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National Board Academy CONNECT, REFLECT, and REIMAGINE: Framing Pivotal Moments in Education - Shared screen with speaker view
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
18:03
Welcome everyone! So grateful you are here!
Rama Devagupta
18:17
Will these recordings be available? I plan to take notes but just want to make sure. THank you.
Eva Lee
18:18
Hello
Victor Hamilton
18:23
Victor Hamilton
Esther Guerra
18:24
hello
Anthony Sanders
18:24
Thanks. I'm excited to be here.
Bridgette Wright
18:27
Hello
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
18:28
yes you will receive recordings!
Jayne Masden
18:28
Good Morning Everyone
Michael Steele
18:28
hello
Jennifer Bartoli
18:29
Good morning!
Elizabeth Aguilar
18:30
Hi and Thanks!
Shenise Houser-Tyson
18:31
Greetings!
SUZANNE KUJAWA
18:33
hello
Kim Wood
18:33
Hello everyone
Nancy Castro-Tippetts
18:33
Good morning!
mahealani yamashita
18:33
Aloha
Shelley Singer
18:34
Good morning!
Christopher Olson
18:34
Good morning!
Sandra Ames
18:34
Thanks
Margarita Rodriguez
18:34
Good morning!
Misty Roberson
18:35
Good Morning!
Susan Lopez
18:37
Hi.
Gloria Tabdi
18:39
Good morning
Maritza Vakas
18:41
Good morning
Dawn Raschke
18:42
Good Morning
Meagan Jackson
18:42
Good morning!
Shawn Vinson
18:44
Hello
Anna Quezada
18:44
hello happy for to be here
Angela Cappucci
18:44
Hello from Boston, MA.
Joseph German
18:45
Howdy from NM
Sarah Smith
18:52
Sarah Smith
Merida Diaz
18:53
Hello! I can't hear. I might have to log out and come back in
Christin Flynn
18:55
3rd grade in NC
Brandy Vickery
18:56
Brandy Vickery
Laura Willis
18:57
Good morning from MN!
Amanda Green
18:57
Hello everyone! I am a first grade teacher in Las Vegas.
James Sullivan
19:00
Hello,
Sharon Varghese
19:01
Sharon Varghese, Coordinator of Professional Learning, Fort Bend ISD!
Kelly Tyndal
19:01
Good morning, 3rd grade from Las Vegas!
David Navarette
19:01
David Navarette, Music, Nevada
Shaun Marusek
19:01
Hello—MS science, IL
Bridgette Wright
19:01
PreKNevada
Amanda Seagers
19:02
Amanda, NM, K-12
Erica Kinney
19:02
Hi everyone! I'm Erica Kinney, HS reading specialist in NC
Angela Smith
19:02
Good morning! Angela Smith, ELA high school in Las Vegas
Alison Dunn
19:03
Alison Dunn
Nathan Exline
19:03
Nate Exline, 3rd Grade from Sparks, NV
Cassandra Smith
19:04
Cassandra Smith - I teach 5th grade ELA in Illinois
Stephanie West
19:04
Hello from Columbia, SC - 7th grade ELA
Amber Mattatall
19:04
Hello! Amber Mattatall, Music K-5, Burke County, NC
Maritza Vakas
19:04
Martza, Spanish, Maryland
Heather Picciuti
19:04
Heather Picciuti, Librarian from Texas 🙂
Sandra Ovalles
19:04
Hello everyone! Sandra Ovalles, Spanish, High School, South Carolina.
Estibaliz Leal
19:04
Good morning, 1st grade from Los Angeles, Ca
Shawn Gillespie
19:05
Shawn, 8th grade, Orange County CA
Sarah Dehnbostel
19:05
Good Morning!
Dawn Person
19:06
Great Day!
Brandy Lane
19:06
Brandy Lane 7th Grade ELA in Goddard/Wichita Kansas
Michael Vazquez
19:06
Hi Michael Vazquez. PGCPS. Bowie HS. Special Education/English
Lauren Parnell
19:06
Lauren Parnell
Misha Freeman
19:07
Good morning! Misha Freeman, North MN,
Mary Pinkston
19:07
Mary Pinkston, Wilmington DE, 9-12 Mathematics
Hannah Zarzour
19:07
Hello! Hannah Zarzour from Hoover, AL. AP Seminar, AP Research, and English
Kathryn Trumble
19:07
Kathryn, 4th Grade, NC
Christopher Olson
19:07
Christopher OlsonComputer Science & Programming9 - 12Arkansas
Michael Rambat
19:07
Good Morning
Karlyn Brown
19:07
Karlyn Brown -5th Grade Science- Monroe, NC
Rachel O'Callaghan
19:07
Rachel O'Callaghan
Scheffie Lindquist
19:08
Good morning from Missouri City, Texas. I teach English 2 and AP Lang.
Laleh Ghotbi
19:08
Laleh Ghotbi, 4th grade teacher, SLC-UT
Jason Mroz
19:08
Hello! My name is Jason Mroz. I teach Social Studies at Golden Ring Middle School in Rosedale, MD
Kristi Odonnell
19:08
Kristi from Las Vegas 6th grade science
Annika White
19:08
Good Morning from Rolesville, NC.
Christy Kendrick
19:08
Hello! Christy Kendrick, High School bio/chem, Wake Co, NC
Claire Wernecke
19:09
Claire Wernecke, 2nd Grade Dual Immersion (Spanish/ English), California
Jaspreet Choudhary
19:09
Good Morning, I am teaching in Arlington VA -2nd grade
Katherine Rogge
19:09
Good morning, from Houston, Texas. I teach 4th grade ELASS
Amy Pezzoni
19:10
Amy Pezzoni - Computer Science - High School (9-12) - California
Keitha Burnett
19:10
Good Morning everyone
Moya Wang
19:10
Moya, Special Ed, K-5, Minnesota
Allison Pentti
19:10
Allison Pentti Health NBCT Champaign, IL
Nancy Henkes
19:10
Good morning, Nancy Henkes Hamilton Texas
Sarah Smith
19:11
Sarah Smith Math from NC 8th grade
Shelly Carman
19:11
Shelly Carman from Oak Harbor, WA. I teach 9th and 10th grade English.
Anne Cordova
19:11
Hello, Anne here from Las Vegas, NV. I teach 1st grade.
Margarita Rodriguez
19:11
Margarita Rodriguez, k, CA
Michelle Hostetler
19:11
Michelle | 4th Grade | Sunnyvale CA
Khadijah Miller
19:11
Hi, I am from
Misty Roberson
19:11
Misty Roberson - 6th grade Reading Texas
Wendy Mathre
19:11
Wendy from Las Vegas, teaching 2nd grade
Claudine Marcum
19:11
Claudine - Maryland, Biology 9-12
Rachel Llamas
19:11
Good morning! 4th grade in WA
Donna McDaniel
19:11
Donna McDaniel, Biology, 9th grade, Texas. :D
Sharon Farrell
19:11
Sharon upstate NY ELA AYA
Paige Smith
19:11
Paige Smith
F May Le Roy
19:11
Hello from Palm Springs, CA! MS/HS Choir
Shana Barnett
19:11
Good morning. Shana Barnett-CA-English and history.
Cassandra Foster
19:12
Cassie Foster, ex ed middle and high, Chattanooga, TN
Dina Hambly
19:12
Henderson, NV Library K-12
Mccormick, Morris
19:12
Morris Mccormick-5th Grade Los Angeles
Nancy Castro-Tippetts
19:12
3rd Grade teacher from Las Vegas
Erin Peach
19:12
Erin Peach -NBCT, 6th grade science fromFrankfort, KY
Moshe Molcho
19:12
Moshe Molcho HS MATH OC CA
Lynda Dalton
19:12
Lynda Dalton, Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools, Chapel Hill HS, joining you from Cary, NC
Leslie Chorzempa
19:12
Hi everyone! I'm Leslie I teach 6th grade math in Las Vegas.
Deisy Nicholson
19:13
Good morning: Deisy Nicholson. Spanish teacher at Thomasville High School, NC.
Michael Steele
19:13
Michael steele 4th grade las vegas
Anastasia Martin
19:13
Anastasia Martin, Media Specialist, Mobile, AL
Gennifer Jones
19:13
Good Morning! I’m Gennifer Jones from North Carolina. I teach English 9-12 high school.
Crystal Bere
19:13
Crystal B; Math Grade 7, West Virginia
Jillian Green
19:13
4th Tennessee
Jennifer Bartoli
19:13
Jenn Bartoli, I teach 3rd grade at Shirley Barber in Las Vegas.
Elizabeth Smith
19:13
Hello. I'm Beth from Wisconsin. I teach a K/1 Loop.
Noreen Price
19:13
Noreen Price- Atlanta Ga. Quick Question
Kristina Mazaika
19:14
Director of Growth and Development in Northern California
Lauren Geller
19:14
Good Morning! My name is Lauren Geller and I teach 2nd grade in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Monica Hall
19:14
Monica Hall 8th grade US History & Lit Strats
Heather Chiminello
19:14
Good morning, 1st grade in Pa
Andrea Van Eaton
19:14
Hello from Las Vegas, NV. I teach Elementary Music in the public setting.
SUZANNE KUJAWA
19:14
Katy ISD in Yexas
Suzanne Martinez
19:14
Good mo9rning
Sharon Dudley
19:15
Good morning! I teach K in Howard County, MD.
Linda Holkup
19:15
Linda Holkup from Sugar Land Texas
Erin Powers
19:15
Good morning! Erin from the UCLA National Board Project.
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
19:15
Hello from Sunny Phoenix, AZ!!
Sonya Shockey
19:15
Good morning! High school social studies teacher from West Virginia!
Marie Germaine
19:15
Marie Germaine, 5th grade, Los Angeles
Lori Slonaker
19:16
Good Morning! Early Childhood Teacher from Las Vegas
Elizabeth Aguilar
19:16
Elizabeth Aguilar - 1st Grade Vietnamese Bilingual - Pflugerville, TX
Chandler Brown
19:16
Chandler, ELA 10 from Novi Michigan
Jayne Masden
19:16
Third grade teacher - Las Vegas, NV
Lisa Smith
19:16
Hello from Las Vegas, NV!!!
Sara O'Mara
19:16
Sara, data strategist, Las Vegas
Meagan Jackson
19:16
Good morning! I’m a music teacher in Vegas
Amanda Shropshire
19:16
Hello! I'm a high school English teacher in Independence, Missouri.
Shannen O'Brien
19:16
Shannen Discavage (nee O'Brien)Spanish 7 - 8Utica, NY
Tedra Matthews
19:17
Greetings from San Francisco. NBCT
Sandra Ames
19:17
Sandi LIbrary Olathe Ks
Ashley Sexton-Radney
19:17
Hello - High School Chemistry Maryland
Michelle Van Patten
19:17
Hello! Michelle Van Patten Baltimore MD
Cheryl Jindeel
19:17
Cheryl Jindeel, Social studies, 9-12, Salt Lake City, UT
Suzanne Koty
19:17
Good morning. Suzanne Koty, Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement (CERRA), SC
Halstene Ancheta
19:18
Good morning! 1st grade Los Angeles, CA
Kim Wood
19:18
My name is Kim Wood, I am from Cibolo TX and I teach Robotics and Technology Applications
JANET DOUGLAS
19:18
High School Life Skills
Kathleen Pickard
19:18
Kathleen Pickard
Ilena Delorso
19:18
Ilena Delorso- grades PK-8 ESOL in Baltimore, MD
Tanya Tinerella
19:18
Good morning, Tanya Tinerella from Ballwin, MO. I teach 3rd grade,
Karen DePace
19:18
Hello from Maryland - Karen D.
Cathy Hull
19:19
Hello! Cathy Hull, Special Education in Maryland
Heather Addington
19:19
Heather Addington from New Braunfels, Texas
Margo Machuga
19:19
Pittsburgh, PA! Hello, everyone!
Laura Stone
19:19
Laura Stone, Art, Vanceburg, KY
Fawnda Sanchez
19:19
Kindergarten teacher from Las vegas!!!
Bailey Linden
19:20
Good morning! My name is Bailey Linden and I teach Kindergarten in Los Altos, CA.
Dawn Person
19:20
Dawn Person, 2nd Grade
Thomas White
19:20
I teach fourth grade near Seattle
Kristin Wood
19:20
Hi! Kristin Wood from Maryland. 3rd grade! :)
Jonathan Estey
19:20
Hi! Jonathan Estey, Philadelphia, PA (HS Math & SpEd)
Michelle Stovall-Whitlow
19:21
Michelle StovallWhitlowDean is StudentsAlabama school of Cyber Technology and Engineering in Huntsville, AL
Joanna Moses
19:21
Joanna, SPED 2-5, Phoenix, AZ
Stephanie Anolick
19:21
Stephanie from NC :)
Consuelo Johnson
19:21
Consuelo Johnson, Math, 6-8, North Carolina
Matt Dorsett
19:21
Hello, Matt Dorsett, Houston TX Teach CTE 9-12
Anna Stover
19:22
Anna Stover - Special Education in WV
Brianne Sellers
19:22
Hi! My name is Brianne Sellers-- I'm a School Counselor in NC-- Currently on vacation in TN
Lauren Moseley
19:22
Lauren Moseley 4th grade Houston,tx
Dawn Raschke
19:22
Dawn Raschke, Plano Texas Special Education K-5
Ann Brecker
19:23
Ann los Angelous
Samantha Hayes
19:23
Hello, Everyone! Samantha Hayes, MNEA Teaching and Learning Director, Missouri
Amy Waldrop
19:23
Amy Waldrop Director of Mississippi State University World Class Teaching, NBCT AYA Math
Robin Dyer
19:23
Good morning from Coweta, OK; Kindergarten teacher
Zach Holstein
19:23
Zach, English 10th grade, Raleigh
Patricia Hinds
19:24
Patricia Hinds high school math in Cave City Arkansas
Kessler Roberson
19:24
Hello. My name is Kessler Roberson. I teach Secondary Social Studies in TX
Doug Alexander
19:24
Hi, I'm Doug from Boulder, CO. Gifted Instructional Specialist, district level.\
Noreen Price
19:24
Can this session help for renewal
Abby John
19:24
Abby John, Middle School English, Southern Maryland
Leonor Rayteran
19:24
Thelma Ramos FCS MD
Khadijah Miller
19:25
I am from Texas and I teach Kindergarten
Lauren Parnell
19:25
Lauren Parnell, KS, 4th Grade
Rebekah Fuss
19:25
Rebekah Fuss, Special Education 18-21 years old, Ellensburg, WA
Kathryn Waibel
19:25
Hello! Katie Waibel from Wyoming, elementaryresource
Marie Davis
19:25
Marie Davis, Pre-k Teacher in Houston, TX
Chaz Fonda
19:25
Hello everyone! I teach High School Band in Blair, Nebraska!
Kristen Simo
19:26
Kristen Simo from Navajoland in NM, English 7-8
Julieta Dixon
19:26
Julieta Dixon, ESOL Elem, PGCPS
Jocelyne Waddle
19:26
Jocelyne Waddle, Kentucky Department of Education
Bobbie Lynn Weir
19:26
Good Morning, CTE-Hospitality, 9-12th, Richardson, TX
Kelie Grizzle
19:26
Good morning! I teach kinder in LV
Stacey Reed
19:26
Goof morning from Baltimore - Stacey Reed, HS Sciences and AP Capstone
Ross Burks
19:26
7th grade Life science, Pell City, AL
Manju Gandla
19:26
Hi Everyone Manju, Maryland Chemistry/Biology
Jameelah Wright
19:26
Jimmie Wright, NJ, Pre-K
Shelley Singer
19:26
Shelley Singer, RSP TK-5, Tarzana (L.A.) California
Elizabeth Segovia
19:26
Good morning. Special Education teacher. Houston TX.
Leslie Bukowski
19:27
Hello. Leslie from Texas teaching Dual Credit English and English III
Kay Bacetich
19:27
Kay Bacetich Anacortes High School ELA YA
Rama Devagupta
19:28
Dr. Rama Devagupta, Southridge High School, Kennewick, Washington. I teach AP Biology, Honors Biology & Forensics.
Kelie Grizzle
19:28
Good morning 🌞 Crystal Spielberg - special education from Las Vegas, NV
Heather Hood
19:28
Heather Hood, 8th grade Cyber Foundations teacher
Allison Mann
19:28
Good Morning! Ellisville, Mississippi Interventionist/Dyslexia Therapist
Vanessa Rasmussen
19:29
Vanessa Rasmussen, 11-12, English
Kina Melvin
19:29
Good Morning from Baltimore City, 6th-8th Special Education Teacher
Brandy Vickery
19:29
Brandy Vickery 6th Grade Earth Science Haleyville City Schools
Jennifer Miesse
19:29
Jen Miesse, Maryland 7th Grade Math
Bill Mezzano
19:29
Hi, Bill Mezzano, 9-12 Mathematics, Mooresville, NC
Barbara Johnson
19:29
Good Morning! I'm Barbara Johnson. I teach 5th grade at Chualar School, in Chualar, California.
Pamela Chamblee
19:29
Hello, Pamela Chamblee Hertford County High School ELA
Esther Guerra
19:29
Esther Guerra, AV Production 1- 3, San Antonio, TX
Angie Moris
19:30
Angie HS FACE WI
Benjamin Franke
19:30
Good Morning! Ben Franke 6-8 Middle School Band and 7/8 STEM
D’Atra Gater
19:30
D’Atra Gater, MS, HS Counselor
Philip Tschirhart
19:30
Good morning - Phil from MD - chemistry 10-12
Amy Stout
19:30
Good morning! I teach History at Dundalk Middle School.
Robin Raine
19:30
Hi!! I am an elementary school counserlor in Salt Lake City.
kathy liu
19:31
Kathy Liu, High School, CA
Alison Dunn
19:31
Alison Dunn Sugar Land, TX HS Social Studies
Dorothea Mixon
19:32
Good morning everyone. Dorothea Mixon Fayetteville NC Middle School Math Resource
Anthony Sanders
19:32
Hi. I'm Tony Sanders, certified in Math, but taught Academic Intervention for four years; all at Magruder High School in Rockville, Md.
Stacey Wahrman
19:32
Good Morning! I'm a high school English teacher in Silver Spring, MD
Christy Boudreaux
19:32
Good morning! Christy Boudreaux - 8th grade English Language Arts, Mississippi
Carrie Carrie Morales
19:32
Carrie Morales 4th Grade GISD New Mexico
Dori Smith
19:32
Dori Smith - seniors at PHS in Pflugerville, Texas.
Widya Ramsey
19:32
Hi Widya Ramsey, second grade. Farmington Schools, NM
Jasmine Thomas
19:32
Hello! My name is Jasmine Thomas. I am a School Counselor in NC
Amy Rollins
19:32
Good Morning, I teach English Language, Reading Intervention, and Special Education at Belen High School in Belen NM.
Victor Hamilton
19:32
Victor Hamilton Substitute Teacher Hampton,VA
Cathy Kim
19:33
Cathy Kim, PLU, Tacoma WA
Veleria Cozart
19:33
Hello! My name is Veleria Cozart. I am a second grade mathematics/science teacher from Mississippi.
KRISTIN BARNETT
19:33
Kristin Barnett PHZ AZ Self contained special education
Heather Hagen-Smith
19:33
Heather Hagen-Smith - 3rd Grade/ Los Angeles, California
Mackenzie O'Connor
19:34
Morning, Mackenzie O'Connor - High School Science
Susan Lafond
19:34
Good morning. Susan Lafond from Albany, NY. NBCT - EAYA ENL
Tania Peters
19:34
Tania, MS Social Studies, MD
Lisa Stone
19:34
Lisa Stone: K-5 Principal, Los Altos, CA (Silicon Valley)
Dana Busenbark
19:35
Dana Busenbark, Tucson, AZ. I taught K-12 ESS for the last 9 years. I am going to be working as a TVI starting next month.
Melinda Allen
19:35
Hello everyone. Logging in from St. Louis MO. I teach high school life science.
Tricia Hallman
19:35
Good Morning. Tricia Hallman- kindergarten, Carlisle PA
Susan Lopez
19:35
Hi. My name is Susan Lopez. I teach Math in Vernon, NJ
Susan Corby
19:36
Sue, High School English Resource Teacher, Maryland
Paige Smith
19:36
Paige Smith Gifted teacher Brandon MS
Jessica Stone
19:36
Jessica Stone - I am a 6-12 librarian in Newport, AR.
Levin Aiken
19:36
Greetings! Levin Aiken Third Grade Teacher in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Benjamin Rodriguez
19:36
Benjamin Rodriguez - Secondary Math - Austin, TX
Ashley Simon
19:36
Ashley Simon, Elementary Special Education, Maryland
Amy Brown
19:37
Hi Everyone! Dr. Amy Brown, NBCT (AYA ELA). Currently Professional Practice & Policy Teaching Fellow with Virginia Education Association, an NBPTS Affiliate Network
Cathy Dunstan
19:37
Good morning. Cathy Dunstan, Jackson, MS area
Amanda Lord
19:38
Amanda Lord ART middle school TX
Jennifer Yohe
19:38
Jenny Yohe Spokane, Wa PE elementary
Qingqing Cui
19:39
Qingqing, High school math teacher from New Mexico
Kathleen Dopkin
19:39
Good morning, All,Kathy Dopkin retired from Philadelphia here.
Theresa Gaetjens
19:39
Good morning to all from southern Maine! I am a special educator and co-teach in ELA and math in 8th grade.
Heavenly Montgomery
19:39
Heavenly Montgomery, NBCT Assessment Specialist, Pres. GATLC NB Network Hello from Georgia
Tracey Leider
19:39
Tracey Leider Early Adolescence Science WI
Adrienne Rozier
19:39
Hello, Adrienne Rozier Exceptional Education K-5 from Richmond Virginia
Rosa Baltodano de Rengifo
19:40
Hi, Rosa Baltodano, Spanish, Wake County, NC
Mary Borkowski
19:40
Hi, I am a ninth grade English teacher from Indianapolis, Indiana.
Shawn Washington-Clark
19:40
Hi, I am Shawn Washington-Clark, Maryland, Middle School Language Arts
Barbara Joann Combs
19:41
Barbara Joann Combs, Gaywood ES, PreK - 5, MD
Amy Meracz
19:41
Amy Meracz 8th grade Las Vegas NV
Anna Quezada
19:42
Hello I am Anna Quezada I am the Resource Teacher for Kinder to 5 th grade in California in the Los Angeles area.
Pamela Hamilton
19:43
Pamela Hamilton, Bessemer AL, ELA science 11-12
Sherri Fleischer
19:43
Good morning 3rd grade teacher from New Mexico
Jennifer Murphy
19:43
Jennifer Murphy - New Mexico secondary ELA
Linda Carter
19:43
Linda Carter- Good morning from Puyallup, WA. K-6 LAP Reading
Teresa Wilson
19:44
Good morning! 1st Grade in Las Vegas
Paul Kleemann
19:44
Paul Kleemann I teach guitar in Las Vegas
Marlys Frisby
19:44
Marlys Frisby, special education resource teacher, middle school. Suisun City, CA
Megan Meadows
19:44
Good Morning. I teach 1st Grade in Las Vegas, NV at Rex Bell Elementary.
Jill Turner
19:44
Good morning. Jill Turner, PK-5 Library Media, Barco, NC
Marlene Excellent
19:45
Marlene Excellent from Hillsborough County Florida ESE 3rd/5th
Courtney Parker
19:45
Courtney Parker - kindergarten - Colorado Springs, co
Jacqueline Gorman
19:45
Good Morning, this is Jacqueline Gorman. I am teaching in Gallup, in 2nd Grade.
Amber Zubiate
19:46
Good morning! Amber Zubiate Los Angles, CA. I teach reading k-3.
Angella
19:46
Angella Barngrover Language Arts
Melissa McAlister
19:47
Melissa McAlister, elementary special education, MS
Amy Aronstein
19:49
Amy Aronstein - Geln Burnie Maryland - High School
Lesli Ann Howell
19:49
Lesli Ann Johannesmeyer Howell/SPED Instructional Supervisor and BCBA/South Carolina
Germani Yang
19:50
Germani Yang, 6th grade math and Science, Los Angeles, CA
Gregory Brown
19:50
Gregory Brown, Physical Education and Health. Laguna Acoma Hawks.
Teresa Watkins
19:51
Teresa Watkins FCS
Katherine Cantu
19:51
Katherine Cantu, Magnolia, TX. AP/IB Psychology (11-12th grades)
Analine Acosta
19:51
Analine Acosta-HS Math Teacher / Charles Herbert Flowers HS
Suzanne Martinez
19:51
Good morning! Suzanne Martinez, Assistant Professor of Education, National Louis University and NBCt
Sharon Zeller
19:52
Sharon Zeller, 2nd Grade, Loudoun County Public Schools VA (Northern VA)
Philana Williams
19:52
Philana Williams; ESL Teacher Denton ISD
Rebekah Rohland
19:52
ESL Teacher in Philadelphia, PA
Rachel O'Callaghan
19:53
Rachel O'Callaghan-elementary Elkin Elementary 3rd grade
Kirstie Troutman
19:53
High school math and academic facilitator- Maryland
Lashenna Gaines
19:53
Lashenna Gaines, Master Teacher Administrator, Charlotte metro (Union County) NC
Terrie Bodey
19:54
Terrie Bodey, NBCT in Career Tech, Bellefontaine, OH
Victor Chen
19:54
Hi! Victor Chen, Ann Arbor, MI
Benjamin Franke
19:54
Ben Franke 6-8 Band 7/8 STEM Boulder City NV
Chelley Quiambao
19:54
Good morning! Chelley Quiambao, Grade 7 English. Currently in Nevada, but I teach in Manila.
Shea Squires
19:55
Good Morning! I am Shea Squires and I teach English 11 & 12 at Hazel Green, Alabama.
Debbie Hauff
19:55
Hi! I’m Debbie Hauff, High School Art teacher from Mooresville, NC.
Maria Lao
19:56
Maria Lao, Prince Georges County Public Schools, MA
Megan Zelasko
19:57
Megan zelasko 2/3 Arlington Virginia
Megan Ziegler
19:57
Megan Ziegler - Los Angeles, 6th grade, NBCT 2017
Artis Wheatley
19:58
Good morning-NBCT-Special Education-Houston, TX
Kareena James
19:58
Good morning
Elcy Mathurin
19:58
Mercedes Elcy Mathurin, good morning, I am an ESOL teacher from Miami Dade County Florida
Ayana EnglishBrown
19:58
Hello, everyone I am Ayana English-Brown, NBCT, CTE, Secondary, Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Stephanie Guerrero
19:59
Good morning, everyone! I’m at a middle school in LA County, CA
Keitha Burnett
20:00
Good Morning everyone Keitha D. Burnett, Miami, Florida GulliverPrep Social Science
Shelley Warner
20:00
Hello, Shelley Warner Auburn, WA special education
Keith Gushiken
20:02
Good morning! Keith from San Francisco; middle school instrumental music (concert band & guitar ensemble) teacher
Melody Shafer
20:03
Melody Shafer, middle school, Lexington, SC
Kelley Trivette
20:03
Good Morning from Wilkes County, North Carolina!
Tari Smith
20:04
Tari Smith
Haylee Reitzel
20:05
Hello! I am Haylee Guthrie, Kindergarten teacher from North Carolina.
Andrea Robinson
20:05
Andrea Robinson, MS/HS Science, Brooklyn NY.
Andrea Johnson
20:05
Andrea Johnson, Computer Science 6-8, Wake County, NC
Rachna Rikhye
20:06
Good Morning! Rachna Rikhye from MCPS, Maryland - Upper Elementary ESOL Teacher.
Leslie Barger
20:06
Leslie Barger, High School Spanish, Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy (CASA), NC
Keysha
20:07
Keysha O'Dell, kindergarten, cabell county wv
Tina Wormley-Green
20:07
Good Morning everyone. Tina Wormley-Green Wildwood Elementary/Middle 2nd grade
Althea Brown
20:07
Going Morning Everyone, I am Althea Brown from San Antonio, Texas!
Kathrine Leanne Hering
20:08
I'm Kathrine Leanne Hering, I prefer to be called Leanne. I'm a middle school self-contained ELA teacher, currently in Las Cruces, NM.
Dawn Kaminsky
20:08
Dawn Kaminsky Cobleskill-Richmondville CSD,New York NBCT middle childhood generalist
Emma Alvarez
20:08
I am Emma Alvarez. I teach AP Calculus, pre-calculus and algebra 2 at Mill springs academy in Alpharetta, GA
Cassie Smith
20:09
Hi Good Morning! Cassie Smith second grade from Flintstone,MD
Tracey Idica
20:09
Tracey Idica, NBCT, AYA ELA, Hawaii Teacher Standards Board, Ewa Beach, Hawaii
Heather Woolson
20:10
Good Morning! Heather Woolson, MS Science in Maryland!
Marlene Excellent
20:10
Good morning
Elizabeth Mastrella
20:10
Lizz Mastrella, School Counselor, Wilkes Co. NC
Edwin Perez
20:11
Edwin Perez, Baltimore County, Maryland
Brenda Lamb
20:11
Brenda Lamb, I teach K-5 Special Education in Louisville, KY
Michele Rasmussen
20:11
Good morning! High School English teacher from Lexington Ky
Rhea Marsh
20:11
Rhea Marsh, K- 5 Music - Katy, Texas
Dana Rein
20:11
HS Math in Aberdeen, MD
Tyeesha Pruitt
20:11
Hello, I am Tyeesha Pruitt a kindergarten teacher in Walterboro, SC.
Ron Yoder
20:13
Hi! Ron Yoder, Albuquerque Public Schools, Bilingual Math Teacher, 9th-12th grade Algebra 1 through Precalculus, Statistics
Kelie Grizzle
20:14
ood morning! I need clarification please. I signed up for this conference and rcvd a confirmation email. The topic of the email has dates of the 28th, 29th, and 30th. However, the content of the email says the 29th at 10am Eastern time. After talking to some colleagues - they rcvd different emails for today’s conference. One teacher rcvd an email for today and separate one for the 29th. Is each day a different conference? Or is it the same conference offered on different dates?If it’s different content each day, did I mess up registering and can only attend tomorrow’s conference since that is what my email says?Thanks in advanced for clarifying! :)
Monique Coles
20:14
Thank you for the reminder Hello I am Monique Coles School Counselor K-12 currently 6th Grade in North Carolina :-)
Londra Hunter
20:15
Good morning Londra Hunter Jackson MS CTE
Sandra Casimir
20:15
Sandra casimir,Philadelphia
Kimberly Gossert
20:16
Kimberly Gossert English Teacher Manchester, MD
Susan Knighton
20:18
Susan Knighton Music Teacher - AZ. NBCT candidate.
Richard Rosivach
20:18
Rich Rosvach, Social Studies - Irondale HS New Brighton MN
Diana Gomez
20:18
Good morning! I'm Diana Gomez, an SDC teacher at Katella High School in Anaheim, CA
Gloria Arevalo
20:19
Good Morning! I am Gloria Arevalo. I am HS Spanish teacher in NJ.
Gayle Kraus
20:19
Gayle Kraus, Charles County MD. Middle School Art Teacher
Nancy Lee
20:20
Nancy Lee, Computer Science, Las Vegas, NV
diane Newell
20:20
Hi, Diane Newell 7th Science & health although I am from Los Angeles I'm here from Hawaii!
Lorilee Sidamon
20:20
Lorilee Sidamon, 7-12 English, Maryland
Josie Barrett
20:21
Josie Barrett, 3 grade teacher, Cape Horn Skye Elementary, Washougal Washington
Angela Cappucci
20:23
Angela Cappucci, Spanish Teacher from Boston.
Julie Siciliano
20:24
julie sicilioano third grade
Holly McVaigh
20:25
Good Morning...Holly McVaigh, NBCT, High School English, KY
Robin Forrest
20:29
Good morning. I am Robin Forrest, Sequim, Washington
Judy Ransom
20:33
Hello this is Judy Ransom from Tuscaloosa, AL I teach MS choir and class piano at The Alberta School of Performing Arts
Niki Dixon
20:33
Niki Dixon, Snow Hill, NC.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
20:34
Good morning, Yolanda Serrato-Jonian -Los Angeles, CA.
Jennifer Palo
20:34
Jennifer Palo, Exceptional Needs, MD
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
20:36
Hello! Dr. Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez from Kyle, Texas/Retired Bilingual Educator/ NBCT MC-Gen/ TXNBCT Board Member /Mentor & Facilitator
Marcia West
20:37
Good Morning. I am a special educator who coteaches in 7th grade math.
Alyssa Raschke
20:40
Morning! Alyssa Raschke, EC Generalist, Kindergarten teacher, Lubbock, TX
Tanya Cooper
20:41
Tanya Cooper, CTE Education Program Teacher, Nicholas County Career and Technical Center, Craigsville, WV
Kristi Cox
20:42
Kristi Cox Nashville, AR
Patricia Prowell
20:42
Hello from Mississippi. I'm Pat from Columbus and I am a coach
Audryn Damron
20:42
Hey everyone! My name is Audryn Damron and I am a special education teacher in Murray, Utah!
Kelie Grizzle
20:42
Good morning 🌞 Crystal Spielberg - special Education. Las Vegas, NV
Shenise Houser-Tyson
20:43
Greetings! Ninth Grade Biology Teacher - Montgomery, AL
Robin Myers
20:44
Good Morning Everyone!! Robin Myers, NBCT High School CTE Family and Consumer Sciences
Londra Hunter
20:45
Good morning President Peggy
Rosa Hudson
20:46
Rosa Hudson from Louisville, Kentucky
Robert Velazquez
20:46
hi this is Robert Velazquez - highland high
Barbara Edwards
20:48
Good Morning. Barbara Edwards from Seattle WA. Highline School District 8th Grade ELA
Luisa Camacho
20:51
Good Morning. I am Luisa Camacho and I teach TK in San Jose, Ca.
Merida Diaz
20:53
Hello! Merida Diaz 2nd grade Cartwright School District AZ
Tracy White
20:53
Tracy White - NC
Marcia Karls
20:55
Good morning..I am from AZ, 6th grade.
Noreen Price
20:57
Noreen Price, Atlanta Georgia. Secondary Social Studies
Maria Lao
21:01
Maria Salome Lao, Ph. D., NBCT
Leonor Rayteran
21:02
Hello, I am Leonor Rayteran, SPED Science Teacher (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) for Grades 9-12. at Reginal F. Lewis High School, Baltimore, Maryland.
Jennetta Thomas
21:04
Good morning. Jennetta Thomas 7th and 8th grade science from Valencia, CA
Klaine Hines
21:05
Good Morning. Klaine Hines from Chicago, Kindergarten District 148
John Hill
21:06
Good Morning. Jennifer Hill Central Texas
Reginald Mathis
21:08
Reggie Mathis, Civics Teacher, Shields Middle School Tampa, Fl
Kelly Stansell
21:10
Kelly Stansell, National Board coordinator for Ector County ISD in Odessa, TX
Sheri Rosenberg
21:10
Sheri Rosenberg ESOL Anne Arundel County, MD
Theresa Wiggins
21:17
Good morning Theresa Wiggins Columbia, SC
Senetria Blocker
21:25
Senetria Blocker - Prince George's Maryland
MeganJasey Montez
21:25
Megan Montez, Hobbs Municipal Schools -Special Education Pre-K Teacher
Judith Tutor
21:25
Good morning from Texas
Traci Schwing
21:25
Good morning. Traci Schwing- Middle School ELA, Jefferson Middle School in Oceanside CA
Vincent Brandl
21:27
Hello from Sun Prairie Wisconsin!
Arely Pass
21:27
Good Morning !Arely Pass from Arkansas High School
Robin Becton
21:37
Robin Becton Technology Education and K-6 teacher in North Carolina
Kerry Krawczyk
21:44
Hey there.Kerry Krawczyk, Middle School PE Teacher in Davidson County NC.
Coreen Pinkerton
21:48
Coreen Pinkerton, Falls Church, VA, Early Childhood Generalist
Keisha Pendergrass
21:50
Good Morning, I’m Keisha Pendergrass, Elementary Music Teacher from South Carolina.
Vanessa Suddith
21:51
Vanessa Suddith, Intervention Coordinator and Learning Center Teacher
T Winkler
21:56
Good morning all. Taunja Winker Data Coach Prince Georges County, MD
diane Newell
21:57
Diane Newell, Middle School. Science and Health. Attending from Hawaii (from Los Angeles)
Geetha chennam
21:58
Geetha Chennam, Science teacher, SJ Middle School, lake Charles, LA
Matt Ziebarth
22:00
Matt Ziebarth, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
Jennifer Cashman
22:00
Jennifer Cashman, Mesd NM, Math
Kelie Grizzle
22:06
Good morning! I need clarification please. I signed up for this conference and rcvd a confirmation email. The topic of the email has dates of the 28th, 29th, and 30th. However, the content of the email says the 29th at 10am Eastern time. After talking to some colleagues - they rcvd different emails for today’s conference. One teacher rcvd an email for today and separate one for the 29th. Is each day a different conference? Or is it the same conference offered on different dates?If it’s different content each day, did I mess up registering and can only attend tomorrow’s conference since that is what my email says?Thanks in advanced for clarifying! :)
Rosa Baltodano de Rengifo
22:26
Hello Rosa Rengifo NBCT HS SPanish
Kristine Swartchick
22:26
Kris Swartchick, Early Adolescent Science
Analine Acosta
22:35
Analine Acosta- HS Math-9th grade /Charles Herbert Flowers HS, PGCPS MD
Carmela Vargas Gonzales
22:49
Carmela
Tiffanye Oliver
22:57
Hello! Tiffanye Oliver, NBCT/ENL
Araceli Cano
22:58
Middle School math/science …Southern California
Amanda Green
23:00
Kellie - There is a coffee chat tomorrow at 10am
Heavenly Montgomery
23:04
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾Dr. Denson!
Heather Whitley
23:09
Heather Whitley NBCT/ELA
Michael Greenstone
23:12
@Kelie - there are a number of different sessions over the next three days. You would've received a separate message / calendar invite for each session you registered for
Gail Morris
23:16
Good morning, Gail Morris, Computer Science/Business Education instructor of grades 6-8 from Newark, DE.
Althea Brown
23:18
Georgia, Awesome!
Kirsten Steele-Gonzalez
23:23
Hello! Kirsten Steele-Gonzalez, NBCT candidate for HS English
Rania Zarour
23:26
Ramzi Zarour Good morning
Rosa Baltodano de Rengifo
23:27
Hola Rosa Baltodano NBCT Spanish Panther Creek HS Cary NC
Siobhian Gallegos
23:29
Siobhian Gallegos 4th grade from Texas
Billie Parke
23:39
Hello from Moxee, WA
Laura Benedetto (she/her)
23:39
For more information on the Five Core Propositions, visit www.accomplishedteacher.org
Shayleen Mallick
23:45
Shayleen Mallick, JF Kennedy High School, Granada Hills CA NBCT I teach Physiology, Forensics, and Genetics
Mandy Abe
23:45
Hello Everyone! Mandy Abe, Grade 4, Maryland
Carmela Vargas Gonzales
23:48
Carmela Vargas Gonzales NBCT- Taos, New Mexico
Rania Zarour
23:48
Rania Zarour Good Morning
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
23:50
🙌🏾 Agree Dr. Denson
Dolores Cormier-Zenon
23:52
Good morning all 🤩Dolores Cormier Zenon from Louisiana
Milad Nazar (he/his)
23:57
Hi Kelie, I'm working to get you an answer
Regina Babin
24:29
Regina-Champagne Babin, Louisiana Hello Fellow Educators!
Tonia Kaufman
24:33
Good morning from Pennsylvania
Rania Zarour
24:34
Good morning from Seattle
Consuelo Johnson
24:37
Consuelo Johnson, Math, 6-8, North Carolina
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
24:44
@Kelie there are different registrations for the different strands. The way to think about it...the same registration for the sessions at the same time. You can see those strands - here - https://www.nationalboardacademy.org
Rittu Sharma
25:01
Hello everyone !Rittu Sharma from Mississipi
Christina Tully
25:18
Good morning from Las Vegas! :)
Antonio Ontiveros
25:18
Hello to all from Anthony New Mexico.
Elizabeth Segovia
25:28
congrats Mr. Arthur
Valerie Harrison
25:29
Good morning from Texas
Gail Sardoni
25:35
Hi, Gail Sardoni from Iron County Utah, Special Education
Kiarica Smith
25:35
Kiarica Smith, Birmingham, AL, Secondary Math
Josie Barrett
25:39
Congratulations, John!
Marianne de Jong
25:40
bravo to all of you! Good morning from Charlotte NC
Chinara Jennings
25:48
Good morning from Mississippi!
Montresia Cain
25:52
HelloI’m Mon from Cleveland.
Veronica Gavin
25:55
Good morning from Arkansas
William Toney
26:06
Will Toney, Secondary ELAR, San Antonio, TX
Sherri Fleischer
26:12
It’s exciting to see so many educators from New Mexico!
Michelle Accardi
26:14
Good Morning from Gulfport MS!
Shelley Singer
26:16
Welcome Claudine James! Welcome and Congrats TOY John Arthur and Ramon Benavides!
Christopher Olson
26:16
Good morning from NWA!
Ben Vallejo
26:18
Ben Vallejo NBCT AYA/Science on my way to my Los Angeles USD summer school class 🤓
Londra Hunter
26:24
Good morning Chinara Jennings. MS
Dolores Cormier-Zenon
26:28
Hi Claudia great to see and hear you again!
Doretha Allen
26:30
Good morning from Dallas, Texas!!!
Reagan Tolbert
26:30
Reagan Tolbert, NBCT - Exceptional Needs Specialist/Gifted and Talented, Alabama
ROGER MILLER
26:42
Hi everyone, I am Roger Miller science teacher NYC.
Gwendolyn Dean
26:45
Gwendolyn Dean: Fresno, CA
Tracy White
26:50
wow
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
26:52
Wow!! Congrats Claudine!!
Jessica Grant
26:59
Wow
Jennifer Palo
27:00
Wow! Congrats!
Renatta Mack
27:01
Good Morning from Texas
Kimberly Quick-Blount
27:03
wow
Jason Mroz
27:05
wow, that's crazy! way to go
Tammy Tassin
27:11
Good morning from central Louisiana!
Josie Barrett
27:14
What a cool way to reach so many students and educators!
Shelley Singer
27:14
WOW Claudine!!! Awesome and inspiring.
Gloria Tabdi
27:16
Good morning from El Paso, Texas
Sandra Ovalles
27:18
That is wonderful!
Kim Wood
27:24
What a huge accomplishment!!
Dolores Cormier-Zenon
27:29
Good morning ☀️Dolores Cormier Zenon. NBCT Louisiana
Robin Myers
27:36
Good Morning Again, I forgot to say Robin Myers, NBCT CTE Family and Consumer Sciences High School R. J. Reynolds High School in Winston Salem, NC.
Claudia Noriega
27:41
Claudia NoriegaSawyer Middle SchoolLas Vegas, NV 88148
Laurel Dumont
27:42
Laurel Dumont, NBCT SS/Hst - NH
Angela Cappucci
27:50
Congratulations, Claudine!
Magnolia Neal
27:57
Good morning from Glendale AZ
Jessica Grant
27:59
Social media has its benefits.
Lauren Moseley
28:02
Social media is a powerful tool!
Yalanda Salone
28:05
Good morning from Corpus Christi Tx
Londra Hunter
28:24
3,000,000 followers makes you an Influencer in addition to a Warrior Princess/Queen in Middle School(all middle school educators are Warriors/Gladiators)
Angel Afolabi
28:52
Greetings Everyone from Saar, Bahrain.
Leslie Chorzempa
28:54
I feel ya my 8 month old is in my lap
RHANDY ALMADRONES
29:29
Good morning from Baltimore City Public school
Rama Devagupta
29:43
@Peggy - How can I get more involved in leadership roles and being a presenter in future NB Academy workshops? Dr. Rama Devagupta, NBCTAdvanced Neural EducatorAP Reader for College BoardMurdock Partners in Science Fellow2022 NEA Foundation Global Learning FellowHeartfulness & Mindfulness TrainerAP Biology, Honors Biology, Forensics TeacherScience Fair & Science Bowl Advisor
Angela Alston
29:50
Good Morning from Los Angeles!
Londra Hunter
29:53
Multi-tasker requires new definition when describing teachers
Angela Alston
30:06
Good Morning from Los Angeles!
Amy Bassett
30:24
Viva El Paso!!
Linda Holkup
31:00
Originally from beautiful Brownsville, TX
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
31:01
If you have questions, please use the Q & A. The chat goes really quickly and it is easy for your questions to get lost in the great chat dialogue.
Lauren Moseley
31:12
#Texasteacherstrong! ❤️
Kim Wood
31:21
Build those relationships
Kim Wood
31:56
Be open minded and willing to listen to all views
Kim Wood
32:42
Amen!
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
32:44
Absolutely!
Londra Hunter
32:46
Community connection is key piece in midst of all the communication distractions online, verbally, home, etc.
Jessica Grant
32:48
Get feedback from community members and parents on engagement activities
Angela Alston
33:08
I like that “You can’t be what you can't see.”
Jessica Grant
33:22
Make connections and be visible…
Tamara Dudley
33:30
+1 Danielle
Londra Hunter
33:39
great point John
Lauren Moseley
33:51
Let’s talk about the teacher turnover!! Let’s maintain and gain amazing educators!
Londra Hunter
34:24
Grow your own right
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
34:30
@Lauren love that framing "maintain and gain"
Angela Cappucci
34:49
Teachers are “super heroes”. Let’s get the same respect and $$$ as other professions!
Londra Hunter
35:02
Teacher Academy in CTE lends to recruitment of students desiring to become educators.
Londra Hunter
35:16
Let's go far.
Londra Hunter
35:19
well said
Marcia Karls
35:50
Agree ..awesome prospectives!
Audryn Damron
35:57
I loved your commentary John!!! Let's change our depiction of teaching and share how wonderful this job is.
Amanda Green
35:59
I love spending my days with my students. I can't imagine doing anything else.
Lauren Moseley
36:06
Best teachers stay in the classroom!!! Yes!!!
Rania Zarour
36:19
if you do not want to loose them, pay them money
Londra Hunter
36:21
Professional Development Schools PDS helps retain educators too with getting them experience upfront.
Angela Marhefka
36:21
I couldn't wait to get back in the classroom after virtual!
Marlys Frisby
36:33
Loan forgiveness for teachers, need to be a focus.
Linda Carter
36:34
I agree Ramon. Great attrition!:(
Amanda Green
36:42
Yes! Relationships are key.
Lauren Moseley
36:43
Pay teachers what they are worth!!
Shelly Carman
36:50
I love my students. I don't love the extra responsibilities that admin has been placing on the teachers in my high school throughout the pandemic.
Londra Hunter
37:03
Across MS, schools are closing and merging which decrease the Teacher count too.
Anna Quezada
37:08
Yes! Loan forgiveness for teachers!!!
Karen Pardue
37:08
We teach others how to treat us.
Bill Mezzano
37:36
Loan forgiveness and better pay, keep your awesome teachers
Christine Kierzek
37:40
Recognizing and respecting lived experience is so important.
Emma Alvarez
37:46
I am 73 years old. I love teaching. I retired and came back that is how much I love it
Londra Hunter
37:48
That's right Ramon. Thank you
Lauren Moseley
38:29
Mental health for teachers needs to be a conversation when it comes to teacher retention.
Bill Mezzano
38:34
Higher pay and loan forgiveness. Let’s keep and reward our awesome teachers.
Anthony Sanders
38:35
Do something you love and you'll never work a day in your life.
Londra Hunter
38:44
Good words Ramon
Emma Alvarez
38:51
When students ask me why I teach. I tell them because I love it.
Heather Woolson
38:59
Same Emma!
Shenise Houser-Tyson
39:04
Networking and remaining consistent is key!
Lauren Moseley
39:30
Work life balance tools are needed for veteran and new teachers alike.
Angel Afolabi
39:35
We all teach because we love it, but we need to be recognized for the valuable work that we do as teachers.
Marcia Karls
39:37
Same..there is nothing like a student smile..priceless.
Heather Whitley
39:37
Yes, Dr. Denson!!!! I completely AGREE!!!!
Londra Hunter
39:42
Right Elletta. We have to be experts outside the classroom to be experts inside the classroom with exposure and connections.
Amber Mattatall
39:45
@lauren YAAASS!! Mental health seconded.
Gayle Kraus
39:46
Yes! I also take my students to a building filled with active artists so they can see the arts are a profession.
Kim Wood
39:51
Yes!!!
Brigitte Tennis
40:11
Right on!
Heavenly Montgomery
40:11
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 Say that Elletta!
Angela Alston
40:13
@Karen Purdue, yes, we come early and stay late without pay and never really share all that goes into teaching. Most don't really understand that the classroom that you see set up on day 1 and closed down at the end was done without pay. They don’t know that the majority fo grading student work and report cards are done on unpaid time. We need to be paid for our time and expertise.
Kelly Stansell
40:13
👏
Reagan Tolbert
40:14
Definitely higher pay and make college more affordable. I don't think many went into teaching for the money but we have to be able to live without having to take on a side hustle!
Eunice Bonaparte
40:17
Thank you for that!
Pamela Cromer
40:23
Help keep teachers where they want to be. Some districts move teachers and staff where they want them rather than assisting them in being in the schools they would like to be a part of because the feeling of community and "home" matter. Most teachers love the actual work with students. I agree with comments about the extra responsibilities being placed on teachers.
Londra Hunter
40:37
Look at needs of students and times
Heather Picciuti
40:43
Follow community lead.... what do they need? I'm here to serve them.
Brigitte Tennis
40:48
I serve students who need me. period.
Lisa Smith
40:50
student/family needs
William Toney
40:51
It ultimately comes back to the needs of the students
Lisa Stone
40:52
It all needs to come back to positive learner outcomes.
LATISHA JACKSON
40:55
Depends on the community needs
Stephanie West
40:56
I look for a recurring need of my students.
Aaron Robinson
40:56
Supportive culture and environment established through authentic relationships
Lesli Ann Howell
40:56
Personalize and individualize
Erica Kinney
40:57
Address what the community's needs are and more importantly, what students are advocating for
Angel Afolabi
40:59
I agree we must get everyone to value our profession as much as we do.
Gail Sardoni
40:59
It’s all about student needs.
Jennifer Bartoli
40:59
Understand the needs of our community
Heather Addington
41:00
Being present with our students and their extracurriuclars
Kessler Roberson
41:00
You have to look at the needs of the community as a whole, not just the students
Judith Tutor
41:01
students' needs
Estibaliz Leal
41:02
Learn about the community.
Laura Pugh
41:02
Asking community about needs :)
Victor Hamilton
41:02
Thank you for your passion, Dr. Denson
Jennifer Murphy
41:02
Purpose to me always involves what is best for students and their learning.
Shenise Houser-Tyson
41:03
Student needs determine…
Esther Guerra
41:03
It would serve the students and family's needs
Rustie Robison
41:04
Student needs and community
Siobhian Gallegos
41:04
families and students needs and personalize it
SUZANNE KUJAWA
41:05
to help kids that are not seen in school or always the target be seen and supported
Kelley Trivette
41:06
Relevancy, connections with parents, needs of students
Heather Whitley
41:06
My community is my people, my kids, and their needs. To enable them to be critical citizens!
Leslie Chorzempa
41:06
Help meet my students and family needs
Michelle Crumm
41:06
addressing what students need at the time
Kim Wood
41:07
If it is representative of my students...I am all in
Artis Wheatley
41:07
Needs of students, parents, community
Amy Aronstein
41:07
Community needs
Tania Peters
41:08
I consider the needs of mystudents, families, and colleagues.
Shawn Gillespie
41:08
I love to bring experts into the room to see student work and provide feedback on their process and learning.
Ashley Bryant
41:08
School community
Karlyn Brown
41:08
Student needs
Amy Stout
41:08
We are an ESOL center and are very diverse. I get to know my students and their culture.
Angela Cappucci
41:09
Supporting my students and parents with their needs.
Shelley Singer
41:09
I am guided by teachers, parents, my union as Chapter Chair, town halls
Amy Rollins
41:09
Needs of family, students, and community
Robin Becton
41:09
Address what needs I see
Angela Smith
41:10
Ask the kids
Bill Mezzano
41:10
Student and community needs
Eunice Bonaparte
41:11
Connecting students to the general community and our little school
Chandler Brown
41:11
Safety (mental health & physical safety)
Gennifer Jones
41:12
I try to show up and make my face known throughout the community. This involves church events and community events. I try to also invite stakeholders in to see the greatness within our school setting.
Marlys Frisby
41:13
what the parent/students need
Cassandra Smith
41:13
I serve my students and their needs and wants. I work with everyone who works with my students - including families, colleagues, etc.
Tricia Hallman
41:14
Connect to students as a whole- including the families as well.
Christopher Olson
41:14
My connections and community help to support me. They took care of my students and my family when I suffered a TWI a year and a half ago.
Dawn Autaubo
41:14
Based on Native American needs
Veleria Cozart
41:14
student needs
David Navarette
41:15
Depends on student needs
Laleh Ghotbi
41:15
Get to know my students and their families, build a strong relationship and learn about their needs.
Thurman Evans
41:15
To develop future productive cititzens.
Shana Barnett
41:15
I serve students and families
Margo Machuga
41:16
By not being stagnant in our thinking.
Esther Guerra
41:17
But mostly students
Robin Myers
41:17
I use it to empower my students so they can gain those connections for their future endeavors!
Michael Vazquez
41:17
I figure whatever the need of the community is based on my interactions with students and families will determine the focus of the purpose and types of connections
Nancy Castro-Tippetts
41:17
Family and community needs
Amber Mattatall
41:18
Build the feeder schools’ programs and build connections to families
Donna McDaniel
41:18
My classroom is my mission field.
Danielle Staten
41:18
The lack of resources and students need dictate
Terrie Bodey
41:18
As a CTE professional, I work to connect students to business/industry. We have been very successful in creating internship opportunities for our CT students.
Meagan Jackson
41:20
The support of the community will determine the student needs
Leonor Rayteran
41:20
Parent volunteers in my classroom
Anna Quezada
41:20
support families I am coordinator for SSPT’s and provide resources for families.
Carrie Carrie Morales
41:21
Students and their families
Mackenzie O'Connor
41:21
look at my students' needs
Jaspreet Choudhary
41:21
Parent involvement in the education is important
Rebekah Fuss
41:22
In special education transition, my goal is to create a community that will support students throughout their lives in vocations and independent living.
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
41:22
Taking care of those who take care of students
Rachel O'Callaghan
41:22
work as a team and connect with the community and families
June Dojillo
41:23
Connect to my students and their families
Kimberly Watson
41:23
unity and awareness
Alvin Michalewicz
41:23
Greatest good.
Shelly Carman
41:24
Be the teacher you want your blood children to have as their classroom teacher.
Kina Melvin
41:24
Address the needs of the students and connect with the families
Kerin Curry
41:25
Based on the needs of community
Melody Shafer
41:26
Always asking, "What is best for the students?"
Leslie Bukowski
41:26
I determine it based on the needs of my students. I am one of those who have been in the same community for the majority of my teaching career, and that knowledge helps me to adjust to what is needed.
Ron Yoder
41:27
I connect to families of students to make it clear for students that we're all on the same team wanting them to succeed.
Susan Lopez
41:28
Based on needs and interests. Do what you love.
Elizabeth Aguilar
41:29
Observe and listen first.
Dori Smith
41:29
student needs/staff availability
Kathleen Dopkin
41:29
Assessing student and community needs is critical.
Heather Woolson
41:30
Relevancy! I look for relevance to my students' lives and things that would benefit them and their needs.
Allison Mann
41:30
address Community/Student needs
Merida Diaz
41:30
Family connections
Anthony Sanders
41:30
Meet the students where they are, but don't let them stay there.
Lorilee Sidamon
41:30
Parent engagement and non-engagement
Marcia West
41:31
serving students and their families
Josie Barrett
41:31
Know your students and families, and advocate for the communities needs.
Doug Alexander
41:31
how it connects to authentic student experiences
Dawn Raschke
41:32
I follow my students and families
Pamela Cromer
41:32
Work with the community leaders and "know" the people of the community
Yalanda Salone
41:33
Student needs
Andrea Van Eaton
41:34
I serve student needs and engage families through the "extra-curricular"
Angela Alston
41:35
Home conferences are awesome!
Jayne Masden
41:36
students and families
Linda Carter
41:36
Depends on identifying students that can fall through the cracks. They are quiet, but can still be at rist.
Leslie Barger
41:36
I think you need to assess what the community needs.
Marie Germaine
41:36
Community and school needs and goals based on feedback from stakeholders
Elizabeth Segovia
41:37
Find a need in the school that can be met by community
Sandra Ovalles
41:37
School community: All families
Sarah Smith
41:38
I look at the students I am working with. Communication is key to the students and the family.
Kathrine Leanne Hering
41:39
Get everyone plugged in where we can, students to community & community to school.
Geetha chennam
41:39
understand application in real world
kimberley colasante
41:39
I serve my students and their families. I live and teach in the same community and I see my students and families outside at the park, stores, etc.
Heather Baldwin
41:41
students and families guide my connections. Each year the needs change so I adjust to what is needed for those students.
Heather Chiminello
41:41
I live in the community, I visit the parks after school and say hi to the kids and parents.
Kirstie Troutman
41:42
Meet the needs of the students and community by being accessible and following local social media too
Tanya Tinerella
41:43
striving to involve the community in an effort to create real-world learning experiences whenever possible
Kristen Simo
41:43
The community is my family so my interaction is like the same…they are my children and family (Ke’-Clan).
Kim Wood
41:43
I moved into our community so that I could be apart of what it means to be a true community
Shawn Gillespie
41:46
Also as the ASB advisor I am all about creating community and culture on campus but partnering with the PTA is often critical to expand the reach of our efforts out to parents as well for full school engagement.
Barbara Joann Combs
41:46
As an art teacher, I use my skills to bring visual murals to the school to bring joy to the students and parents
Philip Tschirhart
41:47
Listen to the students, teachers, and parents to determine their needs.
Kelly Stansell
41:48
My purpose is to help grow teachers so Students grow. Community needs our graduates to be ready for careers and or college.
Angela Alston
41:49
Home conferences are awesome!
Kiarica Smith
41:51
I determine the purpose based on the student needs that need to be met.
Regina Babin
41:51
I analyze my talents and seek which organization can benefit the most.
Haylee Reitzel
41:51
Looking at the whole child and understanding student needs
Paula Watkins
41:53
Working from the place of "What problems do you want to solve when you grow up?" instead of "What do you want to be when you grow up?” (thank you Jaime Casap).
Sandra Ames
41:55
Listen and give time and talents.
Jill Turner
41:55
Based on the needs of the students for resources or connections that could expand student exposure to concepts and careers locally or globally.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
41:56
Yes, home visits are very powerful.
Jennifer Palo
41:56
Serve students and family through after-school programs and summer programs
Marie Davis
41:57
Build strong relationships with the students, parents, and community to establish trust/engagement to ensure greater success
Dawn Kaminsky
41:57
The local association works closely in partnership with the parent organization and outside community
Christy Boudreaux
41:58
I've taught for 17 years, and this has changed each year and often is different for individual classes and even individual students. It's all about learning about my students and their needs as well as the needs of the community.
Londra Hunter
42:00
impact=insight=impact
Anna Quezada
42:00
Yes! Dr. Elletta!
Megan Franke
42:01
Discussion, surveys
Emma Alvarez
42:01
Students and family needs
Karen DePace
42:02
As a teacher and yearbook adviser, connecting with the community is essential to communicate expectations, supports, and feedback.
James Sullivan
42:04
I teach to families and being connected to necessary resources
Matt Dorsett
42:05
I serve and connect with family by creating a digital newsletter to showcase students work, progress, earning and partner with the parents/guardians. #partnership
Rania Zarour
42:05
if you push them to pay us money then others would love to join
Consuelo Johnson
42:05
Student engagement and connections, attend student functions in and out of school to get to know the students and parents.
Allison Mann
42:05
YES!!!!
Sharon Zeller
42:06
Considering student and family impact - starting small
Jessica Grant
42:07
Ultimately, my connections are for student achievement but my process adjust based on the need of the community.
Sheri Rosenberg
42:08
As an ESOL teacher, I make myself available for parent questions and concern and relay that to admin and teachers, as well as have parent meetings to address these questions and concerns
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
42:09
We do community walks in our rural school district. Love building those relationships with the entire family.
Samantha Hayes
42:09
Connecting with teachers to curate and provide high-quality professional learning experiences so that they can best serve their students and communities
Theresa Wiggins
42:09
Looking at the need of the students as well as the community
Levin Aiken
42:09
I live in the community that I serve, so I explicitly tell our students that they are professional students now, and future community leaders in OUR community for the future.
Brandy Vickery
42:10
You need to get to know your community and serve needs.
Benjamin Franke
42:10
speaking with stakeholders
Matt Ziebarth
42:11
I think about how the students will carry away a meaningful relationship with the people I'm asking to connect with students.
Antonio Ontiveros
42:11
I serve mostly ELA Students.
Gayle Kraus
42:11
connections to the community is KEY! If I do not get to know the student and who they are then they will not be productive and wonderful in the classroom. I see it from teacher to teacher the differences.
Erica Tate
42:12
Children and Families need advocates. I will be that advocate.
Patricia Hinds
42:12
Attending sport activities and community activities allows me to know students and their families in a more casual way and them for me as well, so we are more comfortable speaking to each other
Megan Ziegler
42:12
Reflect on and align student needs with skills needed for the future
Julie Siciliano
42:12
Making connections with both students and their parents based on needs
Linda Holkup
42:13
Connection and engagement with families
Dawn Autaubo
42:13
My goal is to build or rebuild a positive relegationshis for parents and students
Victor Hamilton
42:14
What are the needs
Jessica Pantle
42:15
build rapport with both students and their families
Dawn Person
42:15
Service the students needs and Collaborator with both parents and colleagues.
Paula Watkins
42:15
Bringing in voices from the margins and street level data (Shane Safir and Dr. Jamila Dugan)
Nancy Henkes
42:18
It's about attitude. If you want to connect and build relationships with students, parents, and the community, you will find a way. Your priorities will automatically become relationship first.
Monique Coles
42:18
Creating a bridge of need
Marlys Frisby
42:18
I would have IEP meetings at the home, for the parents that couldn't make it to the school.
Rosa Baltodano de Rengifo
42:19
Enjoy learning, parents aboard in the love for learning instilled in children
Kay Bacetich
42:19
Connect with other teachers, counselors, parents to cultivate awareness of what is forming the dynamics of our students experience.
Reagan Tolbert
42:24
My students are gifted so I focus on their specific needs and the needs of their parents/guardians as parents of gifted children.
Shayleen Mallick
42:27
Students want you to connect with them. So if you come to their games or performances. It helps build relationships so they want to participate in the classroom because they see you care.
Jennifer Yohe
42:30
I help out with the running club after school and cheer on the students.
Jacqueline Vizcaino
42:45
I serve my students by treating them with kindness and finding the resources they or their families may need such as social emotional, medical, or financial supports.
diane Newell
42:55
curriculum!
Emma Alvarez
43:01
I would like to connect with parents
T Winkler
43:02
By listening to what my parents - students deem important to them. Letting them see you as human you care about the whole child-family
Gregory Brown
43:05
Great energy Dr. Denson.
Luisa Camacho
43:23
Understand the needs and the resources we have available in the community.
Sheila Jones
43:33
My purpose is to elevate students to be their best. I am also a 36 year veteran teacher who is not ready to retire. I love the teaching profession and want to see accomplished teachers in every classroom.
Aaron Robinson
43:35
Looking at what the students in my building are not receiving from other teachers or classes within our school community
Londra Hunter
43:41
everybody knows somebodies. You're only 4 people away from anyone you want to meet in the world as it is said
Jaspreet Choudhary
43:47
Listening to parents, administrators, and colleagues is also important
Anna-Marie Booth
43:55
Agree that teachers who actually love teaching are the best representatives for the profession.
Andrea Decembre
44:00
Andrea Decembre from Las vegas
Andrea Decembre
44:05
second grade
SUZANNE KUJAWA
44:06
Will this be the same keynote tomorrow and Thursday at this time or will there be different speakers each day at this time?
Leslie Bukowski
44:27
I chose the district because I wanted to help with students who did not have a support system. I want to be that teacher who lets them know that they can do it, that they are capable, that they can overcome obstacles as a faith builder rather than using those obstacles an excuse.
Ruth Luevanos
44:38
I serve my community by fighting for my students' and families' rights including inmigrant, BIPOC, students with disabilities and LGBTQ students.
Consuelo Johnson
44:44
So true!
Brigitte Tennis
44:59
I have invited many legislators to co-teach with me. This ranges from state senators, state representatives, and even our state superintendent of public instruction. Most have come - not to talk about their job, but to co-teach with me. This gives them a first hand experience in a public school classroom so they can see what amazing work is being done. Inviting them year after year helps build relationships. This is meaningful because they advocate for students through their experience with an NBCT.
Rania Zarour
45:07
I agree....That's great
Angel Afolabi
45:08
Suzanne, the sessions are different each day.
Rama Devagupta
45:17
@Brigitte - So wonderful to be working with you.
Brigitte Tennis
45:33
Hey, Rama! :)
Londra Hunter
45:36
Good @Brigitte Tennis
Eunice Bonaparte
45:42
Yes - they deserve to know the truth 🙂
Jacqueline Gorman
45:59
I work at a borderline Reservation school where the community support has been amazing. But the support and incentives for veteran teachers are minimal.
Brigitte Tennis
46:04
It's ALL about relationships - with students, parents, legislators, everyone!!!!!
Joseph German
46:07
Policy-Makers are completely disconnected from "Teaching Communities." I do not see teaching communites as the answer to the problems which daily discourage teachers.
Rittu Sharma
46:10
well said john
Angel Afolabi
46:26
I think sometimes we fail to reach the students because we are not real with them.
Lauren Moseley
46:26
Keep it real with the students!! Listen to the students ideas for how to improve education.
T Winkler
46:34
€×Find ways to have community interact w schools thru activities and sharing of their expertise w students as well
Shenise Houser-Tyson
46:36
We need more individuals in the classroom who are compassionate, approachable, fair, and visionaries. #TEAMSTUDENTS
Elizabeth Aguilar
46:51
Mentor those high school students who are curious about our field every chance you get!
Londra Hunter
46:52
as you grow they grow
Brigitte Tennis
46:58
But do we invite policy makers into the classroom? How can they know what is needed and what is awesome if we don't open up our classrooms?
Vincent Brandl
47:00
Visualizing the positive future we all want to create begins by listening to the future our learners want to create---ALL TOGETHER.
Shayleen Mallick
47:01
Our school actually has a teaching academy for students to become teachers. We have our high school student go over to the neighboring elementary schools and help in the classrooms each week. Kids leave high school wanting to become teachers.
Londra Hunter
47:18
I learn that I may teach what I know
Sandra Ovalles
47:19
Connecting to the classroom. Excellent reminder.
Dawn Person
47:30
I agree that is how most of my elementary school teachers who lived made a great impact and connection in my life. I remember my elementary, middle school and high school. Which impact my life tremendously.
Anna-Marie Booth
47:55
Crucial and honest to explain the complexities of teaching in public schools in various places.
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
48:05
Love this!
Brigitte Tennis
48:08
Ramon - awesome!
Londra Hunter
48:11
wonderful
Bill Mezzano
48:12
Your parents sound amazing!!
Sandra Ovalles
48:17
What a wonderful story!!!!
Dawn Person
48:18
Real life connection is the best way to teach anyone.
Leslie Barger
48:28
Wonderful insights!
Eunice Bonaparte
48:34
Ramon - great leadership from your parents!
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
48:35
What a beautiful story, Ramon!
Pamela Cromer
48:54
I have been blessed to have taught the parents of the students who I now teach. The parents and I have previously had a good repour which automatically helps with the community relationship. We have to help new teachers learn how to build the repour and gain the support of parents and community.
Heather Woolson
48:55
100% Ramon
Heather Whitley
49:06
one of the best years, too
Heather Whitley
49:13
creating more relationships
F May Le Roy
49:14
Love the Teaching Academy where students are nurtured to become educators!
Shenise Houser-Tyson
49:15
Being transparent and relatable is awesome Ramon.
Dawn Person
49:15
Fantastic sharing Ramon!
Marcella Munoz
49:27
In our ‘Career Day’ in school we have never included a Teacher! I can't believe we missed encouraging our Profession! I now have a thought on who to include! Thanks
Coreen Pinkerton
49:32
Yes, I think it was harder than teaching virtually!
Dawn Person
49:35
Yessah!
Marcia Karls
49:46
Agree..
Kathleen Moore
49:49
Yes, Ramon --a challenging time. We are in a crises --educators are leaving the profession 🥲
Sandra Ovalles
49:56
Yes!!! We are humans!!! Ramon, you are super!!!
Rama Devagupta
50:11
@RAMON - Yes. Our students become our children!!! They become a part of our being.
Angela Cappucci
50:13
Students witness how teachers are disrespected in this country compared to other countries and many don’t see themselves being teachers.
Londra Hunter
50:17
NBCT is a harvest of the best staunch advocates for educators and education
Joseph German
50:18
None of this "Teaching Community" talk is discussing inviting policy-makers into the classroom. And I think we might say that such invitations would be larger, more rare, and more distant opportunites for expanding the Teaching Community.
Marcia Karls
50:29
Great stories .. to connect.
Dawn Person
50:29
Absolutely! Great Motto!
Consuelo Johnson
50:44
Great statement! Many need to realize that, to really understand that comment.
Angel Afolabi
50:54
It is a great motto!
Bill Mezzano
51:09
Excellent point about how we carry this home with us. This can be difficult for non-education spouses to understand which can lead to unfortunate conflict
Lauren Moseley
51:16
How can we foster healthy boundaries as teachers so we can have empathy or our student without burning out?
Lenore Patalina
51:21
Vocabulary word for my incoming kindergarten class "Human"..
Holly McVaigh
51:32
Me too...on the quotes in my room and Nelson Mandela!
Anna Quezada
51:36
@Lauren good question.
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
51:54
Where does Ramon teach?
Laura Benedetto (she/her)
52:26
Ramon teaches high school Biology, AP Biology, and Dual Enrollment Biology at Del Valle High School in El Paso, TX.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
52:37
Please be encouraged to add questions to the Q+A box! We want to make sure the panelists see them!! Thank you!!
Susan Lopez
52:45
I put an inspirational quote for students on the board every day.
Laura Pugh
52:54
<3
Dawn Person
52:59
Absolutely!!!!
Jennifer Bartoli
53:00
That is amazing!
Senetria Blocker
53:04
That's awesome.
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
53:04
Ugh Claudine!! 🥰
Londra Hunter
53:08
Teachers are grassroots
John Hill
53:08
Representation is so important.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
53:09
Awesome story!
Lauren Moseley
53:18
That’s awesome! We are our ancestors’ wildest dream!
Angela Alston
53:24
@Marlys Frisby, I think with zoom and Google Meet, schools should really rethink timeframes for having council meetings, IEPs, and other meetings involving parents. No reason why meetings cannot be in the early or late evenings or weekends. Administration at schools need to be more accommodating in that area.
Kathleen Moore
53:26
Lead by example 😍
Karen Pardue
53:29
Wow! You really don't know who is watching you in a positive way.
Marie Germaine
53:32
With gentrification it is hard to get certain community members to embrace our community and to send their own children to our local public school. Many communities are having this same struggle.
Consuelo Johnson
53:34
There is always someone watching.
Joel London
53:44
Let your light shine!
Dawn Person
53:52
Your sharing and teaching. Thank you!
Londra Hunter
54:08
Congratulations Dr. Denson
Shenise Houser-Tyson
54:09
Come on with it Dr. Denson!
Eunice Bonaparte
54:12
Mentoring in place 🙂 to people you may never meet 🙂
Karen Pardue
54:15
I may be putting some quotes from the speakers in my classroom!
Cassandra Smith
54:23
I have a words of wisdom wall and share a daily quote with students. Always trying to inspire students to be their absolute best
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
54:30
Lead On Dr. Denson!
Anna-Marie Booth
54:30
Kudos to Dr. Denson! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
54:39
Congratulations, Dr. Denson!!!😃
Michelle Accardi
54:40
🙌
Dawn Person
54:42
Congratulations! Your inspiring!
Londra Hunter
54:43
I am going to Ga tomorrow.
Brigitte Tennis
54:46
I have students online, so I will be back later!
Anna-Marie Booth
54:49
Keep teaching, Dr Denson!👍🏽
Kiarica Smith
54:53
Amazing!!! Congrats!
Jennifer Bartoli
54:57
I love that!
Angel Afolabi
55:08
Say it, Dr. Denison!
Josie Barrett
55:10
So inspiring!! I love that!
Anna-Marie Booth
55:11
Time to clone Dr Denson! 😊
Marcella Munoz
55:12
🤩
Sharon Zeller
55:13
That is awesome!
Eunice Bonaparte
55:18
Exactly! We always said that in NYC - we are teaching our future doctors, dentists, nurses, firemen, etc
Dawn Person
55:19
We need productive citizens in this world. YES!!!!
Victor Hamilton
55:20
All four(4) of you are inspirational and real. Thank you.
Shelley Singer
55:23
Well said, Dr. Denson!!
Bill Mezzano
55:26
Dr. Denson, you are incredible!!
Marianne de Jong
55:28
Such wisdom Dr. Denson!!!
Shawn Vinson
55:32
That's Powerful...Dr. Denson!🤩
Rittu Sharma
55:33
teacher is like a gardener who has to take care of every single plant with love and tenderness by infusing all his capabilities and knowlwdge
Lauren Moseley
55:38
Dr. Denson! 🙏🏽 That’s amazing!!!
Valerie Harrison
55:42
Yes! They are our future!
Cindy Black
55:45
I finally got my zoom to work...YAY!!!
Allison Mann
55:46
🤩 true rock stars
Rama Devagupta
55:50
@Claudine - I use quotes in my classroom daily. They are indeed very powerful.
Jennifer Palo
55:53
I love the energy and charisma!
Annika White
55:54
Well said, Dr. Denson!
Leslie Chorzempa
55:55
that is 1000% true
Caitlyn Reighley
55:57
This session has surpassed my expectations. You guys are amazing!
Angela Alston
55:59
I hate when people say “Are you still teaching?”
Anna Quezada
56:01
so good @RITTU
Leslie Bukowski
56:05
After the year we've had (or years), it is so nice to hear someone passionate about the teaching profession. I am not alone!
Angel Afolabi
56:23
I just love your passion Dr. Denson!
Peggy Brookins, NBCT
56:25
👏🏾❤️
Althea Brown
56:31
Please note that I will be switching from my cell phone to my laptop. please let me in. Thank you. Althea Brown
Dawn Person
56:39
I’m glade to be amongst so much passion and great leaders in the education systems.
Heavenly Montgomery
56:39
Dr. Denson was my cohort leader. Join our GA Network! Georgia Teacher Leader Consortium. @GANBCTnet 🙌🏾 Be a change agent!
Erica Dallas
57:03
We need to prepare them for future endeavors that impacts the world! Way to go Dr. Denson.
Shayla Jester
57:10
Love the connection we had during the pandemic and I still have tried to keep it afterwords
Marcia Karls
57:14
Amazon was great during pandemic..I could send materials to students.
Terrie Bodey
57:30
In CTE, we serve business/industry
Lisa Smith
57:38
survey of effectiveness
Jonathan Estey
57:41
By getting actively involved in our educators' unions!
Gail Sardoni
57:44
Finding resources to address student needs
Jill Turner
57:48
Feedback from school community through survey
Rama Devagupta
57:50
I was never a social media person. But I am now taking baby steps to share things on social media to elevate our profession as teachers.
Londra Hunter
57:55
The needs of student exposure and resources necessary that can be filled by connections is one way I choose with whom to connect.
Kay Bacetich
57:56
By student needs
Kim Wood
57:57
@terrie YES we do! Fellow CTE Teacher
Rustie Robison
57:57
We need to be talking about what we CAN do and not what we CANT do!
Kathleen MacLaughlin
57:59
The purpose is always to build relationships to ensure students do well and learn.
Sandra Ames
58:00
How are we the best for our community.?
Brandy Vickery
58:14
I zoomed regularly in 2020.
Esther Guerra
58:20
As as a CTE educator, we do collaborative work with non-profits every year.
Doug Alexander
58:26
Lead professional development... as well as community education events.
Nancy Lee
58:31
Reaching out to the community can be frustrating and rewarding both
Melody Shafer
58:33
Look for people in the community to bring into the classroom.
Andrea Van Eaton
58:43
Our community needs to see the positive side of teaching so much so that it overwhelms the public mindset of what teaching is/what teachers are
Cindy Black
58:43
I think the surveys we do with the community and especially parents help us to see where those connections are strong and where we need to connect more.
Mackenzie O'Connor
58:44
to meet students' needs, to encourage their success
Leslie Bukowski
58:45
One thing that I've really enjoyed is our PLC time every day. We build relationship as a department and challenge each other to reach out to the community. I would encourage teachers to go to different events by planning a meal connected to it. We worked on building connections through our lessons. And that accountability system helps us to not just reach out for a week but for a year.
Meagan Jackson
58:58
We can work with others at our school to bring ideas together for what our community needs
Anthony Sanders
59:00
Sponsor clubs: I sponsor our Chess and Checkers club, for example. My principal said that just developing that opportunity for our students was something others didn't believe could take hold at our school.
Linda Holkup
59:01
Be available to help other educators -help mentor new teachers
Londra Hunter
59:23
Amen
Leslie Barger
59:31
By collaborating with other teachers and community leaders, teachers can best support students' learning needs.
Esther Guerra
59:31
I am trying to build a program for my AV students in which they can work as a video production company, and collaborate with their clients to make quality videos
Selena Ross-Miranda
59:40
Become a school sponsor for a particular club or organization to allow students to participate in activities inside and outside of the learning environment.
Anthony Sanders
59:41
I also sponsor our "It's Academic" club. We'll be competing in the televised version next year--something our school has not done for five years.
Paula Watkins
59:44
How do we shift the narrative away from the negative without disregarding teachers' lived and real negative experiences and not contributing to toxic positivity?
Consuelo Johnson
59:46
Be yourself and let your students and community members get to know who you are.
Robin Myers
59:46
I usually gather information from my students and try to introduce them to the community that interests them or at least think about who might be able to help them or introduce them to something new. Knowing my students is the key component so that I can arrange community introductions for them.
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
59:48
🙌🏾 Yes Ramon!
Philip Tschirhart
59:48
Adm. Halsey once said if you are in command, command. Maybe that can be updated to say if you are in command, lead.
Rama Devagupta
59:56
@Ramon - How lovely. Very delgihted to hear. I lead our Science Club and my students want to do experiments for which I have been writing grants.
Cindy Black
59:58
By looking at where we need to grow stronger we will have a better chance of making those connections. It starts by being visible in the community and showing that sense of community and pride in your school.
Trisha Vertner
01:00:00
I think the first step is to make sure to not just build relationships with your students, but also their family members. Encourage our colleagues to do the same. When we know our students' parents opportunities will come.
Esther Guerra
01:00:03
We will start off small scale with the school, then work our way with the community in their school district.
Laleh Ghotbi
01:00:24
I am a teacher of color and I went through many challenges to become a teacher in America. If we need more diversity among our teachers, we need to support them. This is my story https://utah-teacher-fellows-podcast.simplecast.com/episodes/laleh-ghotbi-overcoming-the-barriers-in-america-uyqkTfLo
Magnolia Neal
01:00:25
@Ramon.... amazing
Cindy Black
01:00:42
Our local police force hosts a meet and greet in the city park to help connect with our students and get to know them better.
Anna Quezada
01:00:42
wow
Angel Afolabi
01:00:47
Advocacy is so important to foster life long relationships within our teaching communities. They must know that we are there for them in all capacities in and out of the classroom.
Matt Dorsett
01:00:49
Visiting the Chamber of Commerce in the community to network and meet business leaders for CTE
Theresa Gaetjens
01:00:52
I would love for my school to have an end-of-year learning celebration. Hoping to get this started this coming year!
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
01:00:53
All. Together. Stronger. All. Together. Greater. This is the mantra we use to support growth of teacher leadership, the promotion of accomplished teaching practices, and the building of professional networking and learning.
Dana Busenbark
01:01:19
Y'all are talking about clubs. I wanted to get Destination Imagination started when I was on the rez, but it never happened. I don't know if y'all have heard about it, but it is a STEM related thing and encompasses many class disciplines
Tina Hill
01:01:19
Incorporate more social activities after school to include parents and community members.
Dana Busenbark
01:01:34
I am hoping to bring DI to ASDB if they don't already have it
Pamela Cromer
01:01:34
My schools have been in very small, close-knit communities. The businesses and local leaders have always supported and worked closely with our school leaders. Planning of events, school and community, are many times collaboratively planned to provide for the greatest possible involvement and attendance.
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
01:01:38
I am glad to be All. Together with this team and the chat folks, too!
Reginald Mathis
01:01:45
Invite members from the community-give that stake-holder a chance to give back
Londra Hunter
01:01:57
Leaders get involved
Heather Woolson
01:02:03
I started the Student Voice & Action Council at my Title 1 school. It was amazing for our students of color, especially our girls who ended up getting involved with county leadership programs. We threw a community block party and obtained sponsors for itsuch as NAACP
Heather Woolson
01:02:08
*it such
Amy Stout
01:02:24
literally to just get involved.
Dawn Raschke
01:02:28
How do you manage your time? Amazing
Kay Bacetich
01:02:29
Leadership needs to center focus on responding to a specific and important issue/need. Service Leadership is the only relevant function that builds connection. Too often, we choose or impose leaders by means that does not select for this quality.
Danielle Staten
01:02:32
Model of lifelong learningI agree with Mrs. James to show how important education is as a spokesman for education.
Cindy Black
01:02:40
You have to be visible and involved.
Angela Cappucci
01:02:42
Teachers lead with their hearts.
Ramon Benavides
01:02:54
education the great equalizer
Shenise Houser-Tyson
01:02:56
Exposure and experience for the students comes from great leadership.
Doretha Allen
01:03:05
If we aren't at the table, we are on the menu
Cindy Black
01:03:25
I like that Doretha Allen...
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:03:31
That part Doretha!
Rama Devagupta
01:03:37
I teach in my neighboring school district. I ran for the school board in 2019. First time that a nonwhite person campaigned for our school board. Made it through the primary. Although I did not win, there was a difference of 9% points against the incumbent. I made my presence known.
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:03:49
Right, Dr. Allen. It is OUR table...we can't keep waiting for invitations.
Doretha Allen
01:03:49
say that!!!!
Christopher Olson
01:04:14
Please add that Robert Frost Quote to the presentation somewhere!!!
Pamela Cromer
01:04:22
Yes, John! Too many times in the past teachers have not had a voice.
Doretha Allen
01:04:22
@Rama, you will be back@
Annice Benamy
01:04:41
New Jersey Education Association has a program called Pride in Public Education that gives grants to local associations to create programs to bring families and the community into the schools to build bridges - either in person or virtual. I have chaired this committee at both the local and county level to bring everyone together to see all the good work everyone does. It is a very successful program.
Angela Marhefka
01:04:48
Vocal Visible Vigilant
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:05:05
Robert Frost: “I am not a teacher, but an awakener.”
Magnolia Neal
01:05:16
Wow, John!!! What an amazing idea!
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
01:05:24
Amen John Arthur!
Lauren Moseley
01:05:41
I love it!! Show up for teachers!!
Adrienne Rozier
01:05:44
Yes people want to be taught.
Shayla Jester
01:05:45
So true John Arthur
Daphne Brown
01:05:50
I like that John!!
Doretha Allen
01:05:50
Love that!!!
Cindy Black
01:05:53
Yes! It works both ways.
Shawn Vinson
01:05:58
Teacher Leaders need to be present in their communities as well as in the classroom to help build relationships with families, employers and all stakeholders...
Amber Mattatall
01:05:58
🙌
Dawn Person
01:06:01
Yes, Mr. Arthur
Eunice Bonaparte
01:06:02
Love the garden vision
Amy Stout
01:06:02
wow, love that!
Jennifer Bartoli
01:06:04
Very true ,John
Angela Cappucci
01:06:07
Bring the community in the classroom!
Levin Aiken
01:06:11
I start with establishing a one-on-one relationship with each of the students. Reaching out to families as partners in helping our students be successful is the next step. Inviting other community leaders and members to speak into our classroom helps students understand how important they are as future leaders. Establishing a positive home-school partnership is essential.
Shelley Singer
01:06:12
Right on, John!
Rama Devagupta
01:06:29
Love what you said
Londra Hunter
01:06:34
brief answers and teachers are not synonymous lol
Adrienne Rozier
01:06:36
Yes that is very important. We need to be healthy.
Leonor Rayteran
01:06:45
Thank you John
Nancy Henkes
01:07:00
How?
Jennifer Yohe
01:07:02
How can I make the biggest impact?
Shelly Carman
01:07:08
Time management
Laura Pugh
01:07:09
Who is willing and what needs could be met?
Jason Mroz
01:07:10
The question always seems to be time! How do you find the time to balance all the spinning plates of not only the duties of a teacher but also personal lives like having a family.
Madeline Cutchin
01:07:13
College & Ready Fair at the school would be a great way to involve the community.
David Navarette
01:07:14
How do you recommend someone start to reach out to local businesses?
Robin Myers
01:07:14
How can this best serve my students? How can this help my students in their future?
Althea Brown
01:07:16
Where to find the time to be efficient?
Rania Zarour
01:07:16
connection with the parents
Gwendolyn Dean
01:07:18
How can someone who moved into a small community get invited to the table?
Magnolia Neal
01:07:18
We need to find the time and commit to one community activity.
Tyeesha Pruitt
01:07:19
Is my school better because I am there?
Gloria Whitehurst
01:07:20
Partnerships
Susan Lopez
01:07:21
Time management.
Leslie Chorzempa
01:07:22
How do you get parents to realize they are STILL an important role in their middle schoolers education.
Marcia Karls
01:07:23
Where to focus first?
Shayla Jester
01:07:25
What is the most effective thing I can do?
Marcia West
01:07:26
How and where do I begin to best serve?
Erica Tate
01:07:27
How do we get past the grumblers?
Amy Stout
01:07:27
how to get buy in from parents
Kelley Trivette
01:07:28
Reaching parents in high school
Doug Alexander
01:07:30
How do we change the minds of colleagues? district? community?\
Kathleen Pickard
01:07:30
How do you get the administration to get on board?
Cindy Black
01:07:31
How can the community meet the needs to the students?
Keitha Burnett
01:07:32
Who is our audience?
Kathleen MacLaughlin
01:07:32
How do we get inform community members about what we do?
John Hill
01:07:32
time management is vital
Sarah Smith
01:07:33
Teamwork
Philip Tschirhart
01:07:35
What skills should I connect with that would be most relevant to my subject?
Dori Smith
01:07:37
How to progress when not everyone is on board? and How to find the time to complete all that is needed?
Angel Afolabi
01:07:37
Where do I stand within my community?
Lisa Smith
01:07:39
What are the needs? What resources do we have? Who can be a champion for our cause?
Judith Tutor
01:07:39
partnerships
Rachel O'Callaghan
01:07:40
Time management and the needs of the community!
Jill Turner
01:07:40
How do we get beyond the connections that are already associated with education?
Erica Kinney
01:07:41
Who are our stakeholders? How will the groups with the least representation/voice be impacted?
Victor Hamilton
01:07:42
Each of you are preacher teachers and that's a good thing.
Adrienne Rozier
01:07:43
What can I do increase independence.
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
01:07:44
Always looking for the magic word wand to inspire community folks to support teacher learning and Board Certification!
Londra Hunter
01:07:44
How can we all work together for an expected end and give equity to all involved?
Aaron Robinson
01:07:45
Collaboration
Laleh Ghotbi
01:07:46
What are some ways that teachers of colors can connect with white parents who are biased?
Gregory Brown
01:07:46
How much SEL models do you use?
Dana Busenbark
01:07:49
Unfortunately, I am having to start over with a brand new community. I moved on Saturday to Tucson, so I know nothing of my community here yet.
Brandy Vickery
01:07:49
How do I find out what my community needs?
Annice Benamy
01:07:49
It takes a lot of time to bring the community into the schools. Teamwork and time management are so important. And you have to have teacher buy-in.
Theresa Gaetjens
01:07:51
How can I better support our young teachers, so that they remain in the profession?
Leslie Barger
01:07:51
How will the connection benefits students? How can teachers better connect with parents?
Shayla Jester
01:07:53
How can I get busy parents to buy into what we are doing?
Bill Mezzano
01:07:54
How do I find the time to be more involved in the community while being there for my students, wife, and 4 children?
Cindy Black
01:07:55
Team work is vital. You need people who are all in.
Megan Ziegler
01:07:56
How to maintain health while saying yes to more connections and opportunities
Mackenzie O'Connor
01:08:00
who can I invite into my classroom (connections to curriculum)
Artis Wheatley
01:08:01
availability of parents, time, language support
Terrie Bodey
01:08:01
How can the community connection benefit BOTH the school/students AND the business/industry? If the community gets nothing (or perceives they get nothing), the partnership will collapse before any meaningful outcomes are produced.
Melody Shafer
01:08:02
What are the top ways to maximize buy-in?
Allison Mann
01:08:02
How do I impact each students' learning?
Paula Watkins
01:08:04
Bring in voices from margins, especially the underserved population.
Magnolia Neal
01:08:11
Yes, Claudine James!
Anna Quezada
01:08:12
wow! Legacy that is good!
Deisy Nicholson
01:08:13
All of you conclude about my belief that: our kids need to be educated and formed not informed about content only.
Heather Woolson
01:08:14
@Bill I second that question!
Andrea Van Eaton
01:08:17
What methods do you use to reach your community to engage them to become involved in the education of the children, especially for those who feel they aren't a stakeholder (i.e. don't have children, etc.)
Pamela Cromer
01:08:31
How do assist parents who are working, single parents be more involved when their time is already spread so thin?
Joel London
01:08:31
How are we going to continue to find room in our agenda to do these wonderful things?
Dawn Person
01:08:38
Healthy people talk to people, therefore we must make connection with academic, social-emotional and sharing.
Pamela Cromer
01:08:43
we
Paula Watkins
01:08:47
@Andrea Check out the book Street Data by Shane Safir and Dr. Jamila Dugan!
Althea Brown
01:08:56
You learn from everyone. Some what to do and some what not to do. (Abraham Lincoln)
Dawn Person
01:09:04
We must remember life isn’t about you it’s about others.
Dawn Raschke
01:09:06
How can you reach everyone?
Noreen Price
01:09:07
I am leaving my PC and connecting to an iPhone.
Kiarica Smith
01:09:25
To leverage connections and community, ask those we serve what they need, but don't stop there. Be intentional in meeting the need so that all stake holders can thrive and feel fulfilled ane purpose drivenn
Cindy Black
01:09:34
Yes. Relationships have to be formed.
Andrea Van Eaton
01:09:38
@Paula - thanks!
Dawn Person
01:09:44
Testimony save
Marie Davis
01:09:54
I'm always questioning new ways to reach the community and students...every year is different and it is important to always grow and challenge yourself to do more
Nancy Henkes
01:09:54
I have one priority: Love the kids.
Robin Becton
01:09:56
I'm with John and Rachel that mentioned Time Management
Paula Watkins
01:09:57
Making connections with students and community starts with our own self-actualization
Amy Aronstein
01:09:58
Get to know the community, make the connections that are real. Food is a commonality...have a school event to which you invite the entire community ; hosted by the community with our families...share stories and events which are current at school.
Jaspreet Choudhary
01:10:01
wao so powerful !
Shayleen Mallick
01:10:03
How can we change the mindset of people that think teaching is not an elite career or just a path to administration?
Kim Wood
01:10:05
Being real with community and students. Build strength in my connections
Stephanie M Santiago Santiago
01:10:22
Wow that’s great!
Mary Pinkston
01:10:27
Two questions come to mind: 1) Are various methods encouraged when making connections? 2) What type of relationship with building administration needs to be in place to support the teachers' efforts?
Angel Afolabi
01:10:29
Sharing lived experiences is so important to building connections in our learning communities.
Tan-A Hoffman
01:10:31
snaps!!
Erica Tate
01:10:54
This is awesome! I am so blessed to be on you team, a member in the tribe of awakeners ☺️
Angel Afolabi
01:10:57
Well said,
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:11:00
@Shayleen- I agree that it's about mindset.
Luisa Camacho
01:11:01
How can we make sure we are impacting all the demographics we are serving?
Dawn Person
01:11:01
Testimonies, share and remember we are all resources to help and guide our future generation.
Kimberly Quick-Blount
01:11:05
Awesome!
Dawn Autaubo
01:11:13
Well stated , Jon!
Jaspreet Choudhary
01:11:14
Thank you!
Leslie Bukowski
01:11:22
I've been blessed to have two different teachers come to our school who I taught. Both said they because teachers because I inspired them to do so. That is the greatest joy I've ever felt as an educator.
Angela Cappucci
01:11:31
Emphasize “equitable literacy” in the classroom
Wendy Mathre
01:11:34
Thank you, this was awesome
Dawn Person
01:11:35
Blessing to all presented today!
Adrienne Rozier
01:11:36
Absolutely!
Doretha Allen
01:11:39
This was empowering! I am charged up! Thank you all.
Teresa Watkins
01:11:42
You guys have gotten me fired up! Thank you!
Meagan Jackson
01:11:55
Don’t always assume you’re right
Michelle Crumm
01:12:00
Listen to everyones story
Rustie Robison
01:12:09
You have to grow with the students!!!!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:12:10
+100 Doretha and Teresa
CARRIE Johnson
01:12:12
John Arthur is so inspiring! I recently brought teachers I coach to observe him in the classroom and we left with our minds buzzing full of ideas to better meet our student needs! :-)
Hanne Denney
01:12:13
Find friends and be a friend.
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
01:12:14
Thank you all for sharing your inspiring stories!
Marlys Frisby
01:12:14
build relationships, take care of yourself
Lauren Parnell
01:12:17
@teresa Yes! Same for me!
Angella
01:12:19
Think of themselves as an awakener.
Jaspreet Choudhary
01:12:22
Learn from each other and be a life long learner
Robin Bias
01:12:22
Never take any connection for granted
Leslie Bukowski
01:12:23
Always look at and listen to the community. Do not fall into the trap of always interacting the way that is comfortable to you or teach the way you were taught.
Shawn Vinson
01:12:27
You can reach others by creating opportunities for purposeful collaborations, PTA meetings, parent support groups, communities workforce activities job shadowing, Mentor/Mentee programs, attending school board meetings etc.
Terrie Bodey
01:12:30
I'm a CT admin now, so my task is to support teachers as they connect with their community - finances, time, etc.
Pamela Cromer
01:12:35
When students know you care about them outside the classroom, they will care in the classroom.
Annice Benamy
01:12:36
Be open-minded, bring as many stakeholders to the table, build relationships with the families and community.
Susan Lopez
01:12:36
Thank you for sharing.
Kim Wood
01:12:36
You all said it well....Quality Teach/ Train and provide resources/ Motivate students and other teachers
Gloria Whitehurst
01:12:45
Be KIND to yourself and Be KIND to others!
Cindy Black
01:12:46
Keep learning everyday with your students. Never stop learning and keep growing.
Robin Myers
01:12:53
Thank you all for inspiring us!
Philip Tschirhart
01:12:54
relationships exponentiate
T Winkler
01:12:59
👏🏾👏🏾🙏🏾
Laura Pugh
01:13:00
Amen! Understanding the mission is so crucial!
Esther Guerra
01:13:03
Listen to the feedback that you get from your students.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:13:10
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Stephanie M Santiago Santiago
01:13:14
Build a healthy relationship with others.
Amy Brown
01:13:16
Don't be afraid to ASK. Ask about someone's story, ask for help, ask for resources, ask for someone to join your journey/mission/cause
Laleh Ghotbi
01:13:18
Please treat your BIPOC teachers as equals. They worked even harder to be in this profession and need support not judgments from their fellow colleagues.
Shayla Jester
01:13:20
Building those relationships are very important. Find quality educators who you can reflect with and listen and share with them.
Bobbie Lynn Weir
01:13:25
@Claudine, thank you for the reminder to stay focused and believe in your direction.
Matt Dorsett
01:13:31
Be sure to support students in your school/community and what best practices can you share that supports their dreams?
Esther Guerra
01:13:33
Never stop learning!
Kerry Krawczyk
01:13:33
This session was awesome. It has fired me up for this upcoming school year. Thank you for sharing your insights!
Jennifer Palo
01:13:36
Ground your commitment with good energy and positivity!
Kimberly Quick-Blount
01:13:44
That happens ALOT unfortunately
CARRIE Johnson
01:13:50
The teachers I brought to observe in John's classroom recently are beginning their National Board journey this year.
Shelley Singer
01:13:52
WOW! How wrong she was!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:13:54
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:13:55
Wow, that is ironic!
Sarah Smith
01:13:55
Wow I am so sorry to hear.
Londra Hunter
01:14:01
You are a super leader Claudine
Dawn Person
01:14:02
Never let anyone steal your joy.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:14:02
Claudine - I had a similar experience.... coming to teaching after a corporate career. I ignored the “coach”.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:03
Same thing happened to me. We proved them wrong. 🙌🏽
Dana Busenbark
01:14:06
Claudine I'm right there with you. My FIRST YEAR of teaching, I kept getting told, "you should just quit. you should just quit.” and since then I have gotten NBCT, and next may will graduate with my Master's Degree.
Magnolia Neal
01:14:14
I agree 100% Claudine!
Amy Aronstein
01:14:21
we also learn from non-examples
Kim Wood
01:14:24
I share that same experience..but it was a principal
Anna Quezada
01:14:25
Same happened to me! Wow..!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:26
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Bill Mezzano
01:14:27
That’s terrible, they need to see your TikTok 🙂
Londra Hunter
01:14:28
Party with the Rock Stars
Sandra Ovalles
01:14:28
Claudine, so happy you ignore that teacher.
Eunice Bonaparte
01:14:28
No one can stop you when you know your purpose 🙂
Dana Busenbark
01:14:29
It was my supervisor telling me I should just quit.
Kimberly Quick-Blount
01:14:32
I was told I should look into another profession by a professor who was the director at that time of the Ed Dept.
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:33
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Amy Stout
01:14:35
I had a similar experience and it really put me in a bad place. I am flourishing now and so glad I did not listen!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:37
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:14:39
Thank you, Claudine!
Michelle Crumm
01:14:40
Love that advice!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:41
That what it means for us to own our profession.
diane Newell
01:14:42
Teach and learn how to use consensus when reflecting on and planning for school-wide decisions
Leslie Barger
01:14:43
Stay positive and spread positive attitudes among students and colleagues to help motivate others.
Gail Morris
01:14:45
Amen!
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
01:14:45
Every experience leads to growth, Ms. Claudine, you are an example of making the most of all feedback. I am so glad you shared this and that you moved on and UP!
Annika White
01:14:45
Adversity can really fuel your rocket!
Kawana Ringold
01:14:47
Amen
Sharon Zeller
01:14:47
Excellent advice! You are all just sensational!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:48
Please make sure you get the copy of the survey!
Angel Afolabi
01:14:50
I am so glad that you did not let her deter you Claudine!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:50
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Leslie Bukowski
01:14:52
That made me tear up, Claudine. What amazing advice.
Cindy Black
01:14:53
I think we all have those moments where we fail and use that to learn from and gain strength from. Teachers can be very resilient. Always remember why you do this.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:54
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Susan Knighton
01:14:55
Wow! But I have gotten this from others too - I just keep working away and I know that the National Board candidacy has made me stronger!
Shayla Jester
01:14:59
Use negativity to drive you in a positive way.
Shawn Vinson
01:15:00
Claudine I love that you used that block as a ladder...☺️
Carrie Carrie Morales
01:15:03
I agree surround yourself with teachers with the same mindset and love of teaching that you have.
Marcella Munoz
01:15:08
You are a ‘RockStar’ Claudine!!!
Anna-Marie Booth
01:15:10
Think of those the profession has lost due to such negative imput!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:15:12
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Luisa Camacho
01:15:12
Well Said!!
Dawn Raschke
01:15:13
There are some that do not know how to GROW her teacher
Taylor Belvedere
01:15:14
Awesome advice!!!!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:15:16
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Anna-Marie Booth
01:15:16
input
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:15:17
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Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:15:23
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Victor Hamilton
01:15:26
Claudine, thank you for sharing your pain that has lead to such wonderful gain.
Jayne Masden
01:15:31
Thank you all for your honesty and sharing the love of teaching that you have.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:15:32
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Angel Afolabi
01:15:33
Seize all opportunities! Great advice!
William Toney
01:15:43
Thank you for sharing,
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:15:53
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Theresa Wiggins
01:15:54
Lost connecttion
Barbara Edwards
01:15:56
The 4 of you have such inspiring messages and stories. Thank you.
Shelley Singer
01:15:58
@Dana, that is awesome to hear! Congrats to you as well.
Doretha Allen
01:16:05
yesssss
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
01:16:08
Way to go, Ramon!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:08
Yesssss Ramon!!!
Rustie Robison
01:16:10
Same, Ramon!
Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:16:12
yes!!!
Peggy Brookins, NBCT
01:16:15
Yes, Ramon!
Erica Tate
01:16:17
Me too!
Anna-Marie Booth
01:16:17
Onward Ramon!
Shelley Singer
01:16:21
Uou go, Ramon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We need you in NBCT
Adrienne Rozier
01:16:22
When you teach, teach for where you want your students to go or be. What is the outcome you want for your students
Kathleen MacLaughlin
01:16:22
Do it!!
Philip Tschirhart
01:16:23
nice
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:26
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Annika White
01:16:28
Great news!
Pamela Hamilton
01:16:30
Do it @Ramon!
Kelley Trivette
01:16:32
Thank you all so much!
Sandra Ovalles
01:16:32
You are all rock stars!!!
Marcia Karls
01:16:32
Yes..share the trip.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:16:32
Do it, Ramon!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:33
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Ashley Sexton-Radney
01:16:34
Thank you!
Esther Guerra
01:16:35
Thank you!
Theresa Wiggins
01:16:36
Thank you guys so much!!!
Caitlin Wilson
01:16:37
Thank you all for sharing your stories!
Josie Barrett
01:16:38
Absolutely! Well said!
Barbara Edwards
01:16:39
You can do it Ramon! You got this! Sign up today!
Jonathan Estey
01:16:39
thank you!
Judith Tutor
01:16:40
thank you!!!
Erica Tate
01:16:40
🙏🏽
Mary Borkowski
01:16:40
Ramon, you go for it! You will love the journey to become an NBCT!
Kristin Wood
01:16:40
Thank you!
Shayla Jester
01:16:42
Thank you everyone!!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:42
We've got you, Ramon!
Sandra Jones
01:16:42
Great testimonies!
Jessica Prayer
01:16:43
Thank you all!
Jessica Pantle
01:16:44
thank you!
Angella
01:16:44
Thank you
Analine Acosta
01:16:45
Thank you for sharing your very inspiring and powerful words
Peggy Brookins, NBCT
01:16:46
Thank you so much!!!!!
Angel Afolabi
01:16:46
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽Great news Ramon!
T Winkler
01:16:46
Thank you all for yourcandid stories
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:48
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Stacey Reed
01:16:48
Thank you!
Josie Barrett
01:16:49
Thank you!!
Bobbie Lynn Weir
01:16:50
Did I miss the sign-in sheet?
Gwendolyn Dean
01:16:50
Thank you for the encouragement.
Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:16:50
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Marcia Karls
01:16:50
Thank you this was awesome.
Matt Dorsett
01:16:50
👏
Laurel Dumont
01:16:52
Thank you all so much! A great session.
Latia Bracy
01:16:52
Thank you!
Marianne de Jong
01:16:52
Thank you for all the inspiration, awesome
Rebekah Fuss
01:16:53
What a great presentation! Thank you!
Alexis Cortez
01:16:53
Thank you!!!
kimberley colasante
01:16:53
thank you
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:53
Thank you all for an amazing session.
Alison Dunn
01:16:55
Thank you, this was wonderful!
Anna-Marie Booth
01:16:55
Inspiring panel! 👍🏽👏🏽
Kathleen Dopkin
01:16:55
Thank you so much!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:57
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Eunice Bonaparte
01:16:57
You are all awesome - thank you!!!
Holly Rang
01:16:57
Thank you!
Consuelo Johnson
01:16:57
Thank you so much to all of you!!
Kay Bacetich
01:16:59
Thank you!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:16:59
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Karen Pardue
01:16:59
Thank you!
Julieta Dixon
01:17:01
Thank you so much!!1
Shenise Houser-Tyson
01:17:01
Thank you all!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:02
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Shawn Vinson
01:17:02
Thank you All!
Annice Benamy
01:17:03
Thank you so much for motivating me out of burnout. I can't wait to start planning this summer for the Fall.
Leonor Rayteran
01:17:04
Thank you all
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:06
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Kathleen Moore
01:17:06
Thank you 😊
Kathryn Waibel
01:17:07
Thank you all for sharing your love for teaching and experience!
Pamela Hamilton
01:17:07
Thank you!
Theresa Gaetjens
01:17:07
Thank you to our 3 panelists! Thanks for the inspiration!!
Paul Woods
01:17:09
Thank You
Rittu Sharma
01:17:10
thanks you all !
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:10
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Sandra Ovalles
01:17:11
Thank you for your inspiration!!!
JANET DOUGLAS
01:17:13
Thank you for your words of inspiration!
Londra Hunter
01:17:14
Sweet
Kawana Ringold
01:17:14
Thank you so much. Very inspiring.
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:17
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Jennifer Palo
01:17:18
Thank you panelists!
Doretha Allen
01:17:19
hahahahahaha
Regina Babin
01:17:20
Thank you for all the wisdom you have given us!
Judith Tutor
01:17:20
👏🏆awesomeness
Sandra Casimir
01:17:25
Thank you so much!!!!!
Mary Borkowski
01:17:27
You all were awesome. and I like what each and every one of you brought to the conversation and the way you worked harmoniously!
Jennifer Bartoli
01:17:28
Thank you
Barbara Joann Combs
01:17:30
I love all the wisdom imparted. And I have a lot ri reflect on Thank you
Yalanda Salone
01:17:31
Thank you. My goal is to leave a legacy worth remembering.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:32
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Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:33
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Melody Shafer
01:17:34
This session was very inspiring and uplifting!
Kimberly Quick-Blount
01:17:35
Thanks for sharing your stories and time.
Londra Hunter
01:17:37
Amen Dr. Denson
Laleh Ghotbi
01:17:38
😄
Marcella Munoz
01:17:39
Thank you all sooo much for your motivation and inspiring narratives in your lives as Educators!
Monique Coles
01:17:40
👏
Shenise Houser-Tyson
01:17:42
Never burn bridges!
Sharon Zeller
01:17:43
Bravo, Dr. Denson!
Angela Alston
01:17:47
I love that Denson!
Shelley Singer
01:17:47
woohoo DOCTOR DENSON!
Deisy Nicholson
01:17:47
Thank you very much wonderful team for expressing your great love for teaching. We need tons of teachers like you in our schools. God bless you all.
Gloria Tabdi
01:17:47
Thank you for sharing all your experiences and what NBCT taught you to become passionate in teaching.
Esther Guerra
01:17:47
👏🏽
Kristi Cox
01:17:48
Thank You
Londra Hunter
01:17:48
Inspiration
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:17:49
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Paula Watkins
01:17:49
Hello @Danielle!!!!!!
MA. GLORIA KING
01:17:50
Thank you!
Ayana EnglishBrown
01:17:52
This was a fantastic panel. Thank you.
Kim Wood
01:17:53
Thank you
Bobbie Lynn Weir
01:17:56
Thank You....
Heavenly Montgomery
01:17:56
I love Dr. D!
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
01:17:57
Amen, Dr. Denson! I had a similar experience and did as you did!
Kina Melvin
01:17:58
Thank you!
Brenda Lamb
01:17:59
Love it!! Thank you all for your words of wisdom!!
mahealani yamashita
01:18:02
Mahalo! Thank you to you all! Blessings!
Theresa Wiggins
01:18:03
Can you put the survey in the chart box
Valerie Harrison
01:18:04
Thank you all for being so amazing! You all are truly inspiring!
Jacqueline Vizcaino
01:18:05
Love it! You are all amazing speakers and motivators!!!
Karlyn Brown
01:18:05
Thank you this was great!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:18:05
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Jacquelyn Allen
01:18:07
Excellent session!!
Amy Stout
01:18:08
I already did, lol!
Angel Afolabi
01:18:09
Thank you all. I truly enjoyed this session. I have been really inspired and energized to continue the journey!
Amelita Ross
01:18:09
Already do
Sheri Rosenberg
01:18:10
Thank you! You all were amazing! I hope all NBC meetings are as energetic and powerful!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:18:12
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Niki Dixon
01:18:13
Thank you all.
Sarah Smith
01:18:14
I am already following you ;)
Dawn Raschke
01:18:14
Thank You all for sharing
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:18:18
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Amy Stout
01:18:19
Thank you for your motivation!
Gayle Kraus
01:18:19
Thank you!
Brenda Lamb
01:18:19
Thank you all!
Chelley Quiambao
01:18:21
Already following you! =D
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:18:22
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Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:18:22
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Lauren Moseley
01:18:27
I’m following you Tic Tok teacher!!
Bridgette Wright
01:18:27
Thank you
Terrie Bodey
01:18:28
Thanks you! I appreciated this discussion.
Danielle Staten
01:18:30
Awesome
Angela Alston
01:18:31
Thanks for the time to reflect and gain some new insights.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:18:31
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Maritza Vakas
01:18:32
Thank you for your motivation, inspiration and enthusiasms. I'll continue w my NBCT.
William Toney
01:18:32
Thank you all!
Paige Smith
01:18:32
thank you
Monica Hall
01:18:33
Thank you so much!
Danielle Staten
01:18:35
Thank you!
Qingqing Cui
01:18:36
Thank you
Traci Schwing
01:18:36
Thank you!
Barbara Johnson
01:18:36
THANK YOU!
Sarah Smith
01:18:37
Thank you so much :)
Tania Peters
01:18:37
Thank you!
Dawn Person
01:18:37
What is the session
Stephanie Vazquez
01:18:37
Thanks! I got lots of helpful morsels to take with me!
Matt Dorsett
01:18:38
Thank you so much!
Angela Smith
01:18:39
Thank you!
Magnolia Neal
01:18:39
Thank you!
Heather Woolson
01:18:40
Thank you all so much!!
Lauren Parnell
01:18:41
Thank you!
Anna Quezada
01:18:42
so good!
Dawn Person
01:18:46
Thank you
Joseph Lin
01:18:47
Thank you all so much.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:18:47
Thank you, all!!
Elizabeth Aguilar
01:18:47
Thanks All!
Lauren Moseley
01:18:48
This was awesome!!!!
Estibaliz Leal
01:18:51
Thank you, extremely motivational.
Laleh Ghotbi
01:18:52
🙏
Adrienne Rozier
01:18:53
Thank you all!
Rania Zarour
01:18:54
thanks
Susan Lopez
01:18:55
Thanks again for everything. Have a great day!
Marcia West
01:18:56
Thank you, everyone. I have been encouraged and I know that I can do this. Connect and empower!
Tricia Hallman
01:18:56
This was wonderful! Thank you for all your inspiration.
Jessica Maloy
01:18:56
Thank you!
Jessica Grant
01:18:57
Thank you!!!
Josie Barrett
01:18:58
Thank you all so much!
Selena Ross-Miranda
01:18:58
Thank you all!
Christina Tully
01:18:58
thank you!
Stephanie M Santiago Santiago
01:18:58
Thank you so much! Amazing webinar.
Mandy Abe
01:19:03
Thanks!
Londra Hunter
01:19:04
Great session
Courtney Parker
01:19:04
Thank you for your time.
Victor Hamilton
01:19:04
Thank you.
F May Le Roy
01:19:05
Thanks!
Antonio Ontiveros
01:19:05
Thank you all so much. Stay safe.
Gail Morris
01:19:05
Thank you so Much! Hearing these stories motivates me so much! Please keep on doing well!
Alvin Michalewicz
01:19:06
Thank You
Margo Machuga
01:19:06
Thank you for the refreshing motivation!
Jacqueline Gorman
01:19:07
Thank You.