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Here’s a little homework participants may want to do before the hangout. The source documents are open to comments.

Ethical Story (Fairy Tale) Project:
Youth Voices Discussion: http://youthvoices.net/discussion/old-hound
Source Document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rSSSWUzQo8_Y-cy-JKvfbnjFbdn0Xd3o5HyZYTUgJHw/edit?usp=sharing

Group Game Project:
Youth Voices Discussion: http://youthvoices.net/discussion/academic-adventures-math-dash 
Source Document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PjEjTSrtVK-xWbBYNKij969F_p-WfsBewhlbJ97tk68/edit?usp=sharing

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+Jessica Forbes, +Dawn Reed, +Sheri Edwards, +Karen Fasimpaur, and +Paul Allison invite you to join them on this week's Teachers Teaching Teachers http://edtechtalk.com/ttt on Wednesday, June 24th at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific.

The five of us (along with you if you are available) plan a work session where we take a look at building online. blended curriculum for our students -- with the expressed purpose of helping them to join together around common projects, texts, issues, and questions this coming year.

Last week, on TTT https://youtu.be/g3sFmVBK8Fk  , we took a look at http://youthvoices.net/dasani and this plan: https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1f76VZRYBNNmP6prOvuMPxT5OVT12XbRNZlPUlMjg5EA/pub 

This week on TTT we will continuing that conversation, about building curriculum that allows for or nurtures self-directed inquiry. We'll start with how we use questions and we'll look specifically at how we develop missions on Youth Voices. http://youthvoices.net/missions

If you've wanted to know more about how Youth Voices works, this might b a great time for you to join us on on Teachers Teaching Teachers http://edtechtalk.com/ttt - Wednesday, June 24th at 9PM ET/6PM PT

Sheri Edwards will be joining us to talk about how she integrated ideas from the Right Question Institute, which helped her to "frame our projects with student questions and focus projects." She writes:

"It helped with engagement and making the project 'theirs' and not 'mine.' For some, I needed to add more structure/timeline. Others did well creating their own. Here's one of our projects: Native Worlds https://docs.google.com/document/d/10L_QLi3EiYf82cGP2qvfa8knq2E8XZkyvzch-DdJU7Y/edit?usp=sharing

Here's the Right Question resources that got her started: http://rightquestion.org/educators/resources/

We will also be joined by Jesse Forbes https://sites.google.com/site/ohighmsforbes/11th-grade and Dawn Reed whose students have been doing great work on Youth Voices this year!

We are planning to have a work session where we all learn more about building and sharing curriculum together and facilitating our students meeting on Youth Voices.

Please join us on TTT this Wednesday at 9 PM ET/6PM PT at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt
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http://edtechtalk.com/ttt 6.17 9pmET/6pmPT @m_mcneal @onewheeljoe R. Rivera-Amezola @grammasheri Inquiry dilemmas https://goo.gl/d4ThLW #NWP
+Karen Fasimpaur  and  +Paul Allison  would like to invite you to join a "critical friends" group meeting on Teachers Teaching Teachers this Wednesday 6.17 at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific.

We are planning to use a more structured process, a Consultancy protocol http://youthvoices.net/consultancy, to explore dilemmas that grow when we bring inquiry into our curriculum.

So far our "critical friends" will be  +Joe Dillon, +Mallory McNeal, +Robert Rivera-Amezola, +Sheri Edwards, +TERRY ELLIOTT, and +Michael S Weller ... THERE'S ROOM FOR YOU!

Join us in a Hangout On Air where we will discuss this Youth Voices Mission: http://youthvoices.net/dasani and this presentation of that mission that aims to allow for self-directed learning and at the same time provides a map for an inquiry process with this material: https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1f76VZRYBNNmP6prOvuMPxT5OVT12XbRNZlPUlMjg5EA/pub

This is the dilemma we'd like to talk about: How do we provide such "maps of an inquiry process" without them becoming yet another set of expectations and assignments that students (and teachers) work through with minimal compliance?

I've been developing such dilemma-filled maps for a number of years, and we attached open digital badges to the work a couple of years ago: http://youthvoices.net/play Also: http://youthvoices.net/grid

There is also work here that goes to different layers, which we will not be able to address on Wednesday evening on TTT. This work bounces back and forth between setting up systems that work in schools and curriculum and approaches that engage students and theory and educational philosophy:

"Habits of Mind" https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1_s4t9qjsd-4ZOadTE6HfTKaKFXoi0ivHykR6J5Zt8ro

"Competencies" (or what Alverno College calls "Abilities") https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-i2JzcOcNsg952zm3FU0PQXM5OjKqcx6Nxm0i6srM_8/pub

What a "Mission/Investigation" (or Project) is: http://youthvoices.net/mission

I trust that we will be able to get at some of this by looking at the specific mission and grid available at http://youthvoices.net/dasani

This is a bit of an odd way to do Teachers Teaching Teachers because it highlights my work and it asks our guests to participate in more formal process (a Consultancy) than our normally open-ended discussions on TTT.

The work I'd like to discuss echoes what Michael Weller wrote in an email to other members of the "Inquiry Prototype 1" group:

This year, I realized that I wanted to make my inquiry process a bit more systematic and formal. While I was creating knowledge that could inform my practice, I felt that my ability to share this knowledge was limited; I thought that a more formal, traditional inquiry process would make it easier for me to share my findings.

What happens when we make our inquiry processes "a bit more systematic and formal?"

Please join us on Teachers Teaching Teachers this Wednesday 6.17 at 9PM ET/6PM PT at http://edtechatlk.com/ttt

THANKS!
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Join us at 9PM ET/6PM PT at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt this Wednesday, June 10.

Our mayor here in NYC says that Kalief Browder's death will not be in vain http://observer.com/2015/06/de-blasio-deeply-saddened-by-death-of-man-held-years-at-rikers-without-trial/ Let's hope that youth younger than 18 get taken off Rikers immediately, and that we see reform in bail procedures for families who can't afford it.

Kalief's story and death hit hard because I can imagine him walking up to the GED program at Lehman or biking to BCC these last semesters. He was my son's age and he could have been a sophomore in my classes when he arrested for supposedly stealing a backpack.

Maybe this will be a moment for looking at justice once young men like Kalief are arrested and put in jail to wait for trial.

If you are available, we would love for you to join us on TTT to talk about this case and to think together about how we build a curriculum and a movement for change in our schools that will bring these issues into our classrooms.

More information and links:

Perhaps you've been following the story of Kalief Browder, and the sad end last week. We want to do something on Teachers Teaching Teachers on Wednesday to remember him, and if you could join us it would be great.

Recently, I pieced together -- it needs work around the edges -- a mission, a set of articles that you may know already. I uploaded them to NowComment with the hope that we'll be able to use them to learn together about Kalief and the injustices that he suffered. http://youthvoices.net/kaliefbrowder It's also possible to get the NowComment versions these articles from this blog post: http://nowcomment.com/blogs/34605

It's not a great time to start something new at my school, the end of a semester, but I'll be looking for moments to use this material with students. I'd love to collect stories, essays, and poems about or inspired by Kalief in the left column of the Youth Voices mission.

We'd like to have a conversation about this curriculum -- but really about Kalief on this week's Teachers Teaching Teachers, Wednesday June 10 at 9PM ET/8PM Central/7PM MT/6PM PT via Hangout On Air.

We would love it if you could join this conversation. Do you think you might be available? Is there anybody else you think would be good to join this conversation -- really a continuation of Black Lives Matter.
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Black Lives Matter on TTT: Remembering Kalief Browder - Wed. 6.10
  In reference to the sad news about Kalief Browder, Jaye Jones, Director of the Adult Learning Center at Lehman College wrote: "I think that it's so important to get young people engaged around these issues - this is a true teaching moment." Arrested when ...
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TTT - July 1 - Take a look at 7th grader's Scratch projects on Youth Voices with Shantanu Saha, Chad Sansing, and Karen Fasimpaur
  Wed. July 1 on TTT  http://edtechtalk.com/ttt   + Chad Sansing  will be joining us respond to   + Shantanu Saha  who will be talking about his work with seventh graders who build fractured fairy tales academic games on the Scratch platform graders  http:/...
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Questions, Missions and Planning Collaborations on Youth Voices this week on Teachers Teaching Teachers - June 24 at 9PM ET/6PM PT
+ Jessica Forbes ,  + Dawn Reed ,  + Sheri Edwards ,  + Karen Fasimpaur , and  + Paul Allison  invite you to join them on this week's Teachers Teaching Teachers  http://edtechtalk.com/ttt  on Wednesday, June 24th at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific. The five of us (...
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+Jessica Forbes, +Dawn Reed, +Sheri Edwards, +Karen Fasimpaur, and +Paul Allison invite you to join them on this week's Teachers Teaching Teachers http://edtechtalk.com/ttt on Wednesday, June 24th at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific.

The five of us (along with you if you are available) plan a work session where we take a look at building online. blended curriculum for our students -- with the expressed purpose of helping them to join together around common projects, texts, issues, and questions this coming year.

Last week, on TTT https://youtu.be/g3sFmVBK8Fk  , we took a look at http://youthvoices.net/dasani and this plan: https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/1f76VZRYBNNmP6prOvuMPxT5OVT12XbRNZlPUlMjg5EA/pub 

This week on TTT we will continuing that conversation, about building curriculum that allows for or nurtures self-directed inquiry. We'll start with how we use questions and we'll look specifically at how we develop missions on Youth Voices. http://youthvoices.net/missions

If you've wanted to know more about how Youth Voices works, this might b a great time for you to join us on on Teachers Teaching Teachers http://edtechtalk.com/ttt - Wednesday, June 24th at 9PM ET/6PM PT

Sheri Edwards will be joining us to talk about how she integrated ideas from the Right Question Institute, which helped her to "frame our projects with student questions and focus projects." She writes:

"It helped with engagement and making the project 'theirs' and not 'mine.' For some, I needed to add more structure/timeline. Others did well creating their own. Here's one of our projects: Native Worlds https://docs.google.com/document/d/10L_QLi3EiYf82cGP2qvfa8knq2E8XZkyvzch-DdJU7Y/edit?usp=sharing

Here's the Right Question resources that got her started: http://rightquestion.org/educators/resources/

We will also be joined by Jesse Forbes https://sites.google.com/site/ohighmsforbes/11th-grade and Dawn Reed whose students have been doing great work on Youth Voices this year!

We are planning to have a work session where we all learn more about building and sharing curriculum together and facilitating our students meeting on Youth Voices.

Please join us on TTT this Wednesday at 9 PM ET/6PM PT at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt
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What happens when we try to map self-directed inquiry? The dilemmas of curriculum planning on TTT. Wednesday, 6.17
  http://edtechtalk.com/ttt  6.17 9pmET/6pmPT @m_mcneal @onewheeljoe R. Rivera-Amezola @grammasheri Inquiry dilemmas https://goo.gl/d4ThLW   #NWP + Karen Fasimpaur  and  + Paul Allison   I would like to invite you to join a "critical friends" group meeting ...
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We are live in 10 minutes. Join us at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt RE: #KaliefBrowder  
 
Join us at 9PM ET/6PM PT at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt this Wednesday, June 10.

Our mayor here in NYC says that Kalief Browder's death will not be in vain http://observer.com/2015/06/de-blasio-deeply-saddened-by-death-of-man-held-years-at-rikers-without-trial/ Let's hope that youth younger than 18 get taken off Rikers immediately, and that we see reform in bail procedures for families who can't afford it.

Kalief's story and death hit hard because I can imagine him walking up to the GED program at Lehman or biking to BCC these last semesters. He was my son's age and he could have been a sophomore in my classes when he arrested for supposedly stealing a backpack.

Maybe this will be a moment for looking at justice once young men like Kalief are arrested and put in jail to wait for trial.

If you are available, we would love for you to join us on TTT to talk about this case and to think together about how we build a curriculum and a movement for change in our schools that will bring these issues into our classrooms.

More information and links:

Perhaps you've been following the story of Kalief Browder, and the sad end last week. We want to do something on Teachers Teaching Teachers on Wednesday to remember him, and if you could join us it would be great.

Recently, I pieced together -- it needs work around the edges -- a mission, a set of articles that you may know already. I uploaded them to NowComment with the hope that we'll be able to use them to learn together about Kalief and the injustices that he suffered. http://youthvoices.net/kaliefbrowder It's also possible to get the NowComment versions these articles from this blog post: http://nowcomment.com/blogs/34605

It's not a great time to start something new at my school, the end of a semester, but I'll be looking for moments to use this material with students. I'd love to collect stories, essays, and poems about or inspired by Kalief in the left column of the Youth Voices mission.

We'd like to have a conversation about this curriculum -- but really about Kalief on this week's Teachers Teaching Teachers, Wednesday June 10 at 9PM ET/8PM Central/7PM MT/6PM PT via Hangout On Air.

We would love it if you could join this conversation. Do you think you might be available? Is there anybody else you think would be good to join this conversation -- really a continuation of Black Lives Matter.
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In reference to the sad news about Kalief Browder, Jaye Jones, Director of the Adult Learning Center at Lehman College wrote: "I think that it's so important to get young people engaged around these issues - this is a true teaching moment."

Arrested when he was 16, Kalief spent almost three years in jail and never received a trial (in NYC, in the USA!?). When his case was finally dropped, and he was released in 2013, Kalief came to the Adult Learning Center at Lehman College to earn his GED.

On Saturday, his journey ended, and because we believe that Black Lives Matter, we are preparing to talk about Kalief Browder and the injustices he faced on this Wednesday's Teachers Teaching Teachers http://edtechtalk.com/ttt at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific.

Please plan to join us if you can.

Recently, I pieced together -- it needs work around the edges -- a mission, a set of articles that you may know already. I uploaded them to NowComment with the hope that we'll be able to use them to annotate and to learn together about Kalief and the injustices that he suffered. http://youthvoices.net/kaliefbrowder It's also possible to get the NowComment versions these articles from this blog post: http://nowcomment.com/blogs/34605

It's obviously not not a good time, the end of a semester, to start something new with students, but perhaps we can be looking for moments to use this material with them. It would be a tribute to Kalief if we could eventually collect stories, essays, and poems about or inspired by Kalief in the left column of the Youth Voices mission.

Please join us on TTT to have a conversation about this curriculum -- but really about Kalief and too many others like him on Wednesday June 10 at 9PM Eastern/6PM Pacific at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt

We would love it if you could join this conversation. Let's talk about what Kalief Browder's story means to us and the work we do in schools today. Help us develop more curriculum and take more actions because Black Lives Matter.
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Paul Allison has been been teaching and learning ever since he graduated from Hunter College, CUNY in 1983. Early in his career, Paul helped start University Heights Secondary School in the Bronx, NY, one of the first Coalition of Essential Schools. Paul and his colleagues learned that doing school better didn't have to be the same-old, with more effort. They replaced grades with portfolio assessment, re-thought subjects and departments with cross-disciplinary, project-based teaching teams, and taught multi-aged groups of students without regard to age. 

After teaching at University Heights for 12 years, Paul moved on to work with English Language Learners at the International High School in Queens for a few years, and he has worked as a technology teacher, before returning to teaching English. For the last two years, Paul developed and taught students in a multi-disciplinary blended learning program at the Bronx Academy Senior High. 

Paul has been the Tech Liaison the New York City Writing Project (NYCWP) for over ten years. In 2003, along with colleagues in other local sites of the National Writing Project, Paul helped develop Youth Voices youthvoices.net, a school-based social network where students develop, display, and discuss self-directed digital projects, and where teachers build and collect curriculum together. Paul has also been one of the co-hosts of Teachers Teaching Teachers, a webcast and podcast that has been broadcasting live at edtechtalk.com/ttt every Wednesday since 2007. 

The last two summers, along with colleagues in the New York City Writing Project, Paul co-facilitated a Youth Voices Summer Program that brought together 13-17 high school students from different schools in every borough of NYC and 4-6 teachers to develop interest- based, passion-fueled, multimedia projects that will gave all new experiences in making and learning more about connected learning. 

Currently Paul is a 6th grade English teacher at a brand new public school for over-aged, under- credited youths in the Bronx. New Directions Secondary School will be a 6-12 that where the curriculum is available to all students online, and their study becomes more and more asynchronous as individuals demonstrate specific learning competencies within the schools mastery-based curriculum.
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