The Culturally Responsive CTE Classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
so hard to hear. can anything be done?
It's very hard to hear you
I do not have a camera.
I'm having a very difficult time hearing and understanding her
Hard to hear
Yes, agreed. Difficult time hearing.
Lots of echoing
thorn finding medical clinical placements
Rose - Working in a lot of CTE classes!
I am grateful to work with my staff members!
Rose-I am grateful to have been offered the position of CTE teacher
Rose: My team that keeps moving the needle in meeting the needs of ELLs
bud having the student s back in the building
Grateful for more in-person instruction this year.
Rose - I have job, Bud - my student are great, Thorn - clinical is challenging
Rose-staff is pulling together to help each other more
Rose: Feeling grateful to have full classrooms again
Rose- Being in person!
Working in person with my students again
Rose, attendance is up on a regular basis
Great having students in person.
Rose- nice to work again with staff whom Ive work with in the past.
Thorn- being short staffed/lack of subs
rose working within the CTE classrooms and watching the aha moments
Thorn Grading and learning the system
rose for my supervisor bud my faith thorn small yucky office
Rose- Moved from .5 Math Consultant /.5 Sp Ed Consultant to Full Time SP Ed Consultant.....Feel like I have the time I need to spend with my students :)
thorn clinical placement
bud-working on diversity-oriented student/teacher events
thorn needing to have uncomfortable conversations with staff
Bud-looking forward to finding my way
Once you complete the chart, you can begin to think about which bubbles are most important to your work as an educator.
beliefs in the kindness of others, looking for the best in people
beliefs, interests and age
name students really want you to correctly know their name and that you recognize them
as well as age
humanism - seeing value in each individual and recognizing them for their uniqueness (belief)
Age and family
Dr. Love is a Rochester native!!
Print Figure 2.2https://resources.corwin.com/sites/default/files/figure_2.2_reflecting_on_my_cultural_beliefs_and_expectations.pdfFigure 2.3https://resources.corwin.com/sites/default/files/figure_2.3_reflecting_on_my_cultural_beliefs_and_expectations.pdf
Greet Kelvin when he does come to school and express how happy you are as the teacher to see him.
Potentially partner Kelvin with a student who can provide peer support and build relationships with that student.
Please evaluate this session! CTLE credit can be requested as you complete the evaluation. https://forms.gle/GZkqHF5mwSH5gNG58
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