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Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Social-Emotional and Behavioral Instruction - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
Amalia Gonzalez
55:25
Good morning
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
55:28
Good morning everyone!
Angela Salazar
55:30
Good morning!
mel
55:38
Good Morning
Alexis Arciga
55:47
Good morning
Angelica Marquez
55:56
good morning!
Christina Lee
55:57
Good morning! Buenos días!
Sesse'
55:59
Good Morning all
mchang@fcoe.org
56:00
good morning
Angie Cuellar
56:07
good morning
Janette Trejo
56:15
good morning
Audri Gomez
56:24
Thank you for joining us. Here is the padlet link with today’s presentation and other resources.https://tpi.padlet.org/agomez270/3wxifjdbxu3i8t8b
Rekha Chhabra
56:28
Good morning!
Dr. Princess Solomon
58:39
Wondering if you could drop the padlet link in the chat?
Jill Perez
58:59
https://tpi.padlet.org/agomez270/3wxifjdbxu3i8t8b
Dr. Princess Solomon
59:09
Thank you!
Kiah Sanders
59:29
Good morning name is Kiah sanders registery number 100060324
Jill Perez
59:54
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patricia brock
01:00:16
Hello from NYC! Glad to join my West Coast colleagues!
Jill Perez
01:00:41
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Jill Perez
01:01:56
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Jill Perez
01:03:12
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Jill Perez
01:03:56
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Jill Perez
01:04:34
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Audri Gomez
01:05:48
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Jill Perez
01:05:55
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Jill Perez
01:06:29
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Cathy Cranson
01:06:54
respect they receive from the people around them is so powerful
Rebecca Marsolais
01:07:07
concentration, imagination, and willingness to continue
Eba Martinez
01:07:09
Trust
Karen Webster
01:07:14
How they feel about the setting…safe environments allow students to share their thinking and experiences.
Christina Lee
01:07:31
So often times these things listed are at a deficit in education.
Abby Corley
01:07:31
I really like how it states that their responses reflect their backgrounds. Their background(s) shape who they are and how they feel in different settings
Lily Chen-Hafteck
01:07:44
To feel a sense of belonging.
Erick Nabeshima
01:07:47
willingness to continue and persist in any situation
Debbie Olsen
01:07:51
They need to feel that we respect them.
Patrick McLaughlin, Walker Creek Ranch Outdoor School
01:07:58
basic needs must be meet first, before learning can begin
Brittany Montelongo
01:08:04
Students are more willing to give respect in a learning aspect if they are reciprocated respect in return
Abby Corley
01:08:20
@Patrick, yes! Maslow’s hierarchy of needs!
Christina Peck
01:08:22
A sense of belonging helps people be open to connect and take risks
Kiah Sanders
01:08:23
Agreed students sometimes response negatively or positive depending on how the teachesr presents a new lesson to them because if the lesson goes against their beliefs they will not take it in
Jill Perez
01:08:28
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Joel T
01:08:29
students have to feel like their ideas are validated or they wil refuse to share
Alexis Arciga
01:08:37
Students are being influenced by the setting and environment around them. Eventually, they will be shipped by how they perceive things around them.
Eva Rosa Zinzun
01:08:43
It is vital to form a relationship with child & family to be able to support their learning experience. The more you know about family & culture the better ability to serve the whole child. child will feel well regarded and willing to learn in this new way of learning.💙
Kiah Sanders
01:08:48
Disagreed
Kiah Sanders
01:08:54
students are not lazy
Amalia Gonzalez
01:09:18
We as teachers must embrace all our students backgrounds in order to make feel accepted because this influence their learning.
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
01:09:20
The students are not lazy... They simply have not had good teachers.
Kiah Sanders
01:09:22
teachers must learn how to teach in different ways to help fit the childs learning needs
Jill Perez
01:09:56
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Kiah Sanders
01:10:54
Its important to have a diverse teaching staff in order to have representation
Kiah Sanders
01:11:46
Kids learn better when they can teachers who look like them they get a sense of belonging
Jill Perez
01:12:41
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Kiah Sanders
01:12:46
culture is your family beliefs
Kiah Sanders
01:13:20
their are varies cultures within each race
Kiah Sanders
01:13:35
the same race can have different cultures
Olivia Moosakhanian Garabedian
01:13:40
yes agreed
Kiah Sanders
01:14:21
Do You think there is a white culture? ive never seen it that way? curious what u mean
Jill Perez
01:16:21
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Ryan Schiffman
01:17:15
Thank you, is there any way to get the recording or a hyperlink to view it again for this PD?
Jill Perez
01:17:40
The video recording will be uploaded into the Padlet soon!
Ryan Schiffman
01:17:51
Awesome thanks again@
Jill Perez
01:17:53
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Ryan Schiffman
01:17:53
!
Dr. Princess Solomon
01:18:35
Looks like they have a "saved space" for the recording to be added to the Padlet.
Kiah Sanders
01:18:39
Do You think there is a white culture? ive never seen it that way? curious what u meant Rebecca please share your thought
Jill Perez
01:19:10
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Joel T
01:20:13
I reference hip hop, skater, goth, queer...and other rings of culture that students can move in and out of throughout their education
Audri Gomez
01:20:49
@Kiah- Thank you for your question. I will share your question with Rebecca during the breakout groups session since she is not monitoring the chat while she presents.
Kiah Sanders
01:21:17
yes thank you
Jill Perez
01:21:32
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Audri Gomez
01:22:31
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shane reinhart
01:23:13
Thank you, Audri.
Jill Perez
01:23:36
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Anjelica
01:25:04
I identify as a African-American, straight, cisgender, millennial, spiritual, able-bodied, married, girl mom, woman.
Heather Sanchez
01:25:26
white, cis-gender, low income, religious, married, mother, able bodied
Sesse'
01:25:33
West African, Panamanian, strong, straight, single mother, and I identify as an Afro Latina.
Raylene Paris-Salazar
01:25:34
I identify as a queer, Latinx, middle class millennial, able-bodied, cisgender, woman.
Ashlyn Shoup
01:25:43
I identify as a white, straight, middle-age, spiritual, American, wife, mother, daughter, and sister
Eba Martinez
01:25:44
I Identify as a Mexican-American, straight, Catholic, middle-class, middle aged, American, married, mom
Abby Corley
01:25:47
White, heterosexual, between the millennial and Gen Z generations, Christian, able-bodied woman
Yvonne England
01:26:04
I identity as white, straight, cisgender, able-bodied, adult woman.
Christina Peck
01:26:13
I identify as white, Gen X, Christian, middle class, married, girl mom, able bodied
Debbie Olsen
01:26:18
Daughter of Scots-Irish pioneers, Teacher, Wife, Mom
Michele Williams-George
01:26:31
White, queer, older, middle class, woman without children.
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
01:26:37
Mexican American, straight, Christian, millennial, father, husband.
mchang@fcoe.org
01:26:41
i identify myself as Hmong, cis gender,
Alexis Arciga
01:26:51
I identify as Mexican American, Straight, Millennial, Able-bodied, Single Parent, Male
Eva Rosa Zinzun
01:26:55
I identify self as a Mexican American, single parent, religious/spiritual, conservative, old school values but open & willing to view the world and people as children of God.
Kiah Sanders
01:27:19
I am a Christian black American who is heterosexual
Janette Trejo
01:27:22
Mexican American, straight, teacher, daughter, sister, tia, athiest
Christina Lee
01:27:24
I identify as a Indo-Fijian, adopted by white and Indian parents (cultures), millennial, lower middle class, boy mom, woman.
Felecia Garner
01:27:57
white, straight, cisgender, middle-class, American, millennial, married, non-religious woman
Juliana Corr
01:28:20
I identify as white, cis-gender, able-bodied, millennial, married, aunt, Irish-American, agnostic
Angie Cuellar
01:28:35
latinx, daughter, sister, student,catholic, straight
Kiah Sanders
01:28:38
thank you Rebecca for explaining
Olivia Moosakhanian Garabedian
01:28:52
I am an Armenian-American, a Christian, and a conservative straight woman
Jill Perez
01:29:15
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josephleonard
01:29:15
Irish-American, Catholic by indoctrination, straight male teacher middle-class American
Theresa Amezcua
01:29:20
Mexican American ,straight, married, mother Christian
Kiah Sanders
01:29:23
is white culture different then Scottish culture for example
Jill Perez
01:29:26
Yes, I’ll add it to the Padlet!
Michele Williams-George
01:29:30
The article sound like a great resource. Thank you.
Debbie Olsen
01:29:32
Yes, please share the article to us all
Michelle Botros
01:29:40
I identify as Japanese- Californian- Hawaiian American, middle class, married (Egyptian, Coptic Orthodox), multi-ethnic, Lutheran, Old-school, straight, artist, Capricorn, mother, sister, teacher,
Angela Salazar
01:30:03
I identify as an American-Mexican, middle-class, young at heart but old in soul, Mom and teacher to anyone that wants to learn.
Ryan Schiffman
01:30:29
I would think white culture is different from Scottish culture. White culture would be what is typical of America.
Yvonne England
01:30:36
Historically white people have given up their ethnic identities to be a part of the dominate white culture
Lesly Monsalve
01:31:21
^^^
Kate
01:31:22
I liked how you used the term “lenses” on how we can see the world.
Kiah Sanders
01:31:28
agreed Yvonne
Debbie Olsen
01:31:38
There's also a distinction between culture and ethnicity.
alons
01:31:46
Is it wrong to equate white culture to American culture? or is American Culture just the melting pot of cultures?
Erick Nabeshima
01:31:58
I identify as a Mexican/Japanese American, heterosexual, Generation X, Catholic, Middle class, future P.E. Teacher, and able bodied male
Raylene Paris-Salazar
01:32:43
There are white people in other parts of the world, not just America
Kiah Sanders
01:33:39
Yes white people live everywhere just as people of color
alons
01:34:14
let me try to rephrase: is it wrong to equate white American culture to American culture?
EunMi Cho
01:35:05
White American culture is one of many cultures presented under American culture.
alons
01:35:24
So American culture is really the culture of a melting pot?
alons
01:36:04
if that is the case can we pin down exactly what is American Culture beyond words like individualism
EunMi Cho
01:36:08
Not a melting pot. We do not use the term anymore.
Abby Corley
01:36:33
There are so many aspects to the definition of culture, and I think it is hard to put limits on it since culture can be a very fluid and expansive concept
Angela Salazar
01:36:52
The idea of melting pot has now become more of a mosaic
Ryan Schiffman
01:37:00
American Culture is the American dream, working hard for your day's pay, etc
Debbie Olsen
01:37:01
We are more like a salad, right?
Yvonne England
01:37:14
Different parts! yes
Michelle Botros
01:37:38
Sometimes I feel that American culture is whatever the accepted and supported sources of information are used in the educational system and society in general.
Olivia Moosakhanian Garabedian
01:37:44
@ryan I agree!
EunMi Cho
01:37:55
Mosaic, inclusive,
Ashley Gallo
01:37:55
Being inclusive rather than exclusive..
Abby Corley
01:38:00
The melting pot idea had a positive beginning but now we know that it is much more than that :)
Kiah Sanders
01:38:15
Have you heard of the eve-gene its shows how people skin colors change based on the ozone therefor its belief all races come from one race human race and cultures develop from there
Ryan Schiffman
01:38:17
I think melting pot is better term to be honest. If we don't all melt together on some level, we are no longer Americans.
Kiah Sanders
01:38:52
that why you can and do see white people every where
Kiah Sanders
01:39:20
I like the melting pot idea too
EunMi Cho
01:39:21
Instead of melting it to be just one, respect different tastes of each vegetable or different flavor of ice cream.
Steve Shumaker
01:39:21
I agree....melting pot worked well....but a salad is a great description too now!
Yvonne England
01:39:32
Melting pot implies assimilation and the loss of a person’s background
Lesly Monsalve
01:39:41
^^^
Carol Johnston
01:39:44
How does keeping our own languages not conflict with the use of standard English as what everyone should learn to be successful
Abby Corley
01:39:49
Yvonne, well said!!!
EunMi Cho
01:39:55
Yes. Yvonne!
Kiah Sanders
01:40:07
i think by taking away the melting pot you are saying only American culture is the way
alons
01:40:09
As a Hispanic American if I were to visit family in Puerto Rico or Colombia my relatives would joke telling me I was gringo or "acted white"
Joel T
01:40:17
we expect assimilation. that's a melting pot. it renders people invisible. if they don't assimilate, Americans label them as wrong or refusing to blend in. we must learn as Americans to value the variety of
Debbie Olsen
01:40:29
White people doing white things. Explain?
Joel T
01:40:40
perspectives and stories
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
01:40:49
Great Tedtalk!
Abby Corley
01:40:59
Fear of the Single Story
Abby Corley
01:41:04
Something along those lines!
Abby Corley
01:41:10
Is the name of the ted talk
Mariah Eckland
01:41:15
what was the ted talk called? TIA :)
Nina
01:41:19
https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story?language=en
EunMi Cho
01:41:23
In assimilation, the minority culture is fully absorbed into the majority culture. ... Acculturation occurs when the minority culture changes but is still able to retain unique cultural markers of language, food and customs. Acculturation is also a two way process as both cultures are changed.
Nina
01:41:23
TedTalk
Mariah Eckland
01:41:25
Thank you
patricia brock
01:41:33
What do you think of current cancelling of funding for diversity training?
Kiah Sanders
01:41:34
Have you heard of the eve-gene its shows how people skin colors change based on the ozone therefor its belief all races come from one race human race and cultures develop from there
Jill Perez
01:41:42
I’ll find it and add it to the Padlet
Kristin Lomeli
01:41:47
https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare
Joel T
01:41:47
but the fact is, Black and other minorities have not been allowed to assimilate or to even become part of a melting pot
alons
01:42:11
In what way have they not been allowed to assimilate?
Ryan Schiffman
01:42:11
I don't think you have to lose yourself to assimilate. That's more of a choice of how much of your own culture you want to let go of.
Eva Rosa Zinzun
01:42:20
I was wondering about that too @Debbie Olsen
Eba Martinez
01:42:21
Danger of a single story - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichiehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9Ihs241zeg
alons
01:42:31
I would almost argue the opposite- they are forced to assimilate
Joel T
01:43:04
@EunMi Cho Exactly
Kiah Sanders
01:43:12
I agree @alons!!
Erick Nabeshima
01:43:23
There is no one culture of people, there are many cultures of language, race, people, backgrounds, etc. Everyone needs to respect each other and value everyone else. There is too much individualism and ignorance, discrimination to people. People who are racists really need to rethink there thinking?
Erick Nabeshima
01:43:55
The Danger of a single story is a great ted talk!
Joel T
01:44:58
this is the dilemma. POC are told to assimilate, then are punished when they are unable or unwilling to do so.
Kiah Sanders
01:45:45
exactly rebecca
alons
01:47:02
Is racism always systemic?
Debbie Olsen
01:47:26
racism - and sexism, ageism
Joel T
01:47:32
when we look to the tier of -isms, we see ageism, sexism, ableism, and so on.
Lesly Monsalve
01:47:48
There is internal racism, interpersonal racism, institutional racism, and systemic racism.
Abby Corley
01:47:51
I took a screenshot of the definitions because I want to have them accessible, thank you Rebecca!
Jill Perez
01:48:06
They are in the Padlet too!
Ryan Schiffman
01:48:38
What is everyones thoughts on unconscious bias? I personally feel it is a shame.
Ryan Schiffman
01:48:46
*sham
Olivia Moosakhanian Garabedian
01:48:47
there is also stereotypes and racism WITHIN each race/culture!
Joel T
01:48:51
when I have discussed those tiers, I added oppression and persecution
Angela Salazar
01:49:10
cultural internal racism
Abby Corley
01:49:14
I have a Google document of a compilation of different resources about racism in the educational system that I would love to share. Is it appropriate for me to share the link in the chat?
EunMi Cho
01:49:59
Yes. Abby, please
Coach's iPhone
01:50:06
is there a way not to always think we are walking on eggshells for not recognizing identities?
Mariah Eckland
01:50:07
I have to leave early. I will watch the recording when posted. Thank you
Jill Perez
01:50:12
Yes, please share it!
Abby Corley
01:51:00
https://docs.google.com/document/d/10mIv-QwAkgM0LyMaqO85IfBZMonVjMemSoKKrOmpjew/edit?usp=sharing
Abby Corley
01:52:02
https://docs.google.com/document/d/10mIv-QwAkgM0LyMaqO85IfBZMonVjMemSoKKrOmpjew/edit?usp=sharing
Sandy Frey
01:52:24
Don't have access to the docs
Leanna Rodriguez
01:52:28
The link says I don't have access
Angela Salazar
01:52:35
We need access for the doc
Abby Corley
01:52:37
Okay, working on it
Dr. Princess Solomon
01:52:38
Wondering if we could discuss how this is applied in a distance learning environment?
Angela Salazar
01:52:40
thank you
Juliana Corr
01:54:58
I was all alone in my room
Kiah Sanders
01:55:13
im alone
Kiah Sanders
01:55:21
im not in group
Kathryn Hernandez
01:55:50
I was the only one in my breakout room :(
Michelle Botros
01:56:01
Me too!
Viviana Gonzalez
01:56:06
Me too!
S Kies
01:56:06
yeah, me too.
Amalia Gonzalez
01:56:13
zoom is been acting odd since yesterday
Abby Corley
01:56:32
I went into a room but I was the only one
josephleonard
01:56:34
I was assigned to room 23 and nobody was there
Abby Corley
01:56:42
Me too Joseph
STEPHANIE NG
01:57:06
Same here group 6
Michelle Botros
01:57:28
I was in Room 1 alone
S Kies
01:57:47
Hi, can you remind me what room I am in? I picked a link and went into my own room by myself.
Viviana Gonzalez
01:57:49
I was in group 21
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
01:57:51
I’m having internet issues. I think I will reflect on the scenarios on my own if that is alright.
Juliana Corr
01:57:55
I was group 3
Kristin Lomeli
01:58:14
I am waiting to be assigned. :) I was in room 21
Tina Le
01:59:06
My buddy left the room
josephleonard
01:59:12
I am assigned to Group 23 but nobody was there
S Kies
01:59:24
I don’t know what room I should be in. I’m here.
Juliana Corr
01:59:38
There is the join breakout room button at the bottom that you might need to click
Tina Le
01:59:39
I was in 8, but everyone left the room or got disconnected
Lily Vang
01:59:58
I got disconnected from my room, I believe it may be my part.
S Kies
02:00:16
I’m waiting
Eba Martinez
02:01:22
I had no one in my room either
Janette Trejo
02:01:42
I was in 7 I got logged off
STEPHANIE NG
02:01:48
I had no one in my room 6
Amalia Gonzalez
02:02:18
I'm still waiting for a room
Eba Martinez
02:02:20
Ok
josephleonard
02:03:23
I was supposed to be in 23
Lily Vang
02:03:25
I'm waiting for a room as well.
Rebecca Harrison (She/Her/Hers)
02:05:12
Discovering the Water (Maxwell) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ib4YLbtl1n7BGeX5pdV0Y5twXhVqv20p/view?usp=sharing
Rebecca Harrison (She/Her/Hers)
02:06:12
Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack (McIntosh) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1231JDVZMZ6gdjcIfDVIlTaUkf2bTJdao/view?usp=sharing
Abby Corley
02:07:01
Here’s an updated link to the Google Doc!
Abby Corley
02:07:02
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pGoOwTw-wMwZwFgeZirjR0a7YcYNjYf942jWWqIrJRU/edit?usp=sharing
Lesly Monsalve
02:07:27
Thank you Abby
Michelle Botros
02:07:43
Thank you!
Janette Trejo
02:07:54
thank you abby!
Kiah Sanders
02:07:55
thank you
Sesse'
02:08:07
Thank you Abby
Abby Corley
02:08:10
It is from my personal gmail account and should work, please use that link, thank you! :) happy to share the wealth of knowledge
Stephan Pellissier
02:08:38
Thank you Abby!
Angela Salazar
02:09:10
Thank you Abby
Tina Le
02:09:17
Thank you Abby!
Angela Salazar
02:09:30
Thank you Rebecca
Kathryn Hernandez
02:10:40
Yes, thank you Kiah.
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
02:10:49
Students need to see themselves as equals
Ryan Schiffman
02:12:09
Yea I'm sorry, but implicit bias is a myth and a sham.
Lucas Alonso
02:12:22
how so?
Heather Sanchez
02:12:44
can you explain how?
Michele Williams-George
02:12:53
Which link takes us to the Discover the Water article?
Ryan Schiffman
02:12:54
Because it is down to the research people claim proves it is a real thing.
Lucas Alonso
02:13:11
have you ever noticed any implicit bias in yourself?
Eba Martinez
02:13:37
I always tell teachers to sit on the floor with criss cross apple cross form and see how long they can sit and be engaged.
Yvonne England
02:13:45
Autism or ADHD would make this very difficult
Christina Peck
02:13:51
The rules poster encourages the child to be passive and still, doesn't take in account sensory preferences
Anjelica
02:13:58
That is a good point Eba
Lucas Alonso
02:14:13
I think criss cross apple sauce would promote better posture and hip mobility....
Ryan Schiffman
02:14:36
I'm sorry, but the claim that someone is innately racist prejudiced or bias without knowing is nonsense.
Yvonne England
02:14:46
We get it Ryan.
Anjelica
02:14:59
Lucas it can but there are also other postures for sitting that can be beneficial for hip mobility and posture
Ashley Gallo
02:15:00
thank you @yvonne
Kiah Sanders
02:15:04
ryan r u a teacher
Christina Peck
02:15:43
Use actual photos of the children in their states of learning and listening
Lucas Alonso
02:15:47
Anjelica I agree! but what are they?
Jill Perez
02:15:48
I’ve updated the Padlet with all of the materials that Rebecca has shared! Check it out! https://tpi.padlet.org/agomez270/3wxifjdbxu3i8t8b
Kiah Sanders
02:15:55
Implicit Bias: Thoughts and feelings are implicit if we are unaware of them or mistaken about their nature
Kiah Sanders
02:16:05
Ryan research it
Nina
02:16:34
Great Idea
mel
02:16:39
agree
Arlene Valencia
02:16:42
agreed
Kate
02:16:49
Very good idea.
Eva Rosa Zinzun
02:17:02
I like that suggestion
Nina
02:17:02
Can you please post the posters for context?
Ryan Schiffman
02:17:09
Google the myth of implicit bias. The statistical significance of the research used is little to none.
Michelle Botros
02:17:12
Great idea Coach
Lucas Alonso
02:17:38
Ryan I don't think you need to look at statistical research you just need to pay attention to your own thoughts and feelings
Karen Webster
02:17:40
A suggestion would be to use the kiddos’ pictures as part of the class dynamic. In this way, not only would we be responsive to different cultures, but all of our students would feel a part of the learning community. Safe, inclusive environments are essential to fostering connection (in my opinion).
Yvonne England
02:18:03
Rising your hand before speaking promote a more individual culture verses a communal conversation
Kiah Sanders
02:18:50
agreed Lucas Alonso that's a scary thought for an educator to have
Lucas Alonso
02:19:09
Agreed.
Michelle Botros
02:19:13
I like the idea of including the students. Maybe ask the students to draw themselves listening, then make a collage of all the pictures with the agreed upon norms.
Yvonne England
02:19:34
^^
Anjelica
02:19:41
At Lucas, that is something I am researching in my off time. I have come across ways not to sit such as the W- sit which I have viewed in littles and struggle sitting that way myself, but talking with PT therapist could be a great start to get some options for your classroom.
Lucas Alonso
02:20:16
Is W sit a seated legs wide?
Ryan Schiffman
02:20:47
Well you do need to pay attention to the research and what it actually says when people use that research to come up with something that isn't real like implicit bias. People are having to mandatorily go through training now to be taught they are racist prejudiced or bias. I am none of those things, subconsciously or not.
Coach's iPhone
02:20:55
children don’t recognize these differences until they are taught so by giving them the ability to create a positive identity for themselves is a great start
Yvonne England
02:21:04
YES! Need to explain the rules for students
Yvonne England
02:21:12
Need to have that conversation
Juliana Corr
02:21:17
Everyone has bias whether they know it or not
Ryan Schiffman
02:21:41
https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-false-science-of-implicit-bias-1507590908
Olivia Moosakhanian Garabedian
02:21:42
maybe I am hearing this incorrectly, but how does being late or on time for class have anything to do with culture?
Kiah Sanders
02:21:44
children should have a say in their rules and culture built within the classroom
Abby Corley
02:21:47
There are implicit bias tests that are done by trained psychologists, it is very intersting
Anjelica
02:21:54
No its is when the student is sitting on their bottom with their knees bent forward https://www.cdchk.org/parent-tips/truth-about-w-sitting/
Yvonne England
02:22:06
@Olivia People have different concepts of time
Yvonne England
02:22:24
“On time” could be walking in when the bell rings
Olivia Moosakhanian Garabedian
02:23:03
thanks for clarifying! so that should be on the teacher to establish exactly what they mean by "on time"
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
02:23:08
Great thoughts!
Ryan Schiffman
02:23:20
Yea, tbh how does culture factor into following the rules? Why should I teach to someone's culture when following the rules is pretty standard world wide in the real world with jobs and what not?
Yvonne England
02:23:33
Sometimes teachers assume that students understand the reasons for rules without explain them
Michelle Botros
02:23:50
Maybe the rule making should be prefaced with skits that explain why rules are needed for students to understand, like Debbie suggested.
Nina
02:23:55
Can we see the last poster
Kathryn Hernandez
02:24:45
It seems ironic to me that Mr. Schiffman's inability to acknowledge implicit bias and down right denial of the idea is a perfect example of implicit bias.
Yvonne England
02:25:01
I like the idea of cocreating rules. It touches on the needs of students as welll
Anjelica
02:25:14
Kathryn I would say you hit the nail on the head
Heather Sanchez
02:25:34
100% agree kathryn
Yvonne England
02:26:05
This is so important!
Ryan Schiffman
02:26:28
Kathryn, sorry but not accepting implicit bias is real has nothing to do with having implicit bias. My stance is based on the fact that the research does not support the idea of IB being real.
Ryan Schiffman
02:26:40
Oh cool! I went to UC Davis.
Kiah Sanders
02:28:48
The reason you shall teach to people cultures is because they learn best when learning in a environment that represents them. helping them learn how to follow based world wide rules if not the same thing as what this topic is stating
Yvonne England
02:29:23
Teachers often see things like defiance from students when it’s often a miscommunication or lack of cultural awareness
Anjelica
02:29:30
You may respond like Mr. Schiffman and not acknpwledge that they may have their own bias thoughts and practices that may not be to the benefit of all othe students in their classroom
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
02:29:35
They won’t be able to relate to the students.
Anjelica
02:29:39
acknowledge*
Abby Corley
02:30:03
As an individual and a teacher, it unfortunately is impossible to represent and show every single culture. (It would be awesome if we could!!) but I think actively showing open-mindedness to differences sets an example of modeling to students what awareness of cultural differences looks like
STEPHANIE NG
02:30:13
No understanding
Yvonne England
02:30:14
A lack of cultural awareness may also lead to deficit thinking about your students
patricia brock
02:30:27
impacts expectations or outcomes of/for students
Debbie Olsen
02:30:28
A teacher can preface a comment by "I understand you believe you shouldn't tell us what you think, but in our class everyone's opinions are important.
Sesse'
02:30:41
They won't understand culturally what an individual student is going through socially or emotionally
Brittany Montelongo
02:30:52
Sometimes we carry into our work our cultural biases, but once we are accepting and aware of our biases we are easily more capable to leave those biases at the door.
Carol Johnston
02:30:58
Yes, Yvonne.
Opoku Adusei (Mampong Technical College), Ghana
02:30:59
Lack of cultural awareness can make an educator impose his or her culture on students
Christina Peck
02:31:01
I think teachers with cultural awareness may have a greater sense of curiosity and openness on which to build relationships with students
Angela Salazar
02:31:03
being culturally aware allows you to relate to your students and have them relate to one another, as well as allows your students to feel that they are a part of the classroom
Yvonne England
02:31:16
Having cultural awareness can lead to the development of respect and repport with them
EunMi Cho
02:31:25
We use strength based approach than the deficit model in our teaching.
EunMi Cho
02:31:47
Yes. Yvonne!
Michelle Botros
02:31:49
If teachers have cultural awareness, they will be able to connect with their students on multiple levels- socially, emotionally, culturally and individually. This could be reflected in the types of religious holidays identified, stories used in class, bringing in the different cultures when teaching gen ed subjects, etc.
Abby Corley
02:31:54
Look at what students bring to the classroom rather than what they lack
josephleonard
02:32:01
I would argue that the more you have an understanding of students (outside of class) the interaction is going to be meaningful. This takes time to develop as well.
Amalia Gonzalez
02:32:14
teachers with cultural awareness will view cultures as an strength and will build the instruction upon those strengthens.
EunMi Cho
02:32:41
Students are our assets that bring multiple ways of us teaching better.
Abby Corley
02:32:55
Love that, EunMi!
Ashley Gallo
02:33:08
Harder, but not impossible..
EunMi Cho
02:33:37
Acknowledging our own implicit bias is the first step as a teacher to embrace students’ diversity.
Kiah Sanders
02:33:41
thank u Rebecca!!!
Anjelica
02:33:47
I really like that EunMi!
patricia brock
02:34:05
Absolutely, EunM : )i!
Joel T
02:34:09
every time a teacher says "thank god" or "I pray that..." they show implicit bias. saying "boys and girls..." shows implicit bias. discussing mom and dad shows implicit bias.
EunMi Cho
02:34:47
Without building the safe, healthy, true and strong relationship with our students, we will not be able to be good teachers.
Ryan Schiffman
02:34:49
If it is considered IB because a teacher is not aware someone from another culture doesn't look at them in the eye....how is this bias? Sounds more like not knowing about the culture rather than innate bias, racism, or prejudice.
Yvonne England
02:35:18
That stuff happens all the time!
Yvonne England
02:35:23
It’s very frustrating
Kiah Sanders
02:35:36
that's the point ryan
Kiah Sanders
02:36:11
u must be aware and if you are not u must do research on other cultures to find out
Kiah Sanders
02:36:20
as a teach that's ur job ryan
Anjelica
02:37:12
Is that where code-switching enters?
Ashley Gallo
02:37:13
It is important that we constantly learn as teachers. If you are unsure about a students culture.... do your research...
Alex
02:37:16
Your unwillingness to learn about another culture is active bias
Ryan Schiffman
02:37:21
Yes, but that is not implicit bias as the definition goes. That is simply not knowing something. It doesn't have to do with an innate bias against someone.
Kiah Sanders
02:37:34
exactly @alex
Kiah Sanders
02:37:50
Teachers who are not willing to learn should not be teachers!
Sandy Frey
02:38:10
^^^
Yvonne England
02:38:10
^^
Ryan Schiffman
02:38:11
Nice, my best friend works in junior high doing their music program.
EunMi Cho
02:38:21
Teachers constantly learn while teaching.
Kiah Sanders
02:38:30
Teachers never can stop learning
Coach's iPhone
02:38:37
This awareness should be taught and a required class unit for all students, so that there is open dialogue and better understanding for all students, preferably in high schools
Kiah Sanders
02:38:59
yes!!!!
Debbie Olsen
02:39:08
Don't you think the best way to learn about a student is to ask the student, not just "research" the culture?
Kiah Sanders
02:39:08
all teachers need more training on this
Coach's iPhone
02:39:21
adults as well as parents
Kiah Sanders
02:39:23
thank you for speaking the truth Rebecca@!
Matthew Falgares
02:39:37
this was addressed frequently in many of the classes at my masters program at Concordia university irvine
Abby Corley
02:39:54
People go into teaching because we were the students who love(d) to learn and want to help the next generations :) our job inherently gives us opportunities to continuously learn!
Kiah Sanders
02:39:54
you should ask parents and research of course
Yvonne England
02:39:54
Push them out of school
Juliana Corr
02:39:58
@Matthew - I am doing my masters at CUI now!
Dr. Princess Solomon
02:40:07
Hello, not seeing this slide in the padlet slide deck. Wondering if the presentation has been updated and whether the updated version replace what's currently in the padlet?
Matthew Falgares
02:40:44
lack of cultural awareness could result in applying personal values/awareness towards others
EunMi Cho
02:40:48
I usually model an identity sharing for my teacher candidates during the first semester and have them do their own identity sharing. These kinds of discussion take place very actively. ^_^
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
02:40:51
If you are aware, you will know the best way to approach the individual/students.
Jill Perez
02:41:09
It is in slide29
EunMi Cho
02:41:12
Yes, Daniel!
Kiah Sanders
02:41:30
asking parents kids grandparents are all important to understand a childs culture
Debbie Olsen
02:42:12
In secondary age - students are often separating from their families and forming their own identity
Kiah Sanders
02:42:35
very true @Debbie Olsen
Debbie Olsen
02:42:38
Peer are sometimes more important to students than parents
Anjelica
02:42:41
Yes, Kiah I love having students speak and work with their grandparents to learn about culture. I have observed classrooms where they have a project that includes them it is great!
Lucas Alonso
02:42:51
When/how might this communication with family take place?
Coach's iPhone
02:43:01
children/teens are only asking to be recognized from us adults to “see them”
Anjelica
02:43:12
I agree Coach!
EunMi Cho
02:43:12
Class project to interview their own grandparents
Kate
02:44:16
EunMi, I like that class project.
Kiah Sanders
02:44:23
You can ask the families about their culture beliefs in the beginning of year our program meets with parents and gets the culture background preferences straight from their mouth
Kiah Sanders
02:44:32
You can create a survery
Yvonne England
02:44:34
Often for things that white people do too!
Joel T
02:44:39
it is great to get cultural info from families, but should I only read books about Black people if I have Black students? we need to choose materials in our classes that represent a wide spectrum of people. don't wait to read a story about a kid with two mommies until you have such a student.
Daniel Rudy Enriquez
02:44:45
We as educators must break this cycle!
Kiah Sanders
02:44:55
there soo many ways to get culture info from families and parents directly,
Lucas Alonso
02:45:38
Thanks for the response Kiah/EunMi!!
Kiah Sanders
02:46:09
If us as teachers can not break this cycle we cant expect our future society to break it later, if start now with us
Janette Trejo
02:48:13
sorry I got kicked out I was in 4 I believe
Ryan Schiffman
02:51:02
No problem
Ryan Schiffman
02:51:16
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02:52:39
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02:53:44
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02:54:40
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02:55:00
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Ryan Schiffman
02:55:44
Thanks for the cultural teaching materials, already saved some stuff.
Coach's iPhone
02:56:09
As educators and future educators we must also include staff and administrators to help combat injustice, they hold on to a lot of norms when it comes to identities, rules, policy. Expecting respect rather than show it and sticking to the narrative
Audri Gomez
02:56:43
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Ryan Schiffman
02:56:49
There are a lot of cultures who expect their children to give teachers respect automatically.
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02:56:50
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02:56:55
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Eva Rosa Zinzun
02:56:56
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Karen Webster
02:56:57
I learned lots today; thank you for the amazing resources as well!
Yvonne England
02:57:02
Thank YOU!
Patrick McLaughlin, Walker Creek Ranch Outdoor School
02:57:07
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Angela Salazar
02:57:10
Thank you so much for all of the information today.
Abby Corley
02:57:11
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EunMi Cho
02:57:12
Excellent presentation, Rebecca!
patricia brock
02:57:23
Thanks much --once again. Well-organized and rich content presentation
STEPHANIE NG
02:57:24
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Steve Shumaker
02:57:29
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Brittany Montelongo
02:57:32
thank you so much!
STEPHANIE NG
02:57:34
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Matthew Falgares
02:57:36
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02:57:38
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02:57:49
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Kiah Sanders
02:57:51
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02:57:56
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02:57:57
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02:57:58
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02:58:02
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02:58:04
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