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Addressing Racial Equity in our Adult Education Classrooms, Programs, and the Field - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathy Budway
37:46
Hey Matias!
Mark Fernandes
39:59
Chauvin verdict has been reached. It will be issued in about 25 minutes
GILLIAN BURLESON
40:21
Wow!
Michelle Candy
40:54
My grandmother
Katie Hamel
40:59
Our students and program participants
Julia Herman
41:07
all my students
Bonnie Taylor
41:07
our students
Barbara Gibbs
41:07
All Humans
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
41:07
Pamela Jo Wilson of Palm Beach; my learners
Hayley Shriner
41:09
Alyssa Chen, Kayla Arena, and my student FH
Michelle Candy
41:09
also, many students
Staci Van Art
41:14
My sister and my students
Beverly Keim
41:16
My immigrant students and also all beautiful, worthy Black lives
Stephanie Tracy
41:17
My ESOL students of all ages!
Joan Wing
41:22
George Floyd and all senselessly persecuted!
Susan Mast
41:22
friends, family members, students
Michelle Brzezowski
41:24
My Jamaican students
Tessa Peixoto
41:25
I am thinking of my students and my colleagues, and I want to be able to model this journey for my family so they can see they can also do this journey
grayla reneau
41:25
My parents and my former students
Susan Domanico
41:27
Gerald Hairston from SERC/CREC and my students
Eileen Montbleau
41:29
I would honor my diverse student body
Julia DiPietro
41:33
our students
Susan Keller
41:36
Gwendolyn Cottman, inspiring GED teacher.
clare shepherd
41:38
Rosa Manzano
Bonnie Nicholas
41:43
The students that I am privileged to teach, as well as the Indigenous peoples on whose lands I live and work.
Elizabeth McDowell
41:44
My students and co-workers who have taught me so much.
Manuel Padilla
41:45
I teach GED for Spanish speakers (immigrants) and thats my reason to be here
Carol North
41:48
My students. My father who opened my eyes to people of other cultures.
Allison Hoden
41:56
Khadija, rest in peace
MATTHEW HOROWITZ
41:56
All of my former students.
GILLIAN BURLESON
41:58
My dad, although he was imperfect in cross-racial dynamics, his big heart was very much FOR racial equality. He marched with MLK in Selma, and in his last years was very much engaged with supporting men in prison and on death row, mostly POCs
Rebecca Tesdell
42:02
My colleagues and students in the Seattle College District
Meg Reynolds
42:11
All my students, poets and artists of color who have taught me through their incredibly beautiful and generous work
Iris Yagi
42:25
My ESOL students, and my teacher who taught me not only English when I was an ESOL student myself 30 years ago
Caitlyn Pisarski
42:31
I'm here to honor the learners in our English language and GED program, past and present
Lynn LeClaire
42:32
Latara Jones, Annette Schreger, Malik Fidel, fellow AmeriCorps members.
Lynn LeClaire
42:54
My students, past and present, from around the world!
Heather Pelletier
43:14
All of our students, past, present and future
Lori Howard
43:32
My daughter-in-law, Gina Mendoza and my son, Eric Wolff.
Karen Sanchez
47:42
What was the name of the book they were reading again?
Euraina Jones
47:45
I have had a similar experience in college
Ebony Vandross
48:04
The name of the book is Warriors Don't Cry
Karen Sanchez
50:26
Thank you.
Ebony Vandross
51:13
Reminder to please select “all panelists and attendees” above the chat box so that your comments can be seen by everyone. Thanks!
Riva Pearson
53:52
Speaker is Matias Rodriguez
Riva Pearson
54:12
Matias is a former ABE student from AZ.
Elizabeth McDowell
54:35
Amen! Thanks Mr. Rodriguez.
Heather Patterson
54:37
That was great!
GILLIAN BURLESON
54:41
Awesome thoughts!
Leah Patterson
54:43
Thank you for sharing your expereince
Kathy Budway
54:43
Matias was an Americorps member as well
Michelle Candy
54:44
That was encouraging
Keri Marion
54:48
I thought it was interesting how his story reflected his earlier experience
GILLIAN BURLESON
54:49
Amen! Amen!
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
54:50
Powerful. He's so reflective.
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
54:56
I felt so for him with the white men’s crack about his position
Tessa Peixoto
55:00
He makes a good point that education and discussion has to happen everyday
Susan Domanico
55:10
its true that [people can be quick to judge and stereotype
Keri Marion
55:13
when he said, "they don't know what I've had to do to get here," it reminds me how the immigrants of his first story might have said the same thing
Michelle Candy
55:13
I liked his use of "healing the wounds" also that he learned in ABE classes
Kathy Budway
55:19
Proof that the positive effects of this teaching are far reaching
Ann Darden
55:28
In my freshman year of college, I signed up to room with a black girl. We were getting to know each other when her friends became militant protestors for racial equality. I was very interested in talking with them, but instead, they aggressivly negative and mean to me. It was one of my first experience with racism I was raised to like people and make the experience positive, non-judgemental. Unfortunately, There was never an opportunity to do that with this group. I appreciate his perspective.
Erika Husby
55:30
I'm curious to hear more about this leadership council
GILLIAN BURLESON
55:33
Was the leadership council at his ABE school?
Jennifer Stanowski
55:37
What an impressive leader. So appreciate his willingness to share his experience with teachers.
Lori Howard
55:38
One way to broaden awareness is to hear stories. People can't imagine what people of color experience.
Kathy Budway
55:49
Unfortunately our program ended this program.
Keri Marion
55:49
having difficult conversations gets easier the more you have them, too
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
55:53
@Lori —so true!
Joan Wing
56:01
Thank you For sharing your experiences. It's important to me to hear how the work needs to be ongoing!!! thank you for being a role model and awesome leader.
Lynn LeClaire
56:14
Glad to hear he was an AmeriCorps member.
Jessica Levy
56:49
Thanks for noting how a network of support can help people stay in hard conversations.
Kathy Budway
57:00
Great that his voice was included nere
Elizabeth McDowell
57:29
true, Jessica.
Ebony Vandross
58:27
To Sara and Nancy -- Reminder to please select “all panelists and attendees” above the chat box so that your comments can be seen by everyone. Thanks!
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
01:01:11
The research on relevance in reading is shared here: tinyurl.com/TESOL2021-Grabe (Avail. to all.)
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
01:01:32
(For L2 readers )
Beverly Keim
01:02:04
The ladder image is really good
Eileen Montbleau
01:02:57
The ladder image is great. That could be a talking point- or how people interpret it by showing them the image.
Lori Howard
01:04:18
CCRS skills
Anne Stewart
01:05:00
Very interesting, but I have to drop off. Will look forward to linking into the recording. Thanks very much!
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
01:05:08
That last line from Kamala Redd. Yes!
Ebony Vandross
01:05:54
Please use the Q&A feature if you have any questions!
Virginia Dugan
01:06:54
Thank you again for sharing the slides - greatly appreciated
Gretchen Spencer
01:09:59
Standards like that are also useful because they show the administration is supportive.
Ebony Vandross
01:10:07
Link to activity -- https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1spVqiuschGhf-VUyBzhNhVXR2D93q1P12THs2SggnbI/edit?usp=sharing
Maegan Morris
01:10:08
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1spVqiuschGhf-VUyBzhNhVXR2D93q1P12THs2SggnbI/edit#slide=id.ga77b1e2212_0_44
Ann Darden
01:11:16
I dont know how to get to the slides
Andy Nash
01:11:50
Click on Ebony’s link above.
Vince DeStefano
01:13:33
I messed up really bad with a jobs class once, but by that point I had built relationships with all of the students, and they showed me a lot of grace because we had rapport already. The relationship to the students wasn't just nice, it was absolutely vital.
Nan Frydland
01:15:36
Not yet. very soon
Ebony Vandross
01:20:27
Reminder to please post all questions in the Q&A if you would like them answered. Thanks!
Philip Anderson
01:20:28
Vilsaint is reading his world to us.
Cynthia Peters
01:20:51
@Shana -- yes feel free to share
Keri Marion
01:21:00
it's such a good answer: it really doesn't matter if it's difficult or not. We have to talk about it.
Jessica Handrik
01:21:10
Calling in the person with the story about freshman year. If you identify as white, I recommend a book called Waking Up White by Debbie Irving.
Philip Anderson
01:21:10
With open-eyed clarity and strong voice.
Rachel Mehl
01:22:04
Philip - yes! This video is so powerful.
Cynthia Peters
01:24:30
It's our nuclear weapon!1
Krystina Janus
01:24:49
Chauvin is charged with second- and third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
grayla reneau
01:24:56
It is true, but sad. As a parent of an African-American young man. I have had to teach my son that he is to do as told. Do not resist, it may save your life.
Lindsay Diaz
01:25:34
His honesty in his reflection about being scared of white people
Eileen Montbleau
01:25:54
It’s sad that sometimes he didn’t want to go out because he had to deal with discrimination.
Susan Domanico
01:26:20
it makes me less afraid to have the conversation because I don't have to do all the talking
Tessa Peixoto
01:26:20
It makes me realize the conversation about racism can be useful and might be welcome by my students
Regina Johnson
01:26:29
There is pain and fear that we carry every day.
Andy Nash
01:26:31
The burden he carries and his generosity.
Ann Darden
01:26:34
I felt supported by his statements that it is initially hard for everyone.
Nan Frydland
01:26:38
My students were afraid to go outside when Trump was ranting. Afraid that they’d be killed because that’s what happens in many African countries.
Alice-Ann Beachy
01:26:43
It is necessary to have this conversation because "we live here" and we want to feel safe and secure where we live
Rachel Mehl
01:26:44
I would love to hear how the class / lesson went teaching about the murder of George Floyd.
Flor DeHoyos
01:27:03
Many immigrants come to this country with the idea they are getting away from violence within their country, only to deal with violence in this country. Very sad.
Stephanie Tracy
01:27:11
His experiences in his community & saying what he learned from your class are powerful Very eloquent
Lindsay Diaz
01:27:24
Something that stuck out and made me wince a bit was the fact that he said, if you don’t know the systems you could be a victim.Sadly, I feel like you could just be a victim regardless of knowing the system
Gretchen Spencer
01:27:26
It's powerful, and I'm glad that there is some value in teaching criminal justice and rights. I worked on a research project regarding Miranda Rights and whether ESOL learners could actually understand them. Our research showed they could not, regardless of level. In fact, many native speakers did not either.
Lynn LeClaire
01:27:33
He gave a very good, honest talk. His advice to be respectful makes sense. The nuclear device of voting!
Burgen Young
01:27:51
His openness shows that he has a strong relationship with his teacher. He felt safe sharing the truth.
Nancy Caldwell
01:28:50
Given the importance he placed on voice, I want to help students develop and assert theirs.
Tessa Peixoto
01:29:03
Same @Nancy!
Lynn LeClaire
01:29:27
I agree, Nancy!
Lynn LeClaire
01:30:07
Good point, Kamala. I have learned so much from my students!
Michelle Candy
01:31:06
I'm going to have to leave, but I look forward to watching the rest . . . . I teach in corrections . . . . with students coming and leaving every week. It's hard to build community when there are changes every week . . . .
Ann Darden
01:32:08
Most important to listen.
Keri Marion
01:32:11
100%
Meg Reynolds
01:32:12
I need to be reminded of this! I am not great at it and need work at it.
Debbie Lane
01:32:29
I’m thinking staff needs to have the conversation first in staff development before taking it into class with students Maybe “model” and practice this difficult conversation.
Jessica Levy
01:33:28
Thank you for framing it this way!
Beverly Keim
01:33:50
Talking to the Traffic Police - what an **EXCELLENT** civics topic & invitation for some deep conversation
Ebony Vandross
01:33:51
Hi Mindy -- Reminder to please select “all panelists and attendees” above the chat box so that your comments can be seen by everyone. Thanks!
Eileen Montbleau
01:33:59
Good idea Debbie.
Keri Marion
01:35:21
this is a great list!
Mindy Levokove
01:35:34
Ebony, Thanks! Is this the way?
Cynthia Peters
01:35:46
You got it, Mindy!
Ebony Vandross
01:35:50
Yes. Thanks Mindy!
Eileen Montbleau
01:36:36
Great vocabulary list! Good for students to know what these words mean.
Keri Marion
01:36:46
even the -isms as a suffix is a great grammar point
Keri Marion
01:37:08
ageism, ableism, sexism, jingoism
Gretchen Spencer
01:37:30
These are great examples. When we're expected to complete certain topics I struggle to find where to fit in social issues
Biviana Acevedo
01:37:41
thanks
Kathy Budway
01:38:52
First and foremost, do the work yourself and educate yourself. Once you are free, you can help free the minds of your students, many of whom are unaware of the true history of this nation.
MATTHEW HOROWITZ
01:39:00
Thank you, Jamie Adelson-Goldstein for the OPD!
Keri Marion
01:39:23
I'm sorry, I think the trial verdict is about to come in
Debbie Lane
01:39:30
Verdict being read now on national stations fyi
Vince DeStefano
01:39:46
Part of what's tough is that I've had students tell me that their life has enough darkness in it, and they don't want to be stressed out by content in English class. They aren't the only opinion in that room, but doing this while being mindful of mental health and trauma sounds extremely tricky.
Cynthia Peters
01:39:53
Thanks for keeping us posted. We'll pause when we hear the verdict
Vince DeStefano
01:40:08
And as soon as I typed that, talking about fun celebrations popped up, haha. Serendipity.
Cynthia Peters
01:40:13
We are not checking the news, however, so please letl us know
Jessica Handrik
01:40:27
verdict now
Alice-Ann Beachy
01:40:33
Jury has entered
Leah Clay-Youman
01:40:41
Thanks, Kathy. (From Leah in NY who was in family literacy in AZ 25 yrs ago!)
Heather Patterson
01:40:59
guilty
Mark Trushkowsky
01:41:01
Murder in 2nd degree - guilty
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:41:13
Thank God!!!!
Cynthia Peters
01:41:16
I'll interrupt RIva in a moment
Mark Trushkowsky
01:41:18
Murder in 3rd degree - guilty
Nan Frydland
01:41:33
Guilty on all three counts
Jennifer Stanowski
01:41:43
I too have had students ask me not to cover social issues in class because class is the only place they can "get away" and focus on themselves in a different way. As a student-centered educator I had a hard time knowing how to respond to this.
Mark Trushkowsky
01:41:43
Manslaughter in 2nd degree - guilty
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:41:45
Justice at last!!!!!
Lori Carswell
01:42:06
Guilty on all three charges.
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
01:42:36
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bonnie Nicholas
01:42:36
It's a moment of justice.
Philip Anderson
01:42:38
Haiti is often viewed as having a single story - but it has so many complex stories.
Lynn LeClaire
01:42:51
Hooray! It's a moment of justice! About time!
Joy Gaine
01:43:13
Collective deep breath
Eliana Stanislawski
01:43:21
As we gather together to try and bring justice to our classrooms and we also watch the trial play out, I think it is critical to remember that: (1) this is not justice because nothing will bring back George Floyd and (2) a carceral system will never bring justice to our society. This doesn’t bring me joy or relief, although if anything I hope it brings his family some peace.
Mindy Levokove
01:43:21
Halleluia
MATTHEW HOROWITZ
01:43:23
I cannot image a better place for me to be than with you all at this historic moment.
Keri Marion
01:43:39
I am overwhelmed with a myriad of feelings
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:43:50
tears of relief
Kathryn Long
01:43:55
I am crying, and I didn't expect that, either.
Lori Carswell
01:44:00
As others are pointing out, justice would have been if George Floyd were still alive. However, still good news for sure. Heart is pounding with relief
Tessa Peixoto
01:44:02
It’ll be better when this becomes more common for when there are deaths at the hands of police. Thorough trials.
Ebony Vandross
01:44:08
There's much more work to do to dismantle this system but I'm glad we're seeing some semblance of justice, and hope George's family finds some relief in this
Leah Clay-Youman
01:44:16
Me too, Gillian.
Maegan Morris
01:44:32
and peace
Eliana Stanislawski
01:45:09
Now let’s do the entire system of policing and prisons.
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:45:26
Amen to that too!
Cynthia Peters
01:45:37
Thank you all for holding so much during this webinar and this historic moment!
Ebony Vandross
01:45:49
Hi Stacy -- Reminder to please select “all panelists and attendees” above the chat box so that your comments can be seen by everyone. Thanks!
Philip Anderson
01:46:07
A moment we will remember where we were for years to come.
Leah Patterson
01:46:10
Thank you for that point
Cynthia Peters
01:47:59
WE are strong. WE are beautiful and we are excellent
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:48:18
<3
Manuel Padilla
01:48:31
love it !
Joan Wing
01:48:33
Thank you all! I look forward to watching this recording, but I am in Minneapolis and overcome with emotion! Thank you!
Elizabeth McDowell
01:48:49
take care, :Joan
Mindy Levokove
01:49:00
A beautiful move, Riva!
Keri Marion
01:49:05
That's a great point, Riva!
Jessica Levy
01:49:27
Thanks for that point.
Ersilia Loustaunau
01:49:51
Leah! We miss you in AZ. Glad to "see" you here.
Jessica Levy
01:50:15
Thanks for modeling that by sharing student voices in this presentation.
Keri Marion
01:52:04
It really is, and I feel bad that I had split attention for a moment, but also very grateful that you are recording this for later because I recognize the content here is also important!
Manuel Padilla
01:52:54
the change agent have an option to translate the articles to spanish or some other language?
Cynthia Peters
01:54:03
We don't translate into other languages at this time
Keri Marion
01:54:08
Manuel, are you teaching English? The only reason I ask is because they do list the approximate reading levels along with the titles.
Rachel Mehl
01:54:43
Can we share these Google Slides presentations with colleagues?
Rachel Mehl
01:55:02
Thank you for this great resource!!!
Jessica Levy
01:55:02
Thank you!
Edie Lantz Leppert
01:55:05
Manuel coordinates our GED en espanol program, and we're always on the lookout for great materials in Spanish
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
01:55:16
Hooray for Creative Commons mindset!
Keri Marion
01:55:48
Edie, I think it was Newslea that I saw had some Spanish articles
Cynthia Peters
01:55:59
Riva's lesson on Talking to the Police: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1R65eaoC5eL8d3geK_vLn1Vr4uB4lYG3jzlyNw2MlxpQ/edit#slide=id.p
Edie Lantz Leppert
01:56:16
Yes, Newsela and Common Lit are two good ones. Open to others!
Jessica Levy
01:56:21
It’s so much work to put together these kinds of materials - especially for current events - trying to come up with stuff that’s timely and relevant.
Ebony Vandross
01:56:21
Black Lives Matter: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1mmmB8TUQ4oB3YFqKnALADo3yexqwMwBX-GwW5QjwcHk/edit#slide=id.gada0c383aa_0_33
Cynthia Peters
01:56:23
Equality vs. Equity https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rD3nRysZZZR7GIwDr3fUg4nIo-ALj_9w02WvzV5dW9A/edit#slide=id.ga57fe0bb9c_0_51
Ebony Vandross
01:56:32
Talking to the Police: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1R65eaoC5eL8d3geK_vLn1Vr4uB4lYG3jzlyNw2MlxpQ/edit#slide=id.p
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:56:33
This looks different from what you were showing us
Beverly Keim
01:57:34
fwiw, all: I find it helpful to highlight all comments (CTRL-A), then cut & paste it all into a word doc--to keep this chat
GILLIAN BURLESON
01:57:41
That's ok. I thought it was only one. I've found 3 links so far
Rachel Mehl
01:57:57
I don’t see Intro to Racism in the US
Ebony Vandross
01:58:08
They're all posted in the Q&A right now
Beverly Keim
01:58:11
Thank you for that assurance, Cynthia@!
Rachel Mehl
01:58:24
Thank you! :)
Maegan Morris
01:58:25
Again, All the links are also in the Q&A
Elizabeth McDowell
01:58:33
So, everyone--I didn't want to put a person's name down when we talked in the beginning==who were we honoring with this training... BUt she just called me, weeping to express relief over the trial results.
Eliana Stanislawski
01:58:36
Would we have permission to adapt these to different levels?
Riva Pearson
01:58:40
Introduction to Racism in the U.S.: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tVMkVNPyjR9Mrldx_UJmqTL9J2YNyH4fwGulQKBsz8k/edit#slide=id.gadd976123d_0_58
Eliana Stanislawski
01:59:14
Thank you! :)
Beverly Keim
01:59:18
I so much appreciate the concrete, practical, actionable ideas in these webinars. Thank you sooo much for that
Bonnie Nicholas
01:59:50
I truly appreciate your openness and generosity in sharing your materials.
Gretchen Spencer
01:59:57
Thank you for sharing such excellent resources.
Alice-Ann Beachy
01:59:59
Some of these would also be good for staff development sessions. Many of my coworkers are immigrants themselves and have varying degrees of understanding of some of these concepts (i.e. Black Lives Matter vs All Lives Matter)
Keri Marion
02:00:08
Thank you so much! I'm looking forward to the replay!
Eileen Montbleau
02:00:09
Thank you very much. Excellent presentation!
Michelle Brzezowski
02:00:10
I have really enjoyed the new Google Slides lesson supplement with the publication. Thank you for that addition.
Julia DiPietro
02:00:15
Thank you so much for this!
Staci Van Art
02:00:19
Thank you so much. This is wonderful info.
Ersilia Loustaunau
02:00:34
Thank you, everyone.
Elizabeth Acosta
02:00:39
The Google Slides are wonderful. I had been creating some for my class—but now I am going to use yours. Beautiful!
Elizabeth McDowell
02:00:47
Bringing these all to our Justice and Equity Task Force for the entire CAP agency. Great conversations for any level, any role.
Philip Anderson
02:00:48
With immense appreciation for your realness and support over the years!
Rebecca Tesdell
02:00:58
Many thanks for the practical advice and resources! I love using The Change Agent in my ESL classes.
Ann Darden
02:01:00
Thank you for providing this important and relavant information.
Allison Hoden
02:01:03
Great webinar, the most helpful one I've attended in a long time. Thank you!
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
02:01:18
Thank you so much, Riva and Cynthia.
Janine Bell
02:01:26
Thank you so very much! I will certainly share with the staff in my program!
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
02:01:29
Thank you so much- This was excellent. I especially appreciated the other voices you brought into the session.
Maegan Morris
02:01:31
https://jsi.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BsF6hyN1Tt-yOLJ6M05ptg
phil cackley
02:01:46
Again, these webinars are very helpful. Thank you! And thanks to your team for making the tech aspects go so smoothly
Pamela Schmoll
02:01:49
Thanks so much for am amazing presentation with so many valuable resources!!
Irva Adams
02:02:08
Thank you! Excellent!!!!
Manuel Padilla
02:02:09
Thank you! it was helpful
Lynn LeClaire
02:02:09
Thank you. I am learning so much!
Krystina Janus
02:02:14
Great session and much appreciated!
Mary Dunlap
02:02:20
Thank you for the informative and timely webinar. My building is closing, but I look forward to exploring the links you have shared.
Ebony Vandross
02:02:27
https://changeagent.nelrc.org/
Maegan Morris
02:02:27
https://jsi.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BsF6hyN1Tt-yOLJ6M05ptg
Emily Bosley
02:02:30
This series is wonderful - important work. Thanks so much for all of your work to provide them.
Mark Trushkowsky
02:02:38
Math folks out there, we need to create slide shows that incorporate math as a tool in these explorations of the history and resistance of race and racism.
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
02:02:41
This is beyond helpful.
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
02:02:58
Will these slides be emailed to us?
Jennifer Stanowski
02:03:10
Thank you for your amazing work pulling these critical resources together, especially for including student voices.
GILLIAN BURLESON
02:03:26
She's amazing and inspirational!
Barbara Gibbs
02:03:34
Thank you for the work.
Elke Stappert
02:03:38
Thank you!
Vince DeStefano
02:03:42
Thank you!
Heather Pelletier
02:03:46
Thank you!
Silja Kallenbach
02:03:48
Thank you Cynthia and Riva!
Mark Trushkowsky
02:03:48
Please pass my thanks on to your amazing students who shared their voices
Julia Herman
02:03:50
Thank you!
Alice-Ann Beachy
02:03:52
Amazing! Thank you!
Mark Trushkowsky
02:03:56
Thank you Cynthia and Riva!
Lori Carswell
02:04:01
Thank you all!
Nan Frydland
02:04:01
Amazing work, thanks so much.
Leah Patterson
02:04:03
thank you!
Elizabeth McDowell
02:04:07
YEs thanks to the students who really brought it home for us.
Nancy Caldwell
02:04:10
Your commitment, creativity, and caring are inspiring. Thanks so much!
Nan Frydland
02:04:13
Thank God we have some justice today.
Bonnie Nicholas
02:04:15
Thank-you so much. This was truly an historic moment.
Stephanie Tracy
02:04:16
Thanks you!
Rachel Mehl
02:04:26
Yes, please convey to your students how inspiring and educational their videos are for educators around the US. I appreciate them.
Mindy Levokove
02:04:27
Thank you so much, panelists and participants. A gorgeous, very special time. Very grateful, as ever! All my love, Mindy
Elizabeth Acosta
02:04:41
Thank you! This was wonderful!!!
Virginia Dugan
02:04:47
Thank you EVERYONE!
Heidi Schuler-Jones
02:04:48
Thank you, Cynthia, Riva, and all the student voices who taught us today. I am leaving this time more hopeful and better-equipped to do this work and have these conversations than when I arrived. THANK YOU!
GILLIAN BURLESON
02:04:53
Applause for all!
Michelle Brzezowski
02:05:02
GREAT Job, thank you!
Erika Husby
02:05:06
Question: resources for low level ESL classes?
Iris Yagi
02:05:13
Thank you!
Dawn Hannah
02:05:19
Thank you, All. Well done!
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
02:05:37
Thank you so very much.
Andrea Gazaway
02:06:00
Thank you so much for doing this wonderful series
Riva Pearson
02:07:05
https://jsi.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BsF6hyN1Tt-yOLJ6M05ptg?_x_zm_rtaid=7w75gV_VSv-uWS3gTRCNAw.1618954357932.4b029652f02371850ebf3ed21c77991c&_x_zm_rhtaid=62
Maegan Morris
02:07:06
https://jsi.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BsF6hyN1Tt-yOLJ6M05ptg
Mark Trushkowsky
02:07:06
https://www.worlded.org/WEIInternet/us/expertise/display.cfm?tid=1004&id=763&xid=3132&utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=EDI_Webinar_3/2021&utm_medium=email
MATTHEW HOROWITZ
02:07:09
Thank you both for an exceptional presentation with excellent tools.
Rebecca Hale (she/her)
02:07:45
Thank you so very much.