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Learning Forward Virtual Advocacy Day: Skills, strategies and motivation for making the case for professional learning - Shared screen with speaker view
Melinda George
20:21
Thank you for joining us today! Everyone who registered for today's session will receive a copy of these slides after the webinar.
David Brancamp
20:42
Thank you!
Melinda George
20:45
You fixed it! Thank you!
Melinda George
20:54
Standards: https://standards.learningforward.org/?_ga=2.9067440.409114861.1663163005-1773615640.1662730149
Melinda George
26:10
Please check out the Powered by Title II website for more information about funding trends, research, and advocacy tools: www.poweredbytitleii.com
JMP
30:52
I have yet to hear a cogent argument for federal involvement in education. I can conceive of few topics that are more local and personal than educating my children. I can't see why my kids should be educated like kids in Maine or Oregon, and I struggle to see any advantages to be gained by local teachers spending their time lobbying DC.
JMP
41:03
The current budget for the DOE is about $190 billion. Why wouldn't those dollars be more efficiently used if left in the hands of the states and school districts who know their local needs best?
Melinda George
41:08
Here is the Missouri Title II funding and data brief: https://learningforward.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/MissouriData.pdf
Elizabeth Foster
46:20
Barbara's Suffolk Virginia data brief (https://learningforward.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/SPS-Title-II-Advocacy-Story-4.pdf)
Elizabeth Foster
49:47
We will have a moderated discussion very soon - please share your questions for the panelists or Jon and Melinda here!
Elizabeth Foster
53:10
FYI Virginia uses the term "division” instead of "district”.
Dayna Richardson
53:31
Amen, Sistah! Educator Data!
Elizabeth Foster
54:28
Missouri data brief (https://learningforward.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/MissouriData.pdf)Suffolk Virginia data brief (https://learningforward.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/SPS-Title-II-Advocacy-Story-4.pdf)
Elizabeth Foster
56:43
Here is a tool to help you all structure and tell your own data story: https://poweredbytitleii.com/share-your-story/
Maria Diaz
01:01:28
In the ’70s, kindergarteners were learning how to write their letters in a single school year, now we are expecting complete narratives out of them. Standardized testing questions are written so confusingly that teachers cannot even understand what they are asking. This is the toughest time in education history to be a new teacher. As veteran teachers retire early, more new inexperienced teachers are being thrown into impossible situations without support or mentors. When a teacher finally feels comfortable and efficient they change the program. Without sufficient time to learn what is expected and confident in there teaching strategies. Yet teachers are evaluated yearly without training that is efficient.
cheryl.joe
01:06:28
What ideas do you have when district funding Title II goes to personnel [salaries] and not so much in Professional Learning practices that enhance teacher & leader practice?
Maria Diaz
01:15:11
Thank you for your insights
Dayna Richardson
01:15:43
Very appreciated!!
Brenda Mathews
01:16:06
Thank you for all of this information.
Segun Eubanks
01:16:09
Thanks Nick - from one fan to another!
Elizabeth Foster
01:18:33
tool to help structure and tell your story: https://poweredbytitleii.com/share-your-story/
Tara Isaacs
01:19:00
Well organized. Class act, LF! Thank you.
Bejanae Kareem
01:19:29
Great tips for sharing our story! Do you have suggestions on where to find accurate/current data to include in our stories?
Elizabeth Foster
01:19:31
Here is a map of state by state Title II allocations: https://poweredbytitleii.com/what-is-title-ii/#statebystateallocation
Elizabeth Foster
01:25:38
There are a range of ways to put together a data brief! Here are about a dozen examples from different states and districts: https://learningforward.org/title-iia-data-summaries/
Bejanae Kareem
01:27:04
Impressive. Thank you all!
Shane Jay Fairbairn
01:27:26
Thank you for all the great information and resources. Wow.
Dayna Richardson
01:27:44
Thanx for these links, Elizabeth! Wonderful examples!
JMP
01:28:31
The pandemic was a boon for millions of parents, who, for the first time, saw what was going on in their kids' classrooms. That said, what's being done to close the gap between the schools and their customers, the parents?
JMP
01:31:47
It seems the answer is ALWAYS more money. The layperson asks, What private business would feel justified in raisng its prices if it couldn't point to an improved product or service?
Betty Wilson-McSwain
01:34:16
Thank you for the wealth of knowledge and strategies shared!
Kim LeSage|AZ Dept of Ed
01:34:27
Great resources. Thank you!
Elizabeth Foster
01:34:55
Thanks everyone for joining us today! We will share the recording and slides in a few days - feel free to share with your colleagues!
Noreen Dooley
01:35:04
Thank you for the powerful information and resources!
Learning Forward
01:35:06
https://conference.learningforward.org/
Elizabeth Foster
01:35:12
Please join us in Nashville for the Learning Forward Annual Conference: https://conference.learningforward.org/?_ga=2.242900871.409114861.1663163005-1773615640.1662730149
Dayna Richardson
01:35:35
Thanx to LF…..this was very helpful. How will we receive the recording? Happy Day to ALL!!
Shane Jay Fairbairn
01:35:43
Thank you all!
Noreen Dooley
01:35:47
I'm looking forward to the conference!
Maria Diaz
01:35:49
Thank you!
Elizabeth Foster
01:36:04
Hi Dayna - you will get a follow up email with the link and slides (and chat box resources). Thanks!