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Matt Neil πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸŒŽ 13h
Q1: What is social learning? Please share with the group your current understanding of social learning.
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Andrew Swan 13h
"Whose voice was heard through the lesson?" seems to me the most important on the list. Who was doing most of the work during class? Were the students leading and learning, or was the teacher mostly talking and leading? (<--every now and then that's important, though)
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Erika Schwartz 13h
A4) As someone who is going to be doing my student teaching next year, my concerns would be if things get too much out of hand and students are not talking about the topic at hand. Learning to let go of the reins and trusting my students.
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Bill Chapman 12h
A5 Create a lesson where each student must contribute something unique. For example, give each student in a small group one word from a sentence from a written source you choose. The group must assemble the sentence by sharing their words orally only.
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Andrew Dawkins Apr 15
I'm Andrew from Wisconsin, currently teaching 8th Grade U.S. History. Excited for my first SSChat!
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James Gutsch 12h
Replying to @Mrneilhistory
A4: One concern that I have about making classrooms more social and student centered is that some students are still not completely invested in the school work and may not take advantage of the opportunity.
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Zoe Colman 12h
Replying to @SchlatterDanny
I agree. While there are obvious benefits to a technologically advanced classroom, there are also downfalls such as less face to face interaction.
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Kristen Duncan Apr 15
Q4: Let's go back to the women of color that are currently in social studies curriculum. What kind of narratives are we presenting about them?
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James Gutsch 13h
Replying to @Mrneilhistory
One way to make lessons social is to allow students to bring in their own life and community experience, that way they can't give a 'wrong answer.'
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Maggie Hennessy 20h
Anyone ever use with seniors? Their stuff is great but I worry that it’s for younger students?
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Chris Hitchcock πŸŒπŸŒπŸ“š 12h
I had a situation like that early on in my career. Super smalll classes like that can be quite challenging in terms of group work.
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Matt Neil πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸŒŽ 12h
Q5: What are some strategies you use to get shy or introverted students out of their comfort zone, working with each other, and participating in class?
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Zoe Colman 13h
Replying to @Mrneilhistory
One example of a lesson that really drove learning was in my 11th grade U.S history classroom when we created simulation of the founding fathers and everyone was assigned a role to embody. Everyone was very active and excited even when they weren't a main part.
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Erika Schwartz 13h
Sorry I am a little late! My name is Erika Schwartz and I am a future educator going through the Siena Heights Education Program!
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Zoe Colman 13h
Replying to @Mrneilhistory
A4: A concern I have about making my classroom more social is that my students will become off task as that tends to happen a lot. I would tell a colleague know that it's important for students to bounce ideas and off one another instead of the always the teacher.
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Kristen Duncan Apr 15
I cannot believe a full hour has passed! Thank you so much for participating in tonight's . I hope that you will find more opportunities for your students to learn about the contributions of women of color...even when they aren't in the standards! Thank you!
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Joe Sheehy 12h
Replying to @Mrneilhistory
I've allowed them 30 seconds to write down an answer before the discussion starts. It helps their confidence to know that they have a prepared statement they can share, and it allows them to better formulate their thoughts.
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educkathrynwinans 13h
Replying to @Tobin_toby
I really like the idea of putting desks in pods. I want to do this in my future classroom
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Michael Matera 1h
Build in some joy into your next class activity with these five minute ideas all centered around engagement. Watch:
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Isaac Buchholz 12h
Replying to @Mrneilhistory
Thanks for hosting! This was my first and I loved every second. I hope to take part in more in the future.
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