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Jen Currin
27:40
Yes :)
Anita Martin
27:45
yes
Jen Currin
28:58
I love 2, 4, 5 :)
Anita Martin
29:10
1,2,7
amylaughter
29:14
Hard to choose! 4, 8, 6
Melissa Davis
29:17
4, 7 and 8 for me
Rae Johnson
29:18
2, 7, 10
Jen Currin
29:19
awww
Donna White CCS District Instructional Coach
29:31
2,5,8
Scott Cowan
29:35
5,8
Jen Currin
29:59
Yep
Jen Currin
30:02
LOL
Ed Simonpietri
30:17
I like 10, 6, 7, 2,1 Actually I like all of them
Jen Currin
30:46
yes
amylaughter
30:48
yes
Donna White CCS District Instructional Coach
30:52
yes
Tiffany Grant
30:52
https://www.menti.com/z2g6j5keoi
Jen Currin
34:46
it wanted a vacation on that ocean :)
Jeni Day
35:13
Who wouldn't?? :) I could go right now!
Jen Currin
35:28
Instructional Director (Science)
Donna White CCS District Instructional Coach
35:31
District Instructional Coach
Jeni Day
35:33
My role: Teacher!
Rae Johnson
35:42
CDC
Tiffany Grant
42:38
https://pollev.com/tiffanygrant481
Jen Currin
43:30
I was part of a virtual “speed meetup” session through zoom the other day - where you had 5 minutes to meet someone new in your area and get to know their thoughts on a focused set of questions. (like speed dating without the dating)
Jen Currin
49:27
cool
Melissa Davis
49:46
@Jen C, that sounds like a fun way to break the ice
Ed Simonpietri
51:50
I like the speed dating analogy. I think that would be a fun way to meet people. I like the one on one approach rather than the stand up and talk about yourself idea. Personal interaction is always best
Jeni Day
52:18
So true, Ed! At least for many of us. :) It is more time intensive but so worth it!
Melissa Davis
52:21
All slides used during this session will be made available on our resources page: https://www.ncvps.org/digital-transition so please feel free to listen and discuss without taking additional notes.
Jen Currin
54:03
I love it!
Melissa Davis
55:29
I tried to get to know the folks on my staff. Understanding their personalities, likes and dislikes, etc. was a good way to connect on a personal level. If someone feels they are valued and you know them as a person, not just a professional, they are more likely to trust you. Trust builds a better working environment.
Jen Currin
55:56
Agree, Melissa! Trust is so important.
Anita Martin
56:08
Yes
Scott Cowan
56:13
Yes
Jen Currin
56:13
Yes
Jen Currin
56:30
It created a productivity tax
Rae Johnson
56:35
Yes
Jen Currin
57:17
:)
Jen Currin
01:00:41
I think being willing to share the load - to step in and help - is important as a leader - step in and pick it up when it seems needed from your team
Rae Johnson
01:00:51
I work closely with all CTE teachers on my campus. I agree that really knowing the teacher on a personal level assists in utilizing that teacher in the most effective way. For example, a teacher came to me about leaving her comfort zone and taking a school wide leadership role. I know how organized and professional she is in her classroom and know this new role would be a perfect fit!
Tiffany Grant
01:01:11
That’s awesome!
Jen Currin
01:02:01
yes!!
Jen Currin
01:02:08
oh yeah
Rae Johnson
01:02:13
And even though she does not feel confident with the technology part of this new role, I encouraged her to take the risk of learning, ultimately making her a better teacher. leader and presenter
Melissa Davis
01:02:15
indeed
Tiffany Grant
01:02:41
I agree that stepping in and helping is a great sign of an effective leader
Jeni Day
01:03:40
Sending the "we are in this together" message in more than just an email. :)
Jen Currin
01:05:26
small things often are often more appreciated than large ones :)
Jen Currin
01:07:09
:)
Tiffany Grant
01:07:23
Yes!
Jen Currin
01:09:33
YES! 10/10 It should always come back to what is best for students. Otherwise, why are we here?
Melissa Davis
01:09:38
Well said!
Jen Currin
01:14:12
Oh yeah - free food is my favorite
Melissa Davis
01:14:25
I have never used that one, Tiffany! I love it…free food!
amylaughter
01:15:23
Handwritten notes are special!
Jen Currin
01:15:38
Agree, Amy!
Melissa Davis
01:15:48
Handwritten indeed! Emails are far less personal.
Donna White CCS District Instructional Coach
01:16:03
So true! I love a Thank you that gives a specific thing that I did rather than a generic "Thanks for all you do!"
Melissa Davis
01:16:29
Of course, one is better than none! :). If email is all you have in the age of COVID, go for it!
amylaughter
01:17:56
Duty free lunch is my love language!
Jeni Day
01:18:06
@ Amy, that is SO TRUE
Melissa Davis
01:18:48
All slides used during this session will be made available on our resources page: https://www.ncvps.org/digital-transition so please feel free to listen and discuss without taking additional notes.
Jeni Day
01:19:16
Tone REALLY matters.
Tiffany Grant
01:21:41
absolutely
Melissa Davis
01:22:17
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Jen Currin
01:22:49
This was amazing and refreshing, Tiffany and Jeni! Thank you!