori, the audio is very tinny and hard to understand, at least for me
WEBINAR CESA 6
47:17
Yes, we can see the steps but not hear her explain the steps.
Michelle O'Rourke
47:41
I wonder if this video will also be sent as a resource?
Hajira Buser
47:43
Yes, it is unintelligible
Morgan Pelot
48:02
Good thing there’s a visual to follow along :)
Hajira Buser
48:38
in the resources, when you share later, maybe it can come in a different format
WEBINAR CESA 6
50:38
Ah, here is the video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sgRdpu2Go3D2494aae8JrmHUZWeI4K8o/view
Hajira Buser
50:42
Great, thanks
Morgan Pelot
51:57
Many of our teachers use different programs: Class Dojo, Seesaw, Bloomz..
Elizabeth Krcmar
52:11
I do not have any experience with any, as this family just moved to the area a month ago. I am so grateful for this webinar. Learning so much!
Hajira Buser
53:07
Talking points allows real time chats
Hajira Buser
54:54
Our early childhood teachers like Class DoJo, and SeeSaw lets you change languages, and translates into I think 10 different options
WEBINAR CESA 6
59:21
From Ann: My student reads textbooks with Microsoft Translate! He uses the camera and takes a picture - everything translates instantly, and the picture stays as long as he needs it!
Morgan Pelot
01:00:52
Are the messages on these platforms able to be listened to? We have a family that does not read in their home language, but understands orally
Elizabeth Krcmar
01:01:38
I am eager to try Talking Points.
Heather Willis
01:01:39
I would like to try Google Translate Formula and Talking Points! Thanks!
Madeline Brege
01:01:50
I will look forward to trying Microsoft Translate or Talking Points to translate into languages that I do not speak
Julie Kettlewell
01:01:55
I'm eager to try Talking Points and maybe Microsoft translate
Stacy Juelich
01:01:55
Agreed! Talking points sounds great@
Jennifer Erickson
01:02:18
We are using Seesaw and Class Dojo at an elementary level with success...glad others are as well.
Morgan Pelot
01:02:43
I’m excited to use Talking Points and to see what other programs my colleagues are using!
Morgan Pelot
01:02:58
THANK YOU!!!
Samuel Oluwawunmi
01:04:16
Talking point
WEBINAR CESA 6
01:06:03
Future webinars: https://www.cesa6.org/covid-webinar-series.cfm
WEBINAR CESA 6
01:06:18
Archived recordings of past webinars: https://www.cesa6.org/webinar-archive.cfm
Madeline Brege
01:06:44
One quick thing to add, for multilingual families. I got this from World Relief. This link takes you to a series of informational videos about COVID-19 for families in many languages, to help keep our community informed. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOZioxrIwCv3XMucYU8AmVRC7R7vLnYEJ
Julie Kettlewell
01:07:09
thanks
Morgan Pelot
01:07:14
Thank you, Lori! This was great!!