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ATE_K Fall Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
ljcurtis
59:27
Inspirational!
Gary Andersen
59:54
Wow! Very powerful!
Nancy Albrecht
01:00:40
It is simply beautiful! Thank you for sharing, Tabatha!
Janet Stramel
01:00:51
WOW! Thank you for sharing. (And for making me cry this morning.)
Courtney Morris
01:00:54
This should be done in so many other places! What beautiful relationships and opportunities for both groups <3
lefeldstein
01:01:07
agreed!
lefeldstein
01:01:27
Glad my tissues are close….
Marc Childress
01:01:38
I’m not crying, you’re crying!
Dr. Ashlie Jack
01:02:08
I am In tears, thank you, Tabatha. You are impacting so many lives.
Jill Gonzalez
01:03:26
Yes, we are recording this session
Courtney Morris
01:03:58
Thank you!
Howard Pitler
01:04:27
This is a presentation every teacher and teacher candidate should hear.
Courtney Morris
01:06:06
Agreed. I'm on the board for Childcare and Early Learning in our County and I would LOVE to share this with them in addition to my students.
Jill Gonzalez
01:09:08
If you have any questions please post them in the chat box.
Sherry Goodvin
01:09:52
outstanding presentation very inspiring
ljcurtis
01:10:28
Do you intentionally plan activities that the residents do with students or is their interaction more in a free play opportunity?
Howard Pitler
01:10:39
Question - Winfield has universal pre-k. How did they get to that point? It’s amazing.
Courtney Morris
01:11:02
Are there any resources that you recommend for teaching social-emotional learning?
Alan English
01:12:52
Tabatha, I've done a bit of research on intergenerational education strategies being effective at community engagement. I was wondering if you have any antidotal insight as to how your program has impacted the community of Winfield. Thanks!
Sarah Tham
01:13:45
Agreed Howard! Knowing what the process makes it more tangible to push for such initiatives, especially at the thinking stages, just getting people to be open to that idea,
lefeldstein
01:19:30
I really believe we need to highlight the importance of SEL in educational and curriculum planning, but it often takes a ‘backseat’ to traditional content. Do you have any words of wisdom for advocating for prioritizing these crucial skills for children, esp at younger ages?
lefeldstein
01:23:53
What a great analogy, thank you!
Janet Stramel
01:26:58
Thank you SO much!!
Alan English
01:27:06
Thank you, Tabatha!
lefeldstein
01:27:07
Yes, thank you!