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Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Academic Instruction - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:00:36
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:01:22
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:01:28
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Dual - Eva Rosa Zinzun
01:02:00
Good morning :)
Mai Chang
01:02:24
Good morning-Mai Chang
Theresa Amezcua
01:02:25
Good morning
jiperez@chapman.edu
01:03:26
Thank you Audra for joining us!
Audra Mesa, OCDE
01:04:00
I am so excited to be here today and participate in this work.
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:04:37
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:05:29
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:06:11
Chat Guidelines: Discourse is important and we appreciate your participation. Please keep your comments constructive and please keep it professional.
Carol Johnston
01:07:03
Bud: Our grant to work on a program transformation toward more equitable practices
iPhone
01:07:19
rose: support I am receiving from my team
Debbie Olsen
01:07:35
Rose - I just became a grandmother!!
diana.turner SBCSS
01:07:35
a thorn would be the healthcare system for my family and I.
Debbie Olsen
01:08:06
Thorn: I can't find full-time work.
Matthew Falgares
01:08:09
thorn- the challenges that COVID has presented to education. hope- the way people have supported each other during this will be remembered and bring people together. I have to step away for 15 minutes to deal with a school site issue. I will return shortly. thank you
patricia brock
01:08:15
rose: my NYC students going through this tough covid period!
Joel Tebbs
01:08:24
Bud: The great constructive conversations I am having with Clear credential candidates around bias and white supremacy in school institutions
Heather Sanchez
01:08:26
thorn: distance learning is challenging
Debbie Olsen
01:08:26
Bud: I'm making progress toward my CA teaching credential
Erick Nabeshima
01:08:30
Rose: I am completing a single subject credential program to become a future PE teacher
Brittany Montelongo
01:08:39
A thorn would be trying to balance my hats in life during this time, being a mom, wife, teacher, and daughter, sister, and friend
jiperez@chapman.edu
01:11:12
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:12:19
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:12:24
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:17:29
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jiperez@chapman.edu
01:18:39
These articles are in your Padlet! Just click on the webinar resources and find the slide. When you click on the link, it will take you to the article!
Erick Nabeshima
01:26:22
The counselor was very wrong to tell Gaby to become an Hvac technician instead of an engineer. Gabby was already being racially profiled. The counselor should have been written up to include termination. Don't settle Gabby!
jiperez@chapman.edu
01:26:38
The video is also in the Padlet in the PPT presentation.
Kiah Sanders
01:30:37
exactly
Kiah Sanders
01:31:38
Resourses is what’s wrong
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
01:32:32
From Me to Everyone: (9:19 AM)
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Ryan Schiffman
01:33:40
If I treat all my students the same, have the same expectations for everyone, and grade/assess everyone the same would implicit bias and white privilege not be a factor?
Rebecca Harrison (She/Her/Hers)
01:43:58
Ryan that is a great question. I will posit that you are not truly able to treat everyone the same and hold the same expectations for everyone unless you have deconstructed your implicit biases and actively work against white privilege. Furthermore, instruction would need to change in ways that decenter whiteness (inclusion of diverse perspectives and identities), incorporate other cultural ways of being (collectivism over individualism as well as oral traditions with written traditions) and position teacher and student as equals and not one authortitative over the other. Finally, work must be done to create that community of diversity amongst students as well.
STEPHANIE NG
01:47:26
it’s sad that the teachers already set standards for the students who will achieve and who isn’t
Brendi Jaramillo
01:47:40
children were labeled and limited on learning opportunities.
STEPHANIE NG
01:47:43
they aren’t giving students a chance to progress and no inclusion
Kiah Sanders
01:47:56
agreed Stephanie
STEPHANIE NG
01:48:15
it’s easier to ignore the lower level students
Brittany Montelongo
01:48:52
our group agreed Heather. We felt that mixing up the groups a little with the stronger and lower levels can help motivate the children and not place a noticeable label on them.
STEPHANIE NG
01:49:15
there shouldn’t be a label in the first place
Dual - Eva Rosa Zinzun
01:49:51
Many children are not given the opportunity to fully thrive to meet there full potential. When grouped and labeled this hinders children's development. You see the disparities amongst non-white children.
Brittany Montelongo
01:50:22
We talked about that too, children and their parents know that they are in a labeled group.
Audra Mesa, OCDE
01:51:18
Yes Joel, the emphasis was on the "bubble kids"
STEPHANIE NG
01:55:18
I love that
STEPHANIE NG
01:55:54
we can’t just place EL students in special needs because it’s easy
Yvonne England
01:56:27
Lose the nuance of our students with the board generalizations
Eba Martinez
01:58:53
Excellent book! Keeps opinions at bay and focuses on the science and brain development.
Audra Mesa, OCDE
01:59:50
There is a growing effort to shift our mindset in how we refer to English Language Learners. You may start hearing many educators referring to ELLs as Emerging Bilinguals. It no longer frames their language abilities as a deficit for not knowing the dominant language of English but honors their effort to have mastery in two languages.
Abby Corley
02:00:25
Yes! So important to have the mindset of an asset-based approach. What do our students bring to the table? vs. What deficits do they have?
Kiah Sanders
02:02:04
exactly Rebecca
Joel Tebbs
02:03:08
The collaboration time is difficult in distance learning, of course
Audra Mesa, OCDE
02:08:51
Yes Joel. Collaboration is important and a challenge. Teachers I work with find that the collaboration sometime has to happen in asynch setting using tech tools like FlipGrid.
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
02:09:30
Jamboards are good too
Joel Tebbs
02:15:26
Yes, Audra. Siloing is an issue. Even the new CTC guidelines for literacy instruction put the burden on ELA teachers to teach literacy.
jiperez@chapman.edu
02:20:27
https://www.teachingbooks.net
Yvonne England
02:21:48
This is amazing
Erick Nabeshima
02:23:11
Great interpretation of suggesting Black celebration and accomplishments, Audra!
jiperez@chapman.edu
02:23:46
Thank you Audra!
Audra Mesa, OCDE
02:24:02
You can always reach out to me at amesa@ocde.us
Joel Tebbs
02:28:46
The EL students were 'othered' by being called out. The teacher could call students by name, or have group names, like 'Bluebirds' or 'Pikachus'
Christina Peck
02:29:08
she identifies the group aloud by name... a more positive or neutral name might be more supportive
Kiah Sanders
02:30:09
yes Erick!!
Erick Nabeshima
02:32:26
Hello Kiah, I really enjoyed your comment that you said earlier
Kiah Sanders
02:33:08
I truly hate our history text books as an African American I literally cry thinking of the fact my child will go ito these schools and hear complete lies
Kiah Sanders
02:33:31
i will do all in my power to teach my children the truth not the American truth
Kiah Sanders
02:33:56
thanks Erick
Erick Nabeshima
02:36:24
Liked your comment, Kiah, well stated! The awakening of the truth has begun and Teachers are the change agents to plant the seed of change in the minds of the students
Nick at EVO
02:39:46
Having a way to create a positive grouping rather than a negative grouping would be helpful. Rather than "ELA", students who are learning English, some other way of identifying them that could be more prosocial/source of pride or eagerness
Kiah Sanders
02:40:16
agreed NIck at Evo
Ryan Schiffman
02:40:28
What lies are being taught? I'm out of the loop on that one
EunMi Cho
02:41:23
I like the term of language scientist.
Nick at EVO
02:41:26
language scientists, that's great
Mai Chang
02:41:35
Love the language scientist
Angelique McGrue
02:42:03
there’s also a difference between students being in a specific class and students in a gen ed class
jiperez@chapman.edu
02:44:19
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Debbie Olsen
02:45:52
which rectangle?
Brittany Montelongo
02:45:53
3/8
Brendi Jaramillo
02:46:04
6/12
Ms. Ho
02:46:11
9/16
Liz
02:46:13
1/2
Eva Rosa Zinzun
02:46:17
`1/2
Kiah Sanders
02:46:24
6/12
Kristen Hein Strohm
02:46:25
9/16
Mai Chang
02:46:37
3/8
Liz
02:46:40
count the total parts as the denominator and the shaded area as the numerator.
EunMi Cho
02:46:40
3/8 + ¼ =
Brittany Montelongo
02:46:50
6/12 because 6 spaces in the entire rectangle are shaded blue
Kristen Hein Strohm
02:46:52
averaged 3/8 and 3/4
Elaine Xiong
02:46:55
1/2
Mrs. Ivanova
02:47:10
9/16
Theresa Amezcua
02:47:10
6/12
Angie Cuellar
02:47:12
1/2
Ms. Ho
02:47:12
Found common denominator because they were broken up differently.
Joel Tebbs
02:47:20
I would say about one half. The horizontal bars are not equal.
Eba Martinez
02:47:25
I would say 55%-60% because one side is 3/4, the other side is 3/8, not exactly 50%
Brendi Jaramillo
02:47:29
6/12 I counted 6 shaded shapes out of 12 shapes
Kiah Sanders
02:47:42
me too brendi
Kiah Sanders
02:47:45
lol
Angelique McGrue
02:47:48
6 out of 12 are shaded (6/12) then reduce to 2/4 then reduce again 1/2
Mrs. Ivanova
02:48:11
the firs part is 3/8 of a half or 3/16 of a wholethe second part is 3/4 of a half and 3/8 of the whole
Mrs. Ivanova
02:48:18
together is 9/16
jiperez@chapman.edu
02:53:26
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Palwinder Kaur
02:56:16
Could we get recording of this event?
jiperez@chapman.edu
02:56:56
Yes! The recording will be uploaded into the Padlet as soon as tomorrow!
jiperez@chapman.edu
02:57:33
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Sara Morgan (Chapman)
02:57:54
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Nick at EVO
02:58:02
thank you so much!
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
02:58:03
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Eva Rosa Zinzun
02:58:03
Thank you. Have a great day. :)
Heather Sanchez
02:58:10
Thank you!!!
Ms. Ho
02:58:11
Thank you!
Vanessa Soria
02:58:14
Thank you for all the information!
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
02:58:22
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Debbie Olsen
02:58:24
Thank you, Rebecca and Audra!!
Liz
02:58:25
thank you
Kristen Hein Strohm
02:58:29
This was super helpful. Thanks so much!!!
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
02:58:35
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EunMi Cho
02:58:42
Thanks for another wonderful presentation!
kennethgable
02:58:45
Thank you
Theresa Amezcua
02:58:46
Thank you!
Joel Tebbs
02:58:52
Thank you!!
Angie Cuellar
02:58:58
thank you!
Matthew Falgares
02:59:03
thank you.. well done and very informative...
Mai Chang
02:59:07
Thank you
Jennifer Velasco
02:59:14
thank you
Dr. Princess Solomon
02:59:20
Thank you!
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
03:01:45
Reinventing Pedagogy of the Oppressed Edited By James D. Kirylo
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
03:01:46
https://www.facinghistory.org/
Sara Morgan (Chapman)
03:02:54
https://www.tolerance.org/