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Elizabeth Bassford
17:07
Welcome and Welcome Back, Everyone!!
Maggie Evans
17:08
Rochester, WA
RaShanda Chapman
17:12
McComb, MS
Brandi Zankel
17:14
Sandusky, Ohio
Greg Kiehl
17:15
mount joy, pa
Timmie Spangler
17:15
Bristow, OK
Kelly Keffer
17:15
Chicago!
Amy Shea
17:16
Boston area!
Adebola Afolabi
17:17
Los Angeles
Kimberly Anderson
17:17
Hammond Indiana
Pamela Sutton
17:18
Hendersonville, NC
Robert Theaker
17:18
grand rapids, MI
Mary Foley
17:18
Hi :) Joining in from Lowell, Mass :)
Jennifer Knecht
17:18
Southern California
Rianne Herrera
17:19
Albuquerque
Annie Wehrman
17:20
Aurora, Colorado
David Scott
17:20
Good morning! I'm here from Clinton Elementary School in Poughkeepsie NY
Kristina Eschmeyer
17:21
Cleveland, OH
Setrak Haroutounian
17:21
Pittsburgh
Katie Moffett
17:21
Arizona!
Becky King
17:21
Mississippi
Detra Adams
17:21
Broward County, Flroida
Michelle Nichol
17:21
New Jersey
Megan Griffin
17:22
NJ
sara anderson
17:22
Long Island, NY
Jill Meciej
17:22
Glendale Heights, IL
Mischele Wilson
17:23
Illinois side of St Louis :p)
Elizabeth Bassford
17:24
CHI TOWN!!
Sharon Patrick
17:25
Chicago, south suburbss
sandra cagle
17:26
Tennessee
Juliet Rezende
17:26
Florida
Maureen Baker
17:26
Michigan
Hannah Danner
17:27
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Meissner Rachel
17:27
Colorado!
Myneiaka Young
17:27
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Susie Meyer
17:27
Phoenix, AZ
Joann Hulquist
17:28
West Linn, Oregon
Tina Wells Martin
17:29
McComb, MS
Ellen Currie
17:29
The Poconos of Pennsylvania
Jennifer Clark
17:30
Mississippi
Nancy Herbst
17:32
Wyoming
Cindy Cox
17:38
Alabama
Renate Albrecht
17:44
california
Holly Kimble
17:46
Kentucky
Kimberly Harrison
17:46
South Carolina
Shari Johnson
17:46
Wisconsing
Danielle Sullivan
17:52
St. Pete Florida
Susan Purdy
17:52
Missouri
Alicia Weeks
17:52
San Diego
Kathleen Lawler
17:52
Connecticut
Kalee Nappo
17:53
Monument, Colorado
Shari Johnson
17:54
sorry, Wisconsin
Athea Maddox
17:55
Athea Maddox - Hello to Everyone from Douglasville, Georgia
Renate Albrecht
18:01
California
Steve Smith
18:02
North Carolina
Rosalind Adair
18:04
Roz, from Roselle, NJ
Veronica Traks
18:10
Veronica Traks, Springfield, MA
Audrea Little
18:13
North Carolina
Gavin Kyte
18:29
Hello! from Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Angela Ashley
18:47
Angela from Pennsylvania
Jeri Swogger
19:12
Jeri from Winchester, VA
Dee Dee Gaub
19:40
Hi, from Yakima WA
Michelle Fleming
19:46
Hi From West Palm Beach, Florida :)
Sonya Cox
19:46
NC
Beverley Gallimore
20:01
Hi. Beverley Gallimore-Vernon
Cathy Keeter
20:16
NC
Bobbi Nez
22:02
Hello from New Mexico.
Ellen Currie
22:17
Hi! I live in Stroudsburg
Brandy Redmond
22:27
Hello from Tennessee!
MarSheila Yazzie
22:30
Hello.. AZ from Navajo Reservation.
Michelle Hall
22:30
Hi! I live in Atlanta!
Melanie Holt
22:43
HI! SW Florida here!
Shirley Cardona
22:53
Hello from Boston! Excited to be here.
Elizabeth Bassford
23:21
Welcome Atlanta/SW FL! So may great educators here today we love serving you!
Elizabeth Bassford
26:00
I’m watching for your questions and comments, everyone— please keep in touch throughout!
Megan Robinson
31:13
esearch also shows that students of all backgrounds prefer teachers of color.
Megan Robinson
31:28
*Research
Elizabeth Bassford
34:14
Welcome Warm Demanders here today— we see you we read your tweets we follow your joy on Insta and we love being your partners!
Gavin Kyte
35:05
Hi! Beverly Tatum discusses Race, Ethnic, and Cultural (REC) Identity development with like-peer groups in early education. What can a single teacher do in primary education to facilitate secure and resilient identity development even with children that share different REC identity?
Elizabeth Bassford
36:38
Glendaliz is just about to take us there— love and commitment to the very best for all— high standards!
Elizabeth Bassford
37:26
So much emerging innovations, Gavin! An exciting time to participate in systemic change.
Stephanie Finn
37:52
Our district is reading this as a book study. Great book!
Elizabeth Bassford
38:37
It’s MASSIVE Stephanie—a wonderful voice to lead us….
Angie Hale
39:10
I often think that I never shared with my students that I was the first person in my family (on either side) to go to college - and how many students might be able to identify with that - and much I would have loved to hear their stories.
Kellie Kochensparger
39:16
Yes & the comments from the public were awful
Paula Reed
39:25
I did. The principal learned his story!! Loved it.
Jen Thach
39:52
That's how it's done!
Elizabeth Bassford
39:54
Thank you @PaulaReed!
Elizabeth Lanahan
42:38
That deeper connection and understanding can help students to feel like a valued part of the classroom community.
Maggie Bingham
42:39
"Check your deficit monitor" - thank you @Glendaliz
Elizabeth Bassford
43:50
There will be no significant learning without a significant relationship— Dr. James Comer
Lee R.
44:22
Yes @ELizabeth, Dr. Comer one of the founders of social emotional learning
Elizabeth Lanahan
44:28
@Elizabeth I 100% believe that.
Paula Reed
45:01
Reminds me that teachers need to say their names….respectfully and correctly. So important as part of VABB.
Elizabeth Lanahan
46:34
@Paula I bring that up in PD all the time. We need to make it a norm to correct people when they say names incorrectly. I always encourage adults to correct me! Why is this something anyone should feel they need to accept?
Elizabeth Bassford
47:44
Leveled text leads to leveled lives— Dr. Alfred Tatum
Jennifer White Oliver
52:02
Can we go back to the four elements? We have not had the training yet, and I want to get all the information
David Scott
52:06
There is no good slave owner
Lee R.
52:07
Thanks for hosing! Will the recording be provided to the attendees?
David Scott
53:11
Also, living in the Big House is part of the separation of the enslaved "Willie Lynch Syndrome"
Elizabeth Peyser
53:29
I can’t wait to read this book!! Go Science!
Amy Shea
53:33
@Lee - Yes, the recordings for all sessions will be available on the Hub - just where you joined from today!
Aaron Smith
53:43
awww
Mary Foley
53:44
Awww!
Paula Reed
53:45
To be honest, and unfortunately, some teachers don’t have the educational and historical background to identify “problematic language”.
Elizabeth Bassford
53:46
We will clip and send if we don’t get back today, Jennifer w!
Joanna Millett
53:46
I love it!!!
Ellen Currie
53:50
Very cool :)
Lee R.
53:51
Great thank you Amy!
Molly Spalding
53:52
LOVE THAT!!
Elizabeth Lanahan
53:54
Love that!
Jennifer Knecht
53:57
We need to show what students can be, not only talk about the stereotypical situations of POC.
Lee R.
53:58
Yes, its a great book to share!
Angie Hale
54:00
So awesome
Nichole Rosales
54:06
Femineer of the future! :)
Elizabeth Bassford
55:46
We are all learning together, everyone— keep the conversation going on social!
Sari Laberis
56:27
Please tag us in your Tweets! @CurriculumAssoc. You can use #MagneticReading. We'd love to hear your takeaways + thoughts on today's session.
Elizabeth Peyser
57:24
Is there a list of thought leaders you can provide?
ARVIVIAN KING
58:37
Powerful! I absolutely enjoyed everything you spoke about!
Kay Callisen
58:44
Amazing!!!
beth goodman
59:06
thank you
Elizabeth Bassford
59:09
Thank you Arvivian! Thanks Kay!
Joann Hulquist
59:14
@Glenaliz: "Your children need to be at the center of your work, not you."
Adebola Afolabi
59:48
Such a powerful session! thank yo
Athea Maddox
59:55
Thank you for sharing this. It is definitely important to understand our students' culture. I enjoyed everything you said.
Angela Chrisman
01:00:04
Do you have any recommendations for Native American authors and resources for this topic.
David Scott
01:00:30
Where can we find books ie Henry Box Brown that will give the very needed story but with different language? Is that even a possibility?
Nancy Stuart
01:00:36
Thank you for this wonderful PD!
cmjackson
01:00:52
Thank you so much for this information. Looking forward to your list of resources.
Linda Crabbs
01:00:53
Thank you
David Scott
01:01:18
Great! The story is important but the language is not very good in that book
Barbara Garcia
01:01:21
what was the name of that article?
Amy Shea
01:01:26
We will put resources in the Hub - stay tuned for an email from us with links!
Kimberly Anderson
01:01:50
Thank you
Barbara Garcia
01:01:52
thank you
Curriculum Associates Events
01:01:54
https://www.newamerica.org/education-policy/reports/culturally-responsive-teaching/teacher-competencies-that-promote-culturally-responsive-teaching/
Beverley Gallimore
01:01:59
Thanks for sharing. A commitment to change is at the hear of the transition.
Adebola Afolabi
01:02:00
how can we contact you?
Amy Shea
01:02:11
gmartinez@cainc.com
Bobbi Nez
01:02:16
Thank you for the great session!
Mary Foley
01:02:18
Thank you for this amazing session. I feel like I can better serve my students (and more things to read and implement in my classroom!!) I really appreciate you all.
Stephanie Yelder-Stovall
01:02:23
Thank you so very much for an informative session.
Lisa McMath
01:02:29
Thank you for the information.
Curriculum Associates Events
01:02:29
www.curriculumassociates.com/FindYourRep
Marian Faulkner
01:02:32
Thank you - great job!
Carolin Steele
01:02:32
Thank you for this. Very powerful and thought-provoking.
David Scott
01:02:37
This was Awesome Thanks!
René Jurist
01:02:38
Thank you!
cmjackson
01:02:38
One of the best presentations!!!
Elizabeth Bassford
01:02:38
THANK YOU ALL! Come visit next week!
Karen Horrell
01:02:40
thank you!
Juliet Rezende
01:02:47
A fantastic starting point. Thank you.
Kandra James
01:02:47
This was awesome. As I expected.
Debra Jeantete
01:02:48
Thank you!
Lee R.
01:02:49
Thanks so much so informative and insightful!
chandra williams
01:02:49
Thank you! Great information!
Jeri Swogger
01:02:54
You are an inspiration. Thank you.
Aaron Smith
01:02:54
thank you
Tina Wells Martin
01:02:55
Thanks so much. I enjoyed everything.
Elizabeth Bassford
01:02:59
Thank you cmjackson!
Angela Chrisman
01:03:00
Thank you!
Stacia Studer
01:03:02
Thank you!
Kiernan Rathgaber
01:03:03
Thank you!
Audrea Little
01:03:03
Thank you!!!
Jennifer Clark
01:03:05
Thanks
Jennifer Clark
01:03:08
I learned so much
Michelle Hall
01:03:19
Great session! Thank you so much!
Rosalind Adair
01:03:20
Roz from Roselle: The was so helpful. Thank you!
Sharon Patrick
01:03:20
I wish we had more time. Great session. Thank you!
HA-Zel Davis
01:03:23
Thank you, your awesome.
Elizabeth Bassford
01:03:42
Come hear how to serve your older students who need decoding work to be set free in to reading!
Sonya Cox
01:03:48
I won last week!
Carla Mccoy
01:03:50
This was awesome ! Thank You
Paul Manzo
01:03:51
Thank you!
Joanna Millett
01:03:57
Thank you!
Elizabeth Bassford
01:03:59
GO SONYA!
Tatiana Merrick
01:04:13
Thank you!