#CUEchat Archive

#CUEchat is both a weekly Twitter chat and an ongoing conversation across social media that connects CUE members, resources, and new ideas. Each week is powered by a unique voice. More info can be found at http://blog.cue.org/cuechat/

Tuesday October 2, 2018
10:00 PM EDT

  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:00 PM EDT
    Welcome! Please introduce yourself - name, role, location, and favorite appetizer! #cuechat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:01 PM EDT
    Adam, Tech Coach, Central CA, Favorite appetizer is hot wings. They can be a meal too. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:01 PM EDT
    Hello all! I'm April one of your co-mods tonight! 2/3 T in SoCal and I always love a shrimp cocktail. #cuechat
  • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:02 PM EDT
    Kim from So Cal, digital learning coach for PYLUSD. SO many apps....spinach artichoke dip #CUEchat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:02 PM EDT
    Dustin, @GoldCoastCUE Prez, Grade 5 Teacher, Simi Valley, chips and really good guac. #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege, @GoldCoastCUE
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:03 PM EDT
    Veronica Godinez joining you all tonight from Rancho Cucamonga hoping for rain to pay us a visit. I feel it in the air! And my favorite appetizer is Spinach Artichoke Dip ! And/ Or Fried Pickles! #CUECHAT
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:03 PM EDT
    Hey hey #cuechat high school teacher librarian empowering in Cali and @fpu adjunct. LOVE jalepeno peppers. Really love when @PJMcNamaraII preps them 😁
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:04 PM EDT
    I just ate but this is making me hungry!! :) #cuechat
  • PamRabin Oct 2 @ 10:05 PM EDT
    Pam Rabin here with chips & salsa! Project Specialist Educational Technology w/ @SanDiegoCOE @SanDiego_CUE with my ❤️still with #loveSDschools #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:06 PM EDT
    Q1: How vital is data to your team at this point in time? Do you use data to adjust your teaching? #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:06 PM EDT
    Seeing an appetizer #cvtechtalk meet up #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:06 PM EDT
    What’s up #CUEchat? Corey, Ed Tech TOSA from Orange County. Anything with bacon.
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:06 PM EDT
    Great idea, Katie! What do you think @techcoachjuarez ?? #cuechat
    In reply to @KatieJMcNamara, @techcoachjuarez, @techcoachjuarez
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:08 PM EDT
    A1 I have a love hate relationship with data.... I love looking at it to make change, especially observational data. Hate when data is used as a gotcha against teachers. #cuechat
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:08 PM EDT
    A1: Data Data Data and more Data are the blueprints to our instructions. As a leader on campus we facilitated aya talks with Ts and help guide them and support them as they prepare their instruction. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:08 PM EDT
    A1: My PLNs (I meet with 2nd & 3rd because I'm a combo) and I are sharing data this year and it's rocking!! #cuechat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:08 PM EDT
    A1: I find that we often misuse the data we get as a cudgel to bully Ts into really bad instructional practices. It seems to lead to a more entrenched testing culture, and not a more robust instructional toolkit for Ts. #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:09 PM EDT
    A1: If you're part of a properly functioning PLC then data is vital. Data isn't just assessment scores, but student artifacts. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:09 PM EDT
    Woot Woot! Can't wait! #cuechat
    • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:08 PM EDT
      The #fallcue #adakat wedding reception can double as that. 5pm Saturday the 13th at Joe's in Napa
      In reply to @AprilBuege, @KatieJMcNamara
  • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:09 PM EDT
    A1: In my role as digital learning coach, I struggle with getting data that shows growth. Much of it is anecdotal and Ts evaluating their growth. Hard for me to answer at district level. #cuechat
  • ClarksRoom Oct 2 @ 10:10 PM EDT
    A1. The main purpose of data (from my perspective) is to show trends in the system (site), not to point out teacher deficiencies. #cuechat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:10 PM EDT
    Dustin dropping knowledge! Amen brotha! Be careful that data doesn't try to turn the ART of teaching into a science. #cuechat
    • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:08 PM EDT
      A1: I find that we often misuse the data we get as a cudgel to bully Ts into really bad instructional practices. It seems to lead to a more entrenched testing culture, and not a more robust instructional toolkit for Ts. #cuechat
      In reply to @AprilBuege
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:10 PM EDT
    I made it! #cuechat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:11 PM EDT
    I could not agree with you more! BUT, how often do we see this kind of rational thinking from the home office? #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:12 PM EDT
    Yay! Welcome Steve! Everyone, please give Steve a shout out! This is his first time co-modding a Twitter Chat! #cuechat #Rockstar
    In reply to @smventura
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:12 PM EDT
    A1. The kids in front of us are more than data points. There are so many daily variables that affect our class, our instruction and our results. Data is important, but it can’t be everything. #CUEchat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:13 PM EDT
    I see. Never thought about that struggle. In the classroom we have so much to pick from. #cuechat
    In reply to @KVoge71
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:13 PM EDT
    A1: I think that assessment results should be about great conversations, not just spreadsheets. #cuechat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:13 PM EDT
    Welcome to my world. I don't mean to be negative, but when this is the world you live in you see the worst. Better instruction should always be the goal. The topics don't change as fast as the Ss do. We need to be instructional NINJAs #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • PamRabin Oct 2 @ 10:13 PM EDT
    A1) Focusing on student centered instruction, relevant and timely data of both formative and summative nature are extremely important for setting learning targets and planning for overarching objectives. #cuechat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:15 PM EDT
    We are student driven, NOT data driven. They're human children, not numbers to be quantified. Teaching and learning is an art, not science. #cuechat
    In reply to @dustin772
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:16 PM EDT
    Observational data needs to be valued more. Even observational happiness matters. #cuechat what is the best way to report such?
    In reply to @KVoge71, @AprilBuege
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:16 PM EDT
    Q2: How do you decide which strategies to implement in your classroom? Are your strategies research based? #cuechat
  • PamRabin Oct 2 @ 10:16 PM EDT
    Absolutely agree...after reading your post I realized that I tend to focus on classroom data rather than high-stakes testing. Probably because it never meant much to me being at the END of the year. 😕 #cuechat
    In reply to @dustin772, @AprilBuege
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:17 PM EDT
    The hard part is that I really respect most of those people. I just feel like they have been in the world of #schoolpolitics for so long they have forgotten that Ss change and we need to invest in changing with them. It is an evil trick of our educational system #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:17 PM EDT
    I tried to like this a million times.... but it doesn't keep track. #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez, @dustin772
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:17 PM EDT
    My kiddos are not a data checkbox. #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez, @dustin772
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:18 PM EDT
    A2: Research based is another buzz word. You can find research on anything. I prefer action research done by me the teacher on the strengths of my in kids in developing strategies, not from an outsider. #cuechat
  • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:19 PM EDT
    A2: As far as my training modules or lesson demos, I stick to district wide initiatives, many practices based on Hattie's work, structures and protocols that can be replicated, 4 C's, etc. #cuechat
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:19 PM EDT
    A2: Visible Learning is the largest summary of educational research that has ever been conducted. There are some strategies that are more effective than others. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:20 PM EDT
    A2: I'm just learning to evaluate the strategies I use in class against research data. Some strategies aren't as effective as I thought, according to studies. That forces me to look at other things I am doing in class that may in fact be causing the change. #cuechat
  • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:20 PM EDT
    A1: jumping in late ... as an independent study virtual teacher I want as much data as I can collect as I don’t have Ss in front of me. Data informs instruction always. #CUEchat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:20 PM EDT
    Just got observed via collaboration with @AVID4College teacher. Great for district to see collaboration with #futurereadylibs teacher librarian #cuechat
    In reply to @KVoge71, @AprilBuege, @AVID4College
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:20 PM EDT
    Classroom climate is not a data point, but can have the greatest impact on student learning #cuechat
    In reply to @KatieJMcNamara, @KVoge71, @AprilBuege
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:21 PM EDT
    A2:At end of the school yr after reviewing the data as a school and meeting by grade levels and lots of discussions -we came up with schoolwide agreements. Math - all gr levels will use RDE/RICE and for ELA - Language Function Walls will be implemented. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:21 PM EDT
    #cuechat
    • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:17 PM EDT
      I have been self-evaluating/reflecting on how I have incorporated district wide initiatives, like WICOR/AVID, cooperative learning structures, UDL. etc. #modelbestpractices
      In reply to @KatieJMcNamara, @AprilBuege
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:21 PM EDT
    A2b: I take all research done by someone else, even Hattie, with a grain of salt. I glean what I can from their findings to enhance my own action research. #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:21 PM EDT
    Hello #cuechat pln. Lemarr Treadwell, Fresno Ca. Jumping in!
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:21 PM EDT
    A2: I really want to begin to use more exit tickets and classroom discussions of the lessons we do. I want the Ss to be a part of how they learn things. BUT I am still deprogramming the #workshit out of them. It is a journey and we just hit the trail. #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:22 PM EDT
    A2:of course I want proven strategies but I’m a bit of a rogue. Teaching from the gut and getting creative has also been successful for me #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:22 PM EDT
    A2 all my strategies are research based. I'm the researcher 😁 if it works with kiddos, I keep it. If it doesn't, I toss it. #cuechat
  • TeachinEls Oct 2 @ 10:22 PM EDT
    Elsbeth, SPED Middle School Teacher, Fontana, Potato Skins are my favorite appetizer (and stress meal!) #CUECHAT
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:23 PM EDT
    Q3: Here’s a crash course on effect size - anything over .40 is worth doing in class. Check out this chart of factors:https://t.co/KlblIqX7Vp Then add a labeled arrow, for one factor that you found interesting, to this Google Drawing:https://t.co/gOCTqD5WsY #cuechat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:23 PM EDT
    A2b: I believe in research, but it is too slow. I am using things that I see are being widely used by other Ts I trust and admire. This is my on the fly research. Does this count? #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:23 PM EDT
    A2. Data should drive instruction. Pre, during and post data tells me what to prepare for, how learning is going and what further steps are needed. Data is data. #cuechat
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:23 PM EDT
    A2. We all know how data/research can be spun. Who funded the research should be looked at when presented by vendors. Maybe I’m a little jaded from dealing with vendors on a daily basis. #cuechat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:24 PM EDT
    Deprogramming #wrkshits love this! Kids are institutionalized by that method. I hear em complain about it, then you give them a chance to creatively think and they revert back because they say it's easier. #cuechat
    • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:21 PM EDT
      A2: I really want to begin to use more exit tickets and classroom discussions of the lessons we do. I want the Ss to be a part of how they learn things. BUT I am still deprogramming the #workshit out of them. It is a journey and we just hit the trail. #cuechat
      In reply to @AprilBuege
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:24 PM EDT
    Timely of research is a real concern. Especially in the fast-changing world of tech! #cuechat
    In reply to @dustin772
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:25 PM EDT
    Can I use this answer as mine? #CUECHAT
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:25 PM EDT
    One thing is for certain...there isn't any research that says frantic coverage of everything doubles the speed of student progress. More focus, less clutter. #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:25 PM EDT
    A3. Hattie's research (2012) really changed the way I prepare my lessons. It shows me how to be efficient & effective. However, it does not include the rapid change of relevant technology. #cuechat
  • TeachinEls Oct 2 @ 10:26 PM EDT
    A1: Data is a crucial part of SPED life, my principal is very data oriented. Seeing the data visibly (data on each claim) has been helpful to see what standards we nailed home and what we can focus on more. I think it has opened up great conversations in our PLC. #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:26 PM EDT
    Hey #Cvtechtalk pln … Katie, Adam #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:27 PM EDT
    We constantly have to decide between what is easier and what is best. 1st quarter wears me out.... but always worth it. #kidsdeserveit #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:27 PM EDT
    Honestly being back with kids I see just how conditioned kids are. I am working on clsmngment by engagement and not punative punishment, but kids if given the choice want to take the easy familiar path. I will keep giving them the option because it is the right thing. #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:28 PM EDT
    Dustin … I agree with you , bro! What we need is teachers as researchers. NOT researchesr as teachers. #cuechat
    • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:23 PM EDT
      A2b: I believe in research, but it is too slow. I am using things that I see are being widely used by other Ts I trust and admire. This is my on the fly research. Does this count? #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:28 PM EDT
    Got two so far! Jump on the Google Drawing and let us know what interests you! #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:28 PM EDT
    Yep. If an educator I respect says x was amazing, I'm using it. Power of PLN #cuechat
    In reply to @dustin772
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
    The number one effect size is Collective Teacher Efficacy-teachers are more effective when they combine their collective intelligence and ability. #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
    Amen, Katie @KatieJMcNamara . That 1st quarter is the longest without a break and a lot of full moons in between. #cuechat
    • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:27 PM EDT
      We constantly have to decide between what is easier and what is best. 1st quarter wears me out.... but always worth it. #kidsdeserveit #cuechat
      In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
    Yes! #BetterTogether #cuechat
    • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
      The number one effect size is Collective Teacher Efficacy-teachers are more effective when they combine their collective intelligence and ability. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:30 PM EDT
    #cuechat
    • TeachinEls Oct 2 @ 10:28 PM EDT
      Me too! I found a great resource on a bellringer which really asks how the kids are doing, rate their day, asks if they ate lunch or breakfast etc but then has room for a warmup question. I think true reprogramming is including that self reflection/connection!
      In reply to @dustin772, @AprilBuege
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:30 PM EDT
    THIS >>>>>>> from Steve @smventura #cuechat
    • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
      The number one effect size is Collective Teacher Efficacy-teachers are more effective when they combine their collective intelligence and ability. #cuechat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:30 PM EDT
    This is a great testimony for teachers growing a PLN and modeling life long learning and growth mindset. #cuechat
    • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
      The number one effect size is Collective Teacher Efficacy-teachers are more effective when they combine their collective intelligence and ability. #cuechat
  • MrsLeTran Oct 2 @ 10:31 PM EDT
    Le, Elementary Principal, San Jose CA, fried Calamari #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:31 PM EDT
    Elsbeth, I implemented a similar daily survey with my kiddos; created a Google Form to check in with social/emotional/breakfast/attitude for the day. It's been really eye opening! #cuechat
  • TeachinEls Oct 2 @ 10:31 PM EDT
    A2: I was never a traditional learner and hated school, I employ a lot of strategies that have worked for me through school and college. I really like to try things and see how the kids are, I ask how I’m doing through surveys and ask for feedback on strategies. #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:32 PM EDT
    Yum, Calimari is my first born's fav! Welcome, Le Tran. #cuechat
    In reply to @MrsLeTran
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:32 PM EDT
    Our time with students is limited and valuable. Every minute we spend with them should be spent using the practices that are most likely to be successful. We need to shift our perspective from looking at practices that work to looking at practices that work best. #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:33 PM EDT
    Adam, I love using Clifton's Youth Strength Explore 10-14. Build on student's strengths.... #cuechat
    • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:29 PM EDT
      Knowing our kids strengths is action research
      In reply to @LemarrTreadwell
  • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:33 PM EDT
    #a3 homework so low. Awesome. #ditchthathomework #CUEchat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:33 PM EDT
    This sounds very #ditchbook and #tlap if you ask me @jmattmiller & @burgessdave #cuechat
    • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:32 PM EDT
      Our time with students is limited and valuable. Every minute we spend with them should be spent using the practices that are most likely to be successful. We need to shift our perspective from looking at practices that work to looking at practices that work best. #cuechat
  • PamRabin Oct 2 @ 10:34 PM EDT
    I think it counts if you see positive results. What I think research can do is accelerate the results. One way of teaching can get results that are good, but another can yield better and more equitable results. The research saves you having to reinvent that wheel. #cuechat
    In reply to @dustin772
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:34 PM EDT
    The only thing that some students learn about homework is they should have been a little bit more careful about who they picked as parents. #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:34 PM EDT
    Crystal, and so many administrators live and die by homework. Frustrating for Ts and Ss. #cuechat
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:34 PM EDT
    Welcome - I actually tried that a month ago and I was surprised 😮 I really liked it! #CUECHAT
    In reply to @MrsLeTran, @AprilBuege
  • burgessdave Oct 2 @ 10:35 PM EDT
    #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez, @jmattmiller
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:35 PM EDT
    Ok... can't do on phone.... surprised how low mindfulness is #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:36 PM EDT
    Q4: Have you ever heard of Hattie’s research? Does it inform your teaching at all? Free digi-book here ----> https://t.co/eozhjDNtFh #cuechat
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:36 PM EDT
    I totally agree with you! We need to focus on the students and be present to serve their needs and assist them in becoming the best possible students. #cuechat
    In reply to @smventura
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:36 PM EDT
    When you dig into the book, Hattie will often explain things in more detail and shed light on why something scored low. Not always what is seems from the title. #cuechat
    In reply to @KatieJMcNamara
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:36 PM EDT
    Microsoft Teams @MicrosoftTeamsand OneNote @OneNoteC ares such as powerful tools because they provide immediate feedback and collaboration. High on Hattie's Research. #cuechat
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:36 PM EDT
    It’s been an adjustment leaving the classroom, but sharing an office with @An_Wr3n has allowed constant conversation and collaboration. It has grown my teaching capacity immensely. How can we build time for Ts to have more time together? #CUEchat
    In reply to @smventura, @An_Wr3n
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:37 PM EDT
    A4: I pick, choose and glean tidbits like any research. It is an impressive body of work. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:38 PM EDT
    Your statement reminds Adam of Ditch that Textbook and Teach Like a Pirate. :) Awesome EDU books! #cuechat
    In reply to @smventura, @techcoachjuarez, @jmattmiller, @burgessdave
  • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:38 PM EDT
    A4: I like that the research affirms much of what I have been advocating for (or against) having a positive impact. Thanks for the link for the free book...great addition. #cuechat
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:40 PM EDT
    The deal with Visible Learning-it is a classic control vs. treatment study based on over 80,000 pieces of research data. The work really is not hattie's-he just did the meta-analysis. #cuechat
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:40 PM EDT
    a3: My 1st year of teaching ages ago - I used ReciprocalTeaching with everything I could-it was the tool in my toolbox.Back then I was surviving year 1 T.Later discovered it’s 0.74! That year my kids rocked the house -I remember having the principal ask- what did you do? #cuechat
  • PamRabin Oct 2 @ 10:40 PM EDT
    A3) These have always bothered me. They are used as points against technology use. Yet, everyone here understands that it's the instruction that matters not the technology. All those practices at the top of the list are supported by tech, tech is not a practice. #cuechat
  • jxjarvix Oct 2 @ 10:41 PM EDT
    Yes. But you need good data.#cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:41 PM EDT
    I really like Hatties work because it is not trying to support or disprove anything. It is just seeking to see the measurable effect of lots of things we do. This lends an aire of credibility to me. #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:41 PM EDT
    Q5: Data is powerful & can lead to EDU decision making. Did you know that visual data is more impactful than written & data presented in color is even more so?! Discuss ways/programs/apps that can help you tell your EDU story w/ rich, visual data. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:42 PM EDT
    Totally see where you're coming from, Pam. He addresses a lot of that in his explanations in Visible Learning. It can't all be distilled down to the charts! #cuechat
    In reply to @PamRabin
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:43 PM EDT
    A4: Yes , I’ve heard of Hattie’s research and visible learning- I use it as a reference when working with Ts- I share with them the research and then have them decide if the strategies used are effective. #cuechat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:43 PM EDT
    This is what makes it universal and useful, and applicable to all sorts of things. #cuechat
    In reply to @smventura, @techcoachjuarez
  • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:44 PM EDT
    A5: I am always down for a good infographic. A colleague just sent this TED talk to me yesterday. Over time, we have moved from oracy, literacy, numeracy, and now graphicacy. #CUEchat https://t.co/L1dAISbfp2
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:44 PM EDT
    A5. A picture is worth a …. I use Microsoft SmartArt in PowerPoint & Word to jazz up data instead of your bullets or boxes. KISS. #cuechat
    • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:41 PM EDT
      Q5: Data is powerful & can lead to EDU decision making. Did you know that visual data is more impactful than written & data presented in color is even more so?! Discuss ways/programs/apps that can help you tell your EDU story w/ rich, visual data. #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:45 PM EDT
    A5 love @canva for infographics. Just made an @AdobeSpark about a week in library land. If observational data matters, we need to find a way to capture and share it. #cuechat
  • judyblakeney Oct 2 @ 10:45 PM EDT
    A5 love the connection to visible learning with #Hattie I need to fin more ways to do the with my Ss and Ts #cuechat #cueldi
    • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:41 PM EDT
      Q5: Data is powerful & can lead to EDU decision making. Did you know that visual data is more impactful than written & data presented in color is even more so?! Discuss ways/programs/apps that can help you tell your EDU story w/ rich, visual data. #cuechat
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:45 PM EDT
    A5. Been a while since I played with it, but @piktochart has some cool #googlesheets integration. Keeps your data live as you change it. Plus infographics are a great medium of presenting data. #CUEchat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:45 PM EDT
    Crystal, teaching a class of 35-40 students - - homework is a must. Not enough time to cover everything. However, we can flip the learning. #cuechat
    • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:43 PM EDT
      Well some parents do as well. I remember lots of parents asking me for more homework until I explained how hard their Ss worked for me during class and that they need to PLAY
      In reply to @LemarrTreadwell
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:46 PM EDT
    Ohhh...love graphicacy. It is definately a skill to analyze visual data #cuechat
    In reply to @KVoge71
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:46 PM EDT
    That sounds awesome, Corey. I've gotta check that out! Maybe it'll be a way to share realtime S data with Ps. #cuechat
    In reply to @EdTechAntics, @piktochart
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:46 PM EDT
    Alternatives to homework! #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:47 PM EDT
    Q6: Do your Ss know which standards they have mastered? Do they own their data? Are you gathering pre & post score data to celebrate growth? #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:48 PM EDT
    Reminds me of data studio #cuechat
    In reply to @EdTechAntics, @piktochart
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:48 PM EDT
    A5: In my district we are using @PanoramaEd Social Emotional Learning based surveys. As I reflect they seem to be seeking to understand where kids are socially and emotionally. We often talk about how these are things help. I hope they give actionable results. #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:49 PM EDT
    A6: I am striving for pre and posts of each math standard this year. Kiddos correct, score and chart their own data. The impact has been immense! One kiddo ran all around the room sharing how much growth he made with each of his peers! #cuechat
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:50 PM EDT
    I believe American students are the most tested on the planet, but they are under-assessed. Under the right conditions, pre-post assessment results can provide a wealth of information. More effective than high-stakes testing. #cuechat
  • RandallSampson Oct 2 @ 10:50 PM EDT
    A5) the science behind a picture/graphic #cuechat
  • KVoge71 Oct 2 @ 10:51 PM EDT
    A6: I don't think with was a strength for me. If I were still in the classroom, I would like be using some data points help kids see how they grow. Perhaps a way to gamify it. #cuechat
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:51 PM EDT
    A6: My Ss are learning to own data. I give them prompt feedback on how to improve and opportunity to resubmit based on feedback. Sadly, most are not taking advantage because they're not used to this. #cuechat
    • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:47 PM EDT
      Q6: Do your Ss know which standards they have mastered? Do they own their data? Are you gathering pre & post score data to celebrate growth? #cuechat
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:51 PM EDT
    A6: I have been using @jcorippo Fast and the Curious Protocol daily, and it is amazing that within a very short time Ss can own lots of different things through sets and reps, and we celebrate these every time we "play/learn" #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege, @jcorippo
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:51 PM EDT
    Happy Times- powerful stuff! When Ss own their learning and see it color and charted it’s powerful ! 💥 #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:52 PM EDT
    A6 I use data to celebrate growth. Regardless of ability when you come to me, my duty is to help you improve #cuechat
    • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:47 PM EDT
      Q6: Do your Ss know which standards they have mastered? Do they own their data? Are you gathering pre & post score data to celebrate growth? #cuechat
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:52 PM EDT
    Student can't appreciate feedback because they learn in a culture of grading. But feedback has way more impact than a score. #cuechat
  • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:52 PM EDT
    Homework can be used to continue discussions or deepen learning that Ss are on fire about, serve as reflection and growth opportunities. Like right now. I'm done with "work" but #cuechat is my homework.
    In reply to @LemarrTreadwell
  • techcoachjuarez Oct 2 @ 10:52 PM EDT
    The power of YET. Reminds me of a scene from the Timothy Green movie when plays soccer. #cuechat
    • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:49 PM EDT
      A6: I am striving for pre and posts of each math standard this year. Kiddos correct, score and chart their own data. The impact has been immense! One kiddo ran all around the room sharing how much growth he made with each of his peers! #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:52 PM EDT
    A6. This means with start and end with the Standards. I posit a Deconstruction of the Standards into student-friendly learning targets. #cuechat
  • KatieJMcNamara Oct 2 @ 10:54 PM EDT
    Grades do not equal feedback #cuechat
    In reply to @smventura
  • ProfeMsVgodinez Oct 2 @ 10:54 PM EDT
    We must start demonstrating to them at an earlier age. And reprogram their minds to want to know what a 2 vs a 3 is.. slowly but surely we can make this happen. #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez
  • dustin772 - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:54 PM EDT
    Preach Sister! #cuechat
    In reply to @KatieJMcNamara, @smventura
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:54 PM EDT
    I wish “school” had a greater emphasis on growth. It does matter where they started. #cuechat
    In reply to @KatieJMcNamara
  • PamRabin Oct 2 @ 10:54 PM EDT
    A5) What I like about #Hattie is an emphasis on agency and helping students become aware of how certain behaviors help them learn. Assessment-capable learners is something to read up on! #cuechat
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:55 PM EDT
    Been talking a lot at my site about the power of YET. I have an awesome admin @sheehankim - super positive and puts kids before test results! #cuechat
    In reply to @techcoachjuarez, @sheehankim
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:55 PM EDT
    Yes sir!! #cuechat
    In reply to @EdTechAntics, @KatieJMcNamara
  • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:56 PM EDT
    A4 yes. It's interesting the adjustments I've had to make in the online setting. Transferring the greats sometimes poses problems. #cuechat
  • LemarrTreadwell Oct 2 @ 10:57 PM EDT
    Where Are You? #cuechat
  • MsVillegas11 Oct 2 @ 10:58 PM EDT
    A5: gonna sit back and watch the answers on this and soak up the learning. I have made a few infographics on canva but want to learn more. #cuechat
    • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:41 PM EDT
      Q5: Data is powerful & can lead to EDU decision making. Did you know that visual data is more impactful than written & data presented in color is even more so?! Discuss ways/programs/apps that can help you tell your EDU story w/ rich, visual data. #cuechat
  • EdTechAntics Oct 2 @ 10:59 PM EDT
    When I go back to the classroom that will be a predominant part of my classroom. Yet can be a powerful and mindset. #cuechat
    In reply to @AprilBuege, @techcoachjuarez, @sheehankim
  • RandallSampson Oct 2 @ 10:59 PM EDT
    A6) oh yeah!!! Champions know their data in order to achieve their goals and earn the Championship Belt #CUEchat #CueChamp
  • AprilBuege - Moderator Oct 2 @ 10:59 PM EDT
    Thank you Steve Ventura, my partner in crime Dustin and all you amazing #cuechat - ters! for making this an awesome convo! Until next week! Same #CUE time, same #CUE channel! ;) @smventura @dustin772
  • smventura Oct 2 @ 10:59 PM EDT
    Thanks everyone-I learned so much. #cuechat