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Reimagining Learning: During COVID-19 and Beyond - Shared screen with speaker view
Tony Pearson
30:19
Joining from Tucson, AZ
Terence Chan
30:19
Good morning! Terence from Toronto
santiago hermida romero
30:20
HI , Santi from Spain
Renada Beckwith
30:21
Hi! Renada here joining from Houston, Texas
Coffy David-Shea
30:22
Nice to meet everyone! I’m Coffy David-Shea from Austin, Texas :)
Ani Martinez
30:25
Ani Martinez, Pittsburgh PA
Jackie Tan
30:25
Jackie T. South Lake Tahoe, CA
Anita Baker
30:27
Anita Baker; Philadephia
Maria Lorente
30:27
María Lorente - Madrid Spain
David Vilchez
30:28
Hi there, I'm David from Peru
Janene Ware
30:30
Hi I am Janene from Northern Ireland
Adam Weinstock
30:31
New City, NY
Jin-Soo Huh
30:32
Hello all! My name is JIn-Soo Huh from The Learning Accelerator. Calling from Chicago
Erik Mooij
30:32
Erik here, from Utrecht, The Netherlands
Kyay Mon
30:33
Kay from Japan
Anish Mukherjee
30:36
Hi there, ANish from India
Leah Hartmann
30:36
Hello! Leah from Cleveland!
Miriam Gonzalez
30:37
Hi! Miriam, form Memphis,TN
Bimlesh Wadhwa
30:40
Hi there, I am Bimlesh from Singapore :)
Tina Barton
30:41
Greetings from Dallas, TX
Carmen Abril
30:42
Good morning form Madrid
Andreea Floricel
30:45
Hi everyone! Andreea Floricel from Barcelona, Spain
Karen Sorensen
30:50
Karen from San Jose
Shiva Chakrachhattri
30:54
Hi! Shivani Chakrachhattri from India.
Minah Yeo
30:55
Hello from Los Angeles!
Zarif Enam
30:56
Hey there! This is Zarif from Bangladesh.
Monica Vidal
30:56
Hi! Monica from Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Rachel Siegel
30:57
Hey-yo! Rachel from outside Cleveland, Ohio
Soumya Sethi
30:59
Hi, Soumya, from Mumbai, India!
Carmen Abril
31:02
from* :)
Aakar
31:05
Hello everyone! Aakar from Ann Arbor, MI here
Isaac Jumba
31:07
Good evening from Nairobi!
Veronica Andrade
31:20
Veronica Andrade, Morgan Hill, California *Alternative High School teacher*
laura jana
31:26
hello from Omaha, Nebraska!
Antonia Villacís
31:31
Hi!I'm Antônia, from Bogotá, Colombia
Glenn Fajardo
31:33
Hello! I'm Glenn Fajardo from San Francisco.
Jim Vanides
31:34
Hello from Menlo Park, California (Silicon Valley, as some know it). I'm a Senior Education & Industry Advisor/Consultant, believing that by working together we CAN make learning better for all students. www.vanides2.com
Irem Yildiz
31:41
New York!
Abhay Bhuahan
31:54
I am Abhay from New Delhi, in India
Laura Naylor
31:54
Hello to everyone- Coming to you from Boston.
Sophia Malatesta
32:17
Sophia from Ireland
Jennie Zeiner
32:18
Hello from Turin, Italy!
Carlye Lauff
32:21
Hello from Pittsburgh, PA!
Catherine Wolfe
32:24
Hello from Syracuse, New York! I am an Interior Designer and Learning Environment Strategist. Hoping all is well wherever you are!
Donna Kuck
32:27
Donna Kuck DVM from San Jose, CA
Jérémy Vey
32:29
Hi there, glad to join this session. I'm Jeremy, Service Design Manager at Cambridge University Press in UK
clara Lott
32:30
Hello from Turin too!
Rhonda Lee
32:30
Rhonda Lee from Kansas City, MIssouri
Francesca Barbino
32:31
Hello everyone! Francesca from Palermo, Italy
Maia Wagner
32:32
Hello all! Calling in from Washington, DC!
Ngozi Ilondu
32:32
Hello Everyone, Ngozi Ilondu, Author of The Chronic School Hater listening in from the vibrant city of Lagos, Nigeria
Hayely Spira-Bauer
32:43
hi everyone- Hayley from NY
Eugenia Basso
32:53
hello from Barcelona!
Victor Young
32:54
Victor S. Young -Brooklyn N.Y
Peter Worth
33:05
Hi! Peter from Northern Ireland
Tarek Omran
33:10
quick question guys.. who likes their dentist?
Evy Lee
33:12
Evy Lee from Singapore! :)
Lisa Candels
33:21
from home visiting program for pregnant women and children and families till the kids are 5
Michelle Novak
33:25
Hello from Michelle from Morton Grove, Illinois
Janewit Kraprayoon
33:35
Jack from Bangkok
Mei Yee Chew
33:38
Mei Yee from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Kathleen Kwasnik
33:56
Hi Everyone, Kathy Kwasnik, Director of Success By 6 at United Way of Northern NJ!
Dennis O’Donnell
33:56
Dennis from Madison, WI, USA
Ché Nembhard
34:04
Che Nembhard From Brooklyn, NY
Katiuska Drouet
34:18
HELLO from Ecuador!!
Jin-Soo Huh
34:23
Appreciate the acknowledgement
Shiva Chakrachhattri
34:41
Appreciate the acknowledgement, really!
Claudia Anthony
34:45
Hello from Malaysia
laura jana
35:09
pediatrician and educator - author of The Toddler Brain: Nurture the Skills Today that Will Shape your Child’s Tomorrow
Muhammad Bahauddin Kabir
35:12
Hello from Bangladesh
Zainab Marvi
35:19
Hello, Zainab Marvi from Karachi, Pakistan! I'm a communication designer and currently teach an online graphic design course to students from underserved communities
Athar Osama
35:42
Athar from Pakistan at the National STEM School.
Shiva Chakrachhattri
35:45
Collectively heal together! Beautiful! :)
Rachel Siegel
35:59
So powerful. Thank you.
Carolyn Trotman-Grabek
36:57
Hello, I’m Carolyn from Poznan, Poland. A teacher and methodologist specialising in building classroom curricula rooted in Character Education, combined with Design Thinking and Participatory Democracy. So pleased to be here with you all!
Shrikant S
37:13
Shrikant from Mumbaihere's a small prayer in Sanskrit for the worldsarve bhavantu sukhinhsarve santu niraamayasarve bhadrani pashyantumA kascid dukh bhaag bhavetmay there be peace health wisdom and benevolent vision bestowed on all.may no one be deprived of happiness and contentment
Arnav Nigam
37:41
Arnav from Varanasi
Gerry Jesus Villano
37:49
Hello from General Santos City, Philippines
Destin RUGEREZA
38:33
may the souls of the deceased rest in eternal peace.
Dominique Manchak
38:33
Greetings from Washington, DC! Excited to share this time with folks looking to support educators and students!
Nidhi Hebbar
38:48
Hi I’m Nidhi from NYC. Committing to doing this work together.
Destin RUGEREZA
39:09
destin Rugereza from Kampala Uganda
Holly Carter
39:55
Hello everyone! Holly Carter from NYC. I produce of FILMS BYKIDS (short documentary films made by kids around the world with educational material) for PBS and classrooms around the world to teach empathy and globalism. www.bykids.org.
Victor Young
40:04
Real Talk
Jan Esteraich
40:20
Greetings everyone! Hello from Nebraska. Early childhood researcher and children’s media creator
Jeff Dartnell
41:32
Hello from Chilliwack, in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Vice-Principal of Chilliwack Middle School (Gr. 6-8).
Ilene Winokur
41:34
Hello. Ilene from Kuwait. I’m a retired educator and administrator living here for 35 years
Sasha Grinshpun
44:57
Hi, Sasha from the Bay Area. I used to work for IDEO and am passionate about innovate models of education
Sucheta Baliga
45:26
Hi, we have a solution to set-up a home PC solution using the already existing smartphones and TV in the household. It doesn’t need broadband or WiFi. Please do visit jumptopc.com to learn more.
Caroline Bucker
46:07
Hi Carol from south Brazil. Working as entrepreneur for innovation in education with creative projects
PATRICIA SALCEDO CAJA
46:12
hi! Pati from OpenIDEO Barcelona Chapter! We are working on the education challenge nowadays!
Isaac Jumba
46:25
As we go along, feel free to use the chat to interact, share your thoughts and questions!
Joshua Stern
46:33
Hey folks, I see a few things popping up in Q&A…
Caroline Bucker
46:50
Pati! Do you have an email or linked? We are doing something togheter with a teacher in barcelona
Wendy Lorch
48:03
Being online all day is hard
Terence Chan
48:05
maintaining focus while learning has been difficult at home
Jasmine Jones
48:06
No audience/student feedback
Eugenia Basso
48:07
environment ( with everybody at home)
Jackie Tan
48:07
As a teacher, never feeling like I've done enough
Maia Wagner
48:09
Collaboration
Nidhi Hebbar
48:16
Reaching students who have been unreachable
Rhonda Lee
48:17
lack of personal connection
Maria Lorente
48:18
Lack of interaction between teachers and students. One way communication.
kristen klaassen
48:18
Paying attention to nature!
Bimlesh Wadhwa
48:18
Missing f2f Interactions with students
Luis Miguel Hadzich
48:21
CHallenge: Being unable to talk to a single person without being heard by all.
Arnav Nigam
48:23
loosing focus often
Abhay Bhuahan
48:23
Concentration
Catalina De la Rocha
48:23
connectivity
Jeff Dartnell
48:24
Lack of technology, lack of connection with kids, surplus of tech apps and resources for teachers to try and learn and figure out.
Nidhi Hebbar
48:25
Addressing non-academic needs
Jackie Tan
48:25
Too much screen time for teachers
Sasha Grinshpun
48:27
having the "space" for school, both learning and connection
Aswini Ramkumar
48:27
Lack of dynamic in-person interaction
Gerry Jesus Villano
48:31
connectivity and time
Jackie Tan
48:31
Too much screen time for students
Laura Naylor
48:32
sports and physical activity together
Rachel Young
48:32
As a parent, I’m trying to teach kids who are a bit depressed
Zainab Marvi
48:34
zoom fatigue
Mei Yee Chew
48:36
Constantly navigating change
Joshua Stern
48:37
Hey Issac, I see a few things popping up in Q&A…
VICTORIA PYLVAINEN
48:37
what I hear is two things: impossible to have own children at home while trying to work/plan/teach and unable to set boundaries on schedule/time
Sam Gechter
48:38
My 7 year misses her friends
Monica Vidal
48:42
tiring, need more focus, connectivity, distractions at home
Carmen Abril
48:50
Redesign the way to communicate to effectively teach and engage students
Tian Ehrenreich
48:51
Keeping myself motivated to do my homework
Kathleen Kwasnik
48:56
balancing parenting/teaching/work/socializing/entertaining children has been a challenge
Liza Loop
48:57
increased understanding that learning takes place everywhere and all the time, not just in school
Janene Ware
48:58
As a mum working full time with children of different ages and learning styles it has been crazy
Michelle Novak
49:00
Not enough class interaction. Lack of creative play and building. Many technical issues with the software.
Erik Mooij
49:10
As a parent: creating a learning environment at home. Knowing what school expects from my kids.
Lisa Candels
49:12
parents not able to support their children's learning- language barriers, lack of understanding and education background
mary mckenna
49:38
Mary@nestusa.org needs ideas to reach families in Nepal who have minimal technology - flip phones where minutes are bought.
Addison Nuding
49:41
Shout out to NAMAN, my man!
Sam Gechter
49:41
Oops sent my intro just to panelists. Hi all, Sam from Somerville, Ma. I’m interested in IDEO, and design thinking. I’m also a parent, watching my kids struggle through Zoom lessons, so this topic is really interesting to me.
Siddharth Daswani
49:44
Pomodoro technique for staying focussed while studying
Victor Young
50:03
Students not showing their beautiful faces on check ins
Alfred Solis
50:23
Thank you Cali, Endiya, Sam, and Josh.
Joshua Stern
51:17
Yes?
Zarif Enam
51:38
I just experienced today that many people in hard-to-reach areas don’t get access to proper network connection. Many school students are getting connected through a phone conference call to have a virtual class through feature phones. I would love to hear solutions regarding this!
Carolyn Trotman-Grabek
52:22
Thank you for the opportunity! That’s always the beginning to betterment.
Dawn Fichera
52:48
Will we have a link to the video/slide deck, by any chance?
Gerry Jesus Villano
52:54
access to technology, connections even they do not have cellphones and or an android phone
Lisa Candels
53:03
families have ALWAYS wanted to be better allies to schools
Bettina Fliegel
53:43
Good morning from New York City! Bettina Fliegel
Muhammad Bahauddin Kabir
54:00
families always want best for the children & by that they put their thought & dream to the children
Jim Vanides
54:01
when did families STOP being allies and co-teachers? I must've blinked.... (is it because parents are too busy? is it because extended families are too geographically extended?)
VICTORIA PYLVAINEN
54:28
a school that is doing this partnership well is Commonwealth Charter Academy in PA - they are all about family services and support
Lisa Candels
54:46
many schools do not engage or welcome parents involvement
pippa ranger
54:48
totally agree. it takes a village. student outcomes are better when they have a more active parent school community and that extends into the home too
Gerry Jesus Villano
55:15
Remote learning is a families affair on the other hand we have families in our country where the parents are illiterate, so there’s a challenge on the monitoring and guidance of their parents
Lisa Candels
55:40
as glad Akimi said dual generation
pippa ranger
56:21
Family and Adult Basic Education (FABE) project in Uganda was doing this 20 years ago. Even domestic violence went down.
Jim Vanides
56:49
@Pippa - do you have a link to more info on FABE?
Muhammad Bahauddin Kabir
57:06
@pippa ranger may I know more about it?
Jeff Dartnell
57:47
Maybe COVID has given us an opportunity to reset education as a whole. The system has remained the same for years and people have lamented the lack of change for years but nothing revolutionary ever happens. Could this be the tipping point for the ed. system we all went through and are apart of?
Lisa Candels
58:07
@pippa ranger I would love to hear more about FABE as well
Luis Miguel Hadzich
58:22
Its hard for parents with no education to assist their kids in school. How could we also provide tools for parents without eduacation?
Liza Loop
58:33
@Jim Vanides. Exactly! Human learning begins prenatally and happens spontaneously, without ‘teacher’ intervention throughout life. Of course, families are the first teachers children have. When did we forget this and limit our idea of ‘learning’ to what is taught in schools?
Muhammad Bahauddin Kabir
58:36
@Jeff- I agree with you
pippa ranger
58:52
https://www.innovations.harvard.edu/family-basic-education-fabe
Andrea Stadler
59:07
@liz Loop when both parents had to go to work
Jin-Soo Huh
59:58
For school and district admins in the USA who are navigating decisions around family relationships, reopening, virtual learning, etc due to COVID-19, check out free coaching from Always Ready for Learning, a coalition of expert organizations. Able to offer for free thanks to philanthropy. https://www.alwaysreadyforlearning.org/
Jim Vanides
59:59
Thanks, @Pippa!
Veronica Andrade
01:00:28
Time to meet parents as well who work odd shifts
Liza Loop
01:00:30
@Jeff Dartell. Hooray!
Isaac Jumba
01:00:41
Question: What if we bent time 
to better meet the needs of students?
pippa ranger
01:01:12
FABE is run by LABE, here is their website https://www.labeuganda.org/training.html
Farah Shariff
01:01:23
more flexibility :-)
Lisa Candels
01:01:31
important educator in my life felt that it was key for students to schedule their time, to use free time
Catherine Pitcher
01:01:39
Wow, so true, Josh.
Dawn Fichera
01:01:58
@Josh- so great to hear this perspective and the reasons’s WHY we need to redesign.
Holly Carter
01:02:14
Kids learn and express themselves through moving image outside the classroom. How can we better support the use of film in the classroom? www.bykids.org works hard to get short documentary films made by kids from around the world to students and teachers around the world as a way to teach empathy, resiliency, social justice and globalism? Thoughts on good partners beyond public television, PBS LearningMedia, Discovery Education and PenPal Schools?
Tanishqa Bobde
01:02:18
So much screen time can mess with the human circadian rhythm and really mess with sleep
Athar Osama
01:02:22
Hey, I work in STEM Learning. Our programmes have been very hands-on for 13-17 year olds to work in a University Lab experiencing real science. We have been unable to do this during COVID are looking for ways to transform a very hands-on STEM Programme into a virtual experience. Any insights and help will be very much appreciated.
Katherine Herdt
01:02:26
The amount of time that students spend in public schools changing locations and going from class to class really contributes to a lot of time that could be conserved.
Andrea Stadler
01:02:30
The push back I’ve received from changing times is again from parents who see school as their babysitter. They need to go to work, so the kids need to be at school at that time. How do we work around the babysitting concept?
Leah Hartmann
01:02:50
Joshua +++++1 Great insights. Thanks for sharing.
Renato Kern
01:02:51
modularity is an interesting approach as long as the entire curriculum and courses are aligned and complementary (hoping it all comes together soon)
Donna Kuck
01:02:53
Bending time: I was sooooo bored in school. Think of the self-discipline if children are responsible for managing their own time.
Dawn Fichera
01:02:57
pushback is babysitting and transportation
Sam Gechter
01:03:07
@Andrea +1 I need my kids in school so I can work!
David Vilchez
01:03:11
it's interesting to be able to rely on students to take a little more control of their education.
Jim Vanides
01:03:21
Thanks, @Josh - I love the idea of students taking control over their schedules so they can "engage in the real world". Would work great in High School; any thoughts what this would look like for primary grade students?
Victor Young
01:04:19
Good Job Joshua
Jim Vanides
01:04:25
https://teachforall.org/sites/default/files/teaching-without-internet-key-recommendations-042020.pdf
Anish Mukherjee
01:04:26
Thanks Toni for bringing this up. I am from India, and internet access is a problem that we are dealing with.
Katherine Herdt
01:04:45
More agency leads to more creativity
pippa ranger
01:04:45
Some schools have been setting work / projects and then families and kids can work out when and how to do it. My kids school has been texting us at 8.30am with the work for the day which just leaves us no felxibility and it all backs up and we miss the deadlines
Dawn Fichera
01:04:59
I think this falls into the place where we consider teachers’ boundaries AND student agency on their own schedules.
Gayanjith Premalal
01:05:04
Formal education might not be the only thing that the students are missing. The relationships with the peers that you meet daily really do shape the personality of a person. And that is the very reason why I wanted to go to school.
Renato Kern
01:05:12
excellent point, @toni
laura jana
01:05:46
love the recognition of “non-content” Skills and metacognition
helena good
01:05:46
Thank you all this are great insights. We are hosting an global online Festival of Creative Bravery in Sept. We believe that creative bravery can reimagine education. Creative bravery will bring equity to our classrooms. All of our young people have been creatively brave.https://creativebraveryfestival.com/
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:05:50
@Toni in Peru there is a public TV show of school classes that is transmited also by radio nation-wide.
Liza Loop
01:05:57
@Andrea Stadler. Thanks for engaging here. What about investing in daycare organizations that provide custodial care but is not responsible for academic teaching?
Rachel Siegel
01:06:22
@Helena - really intrigued by the Creative Bravery concept. Thanks for sharing this opportunity!
Jim Vanides
01:06:27
I love the Nigeria example, @Toni - talking to your students about their learning. Reminds me that "teaching" is not simply about "delivering content"
Andrea Stadler
01:06:39
@Liza or having interested students to be part of that
Tanishqa Bobde
01:07:01
Instead of reinventing new tools, leveraging existing tools like Whatsapp/phone calls/SMS is an interesting direction - esp. since everyone’s mental models are already adapted to these tools.
Tanishqa Bobde
01:07:09
inventing*
Gerry Jesus Villano
01:07:17
thanks for the pdf
Jim Vanides
01:07:40
Love it! "There's a real world out there..." :)
Pamela Harris
01:07:47
Basel
Lisa Candels
01:07:56
love the World as our classroom!
Andrea Stadler
01:07:57
It’s sad that schools are not part of the real world. We are a separate bubble. Yet the point of schools is to get you ready for the real world
Erik Mooij
01:08:00
There have been very interesting experiments in different cities in the world around the concept of ‘learning cities’
Rachel Siegel
01:08:02
“Look at the world as our classroom!” Yes, @Josh! Preach!
Toni Maraviglia
01:08:07
Here is more about the Teaching Without Internet Alliance: https://teachforall.org/teaching-without-internet-alliance
Renato Kern
01:08:15
the world as a classroom is great! thanks @Joshua
Jim Vanides
01:08:22
Thanks, @Toni
Jeff Dartnell
01:08:22
Can we tie in community members, companies, etc in students learning? Push the students into the real-world prior to graduating. Make school more real-life and real-world.
pippa ranger
01:08:25
Our home learning has been very child led and nature based. Outdoor learning, world education and forest school approaches could be more valuable
David Vilchez
01:08:26
we levereage on IVR for those who doesnt have access to internethttps://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/covid-reimagine-learning-challenge/ideas/call-0800-aulas-an-educational-tool-for-those-who-live-in-remote-places
Carolyn Trotman-Grabek
01:08:38
Kudos!!! What Josh has just spoken on is one of the foundational differences that we’ve addressed in our school Spark Academy (Poznan, Poland)! I’m so encouraged to hear a US student say that high school students need to have the responsibility to shape their own timetables based on passions and priorities. At Spark Academy, we’ve structured our curriculum in exactly this manner, to allow students to choose how they can engage in real-world tasks while making forward strides in academic pursuits.
Kerry Eberhardt
01:08:50
Career and Technical Education does this well (relatively), connecting to the “real world” that is… Expansion of CTE, access to CTE, are important steps
Lisa Candels
01:08:50
@Erik Mooj what are those "learning cities"?
Jérémy Vey
01:08:58
learning is an "infinite" game. No arrival line, no winners or losers. It's an on-going process. Even more, humans have a natural curiosity drive…
Tanishqa Bobde
01:09:06
PREACH @Joshua!!!!!!!
Liza Loop
01:09:10
I’m disturbed by the underlying assumption by panelists that the only learning content that counts is academic. The world has always been the primary learning environment — yeah Josh!
Farah Shariff
01:09:14
thanks @ Josh
Sam Gechter
01:09:22
we are also teaching them these things so they can be good, informed citizens
Andrea Stadler
01:09:23
I’ve talked a lot to companies about internships and they love the idea of opening their doors. They said it is their way to give back to the community as well as a way to get feedback from their own or future clients.
Manjula Dissanayake
01:09:40
Shouldn’t learning be beyond school and work? Education and learning should be for life.. but how much of such foundational content is missing from school?
Lisa Candels
01:09:42
Yes internships!
Julia Mullinger
01:09:45
Totally agree - the relevance of education in some subjects is limited and not in sync with early careers skills requirement.
Kerry Eberhardt
01:09:47
Schools can recognize third party digital badges offered by other learning spaces
Valeria Fernandez
01:09:56
Learn from nature specially focused in Early Childhood
Meriel Willatt
01:09:56
Yes, Josh! Internships are so important. I only recently graduated and have been completing internships since then. I will start my teacher training from September but will make sure my students have those experiences that are SO enriching to their development
Pamela Harris
01:10:04
Reggio Emilia — early childhood education—children, teachers, artists, and community members are part of the teaching and educational model.
Dawn Fichera
01:10:15
This is where we could involve families this way and actually get involved in the classroom learning experience by “teaching a class”
Wendy Lorch
01:10:22
We need to see museums and community spaces as more than a one-day field trip (a jolly). Imagine heading over to the local art gallery for one’s art lessons or into the forest for ecology lessons etc...
Barbara Bennett
01:10:36
Internships are spot on! Unfortunately many families are ( in my opinion) misguided by priorities with sports.
Andrea Stadler
01:10:46
@Pamela early childhood does more reform, but it’s in the MS and HS where it becomes blindfolded
Kerry Eberhardt
01:10:56
Internship access has been impacted by COVID
Katherine Herdt
01:11:01
The role of a teacher is shifting with the amount of information students can access on their own. What is the new role of a teacher in this age?
Liza Loop
01:11:16
@Kerry Eberhardt. Yes, digital badges could be aggregated to help learners qualify for the kinds of certification that schools bestow,
Nina Pavlovska
01:11:17
A coach!
Pamela Harris
01:11:24
The Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center uses three Smithsonian museums as the classroom for children.
Andrea Stadler
01:11:29
@Kerry, but the experts can still zoom. I had architect, artist and cook meet up with my students from their workspace
Renato Kern
01:11:39
@katherine coaches that are not setting boundaries but pushing limits
Renato Kern
01:11:46
leeping learners curious
Renato Kern
01:11:52
keeping*
Meriel Willatt
01:11:55
@kerry I have been completing an entirely remote internship with a non-profit overseas… so I also learned how to collaborate remotely!
Jim Vanides
01:11:56
David Neils, co-founder of Mentored Pathways, told me years ago that he coaches students that they are not at school for the school's benefit, but that the school is one of many resources for the STUDENTS' benefit. https://www.mentoredpathways.org/about-us.cfm
Kerry Eberhardt
01:11:57
@Andrea - Industry partners are pulling back b/c liability and health guidelines… virtual internships can help bridge
Katherine Winkelman
01:12:02
Always focused on the love of learning for the rest of the child's lives rather than subject by subject
Lisa Candels
01:12:06
teacher needs to be a connector- to the community- the wisdom of the community as Toni just said- to the wider world- teacher needs to be a curator and community builder
Kerry Eberhardt
01:12:12
Also NEPRIS connects students and teachers with industry partners
Dawn Fichera
01:12:18
@ Nina- yes!! I refer to myself as a coach in class, and I teach 6th grade ELA. My feedback says Coaching tip
Carmen Abril
01:12:21
Teachers as curators ?
Andrea Stadler
01:13:04
YES!! Please!
Joshua Stern
01:13:21
yes
Shiva Chakrachhattri
01:13:23
What was the third?
Shiva Chakrachhattri
01:13:30
If someone could help
Andrea Stadler
01:13:34
We need to trust our students capabilities more
Jérémy Vey
01:13:41
There is always this notion of "Real-life" content as teaching support.
Jim Vanides
01:13:46
I love the idea of independent learners - but how do we balance independence with the Great Social Purpose of public education, to build citizens who collaborate and serve one another?
Liza Loop
01:14:14
“Everyone stepping in to educate our children”…Is this the “radical shift” or was the limiting of learning to schools the shift. Maybe we are contemplating returning to an earlier paradigm that we turned away from a couple of hundred years ago.
Isaac Jumba
01:14:19
@Shiva Here you go: What if we continued to expand the boundaries of learning beyond school?
Kobus du Toit
01:14:41
Service learning = where students use what they learn in class to serve the community with
Andrea Stadler
01:14:48
@Jim not sure if this helps, but look at Independent Project Samuel Levin
Farah Shariff
01:14:50
@ Shiva 'What if we continued to expand the boundaries of learning beyond school?'
pippa ranger
01:14:56
Time for Nature: https://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/time-for-nature.html
Shiva Chakrachhattri
01:15:03
Thank you @Isaac
Carolyn Trotman-Grabek
01:15:16
For the last three years I’ve been designing teaching programs for my English Department, focusing on what I call Production Tasks, which essentially aim to do precisely what Josh just talked about, and what Toni is currently speaking on: creating a sustainable symbiosis among young minds. the world of work, the family unit and cultural institutions.
Kobus du Toit
01:15:44
Another thing that works great is helping students formulate community projects related to the sustainable development goals
Lisa Candels
01:15:49
and what if the school was a community gathering place that welcomed parents/elders, etc. to address real world problems such as climate crisis
Abhay Bhuahan
01:15:56
Children and students generally come up with ideas and see many things that elder people oversee. It is important that students are also asked to try and find solutions. Not just as a task but to actually bring people to ‘think’ and induce 21st century skills in children.
Farah Shariff
01:15:59
Children are natural innovators
Liza Loop
01:16:00
You are invited to check out my blog. openeducativesystems.wordpress.com. Let’s continue a conversation about real world learning
Shiva Chakrachhattri
01:16:02
Thank you @Farah
Andrea Stadler
01:16:06
Also the UN Sustainable Developmental Goals - we share to our students that they have to make a better world, but we don’t give them the tools and know how to do so (maybe because we don’t know ourselves)
Michelle Novak
01:16:09
This is a new learning design initiative born out of recent events. Design for Humanity https://www.designforhumanity.net/the-project
Vivek Kumar
01:16:09
Internship is a great idea, what I am curious about- is this a good time to think on what could be few aims of education? Do we need to get beyond the narrative of preparing to be workforce? Could there be space for many-streams and not just mainstreams?
Kobus du Toit
01:16:12
https://worldslargestlesson.globalgoals.org/
Katherine Winkelman
01:16:33
PBS is a great model to follow but parents must work can you address how to balance the time and what if parents are ESL and working out of the home
Rachana Thummala
01:16:34
Under this theme, it would be useful to think about the work and teaching of Paulo Freire who has talked about the need to shift from a ‘banking model of education’ to a ‘problem posing education’ where teacher and student are together involved in asking questions about and understanding the world around them with the aim of transforming it
Shoshana Berger
01:16:37
Would love a link to that program, Sara!
pippa ranger
01:16:42
Its time to reimagine our relationship with nature. children need to grow up with an understanding and love of nature so they can become its guardians https://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/time-for-nature.html
Dominique Manchak
01:16:46
https://studentreportinglabs.org/news/coronavirus/
helena good
01:16:51
I love this! I am a Team Leader on the Daydream Believer Programme. Our brief was to bring the ‘real world’ into our classrooms. We have lessons written by employers like LEGO. Our lessons are all free to download and all you need is your imagination, paper and a pen. http://daydreambelievers.co.uk
Theresa Shadrix
01:17:10
Started a PBS Student Reporting Lab at my school in Alabama this year and it has been an amazing partnership in learning. Highly recommend!
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:17:19
@rachana Paulo Freire <3
laura jana
01:17:32
amen to the grounding in early childhood recognition, as well as the importance of social emotional learning. if anyone is interested I gave a TEDx talk linking early Brain and child development to 21st century, “soft, non-cognitive, and other” skill development
Nina Pavlovska
01:18:50
It’s not only about learning to do, but learning to be and live… here’s an example of a holistic curriculum it’s being implemented around the world https://dance4life.com/journey4life/
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:19:43
this is a MITx course FREE and they are giving free Edx certificates until June 30 if you complete 60% of class. https://www.edx.org/course/becoming-a-more-equitable-educator-mindsets-and-practices#:~:text=Becoming%20a%20More%20Equitable%20Educator%3A%20Mindsets%20and%20Practices,to%20thrive%20and%20feel%20valued.
Tanishqa Bobde
01:19:47
Yuval Noah Harari speaks a lot about importance of developing adaptability and emotional resilience as a skill for the 21st century. If we were taught more about this in our schools pre-COVID, could we have been able to adapt to the shock of this pandemic better?
pippa ranger
01:19:48
This is a great initiative: https://weareive.org/food-waste-acl/ In Spring 2020 IVE delivered an Applied Creativity Lab across three schools in Leeds to help pupils devise and develop nine new ways to reduce food waste. Not only the content but the way they are learning innovative problem solving and design thinking skills
Manjula Dissanayake
01:19:50
if anyone is interested in promoting social emotional learning to be center of all learning, plz join our community: https://karanga.org/
Liza Loop
01:19:53
Yeah, Akimi!
Jeff Dartnell
01:19:55
Very difficult for a lot of students to motivate their own learning and a lot of parents recluse themselves from their kids learning once they hit MS. How do we ensure kids are motivated and engaged in learning when they aren't in the classrooms? This is a major issue that online schools have been dealing with for years. Only a small % of kids can manage their own learning.
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:20:01
Becoming a more equitable educator: https://www.edx.org/course/becoming-a-more-equitable-educator-mindsets-and-practices#:~:text=Becoming%20a%20More%20Equitable%20Educator%3A%20Mindsets%20and%20Practices,to%20thrive%20and%20feel%20valued.
Lisa Candels
01:20:11
@rachana YES!
Mele W
01:22:05
Those of us who work/study learning in "informal" education settings have been saying for decades that learning is lifelong and that most learning occurs outside of school. It's great to hear others emphasize learning outside of school. In addition, I think for parents who both work from home now, that it is very challenging to meet family's social emotional needs, when parents themselves are very stressed in trying to do work and trying to help their children set schedules/rethink their learning.
Tanishqa Bobde
01:22:53
I worked on repainting remote education with hope using research on the cognitive process of hope and behavioural psychology - https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/covid-reimagine-learning-challenge/ideas/new-remote-edu-a-system-repainted-with-hope
Abhay Bhuahan
01:23:08
In many places religious justice
Liza Loop
01:23:26
@Mele W. May we talk further? lizaloop@loopcenter.org
Susmita Chakrabarty
01:23:31
Love this initiative.
Jim Vanides
01:23:41
Holy, smokes - @Josh is awesome.
Tracee Worley
01:23:45
PREACH JOSH!
Abhay Bhuahan
01:23:53
Truly Joshua
Renada Beckwith
01:23:53
Preach Josh!!!!
Dawn Fichera
01:23:54
I want Josh at my school for a PD
Renato Kern
01:23:55
KUDOS KUDOS KUDOS JOSH
Farah Shariff
01:23:55
Wow @ Josh, well said!
Veronica Andrade
01:24:02
The role of the teacher is the Civic Change Agent
Elyse Marrero
01:24:05
JOSHUA 2020
Dominique Manchak
01:24:06
THANK YOU JOSH!
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:24:22
@mele W- Im also researching Self Learners! can we get in contact? lm.hadzich@gmail.com
Katherine Herdt
01:24:22
its the ability to question. We need to make it a safe space to disagree
Gerry Jesus Villano
01:24:33
go Josh
Nidhi Hebbar
01:24:34
I loved hearing Josh - thank you!!
Susan Totaro
01:24:38
When the SEL work is not done within the context of social justice we fail to teach our students to be anti-racist.
Renada Beckwith
01:24:39
Drop the mic
Toni Maraviglia
01:24:45
Wow indeed, Josh
Catherine Wolfe
01:24:46
Josh, you are truly amazing. Thank you!!
Liza Loop
01:24:47
Suggestion for everyone at this webinar: check out the work of Sugata Mitra and his Hole in the Wall project.
Adrian Ionescu
01:24:54
OMG thank you Josh!
Dawn Fichera
01:24:57
“Because we are learning it, we don’t have the same connection to the content.” AMEN
Jim Vanides
01:25:03
Put Josh on the next TEDed stage...
kristen klaassen
01:25:04
Amen Joshua! Great insight many of us need to hear!
Jin-Soo Huh
01:25:13
Agreed, put him on TedED!
Andrea Stadler
01:25:19
@Luis look at Yong Zhao Teaching students to become self-determined learners
Theresa Shadrix
01:25:19
@Josh Thank you for sharing authentic insight and being an agent of change. We hear you!
Alfred Solis
01:25:20
Wow Josh. Happy that was recorded. Got chills.
Liza Loop
01:25:21
Yeah, Josh!!!!
Tanishqa Bobde
01:25:44
Josh, you brilliant brilliant human being.
Joshua Stern
01:25:47
You’re here! Thx!
Bettina Fliegel
01:26:11
@Akimi and everyone. Yes, integrated systems is key. I am a pediatrician. The medical community supports children and families, and are collaborators in this ecosystem.
Nidhi Hebbar
01:26:22
I am doing a project with the Aspen Institute to support schools to do this work to reimagine learning grounded in the needs and perspectives of students and families. If anyone is interested in getting involved / sharing their perspective or those of their students, please get in touch! I’m Nidhi Hebbar (on LinkedIn) or nidhi.hebbar@gmail.com
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:26:41
@AndreaStadler got it! thank you for the reference!
Isaac Jumba
01:26:50
To recap, here are the four questions that came out of the challenge:1. What if families served as ongoing education allies and co-teachers?2. What if we bent time to better meet the needs of students?3. What if we continued to expand the boundaries of learning beyond school?4. What if this is our big chance to really do applied learning?
Erik Mooij
01:26:53
thanks!
Toni Maraviglia
01:26:59
@Mona : Happy to share my email to this community if you're interested in getting involved: toni.maraviglia@teachforall.org
Tanishqa Bobde
01:27:03
thank you Isaac.
Farah Shariff
01:27:06
Thank you everyone - lots of interesting thoughts
kristen klaassen
01:27:07
Teach each child not the curriculum… great quote.
Kerry Eberhardt
01:27:12
Thanks all!
Wendy Lorch
01:27:16
Awesome webinar thank you - one of the best I’ve attended these last few months.
Meriel Willatt
01:27:30
Thank you! This was very valuable!!
Jim Vanides
01:27:35
Panelists - Would you care to share your emails so we can chat with you later?
Dawn Fichera
01:27:37
Thank you!
Carol Wong
01:27:37
THANK YOU
Sasha Grinshpun
01:27:37
Thank you all! such great and questions insights
Antonia Villacís
01:27:43
thanks!
Maike Strudthoff
01:27:46
thank you
Farah Shariff
01:27:48
haha Alysha
Tatiana Hernandez
01:27:52
Thank you very much!!!
Sandra Aidoo
01:27:53
thank you
Susmita Chakrabarty
01:27:55
Please contact : susmitafine@gmail.com
Tracee Worley
01:28:00
Swag Bag: https://bit.ly/ReimagineSwagBag
Lori Herz
01:28:04
Thank you!
Farah Shariff
01:28:07
woohoo :-)
Kobus du Toit
01:28:08
Swag bag!
Rachel Siegel
01:28:09
Cheering over here!
Susmita Chakrabarty
01:28:16
working on knowledge bank
Katherine Winkelman
01:28:17
Thank you so much for everything
Tian Ehrenreich
01:28:38
Thank you so much!
Kade Diakite
01:28:44
Hi, will you be emailing the recording?
ANNA WHYTE
01:28:45
Brilliant insights from Josh thank you
Victor Young
01:28:46
GREAT BY ALL.THANK YOU
Shaakira Mia
01:28:54
how to get the link
Luis Miguel Hadzich
01:28:59
cant see the swag bag!
Lisa Candels
01:29:03
YAY Josh!! But we need community centers!
Sandra Aidoo
01:29:03
please where is the swag bag ❤️
Shrikant S
01:29:04
sshrikant at gmailwould love to connect with all like minded humans here 🙏👍
Sonia Shah
01:29:07
don't see the swag bag
Shaakira Mia
01:29:12
for the swag bag
Gerry Jesus Villano
01:29:17
Thank you everyone
Isaac Jumba
01:29:21
@Kade, yes, we will be sharing the recording.
Zainab Marvi
01:29:21
i missed the swag bag. what was it
Michelle Novak
01:29:25
Where is the swag bag?
Shrikant S
01:29:26
thanks all of you folks
Ying Zhou
01:29:30
World as our school - go Josh!
Tracee Worley
01:29:35
Here is the swag bag again https://bit.ly/ReimagineSwagBag
Tony Pearson
01:29:36
I don't see the link to the Swag
Maria Lorente
01:29:39
Amazing Josh! Many thanks!
Katherine Winkelman
01:29:42
Young people love to be together somewhere
Kade Diakite
01:29:45
Thank you @Issac
Jin-Soo Huh
01:29:48
https://bit.ly/ReimagineSwagBag
Tanishqa Bobde
01:29:51
If anyone’s interested in discuss more about behavioural psychology and how we can leverage the research done on the same to repaint remote education, my email’s tanishqabobde98@gmail.com
Carolyn Trotman-Grabek
01:29:51
My hope is that we will accept the challenge to learn wherever we are, whoever we’re with and whatever we’re doing.
Shiva Chakrachhattri
01:29:53
Thank you so much
Jim Vanides
01:29:54
Thanks, All!
Isaac Jumba
01:29:54
Swagbag here: https://bit.ly/ReimagineSwagBag
Wendy Lorch
01:29:55
Josh is the best!
Sasha Grinshpun
01:29:58
we all cede our time to Josh 🙌
Charlotte Spinkston
01:30:02
Where is the swag bag
Renato Kern
01:30:03
thank you so much!
Farah Shariff
01:30:04
bit.lyWebinarSwagbag
Alfred Solis
01:30:04
Thank you everyone
Andrea Stadler
01:30:05
Thank you !
Isaac Jumba
01:30:06
Thank you all for joining!
Janene Ware
01:30:06
that our aim is to empower creative global change-making citizens
Antonia Villacís
01:30:07
thanks!!
Abhay Bhuahan
01:30:08
Thanks
Pam Dineva
01:30:09
Thank you!!
Noelle Walters
01:30:13
Thank you!!