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Starting Strong: K-2 Skills - Shared screen with speaker view
Cayla Hauck
19:54
Cayla, Conifer, CO 2nd grade. Good Morning
Caryn Ziettlow
19:55
Caryn Ziettlow, North Bend Nebraska, Professional Developer:)
Kara Uhinck, EL Education (she, her, hers)
19:55
Welcome, love the music! Such a great start to the day!
christianeb
19:57
Hello! Christi Bond, Elmira NY, 1st grade teacher
Claire Andrews
20:04
Claire Andrews, 2nd grade teacher! Washington, DC!
Wendy Hodgson (she/her/hers), EL Education
20:06
Wendy, Detroit, Curriculum Support Specialist here at EL Education!
Hannah
20:12
Good Morning. I'm Hannah from Durango. I teach kinder at Park Elem
Kara Uhinck, EL Education (she, her, hers)
20:13
Hi, from sunny North Carolina!
Cheryl Robinson, EL Virtual PD Facilitator
20:16
Cheryl Robinson, Morrison, IL Virtual PD EL Education
Brittney Henderson-Fiestas
20:18
Brittney Henderson-Fiestas, Literacy Specialist, Washington DC
Eamon Montgomery
20:19
Good morning!
Eamon Montgomery
20:22
Wisconsin
Eamon Montgomery
20:26
Madison
Liv Thomas
20:27
Liv Thomas, East Palo Alto CA!
Anne Oberdzinski
20:29
Anne, Denver, CO first grade teacher
Melissa Magana
20:30
Melissa Magana, 1st Grade, Ruthven, Iowa
Helen Blevins
20:39
Helen from Danville, KY
Juliet Comer
20:40
Good morning! Juliet, 2nd grade, Denver, CO
Kathleen Thompson
20:40
Kate Thompson Massachusetts
Charlie Wright
20:40
Charlie Wright, Orlando but soon to be Chicago :)
Eileen Collins
20:41
Eileen Collins, Kindergarten, Columbus, OH
Graystone
20:41
Good Morning from Muncie, Indiana
Karla Millay
20:41
Good morning from Calhoun, Ky
Haily Malm
20:42
Haily Malm, Ruthven, Iowa, Kindergarten Teacher.
Becky Martinez (she/her/hers) EL Education
20:45
Good morning from Denver, everyone!!
Cheryl Robinson, EL Virtual PD Facilitator
20:47
heat index here in IL = triple digits today WHAT??
Gabriella Hutcheson
20:49
Gabriella Hutcheson, kindergarten teacher, Washington, DC
Kristine Kohler-Hall
20:53
Kristine Kohler-Hall, 2nd grade, Chicago Public Schools
Juanita Garcia
20:53
Juanita Garcia from Colorado
Alissa Klemencic
20:59
Alissa Klemencic, 1st grade, Moscow, ID
Sara Schumacher
21:10
Sara Schumacher, kindergarten, Highlands Ranch, CO
rosarodriguez
21:19
Rosa Rodriguez, Dewey School of Excellence in Chicago!
Cassie Schierman
21:36
Cassie, 2nd Grade, Moscow ID—Palouse Prairie School
LeAnn Casilio, EL Education (she/hers)
21:49
So excited! Thank you Dr. Miles for being here with all of us! 😊😊 Happy Monday everyone!
Wendy Hodgson (she/her/hers), EL Education
21:54
I’m so excited to have Dr. Miles with us today!
Amber Palony
22:14
Amber Palony here! Instructional coach from Minneapolis!
Becky Martinez (she/her/hers) EL Education
22:38
Thank you Dr. Miles for joining us and kicking off our work together this week!
Helene Brown
22:46
Helene Brown, Principal, Amana Academy West Atlanta!
Cheryl Robinson, EL Virtual PD Facilitator
22:47
Welcome Dr. Miles!! Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us today!
Helen Blevins
22:50
Thank you Dr. Miles!
Brittney Henderson-Fiestas
22:56
Welcome Dr. Miles!!!
Kara Uhinck, EL Education (she, her, hers)
23:14
Good Morning Dr. Miles! So glad to have you!
LeAnn Casilio, EL Education (she/hers)
23:51
Love that title, STRONG pair at the RIGHT Time!
Helen Blevins
25:19
Are you familiar with LETRS?
Caryn Ziettlow
30:13
Will we be able to access this PPT?
Kate Palumbo, EL Education [she, her, hers]
30:56
We are unable to share this PPT, Caryn.
Caryn Ziettlow
31:15
:)
Helen Blevins
36:29
awesome
Kate Palumbo, EL Education [she, her, hers]
37:45
We are indeed!
Kate Palumbo, EL Education [she, her, hers]
40:13
A moment to celebrate: children discovering and spelling initial and ending sounds in words!
Kate Palumbo, EL Education [she, her, hers]
42:32
Phases and NOT stages
Caryn Ziettlow
43:25
Students may be in and out of phases…
Henry Aiyenero
44:33
What is Phases vs Stages?
Danielle Hill
45:09
Who recommends the curriculum for teacher ed programs?
Cayla Hauck
45:40
Henry: I think phases are more fluid and not as cut and dry as stages. Students will move in and out of phases.
Wendy Hodgson (she/her/hers), EL Education
46:08
Dr. Miles mentioned that because students are sometimes in “two phases” at one time with different words, Dr. Ehri named these “phases” and not stages. @Cayla…Yes!
Becky Martinez (she/her/hers) EL Education
46:09
@Cayla and @Henry… that’s what I heard Dr. Miles say as well.
Jill Syvret (she/her), EL Education
46:28
@Danielle, that’s a great question and a national debate. As you know, many teacher ed programs do not teach the science of reading. If you are looking into one, look for ones that teach the science.
mariegore
55:10
Are the explicit teaching of accent marks necessary in early grades or any grade ? Linguistics course very helpful
Jill Syvret (she/her), EL Education
59:06
Yes, the time is up! No more leveled text.
Jill Syvret (she/her), EL Education
01:03:21
“Married research to practice” <3
Eamon Montgomery
01:05:36
Are there any leveled readers that take into account reading science?Would level readers have a positive impact, if reading science informed leveled readers?
Becky Martinez (she/her/hers) EL Education
01:06:14
@Eamon: this is a great question. If those leveled readers were designed with intentions to control the phonics in a research-based scope and sequence, then yes…. But in actuality, they don’t
NateDogg
01:06:31
AMEN
Wendy Hodgson (she/her/hers), EL Education
01:06:39
Yes! #This
Shanta Lightfoot
01:06:49
Thank you, Dr. Miles!
Becky Martinez (she/her/hers) EL Education
01:06:54
Thank you Dr. Miles for reminding us of the urgency!
Juliet Comer
01:06:57
Thank you Dr. Miles!
Charlie Wright
01:07:02
Thank you Dr. Miles!!!!
Hannah
01:07:04
Thank you Dr. Miles
Helen Blevins
01:07:06
That was fantastic!! Thank you
christianeb
01:07:09
Thank you!
Casey Schultz
01:07:10
Wow! Thank you so much, Dr. Miles!!
NateDogg
01:07:13
Great job! Thank you :))
CJ Smith
01:07:18
Thank you, Dr. Miles!!
Carol Heeraman
01:07:30
Thank you Dr. Miles ! Very inspiring and timely. Be well
mariegore
01:07:38
Its 7.45 in alaska
Kara Uhinck, EL Education (she, her, hers)
01:07:46
Thank you Dr. Miles!
Graystone
01:07:47
Thank you Dr. Miles!!
Danielle Hill
01:08:26
Dr. Miles, very culturally conscience and timely. I have some great notes to share with my peers.
Katherine
01:08:35
Thank you! that was informative
Suzanne Plaut - EL Education (she/her)
01:11:20
Our curriculum includes decodable, as Dr. Miles knows… and as you will explore in the next few days. Distinct from “leveled” readers.
Suzanne Plaut - EL Education (she/her)
01:11:28
Decodables.
Wendy Hodgson (she/her/hers), EL Education
01:12:25
This is a difficult and worthy battle in the literacy industry. Literacy leaders making decisions about instructional materials adoption can be often outdated regarding the research. This is a difficult advocacy, but it is needed and worthy. Our children are not a “level”….
LeAnn Casilio, EL Education (she/hers)
01:12:35
Thank you Dr. Miles, for sharing with us and all your research and hard work! We appreciate you!
Suzanne Plaut - EL Education (she/her)
01:13:05
And our children need BOTH explicit phonics instruction AND content-based literacy.
Suzanne Plaut - EL Education (she/her)
01:15:34
Thank you Dr. Miles for sharing your wisdom and expertise!
Liv Thomas
01:15:35
Thank you, this was great!!!
Kimmy Wentling, EL Education (she/her/hers)
01:15:44
So amazing, thank you!
Kara Uhinck, EL Education (she, her, hers)
01:15:46
Thank you again!