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TTT 07.01.2020 Spotlight on Student Work: Louise Bauso's "COVID-19 Oral Histories" & Annie Thoms' "Writing to Make Change"

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Jul-02-20 Transcript of chat during the conversation

We have a great double bill to spark ideas and conversation on TTT https://teachersteachingteachers.org this Wednesday evening, July 1, 2020 at 9E/8C/7M/6P.
Annie Thoms @msathoms and Louise Bauso facebook.com/ldbauso are coming to share student work with us.

Annie will highlight the work of a few students in here Junior/Senior Selective English class she teaches at Stuyvesant High School in New York City.

Anne Thoms's flyer for her class, "Writing to Make Change"
Louise will be showing us some of the work her EL students created by interviewing a family member or friend in their native countries about their experiences with the Coronavirus. We'll take a look at the COVID Oral Histories they posted on Youth Voices recently. Here's an excerpt of one of the discussion posts on Youth Voices:

My story with my grandmother is very beautiful because I and she have shared many things since I was 1 year old. She took care of me and protected me from everything and even keeps taking care of me from a distance since she lives in Ecuador.

See and hear more student work from the lockdown. Join Louise and Annie on TTT https://teachersteachingteachers.org on Wednesday evening, July1, 2002 at 9E/8C/7M/6P.

DMU Timestamp: May 11, 2020 21:16

Added July 02, 2020 at 10:56am by Paul Allison
Title: Transcript of chat during the conversation

21:02:20

From Peggy George : Hi everyone! Great to be here with all of you from Phoenix AZ. I’ll be an enthusiastic lurker. :-)
21:02:54

From Peggy George : They just decided to extend the date for schools to reopen in AZ.
21:03:10

From Peggy George : Hi “Mom” :-)
21:03:21

From Peggy George : They have to join again I think
21:04:21

From Peggy George : https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360021851371-Allowing-Removed-Participants-or-Panelists-to-Rejoin
21:04:49

From Peggy George : Paul, you can go to the settings and select “allow removed participants to rejoin”
21:06:10

From Peggy George : hybrid is going to be the new normal :-)
21:08:09

From Peggy George : there are images on the link above
21:08:49

From Christopher Sloan : Thanks Peggy
21:09:17

From Peggy George : This is a really interesting paper to take a look at. Education Reimagined: The Future of Learning. Remote to Hybrid Learning https://edudownloads.azureedge.net/msdownloads/Microsoft-EducationReimagined-Paper.pdf
21:10:00

From Peggy George : Troy Hicks is so amazing!!!
21:13:43

From Peggy George : hooray!!!!!!
21:14:06

From Peggy George : then he just has to try again now that Paul has changed the setting
21:15:16

From Peggy George : Annie, why don’t you go ahead and start :-)
21:17:30

From Christopher Sloan : Paul, if she’s still having trouble joining the meeting, she might need to quit Zoom, start up again, and then sign in again
21:17:33

From Peggy George : Another helpful article about hybrid learning by Eric Sheninger with a link to a report for a hybrid learning model. http://esheninger.blogspot.com/2020/06/moving-to-hybrid-learning-model.html
21:17:58

From Peggy George : comics sound like a fantastic way to go!
21:18:57

From Peggy George : Lynda Barry, Syllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor https://www.amazon.com/Syllabus-Accidental-Professor-Lynda-Barry/dp/1770461612/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2CY2RJ9YE1FCZ&dchild=1&keywords=linda+berry+books&qid=1593652702&sprefix=linda+berry%2Caps%2C196&sr=8-1
21:19:45

From Peggy George : Hooray Louise!!!!!
21:21:03

From Marina Lombardo : Hi Peggy! Good to see you again! I got booted off and didn’t save the first link you posted. Can you post it again? Thanks!
21:21:13

From Peggy George : Hi Marina :-)
21:21:53

From Peggy George : Sure. I’ll repost the first link. The one about hybrid education?
21:22:25

From Peggy George : Education Reimagined: The Future of Learning. Remote to Hybrid Learning https://edudownloads.azureedge.net/msdownloads/Microsoft-EducationReimagined-Paper.pdf
21:22:47

From Marina Lombardo : yes! Thank you!
21:29:07

From Peggy George : what a great blog post!
21:30:23

From Peggy George : https://stuyspec.com/opinions/the-people-need-to-know
21:30:56

From Peggy George : https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=Xj-kNsqGHig&feature=youtu.be
21:31:43

From Peggy George : what an amazing student!!! so happy to know about her! Stephany Quiroz
21:32:55

From Peggy George : https://sites.google.com/view/collectionofchange/home/social/census-graphic-novel?authuser=0
21:33:29

From Peggy George : that’s a presentation that would be valuable to lots of people!!!!
21:34:17

From Peggy George : very impressive!!!
21:35:49

From emilywilkinson : Annie, these are fantastic and very inspiring! I am sorry, but I have to go. I will definitely check in with Paul later about the rest of this session. Great work!
21:38:00

From Peggy George : https://sites.google.com/view/collectionofchange/home/environmental
21:38:33

From Peggy George : Annie, your students are so lucky to have you as their teacher!!!!
21:39:14

From Peggy George : https://sites.google.com/view/collectionofchange/home/environmental/deforestation
21:39:36

From Peggy George : Op Ed writing is a really important skill for them to learn!!
21:40:07

From Peggy George : https://www.nytimes.com/section/learning
21:40:36

From Peggy George : Thank you so much for sharing your students with us Annie!!
21:42:52

From Louise : What book was that?
21:43:00

From Peggy George : Lynda Barry’s posts in the NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/search?query=lynda+barry
21:45:29

From Peggy George : https://www.brainpickings.org/2014/12/02/lynda-barry-syllabus-book/ Blog post about her book focusing on the daily diary
21:45:53

From Peggy George : keep going!!! this is wonderful!!
21:45:53

From Christopher Sloan : Thanks for the links Peggy
21:46:28

From Louise : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A7TjnoQGFOG4n9Gr9T2ZLTiou88Ng5vGYWa2Q1o1p0A/edit?usp=sharing
https://www.youthvoices.live/category/civic-engagement/covid-oral-history/
21:47:02

From Peggy George : thanks Louise!!
21:47:40

From Peggy George : wow! that could be very traumatic!!! writing their own eulogies!
21:48:42

From Annie Thoms : This is so beautifully laid out and clear
21:49:17

From Peggy George : awesome document!!! can’t wait to explore those links!
21:54:40

From Anna Maine : These templates and documents are so beautifully organized! I teach ELs too, and that stuff really matters. Love the formatting you've done.
21:56:12

From Peggy George : these are great!!!!
21:58:13

From Annie Thoms : This is such an extraordinary combination of research and personal story—so moving, and so tied in to major current issues.
21:59:04

From Peggy George : Louise you should be very proud of your students!!! I know you are!!!
22:00:25

From Peggy George : I love that! “he’s cute, tall, has white hair, he always wears elegant clothes even when he is at home”
22:01:34

From Peggy George : https://www.youthvoices.live/category/civic-engagement/covid-oral-history/
22:02:14

From Peggy George : Thank you so much for sharing this with us Louise!!!
22:07:14

From Peggy George : so inspiring!!! love your collaboration!
22:09:11

From Peggy George : iPad is definitely limiting for this kind of project!!! Chromebooks make so much sense!!
22:09:19

From Peggy George : and they’re so much cheaper!
22:15:16

From Peggy George : Thank you all for sharing and big thanks to you Paul for organizing this conversation!
22:16:06

From Peggy George : that would be a wonderful enhancement Paul!
22:16:54

From Peggy George : See you next week!!!

DMU Timestamp: May 11, 2020 21:16





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