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Lunch With LARAEC - Shared screen with speaker view
Yvette Barrios
28:35
my students
AARON SAENZ
28:39
the students
Susino_DeAnne
29:02
aka... my Smart Board
Marianne Noss
29:22
my large whiteboard and the students, of course
Gorence Justin
29:48
Oh! I get it De Anne!!!
Esther Talamantes
30:13
I thought of students, but did not see them as "items".
Michele Stiehl
30:17
I miss my larger screen
Amy Kudenov
30:43
definitely my students
Margaret Chedotte
30:59
My iPad cart
Angeles, Resurreccion
31:01
Good Afternoon Maestro Aaron.
Melara, Julio
31:28
Yes, we are!
FredRivas
31:44
hello Aaron good to see you
Anna Gray
32:46
Thank you for making past meetings available.
Olga Hakopyan
33:12
Hello. Olga Hakopyan, Burbank Adult School
Sara Behseta
33:20
The SB 68 discussion was so helpful! I had a student asking about documentation for her NC hours just a few days after the LARAEC presentation.
Michele Stiehl
34:07
Shout out to all of you joining us from outside LARAEC! We appreciate you joining us!
Tavera, Gloria
37:18
Is it just me? screen is blurry.
Gorence Justin
37:50
Shout out to ABOUT STUDENTS Consortium!
JoDee Slyter
38:14
Great to be here!!!!
EDDY CARIAS
38:52
Eddy Carias from LAUSD/AFOC
Vanessa S
40:36
Preach it, Aaron!!
Michele Stiehl
53:11
We like to start LARAEC events with random questions to get people engaged and sharing fun facts.
Sara Behseta
53:40
I start classes with a vocabulary review, dictation. Students can type words in the chatbox and include definitions
Gorence Justin
54:00
That's a great idea, Sara!
Susino_DeAnne
54:05
Music is a great idea!
Aimee
54:06
I build community by doing breakout rooms every class period in which grammar points and topics are adapted to personal questions to that prompt students to share about themselves, their friends, family
Sara Behseta
54:17
Good idea, Aimee!
Lomeli_Esther
54:32
Great IDEAS!
Gorence Justin
54:35
Great community builder!
Michele Stiehl
54:35
I think music playing when students "walk-in" sets the tone....even when we are in-person.
Vanessa S
54:43
Michele plays the best music!!
Sara Behseta
54:55
My colleague was playing the BeeGees "Staying Alive" for his students :)
Michele Stiehl
01:03:12
As a student myself, teacher check-in emails, quotes, and feedback keep me in the game each week.
Tavera, Gloria
01:07:58
Students are asked for a motivational quote. Each Monday their quotes are the posted above the weekly agenda.
Gorence Justin
01:08:10
Nice!
Lomeli_Esther
01:09:16
Motivational "quote" excellent idea!
Michele Stiehl
01:10:25
Great idea Gloria!
Doctor James
01:12:29
I understand that children should not attend Zoom sessions. We are teaching adults.
Sara Behseta
01:15:08
I use Google forms to review grammar errors from a variety of assignments. The students work in breakout rooms and help each other correct the errors. (this idea from Ryan Detweiler with CATESOL)
Aimee
01:15:39
I provided a template for a biographical “poem” and gave students time in pairs in breakout rooms to gather info from a partner to complete the poem template. They later posted the poems in a Canvas Discussion page. Students liked it! It was fun and easy and communicative.
Sara Behseta
01:16:05
Very cool, Aimee!
Gorence Justin
01:16:11
great ideas Sara and Aimee!
Aimee
01:16:21
Sara, my students also like collaborative correcting!
Anna Gray
01:16:27
What a great idea to provide feedback in the form of audio or video instead of text
Gorence Justin
01:19:44
Epic Meaning...
Aimee
01:23:59
How did you get the real-time subtitles to show during this Zoom?
Sara Behseta
01:24:09
Could you give an example of The Daily Dose? Which article or video have you assigned?
Sanchez, Roxana
01:24:14
I loved your presentation. Thank you so much.
Sanchez, Roxana
01:24:28
I got to go, I have a zoom class in 2 min.
Vanessa S
01:24:32
Thank you, Aaron! VERY informative & thorough presentation!
Nelines Colon Paladini
01:26:02
Great presentation. Thanks
Michele Stiehl
01:26:26
So excited about subtitles!!! Will try it out tomorrow at the Action Planning Team Meeting
Esther Talamantes
01:26:27
Very nice presentation, Aaron. Thank you.
Susino_DeAnne
01:26:47
Love the ideas about starting the class with music, having a quote and/or question of the day. Thank you for a very useful and interesting presentation Aaron.
Michele Stiehl
01:26:57
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Tavera, Gloria
01:27:02
Great tips! Very useful. Thank you, Aaron!
Aimee
01:27:22
I appreciate the tips and advice presented. Thank you Aaron. Thanks participants.
Sara Behseta
01:27:41
Thanks, Aaron! I'll check out that YouTuber "How to motivate yourself" and the other ideas.
Elizabeth V Herrera
01:28:04
Excellent Information, very Valuable!!
Anna Gray
01:28:12
Thank you
Angeles, Resurreccion
01:28:18
Awesome learning
Sofia Mayoral
01:28:34
Great job!
LMValle
01:28:55
Thank you Aaron!!!
Michele Stiehl
01:28:59
Please take a minute to provide feedback on Lunch with LARAEC and future sessions https://tinyurl.com/LARAECROCSfeedback
Heather Sullivan
01:29:15
Thank you so much! Great information!
Marianne Noss
01:29:33
Thanks for a useful presentation!
AARON SAENZ
01:29:54
again my email is ams67661@lausd.net
Margaret Chedotte
01:30:00
Great job Aaron as always. Nice to see you.
Olga Hakopyan
01:30:31
Very useful presentation
Jose Rico
01:30:32
Thank you so much Aaron for all your tips.
EDDY CARIAS
01:31:04
Thank you