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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20123:57 PM#sschat starts in four minutes! R U Ready!?
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Ron_Peck10/1/20123:57 PMJoin @Brian_ThomasTCI as he moderates a #sschat on Hands-On learning. #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20123:58 PM@Ron_Peck thanks so much for the opportunity to moderate the biggest social studies department meeting on the planet! #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20123:59 PMTonight's #sschat is on Hands-on learning....let's share ideas on what it is, what it looks like, and specific ideas on how to sanely do!
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khewett10210/1/20123:59 PMLooking forward to #sschat. Have tons of work today, but I will be checking in as much as possible.
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:00 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI Yes, but this is the good kind of a meeting. #sschatrocks #sschat
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:01 PMHi, Ron from Southern Oregon. I teach AP World History, AP US History and World History. #newideasareus #sschat
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classroomtools10/1/20124:01 PMGood evening #sschat This is Bill Chapman, checking in from Berkeley, CA
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:01 PMGood evening! I'm Brian Thomas. I work with TCI - the History Alive folks. Tonight's #sschat is on hands-on. Tell us where u r from...
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B_KOL10/1/20124:02 PMHi Brianne from N. IL. I teach a split level special education classroom. #sschat
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Ryannotbrianmck10/1/20124:02 PMRyan from NJ... Global Perspectives, Sociology and Racism/Genocide/Holocaust #sschat
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JeffBradbury10/1/20124:02 PMHello Everyone: Jeff from New Jersey
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philpuzz10/1/20124:02 PMPhil from Sarasota. Teaching civics and AH #sschat
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B_KOL10/1/20124:03 PM@42ThinkDeep How big? #sschat :-)
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murrbev10/1/20124:03 PMMary from VA- I teach AP Govt, US Govt and ancient world #sschat
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tsocko10/1/20124:03 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI hi! Tracy from Natick, MA. Happy to be able go catch #sschat for a few minutes!
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runningdmc10/1/20124:03 PM#sschat Dawn Casey-Rowe, Rhode Island
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42ThinkDeep10/1/20124:03 PMI'm Michael. From MA. I teach world history. #sschat. I also once caught a fish this big.
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:03 PMSo when you are thinking of hands-on-here is first of 5 questions to consider and discuss: Q1: What is hands-on instruction, to you? #sschat
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DWEllis9810/1/20124:03 PMHi! Dina from NY #sschat
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B_KOL10/1/20124:04 PM@murrbev I miss teaching the ancient world...I want back on my old 6th grade team. #sschat
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irishteach10/1/20124:04 PMHi #sschat I'm Heather from Chicago!
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philpuzz10/1/20124:04 PMQ1:very simplistic terms it is when the Ss manipulate information & make different products timelines, venn diagrams, storyboards #sschat
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JeffBradbury10/1/20124:04 PMHow big… I can't see ?
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Ryannotbrianmck10/1/20124:04 PMA1: when students are involved in the direction of a lesson... no two lessons are the same with different personalities #sschat
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:04 PMA1: Hands-on is getting students to actively participate in something they can learn from doing. #sschat
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42ThinkDeep10/1/20124:04 PMIt depends on your font. :) RT @B_KOL: @42ThinkDeep How big? #sschat :-)
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classroomtools10/1/20124:04 PMA1 - To me hands on is identifying skills for students to develop, then creating lessons that allow them to work on developing them. #sschat
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dutchermann10/1/20124:04 PMHi - Kristin from Arkansas with my social studies methods class #sschat
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cshirley310/1/20124:04 PMHi this is Cameron Shirley, a teacher candidate in NC (4 months until student teaching!!) #sschat
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42ThinkDeep10/1/20124:05 PMI think hands on might be a misnomer. I think that whenever Ss discover for themselves it can be "hands on" #sschat
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tsocko10/1/20124:05 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI Hands-on instruction puts the learning in the hands of students. Teacher guides. #sschat
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B_KOL10/1/20124:05 PM@42ThinkDeep ;-) Alrighty then. #sschat
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TeacherWebLinks10/1/20124:05 PM“@JenniferBarnett: Social Studies teachers will love http://t.co/GLeEELa5. Great way to work w/ archives. #sschat”
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runningdmc10/1/20124:05 PM@42ThinkDeep Outstanding #sschat
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murrbev10/1/20124:05 PMA1- students actively doing and discovering #sschat
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philpuzz10/1/20124:05 PMit also is when the make a product during #PBL #sschat
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misssssearcy10/1/20124:05 PMHi, I'm Anna, joining in from Chicago. I teach World Studies and AP US History. #sschat
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nothingfuture10/1/20124:05 PMI'm Tim, from Boston. I'm a professional education hooligan. #sschat
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khewett10210/1/20124:05 PMHi everyone! Kristen from NC. I teach US and Civics. #sschat
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:06 PMHi everyone, I'm excited that @Brian_ThomasTCI is here to rock our socks with hands-on learning. #sschat
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cshirley310/1/20124:06 PM@classroomtools I agree...hands on learning is about teaching and practicing transferable/interdisciplinary skills #sschat #edu355
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murrbev10/1/20124:06 PM@42ThinkDeep I agree #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:06 PMHands-on doesn't necessarily mean group work either...right? #sschat
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cybraryman110/1/20124:06 PMA1 So important to put the learning in the hands of the students to really engage them. #sschat
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MsHM21110/1/20124:07 PMHi all- Jen from NY here #sschat
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:07 PMA1: Hands-on is letting the students drive their own learning with activities that engage and allow for creativity. #sschat
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B_KOL10/1/20124:07 PMRT @runningdmc: RT @runningdmc: It means practical--finding the applications in every day things @42ThinkDeep #sschat
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runningdmc10/1/20124:07 PMIt means practical--finding the applications in every day things @42ThinkDeep #sschat
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classroomtools10/1/20124:07 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI No, it needn't be group work. #sschat
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dchogs8110/1/20124:07 PMTodd S., Stratford High School, CT. #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:07 PMRT @_andrewreid: RT @_andrewreid: #sschat Drew from Alabama...Hands on learning is an experience...to create, participate, engage
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_andrewreid10/1/20124:07 PM#sschat Drew from Alabama...Hands on learning is an experience...to create, participate, engage
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Robitaille201110/1/20124:07 PM“@Brian_ThomasTCI: Good evening! I'm Brian Thomas. Tonight's #sschat is on hands-on. Tell us where u r from...Louise from Ontario Canada
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classroomtools10/1/20124:08 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI But one can be mentally engaged without having hands on. #sschat
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42ThinkDeep10/1/20124:08 PMRT @runningdmc: RT @runningdmc: It means practical--finding the applications in every day things @42ThinkDeep #sschat
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42ThinkDeep10/1/20124:08 PMWhile "hands on" activities and "cooperative group activities" can go hand & hand (like Salt & Pepper) it doesn't have to #sschat #nosodium
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dlaufenberg10/1/20124:08 PMGreetings all! Diana, joining you from the aspen glow of Flagstaff, AZ... #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:08 PMHands-on is engagement. #sschat Love the simplicity that our language allows sometimes.
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irishteach10/1/20124:09 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI Hands on is engaging for students. If kids are engaged more likely to remember content/LEARN :) #2 #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:09 PMRT @tsocko: RT @tsocko: @Brian_ThomasTCI it can be groups but as long as the learner is driving, it does does not matter. #sschat
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tsocko10/1/20124:09 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI it can be groups but as long as the learner is driving, it does does not matter. #sschat
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_andrewreid10/1/20124:09 PMRT @Ron_Peck: RT @Ron_Peck: A1: Hands-on is letting the students drive their own learning with activities that engage and allow for creativity. #sschat
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dlaufenberg10/1/20124:09 PMA1: students driving their own learning, with some autonomy and authenticity of task #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:09 PM@classroomtools Good point....engagement is a larger topic than just hands-on. But you can't be hands-on without engagement. #sschat
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classroomtools10/1/20124:09 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI A great lecturer can be more engaging than some so-called hands on activities. #sschat
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misssssearcy10/1/20124:09 PMA1:To me, hands-on means that I don't do for students what they can (will) do themselves. I coach or model- they take it from there. #sschat
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burgessdave10/1/20124:09 PMDave from San Diego. Sorry to be a little late to the party. #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:09 PMSo....a good question #2, if you will, is that if we can identify what it is...WHY do hands-on activities with students? #sschat
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dlaufenberg10/1/20124:10 PMA2: b/c without it, we accept boredom as a part of the learning. using your hands is valuable for learning and growth #cainesarcade #sschat
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cshirley310/1/20124:10 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI Hands-on learning makes students more in control of their learning and they take ownership of it #sschat #edu355
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bcurrie510/1/20124:10 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI Hands On activities such as History Alive's Brazilian Rain Forest Debate are awesome! #sschat
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42ThinkDeep10/1/20124:10 PMWe are trying to engage our Ss in some sort of thinking...to lecture & test (looking for regurgitation) is doing them a disservice. #sschat
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burgessdave10/1/20124:10 PMRT @murrbev: RT @murrbev: A2- students learn more and remember more when they are actively involved. #sschat
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runningdmc10/1/20124:10 PMWhy? Because they should know that history/ss is alive, it's not about dead people who won battles:) #sschat
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PulitzerGateway10/1/20124:10 PMLearning global supply chains: there are real costs behind #shrimp, like #humantrafficking http://t.co/GQjLJE5L #edchat #sschat
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:10 PMA2: Hands-on activities get students excited about their own learning. #sschat
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classroomtools10/1/20124:10 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI Sadly, I've seen non-engaged students in so called hands on activities. #sschat
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burgessdave10/1/20124:10 PMRT @dlaufenberg: RT @dlaufenberg: A1: students driving their own learning, with some autonomy and authenticity of task #sschat
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murrbev10/1/20124:10 PMA2- students learn more and remember more when they are actively involved. #sschat
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Ryannotbrianmck10/1/20124:10 PMfor students to be challenged they have to be stumped and work through probe that are presented #sschat
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B_KOL10/1/20124:10 PM@misssssearcy I like that. We can guide, facilitate, question, but it's our students that do the heavy lifting. #sschat
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ljconrad10/1/20124:10 PMHi, Lisa Conrad from Pittsburgh, moderator of #gtchat. Happy to lurk 'n learn tonight! #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:10 PMRT @irishteach: RT @irishteach: @Brian_ThomasTCI Hands on is engaging for students. If kids are engaged more likely to remember content/LEARN :) #2 #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:11 PMRT @mseideman: RT @mseideman: A2 I think we need to connect learning to something "real" if they make a project make it global! #sschat
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mseideman10/1/20124:11 PMA2 I think we need to connect learning to something "real" if they make a project make it global! #sschat
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cobbykins10/1/20124:11 PMA1: Hands on is literally hands on - using maps, jigsaw puzzles, movement notes, Legos, playdoh - all to accomplish learning #sschat
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burgessdave10/1/20124:11 PMRT @runningdmc: RT @runningdmc: Why? Because they should know that history/ss is alive, it's not about dead people who won battles:) #sschat
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_andrewreid10/1/20124:11 PM#sschat A2: creating "hands on experiences" allow students to take ownership of their own learning
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:11 PMRT @cshirley3: RT @cshirley3: @Brian_ThomasTCI Hands-on learning makes students more in control of their learning and they take ownership of it #sschat ...
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MsHM21110/1/20124:11 PM@Brian_ThomasTCI no hands on doesn't always mean group work #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:11 PMThink of hands-on as being like old Prell commercial...& they'll tell 2 friends, and they'll tell 2 friends...#sschat multiplies learning.
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Ron_Peck10/1/20124:11 PM@ljconrad Hi Lisa, glad you could lurk with us. #sschat
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B_KOL10/1/20124:12 PM#sschat How'd I miss question 2? Repeat please.
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Robitaille201110/1/20124:12 PMRT @_andrewreid: RT @_andrewreid: #sschat Drew from Alabama...Hands on learning is an experience...to create, participate, engage
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nothingfuture10/1/20124:12 PMEvery part of real life is hands on. That pretty much sums up what part it should play in education. #sschat
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ljconrad10/1/20124:12 PM@Ron_Peck Excellent discussion! #sschat
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Brian_ThomasTCI10/1/20124:12 PMHands on can be messy...does that prevent more teachers from trying? #sschat
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runningdmc10/1/20124:12 PM@brian_thomasTCI They need to be invested in the process. Doing Br. Imperialism. Kid wanted to do DR. He's working hard #sschat
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