#atplc Archive

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Thursday January 26, 2017
9:00 PM EST

  • EduGladiators Jan 26 @ 9:00 PM EST
    👩🏻‍💻 Don't miss our last chat of Rethinking Discipline series w/@SaneeBell #EduGladiators #christianeducators #arkedchat #ankedchat #atplc
  • participatechat Jan 26 @ 9:00 PM EST
    Participate in the upcoming #atplc by sharing resources and collaborating at https://t.co/HuaP7HUrl2
  • SolutionTree Jan 26 @ 9:00 PM EST
    The #atplc chat is live! Share your ideas on #classroommanagement with @thierck!
    In reply to @thierck
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:01 PM EST
    Hello PLN and others joining in for the #atplc chat. I'm looking forward to your brilliant sharing on these Qs. We'll use the Q1/A1 format..
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:01 PM EST
    Onto chat #2 for tonight #atplc I'll post later the #DQB samples Thanks for a great hour of PD #elngsschat
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:02 PM EST
    Let's start with introductions: Tom hosting from Maui tonight & excited to share my latest book and hear your thoughts on positivity! #atplc
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:03 PM EST
    Dan, business teacher from chilly St. Louis. #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:03 PM EST
    Brian from cold & crisp Aurora IL Flurries here...how's Maui? #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:03 PM EST
    Welcome Brian! Looking forward to your sharing tonight #atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:04 PM EST
    Genevie, an Instructional Coach from Texas...wishing she was in Maui!! 🤷🏻‍♀️🌴🌺#atplc
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:04 PM EST
    Hey @thierck Jumping in from WI - Elementary AP & looking forward to a great chat #atplc
    In reply to @thierck
  • lisaagd80 Jan 26 @ 9:05 PM EST
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:05 PM EST
    Paula joining from N Houston. Happy to be learning w/ THE @thierck #atplc
    In reply to @thierck
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:05 PM EST
    Not that! 80 and sunny with a gentle breeze. Happy hour in full swing...#atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:05 PM EST
    So great to have you here, friend! #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:05 PM EST
    Welcome Dan. Hope the thoughts tonight will warm you up! #atplc
    In reply to @WinkelerD
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:06 PM EST
    Welcome friend. Looking forward to your thoughts. #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:06 PM EST
    Big Ben is in the house! Your thoughts are always welcome at #atplc
    In reply to @Ben_educating
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:07 PM EST
    Thanks Paula. The learning will be mutual for all of us #atplc
    In reply to @PaulaMaeker
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:07 PM EST
    Thanks! Hope to follow along...multi-tasking. #atplc
    In reply to @PaulaMaeker
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:08 PM EST
    Breanne from KY here. Middle school math teacher looking forward to discussing positivity #atplc
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:08 PM EST
    Hey, TH... put the Mai Tai down and let's do this! #atplc Greg from Illinois
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:08 PM EST
    Let's dive in: Q1Let’s talk about the difference between expectations and rules. What is preferable and why? #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:08 PM EST
    👍🏼#atplc
    In reply to @thierck
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:09 PM EST
    Hehehe! #atplc
    • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:08 PM EST
      Hey, TH... put the Mai Tai down and let's do this! #atplc Greg from Illinois
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:09 PM EST
    Welcome Breanne! Looking forward to your contributions! #atplc
    In reply to @breanneg2011
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:10 PM EST
    A1 Prefer expectations Lead #plc w/a more goal oriented format Sets up a learning culture #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:08 PM EST
      Let's dive in: Q1Let’s talk about the difference between expectations and rules. What is preferable and why? #atplc
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:10 PM EST
    A1: I prefer expectations. Keep them high and kids will meet them. However, rules feel restrictive and therefore tempting to break #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:10 PM EST
    Welcome! How do you know the happy hour menu so well? Looking forward to your examples #atplc
    In reply to @GregJWolcott
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:11 PM EST
    A1) Rules you have to obey or there will be a sort of consequence. Expectations are fluid & can cont to change to cont to improve #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:11 PM EST
    Absolutely! I believe expectations are lifelong whereas rules are temporary/arbitrary impositions usually in response #atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:11 PM EST
    A1: Expectations encourage ENGAGEMENT. Rules demand compliance. #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:11 PM EST
    A1) I prefer expectations when talking of classroom activities or behaviors. Puts a little responsibility on S's to live up 2 them #atplc
  • drealynn63 Jan 26 @ 9:12 PM EST
    Andrea joining from Riverside County/Southern California. Elementary Instructional Coach #atplc
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:12 PM EST
    A1: Expectations show I care and have high standards for you. Rules mean I just want youlto sit down and b compliant #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:12 PM EST
    You know the old adage: "Rules are made to be..." Set the bar high and help ALL to get there. #atplc
    In reply to @breanneg2011
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:12 PM EST
    Agreed. High expectations can be different for each person. Rules aren't individualized #atplc
    In reply to @breanneg2011
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:12 PM EST
    A1: I prefer expectations. They are things that should naturally happen in the classroom. #atplc
  • kat_goyette Jan 26 @ 9:13 PM EST
    A1) The term "rules" suggests compliance, to cultivate ownership of the work we need guidelines, or even better, shared "norms". #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:13 PM EST
    You got it! Expectations are proactive, rules are reactive #atplc
    In reply to @Ben_educating
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:13 PM EST
    A1: Rules feel like you're expecting something wrong. Expectations show faith in our students. #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:13 PM EST
    Love this. My former principal always said, "High Expectations. High Support." Works w/ this interdependency #atplc
    In reply to @breanneg2011
  • drealynn63 Jan 26 @ 9:13 PM EST
    Rules are static...2 teachers with same rules but different expectations will have different results #atplc
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:14 PM EST
    #atplc Tina Cerja from Virginia Beach!
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:14 PM EST
    A1: expectations seem to focus on the whole person whereas rules seem behavior based #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:14 PM EST
    A1) With playground or buses I do use rules. Misbehaving in a wreckless way in either place will have consequences #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:14 PM EST
    What I was thinking...she just said it better! #atplc
    • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:11 PM EST
      A1: Expectations encourage ENGAGEMENT. Rules demand compliance. #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:14 PM EST
    and, as @nalang1 says. compliance eliminates alliance #atplc
    In reply to @PaulaMaeker, @nalang1
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    Welcome Andrea! #atplc
    In reply to @drealynn63
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    Rules have their place in the structure of what Ts do Expectations drive learning #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    #atplc A1- No rules in my classroom, just expectations.
  • AssignmentHelpN Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    #EduAfterHours #sstlap #isedchat #TBookC #SciStuChat #atplc 10 Promises of eLearning: Unrealized or Unrealistic ? https://t.co/tRv8R2gtzw
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    I like that, @nen_educating! #atplc
    • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:11 PM EST
      A1) Rules you have to obey or there will be a sort of consequence. Expectations are fluid & can cont to change to cont to improve #atplc
  • LorindaKline Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    A1) Expectations speak "belief", speak "as if." Rules speak "control", speak "I have doubts about you." #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    Great framing Katherine. Thanks for joining #atplc
    In reply to @kat_goyette
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    Awesome! I agree! #atplc
    In reply to @kat_goyette
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    and that faith gets rewarded ultimately! #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:15 PM EST
    is the coolest. #atplc
    In reply to @thierck, @nalang1
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:16 PM EST
    Welcome Tina #atplc
    In reply to @tinacerja_vbms
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:16 PM EST
    What is the expectation of responsibility was taught first? #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • LorindaKline Jan 26 @ 9:17 PM EST
    A1) Expectations = classroom leader. Rules = classroom manager. #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:17 PM EST
    Great examples! Rules give the sense that you're expecting something to go wrong. #atplc
    In reply to @LorindaKline
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:17 PM EST
    .@LorindaKline really enjoy the quotes and word association you have with the two. #atplc
    In reply to @LorindaKline
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:18 PM EST
    Your comments are moving me to Q2 How should educators approach teaching behavior? Who should do this? #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:18 PM EST
    , fair point. Believe teaching what we want responsibility, respect, etc. is good practice and necessary as much as content #atplc
    In reply to @thierck
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:18 PM EST
    #atplc My scholars respond meeting expectations as opposed to following rules.
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:19 PM EST
    Succinct and typically perfect summation! Thanks Lorinda! #atplc
    In reply to @LorindaKline
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:19 PM EST
    A2: Everyone in the school is responsible. Model good behavior. Show students their expectations & practice, practice, practice #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:19 PM EST
    A2: Model! Let ACTIONS teach behaviors. "I can't hear what you're saying because I'm too busy watching what you're doing." #atplc
  • kat_goyette Jan 26 @ 9:19 PM EST
    A2: Teach behavior by modeling, praising correct behavior. ALL stakeholders should teach behavior w/consistency of expectations. #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:19 PM EST
    A2 Starts w/Ts respecting & Ss & modeling that authentically on a daily basis #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:18 PM EST
      Your comments are moving me to Q2 How should educators approach teaching behavior? Who should do this? #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:20 PM EST
    If we don't model what we teach, then we are teaching what we model. Behaviour as Academics. #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:20 PM EST
    A2: always helps when you have an effective model to follow. #atplc
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:20 PM EST
    Rosa Isiah, Elem school principal jumping in late. Hello! #atplc
  • gogopedagogue Jan 26 @ 9:21 PM EST
    #atplc There needs to be lots of ongoing conversations, and kids must know you are on their side always
    In reply to @thierck
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:21 PM EST
    A2: Teachers must actively engage Ss in respectfulness & behaviors that lead to success. #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:21 PM EST
    A2) T's need to define what they want their classroom and S's to look like and it needs to be taught in class. Review like academics #atplc
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:21 PM EST
    A2: Expectations should be taught and retaught by all educators in all areas. Support provided 4 those who don't get it 1st time #atplc
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:21 PM EST
    #atplc I model the expected behaviors in our classroom space. We call it our home and we treat it with respect; orderly, clean, and kind.
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:21 PM EST
    Always welcome whenever you can arrive. More brilliance on tap #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:22 PM EST
    it just got real. #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:22 PM EST
    A1-expectations because they come with believing you can verses rules can be short term #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:22 PM EST
    Well stated! #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:20 PM EST
      If we don't model what we teach, then we are teaching what we model. Behaviour as Academics. #atplc
      In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:23 PM EST
    Absolutely! The same approach as we would take with an academic gap should be taken with a behaviour gap #atplc
    In reply to @gogopedagogue
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:23 PM EST
    #atplc My scholars and I also affirm scholars when they exhibit expected behaviors.
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:23 PM EST
    A2) My 2nd grade T's have S's module the behaviors they should see during Daily 5 work. Powerful to S's model for S's #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:23 PM EST
    Welcome Michelle! Greta to have your thoughts here tonight #atplc
    In reply to @AssistSupArea4
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:24 PM EST
    A2 we are all responsible for teaching positive learning behaviors. It's part of a healthy learning community. All are Learners #atplc
  • gogopedagogue Jan 26 @ 9:24 PM EST
    #atplc I think common issues need ongoing whole class conv. issues that arise with ind students should be dealt with privately.
    In reply to @thierck
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:25 PM EST
    Q3 What are the key components of effective feedback? How does it address each student’s personal STORY? #atplc
  • giveawayfavy Jan 26 @ 9:25 PM EST
    #atplc My scholars and I also affirm scholars when they exhibit expected behaviors.
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:26 PM EST
    A2) Ss will imitate what they see - we need to act & treat Ss the same way we want them to act & treat others. #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:26 PM EST
    I haver yet to see a S consequenced to better behaviour. Must always pair up consequence with instruction #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:26 PM EST
    A2 teaching Behavior should be done collaborative and taught by everyone in the building, modeling expectations, clear #atplc
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:26 PM EST
    A3: that you give feedback often. Ss will then trust the process and ultimately trust you. #atplc
  • gogopedagogue Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    #atplc respectful, specific, follow it up and give some praise about positive changes and further pointers on where to improve.
    In reply to @thierck
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    The eyes are on us always. #atplc
    In reply to @Ben_educating
  • kat_goyette Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    A3: Effective feedback is timely, actionable, specific. Ultimately, empower students to provide peer & eventually self-feedback. #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    A3: Specific & concise. Name it! #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    A3 Honest constructive problem solving based Allows Ss to lean & grow in knowledge and confidence #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:25 PM EST
      Q3 What are the key components of effective feedback? How does it address each student’s personal STORY? #atplc
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    A3: feedback helps each individual learn and grow. The feedback becomes personal when you make the effort and time. #atplc
  • gogopedagogue Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
    #atplc in guided reading I find less confident students eat up specific feedback and work really hard to implement it.
    In reply to @thierck
  • gogopedagogue Jan 26 @ 9:28 PM EST
    #atplc Very nice way of putting it.
    In reply to @GregJWolcott
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:28 PM EST
    Yep!! #atplc
    • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:27 PM EST
      A3: feedback helps each individual learn and grow. The feedback becomes personal when you make the effort and time. #atplc
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:28 PM EST
    #atplc Q3- It must be individually constructive, genuine, and helpful.
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:28 PM EST
    A3) feedback should be immediate and specific to the goal being taught. Let them know what they do well and what needs more work #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:29 PM EST
    Thanks to @nalang1 for the graphic and @GregJWolcott for sharing the acronym. Key component of Key 3 in the new book #atplc
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:29 PM EST
    A3: Feedback=specific, constructive, & focus on changeable behaviors. Ss need to know you're in it for them-- not out to get them #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:29 PM EST
    Immediate is key The longer the lag the less the impact #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:29 PM EST
    awww. Thanks! #atplc
    In reply to @thierck
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:30 PM EST
    A3) Ss need to be able to relate & understand the feedback. It needs to be soon after the incident so it's fresh in their mind #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:30 PM EST
    Excellent! Just in time and just for me is what every student desires. #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:30 PM EST
    A3:Must know ur Ss to ensure fdbk works.Effective feedback is FUELED: Focused, Uplifting, Edible, Low threat, Enacted, & Descriptive #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:31 PM EST
    Give Ss feedback they can grasp Keeps their misconceptions from impacting growth #atplc
    In reply to @Ben_educating
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:31 PM EST
    Feedback also needs to give guidance for Ss to learn from & options to grow from - we don't need to give the the 1 "right" way #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:31 PM EST
    The value of regular formative assessment is we can give feedback quickly and often. Great way to teach and learn #atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:31 PM EST
    #atplc It's also important to ask the scholar what they feel they did well.
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    A3 Feedback guides mastery. It serves to intentionally build possibilities #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    The first 30 minutes has flown by. I'm going too quick to catch my typos! Sorry! Q4 coming up #atplc
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    Yes need to address misconceptions that they may have We need to know the Ss to know of any misconceptions. #Relationships #atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    Q4 Why is YET the most important three-letter word in education? #atplc
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    A2 it's important that we not just teach scholars positive behavior we must teach adults as well. Teaching how to handle situations #atplc
  • koselak37 Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    Proud to have an article in this month's insightful & moving Kappan magazine! The revitalized tutoring center-https://t.co/ME5l9BGQr5 #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
    Love that...just in time and just for me! Eager to read your book, @thierck. It's on my list! #atplc
    In reply to @thierck
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:30 PM EST
      Excellent! Just in time and just for me is what every student desires. #atplc
      In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • kat_goyette Jan 26 @ 9:33 PM EST
    A4: The word "YET" validates the individual developmental growth rate of each student & promotes individualized, mastery learning. #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:33 PM EST
    A4 YET implies there is still more to learn Learning is a constant in the universe and life in general #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:33 PM EST
    Asking students to be reflective is a powerful tool! #atplc
    In reply to @tinacerja_vbms
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:33 PM EST
    Assessment as evidence ought to be our first goal in the formative process #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11, @BKd204Sci
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:33 PM EST
    A3 I don't believe feedback can be effective if you don't know your students. Their stories highly impact their learning. #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:25 PM EST
      Q3 What are the key components of effective feedback? How does it address each student’s personal STORY? #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:34 PM EST
    A4) Yet means the journey isn't over. In the quest to learn we need to let our S's know it's never done!! #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:34 PM EST
    #TES, evidence of learning #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:33 PM EST
      Assessment as evidence ought to be our first goal in the formative process #atplc
      In reply to @DaveWheeler11, @BKd204Sci
  • mrterborg Jan 26 @ 9:34 PM EST
    So one shouldn't provide feedback unless one knows their Ss? #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:35 PM EST
    If we are committed to lifelong learning then we should be willing to grow #atplc
    In reply to @AssistSupArea4
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:35 PM EST
    A4:"Yet" takes something from impossible to possible. Makes things seem attainable. Ss want to please & feel defeated. Yet fixes that #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:35 PM EST
    A4 YET is a wide-open promise #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:35 PM EST
    Ts need to understand that we are learners along side our Ss #atplc
    In reply to @thierck, @AssistSupArea4
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:36 PM EST
    Words to teach by! #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:36 PM EST
    Thanks Genevie! I look forward to your feedback. Here's a snippet: https://t.co/P43q49RPjq #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:36 PM EST
    A4: If we truly believe ALL kids CAN learn then we believe each will at some point in time! YET helps Ss know we are by their side! #atplc
  • SolutionTree Jan 26 @ 9:36 PM EST
    Mid-chat with @thierck! Great turnout, great ideas! Jump in using #atplc!
    In reply to @thierck
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
      The first 30 minutes has flown by. I'm going too quick to catch my typos! Sorry! Q4 coming up #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:36 PM EST
    Lets Ss know that the adults are willing to hang in there with them until the goal is achieved #atplc
    In reply to @kat_goyette
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:36 PM EST
    Knowing your students, building that relationship, makes feedback powerful and more meaningful. #atplc
    In reply to @mrterborg, @RosaIsiah
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
    A4: because it still says "there's still more to be done/learned" #atplc
  • DonMrozik Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
    #atplc Hi, @thierck A4) YET is always forward thinking and carries with it an expectation that one will accomplish what one attempts.
    In reply to @thierck
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
    #atplc YET=Endless Possibilities waiting to happen!
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
    You're awesome!! #atplc
    In reply to @thierck, @issuu
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
    It is our job to get to know our Ss. If they are fighting you - we need to dig deeper. Ss have so much going on #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
    And equally important for school leaders asking their educators to grow in their practice #atplc
    In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:38 PM EST
    A4 CDweck speaks about the 'power of yet.' It's part of growth minded teaching/Learning. We are always 'in-the-process-of' greatness #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:32 PM EST
      Q4 Why is YET the most important three-letter word in education? #atplc
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:39 PM EST
    A4) Yet means the journey is never over. There is always more we can do to reach all our Ss. #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:39 PM EST
    Places filled with YET #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:39 PM EST
    You've got it Don. Moves it from ME to WE #atplc
    In reply to @DonMrozik
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:39 PM EST
    A3feedback should be specific enough scholars know it's focused on the task at hand #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:39 PM EST
    #TES, we talked about this today in PD. D.Q. 8 of Marzano #atplc
    • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
      It is our job to get to know our Ss. If they are fighting you - we need to dig deeper. Ss have so much going on #atplc
      In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
    not my point at all. Do you want to provide feedback or EFFECTIVE feedback? Always better when you know your Ss #atplc
    In reply to @mrterborg
  • mrterborg Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
    Definitely agree with this. #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr, @RosaIsiah
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
    OMG! That is so beautiful! #atplc
    In reply to @PaulaMaeker
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
    Yes. Never done learning #atplc #TES
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:37 PM EST
      And equally important for school leaders asking their educators to grow in their practice #atplc
      In reply to @DaveWheeler11
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
    Q5 What’s your approach to enrichment and differentiation? Any key strategies to share? #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
    That we may never be enough, but we will serve as if we are their only hope. Always more. #atplc
    In reply to @Ben_educating
  • mrterborg Jan 26 @ 9:41 PM EST
    Makes sense and true. However, those who have hundreds or thousands of Ss .... #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:41 PM EST
    👍🏼 #atplc
    In reply to @mrterborg, @RosaIsiah
  • mrterborg Jan 26 @ 9:41 PM EST
    It's just very difficult to do when one has hundreds or thousands of students. #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr, @RosaIsiah
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:42 PM EST
    A4-Yet the end has not come, there's hope, belief, room to grow, improve, modify, stretch, be more innovative, creative, re-do #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:42 PM EST
    A5) I'm going to troll these answers. Our group working on defining/assessing for mastery so this will be good for me #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:42 PM EST
    A5 Enrichment should be designed as intentionally as intervention. #atplc
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:42 PM EST
    A5 Enrichment comes from Ss moving the class via their questioning Diff'tion is achieved by addressing Ss gap in #phenomena #atplc
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:40 PM EST
      Q5 What’s your approach to enrichment and differentiation? Any key strategies to share? #atplc
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:42 PM EST
    I can imagine. Baby steps. Begin with a few connections. #atplc
    In reply to @mrterborg
  • tinacerja_vbms Jan 26 @ 9:42 PM EST
    #atplc My scholars pretty much get the instruction anyway the want and need it. It is the key to authentically assessment to me.
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:43 PM EST
    A5: I try to get to know the Ss ASAP to then be able to play to their strengths and make connections with the curriculum. #atplc
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:44 PM EST
    A5: 1) Can't enrich or differentiate if you don't know ea Ss STORY! 2) easier to build from strengths than start from weakness! #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:44 PM EST
    Agreed! We have to stop overindulging Ss in what they already know. ALL Ss learning/growing #atplc
    In reply to @PaulaMaeker
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:44 PM EST
    A T has to know their Ss to enrich or differentiate #atplc
    In reply to @WinkelerD
  • mrterborg Jan 26 @ 9:44 PM EST
    Indeed. Maybe one day I'll remember everyone's name .... :) #atplc
    In reply to @RosaIsiah
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:45 PM EST
    A5:Let Ss who are excelling at the content become "experts" and lead a group of Ss still struggling. Choose their own strategies. #atplc
  • DonMrozik Jan 26 @ 9:45 PM EST
    A5) have a plan and as the pulse of the Ss is taken, make adjustments that engage the Ss forward from the point they are at. #atplc
  • gogopedagogue Jan 26 @ 9:45 PM EST
    #atplc offering choice in the classroom helps with enrichment - kids know better than I do what they will find enriching
    In reply to @thierck
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:46 PM EST
    be willing to! With our most able Ss too often we are happy to see them continue to excel w/o knowing bout growth #atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:47 PM EST
    I suspect you make a huge effort to do just that! It's what you're looking to do more! Thanks! #atplc
    In reply to @mrterborg
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:48 PM EST
    EXACTLY. We have been talking a lot about instructional agility. Have to meet Ss where they are, ready or not... #atplc
    In reply to @DonMrozik
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:49 PM EST
    A5 my champions use enrichment when PLC ? #4 what do you do when they got it (mastered standard) the next task #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:49 PM EST
    WOW! Gr8 thoughts on #atplc Here's Q6 How would you define collaboration? Thanks again to @nalang1 for the graphics
    In reply to @nalang1
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:49 PM EST
    Learning lots! #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    @mmunozeisd #atplc
    In reply to @mmunozeisd
    • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:49 PM EST
      WOW! Gr8 thoughts on #atplc Here's Q6 How would you define collaboration? Thanks again to @nalang1 for the graphics
      In reply to @nalang1
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    Ss will b more willing 2 take risks & learn if we start with their strength & topic of interests Student voice & choice #atplc
    In reply to @GregJWolcott
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    A6 Collaboration is a partnership between Ts/Ss Ss/Ss that push all deeper in knowledge #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    A6 Like the Mayo Clinic: Through unsurpassed collaboration we will meet the needs of our students. Interdependently serving... #atplc
  • DaveWheeler11 Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    A6) defined as the sharing of time, ideas, and information. Done so all can share and learn from each other #atplc
  • WinkelerD Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    A6: collaboration is where individuals work together to come up with a certain result/product. #atplc
  • kat_goyette Jan 26 @ 9:51 PM EST
    A5: Open-ended tasks, increased voice & choice for Ss leads to naturally differentiated learning experiences. #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:52 PM EST
    that partnership is essential! Great share. #atplc
    In reply to @BKd204Sci
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:53 PM EST
    A5-deeper learning for enrichment activities, tied to their interest #atplc
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:53 PM EST
    A6: Collaboration=working w/ others for a common goal. Ss MUST learn how to work w/ others to think critically & problem-solve today #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:54 PM EST
    Student voice is such a fascinating topic! Check out @DrRussQ's work on this topic. #atplc
    In reply to @kat_goyette, @DrRussQ
  • drealynn63 Jan 26 @ 9:54 PM EST
    A6: collaboration is the sharing of ideas...coming together to work towards a common goal #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:55 PM EST
    We're coming down to the last 5 minutes of #atplc already. For those who couldn't join, check out the @SolutionTree archive tomorrow Q7 next
    In reply to @SolutionTree
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:55 PM EST
    A6 collaboration is the focus/agreements/ work to achieve a common goal: high levels of learning & achievement for EVERY student #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:55 PM EST
    Q7 What is the power of persistence? How should it shape your overall approach to framing positive learning environments? #atplc
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:55 PM EST
    Interested to know-- can you think of any jobs that don't require some type of collaboration? Ss have to have it. #atplc
  • AssistSupArea4 Jan 26 @ 9:56 PM EST
    A6-voices, ideas of all stakeholders are heard, valued, input, shared decision making, #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:56 PM EST
    Excellent! It's not all agreeing all the time. If 4 of you agree on everything, 3 of you aren't needed #atplc
    In reply to @drealynn63
  • BKd204Sci Jan 26 @ 9:57 PM EST
    A7 The Jimmy V Model: "Never Give Up!" Persistence leads Ts/Ss to always question/learn and to strive for more #atplc
  • breanneg2011 Jan 26 @ 9:57 PM EST
    A7:When you're persistent Ss feel safe. They need a consistent environment to be successful. Have to know you won't give up on them #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:57 PM EST
    Great and positive connection to the world all Ss will enter. Thanks! #atplc
    In reply to @breanneg2011
  • Ben_educating Jan 26 @ 9:58 PM EST
    A7) Persistence needs to be encouraged & celebrated in Ss & Ts. It's the power of the YET. It's the motor that drives the dream #atplc
  • genevie79cr Jan 26 @ 9:58 PM EST
    A7: Don't let up, don't give up! #atplc
  • PaulaMaeker Jan 26 @ 9:58 PM EST
    A7 When you are focused, persistence aligns with purpose. When you are on purpose, it is impossible to stop you. #atplc
  • thierck Jan 26 @ 9:59 PM EST
    Sounds like a great mantra for a forward moving school! #atplc
    In reply to @genevie79cr
  • RosaIsiah Jan 26 @ 9:59 PM EST
    Great chat! I'm glad I was able to join you for a few Qs. @thierck is great! Check out his amazing TEDtalk https://t.co/a0woGLwp8o #atplc
    In reply to @thierck
  • GregJWolcott Jan 26 @ 9:59 PM EST
    A8: Ss in a positive learning environment have a challenge mindset. Challenges will come & I will OVERCOME! May take time but I WILL! #atplc