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Day One – Deans Compact Conference 2022 - Jan 26 - Morning - Shared screen with speaker view
Daria DeNoia, she/her/hers
01:34:30
Daria DeNoia, Ohio Education Association.
Mary Heather Munger, University of Findlay
01:34:39
Mary Heather Munger, University of Findlay
Harrison Collier
01:34:42
Harrison Collier, Mount St. Joseph University
Tanya Judd-Pucella
01:34:58
Tanya Judd, Marietta College
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her/hers
01:34:58
Tachelle, absolutely! Thank you, Terry!
suecorbin
01:35:20
Sue Corbin, Notre Dame College
Aimee Howley, WordFarmers Associates
01:35:43
Thank you, Terry. Good morning everyone.
Terry Grimm
01:35:44
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Molly Sawyer
01:35:52
Molly Sawyer, Miami Uniersity
Mary Murray
01:35:56
Mary Murray, BGSU Emerita
Leah
01:36:07
Leah Wasburn-Moses, Miami U
Stephanie Scott
01:36:25
Stephanie Scott, University of Rio Grande
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
01:36:32
Good morning - on behalf of the Compact and our OCTEO partners, WELCOME - we’re glad you’re here!
sbrannan
01:36:40
Sally Brannan, Wittenberg University
Mary-Kate Sableski
01:36:45
Mary-Kate Sableski, University of Dayton
jeaneagle
01:36:58
Jean Eagle, Shawnee State
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
01:37:02
Kelli Smith -Shawnee State University
Colleen Gallagher
01:37:05
Good morning! Colleen Gallagher, University of Dayton
Jon Breiner (he, him, his)
01:37:23
Jon Breiner, University of Cincinnati
Jennifer Bambrick, Walsh University
01:37:57
Jennifer Bambrick, Walsh University
White, Rae
01:38:13
Rae White, Capital University
Hollie Johnson, Xavier University
01:38:26
Hollie Johnson, Xavier University
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
01:38:27
The Compact greatly values our partnership with OCTEO groups - many thanks to Brian, Mary Heather, and others for their tremendous leadership
Nathan Boles
01:38:49
Nathan Boles, Central State University
Peggy Schauer (she/her), JCU
01:38:54
Peggy Schauer, John Carroll University
Debra Janas
01:39:14
Debra Janas, Baldwin Wallace University
Kelly, Jennifer
01:39:31
Jennifer Faison Kelly, Capital University
Pam Young, University of Dayton
01:41:43
Kurt is also a Finalist for the National Teacher of the Year
Terry Grimm
01:45:12
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Terry Grimm
01:48:15
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Terry Grimm
01:48:53
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Terry Grimm
02:16:34
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Terry Grimm
02:25:22
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Tanya Judd-Pucella
02:57:57
I loved the break out activity we did and the follow up discussion....I look forward to trying the same with my students.
Rae White, Capital University
02:58:17
The Language of Learning instead of the “Grammar of Schooling is a powerful shift.
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State/OACTE
02:58:25
I am inspired by the models presented to implement educational change. I wonder whether there is any role for ensuring that students all come away with a common belief in our democratic practices and ideals (which might involve some level of “control”)
Brian P Yusko - Cleveland State/OACTE
02:59:47
My curiosity is piqued to learn more about the school systems that were cited as examples of implementing the changes presented. Seems to present a real logistical challenge for school systems, teachers, and classrooms.
Jennifer Walton-Fisette, KSU
02:59:54
Loved the presentation. Very thought provoking. How do we work to dismantle the current systems in place that are so influenced by legislators, accreditation, policies, etc. Yes, some of us are doing and will do this at an individual, grass roots level, but how about the ability to dismantle the system for change to truly occur.
Tim Slekar
02:59:55
Learning as Freedom, Great! But our system rewards compliance and obedience. How do we get access to the levers of power that thrive off the status quo?
Susan Kushner Benson (she/her)
03:00:28
I am amazed and grateful for this presentation because the discussion about schooling versus education is something my students just discussed - including the work of Cuban and Tyak. An extremely engaging and thought-provoking presentation. Thank you!
Daria DeNoia, she/her/hers
03:01:24
I love the connection between Marshall Ganz's work, equity as solidarity, and how to think about working for educational change using the head-heart-hand model and equity as solidarity to envision and create educational change. Thank you for making those connections. This will impact some of the work that I do.
Marlissa Stauffer
03:03:53
I wondered what they believe created the great success in places like rural Mexico that caused them to outperform more affluent schools.How did they measure it - scores?I’m fascinated to learn more about this opportunity and share it after my students read something from Freire or Ivan Illich. Perhaps there is a good source to read?
Tim Slekar
03:04:05
How does teacher education teach learning as freedom when we are fully bound to compliance systems that control our missions?
Shelly Gilbert, U. of Findlay Dir. of Field Experience
03:05:42
In Activity Based Learning, are the activities developed upon students' interests, or are the activities developed based upon the content children are expected to learn?
Terry Grimm
03:08:06
Very thoughtful entries in the Chat. Great questions. Santiago will be featured in one of the 1:00 Concurrent session today.
suecorbin
03:08:41
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing Mark!
Jennifer Walton-Fisette, KSU
03:09:04
Will we be able to get a copy of the slides?
Rae White, Capital University
03:09:07
Thank you. Great & inspiring thoughts.
Alicia R Crowe, Kent State
03:09:36
Thank you for your thoughts- that was wonderful.
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
03:09:52
We’ll post all PPTs that speakers provide, including Santiago’s, along with links to recorded sessions, on the Compact website after the conference.
Romena Holbert
03:28:09
I think a lot of teachers struggle to find work life balance while attempting to attend to their varied needs. How might those teachers balance their organization and logistics with teaching with love?
Shawna Benson
03:30:21
That is a great example! Have a plan with relevant curriculum but flexibility to be responsive to student direction in the moment.
Romena Holbert
03:37:21
Right, like the different due dates based on what happened at home on a particular evening. How do we keep it organized?
Diana Garlough, University of Findlay
03:37:34
I think I can picture your classroom on a daily basis in regard to content and pedagogy. I’m wondering what your assessments look like? Are they more traditional or some other format? I teach an undergrad assessment class.
MMcVey
03:41:31
Everything we ever learned, we learned in kindergarten, right?
elena andrei
03:48:08
Thank you!!!
Debora Kuchey, Xavier University
03:48:09
Thank you Mr. Russell.
Diana Garlough, University of Findlay
03:48:18
Great presentation. Thank you!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her/hers
03:48:38
Thank you Kurt for being with us today. You're truly inspiring and its been a honor to hear from you.
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
03:48:46
Thank you Kurt - best of luck
Romena Holbert
03:48:49
Absolutely! So outstanding!
Romena Holbert
03:48:56
I would love to stay in touch!
Susan Marie Stearns
03:49:02
Thank you so much!
Susan Kushner Benson (she/her)
03:49:05
Go Scots!
Daria DeNoia, she/her/hers
03:49:07
Thank you, Mr. Russell. Lovely to see you.
Harrison Collier, Mount St. Joseph University
03:49:34
Thank you, Mr. Russell!
Ohio Dept of Ed - Jo Hannah Ward
03:49:52
Thank you Mr. Russell!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her/hers
03:49:57
@Mark, yes! We're so fortunate to have Jo Hannah's leadership in Ohio!
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
03:50:48
Amen! Jo Hannah makes a tremendous difference in the lives of children and families - always working behind the scenes, and always in a way that brings others into the work.
Earl Focht ODE
03:53:10
We are so fortunate to have Jo Hannah as our leader in the Office for Exceptional Children!!!
Leah
04:10:35
I am a foster parent and I have used surrogate parent before.
Cynthia Dieterich Baldwin Wallace U
04:14:08
Will we get a link to the full presentation
Cynthia Dieterich Baldwin Wallace U
04:14:37
Many valuable resources!
Katie Krammer, Lake Erie College
04:17:39
Yes, would love the powerpoint so we can access those links. Thank you!
Jennifer Bambrick, Walsh University
04:19:03
Thank you for these updates!
MMcVey
04:19:04
Thank you Jo Hannah, good information.
Harrison Collier, Mount St. Joseph University
04:19:12
Thanks, Jo Hannah!
Marlissa Stauffer
04:19:14
Very helpful!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her/hers
04:19:20
:) We're still with you! Excellent updates to keep us connected and informed!
Ohio Dept of Ed - Jo Hannah Ward
04:19:21
Thank you all for sticking around!
Jon Breiner (he, him, his)
04:19:51
I brought my own bottle of caeser dressing
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:19:51
You had to get a joke (of sorts) into the mix Mark!
Mary Murray
04:19:52
You are hysterical, Mark!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her/hers
04:19:54
@Mark, you're too much! :D
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:20:03
Thank you Jo Hannah!
Mary Heather Munger
04:20:13
Mark…. 🙃
Mary Murray
04:20:16
I want to see David’s entertainment. Maybe on Zoom!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her/hers
04:21:59
Thanks, Terry!