TTT http://edtechtalk.com/ttt turns the hangout over to youth on Wed June 29 at 9pmET/6pm PT Youth Voices LIVE! will welcome:
— youth from http://www.integratenyc4me.com along with Sarah Zapiler and Sarah Camiscoli 
— youth from http://www.baltimorealgebraproject.org along with +jay gillen 
— students who have been working this summer with +Jose Rodriguez  and others to design “a youth network around global education action.”
Like Facebook page for CU4C https://www.facebook.com/cu4cissn/   
Come learn what +Hebh Jamal and +feyisola oduyebo  have been doing to research and fight for integration in NYC schools. And what+Abby Henry, +Andrei Mejia and the CU 4C team have in mind.
Join +Karen Fasimpaur and +Paul Allison  as we help youth organize around #stuvoice this summer! We’ll put a link for you to follow to join the Hangout On Air on a TitanPad that you can find just before the conversation begins at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt Join us on Wednesday, June 29 at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific.

Chat on June 29, 2016

20:38Paul Allison: Here is where to join us:https://hangouts.google.com/call/4utjfd55ffapbhspewdjelkbnqe
20:53Joe Rodriguez: Checking in from Los Angeles.
20:53Joe Rodriguez: I’ll be in the chat tonight 🙂
20:54Karen Fasimpaur: Hi Joe. We’re just getting the students set up.
20:54Joe Rodriguez: Lots going on in the house tonight. I’ll participate in the chat and watch the here
20:54Joe Rodriguez: cool.
20:58Joe Rodriguez: Hey Dan.. great seeing you here tonight
21:00Peggy George: Hi everyone!
21:01Joe Rodriguez: Hey Peggy..
21:01Peggy George: HI Joe! Great to see you!
21:02Peggy George: I’m running on fumes tonight because of so much activity in my life with #notatiste16 but it has been awesome!
21:02Joe Rodriguez: Yeah.. I tried to keep up a little with Tony Vincent’s Periscope. It was pretty awesome
21:03Joe Rodriguez: I’ll have to go back and slowly go through the twitter hastag
21:03Peggy George: I was one of his notetakers so that kept me really busy.
21:03Joe Rodriguez: thank you so much.. the poster sessions looked pretty amazing
21:04Peggy George: The easiest way to capture highlights is to use the Livebinder that Barbara Tallent and I have been curating.http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=2011539
21:04Dan Bassill: The info on thehttp://www.integratenyc4me.com/disparate-impact-teacherexperience web site very good. Hope to learn how they are sharing this w the 17 million living in NYC region.
21:04Joe Rodriguez: let us know when the live stream is on.
21:04Joe Rodriguez: I hear you guys
21:04Peggy George: We’re still adding resources to it but it has all of Tony’s Periscopes and many live broadcasts
21:04Joe Rodriguez: congrats Paul
21:04Peggy George: hearing great!
21:05Karen Fasimpaur: Greetings, all. Some minor tech challenges tonight…
21:05Peggy George: Hi Dan and Karen 🙂
21:05Karen Fasimpaur: There’s now a spot open in the hangout if someone wants to join.
21:05Peggy George: That’s a huge panel of guests! Fantastic!
21:06Karen Fasimpaur: Cooper Union rocks
21:07Peggy George: so glad Paul asked that question–what does that stand for 🙂
21:07Peggy George: Connected United 4 Change
21:08Joe Rodriguez: Great to to see the CU4C team I met them in Cleveland last week.
21:08Peggy George: are these two groups working together?
21:08Peggy George: Exciting Joe! Why were you in Cleveland?
21:08Joe Rodriguez: The CU4C was a week long project design camp
21:09Peggy George: aha! and you attended that camp? 🙂
21:09Joe Rodriguez: I was there as part of The Global Education network. It was my introduction to the network
21:09Joe Rodriguez: I will be working in one of these schools starting in August
21:09Joe : Hi all. So glad to listen in on this conversation.
21:10Joe Rodriguez: Hey.. welcome
21:13Joe Rodriguez: I saw the video produced as part of the integration initiative.. pretty impresive
21:13Peggy George: That’s terrific Joe!
21:13Joe Rodriguez: Our cities are segregated.
21:13Joe Rodriguez: I do see scanners in South Los Angeles.
21:14Joe Rodriguez: same in Los Angeles.. it is a race issue here too
21:15Joe Rodriguez: Murals are an effective way to communicate big ideas.
21:16Joe Rodriguez: you see them a lot in East Los Angeles in public buildings and schools
21:16Karen Fasimpaur: yes, in all cities I think
21:17Karen Fasimpaur: How’s the “school within a school” thing going in LA, Joe? When I was there, it didn’t seem very successful
21:17Joe Rodriguez: very cool.. are for with social justice themes
21:17Joe Rodriguez: It is still a model that is promoted. A lot are going back to comprehensive high schools
21:18Joe Rodriguez: I am in a site with 6 different authomous schools sharing one site
21:18Karen Fasimpaur: Those big high schools seem disastrous, but the school w/in a school thing didn’t seem like the solution… not sure…
21:19Joe Rodriguez: you are right… smaller is better but separate
21:19Peggy George: Love their vision for this!
21:19Joe Rodriguez: The CU4C team concept was developed as part of the design camp.
21:19Peggy George: very impressive!
21:20Joe Rodriguez: they organized themselves with a teacher led.
21:20Joe Rodriguez: lead
21:20Joe Rodriguez: I wonder how they can incorporate these big ideas into specific local issues?
21:20Joe Rodriguez: like those presented here tonight
21:22Peggy George: do they have a plan for that?
21:23Joe Rodriguez: I saw the video the Algebra Project produced a lot against testing…
21:23Joe Rodriguez: I like that focus on student led.
21:23Dan Bassill: Is there a Google+ group or slack group where these groups could be talking to each other?
21:23Joe Rodriguez: @Peggy I think that is still in the works
21:23Joe Rodriguez: @Dan what are slack groups?
21:24Peggy George: they have a facebook group but I don’t think that will be their primary form of communication
21:24Joe Rodriguez: The Algebra project has it together!
21:24Joe Rodriguez: I saw they invest a lot of money in hiring youth
21:25Peggy George: What kind of funding do they have for this project?
21:27Peggy George: that makes sense to start it and spread it in their own schools first
21:28Karen Fasimpaur: Jose, is this the model your new school is following?
21:28Joe Rodriguez: All these schools are part ofhttp://asiasociety.org/education
21:28Karen Fasimpaur: ah, thanks
21:29Joe Rodriguez: Yes. It’s the Global Education Network my school is k-5 but at my site there is a sister school 6-12 following the Global Education Competencies
21:30Dan Bassill: Here’s the Slack sitehttps://slack.com/. I’m part of 3 groups that have some pretty strong conversation going on. It’s by invitation. One is a White House Opportunity Project group. https://opportunity-data.slack.com
21:30Joe Rodriguez: There are about 50 schools in the US. in California, Texas, Colorado, Ohio, New York and other
21:30Joe Rodriguez: Thanks Dan
21:31Joe Rodriguez: @Dan I really admire the work you have done in Chicago
21:31Dan Bassill: Thanks Joe. I keep trying to find partners in other cities.
21:31Peggy George: Joe you need to get in the hangout for a future show to share what you’re doing with your school 🙂
21:32Peggy George: Thanks for the Slack site Dan!
21:32Joe Rodriguez: Sure.. I am excited.. I start in August. I do have a project in mind. KidsRadio L.A.
21:33Peggy George: What a perfect project for you Joe!!!!
21:33Joe Rodriguez: Kidcasts.
21:33Joe Rodriguez: I submitted my K12 online conference proposal with that theme
21:34Karen Fasimpaur: Yes, that looked great. Fyi, we’re currently reevaluating the conference format for this year so stay tuned for more updates in a couple weeks.
21:34Dan Bassill: One of the slack groups is the Chicago Hack Night group, with several hundred technologists involved. Recently they started using another site to support group decisions. Here’s the link. https://www.loomio.org Sites like Slack and Loomio might be useful for these students.
21:35Joe Rodriguez: dope it is. 🙂
21:35Peggy George: What about something like Twitcast for connecting and communicating?http://twitcasting.tv/indexhelp.php
21:36Joe Rodriguez: wow.. pretty innovative idea for the app.
21:37Joe Rodriguez: the civil rights movement lives on
21:38Peggy George: what about dotstorming for decisionmaking? I really like it! We used it to select sessions for EdCamp
21:38Joe Rodriguez: the adult as a coach
21:38Peggy George: https://dotstorming.com/
21:39Joe Rodriguez: btw..when do you have an edcamp in Arizona. I would love to come over
21:39Dan Bassill: I’ve heard the youth-vs-adult conversation for 40 years. Problems are complex. Youth become adults. We need to finding ways to get people involved when young and keep them involved for a lifetime.
21:39Joe Rodriguez: The feds are listening now. 😀
21:40Joe Rodriguez: I agree Dan. It is a very complex issue we all need each other #bettertogether
21:41Joe Rodriguez: Paul is old like me
21:41Peggy George: Our edcamp in Phoenix (but for around the state) is usually at the end of February on a Saturday
21:42Peggy George: Loomio looks really interesting!
21:43Joe Rodriguez: I’ll try to make it in.
21:44Joe Rodriguez: We had someone come in from Pheonix for our local edcamp here in Los Angeles
21:45Joe Rodriguez: https://twitter.com/urbie
21:47Joe Rodriguez: block parties are very cool. More than just 4 of July but around social issues
21:47Peggy George: that would be fantastic Joe! Start following our hashtag as the time gets closer (early Feb)
21:47Peggy George: we have block parties regularly in our neighborhood 🙂
21:48Peggy George: we call them “popup parties” and invite everyone in the neighborhood to come
21:48Joe Rodriguez: very cool
21:48Peggy George: always great conversations focusing on things we can do to support each other in the neighborhood
21:48Peggy George: many local issues get addressed this way 🙂
21:49Peggy George: they’re doing some great things with their block parties!
21:49Joe Rodriguez: I agree. A different type of meetup. More organic and local.
21:50Peggy George: I think building those kinds of relationships go a long way in gaining support for projects when you need it
21:51Joe Rodriguez: That tap in the shoulder goes a long way. Like Paul said F2F does a lot also
21:51Peggy George: yes
21:51Peggy George: having trouble understanding her right now
21:51Peggy George: hebh
21:51Peggy George: very muffled and it wasn’t before
21:53Peggy George: how do you sustain go fund me projects?
21:53Peggy George: they are usually fairly short-lived
21:53Peggy George: could you post that link here in the chat?
21:55Peggy George: I found it on their Facebook page https://www.gofundme.com/cu4cissn
21:55Joe Rodriguez: dinner is calling. chicken tacos 🙂 gotta run folks. Congrats to all the youth groups
21:55Joe Rodriguez: thanks Paul and Karen as well as all those participating here
21:56Karen Fasimpaur: Good to see you. Have a nice night.
21:56Peggy George: bye Joe
21:56Karen Fasimpaur: I like that — food connects
21:56Dan Bassill: bye Joe
21:56Peggy George: love the idea of an International Spaghetti Dinner night 🙂
21:58Karen Fasimpaur: community foundations
21:58Peggy George: they are learning so much as they develop their ideas and plans!
21:58Dan Bassill: I can’t tell you how many grant request I wrote from 1990-2011
21:58Peggy George: very time consuming!!!
21:59Karen Fasimpaur: This is making me think of Harry’s project where youth write grants for their projects
22:01Dan Bassill: If these kids can connect, and organize, they have huge potential.
22:03Peggy George: I agree Dan!
22:04Dan Bassill: Need someone to create a cMOOC that draws similar youth together, with maybe us old folks allowed to share our own experiences
22:04Peggy George: that is awesome that they are making connections for the future right here in ETT!
22:04Peggy George: good idea Dan! 🙂
22:06Karen Fasimpaur: Thanks, everyone. Good night.
22:06Dan Bassill: Thanks for tonight’s session. Good night all.
22:07Peggy George: REally enjoyed learning about these projects! Thank you all!
22:07Peggy George: good night everyone!
22:07Peggy George: love the energy!!
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