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Teaching and Learning Critical Science with Multilingual Students - Shared screen with speaker view
Aremi Lopez
35:51
They are all men
cynthia.montano
35:53
All males
Aimee Islas
35:54
men only
Amanda Nonomura
35:55
PPE
maria.nelson
35:57
male
Aimee Islas
35:57
white lab coats
Gaurav Thayil
35:59
labcoats
Amanda Nonomura
36:03
Indoors
Jose Gaxiola (he/him)
36:12
lab coats, goggles, uniform
Maiko Lizarraga
36:12
males in lab equipment
Stephanie Raygoza
42:35
Great example of that is Henrietta Lacks, and her HeLa cell
Maiko Lizarraga
43:41
very structured and controlled. not much room for self driven exploration.
Bishop William
44:04
not much
Amanda Nonomura
44:10
I'm lucky to have a scientist dad, so science has always been everywhere. :D
Shawna Jaggi
44:11
Most of my K-5 science learning was outside of school, Middle school was very traditional and western science oriented, High school I took many different types of sciences and explored
Néstor Daniel Espinoza-Agraz
44:11
Mediocre Foss-style lessons that were usually time fillers on Friday.
jessicawoll (she/her)
44:19
I don’t have a very clearly memory of science in Elementary or Middle School, which I think speaks for itself. I do remember in high school science being a lot of memorization.
jessicawoll (she/her)
44:28
Or replication of labs that were already done
Lizeth Astorga
44:28
Book Science
Jose Gaxiola (he/him)
44:35
Science instruction was limited. We did science in the classroom. We did not have a science teacher. The materials and resources were limited or lacking. Not much "experimenting".
Bishop William
44:58
Sorry, by not much I meant that we did not have a lot of science instruction in grades k-5. I think 5th grade was my first "science" class
erika lizardi valerio
45:02
Very structured without many connections or exploration opportunities for us as students.
cynthia.montano
45:05
Dissected a frog and a flower, some physics but I could never really apply it. Seemed foreign to me
Gaurav Thayil
45:16
I remember learning about the local ecosystem and having a little choice here or there about what animals I wanted to learn about
jessicawoll (she/her)
01:00:13
Student agency!
Aimee Islas
01:00:15
real life connections
Dana Ali
01:00:25
Real life connections
Jose Gaxiola (he/him)
01:00:27
Image and word rich. They were organized.
Lizeth Astorga
01:00:29
Student focused
Aremi Lopez
01:00:29
Student input
Gaurav Thayil
01:00:30
They're focused on the community - about their interests, needs, and identities
Amanda Nonomura
01:00:52
Looking beyond the textbook
Amanda Nonomura
01:00:58
Student-guided
Maiko Lizarraga
01:01:12
relevance
Dana Ali
01:06:42
This makes me feel better because I love NASA and TEDEd
Maiko Lizarraga
01:08:38
thank you Gisel Barret for providing me with this book :)
Lisa Lamb
01:14:12
Link to Google Drive Folder with resources from Dr. Navarro:https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/18ylMN1-vOUu60Uhg-LcrDnOfc2L5c6FF
ofelia.cortez
01:14:41
Please go back
Jaimes Ysabel
01:22:24
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!
Jessica Mentze
01:22:35
no
Shawna Jaggi
01:22:40
some
Aimee Islas
01:23:28
motivated
Dana Ali
01:23:34
Enlightened
Jose Gaxiola (he/him)
01:23:36
Empowered.
Maiko Lizarraga
01:23:36
motivated
Amanda Nonomura
01:23:36
Inspired
jessicawoll (she/her)
01:23:38
Inspired!
Jessica Mentze
01:23:41
Motivated
Lizeth Astorga
01:23:45
Inspired/Re-ergenized
Jaimes Ysabel
01:23:49
excited!!
Stephanie Raygoza
01:23:50
encouraged
Lizeth Astorga
01:24:14
You are awesome! Thank you!
M Soto
01:24:15
thank you so much. I needed a quick reminder of including everyone in my class and making my lessons relevant to today’s issues and topics
Claudia Hernandez
01:24:49
Thank you!
ofelia.cortez
01:25:11
Thank you
Gaurav Thayil
01:25:13
Thank you!
erika lizardi valerio
01:25:20
Thank you!
Jessica Mentze
01:25:29
Thank you!
Aimee Islas
01:25:31
Thank you for your time!
jessicawoll (she/her)
01:25:32
Yes, thank you!
Maiko Lizarraga
01:25:33
Thank you Dra. Navarro!
M Soto
01:25:37
Thank you. I’m glad I joined.
Jose Gaxiola (he/him)
01:25:46
Thank you Dr. Navarro!
Amanda Nonomura
01:25:47
Thank you!