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Teaching Elementary Students Math Online with Screencasts - Shared screen with speaker view
Janette
26:05
She used direct modeling
Ghazal Saad
26:08
she made representations
Ngocthy Dinh
26:09
she drew 32 tally marks
Marlene Carranza_first
26:10
counted one by one
Nicole Avila
26:11
Direct modeling with ones
Kathy Taylor
26:13
Showing the total
Miller, Petrina
26:14
Made 4 boxes and then tallied each one until she got to 32
AnnaLee Weatherbee
26:14
equal groups
NAOYA IMANISHI
26:15
Looks like there’s 4 squares that she segmented
Taylor, Sara
26:19
I see four groups
Niles Citrina
26:20
Used tick marks
Ngocthy Dinh
26:28
There might be 4 boxes
Lisa Carney Farwell
26:30
It looks like she divided up the balloons into four squares.
Eudelia T
26:31
She is able to break apart the total into 4 equal groups
Michelle Kohler 2nd CVESD
26:31
I see the 4 quadrants she drew to represent the 4 groups.
Rachel Rahilly
26:32
Separated them into 4 boxes
Leti
26:36
She tried to make 4 groups of 8
sherrydavis
26:37
Looks like she counted 32 balloons and then split them into four groups.
Olivia
26:55
She drew a large T then grouped them into 4 groups.
Iger, Jill
27:01
i counted 34
PERERA
27:56
she grouped them Rebecca.perera.
Miller, Petrina
29:18
Her borders got confused and became part of her tally which helped to get her off count.
Tori Pinkston
29:20
What website did she use to show her strategy
Leti
29:53
She began by knowing to make 4 groups
Karen Green
29:53
She started with groups of 4
Ngocthy Dinh
29:54
she knew to make 4 groups right from the beginning
Nadya Manriquez
29:56
that's great how she strated by immediately adding 4 groups of 4
Lisa Lamb
30:03
Welcome! If you just joined, the google folder that contains slides is Google Folder Short URL: https://bit.ly/2SuNpXO
Leti
30:04
and then put 4 into each group
Ashley Franklin
30:04
She was able to skip count when going back to count how many she had after drawing 4 in each group.
Yamile Gutierrez
30:08
She knew that every group had to have the same and started with 4 right away
Ngocthy Dinh
30:39
She gave each group 4 at first and then gave each group 1 until she made sure she had divided 32
Vivian.Bangle
31:07
It really helped to see how she solved the problem rather than just having the finished product.
Jace Hargis
32:19
http://hippasus.com/blog/archives/227
Lisa Lamb
32:27
Thoughtful comments in the chat!
Jace Hargis
33:33
Cavanaugh, C., Hargis, J., Kamali, T., & Soto, M. (June 2013). Substitution to augmentation: Faculty adoption of iPad mobile learning in higher education. Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 10(2).
Carol Prime
35:57
What I loved about the screencast for 32 dividd by 4 is that it allows the teacher to go back and see what the child was doing and thinking, as opposed to just looking at a static paper and guessing what the child did. The screencast gives the teacher as many sets of eyes as there are children in the class. Amazing.
Lisa Lamb
36:26
Love the insight on what screen casting offers teachers!
Jace Hargis
36:46
Dot Talk https://translate.google.com/#view=home&op=translate&sl=en&tl=es&text=You%20will%20engage%20in%20a%20Dot%20Talk.%20Find%20your%20grade%20level%20and%20share%20how%20many%20dots%20you%20saw%20and%20how%20you%20saw%20them.
Andrea Lugo
37:55
That’s awesome. Never thought to do that!
Colin Leahey
38:16
Can we include more than one language? For instance, could we have English, Spanish, and Vietnamese?
Lisa Lamb
38:22
Yes!
Casillas, Velia
38:33
I love this!!
Lisa Lamb
38:45
We’ll post the dot talk in just a minute!
Carol Prime
39:51
Thank you for showing how to translate within Jamboard. Wow!
jaquelina.aguilar
40:50
What a good idea.
Jace Hargis
41:38
Jamboard https://edu.google.com/products/jamboard/?modal_active=none
Andrea Lugo
42:54
I am on an iPad, will it work?
Leti
42:55
Hi The link takes me to a general Google Jam Board Getting Started stie
Jaclyn Brown
42:57
The Link did not take me there
Miller, Petrina
42:59
okay, I am stuck in chat. I don't know how to get from chat to link.
Jaclyn Brown
43:06
It just went to the jam board homepage
Iger, Jill
43:13
mine too
Lisa Lambuth
43:17
The link didn’t work for me.
Rivera, Leslie
43:18
Mine too
sherrydavis
43:18
same
Emily Yamasaki
43:20
Is there a way for students to add audio to Jamboard?
Allison Miller
43:20
same
Sarah Breech
43:21
same
Nicole Avila
43:22
It only goes to the general jamboard page.
Susan Ferdman @ Canoga Park Elementary School
43:26
I am at the getting started. I don't see the jamboard for this session
Jennifer Johnson
43:27
Same here.
Michelle Kohler 2nd CVESD
43:28
I’m on my phone so I’m switching to my laptop to access
Laura
43:28
Says I need to create a link
Leti
43:28
Can you help us out? What do we have to do to get in?
Jace Hargis
43:31
Please click on Getting Started
Nadya Manriquez
43:33
It says I don't have anything on jamboard
liz
43:36
I had the same trouble with the link
Chris
43:36
When I click on Dot Talk, I’m being directed to the translation, but don’t see the slides
Janette
43:37
I can’t access it
Lisa Lamb
43:40
https://bit.ly/2VZM3Gt
Miller, Petrina
43:51
i highlighted it and tried to copy and paste but now i am stuck in zoom and cannot minimize my screen to get to a browser screen.
Leti
43:52
Thank you
chris krysinski
43:55
Also cannot access.. not granted permission
asantoyo
43:59
We are sorry, but you do not have access to Jamboard Web and Mobile Apps. Please contact your Organization Administrator for access.
Maricela Cruz
44:11
I left so maybe someone else can try
Chris
44:11
Yes, that works, but there’s too many people at this time : ). Thanks!
Nadya Manriquez
44:19
too many people trying to access it
Lisa Lamb
44:23
I left too, try again!
sherrydavis
44:27
It’s not available for my district’s domain yet… so it won’t let me access.
melissafarlow
44:41
Would it be helpful for us to close out the Jamboard tab after we write our response?
Choi, Christine
44:48
https://bit.ly/2VZM3Gt
Choi, Christine
44:50
This link works
Dorn, Brittany
44:51
LAUSD students can’t use Jamboard with their mymail emails
Leti
45:03
Lisa’s link worked, it’s just oo many people.
Allison Miller
45:16
I just started my own and checked it out. Pretty cool!
Teresa Boulais
46:11
This works https://bit.ly/2VZM3Gt
Casillas, Velia
46:23
I couldn’t get in but I made one and tried to figure out the tools.
Lisa Lamb
46:25
Nice work to create your own!
Leti
46:36
LAUSD has very stringent security privacy requirements before permitting access to use apps with our students
liz
46:47
I was able to get in and try it out, thanks
Lisa Lamb
47:21
Thank you all for your flexibility!
Jace Hargis
48:00
Screencastify (free, Chrome)Mac Quicktime (free)Nimbus (free)LOOM (free)Screencast-o-matic (free)Jing (free)
valerie.miller
48:21
Screencast-o-matic allows 15 min for free always
Jace Hargis
48:25
Mobile TechShowMe (free)Educreations (free)Explain Everything ($7 US)
Leti
49:02
Each child would have to pay $7?
Jace Hargis
50:21
Indeed, the Explain Everything App cost $7 USD for the app download.
Karen Green
50:57
But if a school with iPads you get the discounted rate at 10 or more at a time for Explain Everything
Jace Hargis
51:05
ShowMe is very similar app and it is free.
Rocio Saldana
52:39
How could you represent your hands and your thinking on the paper?
Katie Bradshaw
54:00
I would ask: How did you know to stop at 11?
Ngocthy Dinh
54:08
Thank you! I have to hop off now for another meeting, but I'll catch the recording.
jstrasser
54:47
Is there another way to solve it?
Sarah Breech
54:52
Why did you start with 7?
aasaro
54:57
Where are the seven lions from the beginning in your picture.
Miller, Petrina
54:59
counting on. I like how he established his starting place by using the hands. Why did you start writing the numbers instead of drawing more fingers?
Ghazal Saad
55:00
Why you wrote these number
Madison Labshere
55:05
He might have held up 4 fingers and just counted until he had used all his fingers
NAOYA IMANISHI
55:12
What do the 7 fingers represent?
Jennifer Johnson
55:17
Can you write a number sentence that represents this problem?
Lisa Lamb
55:28
A great set of wonderful questions you could pose!
Carol Prime
55:45
He went from concrete fingers to abstract counting on.
Martinez, Veronica
55:52
it was a direct model of his thinking
Carol Prime
57:05
Thank you for sharing the excellent questions.
Jamie Walsh
58:01
Thank you for the excellent resources, Melissa! I have to join another meeting.
adevoe
58:18
I’m assuming these videos are using Zoom. How are the students sharing their screen? Are you making the host or are they using one of the apps previously mentioned?
Jace Hargis
59:21
How do you think students will engage in screencasting?
Karen Green
59:26
a padlet might be another idea for someone who cannot use jam board
Leti
01:00:09
Are there job aids for students and parents on how to set up a screen cast and send it to the teacher?
Miller, Petrina
01:00:39
Okay, for clarification, screencast is just a method of using multiple platforms in order to engage the students, correct? It is not a specific platform.
Casillas, Velia
01:00:54
The only thing I’ve had kids share on Zoom is Google Slides presentations. So I have them Share it with me, then I share the screen with their presentation on it.
Iger, Jill
01:01:14
If you want students to collaborate and share strategies with partner in class or with another class, can they record a comment on each other’s screencasts?
sherrydavis
01:01:44
If your students use iPads, they have “screen record” on the iPad. It will save it to their camera roll and then you can have them post it where you want.
michelle.kohler
01:02:20
I teach 2nd grade. I would like to try out “Which One Doesn’t Belong?” Using Flipgrid. Students can record their video responses and comment on one another’s responses. We also have synchronous class meetings on Microsoft Teams, but not all students are online at the same time. Perhaps I could do 50/50 asynchronous on Flipgrid and live on Teams.
Karen Green
01:02:43
I’m doing dot talks with TK kids - one a week during this distance learning that they respond in Seesaw - working great!
Lisa Lamb
01:03:07
Nice ideas for using WODB and Dot Talks!
Carol Prime
01:03:15
So is it correct that the children use Zoom to share, and the various apps that you have shared to do the work, which is what they share via Zoom?
Jace Hargis
01:03:16
In response to the Padlet comment, indeed this could be a sandbox for post its and connections, others include Lino - Dotstorming - Wakelet - Scrumblr
michelle.kohler
01:03:25
That sounds like fun, Karen. I need to check out SeeSaw. I have not heard of it.
R-Vizcarra Noemi
01:03:47
I agree your earlier idea of starting off with a familiar task when exploring the technology for the first time
NAOYA IMANISHI
01:03:48
FlipGrid also is a great way for students to share videos of their thinking
michelle.kohler
01:04:16
Flipgrid allow video comments on each other’s videos
Jaclyn Brown
01:04:30
They can post their screencast on pallet and add an audio comment
Jaclyn Brown
01:04:44
Padlet**
sherrydavis
01:04:49
Michelle… Seesaw is amazing… definitely check it out!
Ashley Franklin
01:05:04
On Microsoft teams there is the option to create a "channel" where students post photos/videos of their work. They can then comment on each other's work or "like" their posts.
jstrasser
01:05:06
I like that idea jaclyn
michelle.kohler
01:05:09
I will! Thanks. Which grade do you teach? I’m 2nd
sherrydavis
01:05:18
I teach 5th
sherrydavis
01:05:30
Our entire school uses it
Jaclyn Brown
01:05:38
I teach 5th grade also, but it is definitely usable for younger kiddos
michelle.kohler
01:05:45
Nice!
Sarah Breech
01:05:53
I’m using SeeSaw with 2nd now.
mandyvowles
01:06:12
Can you group students in a breakout room and have them share a jam board as a group?
Carol Prime
01:06:14
We use Sibme to make comments on each other’s videos, but there is a fee for this app. Does Google have an app where videos can be uploaded and commented on?
chris krysinski
01:06:28
I am now using Seesaw with 3rd.. it is wonderful!
mandyvowles
01:07:01
thankyou
Miller, Petrina
01:07:02
I use classdojo and seesaw, but need much more practice in order to get to the level of using screencast projects.
Jace Hargis
01:07:13
In response to “screencast is a method of using multiple platforms to engage students, correct? It is not a specific platform” - close, screencasts is an application (not technically a platform) capture all activities on the screen, which could be many activities.
Jaclyn Brown
01:07:23
Padlet
chris krysinski
01:07:42
Seesaw has everything right there to screencast
jstrasser
01:07:54
no
sherrydavis
01:07:56
If you use Google Classroom, I think students could post their videos in the stream and others can watch and respond
chris krysinski
01:07:56
kids screencast their assignments
sherrydavis
01:07:58
YES
Miller, Petrina
01:08:04
got it. that's what i thought. thank you!
sherrydavis
01:08:06
Flipgrid… just added screenrecord
Darby
01:08:12
You could record a screencast ahead of time and they could upload it too flibgrid.
Laura Velez
01:08:16
Flipgrid has a whiteboard feature that students can record as they explain.
sherrydavis
01:08:19
They have a whiteboard on Flipgrid
NAOYA IMANISHI
01:08:23
Flipgrid -they can upload video/pics from their phone/iPad too
sherrydavis
01:08:26
They can also upload a picture
jstrasser
01:08:55
I didn’t know that. Thanks!
Jace Hargis
01:08:56
How to Use Flipgrid to Make Screencast Videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvvFj8pWzLo
Jennette Aranda
01:09:37
Will slidedeck be shared?
Jace Hargis
01:09:49
Future sessions, check out past sessions with links to recordings and resources:https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
Valentyna Banner
01:09:54
Thank you so much, Melissa! This is great!
Christine Jackson
01:09:56
Thank you, excellent training!
Jace Hargis
01:10:02
Sign Up for Announcements on Future Events:http://eepurl.com/dd6KTr
Ghazal Saad
01:10:07
Thanks!
sherrydavis
01:10:09
Great information! Thank you :-)
Lisa Lamb
01:10:12
For a listing of sessions, see sdmathproject.sdsu.edu
Casillas, Velia
01:10:13
This was wonderful! Thank you
Gloria Davies
01:10:16
Thank you again!
Cheryl Basto
01:10:20
THANK YOU!
Gilbert Fausto
01:10:22
Thank you
Jace Hargis
01:10:22
Evaluation Form https://forms.gle/pp3YAaXH5VRFH6T38
michelle.kohler
01:10:25
Thank you so much, Melissa and your colleagues. I appreciated the interactive Jam board, which was new to me. And Teachers for your suggestions on the apps too.
Karen Wilform
01:10:26
Thank you, Melissa!
valerie.miller
01:10:28
Great job!
Susan Ferdman @ Canoga Park Elementary School
01:10:30
Thank you!!!!
Simona Guzman
01:10:31
Thank You, always a great learning session!
Darby
01:10:33
Thank you!
Nadya Manriquez
01:10:35
Thanks so much!!!
aasaro
01:10:39
excellent. Thank you.
tiffanycaparas
01:10:39
Thank you so much!
Jace Hargis
01:10:43
Dr. Soto Twitter @Melissoto
chris krysinski
01:10:46
Thank you!!
ROBERTA JOHNSTON
01:10:47
Thank you! It was very helpful!
Rachel Rahilly
01:10:57
Thank you Dr. Soto!!
Wheat Emily
01:10:57
Thank you so much! This was very helpful and inspired me to start this with my students tomorrow!
Nicole Avila
01:11:00
Thank you!
Takahashi, Edlyn
01:11:03
Thank you sharing some great information.
Barrera, Beverly
01:11:11
Thank you!
adevoe
01:11:13
Thank you!
Susana Valdez
01:11:22
Thank you so, this was awesome information!
geri
01:11:24
Thank you, Melissa!
Lisa Lambuth
01:11:25
Thank you for providing this for us!
lknight
01:11:31
Thank you for this informative presentation!
Ben Brahim Nadia
01:11:37
Thank you!!!
Nadya Manriquez
01:11:37
Great resource!
Ana Muro
01:11:43
¡Gracias!
kdubnicka
01:11:43
Thank You!!
Rocio Saldana
01:11:43
is it possible to share a couple of the videos with the students to show teachers what a great resource screencasts offer?
Yamile Gutierrez
01:11:44
Thank you!
Jace Hargis
01:11:51
Evaluation Form https://forms.gle/pp3YAaXH5VRFH6T38
Sarah Breech
01:11:51
Thanks!
Maria Garibaldi
01:11:53
Thank you! A lot to research and think about!
Miller, Petrina
01:11:55
Thank you!
Emily Yamasaki
01:11:56
Completed the feedback form! Thank you!
Katherine Tarantino
01:11:56
Thank you for sharing!
liz
01:11:57
Thank you. These online workshops are so informative.
Olivia Lucero
01:11:58
Thank you Dr. Soto! Very informative!
Katie Bradshaw
01:12:02
Thank you Melissa!
Ben Brahim Nadia
01:12:06
Excellent!
Sophia Sychareun
01:12:07
great ideas. info was helpful
Susana Valdez
01:12:10
Will your slides be on Schoology?
erathe
01:12:27
Thank you! Really excited about trying some of these ideas with my kiddos.
Maureen Kuck
01:12:32
Thank you for the presentation
Lisa Lamb
01:12:34
Slides and the google folder are already posted on sdmathproject.sdsu.edu
Jace Hargis
01:12:38
Melissa M. Soto, Ph.D.melissa.soto@sdsu.edu
Rocio Saldana
01:12:40
Thank you!
Jace Hargis
01:13:02
Google Folder Short URL:https://bit.ly/2SuNpXO
Kamille Mas
01:13:13
Thank you!!!
mandyvowles
01:13:16
thank you so much!!!!!
Alec Acierto
01:13:41
Thank you Dr. Soto!
Jill Levan
01:13:49
Thank you
chanbir puri
01:13:55
Thank you!!
Ramaya, Christina M
01:13:57
Thank you!
Elizabeth Bowling
01:13:59
Thank you!
Susana Valdez
01:14:00
Thank you!
Mari Aguilera
01:14:03
Thank You!