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National Board Academy CONNECT, REFLECT, and REIMAGINE: Framing Pivotal Moments in Education - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Bartoli
15:35
Good morning.
Anthony Sanders
15:37
Hello, everyone from Tony Sanders in beautiful K-Town, Maryland.
Sandra Ovalles
15:37
Good morning! Sandra Ovalles - Spanish - High School - SC - NBCT
Elizabeth Segovia
15:39
Good morning
Cassandra Smith
15:39
Cassandra Smith - 5th grade ELA - Illinois
James Sullivan
15:43
I’m James SullivanI teach in Las Vegas, NVGood morning
Michelle Crumm
15:44
Good morning! My name is Michelle Crumm. I teach kindergarten in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Cindy Black
15:44
Good Morning!
Dawn Kaminsky
15:45
Good morning!
Sharon Varghese
15:49
Good morning!
Ramzi Zarour
15:49
HiGood morning from SeattleMath certified
Kathrine Leanne Hering
15:51
Leanne Hering, 6-8 self-contained ELA, Las Cruces, NM
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
15:51
Good morning Everyone! Sabrina Gates, NBCT in Tampa, FL
Artis Wheatley
15:51
Good morning, Artis Wheatley, Houston TX
Michael Steele
15:52
Michael 4th...las vegas
Jennifer Girardin
15:53
Greetings from Louisville KY! Jennifer Girardin Digital Learning Coach
Keitha Burnett
15:54
Good Morning Keitha Burnett, NBCT, Miami, Florida GulliverPrep Upper School Social Science
Kelly Tyndal
15:54
Good morning! Kelly, 3rd grade, Las Vegas, NV
Susanie-Ann Egan
15:55
Sue-Ann Egan, 4th grade, Las Vegas, Nevada
Beth Richardson
15:55
Beth Richardson, 5th grade math, KY
Jennifer Bartoli
15:55
Jenn Bartoli, 3rd Grade, Las Vegas, NV
Anna Quezada
15:56
Anna Quezada 5th grade Los Angeles California
Angela Smith
15:58
Good morning! Angela Smith, HS ELA, NV
Dina Hambly
15:59
Dina, Las Vegas, Library
SUZANNE KUJAWA
15:59
SEL teacher 6-8 Katy, TX
Julieta Dixon
15:59
Julieta Dixon-ESOL Elementary, Maryland
Marie Germaine
16:00
Marie Germaine, 5th grade teacher, Los Angeles
Andrea Van Eaton
16:00
Good morning, ES Music, Las Vegas, NV. Excited for this morning's session!
Patricia Hinds
16:00
Patricia Hinds, math, Arkansas
Courtney Cation
16:00
courtney cation 2nd grade las vegas nv
Angela Cappucci
16:00
Angela Cappucci- High School Spanish Teacher- Boston, MA
Sue Haney
16:00
Sue, NBCT, First Grade, Illinois
Donna McDaniel
16:02
Good morning. Donna McDaniel, Keller TX, 9th grade biology
Susanne Silk
16:02
Susanne Silk, CTE from Oklahoma!
Cindy Black
16:02
Cindy Black 6th Social Studies Alabama
Siobhian Gallegos
16:03
Siobhian 4th grade Texas
Amy Meracz
16:03
Good morning from Las Vegas, 8th grade social studies
Wendy Mathre
16:03
Hello from Las Vegas, 2nd Grade teacher
Jennetta Thomas
16:04
Morning! Jennetta Thomas, 7th and 8th Grade Science, Valencia, CA
Amy Bassett
16:05
Amy Bassett, TX
Alyssa Raschke
16:05
Alyssa Raschke, Kinder, TX
Kristi Cox
16:05
Arkansas
Ashley Simon
16:05
Ashley Simon, Elementary Special Education, NBCT, Maryland
Heather Hagen-Smith
16:06
GM- Heather Hagen-Smith 3rd grade Los Angeles, CA
Laura Stone
16:07
Dr. Laura Stone, Art, K-6, KY
Cassandra Foster
16:07
Cassandra Foster, 6-12 ex ed, Chattanooga, TN
Elizabeth Segovia
16:07
Elizabeth Segovia SPED 1-5 Houston TX
Audrey Pesnell
16:07
Audrey Pesnell-6th ELA, Oxford, AL
Jason Mroz
16:08
Jason MrozSocial Studies6th-8thBaltimore, MD
Shayla Jester
16:08
Shayla Jester 3rd Math/Science Texas
Karlyn Brown
16:09
Karlyn Brown-5th Grade Science-Monroe, NC
Monica Hall
16:09
Monica Hall, 8th grade U.S. History, ABQ, NM
Lauren Geller
16:11
Good Morning! I am Lauren Geller and I teach 2nd grade in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Robin Myers
16:11
Good Morning Everyone! Robin Myers, NBCT CTE FCS R. J. Reynolds High School, Winston Salem, NC
Bobbie Lynn Weir
16:11
Good Morning,
Heather Woolson
16:12
Hello! Heather Woolson, MS Science 7-8, Columbia, MD
Ilena Delorso
16:13
Ilena, ESOL PK-8, Maryland
Josie Barrett
16:13
Good morning! Josie Barrett, 3rd grade, Washougal, WA
Leslie Chorzempa
16:15
Good Morning!! I’m Leslie. I teach 6th grade math in Las Vegas.
Sharon Varghese
16:15
Good morning! Sharon Varghese, Sugar Land, TX
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
16:15
Good morning! Dr. Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez, NBCT/ Retired Bilingual Educator from Kyle, Tx / TXNBCT Mentor and PLF
Fawnda Sanchez
16:17
Kindergarten, Nevada
Tracey Leider
16:17
Tracey Leider, HS Science, Wisconsin
Meagan Jackson
16:17
Good morning! Meagan Jackson, k-5 music, Las Vegas
Ron Yoder
16:17
Good Morning! Bilingual Math Teacher, 9th-12th grades, Algebra 1, Precalculus, Statistics, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Hanne Denney
16:18
Hanne Denney, Middle School Administrator and NBCT in Arnold Maryland.
Tina Wormley-Green
16:18
Tina Wormley-Green, 2nd grade, Baltimore, Maryland
Marcia West
16:18
Marcia West. Middle School Special Education. Caroline County Maryland.
Allison Pentti
16:19
Allison, 9th Health, IL
Tiffanye Oliver
16:19
Hello from TX!
Kelley Trivette
16:20
Kelley Trivette, English, 9/10th grade, North Carolina
Abbigail Dugas
16:20
Abbigail Dugas Agriculture 8-12 Mississippi
Jennifer Woodard
16:20
Jennifer Woodard Adapted PE (sped) k-12 NOVA
Linda Carter
16:21
Linda Carter, LAP Reading, K-6, Puyallup, Washington
Akiko Shiina
16:22
Akiko Shiina 7th math, New Mexico
Sharon Dudley
16:22
Good morning! I teach K in Howard County, MD.
Alicia Darden
16:22
Alicia Darden, K-5, Tucson, AZ
Jennifer Pitts
16:22
Jennifer Pitts, Art, 6-8, Arkansas
Crystal Cottrell
16:22
Crystal Statler Sped Manager Teacher 3rd grade Phoenix AZ
David Navarette
16:22
David, HS Music, Nevada
Cathy Kim
16:24
Morning! Cathy Kim, EA/ELA, tech integration/learning science, math/science education @ PLU in Tacoma, WA
Dawn Kaminsky
16:24
Dawn Kaminsky, NBCT Coblekill-Richmondville CSD NY K-2 AIS math
Shelly Carman
16:24
Good morning from the middle of Puget Sound! Shelly Carman; 9th and 10th grade ELA; Oak Harbor, WA
Elisabeth Catalani
16:25
Hello. Elisabeth Catalani. I teach 2nd grade in AZ
Brenda Lamb
16:27
Brenda Lamb, K-5 Exceptional Ed, KY
Bobbie Lynn Weir
16:27
Bobbie Lynn Weir, CTE-Hospitality, 9th-12th, Richardson, TX
Rachel O'Callaghan
16:27
Rachel O’Callaghan 3rd grade Elkin, NC
Christine Kierzek
16:27
Hi from Wisconsin. Christine, Special Education High School Teacher
Sherri Fleischer
16:28
Sherri Fleischer New Mexico 3rd grade teacher
Jennifer Miesse
16:28
Jen Miesse, 7th Grade Math, Maryland
Kerin Curry
16:28
Good morning, Kerin Curry, High School Social Studies, Texas
angella
16:28
Angella arizona
Sheri Rosenberg
16:28
Good Morning, Sheri Rosenberg, Elementary ESOL, Anne Arundel County, MD
Carmalita Allen
16:29
Good morning! Carmalita Allen 7th grade Science Conroe, Texas
Teresa Wilson
16:29
Good morning! 1st Grade inLas Vegas
Alison Dunn
16:29
Alison Dunn, AP World History, Sugar Land, TX
Valentina Sorescu
16:30
Valentina Sorescu, Math, NBCT, Chicago
Laura M Pugh
16:30
Good morning from Belfair, WA. Assessment Coordinator TOSA, AYA Science NBCT
Deborah Fast
16:31
Debbie Fast Instructional Coach Middle School in Tucson, AZ
Scheffie Lindquist
16:32
Good morning from Missouri City, TX. I teach 10th and 11th grade English .
Melissa McAlister
16:32
Melissa McAlisterElementary special educationMS
Jessica Maloy
16:33
Good morning 🌄 from Las Vegas, ELA, adult Ed, NBCT
Laurel Dumont
16:33
Laurel Dumont, SS/Hst AYA, NH
Anna-Marie Booth
16:33
Anna-Marie Booth. ELA 7th/8th San Francisco. NBCT
Linda Holkup
16:34
Linda Holkup, FBISD -Sugar Land, TX Choir-HS
Tamara Dudley
16:34
Good morning everyone! - Tamara Dudley, VP, Advocacy & Communications for NBPTS :)
Victor Hamilton
16:34
Victor Hamilton Substitute Teacher Hampton,VA
Jessica Stone
16:34
Jessica Stone, 6-12 librarian from Arkansas
Khadijah Miller
16:35
Hi, Khadi Miller, Kindergarten, Plano, TX
Stacey Wahrman
16:36
Good morning! Stacey Wahrman, high school English teacher from Silver Spring, MD.
Teresa Agee
16:36
Teresa Agee, BC Calculus and Pre-Calculus, Nashville, TN
Linda Powell
16:36
Sped Teacher from Gulfport MS
Courtney Parker
16:36
Courtney, Kindergarten, Colorado
Anne Cordova
16:36
Anne Cordova, Las Vegas, NV, 1st Grade
Adriana Lopez
16:37
Adriana Lopez, Middle School Math, Chicago
Amy Pezzoni
16:37
Amy Pezzoni - Computer Science - High School (9-12) - California
Heather Zehner
16:37
Good morning! Heather, Zehner 2nd grade, Las Vegas
Amanda Green
16:38
Amanda Green - 1St grade - Las Vegas
Tania Webb
16:40
Tania Webb, 6-8, Theatre, Las Vegas
Claire Wernecke
16:40
Claire Wernecke, 2nd Grade Spanish Dual Immersion, San Francisco, CA
JANET DOUGLAS
16:40
Good Morning! Jan Douglas, High School Life Skills, Santa Fe, NM
Estibaliz Leal
16:41
Good morning, 1st grade from Los Angeles, CA.
Amy Brown
16:41
Good morning! Dr. Amy Brown, NBCT, Prof. Practice & Policy Teaching Fellow @ Virginia Education Association (an NBPTS affiliate network)
Richard Rosivach
16:42
Rich Rosivach - Social Studies (HS) - New Brighton Minnesota
Michelle Despagne
16:42
Good Morning! Michelle Despagne 6th-ELA Greenville, North Carolina
Philip Tschirhart
16:43
Phil T from MD - Grades 10-12 science
Pamela Hamilton
16:43
Pamela Hamilton, AYA science, Alabama
Leslie Bukowski
16:44
Leslie, ELAR, 11th-12th, Texas
Suzanne Koty
16:44
Suzanne Koty, Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement (CERRA), SC
Carrie Carrie Morales
16:45
Carrie Morales 4th grade GISD in NM
Brandy Vickery
16:45
Brandy 6th grade science Alabama certified in EA science
Lauren Moseley
16:46
Lauren Moseley 4th grade Alidine ISD, Texas
Marcia Karls
16:47
Good morning, Marcia Karls from Az, 6th grade ELA
Patricia Prowell
16:47
Pat from Columbus, MS
Gayle Kraus
16:48
Gayle, Visual Art, Middle school , Charles county Maryland
Gloria Tabdi
16:48
Gloria Tabdi, Geometry/10th, New Mexico
Sheila Jones
16:48
Sheila W. Jones Charlotte, NC 2nd grade Teacher, NBCT
Rhonda Mashburn
16:49
Rhonda Mashburn, Business, 10-12 grade, Arkansas
Josh Hardin
16:49
Josh Hardin, Functional Skills (SPED), Reidsville, NC
Robert Velazquez
16:49
Robert pe 9 - 12
Christine Lawrence
16:50
Hello Everyone this is Christine Lawrence, Grade 3 Teacher from Vero Beach, Florida, previously from Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada
Levin Aiken
16:51
Levin Aiken, Third Grade Educator from Las Vegas, Nevada; but vacationing in hometown of Cerritos, California
Matt Dorsett
16:52
Good morning all, Matt Dorsett from Houston TX, CTE teaching high school 9-12. I teach Money Matters, Accounting 1 & 2, Social Media and Sports & Entertainment Marketing
Elizabeth Aguilar
16:52
Elizabeth Aguilar - 1st Grade - Vietnamese Bilingual - Pflugerville, TX
Kathleen MacLaughlin
16:53
Katie MacLaughlin, NBCT, English 10 and 11, MD
Marlene Excellent
16:54
Marlene Excellent Special Need Tampa Fl
Theresa Gaetjens
16:54
Good morning from southern Maine! Theresa Gaetjens, NBCT ENS, currently co-teaching in math and language arts classrooms
Samantha Hayes
16:55
Samantha Hayes, Missouri NEA Teaching and Learning Director, Jefferson City, MO
Holly McVaigh
16:55
Holly McVaigh, HS English, NBCT-renewed
Lori Hilliard
16:56
Good Morning! Lori Hilliard, Theatre Educator at Asheville High School in Asheville, NC
Mychoal Woods
16:56
Mychoal Woods, Science, High School, Alabama
Luisa Camacho
16:56
Hi all, my name is Luisa Camacho and I teach TK in San Jose, Ca.
Susan Knighton
16:57
Susan Knighton - Music teacher, Phoenix AZ and NBCT candidate
Doug Alexander
16:57
Doug A from Boulder, CO, gifted ed instructional specialist
Luis Guzman
16:58
Luis Guzman, High School Science, New Mexico
diane Newell
16:59
Diane Newell, middle school, science & health, Los Angeles (attending from Hawaii)
Lynda Dalton
17:00
Lynda Dalton NBCT High School Science teacher - Chapel Hill NC
Miguel Delgado
17:00
Good morning from Dallas, Texas. High School Spanish All Levels
Gwendolyn Dean
17:01
Gwendolyn Dean: 4/5 combo, Atwater, Ca
Kiarica Smith
17:02
Good morning! Kiarica Smith, Birmingham, AL, Secondary Math
Claudia Swisher
17:02
Claudia Swisher...retired AYA ELA, re-renewed. I'm in Oklahoma.
Haylee Reitzel
17:03
Hello! Haylee Guthrie, Kindergarten, North Carolina
Norma Combs
17:04
Norma Combs aloha sped ELA 7th grade Oahu, Honolulu
Germani Yang
17:04
Germani Yang, 6th grade math and science, Los Angeles
mahealani yamashita
17:04
Aloha! mahealani yamashita, waimea, HI - Elementary counselor
Dori Smith
17:05
Dori Smith - Forensics and Practicum CCMA - Seniors - Texas
Jayne Masden
17:05
Jayne Masden - 3rd grade, Las Vegas
Tyeesha Pruitt
17:06
Tyeesha Pruitt, K, SC
Teresa Watkins
17:07
Teresa Watkins, FCS: Foods. Hays, NC. Grades 9-12
Shawn Washington-Clark
17:08
Shawn Washington-Clark, Middle School Language Arts, Maryland
Keith Gushiken
17:12
Keith Gushiken, MS instrumental music, San Francisco, USD, CA
Megan Franke
17:14
Megan Franke, Las Vegas - vocal music
Heather Whitley
17:15
Hi! Heather Whitley, NBCT ELA, NC!
Monique Coles
17:17
Monique Coles Raleigh North Carolina School Counselor Middle School 6th Grade
Mackenzie O'Connor
17:17
Mackenzie O'Connor, High school biology, FL
JUDITH LOMBINO
17:19
Judith Lombino, Las Vegas
Jennifer Fridell
17:19
Jen Fridell elementary Texas
Gloria AREVALO
17:24
Gloria Arevalo - HS NJ
Phyllis Brooks
17:25
Phyllis Brooks K-8 Teacher in Arkansas.
Gregory Brown
17:28
Gregory Brown, Physical and Health Educator, New Mexico
Jennifer Murphy
17:30
Jennifer Murphy - Early Adolescence ELA - New Mexico
Benjamin Franke
17:31
Ben Franke, Las Vegas - Instrumental music
Rachel Llamas
17:32
4th grade Washington state
Rama Devagupta
17:34
Dr. Rama Devagupta, NBCT. AYA Biology. Southridge High School, Kennewick, WA
Valerie Sanders
17:34
Valerie Sanders Dyslexia (CALT) Cleveland School DistrictCleveland, MS
Sonya Shockey
17:38
Sonya from WV- social studies AYA since 2005
Yalanda Salone
17:38
Yalanda S., HS science, TX
Angie Moris
17:39
Angie HS Wi
cindy mahler
17:42
Cindy Mahler Elementary Wenatchee WA
Mary Pinkston
17:43
Mary Pinkston, 9-12 Mathematics, Wilmington, DE
Victor Chen
17:43
Victor Chen, High school chemistry, Redford, MI
Antonio Ontiveros
17:44
Good morning everyone from Gadsden High School at Anthony New Mexico
Coreen Pinkerton
17:47
Coreen PInkerton, Falls Church, VA, ECG
Tessia Carter
17:47
Tessia Carter- High School Counselor- Central MS
Leonor Rayteran
17:49
Good morning. I am Leonor Rayteran, SPED Science Teacher (Biology, Physics, Chemistry), Grades 9-12, Baltimore Ciy Public Schools, MD
Vanessa Rasmussen
17:52
Vanessa Rasmussen HS English NJ
Kristen Buonanno
17:55
Kristen Buonanno, ELA, Rhode Island
Shelley Warner
17:59
shelley warner auburn middle school, NBCT Special Education
Cathy Hull
18:00
Cathy Hull - High School Special Education - Mayland
Rachel O'Callaghan
18:00
Rachel O'Callaghan 3rd Grade Elkin, NC
Barbara Edwards
18:07
Barbara Edwards, EMCLIT, Middle School ELA, Highline SD, Burien WA
Vanessa Suddith
18:11
Vanessa Suddith, Intervention Coordinator and Learning Center teacher, CA
KRISTIN BARNETT
18:12
Kristin Barnett ENS Phoenix AZ
Vincent Brandl
18:15
Vince, 7th grade, Wisconsin
Kina Melvin
18:16
Good Morning from Baltimore, Maryland, 6-8 Special Education Teacher
Joell Kerr
18:20
Joell Kerr, Secondary Math, HI
Nenita Cruz
18:26
Nenita Perez, sales and marketing 10-12th grade from Guam!
Karen Pardue
18:36
Karen Pardue, Columbia, South Carolina
Anna-Marie Booth
18:39
Agree , great sessions!
Maria Barrera
18:41
Maria Barrera. Science High School Teacher. California.
Amy Ripley
18:42
Amy Ripley, NBCT Middle Level Physical Education, Pullman, WA
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
18:44
Good morning, this is Yolanda. I'm a coordinator from California.
Amber Zubiate
18:49
Amber Zubiate K-3 literacy Primary Promise teacher Los Angeles, CA.
Consuelo Johnson
18:51
Consuelo Johnson, 6-8 Math, North Carolina - Good Morning
Stephanie Vazquez
19:09
Stephanie Vazquez, HS Science (NBCT) Portland OR
Christine Bickett
19:13
Christy Bickett, high school mathematics, KY
Robin Becton
19:33
Robin Becton Technology Education/K-6 Education in North Carolina
Shelley Singer
19:35
Shelley Singer, RSP TK-5, Los Angeles (LAUSD)
Ronda White
19:38
Good morning from East Palo Alto, CA, I am a Reading Specialist and Instructional Coach
Tara Harris
19:41
Good morning from Tupelo, Mississippi, Career and Tech
Pamela Chamblee
19:42
Pamela Chamblee HCHS ELA Ahoskie NC
Currie Joyner
19:43
Good morning everyone. Currie Joyner; NBCT CTE; NC
Amy Rollins
19:45
Amy Rollins, High School English/SpED, New Mexico
Niki Dixon
19:48
Niki Dixon, 6-8 grades, North Carolina
Misty Roberson
19:59
Misty Roberson 6th grade Reading Texas
Kim Wood
20:09
Good morning ALL! Kim Wood- CTE candidate- Cibolo TX
Amber Mattatall
20:10
Amber Mattatall, music k-5, NC
Christina Tully
20:13
Christina TullyLearning StrategistLas Vegas, NV
Latia Bracy
20:25
Latia Bracy 9th grade Biology-Montgomery, AL
Kirstie Troutman
20:26
Kirstie Troutman, High School Academic Facilitator (NBCT Math), Maryland
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
20:33
Good morning, everyone! We are so glad you are joining us today. Thanks so much for introducing yourself -- so great to see familiar and new names
Anna-Marie Booth
20:34
Significant day! Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in as a United States Supreme Court Justice!👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 A stellar example of the power of high quality education that is our focus as educators! 👍🏽
Erica Kinney
20:35
Hi! Erica Kinney, Reading specialist in NC
Amanda Brand
20:41
Amanda Brand 6th grade Opelika, AL
Aimee Daniels
21:18
Good morning! I am so excited to be here with you all. I am a K/1 teacher in California.
Robin Raine
21:34
Robin Raine, Salt Lake City, UT, Elementary School Counselor.
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
21:35
Love that, Kira...I'm also Bronx born.
Jennifer Adcock
21:36
Ketanji Brown Jackson Day!!!
Bill Mezzano
21:51
Hi - Bill from NC, Math 9-12
TRACY BELL
21:58
Good morning, Everyone! Tracy Bell, NBCT with NCAE NBCT Caucus Network (Regional Network Lead) Glad to be here to listen in!
Cassandra Fairclough
21:59
Good Morning.Cassandra Fairclough, 5th grade Math, North Carolina
Rachna Rikhye
22:17
Rachna from MD -- ELD
Gregory Brown
22:19
I am listening!
Kerry Krawczyk
22:40
Good Morning. Kerry Krawczyk NBCT, 6-8 PE/Health, NC
Michael Vazquez
22:58
Michael Vazquez SPECIAL
Laura Benedetto (she/her)
23:10
More on Teach Plus https://teachplus.org/
Suzanne Martinez
23:39
Good morning from Illinois! Suzanne Martinez, Assistant Professor of Education, National Louis University NBCT CTE
Michael Vazquez
23:39
Michael Vazquez special education/English 10th grade Bowie HS, PGCPS.
Agnes Bell Wetteroth
23:58
Agnes Bell Wetteroth, HS ESOL Literacy, Baltimore, MD
Billie Parke
24:46
Good morning All. Billie Parke-Moxee, WA. NBCT EA/EA ENS
Adrienne Rozier
25:16
Adrienne Rozier, Richmond Virginia K-5 Ex.Ed NBCT
Angel Afolabi
25:34
Good Morning Everyone! Dr. Angel Afolabi, NBCT AYA Math
Sharon Zeller
25:42
Sharon Zeller, 2nd Grade, Northern VA
Rebekah Fuss
25:45
Rebekah Fuss, Special Education 18-21 year olds, Ellensburg, WA
Doretha Allen
26:01
Dr. Doretha Allen, NBCT Dallas, Texas
Mary Borkowski
26:03
Hello, I'm Mary Beth Borkowski, an NBCT from Indianapolis, Indiana. I teach ninth grade English.
Kessler Roberson
26:24
Kessler Roberson, 8th grade social studies, TX
Marshall Blakely
26:28
Marshall Blakely, 5th Grade, Montgomery, AL
Paul Kleemann
26:32
Paul Kleemann, HS Guitar in Las Vegas, NV
Erica Kinney
26:52
So awesome to see such enthusiastic young people aspiring to be teachers!
Nancy Henkes
26:57
Nancy Henkes, Hamilton, TX 8th Grade ELAR
Jen Amos
26:58
Jen Amos, Alternative High School, Lone Tree, CO
Allison Mann
26:59
Allison Mann Interventionist Ellisville, MS
Deborah Hunter
27:11
Deborah Hunter Special Programs Teacher
Magnolia Neal
27:13
Good Morning, Magnolia Neal from Phoenix, AZ, Special Ed Middle School teacher ,
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
27:25
LOVE the inclusion of students on the panel!! Student voices NEED to be a part of the conversation!! 🙌🏽 And HELLO future English teacher! Best job out there 🙂
Amanda Seagers
27:49
Amanda, New Mexico, K-12 school
Terrie Bodey
28:03
Terrie Bodey, Ohio
Alison Conant
28:10
Ali Conant, NBCT-Prescott, AZ- Higher Ed-NAU
Barbara Joann Combs
28:10
Good morning 😎Barbara Joann Combs, Elementary Art in Maryland
Tina Hill
28:31
Tina Hill - Dallas Texas
Kim Wood
28:42
agreed
Amanda Hornick
28:48
Amanda Hornick - 6th grade Iowa
Consuelo Johnson
29:46
Well stated
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
29:59
I totally agree! Students come to us with assets! Thanks Ms. Turner.
Brenda Lamb
30:00
Love that!! Absolutely agree!!
Theresa Gaetjens
30:01
Absolutely!
Robin Myers
30:06
I agree
Nancy Henkes
30:11
The best professional development I have ever had is the students themselves.
Alison Conant
30:12
Love that….ask what the students bring…
Anna-Marie Booth
30:23
The student enumerated the multitude of elements a students needs to succeed. Note, many are out of the control of educators, e.g, stable home life…..
Cara Maxwell
30:28
Cara Maxwell PreK Springdale
Brenda Lamb
30:39
Love that and Absolutely Agree - and students learned some really good skills and learned to be flexible during that time - those are really good life skills that they learned
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
30:41
Move away from deficit pedagogy!!! Move away from "learning loss"
Cindy Black
31:03
Everyone learned to be flexible.
Anna-Marie Booth
31:06
Teaching is, indeed, a collaboration with home and community!
Marcia West
31:14
‘Students know what they need. We need to listen. I agree with focusing on what students have and bring to the table.
Angela Cappucci
32:25
Yes, focus on what our students bring to the class. Many time students are more skilled in technology than many teachers.
Angela Alston
32:39
Good Morning! Angela, NBCT, Second Grade, Los Angeles
Gwendolyn Dean
33:43
Mr. Allen, I concur with your response about focusing on what students have versus the deficits.
Kristine Swartchick
34:06
Kris, 7th grade Life Science, Minneapolis, MN
Robin Myers
34:43
Being proactive is always better than being reactive.
Angela Alston
34:50
Yes, focus on assets
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
35:17
The greatest challenge I continue to experience is effectively engaging my students. The pandemic has caused me to focus on engagement with a more deliberate purpose.
Magnolia Neal
35:23
I agree Robin.
Carmalita Allen
35:26
I’m definitely taking this question to my school!
diane Newell
35:38
State testing vs standards. If we learned anything from covid is the need to separate these two functions of and within education.
Nancy Henkes
35:40
flexibility, open-minded
Consuelo Johnson
35:43
motivation
Michelle Despagne
35:44
adaptive mindset!!
Marcia West
35:44
Flexibility and open to change
Shelly Carman
35:45
Everyone needs to be more flexible.
Carrie Carrie Morales
35:47
You need to be open minded for innovation!
Adrienne Rozier
35:48
yes absolutely
Erica Kinney
35:49
flexibility, empathy, and a vivid imagination
Heather Woolson
35:49
Flexibility and being open to growth
Norma Combs
35:49
Open mind
Mackenzie O'Connor
35:55
open-minded
Rebekah Fuss
35:56
Flexibility and thinking outside the box
Theresa Gaetjens
35:57
Meet students where they are!
Joell Kerr
35:59
Collaboration is needed for innovation to occur
Kessler Roberson
36:00
The ability to be adaptable
Jennifer Bartoli
36:01
Flexibility and support.
Jason Mroz
36:02
Grit (aka Growth Mindset) is the most important in my book. The skills and heart to persevere in the face of challenges
Shelly Carman
36:04
Reimagine the standards to include SEL.
Magnolia Neal
36:05
Yes, flexibility is very important.
Claire Wernecke
36:06
Teachers need to be open to new techniques, professional development, technology and PD. Teachers need to be constantly self-reflective no matter how much experience they have.
Cassandra Smith
36:07
creativity, flexibility, acceptance
Alison Conant
36:07
brave spaces to do what's best for kids….supportive administration…
Andrea Van Eaton
36:08
Intentional purpose, flexibility, open to change, not letting technology be the stumbling block
Rachel O'Callaghan
36:09
More direction and suppor
Amber Mattatall
36:12
The ability or training to respond vs react to challenging conversations
Nancy Henkes
36:15
Willingness to learn new things, try it, and work with it
Jennifer Pitts
36:16
Flexibility, open minded, growth mindset, willing to learn!
angella
36:16
New knowledge
Currie Joyner
36:18
We get so caught up on academics and grading we often miss the opportunities to learn what individualized needs our students have as well as any stories and or assets that they bring with them
Michael Vazquez
36:19
creative thinking skills. communication skills. ability to work as member in diverse groups.
Samantha Hayes
36:21
Antiracist and equitable framework for all decisions made (from decisions in the classroom to policy and law being made in states/federal level)
Heather Zehner
36:21
the ability to listen to others, restructure thinking
Rhonda Williams
36:23
Being open to all ideas
Sue Haney
36:23
Willingness to grow and find new ways to help students learn
Maria Barrera
36:24
More flexibility is needed. Listening to respond not to hear.
Dawn Raschke
36:27
Be proactive for teacher and student needs
James Sullivan
36:28
up to date technology
Robert Velazquez
36:28
what about poverty
Kadima Bukasa
36:30
Be open mind and willing to adjust
David Navarette
36:31
Freedom to make changes without the immediate expectation of results
Courtney Parker
36:31
They need to be willing to change, listen, be flexible, and search out new ideas
Victor Hamilton
36:32
Excess To the needed resources
Jennifer Pitts
36:32
Listen to learn!
Magnolia Neal
36:39
Also, we need to remember that we will never stop learning.
Jennifer Girardin
36:43
Give grace, inspire, move forward
Elizabeth Aguilar
36:43
Continue to practice, model, and teach reflection and problem solving skills.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
36:49
Agreed, access to technology is also a challenge.
Laura M Pugh
36:52
So true! VR opened all kinds of opportunities for my students during remote school
Ron Yoder
36:54
Willingness to put yourself out there, to fail, to collaborate.
Holly McVaigh
36:54
Well said David
Kristine Swartchick
36:54
Being open to change and staying curious--about content, about students, about pedagogy.
Consuelo Johnson
36:54
Challenges and critical thinking
Barbara Joann Combs
36:54
As educators we need to be flexible; adapt and adjust; and intentionally positive in our speach.
Cassandra Fairclough
36:55
flexibiliity and creativity
angella
36:57
adaptability
Anna-Marie Booth
36:58
Capabilities - Educators and students must be life-long learners. Reality is that our world will continue to change, the ability (and confidence) to learn new things/think new ideas requires a practice of continual learning
Phyllis Brooks
36:59
Technical support,flexibility,and resources.
Ronda White
37:01
Listening, flexibility, difficult conversations, open to thinking or seeing things differently
Pamela Hamilton
37:01
Challenging old ways of teaching and learning
Barbara Edwards
37:01
This is a powerful question that I wrote down and highlighted to bring to my school team to reflect about. I also want to pose this question to my middle school students at the beginning of the year. Listen to my students as we design the year.
Tiffanye Oliver
37:02
flexibility in curriculum
Deborah Hunter
37:02
Some of the challenges we need to consider are the social emotional needs of student. I agree we must be proactive when providing instruction.
Kathrine Leanne Hering
37:04
I struggle with engagement...
Linda Carter
37:05
Its important to bring some veteran teachers along side of our new learnings.
Kirstie Troutman
37:06
Students, teachers, and leaders all need PR skills and building our network
Akiko Shiina
37:06
During the online, we learned how important for us to be together. I want to think about what we can do in the classroom together.
Heather Whitley
37:07
Key flexibility
Shayla Jester
37:10
Listen to your students, know their needs and continue to learn and grow
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
37:19
flexibility
Miguel Delgado
37:20
Feel the need to learn and grow.
Valentina Sorescu
37:21
Use data to make informed decisions and being able to measure impact accurately
Aimee Daniels
37:22
Voice and choice for the students. Even the littles.
Susanie-Ann Egan
37:25
Teachers need to be flexible and open-minded. Technology is an amazing too, but it does not benefit all students. I learned last year that going distance learning made a lot of my students yearn one-on-one instruction. They enjoyed some technology, but were eager to spend time with me in small group instruction.
Anna-Marie Booth
37:29
Education training programs must evolve accordingly1
Monique Coles
37:32
I appreciate the student view and the aspect she is observing as a modern day / real time boot on the ground. As a school counselor the social emotional needs of students must be met. It’s extremely hard to learn and focus when you’re hungry I know myself from personal experience during K-12. Also home lives of students can make or break a student in learning. We can have all the modern technology which is extremely great definitely. We have to remember that those basic needs not being met can be a speed bump or a road block.
Anthony Sanders
37:32
Savvy about Social Media. . . I am amazed at the following that NBCT Ms. James has on TikTok as iamthatenglishteacher.
Gayle Kraus
37:33
being open to all from all content areas even the electives and the students. opening up to the community going to pds that will challenge the thinking of curriculum writing, everyone sharing what is successful and what is learned
Aimee Daniels
37:34
Project based learning
Kathrine Leanne Hering
37:39
I need to continue to be willing to put myself out there..
Lauren Moseley
37:44
Educational spaces need to not forget about human connection and collaboration. The greatest ideas come from minds coming together.
Valerie Sanders
37:53
“I am open to anything, but attached to nothing.”
Aimee Daniels
37:56
Understand that each student is unique and to be flexible for their learning needs.
Vincent Brandl
38:14
Innovation happens when humble, flexible, and kind personalities lead the way.
Angela Cappucci
38:16
Community Engagement is a plus- Bring the community into the school and take our students into the community for real life experiences.
Christine Lawrence
38:18
All school districts need to be updated on technology. I moved to a small town 2021 and found they are doing paper and pencil state testing. They still don't have adequate computers and technology in the classroom.
Monique Coles
38:23
Yes, knowing students and their learning styles ❤️
Philip Tschirhart
38:25
well said
Antonio Ontiveros
38:29
Thank you for your insight Ms. Chatterpaul.
Robin Myers
38:41
I agree with AI and VR are wonderful tools. I think we can use these for real world experiences. But I think going back to field trips as well if you have the capabilities. Using Arts in the classroom will allow everyone to be more open-minded.
Bill Mezzano
38:48
LOL the Lorax, love it
Kristine Swartchick
38:56
Beautifully said, Tiffany
Lori Hilliard
38:57
providing flexibility and freedom of choice for student projects.
Alison Conant
39:04
Student voice and choice....teachers need to let go of “what works for them (teachers)”…we need to focus on our students and step outside our own comfort zone and do what's best for the students ....
Niki Dixon
39:17
OMG!!! I absolutely love that, Tiffany.
Ronda White
39:19
Field trips, Arts in the classroom, we NEED more teachers....
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
39:33
Thanks for making that point, Tiffany.
Kareena James
39:38
You are so right. You have teachers who don’t like changes.
Tacy Norman
39:39
Innovation is frowned upon. The admins. want everyone teaching the same thing the same way at the same time at my school.
Deborah Hunter
39:47
Students must learn to problem solve and manage their emotions. Teachers have to be more patient and creative in order to accommodate the varying disabilities.
Anna-Marie Booth
39:53
Agree with Ms. Tiffany Davis! Teachers must be taught to be innovative! 👍🏽
Angela Alston
40:06
We need a safe space to be innovative.
Bobbie Lynn Weir
40:15
Any secrets in obtaining buy-in from District Administrators for innovative ideas?
Anna-Marie Booth
40:21
too many teachers are reluctant to learn, grow, evolve
Valerie Sanders
40:35
I totally agree. Innovation is definitely needed.
Alison Conant
40:37
And teachers need time to "play” with the tech…
Shelly Carman
40:40
We rotated who was tech support for the teacher who was about to retire in our department during the pandemic. She had no idea how to function online!
Tacy Norman
40:40
Yes! Anna-Marie I totally agree!
Aimee Daniels
40:43
We also need the freedom from administration to be innovated. We need to educate our administrative leaders on understanding that teaching just district adopted curriculum will only reach part of your students. We need the freedom to reach all of the students.
Monique Coles
40:50
Agreed
Terrie Bodey
40:58
In CTE, we are struggling in hiring new instructors because our salary schedule is nowhere near what industry experts are making in their field. We have changed our interview process to discuss salary up front rather than after we already have them on the hook.
Leslie Chorzempa
41:00
yes definitely
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
41:01
Love that! I agree!
Aimee Daniels
41:01
Autonomy!
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
41:09
Yes a safe space with support and encouragement.
Kim Wood
41:10
Absolutely!
Yalanda Salone
41:11
Provide PD that will prepare teachers for what is being asked of them
Tacy Norman
41:16
Yes! Shelly!
Angela Alston
41:27
Go Dodgers!
Robin Myers
41:32
Failure is not always bad! It can help us grow!!
Yalanda Salone
41:34
Not a show and go pd.
Matt Dorsett
41:35
Create the vision for the students, have students guide/mentor each other along the way. As a metaphor, give them a “treasure map” where the x marks the spot (vision) but make sure they packed well with tools they need. They may get lost (fail) and have the students lean on each other to figure it out; the struggle is real but greatness awaits!
Bill Mezzano
41:42
Go Padres
Linda Holkup
41:44
Just as we have patience with our students we need to show patience with our seasoned teachers as they learn new technology
Christine Lawrence
42:05
Not just the teachers, but the smaller school districts are afraid as well. Teachers are working under people who don't understand tech either and teachers are squashed when trying to use these new skills
TRACY BELL
42:12
Students should be aware of their learning style and teachers must be ready and willing to differentiate instruction for all learners. Innovation has a broad meaning. It always involves the freedom to be creative. Be aware of a student's required accommodations to allow all learners to participate.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
42:29
I’m reconnecting on my phone.
Patricia Hinds
42:32
Covid put me back into the newbie stage. I learned from younger teachers who understood technology when for 25 years I had the mentor role. So beneficial for all of us to understand how much we needed and helped each other.
Aimee Daniels
42:36
At school is where we practice, we don’t need to be perfect straight off. We need to help the students and colleagues understand that failures are part of practicing to get better.
Yalanda Salone
42:46
I agree LH let give them time to learn and show.
Monique Coles
42:54
Agreed Tracy Bell well said
Marcia West
42:55
Redefine what we see a success and failure. -Alan Turner-
Anthony Sanders
43:04
Here's a quote I give to my students, when they feel frustrated at making mistakes. It's from Niels Bohr: "An expert is someone who has made every mistake possible in a particular field of study."
Aimee Daniels
43:18
Love the quote!
Susan Knighton
43:22
Stop cutting arts programs and start giving them importance in the school schedule.
Angela Alston
43:25
Districts/schools need to be aware of the various ways teachers learn. Professional development needs to be differentiated so that educators can grow.
Elizabeth Aguilar
43:43
I agree with teaching the "how" to teachers. Many of our teachers go to PDs/trainings that are a lot of times "philosophical" and are told this would be great to do in class but lots of times are not told "how" to incorporate this into their actual lessons/classrooms.
Monique Coles
43:51
Yes Angela
Robin Myers
43:54
But they also have the highest exposure!
Aimee Daniels
44:21
So true! We have 5 days of PD that is exactly the same for Tk- 12 teachers. Such different needs! We need differentiation too! :-)
Shelly Carman
44:21
Professional development needs to be meaningful and relevant to the teacher. I am tired of PD that isn't relevant to me.
Audrey Pesnell
44:24
I believe in innovative risk-taking; however, I also think that technology integration needs to be well-planned and thought out for the benefit of learning rather than entertaining.
TRACY BELL
44:57
Thanks, Monique! I teach students with visual impairments ranging from blind, legally blind to low vision. Assumptions are made by teachers and other educators that they can't be creative and innovative. Nothing could be further from the truth. These students are innovative in a many ways. They just get left out.
Kathrine Leanne Hering
45:10
Yes!
Theresa Gaetjens
45:11
Yes, Angela! We differentiate for students, why would our own professional learning be differentiated? Voice and choice too!!
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
45:19
Professional learning must inspire thinking
Consuelo Johnson
45:24
@Elizabeth I totally agree. What does it look like in the classroom? Show me how to incorporate this in the classroom to make the idea work.
Nancy Lee
45:35
Patricia my respect for your willing to learn all the new the new technology. Please keep up the good work
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
46:02
The most effective administrators I have worked with used TRY as a verb to DO IT!
diane Newell
46:04
I'm in a large urban school district. Straight technology didn't encourage student motivation. Our students were offered laptops with built in wifi hot spot. All they needed to do is complete a simple brief online form and pick up the laptop. Many students didn't care and didn't attempt to get them. What is happening in different parts of the country needs to be shared so we can address the urban community fallout with the change. As long as school districts are focused on "testing standards" then all other issues are pushed onto the teachers to manage as "extra" work on our plate. Having standards isn't the issue, it's the place that "testing" standards has at the table of education evaluation.
Angela Alston
46:10
We also need paid time to set up and prepare for the upcoming year. In my district, giving us about 3 hours of paid time to set up a classroom and prepare for the first day will never lead to innovation, change, proactiveness, creativity, and more.
Anna-Marie Booth
46:33
Teachers need time to think, research, learn, reflect…..
Lauren Moseley
46:38
@Angela Alston I totally agree!
Kim Wood
46:54
Yes we do...
Theresa Gaetjens
46:57
Agreed, Angela. Our first day is set-up this year, and the following day is Open House. Yikes.
diane Newell
46:59
I agree Angela alston
Nancy Sabrina Gates-McCarthy
47:02
@ Anna-Marie -- TRUTH!
Robin Myers
47:06
I totally agree that we need to allow students a safe space to fail and learn from those failures so they can learn how to problem solve!
Susanie-Ann Egan
47:51
Teachers need planning time with colleagues within their grade level as well as the grade levels above and below. Collaboration in teaching is extremely critical for teacher support and care.
Angela Cappucci
47:54
We also need more administrators to be willing to take risks (instead of felling threaten by teacher leaders) to bring innovation into the classrooms.
Kim Wood
47:58
Temwork makes the Dream Work 😁
Dawn Raschke
48:04
Innovation occurs when classrooms and work environments are safe for all to freely generate and implement the ideas.
Richard Rosivach
48:11
Clearly there are central office admins in my district whose role is to minimize risk and have worked to kill ideas and innovation. My department has been trying to launch ethnic studies classes for years but we can never get to yes.
Ben Vallejo
48:30
Ben Vallejo NBCT AYA/Science Los Angeles USD Retiring 2026, NBCT until 2031 :)
Angela Alston
48:43
@Theresa, i agree, teachers need voice and choice too so that we can give that to our students. We cannot be trapped in assessments, bell schedules, district paper work and more and expect teacher s to have daily strength to do the wonderful things necessary for our students. It’s crazy that they think we can be continually mistreated but still expected to teach effectively.
Erica Kinney
48:43
Check out https://www.districtc.co/ ...a colleague and I turned a pilot extracurricular club into an honors elective going into our third year now. This organization does AMAZING things for students, teachers, and businesses!
Michael Vazquez
48:51
@richard. call it global perspectives. see if that helps
Kim Wood
48:53
First step is we have to be open with change.
Gwendolyn Dean
49:05
Applause to all. You’ve touched on so many things I’ve thought about or experienced which I was taking personally. It’s unfortunate that those at the top seem to subconsciously discourage innovation while simultaneously asking for the same innovations.
Erica Kinney
49:15
*Speaking about the future of work and coaching students to work in diverse teams for problem-solving :-)
Sue Haney
49:16
We need flexible time in our day to try new learning activities. Our schedules are given to us and are too rigid to allow for creativity and innovation. Our SIP team is trying to advocate for more flexibility but our admin currently feels the need to control that all are on the same page by having a rigid schedule. It is taking time, but it is so important that we keep bringing it back to the table. We feel that we have to keep advocating until changes are made even when it is hard.
Angela Alston
49:24
most of the time all that we do is in spite of schools/districts, like becoming NBCTs.
Shawn Vinson
49:36
There is a not so hidden secret that "failure" is high school limits your growth. This is a "mindset" that is driven into the school building.
Courtney Parker
49:56
I crave PD that is relevant, usable, effective and focused on my students. I and another colleague have been to so many classes that weren’t usable for us that we began creating the PD we wanted for ourselves.
Alison Conant
49:59
We also need to connect our students and teachers to the community needs…
Theresa Gaetjens
50:12
Alison, yes.
KRISTIN BARNETT
50:34
Differentiated PD would be amazing. I don't need the same PD as new teachers.
Erica Kinney
50:39
Movies, games, and brain breaks are necessary educational detours!
Consuelo Johnson
50:59
Brian breaks really help
Cindy Black
50:59
PD is not a one size fits all.
Monique Coles
51:07
I love this conversation! I wish all stakeholders in every state could be a part of this information!!!
Robin Myers
51:25
I think watching the career market and what the expectations are for our students coming out of schools. We should be able to prepare our students for their future endeavors and how to respond to what is expected of them in our world.
Rhonda Williams
52:27
Find a way to do what works well more engaging for those that can and differentiated enough to not make that student feel "diiferent"
Theresa Gaetjens
52:28
Agreed, @ Monique!!
Matt Dorsett
52:32
Brain breaks allow the amygdala to calm down and reset, great insight loving hear this and will put more in my class as well! Thanks for sharing
SUZANNE KUJAWA
52:33
yea!
Jennifer Girardin
52:36
Yes!
angella
52:48
wobble chairs are grat
Consuelo Johnson
52:49
Even if students are given only 3 to 5 minutes for a brain break, it still helps.
Adrienne Rozier
52:57
we can be innovative when we get resources and materials at the beginning of the school year and not after.
Shawn Washington-Clark
53:03
agree
Janice Webster
53:20
Yes, Monique. I totally agree.
Monique Coles
53:40
I am absolutely enjoying this rich conversation ❤️🍎
Erin Strole
53:55
♡♡♡
Robin Myers
54:03
I love that Erica!!
Currie Joyner
54:07
The problem is how do we get the districts to really put this in action when high stakes testing drives most districts if not all districs?
Angela Cappucci
54:09
We need new buildings that are set for 21st century teaching and learning. My school was built in the earlier 1900s. Covid brought out all the issues we are facing on education.
Janice Webster
54:14
Thank you for this wonderful and relevant conversation.
Currie Joyner
54:23
districts
Meagan Jackson
55:14
Putting back in the arts and sciences are huge for innovation and preparing kids for a wide range of careers
Miguel Delgado
55:25
Work in conjunction with parents to educate students to go to college.
Shelly Carman
55:35
Read more diverse authors and view points
Robin Myers
56:07
Well said Shelly!
Carrie Carrie Morales
56:10
High stakes testing does pay attention to the "whole child". Remove the importance of this type of testing.
Janice Webster
56:43
Mindfulness minute in classes I think may be helpful as well. We have used it and it helps everyone be more present. These are high school students.
Kim Tate
57:44
This is such a rich and encouraging conversation!
Laura Benedetto (she/her)
57:46
Timing is good - we have about 15 minutes left with one question left
Brigitte Tennis
57:54
For sure!
Susan Knighton
57:54
Arts integration within the classroom. Tech is fine, but arts allow for creativity, innovation, voice, teamwork.
Brigitte Tennis
58:09
Yes, Susan K!
Adrienne Rozier
58:10
Absolutely
Consuelo Johnson
58:22
I try to have a STEAM day once a week with my math students. It is usually on Fridays. On this day, students are fully engaged with their classmates and the focus is not on passing or “getting it right” but collaboration and some friendly competition (sometimes).
Magnolia Neal
58:26
Thank you Kira for speaking the reality of a big percentage of the population.
Laura M Pugh
58:28
Yes! Self-advocacy!
Claudia Swisher
58:40
"WHo's left behind?"
SUZANNE KUJAWA
58:41
How do others balance the issue of technology addiction and use o? technology in the classroom/
Susanie-Ann Egan
58:54
Yes, I completely agree with the importance of self-advocacy.
Teresa Watkins
58:56
Love these conversations
Aimee Daniels
59:01
Yes!!!!! Self-Advocacy is so powerful and that is how we can make change in our local school systems!
Currie Joyner
59:03
@ Carrie I agree and have tried to push for this at my school but so far no luck .
Kim Wood
59:08
Yes
Doretha Allen
59:15
Driving!!!!!
Theresa Gaetjens
59:16
Self-advocacy is where it's at. When students are told, Hey, great advocating -- they are so empowerd!
Consuelo Johnson
59:23
Exactly!
Susan Knighton
59:27
When we cut the arts or downplay it in the schedule as just "prep" time, we lose all of the richness that can happen between the arts and classroom teachers.
Magnolia Neal
01:00:05
That's right Susan. Education needs all the components to enrich students.
Robin Myers
01:00:12
Incorporating Design Thinking in the classroom will help teachers and students start thinking differently.https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/what-is-design-thinking-and-why-is-it-so-popular
Joell Kerr
01:00:17
Innovation needs inclusiveness
Susanie-Ann Egan
01:00:26
I also see the need of executive functioning skills become stronger and stronger year after year. Majority of my students need to learn HOW to learn, and teaching them executive functioning skills should be paramount at the beginning of the year. When the students know how to learn, then they will be able to become self-advocating.
Monique Coles
01:00:28
Thank you Erica for the link.
Gregory Brown
01:00:29
I love Shirly Chisholm!
Allison Mann
01:00:41
Thank you for the link!!!
Monique Coles
01:00:47
Thank you Robin
Susan Knighton
01:00:51
AZ now has arts endorsement that now allows students to create their own projects in high school. I have seen some of the projects and they are powerful.
Crystal Cottrell
01:00:53
This is amazing, thanks
Rama Devagupta
01:00:53
I am AYA Biology. I am incorporating more and more of neuroscience in my curriculum (by directly tying it to the standards) and helping students understand the need for a few minutes of quiet time with breathing exercises and closing our eyes. I am also a Heartfulness and Mindfulness Practitioner and I try to integrate all of these things in my classroom.
Andrea Van Eaton
01:01:12
We have to advocate for more supports (more availability and better training)
Gloria Tabdi
01:01:15
@Susan, I agree in Art integration in class. Students show much creativity especially when they are struggling with new concepts.
Angela Cappucci
01:01:21
@Suzanne, tech addition is affecting our students literacy development. My school uses a “yonder”
Philip Tschirhart
01:01:22
reach out directly to the tech innovators to see if they can use your classroom as a testbed
Mackenzie O'Connor
01:01:32
PD...share and learn from others
Jennifer Girardin
01:01:38
We must start with safe and honest conversations
Yalanda Salone
01:01:41
I agree Ms. Davis
Ron Yoder
01:01:42
Simple: show you care by modeling it. If I can pull this off, my students will engage!
Allison Pentti
01:01:43
We have to be the example of a learner. We have to never be satisfied with what we know. We have to continue to learn and evolve.
Sandra Ovalles
01:01:44
We need to start thinking about our learning environments. We also need more PD opportunities.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:01:45
Again, I agree with Ms. Davis! 👍🏽👏🏽
Levin Aiken
01:01:47
As an educator, remain flexible and adapt to grow. Be okay with taking risks to allow for creativity.
Marcia Karls
01:01:48
Community tech ..
Stacey Wahrman
01:01:52
Giving students more opportunity to follow their own interests and ideas, rather than simply following directions.
Yalanda Salone
01:01:55
Take of us so that we can take care of our students.
Lauren Geller
01:01:55
Project based learning
Maria Lourdes Nocedal-Geaga
01:01:59
Agreed!
Kim Wood
01:01:59
I believe teaching to all learners is key. That means using different methods of teaching. Train teachers, train staff, and build those relationships so that you know your kids
Gayle Kraus
01:01:59
Harvard Project Zero Thinking Routines are also great to open the student's thinking and it motivates my students to speak their minds in my art room.
SUZANNE KUJAWA
01:02:02
Go to where kids are and scaffold them up and add educational component to technology they are using. they are already there...add the education
Pamela Hamilton
01:02:02
LOVE!!!!
Bill Mezzano
01:02:03
Totally agree, start with the teachers, it starts there!!
Leslie Bukowski
01:02:03
We have to be willing to get out of our comfort zones and quit using that as an excuse for overlooking voices in our classes.
Christina Tully
01:02:03
I think the ability to work toward breaking the "we've always done it this way" cycle is IMPERATIVE
Luis Guzman
01:02:04
Create more equity in supports for bilingual students and ESL learners in my state of NM
Kathrine Leanne Hering
01:02:04
Willing to embrace changes, continue to seek out others for ideas.
Meghann Seril
01:02:05
Yes, we must take care of teachers so we can take care of students!!
Angela Cappucci
01:02:05
Yondr is a pouch that students use to put their phones during the school day. It works 80% of the time!
Sheila Twine
01:02:05
100% Ms. Davis
Wendy Mathre
01:02:07
Discourse, discourse, discourse
Crystal Cottrell
01:02:09
More training on/for diverse learners and leaders
Linda Carter
01:02:09
When doing innovation, start with the poorest school, base funding on poverty levels.
Marcia Karls
01:02:11
Be opened minded … growth mindset
Shayla Jester
01:02:12
They have taken art out of our schedule so we now have to incorporate it in the class
Norma Combs
01:02:14
Start with SEL activities to open students minds
Anna-Marie Booth
01:02:15
“You can’t pour from an empty cup” - T.Davis 👍🏽
Joshua Condry
01:02:16
Project based learning
Maria Barrera
01:02:16
I agree with you, Ms. Davis.
Erica Kinney
01:02:16
@Monique: You're welcome! I'm teaching an accelerated cycle in another county this summer. Working with the founders Dan & Anne has been one of the most transformative experiences I've had as an educator!
Lauren Moseley
01:02:16
Yes! Focus on the teachers! What's good for the soil is good for the seed!
Gwendolyn Dean
01:02:18
Yes
Levin Aiken
01:02:21
Yes, thank you Tiffany for bringing teacher wellness as a forefront!
Adrienne Rozier
01:02:25
Yes, focus on the teachers! strengthen the foundation.
Bobbie Lynn Weir
01:02:27
I LOVE TEACH PLUS TOO!
Susanie-Ann Egan
01:02:29
YES teachers should be invested in first - when we feel empowered, supported, respected, esteemed, and invested in, we can then take all of that and pour it into our students!
Heather Zehner
01:02:36
commitment and investment in educators
Ronda White
01:02:38
If you take care of the teachers then the teachers will CONTINUE to take care of the students
Cara Maxwell
01:02:48
Teach Plus Senior Fellow here! Totally agree!!
Marcia Karls
01:02:49
Yes
Alison Conant
01:02:51
In our teacher prep programs (NAU).neuroscience , equity, access , and land-based connections are central
Shayla Jester
01:02:52
So true Rhonda
Jennifer Girardin
01:02:53
Yes!
Latia Bracy
01:02:53
I agree Tiffany. Teaching is like parenting or being a spouse. You cannot give your best if you lack self-care!
Yalanda Salone
01:02:53
YES
Mary Pinkston
01:02:57
Listening to teachers, acknowledging that PK-12 teachers may not have the same concerns, while broadening access to student mental health supports.
Pamela Hamilton
01:02:58
I am so encouraged by the positive talk and encouragement.
Monique Coles
01:03:03
Yes✅
Natalie Johnson
01:03:05
Live starting with Norman Rockwell 4 freedoms. https://www.nrm.org/. Have a discussion either verbally or on canvas. Asking. Do you see yourself? Then go to the re-imagine 4 freedoms. They discover and read the artists statements. They will then create their own.
Kim Wood
01:03:07
absolutely! I agree.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:03:18
Shall we clone Tiffany Davis to speak to/educate/enlighten every public school Superintendent? 😊
Theresa Gaetjens
01:03:21
Yes, @Pamela!
Jennifer Girardin
01:03:22
Yes! Value the profession!
Lauren Moseley
01:03:24
Yes!!!
Jennifer Pitts
01:03:28
YES! It is a trickle down effect. If teachers are supported it will effect students!
Barbara Edwards
01:03:32
Keep the arts and honor them, music, art, drama, creative hands on learning, instead of cutting the electives and cutting these from the gen ad classroom. Pacing guides that don't allow for innovation are taking away the powerful creative work students could be doing with authentic learning experiences. Honor students and teacher learning and teacher styles.
Lauren Moseley
01:03:38
Poverty gets you nothing!
Vicente Aguilar
01:03:42
so ture all
Vicente Aguilar
01:03:44
true
Kim Wood
01:03:44
But...Teach With Poverty in Mind!
Gregory Brown
01:03:49
Money!
Angela Cappucci
01:03:49
Yes, $$$ plus flexible time work!
Jerry Whiting
01:03:53
Amen, Milton, Sir!
Susan Knighton
01:03:55
So true!
Monique Coles
01:03:57
Yes 💲
Angela Alston
01:04:02
Also equity and access for teachers.
Andrea Van Eaton
01:04:02
That is a mic drop statement. In education, equity is a financial issue.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:04:05
In what city is Mr. Turner teaching?
Rama Devagupta
01:04:06
Thank you, WA, Supreme Court for taking a stand on McCleary and funding our schools.
Erica Kinney
01:04:10
THANK YOU all for keeping it optimistic AND keeping it real!
Yalanda Salone
01:04:11
YES, YES, YES. If education is the foundation of our grow and development as a country then put the money into it so our students can SOAR.
Regina-Champagne Babin
01:04:11
I love "to empower teachers to be their best selves!"
Tonya Campbell
01:04:18
Yes, equal funding.
Gregory Brown
01:04:20
Mic drop!
Jennifer Girardin
01:04:25
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Kathrine Leanne Hering
01:04:28
yes!
Shayla Jester
01:04:31
Yes
Miguel Delgado
01:04:46
Invest on educators.
Angel Afolabi
01:04:52
I definitely agree!
Anna-Marie Booth
01:05:03
In what Ohio city is Mr. Turner?
Tracey Leider
01:05:18
We have to be willing to follow through at the building level. Not keep shining the "newest" thing
Erica Tate
01:05:21
Student voice and parent collaboration
Courtney Cation
01:05:25
thats crazy
Kim Tate
01:05:29
Great point @Kira! No one asked us what we needed or wanted!
Jennifer Girardin
01:05:33
Yes! Where was the teacher voice!
Robin Myers
01:05:33
Yes! But I think we have to invest in great educators.
Ramzi Zarour
01:05:42
Empower teachers
Matt Dorsett
01:05:43
Allow the safe space to try new things as discussed earlier and have a support system in place prior to trying so if it fails, we can re-examine, reflect and try again as more ideas come to the table to keep building the system out until success
Ramzi Zarour
01:06:12
MoneyHousingBenefitsVacations
Gregory Brown
01:06:24
https://www.alongtalk.com/
Courtney Parker
01:06:38
Respect and trust in educators as professionals.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:06:41
Agreed, when we invest in teachers, we invest in students and encourage students to join the profession.
Stacey Donaldson
01:06:44
True teacher leadership!!
Pamela Hamilton
01:06:46
I can hear your passion, wow!
Marcia West
01:06:48
It seems that there is not ever enough time to determine what may work for teachers and students. Education seems to jump on bandwagons and therefore lacks commitment to the investment of students.
Monique Coles
01:06:52
Totally missed people putting into place with the old way of teaching mindset. Feedback from teachers, students, community, parents!
Ramzi Zarour
01:06:58
Mathramzi.com
Currie Joyner
01:07:02
NC as well needs to do more in the area of teacher compensation.
Shawn Vinson
01:07:14
Yes. I agree Teachers need so much support and it will definitely require investing more in teaching, and learning initiatives and investing in TEACHERS!
Kim Wood
01:07:29
Hi Kirsten!!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:07:44
Yes, Kirsten!!!
Joshua Condry
01:07:44
NC lost over 7000 teachers this year. They have to do something to keep educators in the classroom.
Michelle Crumm
01:07:45
Yay for Las Vegas kids!
Vicente Aguilar
01:07:46
I support Shawn
Shelly Carman
01:07:52
Admin needs to support us when we are challenged by parents on our teaching practices.
Kira Orange Jones, Teach Plus (she/her)
01:07:53
Brilliant insight.
Robin Myers
01:07:59
Aligning teacher/student commitment is key!
Jennifer Girardin
01:08:04
Thank you for focusing on teachers! So much is always about the impact on students but we overlook the biggest impact on students - the teachers themselves
Kira Orange Jones, Teach Plus (she/her)
01:08:06
Brilliant insight
Susan Knighton
01:08:14
No worries Kirsten - I'm from Phoenix, have to always think about that time shift.
Angel Afolabi
01:08:21
We must work to change the perspectives that our communities have about us as teachers as well.
Currie Joyner
01:08:24
Shelly, Absolutely!
Theresa Gaetjens
01:08:25
I hear you @ Joshua. Half of our 8th grade teachers left.
Erica Kinney
01:08:26
@Robin: I love that! Aligning commitment = aligning successes
Shawn Washington-Clark
01:08:28
100% agree with you Kirsten
Sandra Ovalles
01:08:31
It is so wonderful to hear Kirsten's perspective. Awesome, Kirsten!!!!
Kim Wood
01:08:32
So true Kirsten
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
01:08:46
Love that, Kirsten!!!
Angela Cappucci
01:08:49
Yes, students voice is important when designing curriculum! What do they want to learn? How do they want to learn?
Robin Myers
01:08:51
I love that Kirsten!
Matt Dorsett
01:08:52
Love that too!
Ramzi Zarour
01:08:53
Kristen nice
Christine Lawrence
01:09:03
Respect for teachers and support - teachers aren't "disposable." Help with trauma students and differentiation on greater levels than a single classroom can provide.
Josie Barrett
01:09:06
Well said!
Rania Zarour
01:09:08
Yes, I agree with diversity.....100%
Brigitte Tennis
01:09:10
As a retired educator and NBCT, I support teachers by creating lessons for them, sending PowerPoints they can use, correcting papers for them, listening when they need to decompress, and tutoring students that are having challenges.
Doretha Allen
01:09:19
classrooms are safe spaces for student voice
Jayne Masden
01:09:25
Impressive kids
Janice Webster
01:09:27
Thank you Kristen and Sahara!. Thank you for sharing as a student. We are here because of you
Magnolia Neal
01:09:29
well said, Kirsten.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:09:50
Delighted to hear that Kirsten recommends to "let students speak”. I share that perspective.
JANET DOUGLAS
01:09:52
Thank you.
Jennifer Girardin
01:09:55
Thank you to all, especially the students; speaking to so many teachers all at once must be intimidating! 😊
Erica Kinney
01:10:03
Sahara and Kirsten make me feel more positive about the future :-)
Monique Coles
01:10:10
Students have voices that matter. Thank you ladies student panelists 👏🏽
Jennifer Bartoli
01:10:11
I love hearing the students' perspectives! These girls are amazing!
Robin Myers
01:10:21
Me too @Erica
Angela Alston
01:10:22
@Brigitte, that's awesome!
Currie Joyner
01:10:24
Brigette, that is awesome.
Bridgette Wright
01:10:25
Love this! Thanks so much for sharing
Barbara Joann Combs
01:10:33
I want more of a studio-based art room; to let my students choose their themes and mediums they create in
Theresa Gaetjens
01:10:38
I totally love hearing student perspectives!!
Angela Cappucci
01:10:46
100% agree- All cultures matter!
Josie Barrett
01:10:54
So true, and important to recognize!
Nancy Lee
01:10:55
Me too @Jennifer
Gloria Tabdi
01:10:56
Be a risk taker to welcome every changes and find out what works for the benefits of our students. After all, we aim for the same goal, “Quality Education”.
Magnolia Neal
01:11:08
That
Niki Dixon
01:11:09
I appreciate what has been shared. Thanks you.
Monique Coles
01:11:15
I love that idea
Susan Knighton
01:11:16
And get together with your CTE teachers. I did this last year with my stagecraft students - it was great!
Bill Mezzano
01:11:17
Incredible insight!!
Kim Tate
01:11:18
Such a good point, @Sahara. Students were on games and devices because they wanted to do things that made them happy in an environment that was very difficult.
Victor Hamilton
01:11:18
Excellent choice of students for this session.
Shawn Vinson
01:11:23
I appreciate the student "voices" this is amazing!
Kelie Grizzle
01:11:24
These student perspectives are amazing. Thank you!
Currie Joyner
01:11:25
Brigette I'm sure the teachers who get that support from you really appreciate it.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:11:26
Thanks to Sahara for pointing out that students want to know Why they are being forced to learn something. Yes, forced because school is a requirement.
Marcia West
01:11:29
What wonderful insight from these beautiful young ladies. Students have great perspectives on their learning. They deserve to be heard. Thank you for giving them this platform.
Consuelo Johnson
01:11:31
Generation Genius does a lot of connection to the real world and shows how math is used everyday
Doretha Allen
01:11:36
Thank you for your honesty. You all ROCK!!!
Rania Zarour
01:11:36
Thanks for sharing... I like your idea....
Theresa Gaetjens
01:11:38
Thank you for your insight!!
Sandra Bishop
01:11:40
@Anna - Cleveland, OH
Kim Wood
01:11:44
Thank you
Karlyn Brown
01:11:46
Nice session. Thank you! Those two students are a gift.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:11:48
Useful session! Thank you! 👍🏽👏🏽
Suzanne Martinez
01:11:48
Thank you - great session!
Richard Rosivach
01:11:50
Thank you so much!
Alison Conant
01:11:50
Thank you!
Jayne Masden
01:11:51
Thank you girls
Kerin Curry
01:11:51
thank you
Kerry Krawczyk
01:11:53
Thank you for sharing.
Monique Coles
01:11:55
THANK YOU!!!
Angela Smith
01:11:56
Thank you!
Barbara Edwards
01:11:58
Thank you so much student panelists for your perspective! Good luck in your future. You are both fabulous!
Currie Joyner
01:11:59
Thanks, everyone.
Gwendolyn Dean
01:12:00
Thank you panel.
Crystal Cottrell
01:12:00
Thank you so much
Robin Myers
01:12:00
Thank you everyone!!! Have a fabulous Summer!!
Deborah Hunter
01:12:00
It is so important to satisfy the why of it. This has been a superb session. It is greatly appreciated.
Leslie Chorzempa
01:12:01
this was awesome ty
Jennifer Bartoli
01:12:03
Thank you!
Wendy Mathre
01:12:04
Thank you
Kina Melvin
01:12:04
Thank you!!
Senetria Blocker
01:12:04
Thank you! Great session.
Shawn Vinson
01:12:07
Very Insightful! Thank you ALL so much! Shawn from VA.
Heavenly Montgomery
01:12:07
Thank you for sharing! Wonderful session!
Jennetta Thomas
01:12:07
Thank you! Especially the student input!!
Kristen Buonanno
01:12:08
Thank you!
Miguel Delgado
01:12:09
Thank you!
Matt Dorsett
01:12:09
Thanks so much! #awesome
Kim Tate
01:12:11
I appreciate all of the panelists. Thank you so much!
Magnolia Neal
01:12:12
That's a good point Sahara! However, we need to consider those who did practically nothing productive. Thank you for the honesty.
cindy mahler
01:12:12
Thank you for a great conversation! This was really great.
Heather Whitley
01:12:12
Great!
Elizabeth Segovia
01:12:12
Ms. Peggy.....thank you so much for everything.
Yolanda Serrato-Jonian
01:12:13
Thank you, great conversation.
Consuelo Johnson
01:12:14
Thank you all!
Maria Barrera
01:12:14
Than you for this great session!
Sandra Bishop
01:12:16
Thank you
Kristine Swartchick
01:12:16
Thank you so much!
Antonio Ontiveros
01:12:16
Thank you.
Jennifer Pitts
01:12:19
thank you!
Laura Stone
01:12:20
Can you put the survey link in the chat, please?
Sandra Ovalles
01:12:21
This was a wonderful presentation. Thank you.
Megan Franke
01:12:22
Thank you
Erin Strole
01:12:22
♡♡♡
Janice Webster
01:12:22
Thank you to all of the panelists. This has been incredible. Im so grateful for this opportunity to be here and be part of education. It is a blessing
Shayla Jester
01:12:22
Thank you all so much
Heather Woolson
01:12:23
Thank you so much!!
Benjamin Franke
01:12:24
thank you
Bill Mezzano
01:12:24
Thank you so much, this was an amazing session
Victoria Balogun
01:12:25
Thank you Panels. Great job everyone
Erin Strole
01:12:27
thank you
Regina-Champagne Babin
01:12:28
Thank you 😊 💓!
Cesar Lopez Barreras
01:12:28
Thank you
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:12:29
Survey https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Marcia West
01:12:29
Thanks so much for this session. It was one of my favorites. So informative, engaging and thought provoking.
Susanne Silk
01:12:29
Thank you all!
Terrie Bodey
01:12:31
Thank you for the excellent conversation!
Stacey Donaldson
01:12:31
Thanks!!!
Sheri Rosenberg
01:12:33
thank you all
Monica Hall
01:12:34
Thank you so much!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:12:34
Survey https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Cassandra Fairclough
01:12:34
Thank you. Very engaging
Andrea Van Eaton
01:12:35
Thank you!
Barbara Joann Combs
01:12:35
Thank you; these workshops have been encouraging and informative
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:12:36
Survey https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
01:12:38
Thank you so much! You all are amazing!
Marshall Blakely
01:12:39
Thank you!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:12:40
Survey https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Donna McDaniel
01:12:41
Having the students was the best. Wish we could have had that for all sessions.
Susan Knighton
01:12:43
🤗
Laura M Pugh
01:12:53
Thank you ALL!!!
Erin Strole
01:12:54
♡ loved hearing from students 1st hand ♡
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:12:55
Survey https://bit.ly/Academy22Conversations
Cindy Black
01:12:57
Thank you!
Valerie Sanders
01:12:59
I especially enjoyed the young panelists and their sage advice.
Barbara Edwards
01:13:07
Thank you so much for this powerful and thought provoking hour!
Philip Tschirhart
01:13:07
Thanks. Very informative.
mahealani yamashita
01:13:08
mahalo
Gloria AREVALO
01:13:13
thank u!!
Anna-Marie Booth
01:13:13
title of session?
Sandra Ovalles
01:13:16
Yes
Currie Joyner
01:13:19
I can sit and listen to this conversation all day. Good job everyone.
Alexis Cortez
01:13:23
Thank you everyone!
Barbara Joann Combs
01:13:26
for clarity was this community and connection
Natalie Johnson
01:13:31
I Don’t see the course in the Google form
Cathy Kim
01:13:31
Thank you!
Estibaliz Leal
01:13:33
Thank you.
Gregory Brown
01:13:35
Thanks!
Sandra Ovalles
01:13:41
Thank you, Laura.
Latia Bracy
01:13:42
This was awesome!!!
Christine Lawrence
01:13:42
Thank you for a great conversation, wish there was more like this and more teachers and districts took part in talks like this. I think this is what it will take to make a real change. Thank you for supporting teachers.
Kelley Trivette
01:13:42
Thank you so much!
Natalie Johnson
01:13:42
Don’t see the course in Google form.
Alicia Darden
01:13:44
Great opportunity to learn from you all.
Vicente Aguilar
01:13:48
TKS
Ronda White
01:13:50
Thank you!
Susanie-Ann Egan
01:13:51
Thank you!
Angela Alston
01:13:51
Thanks! Make it an awesome summer vacation!
Nancy Lee
01:13:54
Thank you
Angel Afolabi
01:13:54
Thank you
Rebekah Fuss
01:13:55
Thank you!
Joell Kerr
01:13:56
Thank you
Mary Pinkston
01:13:58
Thank you
Angela Marhefka
01:14:01
Linda--I forgot to fill out my survey for my sessions on Tuesday! Is there any chance I can do that?
Josie Barrett
01:14:01
Thank you!!
Agnes Bell Wetteroth
01:14:02
Thanks!
Jayne Masden
01:14:02
Thank you panelists
Bridgette Wright
01:14:04
Thanks
Elizabeth Aguilar
01:14:06
Thanks!
Christina Tully
01:14:06
Thank you!
Kiarica Smith
01:14:06
This was amazing! Thanks!