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TimestampDo you see yourself as an introvert or an extrovert?How do YOU learn best? Would you say technology yields more to the introvert or the extrovert? Share one or two things you learned or picked up from this video, maybe even something you didn't agree with. Do you feel your classroom is better suited for an introvert or an extrovert?How might you use technology to meet the learning needs of both -- to strike some sort of balance?
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10/14/2015 19:16:57IntrovertAloneIntrovertI discovered that the world is dominated by extroverts, but introverts have a crucial role in the world. We must learn to embrace introverts as equally valuable.I have elements for bothFlipping the classroom is great in this regard. I also use focused free writes and responses files, so that I hear from everyone. I also ask students to stop and think when I ask a question. It gives students time to formulate the answers.
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10/15/2015 7:59:14IntrovertAloneIntrovertboth, depending on the activity Young people are getting used to being "together" online - through their phones, so integrating technology is not hard for them. They would probably benefit from face-to-face communication - and that becomes harder for them to do.
I like Google Docs as a way to collaborate. There is a chat feature where you can talk in real time, or I find my students sitting together, talking about what they are writing. But they are not face-to-face, which helps make it less intimidating for introverts. The focus is on the document.
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10/15/2015 8:24:55IntrovertAlonebothVery Cool to hear that it is okay to be an introvert.


ExtrovertMake time for individual for quiet thought.
Sometimes extraverts can't stand that - so possibly respect the learning style of each and separate introverts and extraverts once in a while.

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10/15/2015 9:46:15ExtrovertAloneIntrovertStudents need to learn how to work in a group but they also need to learn how to work alone and embrace deep thought. Each are valuable.ExtrovertA chance for sharing anonymously
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10/15/2015 9:46:54ExtrovertIn a groupExtroverthelp students discover which personality type they are to better meet their needs

include students in project format decisions

Extrovertto allow students to collaborate without having to engage face to face
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10/15/2015 9:47:51IntrovertBothIntrovertI would consider myself an introvert but I believe that I learn best from listening to the ideas of other people. ExtrovertI use technology to both allow students to work on their own and then come together and collaborate in a group setting.
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10/15/2015 9:47:58both- depending on situationAloneIntrovertRemembering to leave opportunity for the introvertboth, but probably a bit more toward the extrovertProvide opportunities to work independently or in small groups collaboratively
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10/15/2015 9:48:02depends on the situationAloneIntrovertHelped me to think about breaking teaching units down into both group and individual work.ExtrovertGive opportunities for groups to submit work together via technology as well as giving individuals that same choice.
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10/15/2015 9:48:26mixAloneExtrovertnot necessarily from video but handout, how I need downtime away from big groups. Usually with a book :)Extrovertcan be used for group conversations or alone research, can also talk without talking!
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10/15/2015 9:48:47ExtrovertIn a groupIntrovertThis was a good reminder to allow myself to be who I am, and to allow others to be who they are. I have a mix of extrovert and introvert in me, but I probably tend to teach more with extroversion and I need to be sure to include introversion.ExtrovertSomething like this is good, where I show the class something, give them an opportunity to respond independently, and then share with the whole group if they are comfortable doing so. Technology is a good resource for gathering ideas and then sharing them.
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10/15/2015 9:49:04ExtrovertAloneIntrovertI was surprised to hear that she had taken a year to prepare for her public speaking, and I am impressed that she has stretched herself outside of her natural comfort zone.IntrovertIf we can allow introverts to quietly contribute through electronic interfaces, and then also provide opportunity for students to discuss the shared entries as a group, we could ideally find the best of both worlds.
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10/15/2015 9:49:31ExtrovertIn a groupIntrovertI didn't realize how attuned our culture was to extroverts and how strongly we have biased our work and school lives to that. The open work spaces and constant group work is so extroverted.

I as a teacher tend toward extroverted activities and classroom time but I need to be more aware of meeting the needs of the introverts as well.
ExtrovertI often use technology in the classroom and each students has their own iPad and is working on their own on an assignment, but with the ability to collaborate with a partner if need be. I think this allows the introvert to work alone and the extrovert to opportunity to communicate with another if need be. I do think it is important for extroverts to learn how to be alone as well.

I also use Edmodo with my classes which allows students to interact with each other via the website. This benefits introverts that are more likely to clam up in a classroom setting, as they can post on Edmodo without having to actually say anything. It also allows the extrovert to interact and draw energy from what's happening online.
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10/15/2015 9:49:44ExtrovertIn a groupIntrovertI didn't realize how attuned our culture was to extroverts and how strongly we have biased our work and school lives to that. The open work spaces and constant group work is so extroverted.

I as a teacher tend toward extroverted activities and classroom time but I need to be more aware of meeting the needs of the introverts as well.
ExtrovertI often use technology in the classroom and each students has their own iPad and is working on their own on an assignment, but with the ability to collaborate with a partner if need be. I think this allows the introvert to work alone and the extrovert to opportunity to communicate with another if need be. I do think it is important for extroverts to learn how to be alone as well.

I also use Edmodo with my classes which allows students to interact with each other via the website. This benefits introverts that are more likely to clam up in a classroom setting, as they can post on Edmodo without having to actually say anything. It also allows the extrovert to interact and draw energy from what's happening online.
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10/15/2015 9:50:11IntrovertAlonebothI found it interesting that 1/2 to 1/3 of all people are introverts.bothBy allowing students to use technology in the classroom, they are being granted the ability to choose to work either alone or collaboratively in a group.

Suitable for introverts, in the sense that there is limited face-to-face interaction with classmates, and the student can be autonomous, and even complete tasks on his/her own.

Great for extroverts, since through the proper use of technology, students can work in real-time with one another, with or without even having a personal interaction.
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10/15/2015 9:50:23Mixed, sometimes introvert, sometimes extrovertIn a groupIntrovertThis was a good reminder to allow myself to be who I am, and to allow others to be who they are. I have a mix of extrovert and introvert in me, but I probably tend to teach more with extroversion and I need to be sure to include introversion.ExtrovertSomething like this is good, where I show the class something, give them an opportunity to respond independently, and then share with the whole group if they are comfortable doing so. Technology is a good resource for gathering ideas and then sharing them.
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10/15/2015 9:50:26ExtrovertAloneIt depends on the materialThere is value in every type of learner. As teachers we see the extroverts dominate the classroom much more often; we need to take a step back and realize the importance of letting the kids have time to learn on their own.IntrovertAllow the kids to create on their own then share what they have done.
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10/15/2015 9:51:09IntrovertAlonebothThe learning environment in classrooms today tends to be best suited for extroverted students.IntrovertTechnology allows introverted students to think in higher levels and be creative and extroverted students to learn use cooperative learning in unique ways.
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10/15/2015 9:52:44IntrovertAloneIntrovertI knew that someone students like quiet and others have a hard time being in silence. I had not thought about that being an introvert or extrovert issue. I thought of it as being a preferred way of processing. Which in some ways might be the same thing. Depends on the classTechnology gives students a one-on-one experience being them and the computer. However, it can also be a tool for sharing ideas with others.
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10/15/2015 9:52:51Introvertmostly by myself, reading and doing. Sometimes by talking to othersIntrovertI learned that I was right in my feelings, and I will not worry as much about some of my students and family members.Extrovert
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10/15/2015 9:53:15IntrovertAloneIntrovertRather than being forced to view themselves as bad extroverts, introverts need the social/cultural terminology, the space and the encouragement to accept their innate way of being as valid, valued and important to the overall well being of our society.IntrovertTechnology lends itself to solitary work. The challenge is to allow it to do so, instead of trying to create extrovert-centric activities.
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10/15/2015 9:53:23IntrovertAlonebothShe openly discussed how introverted behavior is favored as undesirable, when indeed it is not.

This video confirmed what I have learned from my personal life how important my introverted behavior has been to allow me to develop my means for creativity.
bothTechnology allows teachers to provide for both the introvert and the extrovert. Group projects with one unit is perfect for developing both personalities. Single projects with each student on a device is perfect also
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10/15/2015 9:53:40IntrovertAloneIntrovertI learned that while the world is full of extroverts, I was surprised that she felt that introverts were not valued. I was not surprised to learn that Rosa Parks is a leader as I remember learning she was pushed into the "spotlight." I like the idea that introverts step forward because they believe in a cause. While extroverts may instinctively step forward to take the leadership position, I do believe that it's their energy that an introverts uses to remain in leadership positions.IntrovertLearning about computers takes time.
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10/19/2015 11:13:04IntrovertAloneIntrovert
Being more of an introvert I really feel the power of what Susan is proclaiming. I function much better when I'm unplugged and have quiet time. Autonomy is very beneficial. My take-away from her speech is to have a balance. A combination of individual and group work would be more beneficial to include both introverts and extroverts.
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I think chat rooms, instant messaging, and video conferencing are platforms that would give extroverts a sense of group and conversational support. The internet is a kind of "best of both" worlds environment. Introverts can sit back, watch, listen and then chime in with their ideas but it doesn't force them to communicate when they'd rather contemplate. Collaboration is possible but less demanding than face to face interactions. Incorporating a balance of group and individual work would be more appealing to me. Giving introverts time to prepare for the group session would help ease them into interactions.
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11/10/2015 19:53:14ExtrovertAloneExtrovert
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11/19/2015 16:31:04IntrovertAloneExtrovert
Sorry, my workshop is beginning. I don't have time to watch it. But I am definitely an introvert and proud of it (except for sometimes?!)
Introvert
Ideally the lesson would allow the creative thinker who needs to be alone an environment where s/he can be alone to create. Perhaps the lesson could also involve some kind of social networking so that those students who like to interact can.
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2/8/2016 10:42:02IntrovertIn a groupbothboth
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4/4/2016 10:57:09Extroverthands-onIntrovertequal
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7/7/2016 17:11:36IntrovertAloneExtrovert
Most of the world are introverts.

Most of the time I am comfortable being an introvert
both I can be creative most of the time, but technology makes me timid.
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7/22/2016 13:50:12IntrovertAlone
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9/19/2016 12:06:45Introvert
I like to hear other's opinions, but prefer to be left on my own
It is both. Introverts can be by themselves, extroverts can set up video chats.
Dr. Seuss was afraid to visit children.

Do not stop collaborating.

It's OK to be alone.

I try to have my classsroom for both.
In my K-2nd grade typing class, the beginning of the class is quiet so the introverts can focus. The middle to end of my class, the students are allowed to converse with each other about the games they are playing, so the extroverts get to be stimulated.
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10/3/2016 9:02:54IntrovertIn a groupIntrovertIntrovert
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10/30/2016 16:38:25A little of bothAloneIntrovert
I agree with classrooms being setup for extrovert learning. Its frustrating for students who learn better in a quiet (introvert) setting. Many of my students get so over stimulated in the classroom that they have trouble working in the classroom.
Extrovert
Having online lectures or discussions would allow for students to work at their own paces but also allow for discussion boards for those extrovert students who work better in group.
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1/14/2017 13:26:43IntrovertAloneIntrovert
My family forced me to be an extrovert by putting me in extra curricular activities. My classroom fits both because I understand both.
AllTechnology helps me meet the needs of all students.
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