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Brett Christie
37:01
As always, please post any comments or questions in the Chat. Thanks!
Jean-Pierre (JP) Bayard
43:41
encourage grit
Brett Christie
44:00
Good point. 4 years is not realistic for all and taking longer is not failure.
Jean-Pierre (JP) Bayard
46:42
Technology can help there
dahidalgo
47:08
mindful of exclusionary language and examples =
mary paul
47:15
"My Freeman Year: What a Professor Learned by Becoming a Student" great book to understand your students. Short read
dahidalgo
47:22
for example, saying “guys” isn’t cool
dahidalgo
47:25
it’s sexist
mary paul
47:27
*Freshman
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
47:44
I try to use "folks"
dahidalgo
47:49
and using heteronormative language is really uncool
Chris Endy
47:53
Yo Philly! :-)
dahidalgo
47:59
it makes people feel invisible
Carolynn Arpin at Chico
48:04
Yo CU Boulder!
Brett Christie
48:26
@dahidalgo: Thanks, good points
dahidalgo
48:39
:-)
Leo Cota
48:46
I also use folks
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
49:11
nice
Leo Cota
49:23
it took me sometime to get used to using folk instead of guys I will admit
dahidalgo
49:33
it took me time too!
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
49:41
For sure
Brett Christie
50:31
Three Dimensions of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Matthew Lynch, 2011
Brett Christie
53:46
True, to most golf is not a first-person reality. So easy to adjust to soccer example that is so much more universal. Nice!
wkymmell
54:07
I am back, sorry, lost internet for a few minutes . . .
Leo Cota
54:18
Welcome back
Jean-Pierre (JP) Bayard
56:28
It seems that having a faculty with some broad cultural experiences would help
Ashley Skylar
56:59
wish i had more cultural experiences:(
Jean-Pierre (JP) Bayard
57:30
or eat more ethnic foods
Sheela Pawar, Dominguez Hills
58:02
I think it would be productive to ask students to come up with their own examples and analogies.
dahidalgo
58:11
I agree
Leo Cota
58:11
Yes!
dahidalgo
58:26
To check in with students about examples too…
dahidalgo
58:35
about the example you’ve used…
mary paul
58:36
I often show TED talks in non-English languages.
Kenji Ikemoto
59:50
hello
adam_glesser_CSUF_math
01:00:24
It is not clear that I am in a 1-1 breakout room.
Lisa Kendhammer
01:00:31
I don't think we are in breakout groups
dahidalgo
01:00:33
I don’t think I’m in a breakout room ?
Kristen Tudor
01:00:33
Um, I can hear two women talking…but I don’t see a room. Help.
dahidalgo
01:00:39
me too
danielle gray
01:00:39
I don’t think so either
adam_glesser_CSUF_math
01:00:39
I hear bgonzalez talking to LForsythe.
Brett Christie
01:00:41
I hear another room
Lihung Angel Pu, CSU Dominguez Hills
01:00:43
me, too
Kris Henderson
01:00:44
me too
Maryanne Menvielle
01:00:47
That's what I hear!
dahidalgo
01:00:47
yes, i hear them too
Marilyn Easter
01:00:50
I’m not in a breakout either
Yuhfen Lin(Chico)
01:00:53
HOw do I get into break out section?
Kristen Tudor
01:00:55
Me too.
Mark Gondree
01:00:56
me too
Stacey Anderson
01:00:58
same
Cheng Chen
01:01:02
sam
Jeremy Warner
01:06:44
can't join. on road
Ashley Skylar
01:08:47
Yes, we will make sure to do that!
Jeremy Warner
01:12:26
can we know when we are doing breakout rooms and other things beforehand. I'm traveling usually during the meetings and can't usually chat or do any discussions. I'm here to listen usually
Marilyn Easter
01:17:00
This was fun; I am happy to meet Kristen!
Jinsong Zhang (Chico Chemistry)
01:17:22
bye Chris!
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
01:17:30
Good times. Thanks, Brett!
Brett Christie
01:17:39
I got paired up with the smartest, coolest person ever. Thanks, Kim Norman!
Jesus Oliver (East Bay)
01:17:47
Nice chatting with you, Billy
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
01:17:56
:)
danielle gray
01:17:57
I was paired with myself
danielle gray
01:18:08
Lol…
dahidalgo
01:18:09
Nice point…
dahidalgo
01:18:22
we have to return emails as quick as we can, within reason
Sheela Pawar, Dominguez Hills
01:18:58
My sound did not work during the breakout
Jinsong Zhang (Chico Chemistry)
01:19:37
have to leave to Seminar. thanks Kristina and every body!
Leo Cota
01:19:48
Thank you Jinsong!
Leo Cota
01:20:02
We will send the recording via email later today
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
01:20:10
That sounds nice
dahidalgo
01:21:13
checking in with students about examples that have been used
dahidalgo
01:21:15
for one
Jeremy Warner
01:25:15
the availability of items outside of euro-centric culture is limited in my field for what I teach.
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
01:26:56
Oops - sorry to cut off your last thought, Nancy!
Kathy Fernandes
01:27:26
That worked much better!!!
adam_glesser_CSUF_math
01:27:34
Sorry, Barbara. Didn't leave you willingly.
Sandra Flake, Chancellor's office, CSU, Chico
01:27:58
I agree--and we are like our students, they talk in small groups, and are reluctant to use their voices in the full class!
Stacey Anderson
01:28:02
This was my first time with breakout groups, so I appreciate the opportunity to try them out!
Brett Christie
01:28:24
Stereotype Threat (Steele & Aronson, 1995)Imposture Syndrome (Clance & Imes, 1978)Microaggressions (Pierce, 1970)
Julia Olkin
01:28:55
I wish we had spent more time at the beginning talking about this slide (things to avoid) rather than more time in breakout sessions.
Leo Cota
01:29:13
Thank you for the feedback Julia
dahidalgo
01:29:25
Nice points in this final slide
Brett Christie
01:29:46
Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice by Geneva GayCulturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain: Promoting Authentic Engagement and Rigor Among Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students by Zaretta HammondThe dreamkeepers by Gloria Ladson-Billings
Marilyn Easter
01:29:49
Thank you for providing a wonderful and interactive session. Had a great time meeting in the breakout groups.
Sheela Pawar, Dominguez Hills
01:29:58
Thank you!
dahidalgo
01:29:59
Great!
Lihung Angel Pu, CSU Dominguez Hills
01:30:00
Thank you!
dahidalgo
01:30:02
Thx!
nancyroback
01:30:04
Thank you!
Sandra Flake, Chancellor's office, CSU, Chico
01:30:04
Thanks much!
Kathy Fernandes
01:30:05
Thank you very much Kristina!!!
Jesus Oliver (East Bay)
01:30:08
Thanks!
Kim Norman - CSUF, Math
01:30:11
Thank you!
Marcus Elam
01:30:11
Thanks
Yuhfen Lin(Chico)
01:30:17
Thank you for the idea and give us a chance to think about it more.
Stacey Anderson
01:30:18
thank you!
Chris Endy
01:30:21
Great job Kristina! Breakout rooms were wonderful!
Mark Gondree
01:30:28
Thank you!
Gurman Gill (Sonoma State)
01:30:53
Thanks Kristina! Break-out rooms were fun - should do that more often!
wkymmell
01:31:05
Thank you Kristina and everyone. Have a nice weekend!
adam_glesser_CSUF_math
01:31:10
I guess my invite got lost in the mail.
dahidalgo
01:31:18
When do we need to make sure we buy our plane ticket for the midyear mtg?
dahidalgo
01:31:26
is there a deadline?
dahidalgo
01:31:32
for planning that trip?
johnny thomas
01:31:39
thank you...great time
Ashley Skylar
01:31:59
Math Learning Community Webinar - Dec. 8th 12-1pm http://tiny.cc/math-redesign