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ICS Colloquia - Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Sagar Pathare
21:03
Is this session being recorded?
Nick
21:33
yes
Sagar Pathare
22:59
Thank you, Nick
Bill Penuel (he/him/his)
01:04:36
I can watch chat for Q and A and feed questions to Thomas
Ali Raza (he/him/his)
01:04:50
From a systemic level, how do we support teachers ideologies to mediate equitable conversations about race?
Bill Penuel (he/him/his)
01:06:59
Folks hear Sidney’s question online?
Colin Hennessy Elliott
01:07:05
Yes!
Ali Raza (he/him/his)
01:07:07
Yes.
McKell Carter
01:07:09
ya
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:08:56
One ideology I wonder about is that learning takes place in the mind and manifests in talk and written word. What would it mean to pay more attention to our bodies, emotions, and other forms of communication. For example, your talk was focused on what the interlocutors were saying, and less about the coordination of bodies and emotional expressions. Are emotions (internal or externalized) and other forms of expression also important aspects of the reinforcement or contestation of ideologies getting constructed in interaction?
Areej Mawasi
01:09:06
Sorry I can’t speak for technicality. I have one question, how would you suggest making it possible to engage students in this type of activities in contexts where criticism of dominant ideologies can put nondominant students in vulnerable situation or situations that dehumanise them or dehumanise communities they relate to (e.g. Yemen example or describing their extended societies as “terrorists”)?
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:09:16
Sorry that was longer than expected, Bill. Feel free to edit.
Bill Penuel (he/him/his)
01:10:16
No problem. Can read — will alternate room and online Qs
Areej Mawasi
01:10:29
Same here feel free to rephrase
Colin Hennessy Elliott
01:12:18
my question: In your conceptualizations of ideology, power, and improvisation, there seems to be a view of learning as developing futures in-the-moment. Wondering how a vision of future fits into how you conceptualize what disciplinary content is currently for teachers and what it can be.
Ali Raza (he/him/his)
01:12:46
Thank you, Thomas!
Colin Hennessy Elliott
01:30:15
thanks so much for that answer Thomas! (and thanks for reading the ? Bill)
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:31:30
I love that idea, Thomas! How do we notice expansive openings?
Colin Hennessy Elliott
01:31:41
'getting better attuned to listening to those expansive moments" is a really cool way to share that
Colin Hennessy Elliott
01:33:42
A notion of prefiguration and prolepsis
Kerri Wingert
01:34:01
I appreciated getting to listen in on zoom today! Thanks everyone!
Tom Williams (he/him, Mines)
01:34:30
Thanks for the great talk!
Ali Raza (he/him/his)
01:34:39
Thank you for the amazing talk!
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:34:41
Thanks, Thomas!
Colin Hennessy Elliott
01:35:01
thank you so much for the amazing talk. And thank you for making room for us to join virtually