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Deepening Our Understanding of Transfer of Learning - Trevor Aleo - Shared screen with speaker view
Trevor Aleo
30:18
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Adrianne Karnofel
31:08
Adrianne Karnofel - Santa Fe High School
Anna Chee
31:12
Anna Chee, Los Angeles
Regina Adams
31:22
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Jennifer Fletcher
31:26
Hi folks! Please sign in in the chat and let us know where you’re from. 🙂
Abel Juarez
31:43
Abel Juarez - Imperial County
Carolyn Snyder
31:43
Carolyn Snyder, Stockton
Jeff Frieden
31:54
Jeff Frieden, Riverside, CA
David McKenzie
31:58
David McKenzie Newman
Randy Melton
32:00
Randy Melton, San Jose California
Emily Voss
32:00
Emily Voss, Gridley, CA.
Michael Blackwell
32:01
Michael Blackwell, Colusa, CA
Karl Cyr
32:03
Karl Cyr, UMass Amherst, Massachusetts
Jamie Brown
32:07
Jamie Brown, Chino, California
Fawn Nielsen
32:08
Fawn Nielsen - Imperial County
Stephen MOES
32:08
Stephen Moes, Thousand Oaks
Regina Adams
32:09
Bakersfield CSUB
Michelle Bianco
32:16
Michelle Bianco, Montana
Shelley Walker
32:17
Shelley Walker Elk Grove CA
Caytlin Ward-Bowden
32:18
Caytie Ward-Bowden, NLMUSD Los Angeles
Joanna Khoo
32:19
Joanna Khoo, Victorville, CA
O Joseph Calabrese
32:22
Hello from San Jose California.
Sheecid Lopez
32:29
Sheecid Lopez, Marysville
Bonnie Stogner
32:31
Bonnie Stogner, Manteca, CA
Lynn Schaulis
32:32
Hi Jennifer! (& All!) Lynn Schaulis, Norwalk CA
Elizabeth Arroyo
32:36
Elizabeth Arroyo, Los Angeles
Kaying Thao-Yang
32:39
Kaying Thao-Yang, Elk Grove
Kristin Fischer
32:40
Moorpark, CA
Jennifer Fletcher
32:59
So sweet!
char lindemulder
33:10
Hi from Chino Hills, CA
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
33:13
adorable!
Trevor Aleo
33:15
Hi, everyone! Looking forward to spending the next hour with you.
Garreth Heidt
33:36
thanks for putting this together, Trevor. Looking forward to it.
Heather Jacquemin
33:47
Hello from Modesto, CA
Trevor Aleo
33:55
Hi, Garreth! Always happy to see you in the Zoom world. Hope all is well.
Jennifer Fletcher
33:56
Great to see you all here!
Trevor Aleo
34:34
My summer was daddy duty by day and dissertation by night. Very fun, but very busy..
Lynn Schaulis
35:21
Bravo! Thank you for that composing (& modeling!)
Jennifer Fletcher
35:28
If you haven’t visited the ERWC Online Community in a while, please be sure to check out our redesigned website: writing.csusuccess.org
Regina Adams
36:43
Regina Adams CSU Bakersfield
Melissa Stacy
38:52
Melissa Stacy - Alpaugh High School
Jennifer Fletcher
40:24
Love this
Jeff Frieden
40:30
almost... haha
Debra Boggs
40:42
“English has become a way to develop my perception of reality” 🥰
Daura Beard
40:55
Daura Beard - Chino Valley Unified (sorry, my chat was disabled earlier for some reason)
Johnetta Fleming
42:55
Johnetta Fleming Los Angeles
Trevor Aleo
46:55
Share any noticings or wonderings you have about this quote!
Randy Melton
47:15
this is inetegral to basic humanity--all do it and can do it
Garreth Heidt
47:26
"Rethink the world." Like to think that's a power they use for good.
char lindemulder
47:27
So we're getting kids to create their own “literature" and connections with the world
Trevor Aleo
47:36
Yes! Love that.
Bonnie Stogner
47:38
Students are the problem solvers of the future
Joanna Khoo
47:42
Thinking that curriculum can't continue the way it is as static texts
Sheecid Lopez
47:42
I noticed that it focuses on how things are in the world and how students make conections
Jeff Frieden
47:44
The curriculum need not, and should not, be separated from the world.
David McKenzie
47:44
what makes literature worth considering and reading
Emily Voss
47:48
When we separate English concepts from real life they lose meaning....they are supposed to be connected!
Fawn Nielsen
47:50
love the connection to media
Lynn Schaulis
47:54
Our brains are problem factories! Students & adults want to muddle with societal & personal problems and consider solutions
Stacey Baker
47:58
connect learning to conditions of humanity
Abel Juarez
48:07
I notice that learning should be connected to what is going on
Stephen MOES
48:08
Sounds like UDL's focus on relevance
Carolyn Snyder
48:09
it makes me think of reading I am Malala last year with students and have them bring up the floods in Pakistan last week and how it could impact the stability of the country
Anna Chee
48:36
This sort of making connections built into the curriculum makes apparent to students why they would want to learn and use these concepts and skills, and that these are connected to their lives
char lindemulder
51:09
Yep, I've had students who got in trouble with their parents because they couldn't help but rhetorically analyze their parents' lecture to them
Garreth Heidt
51:29
TQE!!!!
Jennifer Fletcher
51:32
Thinking of literature as a context for exploring an issue—yes!
Trevor Aleo
53:45
What resonates with you about the idea of design?
Debra Boggs
53:52
It does bring to mind intentionality.
Trevor Aleo
53:57
How can using design as a frame help us look at literature AND media in similar ways?
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
53:58
empowering
Joanna Khoo
53:58
Design requires thought and purpose
Bonnie Stogner
54:08
It can be applied to all types of texts
Lynn Schaulis
54:14
a rich concept to found a language & pedagogy
Trevor Aleo
54:15
Exactly, Bonnie!
Randy Melton
54:23
I love it! Technical concepts can be both student friendly and valid
char lindemulder
54:23
Design as a noun and verb get to the complexity of a text and meaning making
Fawn Nielsen
54:23
All media has design. We can find connections in processes across all to deepen understanding
David McKenzie
54:24
English is a serious study of creativity
Anesha Camacho
54:32
Design like chaos has patterns and fractals that help to see the interconnections among ideas, concepts, and skills
Garreth Heidt
54:34
”All men and women require a liberal art of design to live well in the complexity of the framework based in signs, things, actions, and thoughts.—Richard Buchanan
Lynn Schaulis
54:47
Student-friendly! Demystifies
Sheecid Lopez
54:51
The idea of design can be applied to all things. It can look chaotic
Adrianne Karnofel
55:00
Deinstitutionalizes
Lynn Schaulis
55:15
speaks to the many artists in our midst
Anesha Camacho
55:22
Design Thinking helps with accessing thinking around intentionality
Garreth Heidt
56:03
Just more evidence that we need to look at the world through a lens that recognizes all human creation as having intention…this links to conceptual understandings and rhetorical/semiotic analysis of the world
Anesha Camacho
56:09
@Adrienne - love your comment- The relevancy of what they are learning...
Jennifer Fletcher
57:42
Understanding design as verb/process/intentionality reveals one of the problems with using formulas like the 5PE to teach structure. Students have to copy the product but don’t get to engage in the process.
Melissa Stacy
59:54
Knowledge is power.
Eugene Munger
59:57
Power is the threat of violence
Debra Boggs
01:00:00
Power exists in the individual as well as in the collective.
Michael Blackwell
01:00:01
Power is the ability to control resources.
Sheecid Lopez
01:00:02
some people have power and other people have to fight for it
Lindsay Kent
01:00:03
Power can be associated with wealth. There's power in numbers too
Stacey Baker
01:00:08
controlling others
Garreth Heidt
01:00:13
Money is power. organized movements of people have power. Governments have power
Fawn Nielsen
01:00:22
Power is: Strength, money, unity, daring organization
Jeff Frieden
01:00:22
Might and Money
Joanna Khoo
01:00:23
Individual vs. collective
Stephen MOES
01:00:24
One holds it over others
Madalyn Tarke
01:00:26
Having a strong influence over a group of people
Emily Voss
01:00:27
Whoever has the most money/followers has the most power..
Lynn Schaulis
01:00:29
Power requires followers, “subscribers,” consumers
Melissa Stacy
01:00:31
There are many different kinds of power.
Lindsay Kent
01:00:32
Can be used for good and for evil
Carolyn Snyder
01:00:32
power is being adept whether it be strength, money, intelligence, might
David McKenzie
01:00:34
Power is acquired through organizing groups of people
Anna Chee
01:00:37
something that determines courses of human histories, controls humans
Anesha Camacho
01:00:38
Power - force, money, resources, violence, threat, ideas, knowledge
char lindemulder
01:00:39
There is a struggle with and yearning for power, control
Randy Melton
01:00:40
Everyone seeks power, but for different reasons--sometimes the use the same methods, though.
Lynn Schaulis
01:00:44
Power is in the hands of the PEOPLE
Debra Boggs
01:00:45
It's about how power is used - to help or to hurt
Fawn Nielsen
01:00:46
course-changing
O Joseph Calabrese
01:00:54
The concept of POWER has many different meanings.
Regina Adams
01:01:20
so many great answers to this. I saw power in numbers.
Lynn Schaulis
01:01:42
I imagine students would have robust responses to this collage of images. Yay to honoring what they're bringing
Lynn Schaulis
01:02:51
Appreciate you sharing student artifacts
Debra Boggs
01:03:26
Lol - he who does the work learns the most!
Lynn Schaulis
01:03:39
^
Jennifer Fletcher
01:03:54
“What do the examples have in common?” Great way to teach concepts inductively.
char lindemulder
01:04:42
Process builds neuro-networks, which is learning
David McKenzie
01:05:17
😆
char lindemulder
01:05:54
good ‘ol Freyer
Garreth Heidt
01:09:13
Love doing this with hexagonal thinking.
char lindemulder
01:10:18
metacognative reflection
Garreth Heidt
01:12:33
Hexagonal thinking with concepts: https://twitter.com/Ed_by_design/status/1496972056931577868?s=20&t=6ERkkjLZ_mA1rhELuRyGnw
Jennifer Fletcher
01:13:02
Please share any questions you have for Trevor in the chat. Thanks!
char lindemulder
01:13:26
Lots of great stuff. Do you sleep?
Jennifer Fletcher
01:13:46
Also—there are some great posts on transfer on the ERWC blog (erwc.blog).
Debra Boggs
01:17:35
love the idea of remixing - tailoring their writing to different audiences
Debra Boggs
01:18:02
should have said *designing* 🙂
tanya Avelleyra
01:19:05
Hello, will there be a recording available?
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
01:19:16
yes
Jennifer Fletcher
01:19:38
The recording will be posted in the ERWC Online Community.
tanya Avelleyra
01:19:38
Thank you! How soon can I access it?
Randy Melton
01:19:55
great food for thought
char lindemulder
01:19:58
Yay, a recording. I need another go through
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
01:20:18
should be up by tomorrow at the latest.
Randy Melton
01:20:21
this gives me some ideas for experimentation this yaer
Randy Melton
01:20:24
year
char lindemulder
01:20:48
What was your process for developing your approach? How did it look at year 1, year 2, etc.
tanya Avelleyra
01:21:22
Will you email us the link to recording or should I look for it in the ErWC resources?
Randy Melton
01:21:47
^
Jyothi Bathina (pronounced JOE-THI)
01:22:09
It will be posted on the website 🙂
Debra Boggs
01:24:02
The podcast You're Wrong About also went into that.
char lindemulder
01:24:41
tenuous connections are early life connections, the first step
Stephen MOES
01:28:06
Thank you very much. Have to join my Back to School Night.
Garreth Heidt
01:28:16
“Where do these concepts live?”--see Misty Patterson. Real easy way to do this.
Garreth Heidt
01:28:38
you just said it. “What concepts live here?”
Randy Melton
01:28:55
Thank you!
Jamie Brown
01:29:04
Thank you!
Michelle Bianco
01:29:26
This was great
Michelle Bianco
01:29:29
Thank you
Eugene Munger
01:29:31
Awesome shares! Thanks
Joanna Khoo
01:29:37
Thanks!