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Candidate Orientation- National Board Digital Academy - Shared screen with speaker view
otha keys
17:11
otha keys library media mississippi
Morgan Wilkerson
17:15
Morgan Wilkerson 2nd grade, Greensboro, NC
Lynn Carter
17:16
Lynn Carter- retired PLF - NC
Jameelah Wright
17:17
Jimmie, NJ, pre-k
Morina Ricablanca
17:17
Morina wake NC special ed
Alexandra Boyd
17:19
Allie Boyd Physics NC
Cassi Park
17:20
Cassi Park, Kindergarten, NY
Chimere McLean
17:20
Chimere McLean 6th ELA Newark, DE
Amy DeAngelo
17:21
Amy DeAngelo, High School Spanish, Albany NY
Kathy Hazel
17:22
Kathy Hazel, 1st Grade, NC
Rebecca Muller
17:23
Rebecca Muller, WA, 3rd grade
Brandy Hale
17:23
4th grade literacy in Hopkinsville, KY
Brooke Sauer
17:26
Brooke Sauer, HS Science, NC
Emily Hudson
17:27
Emily Hudson, K-8 Music, NYC, NY
Robert Woodcock
17:27
Morning, everyone. Rob Woodcock. MS Band/Orchestra. SF, CA.
Heidi Diamond
17:27
Heidi Diamond 3rd grade WV
Karen Stevens
17:28
Karen Stevens- 6th grade math, NC
Stefanie Morris
17:28
Stefanie Morris, Middle School CTE, NC
Kelly King
17:30
Kelly K, Bellflower MS/HS, CA, Theatre/English
Elaine Dupree
17:30
Elaine Dupree, Marion Jr. High, Algebra 1
Jeanie Peterson
17:30
Jeanie Peterson, 7/8th Social Studies, Cary NC
Melanie Crowe
17:30
Melanie Crowe, Visual Arts, Maine
Sarah Lane
17:31
Sarah Lane, WA- 2nd grade
Bridget Bambling
17:31
Bridget Bambling, AZ Middle school science
Cristina Hudgins-Davis
17:33
Cristina Hudgins, 10th and 11th ELA, Mississippi
Amanda Roach
17:33
Amanda, 3rd Grade, Seattle
Erica Kinney
17:34
Erica Kinney- Chapel Hill, NC, reading specialist
Nicole Luo
17:34
Nicole Luo HS Spanish Chicago, IL
Elise Olsen
17:34
Elise Olsen, 8th Grade Social Studies, NC
Melissa DeWitt
17:34
Melissa DeWitt, SPED, Waukegan, IL
Franca Drake
17:35
Hello, Franca Drake 4th Grade, WA
Monica Jones
17:36
Monica Jones, NC, CTE
Darelynn Fung
17:36
Darelynn Fung, MD, middle school band
Rachael Mulhisen
17:36
Rachael Mulhisen, Exceptional Needs, NY
Mehwish Khan
17:36
Mehwish Khan, 5th grade, MD
Camille Allen
17:36
Fort Thomas KY, special education
sheila rouse
17:36
Sheila Rouse-Scottsboro City, AL 5th Grade ELA
Tamikia Harvey
17:37
Tamikia Harvey EC Teacher for Gaston County schools in Stanley NC k-8
Ellen Hammett
17:38
ellen hammett, Alabama, special ed
tuengelk
17:38
Laura Tuenge, first grade, Chippewa Falls, WI S
Ann Bell
17:38
Ann Bell, intensive intervention EC teacher, 4th/5th grade, NC
Ailine Dominey
17:41
Ailine Dominey, ELAR - Richardson, TX
Yehudit Serrano-Falcon
17:41
Malka Falcon, 9th grade SPED, CA
Stephanie Sessa
17:41
Steph Sessa, high school science, Philly PA
Kaysea Campbell
17:41
Kaysea Campbell, 3rd grade, NC
Ty Swartz
17:41
Ty Swartz, Landstown HS, Virginia Beach, VA - Graphic Communications 9-12
Dannya Spradley
17:43
Dannya Spradley, MS, 9-12 Science
Rose Anne Fitzpatrick
17:43
Rose Anne Fitzpatrick NC Middle school SPED
Craig
17:44
Craig Hacker/CTE/9-12/IL
Kristen Williams
17:44
Kristen Williams, Maryland, Chemistry
BIANCA ARAUJO
21:01
Bianca Araujo, ENL, Chicago, IL, k-3
Ellen Cook
21:06
Ellen Cook, San Francisco Unified, High School, M/M Special Education
Cindy Davis
21:06
Cindy Davis, Business Education, Killen, Alabama
Tori Blackwell
21:11
GM! Tori Blackwell, 3rd Grade, North Carolina
Aubree Slavik
21:14
Aubree, Prek-5 Arts Integration and SEL teacher, Maryland
Wanda Henry
21:18
Wanda Henry
Graf-Sidiropoulos Nancie
21:19
Nancie Sidiropoulos - Sped- VA
Edwin Yoo
21:23
Ed Yoo, Codman Academy, Dorchester, MA (Biology and AP Env Sci teacher)
kathy liu
21:24
Can I use the same class to record 2 videos?
Dana (@MsDanaOwens - Let's Go ROYALS!)
21:28
Dana Owens, School Counselor, Upstate of SC (resident KS girl - Go ROYALS!)
Carole Bonami
21:32
Good morning to all
Shirley Strong
21:34
Good Morning! Shirley Strong, Teacher Certification, Region 12, Waco Texas
Tanisha Boyd
21:35
Tanisha-Mobile, AL 8th grade ELA
Sharon Albers
21:38
Sharon Albers 6th Grade- Granite City, IL
Araceli Munoz
21:40
Araceli Munoz ELA Los Angeles kindergarten
Jose Madrigal
21:40
Jose Madrigal LAUSD Pacific Blvd
Mellanie Madrigal
21:41
Mellanie Madrigal, Math/Science 5th grade, Tampa, FL
Joy Brown
21:59
Joy L Brown 8th Math North Carolina
Gale Sookdeo
22:05
Gale Sookdeo, NY, UFTTC
Rebecca Redland-Sturzl
22:13
Good morning! Rebecca Redland-Sturzl, NBCT 11th ELA; Candidate Support Provider Austin ISD
Rebecca Lewis
22:15
Rebecca Lewis, SPED, VA
Paul Arroyo
22:19
Paul elementary music Albuquerque, NM
Anna Quinzio-Zafran
22:20
Hello to all of the Illinois candidates who are supported by the NBRC at ISU.
Wanda Henry
22:29
Wanda Henry Alabama Career Tech
Ashlyn Scruggs
22:30
Good morning!! Ashlyn Scruggs, 8th Grade Social Studies, NC
Shirin Chatoor
22:30
Shirin Chatoor, 4th grade, WA
Darlene Forde
22:35
Darlene Forde, Brooklyn NY, 6th and 12th Grade World History
Rebecca Gordon
22:42
Rebecca Gordon, 9th Grade English, NY
April Jones (she/her)
22:48
Academy resources here: https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Sandra Burton
22:53
Hello! Sandra Burton, EA Math, NC
Janet Haber
22:56
Janet HaberNBPTS (Staff)/Arlington, VA
Kathryn Long
23:08
Good morning from Los Angeles! Kathryn Long, 2nd grade
Breanna Engel
23:09
Breanna Engel, IECE Preschool, Northern Kentucky
Enjolie Bush
23:13
Enjolie Bush- HS Science- NC
Nan DAVIS
23:21
Nan Davis Mississippi
Paul Arroyo
23:30
woo! Andrea
Tori Blackwell
23:31
Yeah, North Carolina!!
Yulanda Woodley
23:37
Yulanda Woodley, Florida, ESOL Coordinator
Mary Lusk
23:44
Mary Lusk, ELA, Lincoln High School, Manitowoc, WI
April Jones (she/her)
23:44
Good morning! You'll find all Academy resources here: https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Melanie Crowe
23:54
Any VPA teachers?
Magdalena Hodges
24:03
Magda Hodges, SPED, Hattiesburg MS
Guadalupe Casillas
24:05
Guadalupe Casillas, CA, 4th grade
Sydney Barton
24:24
Sydney Barton, 4th, KY
Lynn Carter
24:36
You look so fancy this AM, Lisa!!:))
Cristina Hudgins-Davis
24:46
no pole popped up for me
Ronette Lusby-Brown
24:54
Ronette Lusby, Park Forest, IL HS SPED
Kanasha Carmickle
25:03
I have recorded, but not analyzed.
Aubrey Singer
25:08
Aubrey Singer, SPED 4-8 AZ
Jade Deberry
25:18
Jade, 7th grade math, NC
Miranda Smith
25:25
Miranda Smith, 6th Grade Math, North Carolina.
MARISOL MALLARI
25:27
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Dave Cook
25:27
Dave Cook - MS Tech Ed - Apex, NC
Sherry Logan
25:28
Can we get the link to the slide deck?
Essie White
25:36
Essie White, 10th, Los Angeles Spec Ed.
Kanasha Carmickle
25:39
Kanasha Carmickle, MC Gen, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Aubrey Singer
25:39
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Elizabeth Benson
25:39
Elizabeth Benson, Tennessee, ELA EMC :)
Bianca Taylor
25:40
Bianca, Berwyn IL, Sped/EC Teacher
Becky Jones
25:42
Becky, Washington state, generalist, 5th grade
Cristina Hudgins-Davis
25:43
I have never had the opportunity to record myself, but i have been shown recordings a few times
Kathryn Long
25:44
I have not recorded since my student teaching and first year teaching days—18 years ago!
Gabriela Babcock
25:46
Gabriela Babcock, NY, HS Math
Richard Klein
25:51
all slides and a replay will be made available on the Academy web site and emailed to you next week
Leslie Blunt
25:54
Leslie Blunt, Intensive Reading, grades 6-8, 23 years experience, Dunnellon Florida
Kathy Knight
25:59
Kathy Knight, Hope High, Arkansas, Civics, Econ, Robotics, 504 campus coordinator
Rosana Cumberland
26:04
Rosana Cumberland, Tucson, AZ, High School Social Studies and Educational Technology Coach for District Teachers.
Carole Bonami
26:04
5 or 6 times
Lisa Loyd
26:08
Lisa Loyd, Alabama, Thompson High School, AP Spanish
Michelle hird
26:37
Good morning. Michelle Hird 6th grade SPED ICT classroom.
Edith Ruiz
27:12
Edith Ruiz, California, 10th grade math (integrated math 2)
Farry Alexander
27:12
Farry Alexander, Los Angeles, CA 4th grade
Tami Fitzgerald, NBCT
27:18
If your chat is set to ‘all panelists’ change it to ‘all panelists and attendees’
Kimberly Jones
27:20
Kim Jones, AR, HS Math
Tamy Fitzpatrick
27:23
Rose Anne Fitzpatrick NC Middle school SPED...I am Tamy Fitzpatrick, EC in Mt. Airy, NC :)
Derek Hafner
27:49
Derek Hafner, English teacher @ FDR High School, Brooklyn, NY
April Jones (she/her)
27:56
Five Core Propositions http://accomplishedteacher.org/
Lisa Martinez
27:57
Lisa Martinez - California - 2nd grade
Deneitra MCELRATH
28:11
Deneitra McElrath, SC, 8th grade
Stacey Gardner
28:21
Stacey Gardner, 6th grade math, Greenville, NC
Jennifer Cortez
28:28
Jenny Cortez- NC- Elementary
Patrick Fischer
28:45
Pat Fischer, High School Mathematics Teacher, Geneva High School, Geneva, IL
Precious Thurman
28:55
Precious Thurman, MS, HS English
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
29:04
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne | Oakland, California | Middle School |
April Jones (she/her)
29:05
You'll find the Five Core Propositions and the What Book here: http://accomplishedteacher.org/
quenia caignet
29:08
What's the difference between component 2 and 3 ?
April Jones (she/her)
29:42
We'd love to answer your questions today. Be sure to drop them in the Q&A so we don't miss them!
Carisa Alvarado
30:16
Carisa Alvarado, IL, Early Childhood
Michelle Gonzales
30:25
Michelle Gonzales, Sped Secondary Math, New Mexico
Jessica Collins
31:06
Jessica Collins, Special Education Middle Grades, NYC
April Jones (she/her)
31:36
ICYMI http://accomplishedteacher.org/
Karen BARNES
32:11
Karen Barnes, Region 10 ESC
April Jones (she/her)
32:14
Architecture of Accomplished Teaching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nTrbuDhkYQ&feature=youtu.be
April Jones (she/her)
32:38
Architecture of Accomplished Teaching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nTrbuDhkYQ&feature=youtu.be
Karen BARNES
33:01
Thanks, April.
April Jones (she/her)
33:26
You're welcome!
Stephanie Poafpybitty
34:45
Stephanie Poafpybitty, Special Education 6-12 mod/severe autism
April Jones (she/her)
35:20
Planning Considerations for Component 3: https://bit.ly/PlanningC3
Jordan Hall
35:21
Jordan Hall, Special Education
Amy DeAngelo
35:55
April, thank you so much for sending us these links!!!
April Jones (she/her)
36:08
Be sure to add your questions in the Q&A so we don't miss them!
Lisa Clarke
36:12
As we switch from Andrea and Linda - I'd like to jump in to discuss the COVID piece again
April Jones (she/her)
36:24
@Amy You're welcome!
Melissa Brookman
37:46
Melissa, HS Physical Education, Long Beach CA
April Jones (she/her)
38:01
ICYMI: Planning Considerations for Component 3 https://bit.ly/PlanningC3
Jennifer Talbott
38:02
Unfortunately, we won’t be able to set our classrooms up in the best way possible.
AnneMarie Aydelott
38:10
AnneMarie Aydelott, Carson City, NV, SpEd
Lizabeth Pérez
38:22
Liz Perez, Elementary Music Easton, PA
Natalie Episcopo
38:46
10-15 each video or total?
Anna Quinzio-Zafran
39:00
Planning Link: https://bit.ly/PlanningC3
Angelique Diaz
39:11
@natalie, each video
Sarah West
39:18
Concerned about limitations of learning environment. I guess we would address this and how we worked with it to maximize student learning during this difficult time? Thourhgts?
Sarah West
39:24
*thoughts?
Angela Fritzgerald
39:47
Angela Fritzgerald, High School Mathematics, Ridgeland, MS
Dave Cook
40:35
@ Sarah: I talked to a friend who is NB, and she said to remember that we are lucky to be doing it now. One of the main focuses of the certification is how we adapt and overcome to changes for the benefit of our students.
Jessica Collins
41:11
@ Dave Cook. Thanks for sharing.
Richard Klein
41:14
Please use "type answer" -- not "answer live"
Lisa Clarke
41:15
Dave - that is an interesting take
sydney
41:51
thank you for the links; so helpful!!
Lisa Clarke
41:53
Dave - that is an interesting take
Natalie Episcopo
42:20
What is the suggested length of each of the 4 reflective papers?
Natalia Martinez
42:29
@ Dave, thanks for that reminder!
April Jones (she/her)
42:35
You'll receive an email early August with recordings and can find Academy resources here: https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Tanisha Boyd
42:38
Definitely thinking about this. Webex allows for group rooms for student discussion and recording of classes
AMY DEMOUY
42:48
@Natalie, look at the instructions for each component.
Edwin Yoo
43:09
This is a weirdly amazing opportunity to document virtual lessons nationwide and build best practices this upcoming year
Sarah West
43:17
I love not being forced into a box. Phew.
April Jones (she/her)
43:21
Quick reminder that our panelists are ready to answer your questions! Add your questions to the Q&A so we don't lose them in the chat.
Barbara Edwards
43:22
@Jennifer. @ Sarah. You can do this! You will have a rich C3 discussion of how you set up your classroom, or set up your online learning environment to maximize the strengths of these particular students in front of you in the current situation your area is in. NBPTS website has webinar resources on video taping virtually. Your accomplished teaching will shine as you discuss your strategies.
Edwin Yoo
43:30
I’m trying to positively given all the challenges
Meagan Leas
43:35
FLipGrid videos are great
Roberta Spray
43:37
Peardeck!
Rebecca Gordon
43:38
Blog discussions
Shelby Mease
43:38
Whole Brain Teaching
Lisa Martinez
43:39
Kahoot
Susan O'Brien
43:41
Kahoot
Lisa Loyd
43:41
Google Meets 1 time a week
Amy DeAngelo
43:42
Jamboard, breakout rooms, Flipgrid, Peardeck!
Enjolie Bush
43:42
padlet
Heidi Diamond
43:43
I have used Kahoot
LAUREN KIMLINGER
43:44
Celebrations of finished work on Monday mornings
christine sargologos
43:46
flipGrid
Bridget Bambling
43:46
invited a guest speaker
Kimberly Hunter
43:46
PearDeck
MARISOL MALLARI
43:46
Kahoot!
Sheila Foster
43:47
Kahoot
Tatum Boothe
43:47
nearpod
Mehwish Khan
43:48
Discussions during meet times
Meghan Stalebrink
43:48
White board, Chat rooms, Polling
Robin Ward
43:48
Google classrom
Jessica King
43:49
Peardeck and kahoot, google classroom
Kimberly Peck
43:50
ClassFlow
Melanie Crowe
43:50
Padlet works great for student engagement
Alison Frost
43:51
nGPF
Cindy Davis
43:52
Kahoot
Jordan Hall
43:52
Google meet and google classroom
Amy Johnson
43:52
nearpod
Lisa Clarke
43:52
Gale - we are glad you are here. Sorry you are not feeling this morning
Kimberly Peck
43:53
Kahoot
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
43:53
Flipgrid
Mary Kaplan
43:54
Google Classroom
tuengelk
43:54
One on one meetings- students reading to me.
Helen Gray
43:54
Seesaw
Heidi Weinmann
43:54
this or that discussions
karina guillen
43:54
nearpod
Enjolie Bush
43:55
group breakout
Chimere McLean
43:55
Using the polls in zoom as a quick way to pre and post assess
MARYBETH MORRISSEY
43:55
Flipgrid allowed students to engage with each other using video-allowed us to see each other!
Shunta Daniels
43:56
Nearpod
Kristy Ausdemore
43:57
Pear deck
Miranda Smith
43:57
Using flip grid to answer questions.
Martine Henderson
43:58
I’ve had students create a skit and perform it to demonstrate their learning. Case studies and debates have worked well
Enjolie Bush
43:58
interactive notebooks
Aubrey Singer
43:59
google classroom survey
Mary Kaplan
44:00
Kahoot!
Rachel Pedler
44:02
Zoom breakout rooms for think-pair-share
Kevin Hoag
44:03
inquiry
JoAnn Reyes
44:03
Kahoot!
Clint Martinez
44:04
Kahoot! Bog discussions.
Chimere McLean
44:04
Breakout Rooms are awesome
Karen Ruffin
44:04
Kahoot
Heather O'Marrah
44:04
neapod is a fun way to have interactive lessons that can either be bought or created
Christina Bonifasi-Hughes
44:04
kahoot
Julia Crowley
44:05
Padlet/Flipgrid
Rosana Cumberland
44:05
Kahoot
quenia caignet
44:07
zoom
Demetria Brown
44:07
live child development family feud game I created
Molly Walsh
44:07
Graphic organizers that go along with online lectures/ games to review
T. Parks
44:07
Zoom
Mellanie Madrigal
44:08
Using nearpod or flipgrid
Craig Canterbury
44:08
Hard to do online/virtual with welding & construction! I’m open to suggestions!
Amy DeAngelo
44:10
Small group meetings with just me to have less-daunting discussions
Essie White
44:10
Schoology Discussion
Kelly King
44:10
I have students upload YouTube/TikTok videos about themselves or an assignment for Theatre
Michael Adkins
44:11
Using hand raises on Zoom to run a Community Circles to ensure everyone has the chance to speak
Molly Bell
44:11
zoom
Ashlyn Scruggs
44:11
Interactive Google Slides
Keasha Rice
44:12
flipgrid, whiteboardfi
Mary Kaplan
44:13
BrainPOP.com
Julia Crowley
44:13
Peardeck
Elise Olsen
44:14
Flipgrid to have the students make videos
Yolanda Harman
44:15
Google Classroom, Chat, Hangouts
Sarah West
44:15
Our district used Canvas so we set up courses and then we utilized conferences to address individual needs.
Angela Werhner
44:16
google meet
AnneMarie Aydelott
44:16
Google Classroom Survey
Nadine Olma
44:16
Google Forms for assessment and Google Meet for live lessons
Erin Trimble
44:16
flipgrid for reading responses
Becky Jones
44:16
Flipgrid and Kahoot
Cherrie Anne Maner
44:17
modeling and case studies
Stacey Gardner
44:17
flip grid and discussion board
Kristynne Cranford
44:17
I've used digital escape rooms.
Rebecca Lewis
44:17
Canvas
Lena Mackley
44:17
Bitmoji Virtual Classroom with hyperlinked sites that students can work either independently or in groups
Canessa Parker
44:18
Class Dojo
Casey Chandler
44:18
Google Classroom, Quizlet Live, FlipGrid
Tori Blackwell
44:18
Time just for socialization!! Nearpod is very interactive!!
Brian Glover
44:19
Quaver Music Program Music Technology and recorders in music and Orff instruments in teaching music theory
Cassi Park
44:20
Google Classroom - videotaped lessons
Chimere McLean
44:20
kahoot
Carolyn Stevens
44:23
Google Meet!
Angel Williams
44:23
Zoom, google classroom
Dawn
44:24
using Seesaw and Google Classroom
Lisa Loyd
44:24
flipgrid
AMY DEMOUY
44:24
providing games and jokes, also using breakout rooms for individualized instruction
Christine Smith
44:26
I didn't do this in the spring, but have plans to have students create and submit videos via seesaw
Theresa Oriabure
44:26
Jamboard, Pear Deck, Google classroom
Kathy Bordone
44:26
Google Meet
Terra Dover
44:27
Classdojo and adding assignments
Brian Ackley
44:27
Nearpod, Flipgrid, and Zoom breakout groups
Matilde Sarmiento
44:28
The use of flipgrid, padlet, Kahoot, and breakout rooms.
Nathan Schreiber
44:30
zoom
Angela Werhner
44:31
screencastify
Jason Fritz
44:31
Google forms
Erin Trimble
44:32
Small group meetings for more individualized attention
Monica Hall
44:33
Weekly video/photo challenges on Google Classroom
Antonia Orellana
44:33
I have used riddles and scavenger hunts.
Georgianna Wood
44:33
Seesaw
Karen Kebles
44:34
Google Meet
Suzanne Culbreth
44:35
PearDeck allows for engagement and interaction...
Jennifer Talbott
44:35
Kahoot
Ana Quezada
44:35
break out rooms, brain pop jr, read alouds
Kathleen Felt
44:35
Flipgrid for feedback and formative assessment
Andrew Woodbridge
44:35
CodeCombat
Kathleen Pratt
44:36
PearDeck, EdPuzzle, Flipgrid,
Erica Kinney
44:36
Survey (like Google Form) check-ins! And inviting observations or commentaries on social media
Freida Zavurov
44:39
Google classroom, castle learning, quizlet, quizzizz, google forms, discussion board, sutori
Tammy Gillmore
44:40
Google Classroom, Flipgrid
Tamy Fitzpatrick
44:41
1:1 reading text using shared screen and highlighting, whiteboard
Edith Ruiz
44:42
use key questions when students view videos and have them answer them on interactive google document
Canessa Parker
44:42
Zoom
Jose Espinoza
44:43
seesaw
christine sargologos
44:43
seesaw
Shelley Cooper
44:44
Zoom and sharing my screen
Julia Crowley
44:44
Video analysis for physics labs
Kim Collins
44:45
Flipgrid, small group, google meet
Jason Spinetti
44:45
my comrade that introduced me to this website called JeopardyLabs, where you can basically make a jeopardy with your own answers. it’s pretty easy to understand and it does get students to engage with us and each other
Karen Bradford
44:45
From Karen Bradford I have used Class Dojo.
Melissa DeWitt
44:45
Survey Monkey
Olivia Smith
44:46
Bitmoji in interactive slides, zoom games, videos of myself teaching
Sarah West
44:46
We also used Zoom once we were allowed to do so by the district
Graf-Sidiropoulos Nancie
44:46
flupgrid, edPuzzle
Erin Trimble
44:46
edpuzzle
Chimere McLean
44:47
Zoom Polls
Freida Zavurov
44:48
edpuzzle
Patricia Albornoz
44:49
phone calls to families, Google Classroom, email
Jill Reed
44:50
Flipgrid
Melissa Brookman
44:51
Flipgrid, Kahoots, Quizzz, Padlet, Goose Chase
Dave Cook
44:51
I have continued to use group work (virtual groups). The kids craze peer interaction, and I have received better work from small group assignments (or partners) than any individual activities.
Steven Roberts
44:51
Various online games, resources, projects,...along with every other day school attendance.
Dawn
44:52
Google Meet to record lessons for students who were not able to meet at the specific times and days
Nanette Wise
44:53
A simple idea, but during live digital class time, calling on specific students by name rather than having an open discussion and waiting for students to answer.
Jennifer Talbott
44:53
Google Classroom
Kelley Edmonds
44:53
breakout on zoom, seminars,
Beth Deir
44:54
Flipgrid, Peardeck
Dana (@MsDanaOwens - Let's Go ROYALS!)
44:54
Google Meet
Olabimpe Abayomi-Ige
44:54
I usually send messages to remind students to join class. Sometimes individual google meet sessions
Judy Jennings
44:55
Delivered hands on materials for a science experiment, then conducted the experiment together with families online.
Amanda Brewington
44:56
Students were required to respond assignment via short video
Tori Blackwell
44:57
Show & Tell!!
Darelynn Fung
45:00
Surveys to students and parents to get a better understanding of what is happening on their end of distance learning. Parent information meetings.
Yulanda Woodley
45:00
Zoom, ClassDojo
Angela Parker
45:00
Talking and reading with students over the phone
Breanna Engel
45:01
It has been more difficult with preschool age students as they need adult support to be able to access remote learning. I am hoping that we will have a better virtual option for the upcoming classroom using google meets and other options
Kathleen White
45:01
Jamboards to practice letter and number formation
Tammie Race
45:01
Educreation videos
Misty Morgan
45:02
Starting out Zoom sessions with Quizizz on that day’s topic while students are getting into the meeting and getting minds focused
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
45:03
hangouts zoom
Danxi Lin
45:03
Google classroom, screencastify, zoom
Lena Mackley
45:03
Bitmoji Virtual Classroom, Google Classroom, Kahoot, Video Analysis, Text Analysis
Edwin Yoo
45:04
Hyperdocs, google classroom, and discussions
Jason Fritz
45:06
humor
Suzie Melton
45:08
Microsoft Teams and Canvas. Videos for instructions as well as slides to self pace their learning.
Melissa DeWitt
45:08
Icebreakers like Would you Rather on Google Meet
Jeanie Peterson
45:08
Zoom break out rooms and I bounce around to listen in and question
Rose Pierre
45:11
Padlet,Flipgrid, quiz is, google classroom, virtual classrooms, Hyperdocs
AnneMarie Aydelott
45:12
SpEd LD study hall - students encouraged to help one another with questions rather than rely upon teacher in zoom environment
Karen Kanwhen
45:13
students use their own little whiteboards to respond to questions and then hold up to screen
sydney
45:14
I’m always successful in think-pair/share and jigsaw ; essential questions journaling and give one- take one !
Beth Anderson
45:15
A googlemeet site
Maria Hull
45:15
Had students present their at home completed projects during our Google Classroom meetings, so each student had a turn to speak, present, and listen to each other.
Michelle Pollard
45:17
I used zoom meeting and gave detailed instructions on how to attend the zoom meets. After trial and error it became very successful.
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
45:18
google classroom
Marianne Philipp
45:18
Improv exercises adapted for online
Annika White
45:20
Peardeck and ActivInspire
Dawn
45:22
I also used to ClassTag for communication purposes
keren diallo
45:23
I teach foreign language so I have students to prepare /study in advance and when we met it’s first about answering questions/clarifying and then all application—flipped learning.
Joline Pettit
45:23
A lot of my students were not engaged due to not having "grades" (they are grade motivated a lot). However, we used Flipgrid and Padlet quite often as well as discussions on Google Classroom as much as possible
Emily Hudson
45:24
Breakout groups in Zoom, Soundtrap, Kahoot!, designing lessons that require students to do scavanger hunts at home…leaning into this unique situation as much as possible!
Breanna Engel
45:25
I did use google forms to create surveys to help parents report student progress
Beth Anderson
45:26
A googlemeet site
Beth Deir
45:27
Nearpod, Live meetings with themes
Tami Fitzgerald, NBCT
45:27
https://bit.ly/3hIroyC
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
45:27
breakout
Rosana Cumberland
45:31
I posted the free Cirque du Soleil videos for them at the end of the week. IF they wrote down what they through about the performances and what it was like watching with their families then I gave them a little extra credit participation.
Sara Pleasant
45:31
Interactive book clubs on Google Classroom
Quinn Neidig
45:31
Requiring student engagement through Flipgrid and Discussion Boards, requiring student reflection through Google Forms (also helps with data collection)
Jane Blackwood
45:32
Zoom
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
45:43
live mtgs
Beth Anderson
45:45
Ahhh! I meant Google Website for your class
Judy Jennings
45:46
In Google Classroom, we can record the vidoe conference.
Shunta Daniels
45:47
Zoom recording feature
Rosana Cumberland
45:47
I did lots of ice breakers
Jessica King
45:49
Bridget B - I love the idea of a having a guest speaker or mystery speaker! My students would LOVE that
Gabriela Babcock
45:53
zoom, jamboard, nearpod
Jessica Collins
45:53
ZOOM Breakout rooms
Angela Fritzgerald
45:54
Breakout Rooms in Microsoft Teams.
Paulette Byas
45:57
gallery walks in pairs
sydney
46:02
I will try to record my webex sessions this fall :))
Martine Henderson
46:08
I regularly record all my classes for students who have had difficulties getting on because of technology failures
Misty Morgan
46:14
Can anyone give me some more information on Breakout Sessions in Zoom?
Silvia Zaragoza
46:15
Synchronous and asynchronous interaction with students, videos-to read aloud, different websites- nearpod, quizizz,
Lena Mackley
46:16
Bitmoji Virtual Classroom with hyperlinked sites attached
Dave Cook
46:20
@krystynne: Can you share a link to an escape room (or unit overview) please. This seems very interesting.
Sara Pleasant
46:22
Tic-tac-toe choice boards
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
46:24
group presentations
Mary Lusk
46:24
I offered incentives. If we did Kahoots, I mailed out $5 gift cards for the winners. I also made "swag bags" with candy and supsfrom our school.
Rosana Cumberland
46:25
I set up time for us to just chat about our favorite games, favorite movies, favorite snacks, etc.
Kim Collins
46:32
Jamboard
AMY DEMOUY
46:34
@Paulette, how do paired gallery walks work?
Trinity Brenda Benedicto
46:34
Breakout Rooms, interactions, chat times
Suzanne Culbreth
46:39
Use screencastify to record Breakout Rooms
Beth Deir
46:41
Lots of student choice regarding artifacts and products that demonstrate learning outcomes
Jessica Collins
46:41
screen cast
Sarah West
46:42
personal phone calls and facetime when necessary, getEpic, Stemscopes, Discovery Education
Franca Drake
46:47
I taught math lessons using a warm up of review skills, new content, math mysteries. Students really were able to share their learning in all three parts.
Rose Pierre
46:56
Movie nights with the students was a great incentive
Mary Lusk
46:56
I also gave options for assessments.
Andrew Woodbridge
46:57
Basecamp
Marianne Philipp
47:01
Compiled a google doc of free online resources for students to access from library website - like virtual field trips, live-streamed plays, etc.
Patricia Woods
47:07
We will be using CANVAS this school term. Many of my students did not have technology before, I was writing letters to students It will be better with district providing technology for fall.
keren diallo
47:10
choice boards, question of the day, edmodo, student-lead discussions, flipgrid
Sandra Byrd
47:11
Teaming students; Edupuzzle, screenomatic, flipgrid, Google Classroom discussion panels
Judy Jennings
47:13
Used ReadTopia, which is a literacy curriculum for students on extended content standards and is embedded with socially engaging lessons and multiple means of representation and expression.
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
47:27
Schoology
Lisa Clarke
47:42
Those looking for the slides - https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Franca Drake
47:59
I also had a whole group check in where we shared what was new or something that they had created at home.
Rhea Ledda
48:02
Kami, choral reading, Zoom breakout rooms, Flipgrid, surveys, discussion boards, graphic organizers, virtual lunch & learn (builds classroom community while encouraging deeper content understanding).
Cindy Davis
48:11
Students love competition. They would learn the content without even realizing it while playing against their classmates. At the end they could see where they are on the leaderboard. Some would work harder to learn the material for the next competition if they wanted to be in the leader board. Could give awards for winners.
Samantha Bustos
49:10
Ms. Colleen please mtue
Lisa Clarke
49:35
If you are looking for resources on teaching and learning in this moment - we have a webinar series that have some great tools for teaching virtually and information about different platforms - https://www.nbpts.org/covid-19/core-connections/
Edwin Yoo
50:21
Hello, can panelists who are not speaking please mute themselves? there is an echo/feedback.
Jeanie Peterson
50:26
Can the panelists mute? I still hear echo..
Samantha Bustos
50:28
That should be doable. Unless my school doesn't allow us to have video (which they did for summer school).
Lisa Clarke
51:02
Slides are here - https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Karen Kanwhen
51:02
jeopardy game
Kristynne Cranford
51:24
@Dave I purchased a set of digital escape rooms on Teacherspayteachers. Here is the link https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Distance-Learning-Digital-Escape-Room-4th-Grade-Bundle-Set-2-5480153
AnneMarie Aydelott
51:32
I would discourage an emphasis on competition and leader boards. For students with low processing speeds and clocks, time based competitions that are typically used in virtual environments are incredibly frustrating and foster anxiety.
Darlene Forde
51:35
@Karen. I love incorporating Jeopardy. If in person I require movement.
Rachael Howell
51:54
I do jeopardy in small groups for my lower level maths. Individually they get really stressed, but they feel better when they can work with a partner or two.
Annika White
52:02
what is the procedure for recording students' faces via remote learning?
Rebecca Redland-Sturzl
52:16
@Samantha, you may have to explain to your principal/supervisor that you are working on a NB component. Ask for special permission. Remember that you will have student waivers also.
Sarah West
52:22
I forgot, I did the digital escape rooms as well. Some kids had trouble because of technology limitations, but some enjoyed them. We also tried virtual field trips and discussion boards on Canvas
Dave Cook
52:40
@Kristynne: Thanks.
Dave Cook
53:13
@Sarah: Thanks
Samantha Bustos
53:37
what virtual field trips are there for math? I'd love to get some ideas!
Richard Rosivach
53:39
Recording on-line instruction will make hearing the students much easier.
Kristynne Cranford
55:53
@Sarah To some some of the connection issues, we did the digital escape rooms in our teams meetings and I input the students responses (even when I knew they weren't correct). My 4th graders really loved them and I plan on using those in my classroom when we are back in person, as well.
April Jones (she/her)
56:00
@Eddie Add that question to the Q&A. Our panelists are ready to help!
Priscilla Del Aguila
57:08
Can you put the link here?
April Jones (she/her)
57:14
Check out ATLAS for candidates: https://www.nbpts.org/atlas/
Edwin Yoo
58:01
Hm, “zoom breakout rooms” ...not sure if those spaces are recorded on video/audio.
Edwin Yoo
58:35
(possibly recorded for spaces that the host/teacher are in as they move around breakout spaces)
April Jones (she/her)
58:40
@Edwin There's some great resources online to help with that! There's ways you can set it up to record.
April Jones (she/her)
58:42
Instructional Planning https://bit.ly/C3Connections
Lisa Clarke
58:46
https://bit.ly/C3Connections
Edwin Yoo
59:00
@April: Thank you
Darlene Forde
59:25
@Edwin I know a teacher who signs in on an additional tablet/phone in her Zoom sessions, so she can record or navigate into breakrooms, record, etc while also being a host more efficiently.
April Jones (she/her)
59:42
You'll also find all of the links and resources from today in the Academy Resourceshttps://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Natalia Martinez
01:00:08
@ Darlene, does she make herself a co host?
Samantha Bustos
01:00:23
@Rachel thanks. I will keep in contact with my admin about the program
April Jones (she/her)
01:00:38
Find more information on COVID allowances and accommodations for candidates here: https://www.nbpts.org/covid-19/
Darlene Forde
01:01:31
@Natalia I am not fully certain. I think Zoom may know if you log in on multiple devices that you are the same person and allow co-hosting.
Machelle Rasmussen
01:01:35
I like this website to help build quality content objectives: https://learning-objectives.easygenerator.com/
Erica Kinney
01:02:11
@Machelle - thanks for sharing! That looks cool
Valerie Murphy
01:02:28
can you go back?
April Jones (she/her)
01:03:00
@Valerie You can access the slides here https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Melissa DeWitt
01:03:08
L
Melissa DeWitt
01:03:11
Whi
Lisa Clarke
01:03:13
You can find the slides for today here - https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
01:03:56
@Lisa thanks
April Jones (she/her)
01:04:59
Written Commentary https://bit.ly/C3Analysis
April Jones (she/her)
01:06:27
Evidence Submission https://bit.ly/C3Graphic
Misty Morgan
01:06:36
I don’t know that I will be able to explain and discuss everything in 4 pages.
April Jones (she/her)
01:07:24
You can find the General Portfolio Instructions mentioned in the Candidate Center or the National Board website https://www.nbpts.org/national-board-certification/candidate-center/first-time-and-returning-candidate-resources/
Samantha Bustos
01:07:24
Thank you to Ms. Jones for posting those links in here so we don't have to type them out ourselves.
Natalia Martinez
01:07:51
Agreed, thank you April Jones for the links!
KRISTEN DIEHL
01:07:52
is there a survey for this class?
Lisa Clarke
01:08:37
Survey for this session - https://bit.ly/candidateorientation
April Jones (she/her)
01:08:49
Of course! You're welcome! You'll also have access to the PPT and resources on the Academy website after this session https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Erin LaPlante
01:09:23
did anyone get that last bit.ly for “packaging”?
Kristynne Cranford
01:10:00
bit.ly/C3graphic
Erin LaPlante
01:10:06
Thanks!!
Lisa Clarke
01:10:14
https://bit.ly/C3Graphic
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
01:10:35
will these links be made available after webinar
April Jones (she/her)
01:11:30
You can access all resources on the Academy website https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
April Jones (she/her)
01:12:09
Find more information on COVID allowances and accommodations for candidates here: https://www.nbpts.org/covid-19/
April Jones (she/her)
01:12:28
Clarification on Portfolio Submission Requirements During COVIDhttps://www.nbpts.org/Clarification-on-Portfolio-Submission-Requirements-and-Forms
Donna Riley
01:12:48
We are only doing recordings. Is it okay just to submit without a classroom?
Dave Cook
01:14:01
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April Jones (she/her)
01:14:02
We're hosting a webinar on recording virtual lessons 8/14 at 2pm EST. Register here: https://nbpts.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cJbsXIZHTnq-Hh1io-6mZQ
Quinn Neidig
01:14:49
Andrea and Linda, thank you - your thoughts were so helpful!
Rhea Ledda
01:14:53
Thank you, Linda. Appreciate the tips.
Erin LaPlante
01:15:14
Thank you, to all, for your words of wisdom for this morning!!
Heidi Diamond
01:15:20
Thank you for the tips:)
Melissa Brookman
01:15:21
Thank you
April Jones (she/her)
01:15:22
Introduction to National Board Certification: You can self-enroll in this course https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/D7NJA8
Lynn Carter
01:15:25
Excellent presentation today!! So useful!! Thank you to both presenters.
Jennifer Talbott
01:15:31
Thank you!
April Jones (she/her)
01:15:39
Preparing for National Board Certification for Candidates: You can self-enroll in this course https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/63AC73
Priya Melwani
01:15:43
very good tips
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
01:15:43
thank you
MARISOL MALLARI
01:15:43
Thanks to all all for the tips !
Cherrie Anne Maner
01:15:45
thank you!
Kelly King
01:15:49
Thank you!!!!
Marlene Excellent
01:15:49
Thank you
Kathleen Felt
01:15:56
Thank you!
Marie
01:15:59
Thank you!
Yolanda Harman
01:15:59
Thanks, everyone!
Monica Jones
01:16:00
Thank you!
Beth Lane
01:16:01
Thank you all, this has been so helpful.
Karen BARNES
01:16:02
Thank you!
sydney
01:16:02
thank you! Very helpful!
Dannya Spradley
01:16:05
Thank you
Helen Gray
01:16:09
Thank you!
Maria Hull
01:16:15
Thank you, this has been very helpful!
April Jones (she/her)
01:16:16
Introduction to National Board Certification: You can self-enroll in this course: https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/D7NJA8
April Jones (she/her)
01:16:18
Preparing for National Board Certification for Candidates: You can self-enroll in this course: https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/63AC73
Lisa Loyd
01:16:25
Thank you for all this helpful information!
Elise Olsen
01:16:30
Thank you so much! This was so helpful and helped lessen some of the anxiety!
Kristynne Cranford
01:16:31
Thank you for all the wonderful resources!
Emily Hudson
01:16:35
Thank you very much for all of these resources!
Twannita Gilmore
01:16:37
Thanks you all. This was very informative! Be well!
April Jones (she/her)
01:16:46
Summary for recording virtual lessons https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wVYdOXPYNhlvtPfzEB5LfSWRzGJ25L30MqwyLytVKJc/edit#
Ana Quezada
01:16:49
please go back to previous slide missed the resources
Priya Melwani
01:16:55
very informative Thanks
Rachael Howell
01:17:12
Thank you, this was very helpful
Elizabeth Benson
01:17:20
Thank you so much for your help and resources!
LeKeisha Hurst
01:17:22
Thank you!
April Jones (she/her)
01:17:23
ICYMI all session resources can be found here:https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Paula Lamina
01:17:31
This was excellent! Thank you!
Donna Riley
01:17:37
What if students are not present? We will never have sessions with students in active videos.
Richard Klein
01:17:50
Survey for this session - https://bit.ly/candidateorientation
Caryn Meirs
01:17:57
thank you so much for ALL the resources and the information this morning. This was an excellent hour - so, so much good information.
Michelle hird
01:18:00
These links will be so helpful, thank you!
April Jones (she/her)
01:18:10
Summary on recording virtual lessons https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wVYdOXPYNhlvtPfzEB5LfSWRzGJ25L30MqwyLytVKJc/edit#
Kanasha Carmickle
01:18:25
Just registered.
April Jones (she/her)
01:18:35
Register here for the webinar on 8/14 at 2pm EST https://nbpts.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cJbsXIZHTnq-Hh1io-6mZQ
Anna Quinzio-Zafran
01:18:52
Tomorrow morning.
Yolanda Beavers-Campbell
01:18:57
Thank you for information about recording
Yulonda Payne-Marbury
01:19:02
Thank you
April Jones (she/her)
01:19:06
Component 4 webinar is tomorrow at 10am ET
Sabrina Gates
01:19:09
Would the webinar on the 18th also be good for renewal candidates?
April Jones (she/her)
01:19:15
Register here for the webinar on 8/14 at 2pm EST https://nbpts.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cJbsXIZHTnq-Hh1io-6mZQ
Natalia Martinez
01:19:28
Will the August 14 be recorded? I'll already be teaching by then so can't make that session.
April Jones (she/her)
01:19:37
Please be sure to complete the survey from today! Let us know what's on your mind for COVID impact https://bit.ly/candidateorientation
Richard Klein
01:19:41
It will be recorded. Register and you'll get the replay
Quinn Neidig
01:19:45
I am very concerned about requiring synchronous video - my school does not require students attend live class sessions synchronously
April Jones (she/her)
01:19:59
Create an account here: https://nbcmsprod.perfrms.com/
Quinn Neidig
01:20:03
Well, did not require last year. We will see this year!
Richard Klein
01:20:13
Aug 14 reg. link - https://nbpts.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cJbsXIZHTnq-Hh1io-6mZQ
Dr. Angelina Gilyard-Shyne
01:20:32
plz put the last link in chat for creating account
April Jones (she/her)
01:20:32
Please be sure to complete the survey from today! Let us know what's on your mind for COVID impact https://bit.ly/candidateorientation
Nicole Golden
01:20:49
we can’t click on the slides
April Jones (she/her)
01:21:08
All session resources are available on the Academy website and you'll receive an email in early August with the links as well https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/academy-resources
Kanasha Carmickle
01:21:28
I'll see you tomorrow!
April Jones (she/her)
01:21:36
Please do take a few minutes to share your thoughts in the survey! https://bit.ly/candidateorientation
April Jones (she/her)
01:21:45
We're so glad you joined us today! Thank you for being here!
Melanie Crowe
01:21:49
Thank you - great information!
AMY DEMOUY
01:21:55
Thank you very much! :)
Brian Ackley
01:21:55
Thank you!
Lisa Loyd
01:21:55
Thank you!
Amanda Roach
01:21:56
Thank you!
Suzanne Gill
01:21:56
Thank you
Cassi Park
01:21:56
Thank you for such an informative webinar!
Alma Vela
01:21:56
Thank you!
Breanna Engel
01:21:58
Thank you !!
Amanda
01:22:01
Thank yoi!
Chris Garland
01:22:01
thank you!
Judy Jennings
01:22:01
Thank you for the information and links!
Amanda Brewington
01:22:02
Thank you
Camille Jones
01:22:03
Thank you all! Well done and much appreciated!
Monica Hall
01:22:04
very helpful! thank you!
Barbara Grant
01:22:05
Thank you all for your time! Great information and support!
Surangi Waraniyagodagamage
01:22:05
Thank you very mcu!
Sabrina Gates
01:22:06
Great morning start! Thanks NBPTS
Kanasha Carmickle
01:22:06
Awesome session!
Beth Deir
01:22:06
Wow, this has been wonderful!
Steve Bishop
01:22:06
Thank you so much!
Yulanda Woodley
01:22:07
Thank you!!!
Kimberly Peck
01:22:08
Thank you! This was great information.
Dave Cook
01:22:08
Stay safe everyone!!
Dawn
01:22:09
Thank you for all the information!!!!
Rachel Pedler
01:22:11
Wonderful! Thank you
Nicole Golden
01:22:13
THANK YOU
Shirley Strong
01:22:14
Thank you Lisa.
Gwendolyn Nixon
01:22:14
Certificates ? /????
Quinn Neidig
01:22:14
Thank you!
Karen Kanwhen
01:22:15
Thank you!
Mehwish Khan
01:22:16
Thank you April to all the links you made available here
Richard Klein
01:22:18
https://nbpts.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cJbsXIZHTnq-Hh1io-6mZQ
Sarah West
01:22:19
Thank you. Very helpful.
Sandra Burton
01:22:19
THANK YOU!!!
Magdalena Hodges
01:22:20
thank you!
Wanda Henry
01:22:21
Thank you- I will attend tomorrow
Tametha Reaves
01:22:22
Thank you for the information.
Essie White
01:22:24
Thank you everyone!
Shirley Strong
01:22:25
Thank you panelists
Kathy Hazel
01:22:25
This has been wonderful! Thanks!!
Pamela Rydzinski
01:22:29
Thank you!
Sandra Byrd
01:22:29
Thank you all for your time and dedication!
Angela Fritzgerald
01:22:30
Thank you!
Michael Adkins
01:22:31
Thanks, all!
Beth Corbit
01:22:31
Thank you so much