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Anderson Conference: Keynote with Dr. Laura Rendón - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne Grey
30:17
Welcome everyone
Seth Bloombaum
32:27
Good morning!
Anne Grey
32:37
Good Morning
Anne Grey
33:32
Please can everyone mute once you have settled in
Amber H
33:33
morning to you all
Eric Dodson
33:37
good morning all!
Rachel Siegel
33:56
good morning!
Christine Weber
33:57
Morning!
jenniferhall
33:59
Good morning!
Laura Rendon
34:03
Buenos Dias!
Tuba Kayaarasi
34:07
good morning!
Bio With Michelle
34:26
good morning
Bryan Rockwell (SY)
34:50
Good morning everyone!
Taryn Oakley
34:57
Good morning!!
Jolie Donohue (she/her)
35:09
Good morning!
Ron Bekey
35:18
Good morning!
Aubrey Tobias (she/her)
35:25
Good morning!
sandy sampson
35:27
Hello!
Joyce Kaplan
35:30
Good morning!
Vivian Miranda (she/her/hers)
35:44
Good morning Dr. Rendon! I teach for ASU Master's Program! I love sharing your work with my graduate students! Happy to be here today!
Kathleen Doss
35:48
Good Morning!
Laura Rendon
36:28
Thanks, Vivian! Love ASU!
Seth Bloombaum
36:29
Not finding the sign-in sheet
heatherpetzold (She/Her)
36:35
I just popped in. Is there a task we are doing right now? Thanks.
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan (she/her)
36:39
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HPLJrvO2sKYEdSiCaoMtvNPafU6ErhHnfqSIUCDY6Wo/edit?usp=sharing
Pam Kessinger
36:43
good morning!
Lisa George
36:48
Good Morning Dr Rendon! I love your work and use it in Community Based Learning and with my students when I teach Education and Sociology classes
Shelley Welke
36:50
Good Morning. I don't see the sign-in sheet attached to the invitation.
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan (she/her)
37:04
this is t he sign in sheet link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HPLJrvO2sKYEdSiCaoMtvNPafU6ErhHnfqSIUCDY6Wo/edit?usp=sharing
Anne Grey
37:14
Thank you, Veronica
Anne Grey ( she/her/hers)
39:17
The meeting is being recorded
Taryn Oakley
40:11
If you are not muted it may help the sound if you could mute yourself! Thanks!
Rebecca Hillary
48:06
Can someone type the book reference that was just given with last slide. Thank you.
Kris Fink
48:26
Relationship Rich Education
Israel Pastrana
48:30
https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/title/relationship-rich-education
Jean Mittelstaedt
48:32
Understanding what their strengths are
Sandy Neps
48:33
relationship rich eduction felten and lambert
Rekha Rao
48:43
Relationsip rich education by Fenten and Lambert
Jane Zunkel
48:49
https://jhupbooks.press.jhu.edu/title/relationship-rich-education
Anne Grey ( she/her/hers)
49:01
https://www.amazon.com/Relationship-Rich-Education-Connections-Success-College/dp/1421439360
Rachel Siegel
49:04
thanks
Amber H
49:22
critical thinking
Davida Jordan
49:23
being able to advocate for themselves
Sean Peterson
49:28
Ability to empathize
Shelley Welke
49:29
curiosity
Jeanell Innerarity (she/her)
49:30
empathy
Heather Lubay
49:30
Media literacy
Davida Jordan
49:32
confidence
Emmitt Wyche
49:35
Advocacy
moxieprof
49:36
Critical thinking
Rekha Rao
49:37
Critical thinking and be a continuous learner
Israel Pastrana
49:37
Praxis
Linda Paulson
49:38
Self confidenc
Karen Embry
49:39
Interpersonal communications
Kris Fink
49:39
confidence + awareness
Meredith Farkas (she/her)
49:40
critical thinking and self-advocacy
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
49:41
organizing together for liberation
Ron Bekey
49:41
self confidence
Naomi Brown
49:41
social awareness
Joyce Kaplan
49:42
empathy
Jane Zunkel
49:42
Compassion and Discernment
Rachel Siegel
49:43
caring for themselves and others
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan (she/her)
49:45
information literacy :)
Jennifer Margolis- Portland Community College
49:46
Empathy
Joyce Kaplan
49:48
critical thinking
Bryan Rockwell (SY)
49:49
critical thinking and empathy
Taryn Oakley
49:50
Compassion
Kevin Moore
49:51
Knowing how to apply their learning to the benefit of their communities
Roger Anunsen
49:52
Empathy
Jeanell Innerarity (she/her)
49:52
conflict facilitation
Shirlee Geiger
49:53
The ability to following someone else's reasoning with empathy and curiousity
Javelin Hardy
49:53
Systemic racism
Shawli Sengupta
49:54
Empathy
Joan San-Claire
49:56
emotional intelligence
Wendie Siverts PCC CADD
49:58
Desire to understand others
Mandy Ellertson
49:58
critical thinking compassion
Jennifer Vernon
49:59
Collaboration
Mark Lowry
49:59
critical thinking
Lara Mendicino
50:00
empathy
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
50:00
humility
Lisa George
50:05
linking the content matter to community liberation
sonya.bedient
50:05
compassion
Thea Prieto
50:07
diversity of perspective
Javelin Hardy
50:08
Violence against people of color
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
50:09
critical media understanding
michellelynnkeekerkiyoi
50:10
Feeling of self worth
Shelley Chamberlin
50:11
critical thinking and capacity to discern and address systemic oppression
Kris Fink
50:11
confidence!
sandy sampson
50:13
A sense of belonging in the world and having agency
Natalie Denny
50:14
critical thinking and lifelong learning
Dona Hertel
50:16
being themselves
Naomi Brown
50:18
mindfulness
Joan San-Claire
50:18
sharing and caring
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
50:22
care for community
Daphne Wu
50:23
caring
Julie Romey
50:24
Critical thinking and empathy
Linda Paulson
50:24
Interpersonal communication skills
Cara Lee
50:25
Ability to create a network
Tanya Mead
50:26
Compassion and curiosity
Rachelle Katter
50:28
empathy
Kim Smith
50:29
Social inquiry and analysis through lenses of intersectionality
Roger Anunsen
50:30
entrenched systemic anything
Tuba Kayaarasi
50:31
first be the change themselves
Iris Savich
50:32
Compassion, critical thinking, EQ
Carol Gonzalez
50:32
comfortable building relationships
Naomi Brown
50:49
don't stop when told no.
evegh
50:55
self confidence and feeling intelligent and accepting that one cannot know it all and there is always room for learning more
Mel
51:06
being a life long learner
Cara Lee
51:09
self empowerment
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
51:24
understanding inclusive democratic practice
Torie Scott
52:21
Relationship Rich Education (book) is available as an ebook through the PCC library: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/pccol/detail.action?docID=6371405
Rekha Rao
52:33
thank you!
Taryn Oakley
52:34
Thanks Torie!
Samm Erickson (he/him)
55:21
If you have questions for Dr. Rendon, you can add them here. We'll have about 30 minutes at the end for Q&A.
Samm Erickson (he/him)
57:00
If you have not yet, please sign in before the end of the presentation so that we can record your participation.https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HPLJrvO2sKYEdSiCaoMtvNPafU6ErhHnfqSIUCDY6Wo/edit#gid=0
Jane Zunkel
01:01:50
As language/writing teachers, how do we honor and validate students' diverse language histories and experiences while also being expected to guide them toward "standard English" (a myth) in their academic work and professional lives? This is a career-long question for me, may not be possible to be addressed in the Q/A session, no worries!
Anne Grey ( she/her/hers)
01:02:41
Thank you, Jane. I got your question
Israel Pastrana
01:03:13
Thank you, Dr. Rendon, for sharing this knowledge with us. I’m curious if you can speak to the role of Ethnic Studies and Chicanx Studies in developing the kind of pedagogical interventions that you are describing. Why do so many of these critical pedagogical tools come out of interdisciplinary fields of study that center the experiences of people of color?
Jean Mittelstaedt
01:03:58
The diorama on steroids--very impressive!
Emmitt Wyche
01:06:42
Wow, that is powerful!
Rachel Siegel
01:08:49
Love all the different materials
Jennifer Vernon
01:09:21
I appreciate that you share your Cajita with your students
Laela Huffstutter
01:12:48
Thank you Dr. Rendon for your time and sharing with us your inspirations
Jane Zunkel
01:16:02
How do we move from sentipensante in isolated places/people at a college or university to a sentipensante culture? It has to resist the culture that privileges the brain over the heart. That's a tough shift in academia!
Sean Peterson
01:16:19
“Strange Fruit” (1937) by Abel Meeropol, first recorded by Billie Holiday, 1939, and sung by her at many many performances after
Kris Fink
01:16:42
I was just thinking of the National Memorial for peace and justice. I was able to take my kids, and no words will replace how they felt seeing a KKK robe.
Tuba Kayaarasi
01:17:10
shift in academia. better understanding of what education is? and the propose of education...
Naomi Brown
01:18:56
my heart breaks hearing those voices.
heatherpetzold (She/Her)
01:22:27
This reminds me of Narrative4 a story sharing activity that builds empathy. https://narrative4.com/about/
Rekha Rao
01:22:52
A Q here for later So powerful - these examples. Thank you for 'sensitizing' us to these issues. This is 'educated' vs 'literate' and the shift to be truly educated is need of the hour I agree. How could we do something similar in Science and Engineering as I see these projects feeding more into 'liberal' or education?
Patricia Kepler She/Hers Disability Services
01:23:10
Sharing stories is such a powerful way to educate
Christine Weber
01:23:44
Thank you for asking that question, Israel. I’m interested in Dr. Rendon’s response as well. I’m also curious if, Dr. Rendon, you can say more about the
Rekha Rao
01:23:46
OOs! you are covering it now. Please ignore my earlier Q. :)
Anna Truxes
01:27:33
Powerful, thank you.
Patricia Kepler She/Hers Disability Services
01:28:25
Writing has always been my way to empty the pain of injustice. We are reminded over and over that speaking outmakes you look "angry" or "trouble". Speaking out makes others "uncomfortable".
Rekha Rao
01:29:39
In fact it was this word that made me sign on to this talk - sentipensate' - (curious about the word) and Thank You Dr Rendon for such a brilliant, mind-altering presentation.
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:30:26
resource: Emily and Amelia Nagasaki’s “Burnout: The Secret of Unlocking the Stress Cycle”
Shirlee Geiger
01:31:00
I know there is an increased focus on self-care in the mental+emotional health field. But job insecurity drives heightened anxiety and stress. Do you have any ideas about self-care in the context of academic labor becoming "gig" work?
Tuba Kayaarasi
01:31:01
meditate
Shelley Welke
01:31:04
Walking outside
Tuba Kayaarasi
01:31:07
yoga and nature
Rebecca Garetz
01:31:08
boundaries!
Rachel Siegel
01:31:08
yoga
Jeanell Innerarity (she/her)
01:31:09
Saunas
Taryn Oakley
01:31:09
Yoga and walks
Tanya Mead
01:31:10
Walk in the woods
Rekha Rao
01:31:10
reading favorite books
Rachel Siegel
01:31:10
walking
Amber H
01:31:11
hot bath
Davida Jordan
01:31:11
meditation
Shawli Sengupta
01:31:12
Go for walks
Stephanie Allen
01:31:12
Riding my bike
Jolie Donohue (she/her)
01:31:12
Walking, meditate, tai chi
Andrew Butz
01:31:14
Playing with my daughter
Sandy Neps
01:31:14
walking, gardening
Heather lang
01:31:15
yoga
elenavilla
01:31:15
Stretch, dance, walk in nature
PCC Laura Horani (she/her)
01:31:16
walking outside
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:31:16
medication
Naomi Brown
01:31:16
reading the Bible
Bryan Rockwell (SY)
01:31:17
meditation, cats
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan (she/her)
01:31:17
connecting with friends
Jennifer Margolis- Portland Community College
01:31:17
Music
Meredith Farkas (she/her)
01:31:17
Meditation, birdwatching
Linda Fergusson-Kolmes
01:31:17
meditation and nature
Jean Mittelstaedt
01:31:18
I ride my bike for miles
Joyce Kaplan
01:31:18
animals!
Shirlee Geiger
01:31:18
work with my union
Tuba Kayaarasi
01:31:18
connecting friends
Mark Lowry
01:31:18
basketball
Natalie Denny
01:31:19
walking my puppy
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them, art historian)
01:31:19
Looking at art
Jolie Donohue (she/her)
01:31:19
gardening
Jennifer Vernon
01:31:20
Daily walks
Tanya Littrell (she, they)
01:31:20
THANK YOU! This is so important in our current climate and often forgotten by our current systems.
Thea Prieto
01:31:20
dedicated offline time
Jocelin Higgins
01:31:21
Yoga, walking and getting fresh air, getting enough sleep
Tara Nelson
01:31:22
walking away from email
Sean Peterson
01:31:22
walks! hugs!
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them, art historian)
01:31:23
Making art
Sandy Neps
01:31:23
exercise
Mandy Ellertson
01:31:23
cooking
Pam Kessinger
01:31:24
learning new recipes
Lara Mendicino
01:31:24
drives with my daughter
Rebecca Garetz
01:31:24
religion
Dona Hertel
01:31:25
exercise
Jolie Donohue (she/her)
01:31:26
houseplants
Wendie Siverts PCC CADD
01:31:27
Music, reading paper rather than screen
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:31:27
playing ukulele
Emmitt Wyche
01:31:28
Being unapologetic about “me time”
Erin Ergenbright
01:31:28
healthy food and being in nature
Kevin Moore
01:31:29
finding a quiet place
Lutgarda Cowan
01:31:31
yoga, nature, supporting neighbors
Naomi Brown
01:31:32
walking dog
Martha Bailey (she)
01:31:35
Getting enough sleep
John Kontos
01:31:37
learning new languages
heatherpetzold (She/Her)
01:31:38
Listening to music
Rachel Siegel
01:31:39
cooking
Yuliana Auld
01:31:43
Yoga
Theresa Love
01:31:44
yoga
Leslie Rivera
01:31:44
Massage, acupuncture, chiropratic care
Rebecca Garetz
01:31:45
getting out of the house
Roger Anunsen
01:31:48
Menadering in the woods
Rachelle Katter
01:31:50
listening on the treadmill right now!thank you!
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:31:50
playing with my child
sandy sampson
01:31:50
‹learning new things
Linda Paulson
01:31:52
Connecting and playing with family
Eric Dodson
01:31:58
working together to make sure our colleagues get health care and a living wage
Iris Savich
01:31:58
Exercise, reading, cooking, nature, prayer
Roger Anunsen
01:32:01
Listening
michellelynnkeekerkiyoi
01:32:24
Finding my balance consciously
Jane Zunkel
01:32:54
Going on local drives and errands after long Zoom sessions.
Ron Bekey
01:33:14
taking a walk every day
Kim Smith
01:33:15
Wearing cozy clothes in bed and having my Zoom camera off while learning from amazing people like you!
zita.podany
01:33:36
watching funny movies, writing, and just sitting back looking out the window and letting my thought wander
Rekha Rao
01:34:03
Could we get a copy of this poem please?
Anne Grey ( she/her/hers)
01:34:29
We will be posting the slides on TLC webpage
sandy sampson
01:35:38
Who made the visual art we are seeing?
Kris Fink
01:35:44
Q: I'm interested in the overlap of sentipensante and trauma-informed learning and how to best support students who do open up to us but how to craft a safe space for them too. When to push and when to not.
Rebecca Garetz
01:36:21
Thank you!
Emmitt Wyche
01:36:25
This has been life changing!
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them, art historian)
01:36:26
Brava!
PCC Laura Horani (she/her)
01:36:32
Thank you so much Dr. Rendon!
elenavilla
01:36:37
GRACIAS!!!!
Jeanell Innerarity (she/her)
01:36:40
Thank you!!!
Torie Scott
01:36:40
Thank you so much! Deeply meaningful.
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them, art historian)
01:36:42
Thank you!
Rachel Siegel
01:36:42
Thank you!
Joan San-Claire
01:36:43
Thank you so much, Dr. Rendon
Stephanie Bryan
01:36:44
Thank you!!
Christine Weber
01:36:45
Thank you so much, Dr. Rendon! This was beautiful.
Linda Fergusson-Kolmes
01:36:45
thank you
Amber H
01:36:47
thank you
Jolie Donohue (she/her)
01:36:48
Dr Rendon, thank you for an incredible presentation
Thea Prieto
01:36:48
Thank you!
Eric Dodson
01:36:49
thank you!
Heather lang
01:36:49
Muchisimas gracias!!
Shelley Chamberlin
01:36:49
Thank you so much, that was wonderful!!
Phyllis Petteys
01:36:50
so wonderful--thank you
Meredith Farkas (she/her)
01:36:50
This has been wonderful! Thank you!
Bryan Rockwell (SY)
01:36:50
Thank you!
Laura Sanborn
01:36:51
Thank you!!
sandy sampson
01:36:51
Thank you
Jennifer Margolis- Portland Community College
01:36:52
Thank you for such a powerful and thought provoking presentation!!
Taryn Oakley
01:36:52
Thank you so much!!
Stephanie Allen
01:36:52
thank you!
Dona Hertel
01:36:52
thanks!
Leslie Rivera
01:36:55
Fabulous!
Erin Ergenbright
01:36:57
Thank you so much; just incredible.
Shirlee Geiger
01:37:02
wonderful!!!!
Lisa George
01:37:03
Shukran! Thank you <3
Jennifer Hall
01:37:04
<3
Mel
01:37:04
so thankful
Iris Savich
01:37:05
Fabulous, especially the poem!
Jane Zunkel
01:37:05
Muchas Gracias, Dr. Laura Rendon!
Sandy Neps
01:37:05
thank you !!!
Cheyenne Tang
01:37:07
Thank you!!!!
Cara Lee
01:37:08
Thank you!
Rekha Rao
01:37:09
Thank you so much !!
Joyce Kaplan
01:37:10
thanks so much!
Hannah Cherry (she/her/hers)
01:37:10
thank you so much ❤️
Heather Lubay
01:37:11
Thank you! Very much appreciative of your time
Tanya Mead
01:37:14
What a wonderful poem! Thanks so much!
Daphne Wu
01:37:16
Thank you,
Sandy Neps
01:37:17
You are a marvelous teacher !!
Roger Anunsen
01:37:19
Inspiring!!!!! TY
jeanne
01:37:22
Thank you so very much, I am beyond glad a came today :) Such helpful information for us as and students
Andrea Hills
01:37:26
Thank you! So refreshing and authentic!
Linda Paulson
01:37:31
Fabulous—thank you!
michellelynnkeekerkiyoi
01:37:41
Amazing presentation, so grateful and heartfelt.
Jocelin Higgins
01:37:43
Thank you very much Dr. Rendon! So great to learn and hear about these new perspectives for teaching!
Shawli Sengupta
01:37:51
Thank you!
Naomi Brown
01:38:26
Wonderful! Thank you for insight and love for this area of work ❤
Mel
01:38:28
YES!!!!!
Davida Jordan
01:38:37
Q for Dr. Rendon: What do you think the future of education will be in the United States, especially with a community college instructor as our new first lady and post-pandemic? :)
Sue Portinga
01:38:50
inspiring
Theresa Love
01:38:51
Thank you
Ron Bekey
01:39:59
Thank you, Dr. Rendon! I was teary during a lot of the videos, especially from people sharing their own personal stories. Also found the Cajitas project particularly valuable. Your talk was a good reminder that we aren’t just teaching students facts. We are helping them to feel good about themselves and find a place for themselves in society where they feel that their voice counts.
Patricia Kepler She/Hers Disability Services
01:41:34
This was amazing. Thank you for this wonderful presentation.
Leslie Rivera
01:42:07
Love your poem at the end helping us all see and experience this most difficult of times in a positive, helpful way.
Israel Pastrana
01:42:17
Thank you so much, Dr. Rendon.
Emmitt Wyche
01:43:05
Thanks for naming that. Thanks for being the vessel that acknowledges the “original way of knowing.”
Jane Zunkel
01:43:21
the original ways of knowing. thank you.
Eric Dodson
01:43:54
I think that's what Samm was saying. students often have internalized that narrative.
Sandy Neps
01:44:05
Thank you Shirlee!!!
sandy sampson
01:44:21
Yes, thanks Shirlee
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:44:45
great question, shirlee! that’s where self- and community-care line up - let’s keep organizing <3
Andrea Hills
01:44:52
Thank you Shirlee!
Shirlee Geiger
01:45:26
Thank you, Dr. Rendon. I hope you are right!!!
Jane Zunkel
01:45:31
Yes. Faculty health vs. burnout is directly linked to compensation levels and perceptions of respect, support, and value in an institution.
Shelley Chamberlin
01:46:54
Could we get that name again? (Trauma-informed pedagogy scholar)
Davida Jordan
01:47:50
https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/06/03/seven-recommendations-helping-students-thrive-times-trauma
Davida Jordan
01:48:00
Mays Imad
PCC Laura Horani (she/her)
01:48:44
thanks Davida!
sandy sampson
01:49:11
Thanks Laura!
Jocelin Higgins
01:49:38
Great question Davida!
Eric Dodson
01:50:03
how can we support students whose feelings include fear and anger -- specifically, stemming from internalized racism and distrust of expertise and institutions? It seems like o
sandy sampson
01:50:05
Oops, thanks Davida!
Eric Dodson
01:50:16
oops, sorry, disregard the last part
Jocelin Higgins
01:50:30
Wonderful news!
Linda Fergusson-Kolmes
01:50:33
so hopeful!
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:52:56
fear and anger are the organizing strategies of the far right - hope and love are the organizing strategies for the rest of us
Sean Peterson
01:53:20
^^^
Eric Dodson
01:53:49
thank you, Dr. Rendon, and Anne! and +1 to Ralf's comment
PCC Laura Horani (she/her)
01:54:18
That's right, Ralf! :-)
Amber H
01:57:05
thank you so much
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them, art historian)
01:57:07
Thank you so very much!!
Jane Zunkel
01:57:12
Thank you, Dr. Rendon. Your work gives us a space for many pedagogical practices to live.
PCC Laura Horani (she/her)
01:57:16
This was wonderful!
Daphne Wu
01:57:17
Thank you
Taryn Oakley
01:57:24
Thanks all!
Emmitt Wyche
01:57:30
Thank you!
Kevin Moore
01:57:31
Thank you for a great presentation!
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:57:31
thank you, doctora tendon!!
Sean Peterson
01:57:36
Muchas gracias!
sonya.bedient
01:57:37
Thank you!
Dona Hertel
01:57:37
thank you
Thea Prieto
01:57:38
thank you!
Joyce Kaplan
01:57:38
thank you!!
Jennifer Margolis- Portland Community College
01:57:40
Many thanks!!
Wendie Siverts PCC CADD
01:57:43
Thank you!!!
Natalie Denny
01:57:45
so amazing and powerful. thank you, Dr. Rendon
Yuliana Auld
01:57:45
Thank you!
Seth Bloombaum
01:57:45
Thank you Dr. Rendon!
Annette d'Autremont
01:57:45
Thank you so much!!
kowkie durst
01:57:47
Thank you!
Laura Sanborn
01:57:49
Thank you so much!
Bryan Rockwell (SY)
01:57:50
Thank you so much! This was a wonderful presentation!
Tim Krause
01:57:50
Thank you!
Roger Anunsen
01:57:51
Excellent!!!!
Lutgarda Cowan
01:57:51
Thank you, Dr. Rendon. Such wisdom and new knowledge for me! I can't wait to read your book!
Stephanie Bryan
01:57:51
Thank you so much!
Jocelin Higgins
01:57:53
Thank you so much! Such powerful wisdom and feeling!
Tara Nelson
01:57:53
Thank you so much!
Carol Gonzalez
01:57:55
beautiful, thank you Dr. Rendon for sharing your life work of awakening the minds and hearts of us all, and to Samm and Anne for bringing her to us : )
jeanne
01:57:56
Thank you!
sandy sampson
01:57:56
Thank you so much, inspiring.
Shelley Chamberlin
01:57:58
Thank you so much!!!
Mark Wagner
01:58:01
Cheers!~
Rachel Siegel
01:58:02
wonderful !
Naomi Brown
01:58:04
blessings to you!
Rebecca Garetz
01:58:04
Thank you!
Veronica Vichit-Vadakan (she/her)
01:58:05
wonderful, heartfelt presentation. thank you!
Jennifer Hall
01:58:06
Many thanks
heatherpetzold (She/Her)
01:58:11
Spoken straight to my heart and the heart of my students. Thank you.
Jean Mittelstaedt
01:58:13
Muchísimas gracias por sus pensamientos hoy día.
Jennifer Vernon
01:58:14
Inspiring!