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The Culturally Responsive CTE Classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
Gretchen Schwalbach
28:42
https://nyctecenter.org/
Marlo Capoccia
29:36
so hard to hear. can anything be done?
Maureen Kwasniewski
29:44
It's very hard to hear you
Laura Kain
29:48
I do not have a camera.
Lori Keough
29:48
I'm having a very difficult time hearing and understanding her
Laurie Runyan
29:54
Hard to hear
Katrina Henderson
29:57
Yes, agreed. Difficult time hearing.
Laura Kain
30:07
better
Laurie Runyan
31:11
Lots of echoing
Aja Nayfeld
36:20
thorn finding medical clinical placements
Shawnna Sweet
36:24
Rose - Working in a lot of CTE classes!
Stephanie Stephens
36:28
I am grateful to work with my staff members!
Taisha Dickerson
36:31
Rose-I am grateful to have been offered the position of CTE teacher
Tanya Rosado-Barringer
36:34
Rose: My team that keeps moving the needle in meeting the needs of ELLs
Aja Nayfeld
36:34
bud having the student s back in the building
Sally Deane-Moshier
36:41
Grateful for more in-person instruction this year.
Maureen Kwasniewski
36:42
Rose - I have job, Bud - my student are great, Thorn - clinical is challenging
Laurie Darfler-Sweeney
36:44
Rose-staff is pulling together to help each other more
Nicolas Miller
36:46
Rose: Feeling grateful to have full classrooms again
Katrina Henderson
36:48
Rose- Being in person!
Daniel Johnson
36:48
Working in person with my students again
Laura Kain
36:50
Rose, attendance is up on a regular basis
Fran Horner
36:56
Great having students in person.
Laurie Runyan
36:58
Rose- nice to work again with staff whom Ive work with in the past.
Katrina Henderson
37:01
Thorn- being short staffed/lack of subs
Lori Keough
37:17
rose working within the CTE classrooms and watching the aha moments
Taisha Dickerson
37:19
Thorn Grading and learning the system
Pamela Curtis
37:23
rose for my supervisor bud my faith thorn small yucky office
Carrie Runner
37:26
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 :)
Aja Nayfeld
37:30
thorn clinical placement
Laura Bucko
37:41
bud-working on diversity-oriented student/teacher events
Lori Keough
37:47
thorn needing to have uncomfortable conversations with staff
Taisha Dickerson
37:52
Bud-looking forward to finding my way
Shawnna Sweet
52:48
Once you complete the chart, you can begin to think about which bubbles are most important to your work as an educator.
Lori Keough
56:46
beliefs
Laura Kain
56:46
beliefs in the kindness of others, looking for the best in people
Maureen Kwasniewski
56:50
languge
Carrie Runner
56:59
Beliefs
Laurie Darfler-Sweeney
57:02
beliefs, interests and age
Pamela Curtis
57:02
kindness
Laurie Runyan
57:09
Ethnicity
Aja Nayfeld
57:10
name students really want you to correctly know their name and that you recognize them
Carrie Runner
57:12
as well as age
Nicolas Miller
57:20
age\
Stephanie Stephens
57:29
humanism - seeing value in each individual and recognizing them for their uniqueness (belief)
Taisha Dickerson
57:36
Beliefs, interests,
Laura Kain
57:49
Nice Stephanie!
Daniel Johnson
57:59
Age and family
Shawnna Sweet
58:13
Dr. Love is a Rochester native!!
Tanya Rosado-Barringer
01:03:44
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
Katrina Henderson
01:24:12
Greet Kelvin when he does come to school and express how happy you are as the teacher to see him.
Katrina Henderson
01:25:02
Potentially partner Kelvin with a student who can provide peer support and build relationships with that student.
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:26:16
Please evaluate this session! CTLE credit can be requested as you complete the evaluation. https://forms.gle/GZkqHF5mwSH5gNG58
Sally Deane-Moshier
01:27:18
Thank you.
Laura Bucko
01:27:19
Thank you!
Aja Nayfeld
01:27:32
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