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Ohio Deans Compact Conference - Friday - Jan 15 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
01:32:07
Wait, he can still go and get one!
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
01:32:54
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
Vince Laverick
01:32:59
Vince Laverick, Lourdes University
Dianne Gut-Zippert
01:33:02
Dianne Gut-Zippert OHIO University
Jim Chapple Ashland University
01:33:03
Jim Chapple Ashland University
Debbie K Jackson @ CSU
01:33:05
Debbie Jackson, CSU
Elena Andrei
01:33:08
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State University
Linda Bigham
01:33:08
Linda Bigham - University of Mount Union
Alicia R Crowe she/her
01:33:09
Alicia Crowe Kent State
Mary Heather Munger
01:33:13
Mary Heather Munger, University of Findlay
Kennetha Schmits
01:33:14
Kennetha Schmits, Mt. St. Joseph, University
Jean Eagle
01:33:17
Jean Eagle; Shawnee State University
Julie Kugler Ackley
01:33:23
Julie Kugler Ackley, Xavier University
Amy Queen
01:33:26
Amy Jo Queen, Shawnee State University.
Harrison Collier
01:33:32
Harrison Collier, Mount St. Joseph University
Ginny McCormack
01:33:36
Ginny McCormack, Ohio Dominican University
Margaret Lehman
01:33:41
Maggie Lehman, Lourdes University
Daria DeNoia, Ohio Education Association, (she/her/hers)
01:33:56
Daria DeNoia, Ohio Education Association
Sandra Pech
01:34:19
Sandra Pech KSU Tuscarawas
Sally Barnhart
01:38:17
Good Morning
Sally Barnhart
01:38:26
Sally Barnhart, Xavier University
Ky Davis Muskingum University
01:38:36
Ky Davis, Muskingum University
Caitlin Reash
01:39:08
Caitlin Reash, University of Mount Union
Kathy Winterman
01:40:13
Kathy Winterman, Xavier University Have a great day!
Charles Kemp, Shawnee State
01:40:26
Good morning from Shawnee State
Elena Andrei
01:40:31
Yes
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
01:40:32
Yes, can hear!
Alicia R Crowe she/her
01:40:32
Yes - I can hear.
Jim Gay, OLAC
01:40:33
Will do, Dr. Moffett
Marlissa Stauffer
01:40:33
Yes
Carrie Wysocki-ONU
01:40:34
Perfect!
Aimee Howley
01:40:36
yes
Debra Janas
01:40:36
yes
Julie Kugler Ackley
01:40:37
yes-loud and clear
Judith Monseur, UC Systems Dev & Improvement Center
01:40:37
Yes!
Jean Eagle
01:40:40
Yes
David Brobeck-WalshU
01:40:40
yes
Tori Zascavage
01:40:48
tori zascavge from Xavier , yes
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center
01:41:03
We so agree, Terry!
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
01:42:00
Absolutely Noran!
Jim Chapple Ashland University
01:42:55
We would agree with you Noran!
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
01:43:09
Without a doubt, they truly are and we are all better for knowing them.
Karel Oxley, OLAC
01:43:19
Absolutely…and with their team and Deb Telfer!!
Charles Kemp, Shawnee State
01:44:24
as a grad student, Dr. Aimee Howley impacted my life. I am forever grateful!
Mary Lou DiPillo
01:44:55
A fitting tribute to Amiee! We are blessed.
Laura Saylor
01:45:36
Laura Saylor, Mount St. Joseph University
suecorbin
01:46:11
Sue Corbin, Notre Dame College
Sandra Pech
01:46:26
always one of my favorite hymns :)
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
01:47:38
For me this song, penned when Johnson was an educator at a school in Florida was said to have first been performed for a Black History Program
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State
01:47:55
I’ve never heard the words of the second verse. Moving!
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
01:48:22
The song is often played at programs through my looking back on my development.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
01:49:00
To me, it is a fitting national anthem for all of us as Americans!
Rae White
01:49:11
Amen
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
01:49:18
Beautiful!
Mary Lou DiPillo
01:49:20
Beautiful!@
Dawn Henry
01:49:36
It truly is beautiful
Terry Grimm
01:51:12
As a musician, I was carried away and could not stop until the end of the song.
Daria DeNoia, Ohio Education Association, (she/her/hers)
01:51:59
Thank you, Dr. Moffett, for having us sing at home, full voice, standing in my kitchen. Our school and our union sang this hymn heartily and mightily.
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
01:52:55
With respect, this is a beautiful hymn and point is well taken but a religious piece does not speak for all in the nation.
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State
02:11:18
Thank you for reminding us all of the importance of learning history and historical context, and the role of the social studies in helping K-12 learners address this moment in history.
Steve Kroeger, University of Cincinnati
02:17:23
Don Omeara - my senior social studies teacher helped me change my consciousness about the Vietnam war 1970
suecorbin
02:18:29
Jim Hayes, my freshman composition professor at Kent introduced me to Jerry Farger’s work on the role of power in relationships.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
02:18:58
Wow! Thanks for those comments
CRAIG HOWLEY
02:19:15
Mrs. Snyder: my second grade teacher. Unlike the K teacher and 1st grade teachers, she welcomed every child and made them feel part of the classroom team. I felt it forcefully: and encountered that spirit rarely thereafter.
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
02:20:42
Mr. Sosteric, HS biology teacher, who expected a great deal from EVERY student, and attended to the needs of EVERY student.
Aimee Howley
02:21:08
Mrs. Vinet: She was a great 5th grade teacher—but later in her career she began to use art as a way to give every child a voice. As a high-school student I had a chance to observe her art education.
Kathleen Scott, ESCNEO
02:21:27
My colleague Judith Monseur, whose commitment to social justice is a beacon to me.
Judith Monseur, UC Systems Dev & Improvement Center
02:22:07
Thank you Kathleen! I always learn so much from you!
Elena Andrei
02:22:12
My high school Language Arts teacher, Mr. Zisu, was very passionate and knowledgeable and inspired me to be an Language Arts Teacher.
Marlissa Stauffer
02:22:21
Mrs. Tuggle: my senior English teacher who opened my mind to ideas and made me think. I left her class and wanted to go home just to think about what had spoken about in class, but I had to head to Zoology.
Stacey Pistorova
02:22:33
Dr. Lynne Hamer, my social foundations teacher at the doctoral level didn't just teach about injustice and systemic racism, she required us to go into communities and work together to challenge systems of oppression.
David Brobeck-WalshU
02:23:00
Mrs. Cooper, my 3rd grade teacher, protected me from another teacher who had struck me. Mrs. Cooper protected me from Mrs. S., a known bully to most of the children in the school. I learned the value of fighting bullies and helping those who were marginalized, for whatever reason.
Kathy Winterman
02:23:17
Mr. Soldo--Biology and Biology II in high school. Great teacher who was so passionate about biology.
Judith Monseur, UC Systems Dev & Improvement Center
02:23:38
I recall Mr. James Rowley, my high school social studies and environmental studies teacher. I had the privilege of working alongside him decades later in my career.
Dawn Henry
02:23:45
Mr. Lewandowski, my eighth grade history teacher challenged us to look outside the “bubble” around our small town to see the wider world.
Jennifer Kelly
02:24:06
Dr. Randa Russell North Carolina A&T State University - Doris Corbett- Howard University
Bailey Doran
02:24:25
My high school English teacher helped and challenged me in many ways in my writing.
Tanya Judd-Pucella
02:24:43
Mrs. Ball...she walked into class the first day of sophomore American Government and wrote on the board and said "I will make a difference in your life". I thought--that was what I want to do with my life.
Kennetha Schmits
02:26:21
Mr. Gregg, my 11th gr. Social Studies teacher. He was the first openly gay gentleman I had encountered. He gave all of us the ability to view issues with different viewpoints that none of us had had before. He is long gone, but I smile whenever I think of him.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
02:27:34
WOW!
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
02:28:57
Even though not in my past, my teenager is transgender and has decided to try face to face school for the first time since coming out because of a teacher in their school who is openly nonbinary. This has allowed my teen to start engaging with life again, and that makes a difference in my life.
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center
02:29:12
Jessica Justice
Elena Andrei
02:30:21
Virginia is second to Ohio.
Judy Robinson
02:31:40
Dr. Lothardius Goggins (I cannot forget this man's name) taught Africa to a class of mostly white students at the U. of Akron....he was amazing at challenging us to rethink our perspective and appreciation of the diverse world in which we live.
Marc Gray
02:32:08
My 8th grade Social Studies teacher. She shared stories and pictures of her travels. Having been raised in the inner city, I rarely traveled beyond a 5 mile city limit. Her stories peaked my interest early on to travel as a college student, and now an adult to see the world and to widen my vision and understanding of people in our country and around the world.
Cynthia Dieterich - Baldwin Wallace University
02:32:19
There is a debate because Harrison was born in Virginia but became President from Ohio :)
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
02:32:45
Mx. Andrew Harris, Scott High School, Taylor Mill KY
Mary Lou DiPillo
02:35:06
Sr. Mary Stella, principal of our elementary school, who was committed to equity.
Elena Andrei
02:35:07
Can you recommend a book to dig deeper in the 1876 election? Thank you.
Kathleen Scott, ESCNEO
02:36:31
The Second Founding-Eric Foner
Terry Grimm
02:38:08
Suggestion: Click the View icon at the upper right of the Share window and select Side-by-side: Speaker. You may get a larger view of Dr. Moffett's video.
CRAIG HOWLEY
02:42:34
American History 1964: “Slavery didn’t cause the American Civil War.” No it was the conflict between an agrarian and an industrial society. So, the curtailment of Reconstruction wasn’t all that important, in that narrative. Lies Our Teachers told us. I’m amazed because that school did a good job with math and languages.
Elena Andrei
02:43:03
Black Reconstruction in America, 1860-1880by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois
Kathleen Scott, ESCNEO
02:43:19
Foner: https://www.amazon.com/Second-Founding-Reconstruction-Remade-Constitution/dp/0393652572
Elena Andrei
02:43:23
Thank you!
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
02:47:33
History of Longtown, OH: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/an-ohio-town-where-the-races-have-mixed-freely-for-more-than-200-years/2015/09/26/7ab3b250-4cfa-11e5-bfb9-9736d04fc8e4_story.html
Judy Robinson
02:48:09
It is a local decision in Ohio.
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State
02:48:53
Grade 8 Ohio History Standards includes this: The practice of race-based slavery led to the forced migration of Africans to the American colonies and contributed to colonial economic development. Their knowledge, skills and traditions were essential to the development of the colonies.
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State
02:49:37
Not very robust.
Tachelle Banks
02:53:07
Yessir. Earth, Wind and Fire.
Judy Robinson
03:01:58
Just got this news blast from one of my teachers: Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics Racism & Social Injustice Virtual Town Hall SeriesThe Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics (OCTM) is hosting its first Town Hall meeting of the new year on Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 7-8 p.m. (EDT). The topic of this Town Hall meeting is "Racism & Social Injustice." The focus will be on what we can do as mathematics educators to promote antiracist policies, practices and ideas in the classroom. The discussion will be moderated by Charles Bowman (OCTM director of Diversity and Inclusion). Find the information to join the meeting at this link. For more information on the Virtual Town Hall and other great work by OCTM, click here to go to its recently updated website.
Terry Grimm
03:03:39
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSczSIDb53MaHV3Jf7TeoVjaBMamZcL6upqw4GirHHosqnclrg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0&gxids=7628
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
03:03:55
got it
Elena Andrei
03:04:02
yes
Terry Grimm
03:05:49
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSczSIDb53MaHV3Jf7TeoVjaBMamZcL6upqw4GirHHosqnclrg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0&gxids=7628
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
03:06:43
This was my senior thesis at Purdue:
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
03:06:43
Thank you very much Noran for being with us - you’ve given us a lot to think about in going back to go forward.
Mary Heather Munger
03:06:51
Thank you for sharing that, Judy!
Elena Andrei
03:06:52
Thank you!
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
03:06:54
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00933104.1997.10505824
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
03:06:59
Thank you so much!
Ginny McCormack
03:07:01
Many thanks!
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
03:07:41
Thank you!
Marlissa Stauffer
03:09:01
Thank you for your emphasis on the importance of the teacher and on returning to history for greater understanding as we work for justice.
Ky Davis Muskingum University
03:13:59
Excellent idea and advice. Thank you!
Jim Chapple Ashland University
03:15:26
Thanks for the. Bow tie Jim!
Terry Grimm
03:34:44
Suggestion: Click the view icon and select Gallery View.
Mary Heather Munger
03:42:40
Amen! Show us the money. Down with debt.
Meg Reister - Franciscan University of Steubenville
03:50:48
Love the mentor model!
Kathy Winterman
03:53:00
Is this a model that can be shared with the Dean's Compact?
Williams Shealey, Monika
03:53:49
We can absolutely share the framework with everyone
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:09:52
Thank you Rowan!!!
Krista Maxson
04:10:03
Amiel, how did you find out about the program?
Krista Maxson
04:10:59
Thank you
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center
04:12:08
I love that, Amiel - how good your mentoring will be should definitely be a strong factor in deciding where you choose to attend. It sounds like you got a glimpse of that even before you decided.
Julie Kugler Ackley
04:13:07
Stay safe everyone and have a good start to the semester
Krista Maxson
04:13:37
Jacob, your statement about not knowing how to apply to college speaks volumes!!!
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:19:15
Dr. Shealey: You are a modern day Sojourner Truth! Dr. Leftwich: You are a modern day Harriet Tubman! Thanks for what you all are doing and this effort should be a national priority for the benefit of making sure teacher educators look like America at its best!
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:21:26
These pathways should become Federal and State Policy Initiatives!
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:31:37
POLICY MATTERS!
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
04:33:22
Overall, if everyone with an education degree actually taught, there would not be a shortage.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:34:38
Absolutely, Leah, this trend has been in existence for a long time from my experiences.
David Brobeck
04:39:59
Dr. Moffett… agreed on inviting students to consider teaching. I also believe we need to invite early… middle school and high school by promoting the value of being an educator.
Eric Duncan
04:44:31
https://edtrust.org/educator-diversity/#BP
Meg Reister - Franciscan University of Steubenville
04:47:11
Yes to what David said! Your statement reminds me of what Dr. Murdock talks about out of the Teacher Summit that Mt. St. Joseph does!Teacher Summit = invites high schoolers to come and learn what being an education major might involve in efforts to recruit folks to consider going into education
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:53:15
My I ask the young men on the panel to share what would they write as a policy statement for consideration to the next administration
Meg Reister - Franciscan University of Steubenville
04:54:54
I have to log off due to a school faculty meeting starting at 1pm on my end. Thanks for a terrific panel and discussion today!
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
04:56:00
THANK YOU!
Alicia R Crowe she/her
04:58:47
Thank you all for this. I have some great ideas to take forward, but have to log off.
Krista Maxson
04:59:05
Thank you! all for such a wonderful discussion, I have another meeting starting at 1pm. Sorry to miss any of it.
Dianne Gut-Zippert
05:02:38
Thank you all. I have a meeting at 1:00.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
05:03:34
Thanks, again to all of you for inviting me to be part of this Ohio Dean’s Compact—You truly Rock!
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
05:04:13
Thank you very much Noran for being with us!
David Brobeck
05:07:30
I am thinking about something Dr. James Frank, former President of Howard U and the first African American President of the NCAA told me when I meet him in the mid 1980’s. He was a former student of my father’s at Aliquippa HS (PA). “I am where I am today because of teachers, like your father, who encouraged me to go to college. He saw something in me and my brother that we did not know was there.” His words brought me to tears but they have driven my commitment to find and promote teachers of teaching candidates and teachers of color.
Jim Chapple Ashland University
05:11:12
Great job Amiel! I really appreciate the comments from the students who have benefited from IMPACT.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
05:13:33
Dr. Brobeck: Your words in the chat are powerful and I am truly appreciative of your sharing them with ALL of us!
Mark A Seals
05:13:49
Amiel…was/is there some very specific on campus outside the academics that you feel really was impactful and/important for your success?
Mark A Seals
05:14:24
Actions/activities
Amiel Holliday
05:16:01
@ Mark I would say attending education based events on campus to develop more friends and peers who are going through similar processes as in my degree. Growing my network among my peers helped me to stay on track, ahead of deadlines, and even meeting weekly for study/homework groups.
Dawn Henry
05:16:20
This has been such a great learning experience. Thank you, everyone, for sharing your perspectives. Loved hearing from the students! It has greatly informed projects we currently have planned! Thank you again!
Jim Chapple Ashland University
05:17:03
Great job panel and THANK YOU Rowan for a wonderful model that I hope we can replicate here in Ohio.
Mark A Seals
05:17:21
Thank you Amiel and all! Great presentation/panel. Thank you!
Ginny McCormack
05:17:28
Thank You!
Williams Shealey, Monika
05:17:54
Thank you all for having us!
Eric Duncan
05:19:12
Thank you for the invitation and for the incredible conversation - inspired by you all
Daria DeNoia, Ohio Education Association, (she/her/hers)
05:19:40
Thank you to all of you for this wonderful and truthful panel discussion.
Amiel Holliday
05:19:44
Thank you all for the opportunity to be here!
Marlissa Stauffer
05:19:48
The unity of message was clear; I really appreciated hearing from each of you as you shared your resources. To Amiel and Jacob, we’re proud of you!
Elena Andrei
05:20:08
Thank you!
Ky Davis Muskingum University
05:20:11
Thank you. And great job to the entire panel!
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
05:20:22
Many thanks to Dr. Shealey and the Rowan Team, to Eric Duncan, and to Dr. Moffett for an outstanding panel, and for the work you do every day.
Karel Oxley, OLAC
05:20:23
Thank you ….powerful!!
Jim Chapple Ashland University
05:20:24
Thank you Amiel and Jacob! I truly appreciated your comments
Judy Robinson
05:20:27
Thank you so much for extending the invitation to the K-12 community. I appreciate being able to listen in.
David Brobeck
05:20:27
Thank you. This session, this conference have been inspiring and motivational. Never rest, never accept the minimization of anyone
Aimee Howley
05:20:31
Thanks to everyone on the panel and to Tachelle for doing such a great job as facilitator!
Terry Grimm
05:20:48
Conference Evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DC_Conference_2021
Sandra Pech
05:20:48
Thank you for all of your valuable insights
chiggins
05:20:53
Thank you all so much - great panel. So helpful and informative. I appreciate you all
Michele Nobel (she/her) OWU
05:20:54
Thank you! Very impactful
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State
05:20:55
Thanks to Tachelle and all Compact members for a great conference. Thanks also to the panelists for sharing their ideas and experiences.
Mark A Seals
05:21:07
Agreed….wonderful job Tachelle! Thank you.
Terry Grimm
05:21:19
Conference Evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DC_Conference_2021
Stacey Pistorova
05:21:29
thank you, so much to think about after this conference
Marlissa Stauffer
05:22:07
I agree, Tachelle - thank you for your words, Dr. Moffett!
Stacey Leftwich
05:22:18
Thank you!
Steve Kroeger, University of Cincinnati
05:22:33
Thank you all for a wonderful presentation.
Mary Heather Munger
05:22:38
Thank you, everyone! It was a great conference.
Williams Shealey, Monika
05:22:44
Take care everyone
Terry Grimm
05:22:58
Conference Evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DC_Conference_2021
Harrison Collier
05:23:03
Thanks!!
Everrett Smith
05:23:07
Thank you for the presentation
Earl Focht, ODE
05:23:20
Great conference - Thanks to all
Stacey Leftwich
05:23:25
Thanks again. I have to get to another meeting.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
05:23:28
Ohio Dean Compact for being here and for us! You are a model for the nation. PLEASE MAKE THAT STATEMENT on Social Justice & Racial INJUSTICE a national model for educational reform!
Terry Grimm
05:23:45
Conference Evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DC_Conference_2021
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
05:24:32
Many thanks Tachelle - it’s truly a team effort and we have had and continue to have great Compact leadership, strong state partners, and real dedication on the part of so many.
Noran Moffett, Ed.D
05:24:44
Finally: Aimee and Craig Howley, Nurah said: Hi with a smile—Thanks for making my daughter important when she was just a grade school student following her daddy to conferences!
Terry Grimm
05:24:52
Conference Evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DC_Conference_2021
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center and Compact
05:25:53
Terry and SST 5 - we could not have done this without you! THANK YOU.
Dawn Henry
05:25:53
The Voice!
Mary Heather Munger
05:25:56
Thank you, Tachelle!
Charles Kemp, Shawnee State
05:26:05
Thanks everyone