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Welcome to OklaSaid the #Oklaed Podcast! This is a weekly recap of the Oklaed Twitter chat. Join us every Sunday on Twitter at 8:00 p.m. CST for the fastest hour of the week. @TeachfromHere and @EBarnes73 give are the voices you here in the podcast. The chat itself is organized EdCamp style using variety of moderators who have touched on almost every aspect of education. Ever wonder what happens in a Twitter chat? Wonder no more - listen to OklaSaid and share with a friend!

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Welcome to OklaSaid the #Oklaed Podcast! This is a weekly recap of the Oklaed Twitter chat. Join us every Sunday on Twitter at 8:00 p.m. CST for the fastest hour of the week. @TeachfromHere and @EBarnes73 give are the voices you here in the podcast. The chat itself is organized EdCamp style using variety of moderators who have touched on almost every aspect of education. Ever wonder what happens in a Twitter chat? Wonder no more - listen to OklaSaid and share with a friend!

    Episode 91A.1 – Failure is Not an Option Interview (Replay)

    Episode 91A.1 – Failure is Not an Option Interview (Replay)

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    Failure is not an option


    Erin’s interview with Steve Gilliland @Stv_Gilliland Asst. Principal at Del City High School and Dr. Phil Campbell @drphilcampbell


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    Episode 91.1 – Failure is Not an Option (Replay)

    Episode 91.1 – Failure is Not an Option (Replay)

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    OklaSaid: twitter.com/oklasaidErin Barnes:twitter.com/ebarnes73Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere


    Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter:


    Steve Gilliland @Stv_Gilliland Asst. Principal at Del City High School and Dr. Phil Campbell @drphilcampbell


    Overview of chat topic


    Failure is Not an option


    Questions from the chat:



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    @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/bXjDNGh5AQ— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018
    A1. When I taught freshmen math, I would give tours of the school to them so they would feel more comfortable in the school. Coming to the HS can be overwhelming. Leadership we usually do team building activities like Mousetraps or a scavenger hunt. #oklaed https://t.co/ObujyuhJAS— Kristy Cooper (@kriscoop80) November 19, 2018
    a1) I really like doing flipgrid intros.. I can review them since I am tragic at names. #oklaed— Dr Theresa Cullen (@DrTerriC) November 19, 2018
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    @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/xhR6mKr1TB— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018
    A2 Be available. Hear what they say. Look them in the eyes and tell them what you truly appreciate about them. Everyone needs to hear something good sometimes. Shout the good for all to hear and whisper the bad when necessary…#oklaed https://t.co/TfGELMwqwr— Pamela Huston (@PrincipalHuston) November 19, 2018
    A2: Value the small things that students want to talk about or say to you. Then follow up on it. This shows that you genuinely care for your students. #oklaed— Pius Xavier Halder (@Xavier_PH) November 19, 2018
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    @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/v5i2fSjYzw— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018
    A3) Meet students where they are—even if they are disengaged and seated at the back of the class. #oklaed https://t.co/j43SH8N7bw— Joy Hofmeister (@joy4ok) November 19, 2018
    A3. I try to figure out what they’re interested in. I also try to keep in mind that it’s ok to be introverted. I look for opportunities for them to show me what they know until they’re comfortable speaking up in class discussions. #oklaed— Lauren Peña (@lauren_pena16) November 19, 2018
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    @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/gkRBRUcx1P— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018
    A4: Keep in touch with other educators. Take part in chats and discussions. Watch and take part in webinars and seminars. #oklaed— Pius Xavier Halder (@Xavier_PH) November 19, 2018
    A4: Many hours of active supervision in the lunch room, after school programs and before ball games. That’s how I keep my relevancy game on “fleek.” That term is old but the kids get a kick out of it #oklaed https://t.co/kpBtDbNBaT— Shane A. Sanders, M.Ed. (@edu_sanders70) November 19, 2018
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    @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/PG7iMudlSP— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018
    A5) know their goal(s). My Papa always said there are lots of roads to a town, some just get you there faster. You have to be okay with Ss or Ts taking a longer route. #OklaEd pic.twitter.com/MgwVCojgg9— jennifer mckay (@mrs_mc_kay) November 19, 2018
    A5 – Man – I am trying hard at this. My Ss are so accustomed to success coming through scores and I am trying so hard to show them that it can mean many things. I try to push the #failforward mindset & help them celebrate growth. #oklaed https://t.co/PNSvgJnlmu— Shari Gateley (@ShariGateley) November 19, 2018
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    @drphilcampbell #oklaed pic.twitter.com/KyYmau3q9o— Steve Gilliland (@Stv_Gilliland) November 19, 2018
    A6: A huge step for me as an educator was realizing that it's ok to be vulnerable with my kids. I've failed so many times as an educator, as a person, as a father, you name i

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    Episode 51.1 – Sacred Cow Tipping (Replay)

    Episode 51.1 – Sacred Cow Tipping (Replay)

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    Episode 77.1- Evidence Based Teaching Strategies (Replay)

    Episode 77.1- Evidence Based Teaching Strategies (Replay)

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    Episode 98 – Best Practices in Education

    Episode 98 – Best Practices in Education

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    OklaSaid: twitter.com/oklasaidErin Barnes:twitter.com/ebarnes73Scott Haselwood: twitter.com/teachfromhere


    Who hosted the #oklaed chat and where to find them on Twitter:


    Jason James @james409jason Alex Public Schools Superintendent


    Overview of chat topic


    Best Practices in Education


    Questions from the chat:



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    Q1) Getting to know your Ss & developing relationships with them and their parents are essential to maximizing both teaching effectiveness & student learning. Please share a best practice to build relationships w/ Ss & Ps. #oklaed pic.twitter.com/J7EMrkdxT9— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019
    A1) One of the most important things we do is build relationships with students. You must find time to have nonacademic conversations and listen to your students. When they know you truly care, they will work to meet your expectations. #OklaEd— Shawn Hime (@shawnhime) January 14, 2019
    A1: Making the effort to know their names & the guardians official connection to the S (parent, gparent, aunt, foster, etc). We also have TV announcements running in our lobby which allows Ss & Ps to see what's going on in our school. #oklaed— Alicia Ray (@iluveducating) January 14, 2019
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    Q2) 1 of the most controversial edu practices is assigning homework. Do you believe assigning HW is effective? Why or Why not? Regardless, most Ts believe Ss need to practice essential skills for Mastery to happen. Share your best practice w/ #oklaed— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019
    A2: Good discussion for either side, but make sure you inspect what you expect. Give feedback (notice the lack of using the word grade) in what you’ve assigned #OklaEd https://t.co/MKPhauaRdk— Shane A. Sanders, M.Ed. (@edu_sanders70) January 14, 2019
    A2) Completely depends upon the purpose. If we are working toward mastery; no. I don't want students to lose motivation by working on things they already know & if they do not know it I don't want them doing it on their own. Ongoing assignments are perfect for homework. #oklaed https://t.co/fRXH3AKxgL— Tyler Bridges (@bridgestyler) January 14, 2019
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    Q3) Tests, Quizzes, Projects, HW, Oh My -Assessing S growth is essential to the learning process – However, grading practices are as diverse as our Ss – Share your thoughts on "Grading" & a best practice on how you assess S learning. #oklaed— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019
    A3: If you are looking for formative assessments in math that showcase students thinking, check out the @oksde curriculum frameworks for Math Formative Assessment Probes. #oklaed https://t.co/tQWhR41yk7 pic.twitter.com/xZZk31Mmt1— Tiffany Neill (@tiffanyneill) January 14, 2019
    Grading can be so hard, y’all! I personally believe grading should reflect mastery. that means not grading (like in the grade book) the first, second or third times a student has practiced a new skill. #oklaEd give them time to learn! https://t.co/MK6qeods2f— Christine Wesley (@ChristineTeel) January 14, 2019
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    Q4) Academically, student motivation can make all the difference in the world. Why do you think some Ss are motivated and others are not? Share a best practice where you've had success in getting unmotivated Ss to succeed. #oklaed— Dr. Jason James (@James409Jason) January 14, 2019
    A4 Its important to draw a distinction btwn can't do & won't do. Sometimes Ss present as being disinterested or unmotivated, but lack the skills necessary to be successful. Skilled Ts are able to build upon their relationship & find ways to move all Ss fwd #oklaed https://t.co/GAN7aFPS77— Carri Hicks (@hicks4ok) January 14, 2019
    A4: Factors outside of the

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    Episode 97 – Reflections and Resolutions

    Episode 97 – Reflections and Resolutions

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    Rhonda Schroeder @rhondaschroeder principal at Arthur Elementary in OKC public schools and lead learner in a 1:1 elementary school.


    Overview of chat topic


    Reflections and Resolutions
    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/0QnuT0f4Fm— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019


    Questions from the chat:



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    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/YD1THHm7gQ— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019
    A1: Learning alongside other district leaders/ILD’s on critical topics like educational equity, implicit bias, etc. #oklaed pic.twitter.com/UcVbgssnWz— Wm Stubbs (@WmStubbs) January 7, 2019
    A1: Got to teach drawing on iPads to kinders thanks to @room20awesome #oklaed— Jun Kim (@MPSTechnology) January 7, 2019
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    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/YLLyZQvsXN— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019
    A2. I’ve had to learn how to manage my time much better and more efficiently in 2018. I got engaged to the woman of my dreams, took my first steps towards a masters degree(12 hours down w/4.0), juggled my duties as AD, and coached a 15 week football season! #oklaed https://t.co/tGDeGokBjm— Mike Dunn (@Coach_Mike_D) January 7, 2019
    A2: Definitely the walkout. I have never chosen to engage in politics before and it pushed me to my limits, especially being the building rep for our site. I learned a lot! #oklaed https://t.co/Me8Vhr0NbJ— Jennifer Newkirk (@TeacherJenn2013) January 7, 2019
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    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/0Oz9BhydMY— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019
    A3) the last chat of the year was most profound for me because of the number of people involved plus the amount of interest and support from our elected officials and leadership. That speaks volumes of optimism for me. #oklaed https://t.co/jAoaSoqQLz— Missy Martin-Berry (@MissyMartinBer1) January 7, 2019
    A3) There’s not just one. Each chat allows me to think, learn, adjust, and teach something differently…honest. I am a better educator because of the chats. It’s the best weekly staff development EVER! #oklaed https://t.co/HQVO4s8zvm— Vicki Donley (@DonleyVicki) January 7, 2019
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    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/atfY0FrKuY— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019
    A4) #OklaEd pic.twitter.com/9rWXV5ynXB— Alberto Morejon (@Mr_MorejonSJH) January 7, 2019
    A4: Not sure it was a specific headline…Have to give a HUGE #oklaed SHOUTOUT to all of the T's who stepped out of classrooms to run for elected offices! Much love!— Valarie Farrow (@valariefarrow) January 7, 2019
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    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/Ls6cN4jbJD— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019
    A5: it’s not any listed but “This is Us” comes to mind. We’re all in this together and we’ve proven when we have a common goal for the betterment of our future leaders and state we can accomplish our goals and continue to thrive. But only together! #oklaed — Bradley Ward (@BradWard42) January 7, 2019
    A5: It was the best if times it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness….who knew Dickens was a part of #oklaed ? https://t.co/gF0TeN9GcO— Stacey Roemerman (@StaceyRman) January 7, 2019
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    #oklaed pic.twitter.com/P3Ci4xaiDL— RhondaSchroeder Ed.D (@rhondaschroeder) January 7, 2019
    A7. “Serve”. The best leaders serve their communities and family. It’s the way my Dad and Mom taught me. I want to continue becoming a better servant leader. Everything will fall into place if I keep it a top priority. #oklaed https://t.co/9RUZzX1YRm— Mike Dunn (@Coach_Mike_D) January 7, 201

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