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Classroom Management and Instruction for CTE - Engagement Strategies - Shared screen with speaker view
Joseph Vogel
22:23
yes!
Taisha Dickerson
22:54
Taisha Dickerson
Maureen Kwasniewski
23:09
Maureen - Health Dimensions - 15 years
Nina Giordani
23:09
Nina Giordani
Taisha Dickerson
23:16
Taisha Dickerson CTE Early Childhood 0
Darlene Yaddow
23:29
Darlene - 22 years teaching math in CTE
Joseph Vogel
23:31
Joe - Cyber Technology + Cyber Security - 4 years
Nina Giordani
23:32
Nina Giordani- Career Financial Mgmt, Bus Law, Work based learning, 15 yrs
Nellie Whelden
23:34
Nellie Whelden, agriculture. First year teacher.
Laura Kain
23:36
Laura Kain Auto Tech 19 years! TA
Savine Roberts
23:41
Savine Roberts/Career and Financial Management, Entrepreneurship, Work-Based Learning
Jackie Flamio
23:59
Jackie S.Flamio TA at ICC with Auto Body
crunner Runner
24:24
Hello everyone, Carrie Runner, I am a Special Education Consultant at SLL BOCES Southwest Tech in Gouverneur. I've been in the Sp Ed field for 30 years as well as Transition, Community Based work teacher and Math Consultant for the tech center
Geoffrey Tulloch
24:27
Culinary arts 15 yrs
Donna Walsworth
24:46
Donna Walsworth, Health Dimensions, 43 years teaching experience
Laura Kain
27:23
students asking questions
Joseph Vogel
27:42
Students leading appropriate projects of their choice
Maureen Kwasniewski
27:56
everyone is talking, but about the subject. It looks like chaos, but is actually very organized. The students actually like it because they learn better like that
Marlo Capoccia
28:01
Energy, creative, student-led
Jeremy Abarno
28:04
@ Laura, I love that, curiosity is really a sign of engagement.
crunner Runner
28:15
Students asking questions and their peers giving feedback and sharing ideas
Jeremy Abarno
28:23
@Joseph, agency and choice is so important.
Sarah Rosskamm
28:23
there's a buzz in the room - kids are excited and exploring, discussing and asking questions of each other
Dawn Fargo
28:24
it's organized chaos; lots of talking--but on topic
Nina Giordani
28:29
Student run, when a student hears other students engage with their own input, it allows them to relate to the information more thoroughly, and actually analyze it. This brings the conversation/lesson to a higher level
Andrew Lukas
28:32
interactive, between everyone relaying and sharing ideas
Nellie Whelden
28:42
Students participating and enjoying hands on activities and asking questions when they are unsure.
Savine Roberts
28:43
Student engagement, sharing, laughing, comfortable, etc
Jackie Flamio
28:44
give and take discussion as well as hands on time
Taisha Dickerson
28:52
Students wanting to volunteer
Darlene Yaddow
28:57
Students are able to see how the content applies their career - practice it hands on and then possibly teach someone else
crunner Runner
29:02
Creating projects
Nellie Whelden
29:36
Yes I 100% agree with you Dawn
Taisha Dickerson
29:55
laughter
Dawn Fargo
30:40
I love that idea of assessing based on the questions being asked.
Geoffrey Tulloch
32:28
Students are discussing content of the lesson and sharing ideas and information taught
Sarah Rosskamm
36:44
great analogy!
Nina Giordani
37:25
compliance actually speaks to the foundation of the American education system, built off of an assembly line, with the ideal to produce identical products. Compliance is essentially memorization, they can recite facts, without actually understanding or analyzing the material. Perfect example comes from math, you can teach a student to solve an equation, but they may not understand why the procedure is actually working
Nellie Whelden
37:30
yes
Savine Roberts
37:39
yes
Maureen Kwasniewski
37:51
No
Jackie Flamio
37:52
YES
crunner Runner
37:54
Yes
Dawn Fargo
37:55
yes
Joseph Vogel
37:55
no
Darlene Yaddow
37:59
Yes
Jacqueline Smith
38:02
yes
Andrew Lukas
38:02
yes
Laura Kain
38:02
yes
Taisha Dickerson
38:02
yes
Nina Giordani
38:08
Yes
Steven Perry
38:19
yes
Savine Roberts
38:35
no
Nellie Whelden
40:32
I feel we are accountable in the basic ways that they need to be sucessful in do it within the CTE career outcome we
Darlene Yaddow
41:18
What does it mean to drive results?
Dawn Fargo
42:54
Every CTE program has some element of English/Writing and Math involved. Even the Carpentry Union reps say applicants need Geometry.
Jackie Flamio
44:00
No
Maureen Kwasniewski
44:00
no
Dawn Fargo
44:04
no
Laura Kain
44:04
no
Jacqueline Smith
44:05
no
Donna Walsworth
44:12
No
Nina Giordani
44:16
no
Geoffrey Tulloch
44:16
No
Geoffrey Tulloch
46:11
Complying. Playing good student
Jackie Flamio
52:43
Success
Maureen Kwasniewski
52:46
success - practice over and over
Dawn Fargo
52:53
I provide support to students with disabilities at the tech center so I need to concentrate on relationships first and foremost.
Taisha Dickerson
53:09
for my seniors Success and for my Juniors Curiosity-I am not sure that I have made that happen
Darlene Yaddow
53:29
Relationships - I try to make sure that students are comfortable with me and their peers right away. Mistakes and questions are encouraged!
Joseph Vogel
53:58
Curiosity. Many of my students have built computers or taken them apart but have difficulty detailing what components do or how computers even communicate to each other. It peels back the layers of mystery around these devices that saturate every aspect of their lives.
Dawn Fargo
54:04
Yay, Darlene!! Mistakes are a part of learning. Especially in CTE.
Savine Roberts
54:14
Relationships - letting them share their experiences, in regards to the topic of discussion, but they share other information.
Nina Giordani
54:30
Relationships: I always make it clear that respect is a two way street, as long as the student is honest and respectful, they will get the same from me, and I make sure they get the same from their peers.
Carrie Runner
54:59
Relationships- The students do a lot of peer pairing and also the relationship that I form with the students. They know that I care and I try to get to know what is important to them. I find once you are able to develop a positive relationship that the students are more willing to actively engage
Nellie Whelden
55:13
Relationships I always try to get to know something about each of them. I tell them when I am not perfect. That shows I'm human and they respect me more for that. I also allow students to stay in my room whenever they need too.
Carrie Runner
55:35
Students need to feel safe to take risks
Dawn Fargo
57:01
I already use it :)
Jeremy Abarno
01:04:42
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Mvy9N4e0-jgdFIDF1a6cds_OVQPDGFFY_EnGC35cP20/copy
Nina Giordani
01:06:25
It says access denied, when attempting to open the link
Taisha Dickerson
01:06:42
I am not able to get access either
Jeremy Abarno
01:07:23
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Mvy9N4e0-jgdFIDF1a6cds_OVQPDGFFY_EnGC35cP20/edit?usp=sharing
Nellie Whelden
01:07:35
Nope
Nina Giordani
01:07:39
still denied
Maureen Kwasniewski
01:07:56
Me either
Jeremy Abarno
01:08:00
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Mvy9N4e0-jgdFIDF1a6cds_OVQPDGFFY_EnGC35cP20/edit?usp=sharing
Maureen Kwasniewski
01:08:50
How do youi make a copy
Sarah Rosskamm
01:09:17
Go to file in the top left corner and then choose the option "make a copy"
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:20:30
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Dawn Fargo
01:20:48
Great presentation! t
Savine Roberts
01:20:52
Jeremy your presentation was Awesome…Thank you!
Jeremy Abarno
01:21:11
Thank you all for your engagement.
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:21:16
nyctecenter.org
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:21:39
Please evaluate this session! You can request CTLE credit at the end of the eval!! https://forms.gle/8KehvSBkksPbKk9u8
Jackie Flamio
01:21:41
Thank you Jeremy:)
Carrie Runner
01:22:10
Thank-you so much!! Great information and thanks for keeping us engaged Jeremy!! 🙂
Jeremy Abarno
01:22:22
Thank you all, be well and keep up the great work!