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Day Three – Deans Compact Conference 2022 - Jan 28 - Morning - Shared screen with speaker view
Lap Nguyen Central State Unversity :)
01:18:43
good morning all!
Lap Nguyen Central State Unversity :)
01:18:50
Lap Nguyen - Central State University
Cara Dubay
01:18:56
Cara Dubay, Mount St. Joseph Univeristy
David Brobeck-UC SDI
01:19:18
David Brobeck, UC SDI Center
Joe Link
01:19:27
Joe Link, University of Cincinnati
White, Rae
01:19:38
Rae White, Capital University
suecorbin
01:19:55
Sue Corbin, Notre Dame College
Caitlin Reash
01:20:23
Cait Reash, University of Mount Union
Susan Stearns, BGSU
01:20:41
Good morning all, Susan Stearns BGSU
Mary Murray
01:21:14
Mary Murray, BGSU
Kelly, Jennifer
01:21:18
Jennifer Faison Kelly, Capital University
Terry Grimm
01:21:36
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Terry Grimm
01:21:49
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rwelsch
01:23:59
Hey Brian!
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
01:24:16
Good job Brian and Jennifer!
David Brobeck-UC SDI
01:24:16
If “if’s” and “and’s” were pots and pans, tinkers never would have gone out of business.
Mary Munger
01:24:26
It was so fun! I lost badly, but still had a good time. 😂
David Brobeck-UC SDI
01:24:32
Brian crushed it
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
01:24:35
Kelli Smith - Shawnee State University
parham
01:24:36
Marcquis Parham, Ohio Univ.
Mark A Seals
01:25:09
Agreed…Brian nailed it!
Ackleyjk@xavier.edu
01:25:27
Julie Kugler-Ackley, Xavier University
Terry Grimm
01:26:29
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Aimee Howley
01:26:34
https://padlet.com/aimeehowley/mvckjj7jen7iif2s
Karel Oxley, OLAC
01:28:36
Thank you for the engaging welcome and re-cap, Jim!!
Mark A Seals
01:29:25
Thank you Jim!!!!!
Terry Grimm
01:32:33
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Terry Grimm
01:36:09
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Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
01:45:27
Christa, thank you for bringing up how IHEs partnering together create opportunities for candidates across IHEs to connect and support one another
Terry Grimm
01:47:13
You can hover your cursor arrow over the videos to call up the names of the panelists.
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
01:48:26
Yes, Intersection! A common thread across the conference. Both Wilson's keynote and Peggy's discussion of JC's affinity group yesterday still resonate with me.
Amy Anyanwu (she/her)
01:52:25
https://sites.google.com/view/i-educate-montgomery-county/home?authuser=0
White, Rae
01:52:47
The collaborative work of U of Dayton, Miami U, Wright State and Central State to identify strategies, recruit and support potential educators is to be commended.
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
01:53:09
@Rae - Agreed!
David Brobeck-UC SDI
01:54:10
Collaboration between and among IHE’s makes sense in nearly all areas. When we collaborate, everyone benefits, especially the children we seek to serve.
White, Rae
01:55:01
👏
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
01:55:32
🙌🏽
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
01:58:22
Reading, Writing, and Racism; Millennial Teachers of Color
Terry Grimm
01:59:27
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Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
02:00:11
@Tachelle - the relationships across IHEs are indeed genuine. In the midst of the busy conference, the Compact's Community of Practice Informal Lunch & Chat session yesterday had over 30 members attend and engage! It was so rewarding to be a part!
White, Rae
02:03:35
I found Millennial Teachers of Color (Race and Education)by Mary E. Dilworth (Editor), H. Richard Milner IV (Editor), Lisa Delpit (Foreword) but could not find Reading, Writing and Racism ?
Susan Gregson UC (she/her)
02:03:55
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=reading+writing+and+racism&i=stripbooks&crid=1KY07LRUYN8FL&sprefix=reading+writing+and+rac%2Cstripbooks%2C93&ref=nb_sb_ss_c_2_23_ts-doa-p
Jim Chapple Notre Dame College
02:03:56
I found it on Amazon Prime
White, Rae
02:05:00
Thank you
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
02:06:21
Over 60 this morning.
suecorbin
02:07:47
I agree. Especially with the constructed responses!
Susan Gregson UC (she/her)
02:07:49
UC has one student who needs to pass the math OAE, can she join the cohort?
Wendy Adams
02:10:19
There has been much talk in the state among IHE's about the OAE tests and obtaining data on gender and race in regard to pass rates. There is a concern that the language used and way in which the questions are phrased leads to a lower pass rate in specific populations. This needs to be explored.
Daria DeNoia, OEA
02:12:06
Yes! Pay people for the work they do. We need to normalize this.
Diana Garlough
02:12:32
I was provided the opportunity to talk with Pearson about their anti-bias process. They’re following AERA and APA guidelines and focus groups with as much diversity as they can find in Ohio - PK-12 partners. I asked if they’ve done a focus group with students of color who haven’t passed the tests to find out what they find to be barriers. They didn’t think they could do that.
Hollie Johnson
02:12:37
We see this with the OAE’s. The integrated social studies is a didactic test that does not line up with how the university teaches history. And it’s especially affecting our students of color.
Tom Lasley
02:13:12
Part of the problem is that the way the questions are asked on the test confuses some students BUT when the students have practice in how to look at how the querstions will be presented to them, they can be successful...we need to give students that practice
Susan Gregson UC (she/her)
02:13:47
Some of the tests are way too long for one session.
Jim Chapple Notre Dame College
02:14:28
And the pressure of it being timed!
Hollie Johnson
02:14:35
If we are spending time teaching them to answer questions on the test, then we don’t focus on teaching real content.It’s wrong.
David Brobeck-UC SDI
02:15:36
Why can a “portfolio-type” review be developed as an alternative to the traditional test?
Jon Breiner (he, him)
02:15:49
Pearson is the barrier. They are for profit, not for students.
Tom Lasley
02:16:45
Pearson also does not give sufficient feedback...if you are going to test then GIVE good feedback on those tests!!!
Eric Duncan
02:19:34
Christa brought up the CU grow your own program - to add to Amy's points, one of the best parts of that is introducing students of color into teaching and it improves their own academic achievement while putting future educators of color into the pipeline
suecorbin
02:22:38
Thus, the need for strong conversations in CRT as it relates to us in education.
Mary Heather Munger
02:24:22
AMEN
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
02:24:34
Literacy IS an equity issue.
suecorbin
02:24:35
When teaching reading, please provide culturally responsive literacy instruction. This must be a holistic perspective that uses multiple models to meet all children’s needs.
Shawna Benson
02:24:54
Amen! Tom!
White, Rae
02:25:19
Christa can you share the author of the book you mentioned Spirit Murdering?
suecorbin
02:25:44
Make sure that you are following Standards for Literacy Professionals from International Literacy Association.
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
02:25:46
Bettina Love’s “We Want to do More than Survive”
White, Rae
02:26:28
Thank you.
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
02:26:48
It’s a great book for a group study.
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
02:27:17
I loved hearing Claude speak about literacy on Wednesday (and am looking forward to him again today). He shared "If all you have is a foundation, you haven't got much. But the foundation is still essential."
Jon Breiner (he, him)
02:29:04
Dr. Margarita Bianco (CU-Denver) should be a future speaker
Mary Heather Munger
02:33:59
That was a great great analogy that Claude made, Jennifer. No one is saying that the teaching of reading shouldn’t be culturally responsive. The point is that if ALL kids do not have a strong foundation, we will never achieve equity. ALL kids deserve teachers who have the skills to help them learn to read. That can be done in a culturally responsive manner. Ignoring the foundational skills of reading in the name of cultural responsiveness is counterproductive.
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
02:34:07
Re-defining BIPOC: Racially and ethnically minoritized individuals are those who have been historically marginalized and are continually minoritized due to institutional practices, policies, programs, as well as individual cultural attitudes, biases, and discrimination. Racially and ethnically minoritized groups may include but are not limited to Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC); first (or second) generation immigrants from minoritized nations; individuals with linguistic diversity; people who are Middle-Eastern or Arab; members of the Latin-American diaspora. Racially and ethnically minoritized individuals and groups are people who have experienced discrimination based on race, ethnicity, country or culture of origin.
suecorbin
02:34:20
When I was at another institution, a Caucasian faculty member was reported as a diverse person because she was married to a man from Mexico!
suecorbin
02:35:07
Does anyone have any intel on why race and ethnicity was part of a survey concerning public comments on the new Ohio Dyslexia Guidebook? Suspicious?
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
02:35:26
Christa, thank you for sharing this. We had a discussion around the BIPOC label with our stakeholders, too.
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
02:36:42
@MH - Thank you for elaborating on my comment! It really unpacked what I heard Claude saying Wednesday
suecorbin
02:39:06
Foundations in reading go beyond focusing on letters and sounds. Comprehension and meaning must be embedded using materials that are relatable and motivating, books in which children can see themselves.
Susan Gregson UC (she/her)
02:42:03
Yes!!!! Eric.
Christa Agiro, WSU (she, her)
02:42:14
Thanks for that, Eric.
Aimee Howley
02:42:18
Thanks, Eric.
Jim Chapple Notre Dame College
02:42:42
Thanks Eric. Great points
suecorbin
02:43:04
Great summary!
White, Rae
02:43:16
👏🏽
Tom Lasley
02:43:46
Thanks for joining our panel, Eric!!
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
02:43:49
Thank you for sharing your experience, insights, tips and expertise! Very much appreciated!!!
Amy Anyanwu (she/her)
02:43:58
Thank you for having us!
Tom Lasley
02:44:09
My thanks, also...
Jim Chapple Notre Dame College
02:44:11
Great panel! And a powerful presentation!
David Brobeck-UC SDI
02:44:25
Well done all!
Eric Duncan
02:44:27
Thank you, Tom, for having me and for the amazing work you and all of you are leading
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
02:44:29
Thank you Tom, Christa, Amy, Eric, and Tachelle!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
02:44:32
Amy, Krista, Tom, Eric, Tachelle - thank you so very much for this session!
suecorbin
02:44:45
Yes, love is the real foundation in education.
James McLeskey
02:45:19
Thanks for the informative session.
Diana Garlough
02:45:37
Thank you to the panel and to Tachelle for coordinating the panel! I appreciate your knowledge, wisdom, passion, and good work.
Julie Kugler-Ackley, Xavier University
02:46:00
thank you everyone-such enriched conversaiont
Terry Grimm
03:09:53
Claude's presentation slides are available for download in the Chat above.
Terry Grimm
03:10:12
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Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
03:10:46
@Claude - we're with you!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
03:10:56
#Here2Stay
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
03:11:20
Yes Jennifer!
Jennifer Bambrick
03:11:24
Yes 🙂. I have been looking forward to this presentation!
Terry Grimm
03:15:43
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Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
03:15:51
Thanks for sharing the PPT with the notes, too! That is very generous.
Kathy Shafer Case Western Reserve
03:27:32
Could the slides be put in chat again as my chat isn't going up as far as they were put before
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
03:30:59
Thanks Terry!
Terry Grimm
03:34:01
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Terry Grimm
03:34:19
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Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
04:03:07
🤣
Julie Kugler-Ackley, Xavier University
04:08:43
Thanks as always Dean's Compact-great, thoughtful information I have a a student teacher session this afternoon
David Brobeck-UC SDI
04:09:05
A “data talk” lunch group, perhaps one day per week, can be very attractive to performance minded educators. The table rules would include no complaining about “stuff” just good talk about what is working and what isn’t.
David Brobeck-UC SDI
04:09:32
Based on the data
Mark A Seals
04:11:54
Great idea David!
Jennifer Bambrick
04:14:13
@David, NC teachers have to monitor the kids during lunch :) but we did weekly data meetings and it was very successful and fun for me!
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:15:10
@David @ Jennifer, Yes, in NC I had to stay with my kids for lunch, but looked at data in our PLCs.
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:17:26
Collect and record the data.
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:17:33
And talk about it
Brian Yusko, Cleveland State/OACTE
04:17:50
Clear idea of a goal. Simple representation of data, not too dense.
Wendy Strickler (she/her), Mount Saint Joseph U.
04:17:57
actually using the data, not just collecting it and putting it away in a binder...
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:18:12
Claude -the majority of districts in Ohio use the Ohio Improvement Process in concert with aligned collaborative leadership teams at the district, school, and teacher-team level.
Tom Lasley
04:18:26
Love the focus on data....UVA used to work with schools to do this type of analysis...
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
04:18:42
I like that she is asking the why. what are the reasons why the students need additional support? What are the skills areas where students need additional support?
Jennifer Kelly, Capital University
04:19:42
I would like to know what these numbers represent?
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:20:01
Maybe the tests scores?
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:20:19
Actually a writing rubric 1-4
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:20:52
https://ohioleadership.org/m/323
Diana Garlough
04:21:20
In data meetings it’s important to celebrate the successes.
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:21:41
Identifying the area of growth, next steps
Jennifer Kelly, Capital University
04:22:10
okay. Thanks.
Brian Yusko, Cleveland State/OACTE
04:22:17
Clearly an expectation to support statements with data, not just make broad generalizations.
Brian Yusko, Cleveland State/OACTE
04:23:54
This would be very good modeling for our candidates to see teachers doing work that mirrors the kind of tasks that are included in performance assessments like edTPA, which call for assessment and analysis of student learning.
Diana Garlough
04:25:31
I agree, Brian. I love the data discussions.
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:29:11
You’re absolutely right Claude!
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:31:42
When teachers are in charge, it makes a big difference
Brian Yusko, Cleveland State/OACTE
04:31:54
The teachers cited the importance of the AALT process for guiding and supporting the evolution of this setting.
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:35:34
Thank you!!
Jennifer Bambrick
04:35:59
Thank you very much!
David Brobeck-UC SDI
04:36:03
Bravo Claude!
Shawna Benson
04:36:05
Thank you! This was fabulous! So connected you our work.
Debra Janas
04:36:10
Thank you!
Mary Heather Munger
04:36:12
Thank you!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
04:36:13
Thank you so very much, Claude!!!
Brian Yusko, Cleveland State/OACTE
04:36:14
Thank you, this has been very interesting!
Kelly Mettler (she/her) Ohio University
04:36:14
Thank you.
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:36:17
THANK YOU CLAUDE!
Jon Breiner (he, him)
04:36:20
Thank you!!!
Alexandra Pavlik
04:36:24
Thank you so much!
Lap Nguyen Central State University :)
04:36:24
thanks you!
Tom Lasley
04:36:30
Thanks, Claude!!
Diana Garlough
04:36:30
Very informative. Thank you, Claude!
Harrison Collier, Mount St. Joseph University
04:36:34
Thanks!
Wendy Strickler (she/her), Mount Saint Joseph U.
04:36:56
Thank you!
Kelly Mettler (she/her) Ohio University
04:39:55
This conference was impressive and very well done!
Karel Oxley
04:40:00
Thank you, Jim, for sharing the work that is being done on teams that we have been able to hear about…encouraging!! Plus, some of our BLT’s are certainly pulling in data and the academic pieces which I know that Claude will delight in hearing. Thank you, All!
Mark A Seals
04:41:09
Jim, Deb and Tachelle…wonderful job!
Mark A Seals
04:41:11
M
Claude Goldenberg
04:41:21
Thanks to all; truly an honor and pleasure being (or “being”) with you.
Diana Garlough
04:42:02
What a great Dean’s Compact. Thank you to all who worked in the planning and presentation of the Compact!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
04:42:14
Thanks, Tachelle!
Lap Nguyen Central State University :)
04:42:17
😀
Elena Andrei, Cleveland State
04:42:19
Thank you!!!
Jennifer Ottley, UC SDI Center, she/her
04:42:21
🖐🏽
Deb Telfer, UC SDI Center
04:42:22
Thanks everyone, thanks Tachelle, Mark, Jim!
Jennifer Bambrick
04:42:25
Have a great weekend everyone :)
Mary Heather Munger
04:42:26
Thank you, Tachelle!