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Individual User Detail

From: Jan-1-2015 to Jun-01-2015


Requested By: Johann Creque-Vanlow

A report on individual user activity.

For: Johann Creque-Vanlow


Total Viewing Time:
Programs Viewed:
Unique Segments Viewed:
Segment Viewings:
Logins:

3:19:06
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108

Number of segments viewed to completion: 13


% of reflection questions answered
on the videos viewed to completion:

62 %

% of follow-up questions answered


on the videos viewed to completion:

0%

*Reflection Questions Answered:


*Follow-Up Questions Answered:

24
0

Segment History
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00:04:49

00:04:26

109%

Reflection Follow-Up
Questions Questions
Answered Answered

Last Viewed

Practical PLCs
A Working PLC: Assessment

3/3

0/3

Jan-18-2015
06:08 PM

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: Why is it important to have tools in place to figure out whether students have learned the intended curriculum?
A: "It is vital to have tools in place to figure out whether students have learned the intended curriculum to paint a clear
picture of where each student is vs where they need to be as it relates to the benchmarks." - 2015-01-18 17:08:17
Q: What advantages and disadvantages come from using regular learning assessments to measure whether learning
has occurred?
A: "Some advantages are that the data from assessments can be shared in PLC's that should include the student and
parents, all teachers are aware of students' strengths and difficiencies and best of all interventions can become available to
assist each learner. Some disadvantages are that every student has a different learning style and assessments are
standard and may not be the best mode for particular students, the assessment results do not paint the whole picture of
every student and if equal access to interventions is not provided in schools, some students may not benefit." - 2015-01-18
17:16:13
Q: What benefits and obstacles come from giving each teacher their autonomy to teach a subject, while requiring all
students to be assessed in the same way at approximately the same time?
A: "Some teachers may only teach concepts that they are comfortable and may not meet the needs of all students." 2015-01-18 17:22:56

Strategies For Secondary English Teachers


Strategies to Comprehend,
Interpret, Evaluate

00:29:59

00:13:05

229%

3/3

0/3

Jan-13-2015
11:38 AM

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: How do you help your students make connections to their personal life with what they are reading?
A: "Educators help students to make connections to their personal life with what they are reading by encouraging them
to use real life examples." - 2015-01-12 09:05:16
Q: Analyze why it takes several strategies for students to comprehend, interpret, and evaluate information.
A: "Not all learners are able to grasp information in the same way. Therefore, educators need to use a variety of
strategies in every lesson to ensure that the needs of all learners are met." - 2015-01-12 09:06:22
Q: How will you help your students internalize strategies they can use to expand their comprehension skills?
A: "I will encourage my students to use the strategies that they learn by immediately applying them to everyday life
situations..."Use it before you lose it."" - 2015-01-12 09:07:49

All Means All: What Is It About Me You Can't Teach


Experience Helps Students Make
Connections - Elementary

Individual User Detail Report

00:00:16

00:04:56

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Jan-12-2015
06:03 PM

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Program
Segment

Minutes
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Reflection Follow-Up
Questions Questions
Answered Answered

Seg.
Length

% Viewed

Times
Viewed

00:06:21

00:06:21

100%

0/3

0/3

Jan-13-2015
11:47 AM

00:04:32

00:10:06

45%

0/3

0/3

Jan-12-2015
06:08 AM

0/3

Jan-13-2015
11:36 AM

Last Viewed

Assessment for Learning


Classroom Assessment for HighStakes Success -

Assessment Literacy - Secondary

Classroom Management - How to Win Students Over


Proactive Classroom Management
- Secondary

00:09:45

00:08:01

122%

3/3

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: Explain how you can provide active student involvement in the learning experience for your students.
A: "are ways that I can utilize to provide active student involvement in the learning experience for my students." - 201501-12 17:23:47
Q: How can you anticipate problems before they occur and minimize their impact on your class?
A: "I can anticipate problems before they occur and minimize their impact in my classroom by meeting and greeting my
students at the door. I can also revise seating arrangements if needed before the lessons begin." - 2015-01-12 17:24:53
Q: Describe how you will apply the concept of Rights, Respect, and Responsibility.
A: "I will apply the concept of Rights, Respect and Responsibility by making students aware of it on the first day of class.
Student made posters in our classroom will be constant reminders." - 2015-01-12 17:26:14

Active Student Involvement Secondary

00:12:21

00:10:43

115%

3/3

0/3

Jan-13-2015
11:36 AM

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: What is the relationship between classroom management and active involvement in learning?
A: "When our students are actively engaged in the learning process classroom management becomes easier. The focus
is redirected to the learning process. The teacher becomes an active facilitator." - 2015-01-12 17:09:31
Q: Describe various strategies that can be implemented to provide opportunities for active participation in the learning
process.
A: "Some excellent strategies are to have students work collaboratively in small structured groups (giving specific roles),
walk around, provide student choice, several responding techniques (thumbs up, white boards for clarity and
understanding) jigsaw, gallery walks, and projects." - 2015-01-12 17:12:49
Q: What will you do to get your students more actively involved in the learning in your next unit?
A: "I will use a variety of strategies to keep my students focus and more accountable and actively engaged in the
learning process." - 2015-01-12 17:20:28

Visual Tools: Graphic Organizers to Thinking Maps


Classroom Examples - Secondary

00:07:00

00:20:28

34%

0/3

0/3

Jan-13-2015
11:38 AM

00:14:44

00:14:44

100%

3/3

0/3

Mar-5-2015
08:01 AM

Webinars
Robin Young - Part 4

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: What did you learn from this video segment?
A: "Bullying occurs in several forms. It should not be tolerated in the workplace. One should not feel target, ostracized,
threatened, unsafe or intimidated at work." - 2015-03-05 09:20:33
Q: In what ways will this new learning impact your current practice?
A: "Sometimes its just easier to leave the environment or job." - 2015-03-05 09:26:04
Q: How will you apply what you learned in the next week?
A: "I will follow the VIDE policy and maintain contact with the Department's Equal Opportunity Employer to ensure my
rights are protected." - 2015-03-05 10:33:44

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Program
Segment

Minutes
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Reflection Follow-Up
Questions Questions
Answered Answered

Seg.
Length

% Viewed

Times
Viewed

00:33:49

00:33:51

100%

0/3

0/0

Jan-7-2015
07:27 AM

00:10:09

00:09:00

113%

3/3

0/3

Jan-14-2015
07:33 AM

Last Viewed

Teaching with Math Tasks


7th Grade Extended Classroom
with Instructional Coaching:

Common Core
Keeping an Eye on Assessments

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: How can formative assessments help us achieve the Common Core goal of getting every student college and career
ready?
A: "Formative assessments help us achieve the Common Core goal of getting every student college and career ready by
using the data to compare/contrast achievement of goals, targets and next steps." - 2015-01-14 08:36:32
Q: What is the purpose of assessments, in your opinion?
A: "Assessments are tools used to give students equal opportunities to succeed. They measure strengths, deficiencies,
growth etc of each learner." - 2015-01-14 08:38:18
Q: What obstacles must we surmount to emphasize formative rather than summative assessments.
A: "Some obstacles that we must surmount to emphasize formative rather than summative assessments are to get all
teachers to buy in to the concept of testing and re-testing until progress is made on every concept taught." - 2015-01-14
08:41:40

Lesson Delivery

00:11:00

00:05:05

216%

3/3

0/3

Jan-14-2015
07:25 AM

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: What changes, if any, would you like to make to your use of warm-up activators in your lessons?
A: "I would simplify my use of warm-up activators in my lessons." - 2015-01-14 08:28:52
Q: In this segment, Kim Cooper recognized that the equations she gave her students were a bit too complex for the
designated activity. How do you adjust your teaching when students struggle more than you had anticipated with the lesson
material?
A: "I would review concepts to adjust my teaching when students struggle more than I had anticipated." - 2015-01-14
08:30:14
Q: What is your system for evaluating your lessons after teaching them? What changes would you like to make to this
system?
A: "After teaching lessons I review student data to ensure that each learner has met the anticipated goal. If remedial or
interventions are needed, I discuss this with the learner and make them aware of the resources available before moving
them on to the next goal." - 2015-01-14 08:33:24

Lesson Delivery

7th Grade: Levels of Questioning

7th Grade: Determining the Central


Idea of a Text

00:05:20

00:05:36

95%

0/3

0/3

Jan-7-2015
09:40 AM

00:08:54

00:08:54

100%

0/3

0/3

Jan-7-2015
11:09 AM

00:17:08

00:08:14

208%

3/3

0/3

Jan-14-2015
06:19 AM

Reflection Questions and Answers:


Q: What teaching practices did Ms. Allgyer use effectively during this lesson? How could you apply them?
A: "Ms. Allgyer used graphic organizers to help her students preview the text, highlighting details, small groups, circling
key words effectively during the lesson. I can apply those techniques by" - 2015-01-14 07:22:30
Q: How do you demonstrate for your students the difference between an objective summary and a subjective response?
A: "It is important to be objective when you are making any kind of a rational decision. It might involve purchasing
something or deciding which job offer to take. You should also be objective when you are reading, especially news
sources. Being objective when you are meeting and having discussions with new people helps you to keep your
concentration focused on your goal, rather than on any emotions your meeting might trigger.%nl%Subjective can be used
when nothing tangible is at stake. When you are watching a movie or reading a book for pleasure, being subjective and
getting caught up in the world of the characters makes your experience more enjoyable." - 2015-01-14 07:39:26
Q: How could you include visual or experiential components in a lesson based on analyzing an informational

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text?
A: "I can include visual or experiential components in a lesson based on analyzing an information text by allowing
students to make discoveries by themselves or with peers and documenting it." - 2015-01-14 08:20:37

7th Grade Extended Classroom:


Determining the Central Idea of

00:00:37

00:32:19

2%

0/3

0/3

Jan-13-2015
12:04 PM

8th Grade: Creating Effective


Research Questions

00:10:46

00:10:46

100%

0/3

0/3

Jan-7-2015
09:53 AM

8th Grade: Textual Evidence of


Character Traits

00:11:36

00:10:09

114%

0/3

0/3

Jan-14-2015
07:45 AM

*Please note that only Reflection and Follow-Up answers will be displayed if they were completed during the designated report date range.

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