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May LHS Certificated Staff Meeting - Shared screen with gallery view
Mr. Imes
32:39
Cats named KitCat and Snicker
Jill Klune
32:50
A house bunny: Mango.
Jamie Carpita
32:52
Link and Zelda dogs
Kristen Daughters
33:00
Labs
Donna Abbey
33:00
German Shepard, Samson
KurtzP
33:01
cat archimedes
Donna Abbey
33:03
Me
Mr. Imes
33:11
I enjoy eating.
Michelle Munson
33:11
I like when Zarah cooks for me....
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
33:24
With wine.
Julie Larsen
33:25
Two axolotls named Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy
Julie Larsen
33:43
I bake but love others' cooking
Kaëla Yuen (she-her)
33:49
CANADA
Brittany
33:51
Texas
Donna Abbey
33:51
Tennessee
Rene Stratton
33:56
chicago
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
33:58
New Mexico
Laura Henry
34:01
New York
Holly Matteson
34:01
Arizona
Jill Klune
34:02
Maryland.
Julie Larsen
34:03
Oregon
Eleonor Schneider
34:05
New Jersey
Rebecca Ragland
34:06
texas
Margaret Rumpeltes
34:08
Seattle!!!
Mr. Imes
34:16
Is 30 years near enough?
Margaret Rumpeltes
34:20
That’s me!
Donna Abbey
34:33
That's me
Julie Larsen
34:50
Does restarting old hobbies count?
Hana Lee
34:52
water coloring
ChappelleD
34:55
horseback riding
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
34:59
Guitar
Mike A
35:02
writing a novel
Jake Crowley
35:11
rowing
Jill Klune
35:12
Art journaling
Mr. Imes
35:17
Mememememe!
Mr. Imes
41:29
Students will need a lot of catch up time.
Jasmin Wang
41:33
Students having a hard time transitioning
Laura Henry
41:35
kids who have dropped off will never come back
Holly Matteson
41:39
Students having anxiety and stress of increased work load
Joan/Jacob King
41:40
We’re ignoring trauma
Andy Fickert
41:44
Students that don't want to go back
Ms. Antrim Private Chat
41:44
ELL students new to our school/state/country don't know what we expect in an American classroom.
Amy Cooke
41:45
the structure
Mrs. Cooper
41:46
Students need time to adjust
Michelle Munson
41:48
we need to acknowledge the trauma and change in everyone
Michael Butterworth
41:48
Not giving students time to process the change back
Henry Level
41:48
students not having the habits for success
Jill Klune
41:51
Our system needs to be more flexible to meet all needs.
Hana Lee
41:52
anxiety and stress over social situations
Rebecca Ragland
41:53
Going back to these pre-determined standards...just moving forward without learning
Deborah Allen
41:53
students need district laptops
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
41:53
Some students are thriving online.
Jennifer Poulson
41:54
Bigger gap between strong students and weaker students
Laurel Shane, HS Counselor
41:58
Students will need extra support
ChappelleD
42:00
some students did better in remote learning due to social anxiety; they would like to stay remote
mark buchli
42:02
Students have developed a lot of bad habits. How are we going to correct them?
Andrea Noon
42:07
different needs of students will be even more pronounced
Kaëla Yuen (she-her)
42:08
A lot of assumptions were made this year about students for their disengagement; those need to be deconstructed
Donna Abbey
42:10
Students needing to establish new habits and connections.
KurtzP
42:18
There was a lot of work. I am not sure they could return to the work load that both students and teachers had.
Michael Butterworth
42:26
Meeting students where they are at and not shaming them for the loss.
barbaramaier
42:31
Kiddos will be soooo attached to digital “toys”
Mike A
42:32
greater problems with mental illness and abuse
Thomas Kennedy
42:33
Students lack social skills
Christopher Matzen
42:36
Anxiety, stress, social skills
Jill Klune
42:44
Need for strong community building and conection
ChappelleD
42:45
credit deficiency
Michael Butterworth
42:54
Recognizing our own losses
Jake Crowley
42:55
used to passive learning
Jill Klune
44:00
Yes. Gaps that existed before will be more visible.
Laura Henry
44:52
can you place the link in the chat?
Jenna Mancini Rufo
45:14
bit.ly/libertykeep
Jenna Mancini Rufo
57:36
www.menti.com
Jenna Mancini Rufo
57:44
6675 2899
Jenna Mancini Rufo
58:48
“…the valuing of diversity within the human community. When inclusive education is fully embraced, we abandon the idea that children have to become “normal” in order to contribute to the world…We begin to look beyond typical ways of becoming valued members of the community, and in doing so, begin to realize the achievable goal of providing all children with an authentic sense of belonging.”
Rene Stratton
01:00:50
we abandon the idea that children have to become “normal” in order to contribute to the world
Dana Bailey
01:01:35
being different is a human condition - from a biodiversity lens, we need the differences to become a stronger group
Rene Stratton
01:01:59
how do we define normal
Jenna Mancini Rufo
01:13:20
https://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/equity
Jenna Mancini Rufo
01:13:55
What special education practices do we engage in that align with this vision?What special education practices do we engage in that are not in alignment with this vision?As we move forward post-COVID, how do we want to better live this vision to support ALL learners?
Jenna Mancini Rufo
01:14:14
Facilitator - leads discussionNote-taker - takes notes and submits to administratorTime-keeper - keeps the group on timeTask-master - keeps the group on taskPresenter - shares the group’s learning with the whole groupEncourager - lifts up the group members and cheers them on!
Alisa Jeremica
01:27:48
Julie Larsen, here is the link to download the dyslexic font. It is free. I have some other info about paper color, ect, if you are interested. https://opendyslexic.org/
Julie Larsen
01:28:05
Thank you, Alisa!
Mr. Imes
01:32:25
Can he grab me some pizza pockets?
Lena Jones - Secondary Science
01:32:33
OMG i'm so sorry :-/
Mrs. Cooper
01:32:40
Banana bread?
Mr. Imes
01:33:06
:) We've all done it....well, the best of us have anyway.
Margaret Rumpeltes
01:34:17
Yeah that was me at the start! Oops
Jill Klune
01:35:01
Yes. Thank you for pointing that out.
Jared Tanner
01:36:10
I don't remember our number
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
01:40:17
Just sharing our groups thoughts :)
Jenna Mancini Rufo
01:43:49
Nayeli is in the bottom right
Natasha Valach
01:45:34
That smile is beautiful . . . awesome!
Mrs. Cooper
01:50:22
Don’t forget to mute now that you are back. :)
Lena Jones - Secondary Science
01:50:28
I did I did!
Donna Abbey
01:51:09
My volume is bad and I can only chat today.. But, I have included students in competition, being a hostess for catering events, etc.
Kacy Acevedo
01:51:21
Creativity was important to us as well
Kaëla Yuen (she-her)
01:52:24
Science labs!
Kaëla Yuen (she-her)
01:52:29
The hands-on activities!
Donna Abbey
01:53:04
Yes, and allowing for a lot of flexibility, etc.
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
01:53:50
We did not get to see the outside the box thinking and support that went into making that opportunity a reality.
Julie Larsen
01:55:09
Exactly, Seth. We did not see how he figured out these roles for her. What resources did he have access to? Was this out of his own head or did he work with someone else to come up with the modifications? How much did he adjust his musical choices/ curriculum--or was he adding to what he already did?
Zarah Matsuda
01:56:31
Thank you
Christopher Matzen
01:56:37
Thank you!
Vicki Kenney
01:56:39
Thank you
Dana Bailey
01:56:46
thank you all so much! I appreciate you all leaning into this work!
Amy Cooke
01:56:51
Thanks!
Eleonor Schneider
01:56:54
Thanks. VERY helpful!
Donna Abbey
01:56:55
Thank you.. Best training this year!!
Kaëla Yuen (she-her)
01:56:58
Thank you!
Rene Stratton
01:57:01
Thank you
Morten
01:57:02
Thank you
Madison Lakey
01:57:07
thank you :)
Holly Matteson
01:57:09
Thank you!
Lena Jones - Secondary Science
01:57:14
Thanks!
Ty Swiftney (he/him)
01:57:21
thank you
Seth Adams - Ed Tech Specialist
02:01:22
Thank you Dr. Rufo and the Liberty staff. Great working with all of you!