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National Board Academy Engage and Lead for Equity-focused Change - Shared screen with speaker view
Jayne Masden
17:47
Hello everyone
Jennifer Bartoli
17:55
Good morning!
Ramzi Zarour
17:58
Hello
Michael English
18:01
Hey everyone
Ramzi Zarour
18:02
From Seattle
Milad Nazar (he/his)
18:02
Good morning everyone!
Lenore Patalina
18:03
Good morning
Heather Zehner
18:04
hi
Christina Tully
18:06
Good morning, all!
Christopher Olson
18:08
Good afternoon. :^)
Alicia Lyles
18:08
happy summer!
Stephanie Keys
18:10
Hey Everyone!! Great to be here.
Marie Germaine
18:11
Marie Germaine, 5th grade teacher, Los Angeles
Megan Franke
18:11
Morning!
Ramzi Zarour
18:12
Math certified
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
18:13
Good Morning!
Laleh Ghotbi
18:13
Hello, I am Laleh Ghotbi, 4th grade teacher in SLC- UT
Ramzi Zarour
18:18
Blessings
Benjamin Franke
18:19
Good morning
Lisa Mikes
18:20
Good morning!
Michelle Accardi
18:23
Hello From Gulfport MS!
Leslie Bukowski
18:24
Good morning.
Sarah Smith
18:27
Hi Everyone, Sarah Smith Middle School Math, North Carolina
Kathryn Trumble
18:27
Kathryn, 4th Grade, North Carolina
Kina Melvin
18:28
Good Afternoon from Baltimore, Maryland, 6-8 Special Education Teacher
SUZANNE KUJAWA
18:29
RISE behavior program for Katy ISD, 6-8
Amy Meracz
18:30
Good morning from Las Vegas! 8th grade social studies.
Vincent Brandl
18:30
Hello from Wisconsin!
Patricia Hinds
18:30
Patricia Hinds, math, Arkansas
Carrie Carrie Morales
18:32
Good Morning! Carrie Morales 4th grade GISD in NM
Jessica Stone
18:32
Jessica Stone 6-12 librarian in Arkansas
Monica Hall
18:33
Monica Hall, 8th grade U.S. History, in ABQ, NM
Debra Silk
18:33
Susanne Silk, CTE from Oklahoma
James Sullivan
18:34
I’m James SullivanI teach in Las Vegas, NVGood afternoon
Rhonda Travis
18:35
Rhonda Travis Special Educator WV
Ramzi Zarour
18:36
High school
Rosalyn Wisneski
18:36
Hello from Belen, New Mexico, High School social studies
Trisha Vertner
18:36
Trisha, 2nd Grade, NV
Tracy White
18:38
Good afternoon! Tracy White, secondary and undergraduate mathematics, Raleigh, NC
Karlyn Brown
18:39
Karlyn Brown-5th Grade Science-Monroe, NC
Angela Smith
18:39
Good morning! Angela Smith, HS ELA, NV
Jennifer Bartoli
18:39
Jenn Bartoli, 3rd grade, Las Vegas.
Andrea Van Eaton
18:42
Andrea, Elementary Music, Las Vegas, NV
Jennifer Miesse
18:42
Jen Miesse, 7th Grade Math, Maryland
Stephanie Keys
18:44
Stephanie, Math 9th - 12th, Texas
Deanne Hamilton
18:45
Deanne, 7th-8th grade science, Utah
Tina Wormley-Green
18:45
Tina Wormley-Green, 2nd grade, Baltimore, Maryland
Teresa Watkins
18:45
Hello. Teresa Watkins, FCS: Foods, Hays, NC 9-12
Leslie Chorzempa
18:46
Hi, I’m Leslie. I teach 6th grade math in Las Vegas.
Kathrine Leanne Hering
18:47
Leanne Hering, 6-8 self-contained ELA, Las Cruces NM
Heather Zehner
18:47
Heather, 2nd grade, Las Vegas
Ashley Roberts
18:47
Ashley Roberts 1st grade NC
Alison Mall
18:48
Sunny Mall, Homer AK, Assistant Principal/Teacher, secondary mathematics
Audrey Pesnell
18:48
Audrey Pesnell 6th grade ELA, Oxford, AL
Jason Mroz
18:48
Jason Mroz/
Kathleen Pham
18:48
Kathy Pham, Language Arts, Miami, FL
Wendy Mathre
18:49
Hello from Las Vegas, I teach 2nd grade at Cortez ES
Wendy Pacheco
18:50
Rhode Island
Stephanie Roethlisberger
18:50
Stephanie Roethlisberger, 4th grade TX
Magnolia Neal
18:50
Hello, Magnolia Neal from Phoenix AZ, Special Ed Resource 6-8
Courtney Cation
18:50
courtney cation 2nd grade las vegas
Jill Turner
18:50
Good afternoon, I am Jill Turner, Library Media PK-5, Barco, NC
Amy Pezzoni
18:50
Amy Pezzoni - Computer Science - High School (9-12) - California
Senetria Blocker
18:52
Senetria, Maryland, Mentor Teacher
Laura Stone
18:52
Dr. Laura Stone, Art, K-6, KY
Rebekah Rohland
18:52
ESL, K-8, Philadelphia
Tedra Matthews
18:52
Tedra Matthews, NB Coordinator SF
Jennifer Pitts
18:53
Jennifer Pitts- Art, 6-8, Arkansas
Michelle Crumm
18:53
Hi! I am Michelle Crumm from Las Vegas, Nevada. I teach kindergarten :)
Kelly Glynn-Aikins
18:53
Kelly Glynn, 1st grade, Bellingham, WA
alexis cortez
18:53
ESOL elementary, Maryland
Cassandra Foster
18:54
Cassandra Foster, 6-12 ex ed, Chattanooga, TN
Beth Richardson
18:54
Beth Richardson, 5th grade math, KY
Gwen Riles
18:54
Gwen Riles, ELL Social Studies and ELA, high school, Seattle, WA.
Amanda Reed
18:55
Good morning 🌞 Amanda Reed sped Ed. Las Vegas, NV
Victor Hamilton
18:55
Victor Hamilton Substitute Teacher Hampton, VA
Sandra Ovalles
18:55
Sandra Ovalles - Spanish - High School - South Carolina
Tracey Weigold
18:55
Tracey, Coastal North Carolina, High School Math
Jayne Masden
18:56
Jayne Masden - 3rd grade in Las Vegas, Nevada
Ron Yoder
18:56
Ron Yoder, Bilingual Math Teacher, 9th-12th grade, Algebra 1 through Precalculus, Statistics, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Alicia Lyles
18:56
Alicia Lyles, Frankfort KY Elkhorn elementary Music teacher.
Kristel Lara
18:57
Kristel Lara, ELAR 8th, San Antonio, TX
Stacey Wahrman
18:57
Stacey Wahrman, high school English teacher from Silver Spring, MD
Hilary Vargas
18:57
Hilary Vargas, K-5 Interventionist in Seattle, WA
Haylee Reitzel
18:57
Hello! Haylee Guthrie, Kindergarten, North Caroline
Lindsay Paine
18:58
Lindsay Paine - ELAR/SS - 4th grade - Arlington, TX
Kelly Lambert
18:58
Kelly Lambert, NBCTElementary Teacher
Tamara Dudley
18:58
Tamara Dudley, VP of Advocacy & Communications for NBPTS!
Natalie Valenzuela
18:58
Natalie Valenzuela, central office staff member, Fairfax, Virginia!
Peggy Brookins
18:58
Peggy Brookins Washington, DC
Gail Morris
18:58
Good afternoon, computer science/business education for grades 6-8 from Newark, DE.
Natalie Johnson
18:58
Natalie Johnson teach art and technology in Monument Valley utah.
Leslie Bukowski
18:59
Leslie, ELAR, 11th-12th, Texas
Jaymie Lynn Santiago
18:59
Jaymie Santiago, Literacy Coach in San Francisco, CA
Linda Carter
18:59
Linda Carter, LAP Reading K-6, Puyallup, Washington
Pamela Hamilton
19:00
Pamela Hamilton, AYA science, Alabama
Tracy Williams
19:00
Tracy Williams, Sped Facilitator, Las Vegas
Jennifer Fridell
19:00
Jen Fridell elementary tx
Kristi Cox
19:00
Kristi GT Arkansas
Christie Timm
19:01
Christie Timm grade 3 Franklin, WI
Christine Bickett
19:01
Christy Bickett, high school mathematics, Shepherdsville KY
Meagan Jackson
19:01
Meagan Jackson, k-5 music, Las Vegas
Amy Bassett
19:02
Amy Bassett, TX
Tania Webb
19:02
Tania Webb, 6-8, Theatre, Nevada
Merida Diaz
19:02
Merida Diaz 2nd grade Phoenix AZ
Melanie Ust
19:03
Melanie UST- physics and chemistry- Las Vegas NV
Angela Cappucci
19:03
Angela Cappucci- Spanish High School Teacher- Boston, MA
Vanessa Rasmussen
19:03
Vanessa Rasmussen, HS English, NJ
Stephanie West
19:03
Hello from Columbia, SC 7th grade ELA
Tina Hill
19:04
Tina Hill - Dallas Texas
Jade Boots
19:04
Jade Boots, 7th and 8th Science, Texas
Audryn Damron
19:04
Audryn Damron, NBCT, high school sped, Murray, UT
Maria Barrera
19:04
Hello everyone, Maria Barrera here. Science Teacher (High School) San Jose, CA.
Germani Yang
19:05
Germani Yang, 6th grade math and science, Los Angeles
Matthew Sepkowitz
19:05
Matt Sepkowitz, 3rd Grade, CA
Julieta Dixon
19:05
Julieta Dixon-ESOL Elementary Level, Maryland
Kerin Curry
19:05
Hello from Texas, Kerin Curry, High School Social Studies
Theresa Wiggins
19:06
Theresa Wiggins 1-4 math and science virtual teacher SC
Shawn Washington-Clark
19:06
Shawn Washington-Clark, Middle School, Maryland
Anna Quezada
19:06
Anna Quezada Elementary 5th grade Los Angeles California
Analine Acosta
19:07
Analine A. Acosta HS Math teacher PGCPS, MD
Keith Gushiken
19:07
Keith, middle school instrumental music, San Francisco, CA
Cesar Lopez Barreras
19:07
Good morning. Cesar Lopez, CTE Secondary Teacher, Southern CA
Samantha Hayes
19:07
Samantha Hayes, Missouri NEA Teaching and Learning Director, Jefferson City, MO
Lisa Mikes
19:07
Sped- K-1, Olympia WA
Keysha
19:08
Keysha O'Dell, Kindergarten, WV
Elizabeth Mastrella
19:08
Lizz Mastrella, School Counselor, NC
Frances Kerr
19:09
Frances Kerr, 1st grade, Illinois
Gloria Tabdi
19:09
Gloria Tabdi, Geometry, 10th, New Mexico
Holly McVaigh
19:09
Holly McVaigh, HS English, KY, NBCT-renewed
Jennifer Woodard
19:09
Jennifer Woodard Adapted PE (special Ed) NOVA
Christina Roth
19:09
Christina Roth, NC, NBCT district support provider
Rachel O'Callaghan
19:09
Rachel O'Callaghan 3rd grade Elkin, NC
Candice Woodie
19:09
Candy Schenk, AYA Math, high school, Maryland
Cathy Hull
19:10
High School Special Education, Maryland
Bridget Taylor
19:10
Bridget Taylor, Music 6-8, Washington
Rhonda Mashburn
19:10
Rhonda Mashburn, Business, 10-12, Arkansas
Julia Chivers
19:11
Julia Chivers - 1st Grade - San Leandro, California
Nenita Cruz
19:11
hi al, Nenita Perez 10-12 selling and marketing from Guam!
Jen Kotkin
19:11
Good morning from beautiful Arizona! Jen Kotkin
Dina Hambly
19:11
Dina Hambly, Las Vegas Library
Heather Hood
19:11
Heather Hood, 8th Grade Cyber Foundations, Olive Branch, MS
Luis Guzman
19:11
Luis Guzman, High School Science, New Mexico
Dawn Raschke
19:11
Dawn, Plano Texas SPED K-5
Linda Holkup
19:12
Linda Holkup, FBISD in Texas HS CHOIR
Lynda Dalton
19:12
Lynda Dalton, NBCT - Science High School teacher - Chapel Hill, NC
jacqueline vizcaino
19:12
Hello, I am Jacqueline Vizcaino, 6th grade English/History/Art teacher in an urban setting of the Los Angeles USD.
Amy Brown
19:13
Hello! Dr. Amy Brown, NBCT, Prof. Practice & Policy Teaching Fellow @ Virginia Education Association (an NBPTS Affiliate Network)
Richard Rosivach
19:13
Rich Rosivach - HS social studies - Minnesota
Hanne Denney
19:14
Hanne Denney, NBCT Maryland - Middle School Administrator. Hello!
Dominique Uskert
19:14
Dominique, SF, CA - High School SS
alexis cortez
19:14
esol elementary, Maryland
Kathleen Chianese
19:14
Kathy, Elementary Art Specialist, Las Vegas NV
Tracey Leider
19:14
Tracey Leider, Wisconsin, HS Science
Ilena Delorso
19:15
Ilena Delorso, ESOL PK-8, Maryland
Robin Becton
19:15
Robin Becton Technology Education/K-6 Education in North Carolina
Amber Zubiate
19:15
Amber Zubiate LA k-3
Christopher Olson
19:16
Chris Olson9 - 12Computer Science & ProgrammingBentonville, AR
Khadijah Miller
19:17
khadi Miller, kindergarten, Texas
Heather Woolson
19:17
Hello! Heather Woolson, 7th & 8th Grade Science, Columbia, MD
Rachna Rikhye
19:18
Hello - Rachna Rikhye -- Marland -- Upper Elementary ELD
Lisa Rhinehart
19:19
Hello, from Pell City, AL 8th grade science- NBCT since 2011
Claire Wernecke
19:19
Claire Wernecke, 2nd Grade Spanish Dual Immersion, San Francisco, CA
Rama Devagupta
19:19
Dr. Rama Devagupta, NBCT Southridge High School. AP Biology, Honors Biology, Forensics Teacher.
Lourrie Duddridge
19:19
Good morning, Lourrie Duddridge FCPS in Virginia.
Brenda Lamb
19:20
Brenda Lamb, K-5 Exceptional Education, KY NBCT
Joann Henry
19:21
Joann Henry, 4th grade, Albuquerque, NM
Kerry Krawczyk
19:21
Kerry Krawczyk, NBCT, Middle School PE/Health, NC
Angela Bailey
19:23
Angela Bailey - 5th grade - Silver Spring, Maryland
Anna-Marie Booth
19:23
Anna-Marie Booth, ELA 7th/8th, San Francisco, CA NBCT
Joshua Condry
19:23
Joshua Condry sixth grade social studies NC
Selena Ross-Miranda
19:23
Good Afternoon! Selena Ross-Miranda Language Arts
Kelly Tyndal
19:25
Kelly, 3rd grade, Las Vegas, NV
Wendy Schlitz
19:26
Wendy Schlitz k-12 school counselor Washington School for the Deaf
Keitha Burnett
19:26
Good Afternoon Keitha Burnett, NBCT Miami, Florida GulliverPrep
Sharon Zeller
19:29
Sharon Zeller 2nd grade Northern VA
Lenore Patalina
19:29
Lenore Patalina Las Vegas Nevada. kindergarten teacher. I just finished my 1st year of teaching.
Teresa Wilson
19:31
Good morning! 1st grade in Las Vegas
Josie Barrett
19:31
Josie Barrett, 3rd grade, Washougal, WA
Mariana Ascencio
19:34
Hi my name is Mariana from Arizona. I teach kindergarten.
Susan Knighton
19:37
Susan Knighton - Phoenix AZ - music teacher and NBCT candidate
Alison Conant
19:39
Dr. Ali Conant, NBCT-Prescott, AZ- Higher Ed-Northern AZ University....
Gregory Brown
19:39
Gregory Brown, Physical Education and Health, New Mexico
Sue Haney
19:40
Sue, NBCT, First Grade, Illinois
Dorothea Mixon
19:43
Dorothea Mixon Fayetteville, NC Middle School Resource Math 6-8th Grade
Dawn Kaminsky
19:43
Dawn Kaminsky, NBCT Cobleskill-Richmondville NY
Margarita Rodriguez
19:45
Good afternoon, Margarita, K, NBCT, CA
Tammy Gillmore
19:50
Tammy from Arkansas.Eng 11/Oral Com/Pre-Educator Program
Marcia West
19:51
Marcia West, Maryland. Special Education Teacher
Felecia Wiley
19:51
Good afternoon, Hello I am Felecia Wiley. I am a Preschool Special Ed teacher in Cecil County Md.
diane Newell
19:52
Diane Newell, middle school, science & health (she, her) Los Angeles (attending from Hawaii - Aloha!)
Adrienne Rozier
19:52
Adrienne Rozier NBCT, Richmond VA, K-5 Exceptional Ed.
Kyle Harmon
19:52
Kyle Harmon, HS Teacher-Librarian, Colorado
Mackenzie O'Connor
19:55
Mackenzie O'Connor - High school biology - FL
Lori Slonaker
19:56
Hello! Lori Slonaker, Early Childhood, Las Vegas
Emma Alvarez
19:57
Emma Alvarez from Alpharetta, GA
Currie Joyner
19:57
Currie Joyner, MBA, NBCT; CTE/ Computer Science Discoveries , Wilson NC
NGUYEN PHAM
19:57
Nguyen Pham - ESL - Minnesota
Barbara Edwards
19:59
Barbara Edwards, Middle School ELA, Highline SD, Burien Washington. EMCLIT
Theresa Baker
20:00
Theresa BakerGrade 11 ELA American literature/Standardized test prepMiami lakes Florida
Doretha Allen
20:00
Dr, Doretha Allen, NBCT Literacy Reading/Language Arts Early to Middle Childhood Dallas, Texas
David Navarette
20:03
David, Music, Nevada
Alvin Michalewicz
20:03
Alvin Michalewicz high school physics, Missouri City, Texas
Jessica Maloy
20:03
Hi from Las Vegas! 🌴 ELA, adult Ed.
maria sturcke
20:06
Maria special education
Brianna Carter
20:19
Brianna Carter, High School Social Studies, Charlotte, NC
Annie Arredondo
20:19
Annie Arredondo - 6th-12th ESL Coordinator in Odessa, TX
Ashley Sexton-Radney
20:21
Chemistry - Frederick MD
Carmen Buchanan
20:24
Carmen Buchanan, special education teacher, NBCT
Stacey Boring
20:26
Stacey- Texas, 9-12 Math
William Mezzano
20:33
Hi Eddie, I’m Bill from NC, 9-12 Math
Rhoda C Gill Grant
20:35
Hi, I'm Rhoda C. Gill Grant, Birth-2 SWD, Brooklyn, NY
Nate Exline
20:41
Nate Exline, 3rd grade, Sparks, NV
Megan Franke
20:42
Megan Franke, HS Choir, Las Vegas NV
Sharon Varghese
20:45
Sharon Varghese, Ed. D., Coordinator of Professional Learning, Fort Bend ISD
Tracey Weigold
20:47
Tracey, Coastal North Carolina, High School Math
Katrina Tunstall
20:50
Katrina, NC, grade 8 science
Dr. Sandra Montgomery
20:56
Doctora Sandra Montgomery 🙂 I am an educational consultant who works with children age 3 thru high school. I just moved to the Houston area.
Benjamin Franke
20:57
Ben Franke, MS Band STEM, Boulder City NV
Maria Lourdes Nocedal-Geaga
21:03
Maria Lourdes Nocedal-Geaga, I'm channeling from Oakland, CA Honoring Land of Ohlone. Coaching teachers & school staff on PBIS & Leading Culture and Climate School & Team in a Middle School in San Francisco.
Shayleen Mallick
21:07
Shayleen Mallick forensics, genetics, physiology
Aaron Napier
21:11
Aaron Napier NBCT LA California Pre-K-6th Grade Adapted Physical Education Teacher
Erica Tate
21:15
Erica Tate, School Counselor-Marysville SD, Washington
Audryn Damron
21:22
I missed the name of the podcast?!
Jennifer Smith
21:37
Jennifer Smith, NBCT, Assistant Director of the National Board Resource Center at Illinois State University
Angel Afolabi
21:37
Dr. Angel Afolabi, NBCT AYA Math, in Saar, Bahrain teaching in Thomson, GA
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
21:49
Audryn I'll grab a link for you!
CARRIE Johnson
21:56
Carrie Johnson, Math Coach from Salt Lake City, Utah
Erika Paz
22:01
Erika Paz, ECSE teacher, Los Angeles, California LAUSD
Artis Wheatley
22:12
Artis Wheatley, Elementary Special Education, Resource, Houston, TX
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
22:13
@Audryn: https://www.nbpts.org/national-board-conversations-podcast/
Laura Benedetto (she/her)
22:27
National Board Conversations Podcast https://www.nbpts.org/national-board-conversations-podcast/
Jennetta Thomas
22:35
JennettaThomas, Valencia, CA
Kristine Swartchick
22:47
Kris Swartchick 7 Life Science, Minneapolis, MN
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
22:49
Dr. Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez, NBCT / Retired Bilingual Educator from Kyle, Texas / TXNBCT Mentor / PLF
Anna-Marie Booth
22:53
Love the names!😊
Geetha chennam
22:59
Geetha Chennam, Science Teacher, Lake Charles, LA
Shelley Warner
23:12
shelley warner middle school NBCT Special Education
Scheffie Lindquist
23:27
Scheffie Lindquist, teaching 10th and 11th grade English, Missouri City, TX.
Gwendolyn Dean
23:28
Gwendolyn 5th grade, Atwater,Ca
Gloria Henllan-Jones
23:34
Gloria Henllan-Jones candidate support provider Chicago Network
Marlene Excellent
23:34
Marlene Excellent ESE 3rd, 5th Tampa Fl
Sheri Rosenberg
23:59
Sheri Rosenberg, ESOL Teacher, Anne Arundel County, MD
Alison Mall
24:00
Great point … which is why our nation needs to invest in recruiting and retaining elementary level male educators :) :) :)
Alison Mall
24:25
My favorite teacher in K-6 was Mr. Steven Hooker who was the ONLY male educator in the building.
Heidi Bursch
24:29
Hello from Heidi Bursch, grade 1, WA
Dori Smith
24:41
Dori Smith - Forensics and Practicum CCMA - Seniors - Texas
Kelly Tyndal
25:29
I only had 2 Asian teachers/professors in my entire educational career from pre-K to grad school.
Antonio Ontiveros
25:34
Hello to all from Anthony New Mexico.
Kristen Simo
25:45
Kristen Simo, English Teacher, 7-8th grades, Newcomb, NM
Billie Parke
25:47
Billie Parke, 1-2 Resource Teacher, Sunnyside, WA
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
26:20
https://www.storytellersforchange.com/
Rania Zarour
26:20
hi from kent...chemistry certified teacher
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
26:31
https://latinxedco.org/
Kim Wood
26:42
Kim Wood- CTE Cibolo TX
Jennifer Palo
26:55
Jennifer Palo, NBCT, MD
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
27:17
"Experts of our own narratives”
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
27:29
"Experts of our own narratives”
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
27:32
That part Jaci!!
April Jones (she/her)
27:41
YES! Same.
Ben Vallejo
28:02
Ben Vallejo NBCT AYA/Science to 2031, Los Angeles USD
mahealani yamashita
28:06
Aloha!
Ben Vallejo
28:13
Mahalo!
Robin Raine
28:20
Hello educators!!! Thank you for connecting and sharing.
Tiffany Little
28:22
Tiffany Little NBCT Science 8th grade KY
Susana Elizarraraz
28:40
Orgullo Latinx Story Circle - https://fb.watch/dYeCo2Tmwd/
Magnolia Neal
28:42
Beautiful! It's so true, but not thought of
Laleh Ghotbi
28:55
I am an educator from a diverse background. Is it ok that I share the podcast that briefly talks about my kids and my own challenges in the education system?
Gregory Brown
29:05
Stories of Joy!
Kiarica Smith
29:27
Kiarica Smith, Alabama, Math
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
29:36
https://latinxedco.org/
jessica ross
29:53
I love that!!
Angela Alston
29:55
Angela, NBCT, Second Grade, Los Angeles
Audryn Damron
30:20
c
SUZANNE KUJAWA
30:21
d
Scheffie Lindquist
30:23
c
Richard Rosivach
30:23
c
Brenda Lamb
30:23
b
Wendy Pacheco
30:24
d
Kursten Pickup
30:24
c
Rama Devagupta
30:24
C
Cathy Hull
30:24
c
Doretha Allen
30:24
b
Magnolia Neal
30:24
b
Jennifer Bartoli
30:25
D
Jennifer Smith
30:25
c
Lenore Patalina
30:25
d
Heather Woolson
30:25
C
Laleh Ghotbi
30:26
c
Tania Webb
30:26
c
Amy Aronstein
30:26
c
Tracey Leider
30:26
c
Ray Salazar, NBCT
30:26
c
Amy Bassett
30:27
c
Annie Arredondo
30:27
b
Mackenzie O'Connor
30:27
b
Natalie Valenzuela
30:27
a
Tracy Williams
30:27
D
Maria Barrera
30:27
d
Kathryn Trumble
30:27
C
Tracey Weigold
30:27
a
Sandra Ovalles
30:28
d
Stephanie Keys
30:28
d
Karlyn Brown
30:28
b
Alvin Michalewicz
30:28
c
Candice Woodie
30:28
b
Luis Guzman
30:28
a
CARRIE Johnson
30:29
b
Khadijah Miller
30:29
c
Josie Barrett
30:29
d
Bridget Taylor
30:29
c
Kathleen Chianese
30:29
d
Joann Henry
30:29
a
Christina Roth
30:29
C
Angel Afolabi
30:29
d
Jaymie Lynn Santiago
30:30
B
Michelle Crumm
30:30
C
Misty Roberson
30:30
D
David Navarette
30:30
C
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
30:30
c
Lourrie Duddridge
30:30
B
Jameelah Wright
30:30
C
Jade Boots
30:30
B
Christopher Olson
30:30
d
Rosalyn Wisneski
30:30
c
Marcia West
30:31
d
Gaya Jefferson
30:31
b
Andrea Van Eaton
30:31
D
Kessler Roberson
30:31
b
Stacey Boring
30:31
b
Lindsay Paine
30:31
C
Carmen Buchanan
30:31
b
Kristel Lara
30:31
D everyday
Rebekah Rohland
30:31
b
Aaron Napier
30:31
c
Traci Schwing
30:31
C
Linda Carter
30:31
b
Ilena Delorso
30:32
c
Ashley Roberts
30:32
c
Amy Pezzoni
30:32
b
Angela Smith
30:32
d
Kelly Glynn-Aikins
30:32
c
jacqueline vizcaino
30:32
c
Margarita Rodriguez
30:32
c
Claire Wernecke
30:32
C
Wendy Schlitz
30:32
c
Teresa Wilson
30:33
c
Barbara Edwards
30:33
c
Gregory Brown
30:33
C
Kerry Krawczyk
30:33
c
Kiarica Smith
30:33
b
Minerva Villegas
30:33
b
Alison Mall
30:33
B
Angela Bailey
30:33
b
Susan Knighton
30:33
c
Jill Turner
30:33
D
Angela Cappucci
30:33
c
Anna Quezada
30:33
c
Keith Gushiken
30:33
c
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
30:33
C
Kathrine Leanne Hering
30:34
c
Matthew Sepkowitz
30:34
c
Sarah Smith
30:34
D
Pamela Hamilton
30:34
b
Jennetta Thomas
30:34
b
Angela Alston
30:35
b
Estibaliz Leal
30:35
c
Hanne Denney
30:36
b
Megan Franke
30:36
D
Kristine Swartchick
30:36
b
Nancy Flores
30:36
b
Tonya Campbell
30:36
c
Brittney Skinner
30:36
C
Benjamin Franke
30:37
d
Stacey Wahrman
30:37
c
Mariana Ascencio
30:37
c
Dori Smith
30:37
D
Cesar Lopez Barreras
30:37
C
Rachna Rikhye
30:38
c
Laura Newmeyer
30:38
c
jaya neal
30:38
c
Kelly Tyndal
30:38
b
Jennifer Woodard
30:38
C
Alicia Lyles
30:38
c
Nenita Cruz
30:38
c
Patricia Hinds
30:39
B
diane Newell
30:39
b
Stephanie Roethlisberger
30:39
C
Dominique Uskert
30:39
C
Elizabeth Mastrella
30:41
C
Meagan Jackson
30:41
D
Debra Silk
30:43
D
Rhonda Mashburn
30:43
C
Kristi Cox
30:46
d
Nancy Henkes
30:52
c
Jennifer Miesse
30:53
b
Maria Lourdes Nocedal-Geaga
30:55
D
William Mezzano
30:59
b
Sonia Solis
31:02
A
Jennifer Pitts
31:03
c
Jen Kotkin
31:05
c
Geetha chennam
31:06
b
Christie Timm
31:06
d
Ron Yoder
31:06
D every day!
michael steele
31:21
d
Adrienne Rozier
31:28
often
Antonio Ontiveros
31:33
B
Sandee Ortiz
31:44
B
Currie Joyner
32:20
Tried to answer poll but my connection went away and I had to switch to my phone. 😔
Laleh Ghotbi
33:24
Thank you for sharing your personal story, many of our students and their families may have the similar stories.
Rama Devagupta
33:36
@Susana - That is so hard. It also confirms that the mother's emotional and physical health has a direct effect on the child in the womb.
Currie Joyner
33:53
When I attempted parents and students contributed it to talking about myself instead of the experience I was trying to share with the students.
Aaron Napier
34:03
Thank you for being vulnerable
Maria Barrera
34:09
I feel ver identify with you. Thanks for sharing!!
Anna Quezada
34:13
you are freezing
Linda Carter
34:24
Epigenitics?
Jameelah Wright
34:41
Wow, that is so powerful
Rama Devagupta
34:49
@Susana - that is so hard... being a mom for your mom.
Heather Zehner
34:52
Wow. That is really emotional,
Laleh Ghotbi
34:52
😔
Angela Alston
35:14
Good Morning! Would you all mind sharing the difference between using Latinx and Latino and Latina? Can I use all of them? Is it just depending on what the person identifies as?
Magnolia Neal
35:20
Poor kids... maybe we/I have students in that situation
Rhoda C Gill Grant
35:27
I was a "mommy's girl too; I miss her God rest her soul.
Gwen Riles
35:40
So many of our students experience lives like yours, Susana.
Josie Barrett
35:48
Thank you for sharing! So many students share similar experiences, and it is so important to recognize and acknowledge your experience!
Robin Becton
36:14
This is so informative for me because I had a young female student that did this as well and moving forward it gives me more ideas to help these students.
Michael Vazquez
36:17
I had to do that when we lived in Canada. Translate into French. I was 6. I learned French from watching The Flinstones.
Magnolia Neal
36:19
Thank you for being so open about your narrative.
Marcia West
36:28
Your story is the story of students that I have taught. They feared being in school because they would not be there if someone came to the house.
Angel Afolabi
36:39
Thank you for sharing your story Susana.
Alison Mall
36:42
Water is very scary. My grandmother was a girl when her family migrated to the west. Her brother lost his footing while they were crossing the Pecos River … her dad jumped in to rescue him and they both drowned. It was very traumatic, and I always was cautious when crossing rivers as a result of this story … our stories are important … the indigenous in Thailand had an advantage during the tidal wave due to oral history … they knew what to do in the moment as they recognized the signs.
Jameelah Wright
36:43
Thank you for sharing this. It really gives us some insight into what it might be like for immigrant students/families
Angela Cappucci
36:56
@Magnolia, we do have students in similar situations, but they are afraid of sharing their story for fair of any negative consequences.
Angela Alston
36:59
Your story is shared with so many others.
Sue Haney
37:36
That is very enlightening for me in understanding parents.
Tracey Weigold
37:56
What a GREAT story!!!
Kiarica Smith
38:07
AMAZING STORY!!!!
Michelle Crumm
38:09
Thank you for sharing your story, it is powerful
Jameelah Wright
38:10
😭
Jill Turner
38:17
Rancho Rabbit and the Coyote by Duncan Tonatiuh is a great picture book students with similar stories connect to.
Lenore Patalina
38:21
Love your story!!
Gwen Riles
38:23
Home visits, y'all!
Kristel Lara
38:24
Susana you're making me cry....
Artis Wheatley
38:32
Thanks, your story is similar to the story of some of the students at my school.
Kristel Lara
38:41
your story is so much like mine....
Kristel Lara
38:47
i'm not alone....
Kathrine Leanne Hering
38:50
A refreshing change in perspective...
Maria Barrera
38:54
@Kristel, I agree!
Kristel Lara
38:56
i'm not the only one...
Alison Mall
38:58
I’m trying to think of a single parent who “didn’t care” … after 30 years in education … I’m still trying to think of a name … there are parents who lack agency, skills, etc. but not many who “don’t care”. Great point about how what a person says indicates their underlying disposition.
Artis Wheatley
38:59
How touching!!!
Angela Alston
39:09
Yes, some teachers say erroneous comments suggesting that parents do care because they don't come to conferences and other school events. When instead it most likely has to do with language, work schedule, and more. It is very rare that a parent actually doesn't care.
Rama Devagupta
39:13
I am afraid of home visits / family visits because I am an Asian American and there might be resentment against me.
jessica ross
39:21
Powerful your story is, and will reverberate for generations. i am in tears, as teacher of ELL students, not realizing till now what they may be and are probably experiencing.
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
39:25
Powerful story! Many of my students have experienced your story!
Brianna Carter
39:28
I had to correct my mom’s cousin in Miami who had that attitude.
Gwen Riles
39:38
Home visits in pairs with someone who belongs to or is accepted into that culture.
Sandra Ovalles
39:42
Thank you for sharing your story.
Dr. Sandra Montgomery
39:51
Thank you for sharing your story and reflection. This example explains so much for others. Your mother as a parent probably wanted to be more involved at school. As a mother I can feel your story from your Mother's perspective as well. This needs to be shared with all. You habe inspired some great communication ideas that I can share with others in my world.
Magnolia Neal
39:51
@ Allison Mall... well said Allison
Amy Rollins
40:17
Thank you for sharing your story with us.
Gwen Riles
40:42
iYeah - first half of home visit is always about when the family needs. Electric bill? Letter from the IRS?
Jill Turner
41:01
Thank you for sharing your story.
Margarita Rodriguez
41:02
Thank you for sharing your story.
Gwen Riles
41:04
*what
Anna-Marie Booth
41:07
Susana, what a meaningful story!
Antonio Ontiveros
41:20
Thankyou so much for the Awesome insight.
Christina Gaura
41:33
c
Angela Bailey
41:36
what an impactful story
Levin Aiken
41:41
c
Paula Watkins
41:41
c
Angela Alston
41:41
Home conferences are the best. You can never achieve what you get in a hime conference in a classroom conference. Home conferencing is more flexible in that you are meeting with parents at times and dates that are more convenient for them and they get to relax at home. You are able to go after school and weekends. I miss the home conferences and hope to get back to them this year.
Angela Bailey
41:43
thanks for sharing
Sandra Ovalles
41:45
d
Tracey Weigold
41:45
My personal story is not this inspiring.
Adrienne Rozier
41:48
c.
Christie Timm
41:57
c
Jayne Masden
41:59
C
Laleh Ghotbi
42:07
I am so grateful that you shared. As a person of color I can relate and appreciate.
Victoria Beasley
42:13
d
Antonio Ontiveros
42:14
B
Lenore Patalina
42:19
d
Wendy Mathre
42:22
d
MARIA CRUZ FRAUSTO OROZCO
42:24
b. I need to share more stories
Shu-Ying Bonner
42:34
c
Kim Wood
42:35
c
Angela Alston
42:35
b
Angel Afolabi
42:38
c
jacqueline vizcaino
42:39
d
michael steele
42:39
b
Sarah Smith
42:39
Thank you so much for sharing your story.
Aaron Napier
42:42
C
Maria Barrera
42:45
Totally agree Susana. So inspiring!!!!
Bridget Taylor
42:45
Thank you for sharing your story!
Mariana Ascencio
42:49
c
James Sullivan
42:50
c
Jennifer Palo
42:50
Listening stories of my students and parents are gut-wrenching experiences for me especially that I can resonate their struggles me being an immigrant, too.
Rosalyn Wisneski
42:54
c
Geetha chennam
43:00
c
Kiarica Smith
43:01
Thanks for sharing!
jacqueline vizcaino
43:02
Powerful.
Debra Silk
43:05
C
Jennifer Palo
43:10
Thanks for sharing!
Carmen Buchanan
43:14
I too, need to share more stories. thank you so much for sharing
Ron Yoder
43:15
What an uplifting life story!
Tracy White
43:17
Thanks for sharing!!
MARIA CRUZ FRAUSTO OROZCO
43:17
Thank you so much for sharing. You have empowered me to share my stories more often.
Felecia Wiley
43:19
Thank you for sharing your story. So powerfule
Karlyn Brown
43:21
very powerful! thanks for sharing
Brenda Lamb
43:27
That was very powerful!! Thank you so much for sharing your story!!
Analine Acosta
43:28
B
Barbara Edwards
43:29
thank you Susana
Doretha Allen
43:30
Powerful
Aaron Napier
43:40
Thank you, very powerful!
Victor Hamilton
43:40
Everyone of us needs an advocate at some point in our lives. Susana, thank you for your being the advocate that you are.
Adrienne Rozier
43:41
Thank you so much
Amy Rollins
43:41
b
Analine Acosta
43:43
Powerful story
Wendy Schlitz
43:48
Thank you, gracias. I am Deaf I can empathize with you and your mother
Alicia Lyles
44:02
I've used your story at my school, and watched people's mouths drop.
Alison Mall
44:07
I’m saddened when (some) educators seem disinterested in hearing their colleagues’ personal stories … how can you effectively work beside someone when you don’t know where they are coming from?
Magnolia Neal
44:17
God bless your parents and your mom for making a powerful impact in your life. There is always a positive even in trials.
William Mezzano
44:21
Incredible story, thank you so much for sharing!!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
44:33
Access to the slides for today’s presentation can be found at https://www.nationalboardacademy.org/resources
Lindsay Paine
44:39
Thank you for sharing your incredible story.
Jennifer Palo
44:39
Totally agree @ Allison
Matthew Sepkowitz
44:44
Thank you for your openness. It's important to know the background of our students and their families and not make assumptions.
Angela Alston
44:56
@Rama, you can do home conferences if you like. Remember that you will present this home conference idea to your parents and they will let you know if you can go. They will most likely welcome you. My experience is that families are honored that you would take time to come visit them. Students are excited beyond belief that you are coming to their home.
Rhoda C Gill Grant
45:51
Your Mom sounds fantastic God bless her; she must be so very proud of you! You go, Girl!!
Jocelyne Waddle
45:59
can we have the link to this video please?
Rama Devagupta
46:11
@Angela - Thank you so much for reaching out to me with this suggestion. With gratitude.
Rachna Rikhye
46:24
Yes could we please have a link?
Maria Lourdes Nocedal-Geaga
46:48
Beautiful story and video! How do we get access to your slides?
Ron Yoder
46:56
Jarrito SANGRÍA is my favorite (pineapple is next) :-)
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
46:57
The Journey Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7NsB9Gnhm8
Kim Wood
47:02
link please
Kristel Lara
47:05
Susana I can't find you online anywhere
Sandra Ovalles
47:09
"The New American Reality" is a great video.
Kim Wood
47:15
🤓
Milad Nazar (he/his)
47:16
You can find the link in the slides on the Academy website: https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/182210/
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
47:26
The Journey Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7NsB9Gnhm8
Julia Chivers
48:48
The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson is my favorite read-aloud for introducing story-telling as a class community building activity.
Heather Woolson
48:54
Isn't this session until 1:30?
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
49:07
There is a panel as a part of the session.
Heather Woolson
49:20
Ahh okay, thank you!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
49:21
The panel will begin in just a few seconds 🙂
Currie Joyner
49:57
That's the way I feel, we are all immigrants in this country.
Angela Alston
50:42
Jacqueline Woodson books are beautiful.
Tonya Campbell
51:00
@Heather: If I understand correctly, this session is until 12:00’ish. The next session is at 1:00.
Lynda Dalton
51:18
Laura B - I wondered if you could send me the survey a bit early, or to my e-mail (tndalton4@aol.com or ldalton@chccs.k12.nc.us) as I have to leave to go to a double funeral of a couple who both passed away Friday night which is at 2 p.m. Thank you.
Senetria Blocker
51:21
Thank you so much for sharing
Barbara Edwards
51:22
5pm in what time zone?
Kristel Lara
51:23
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!! SUSANA I LOVE YOU
Gwendolyn Dean
51:23
Thank you
Kathrine Leanne Hering
51:31
Thank you for being raw and real!
Monique Coles
51:31
Awesome talk! Yes Powerful!
Tonya Campbell
51:58
12:00 wish and 1:00 is Central Time zone.
jessica ross
52:04
Hawaii time, (HCT)
jessica ross
52:18
7:05
Laura Benedetto (she/her)
52:44
Yes, I will follow up with you. Thank you for being here
Tonya Campbell
52:48
@Heather: I looked again. This session runs until 12:30 Central
Lynda Dalton
53:03
Thank you!
Angela Alston
53:30
9:30-10:30 pacific time. 1 hour session.
michael steele
53:31
sessions are 1 hour each
Tracey Weigold
53:43
I can not “personally" relate but I do have compassion and empathy for students/their families from many backgrounds. Unfortunately, I am often categorized as one of the “others”, this is a struggle for me. I get the door shut in my face because I have not had similar struggles in my lifetime or because I am not of the same race or background as my students.
Monica Hall
53:49
@Barbara 5pm CST
Emma Alvarez
54:30
I teach children with learning differences. I also have three very successful children of my own with learning differences. I share their stories of success to help my students
Delia Perez-Solorzano
54:31
Latinx Education Collaborative Social Media
Delia Perez-Solorzano
54:37
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latinxedco/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/latinx-education-collaborative/Twitter: @LatinxEdCo
Delia Perez-Solorzano
55:21
Panelists: this question came up in the chat and the Q & A. Good Morning! Would you all mind sharing the difference between using Latinx, Latino, Latina? Can I use all of them? Is it just dependent on what a person identifies as?
Robin Becton
55:37
Telling your stories can help students to relate and make a connection to what you are teaching by activating their prior knowledge through those subtle relations in your story to their personal experiences.
Kristel Lara
55:38
wow at ray salazar
Kristel Lara
55:41
that's amazing
Gwen Riles
56:44
@Tracy - I sometimes have similar experiences. I listen listen listen before saying much. I try to learn from everyone. I model making mistakes, recognizing them, and publicly apologizing for them.
Rhoda C Gill Grant
56:46
I was born and raised in Bedford Stuyvesant; I seem to be able to readily relate to kids because of this; of course loving kids, no matter what their color, doesn't hurt either! (smile)
Ray Salazar, NBCT
56:56
The White Rhino Blog: www.chicagonow.com/white-rhino
Ray Salazar, NBCT
57:08
@WhiteRhinoRay
Delia Perez-Solorzano
57:28
Susana's Twitter: @sanaspeaks_ Delia’s Twitter: @chiboricana
Tracey Weigold
57:30
@GR…Yep, GREAT reminders.
Magnolia Neal
57:34
I'm bilingual, and unfortunately still struggle with writing.
Magnolia Neal
57:51
It's really embarrassing for me.
jacqueline vizcaino
58:36
@Magnolia Neal You are not alone.
Gwen Riles
58:36
I ask kids and families to help me with things I need to learn about. I had my kiddo in a Spanish-English bilingual immersion elementary school, so they speak better Spanish than I do.
Sandra Ovalles
58:47
Magnolia, just continue reading and writing and it will get better daily. :)
Kim Wood
58:54
I use my story in my classroom and with my parents so that they know they are not alone and that there is hope. I grew up on the border as a white student. I took Spanish and learned the language to the point I was participating in poetry competition. Well, we moved my senior year to Aguadilla Puerto Rico and in the schools there was very little English. I was immersed into Spanish and a whole new culture. I was also a single parent for 13 years and put myself through school. I use these stories to help my kiddos and parent adjust and understand the possibilities around them- I also let them know I am here to help.
Senetria Blocker
59:04
absolutely
Kim Wood
01:00:11
Awesome stories
Gwen Riles
01:00:38
Yikes - test gatekeeping.
Magnolia Neal
01:00:50
@Kim Wood, thank you for sharing your narrative.
Anna Quezada
01:00:56
@Kim great story!
Magnolia Neal
01:01:05
Powerful as well.
Lenore Patalina
01:01:22
I love listening to others and reading about others because I continue to learn something new even at 56 years old. Thank you
Cathy Novelo
01:01:53
Thank you for sharing your stories.
Sandra Ovalles
01:02:05
Lenore, that is awesome. Me, too.
Anna Quezada
01:02:13
@Lenore I agree I also enjoy listening and I continue to grow and learn.
Magnolia Neal
01:02:35
That's courageous Ray Salazar because most people are afraid of retaliations for speaking out.
Susana Elizarraraz
01:02:35
I ❤️ youth!! So many are willing to step up and advocate, no hesitation!
Monica Fuentes
01:02:39
Monica, Chicago, CPS High School. @Ray thank you for your advocacy!!
Gwen Riles
01:02:41
Hey, us 56-year-olds can still rock it, Lenore.
Agnes Bell Wetteroth
01:02:42
Wow! Awesome!
Holly McVaigh
01:02:44
WOW Ray!
Laleh Ghotbi
01:02:44
Amazing way to advocate for your students!
Laura Newmeyer
01:02:46
We are never too old to listen to understand even at 62!!
Selena Ross-Miranda
01:03:02
I use my story to give students hope though tragic life experiences happens you can still succeed.
Carrie Simmons
01:03:11
That is an awesome story, Ray! I used to teach in the Chicago Public School system before moving to Virginia.
Kristel Lara
01:03:21
Thank you, for being so courageous and advocating for our very deserving youth
Kristen Nguyen
01:03:28
What was that word: not divorcing our feelings from our thoughts?
Anna Quezada
01:03:32
Yes! @Selena
Ramzi Zarour
01:03:44
Nice
Aaron Napier
01:03:55
Yes!!
Emma Alvarez
01:04:13
They see that they can make it
Artis Wheatley
01:04:16
Good practice to ponder before posting message
Brittney Skinner
01:04:39
Wow!
Dawn Raschke
01:04:40
It makes us human.
Monica Fuentes
01:04:48
powerful! responsive vs. reactive
Dominique Uskert
01:04:55
Love that
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:04:56
Wisdom, transformation and not the trauma...so powerful.
Doretha Allen
01:05:03
That was powerful!
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:05:03
Such a great point, Mirta! They need safety!!
Selena Ross-Miranda
01:05:05
Wow great advice! Write from your wounds.
Anna-Marie Booth
01:05:07
Delighted to hear/see Ray Salazar - I have heard him on NPR👍🏽👏🏽
Magnolia Neal
01:05:33
👏👏👏 Ray Salazar
April Jones (she/her)
01:05:37
Wow. "Don't publish from a wound." I think there's so much to take from that in how we think about life. Thank you for that wisdom, Ray.
Angela Cappucci
01:06:14
Sharing our stories allow students to write/share their own stories of trauma, failure and/or success.
Gwen Riles
01:06:22
One of my reserved Eritrean students shared about his months in detention in Nigeria on his journey here. His classmates totally opened up to him after that.
Christina Gaura
01:06:34
Our students definitely need relatable role models. Any advice for teachers of different backgrounds than their students?
Magnolia Neal
01:06:37
I guess, the Hispanic population faults from speaking from wounds. This is a powerful personal lesson for me.
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:06:58
From martyrdom to empowerment!
Magnolia Neal
01:07:29
well said Danielle Brown!
Gwen Riles
01:07:35
Many of my Central American students could relate to his story because of their experiences in ICE detention.
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:08:34
“Is your mindset martyrdom?”
Sheri Rosenberg
01:09:34
As an ESOL teacher, I want to hear my students' stories by sharing mine. I love my ESOL students and families. I want to support them and be their voice when and where I can. I just had to fight to not have one of my students retained.
Dominique Uskert
01:09:58
Yes, yes! Good point with martyrdom
Artis Wheatley
01:10:04
There's a lot of loud background noise!
Courtney Cation
01:10:05
collaborate and keep trying new things
Emma Alvarez
01:10:13
Try to relate to your students and see if your story can help them
Doretha Allen
01:10:31
Ray, you are giving us the truth today!
Laura Newmeyer
01:11:12
To all the Panelists - Thank you for being so vulnerable and sharing your stories to Us and your students! To Ray - way to represent Illinois! Can’t wait to continue working together!
Susana Elizarraraz
01:11:28
So sorry - didn't realize there was a lot of noise. Just moved inside. 🤗
Ray Salazar, NBCT
01:11:35
Thank you for being here!
Michelle Crumm
01:11:48
Love that you could be you, it is very scary!
Josie Barrett
01:12:36
Thank you for sharing your stories!
Brittney Skinner
01:12:45
Love transcends
Sandra Ovalles
01:12:50
Delia, thank you for sharing your story.
Lenore Patalina
01:12:51
I like to tell stories in my kindergarten classroom to gets those kiddos talking and thinking about who they are in a safe, kind, and respectful environment.
Kristel Lara
01:12:51
can you resend the link to the website where we can access the 5pm expression session
Angela Smith
01:12:56
Thank you!
Laleh Ghotbi
01:12:57
Imagine how you empowered students who fear to show their sexuality when you talked about yours! Kids feel safer when educators are vulnerable and open.
Andrea Van Eaton
01:13:04
thank you
Jayne Masden
01:13:04
Thank you
Angela Cappucci
01:13:06
Stories serve a different purpose if told in different settings with different audiences.
Melanie Ust
01:13:07
Thank you-
Mariana Ascencio
01:13:09
Thank you so much!
Maritza Vakas
01:13:10
Thank you
Alison Mall
01:13:11
Thanks everyone, both panelists, and hosts! :)
Gwen Riles
01:13:12
Muchas muchas gracias!
Brianna Carter
01:13:12
Thank you
Monique Coles
01:13:12
This is a very rich discussion. Definitely share stories with others and give others the opportunity to tell theirs and listen 👂
Alison Conant
01:13:14
Thank you!
Angela Bailey
01:13:15
Thank You!
Keith Gushiken
01:13:17
Thank you!
Kathleen Pham
01:13:17
Thank you.
Heather Woolson
01:13:18
Thank you!!
Monica Hall
01:13:19
Thank you so much!
mahealani yamashita
01:13:20
Mahalo!
Bridgette Wright
01:13:22
Thank you!
Margarita Rodriguez
01:13:22
Thank you so much. This was amazing!
Laleh Ghotbi
01:13:24
Freat session, thank you!
Christopher Olson
01:13:24
Thank you
Lindsay Paine
01:13:25
Thank you!
Teresa Watkins
01:13:25
Thank you!
Sandra Ovalles
01:13:25
Thank you so much.
Laura Stone
01:13:27
Do you have link to survey?
Angela Alston
01:13:28
can u put survey in chat
Victoria Balogun
01:13:29
Thank you
Elizabeth Mastrella
01:13:30
Thank you!
William Mezzano
01:13:30
Amazing stories by everybody, you are all heros
Noelle Derse
01:13:31
Love the joyous way people are sharing here. Thank you!
Marcia West
01:13:31
Thanks so much!
Courtney Cation
01:13:32
link please
Trisha Vertner
01:13:32
Can you send the link in chat?
Monique Coles
01:13:32
Survey link
Lourrie Duddridge
01:13:33
Thank you!
Gaya Jefferson
01:13:33
Thank you!!
Esmeralda Perez-Gonzalez
01:13:33
Powerful session! Thank you!
Laleh Ghotbi
01:13:35
Great^
Kelly Tyndal
01:13:38
Amazing. Thank you!
William Mezzano
01:13:39
Survey link
Jill Turner
01:13:40
Can you link the survey
Rama Devagupta
01:13:41
Link in the chat please
Michael Vazquez
01:13:41
link in chat plz?
diane Newell
01:13:43
wheres the link
Anna-Marie Booth
01:13:43
survey link?
April Jones (she/her)
01:13:43
Title: Telling Your Story to Advocate for Change, Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Robin Raine
01:13:45
Thank you!!!!!!
Jennifer Bartoli
01:13:46
Thank you
Angel Afolabi
01:13:52
Thank you all.
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:13:53
Engage and Lead https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity ; https://forms.gle/19Lf1w2kFxJ78Q3w5
Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:13:53
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Selena Ross-Miranda
01:13:54
Thank you!
Kristen Simo
01:13:56
Thank you!
jessica ross
01:13:57
Please post the link to the survey in chat
Rania Zarour
01:13:59
can you please send the link for the survey?
Joann Henry
01:14:01
Thank you all - this was awesome! I appreciate you all. 🙂
Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:14:02
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Jennifer Palo
01:14:03
Thank you, all.
Maria Barrera
01:14:04
Thank you; very powerful !!!!
Currie Joyner
01:14:05
Thanks guys you gave me a lot to rhink about.
Rasha Makaty
01:14:07
Can I have the link to the survey?
Kina Melvin
01:14:13
Thank you!!
jacqueline vizcaino
01:14:17
I learned so much today. Thank you, thank you!
Lisa Clarke, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:18
https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity ; https://forms.gle/19Lf1w2kFxJ78Q3w5
Bridget Taylor
01:14:18
Thank you all for your stories!
Milad Nazar (he/his)
01:14:19
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
jessica ross
01:14:19
I canʻt copy the screen
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:21
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Susana Elizarraraz
01:14:23
Expresion will be here today!: https://www.facebook.com/latinxedco
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:24
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Rasha Makaty
01:14:25
Thank you!
Dr. Sandra Montgomery
01:14:25
This is wonderful and authentic ❤️
April Jones (she/her)
01:14:29
Title: Telling Your Story to Advocate for Change, Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Carrie Simmons
01:14:29
This session was well worth my time. I am grateful to each of you for sharing your stories. I am inspired!
Michael Vazquez
01:14:36
thank you
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:39
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Leslie Bukowski
01:14:42
Thank you!
April Jones (she/her)
01:14:43
Title: Telling Your Story to Advocate for Change, Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Eddie Santiago
01:14:44
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:44
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
alexis cortez
01:14:44
Thank you!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:46
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Amy Aronstein
01:14:47
ty 🎯
Carmen Jaen-Paniza
01:14:49
Thanks!
Lenore Patalina
01:14:49
Thank you
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:50
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Magnolia Neal
01:14:52
Grateful! Amazing!
Anna Quezada
01:14:52
ty
jessica ross
01:14:53
got it, my fav. sesh so far
April Jones (she/her)
01:14:53
Title: Telling Your Story to Advocate for Change, Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Eddie Santiago
01:14:53
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Delia Perez-Solorzano
01:14:54
Thank you all for engaging!!!!
Carmen Buchanan
01:14:54
Thank you thank you thank you!! Very well done
Jaci Fabian, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:55
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Ashley Roberts
01:14:55
thank you!
Danielle Brown, NBCT (she/her)
01:14:56
Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Delia Perez-Solorzano
01:14:59
♥️
Artis Wheatley
01:14:59
Thanks, inspiring stories!
April Jones (she/her)
01:15:00
Title: Telling Your Story to Advocate for Change, Survey: https://bit.ly/Academy22Equity
Anna-Marie Booth
01:15:02
Thank you! 👍🏽👏🏽