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Michelle Schutten's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Patrice Scott
20:39
Hello!
Jessica Ford
33:42
https://lincs.ed.gov/state-resources/federal-initiatives/teaching-skills-matter-adult-education
Paula Frey
35:47
Good job Michelle!
Patrice Scott
36:12
How about Civics training to students born in the USA, but are completely ignorant of Civics?
sshawn.smith
36:21
thumbs up
Paula Frey
36:27
πŸ˜€
Patrice Scott
36:29
πŸ˜€ I teach it
Sara Tickler
36:33
😎
cbourland
36:47
yes
Jayne Barnes Western Wyoming CC
37:19
😁
Paula Frey
38:15
They don't know the first president of the US.
Patrice Scott
39:26
Life and as you pointed out, voting...Our demographic know little about government and civics and struggle with the social studies part of the HiSet. But like you posted out, it's much more than just about the test.
BHorne
40:11
"Our students might be called for jury duty." That's a scary thought.
Patrice Scott
43:50
Is it possible the apathy we are seeing about voting, etc, is linked directly to the student's ignorant of how government systems work?
Patrice Scott
45:35
political cartoons too
Drew Aldridge
52:04
Side note, good video from PBS on Flint Water Crisis. https://www.pbs.org/video/poisoned-water-jhhegn/
Drew Aldridge
56:32
Our students lose their voting rights once they are incarcerated. One of the things I've talked with them about is advocating to getting their rights back.
Patrice Scott
57:06
Will we get a copy of the presentation you just gave?
Connie Colman
57:22
Drew, They are eligible to have rights restored if they are non-violent, first-time offenders, but it
Connie Colman
58:27
is up to the ex-offender to ask for it. It's my understanding it's not automatic.
Sandra.Toolen
58:56
http://corrections.wyo.gov/home/restoration-of-voting-rights
Kerry Steward
59:02
I would have appreciated that class before I got selected for jury duty.
Patrice Scott
01:00:54
Here's my email for a copy of both lectures Michelle gave today: pscott@lccc.wy.edu
Patrice Scott
01:07:20
Our demographic, regardless of age, only see the short term...
Patrice Scott
01:08:20
What do I need now. Not what will I need 20 years from now, or even five years from now.
Patrice Scott
01:17:57
Thank you very much!!
Patrice Scott
01:28:39
logic and critical thinking skills. I'm always surprised that there isn't more of an emphasis put on this type of learning in our state
Patrice Scott
01:29:23
It affects every other aspect of learning, and ultimately, life itself
Patrice Scott
01:30:54
I always wonder how they can even afford smoking.
Michelle Schutten
01:31:51
Avoid judgement words - so important!!
Patrice Scott
01:32:19
Or just How much is the smoking costing you per month or year
Patrice Scott
01:32:56
(or just asking)
Janet Lake
02:10:32
Hayley, is this just for those who need to complete their HSEC?
Hayley Speiser
02:11:46
Hi, Janet! No, you could utilize this lesson with all students. Some of the students I had in class needed a HSEC and some did not.
Janet Lake
02:12:31
Probably all inmates would benefit from this program.
Hayley Speiser
02:12:38
Absolutely!
Michelle Schutten
02:51:33
Civics Education - https://jamboard.google.com/d/1m4bv5DZaT_JIxovHlkvdlKeYkrn3LVo8FjXDjME1RA0/edit?usp=sharing
Hugh WSP Rawlins
02:51:46
Me either
Kerry Steward
03:16:42
what resources do we have state wide that we could leverage for incarcerated individuals once they return to the general population to get them up to speed with digital literacy? How can Community Colleges partner with the corrections system to help upon re-entry into the general population?
Hugh WSP Rawlins
03:18:27
I would love to see a program at the community colleges where former inmates can go and get more support
Kerry Steward
03:18:58
Something maybe we should start a discussion about so we can offer something after those who have been incarcerated leave the prison or detention center. I realize that we can’t incorporate while they are incarcerated.
Chelse DePaolo-Lara
03:19:22
Here in Casper we have a MOU with CRC. So, we directly serve incarcerated individuals and they come to us when they are released if they are still in the community.
Dennis
03:19:57
This was wonderful! Regrettably, have to leave this session at 4PM to set-up for an evening class.
Hugh WSP Rawlins
03:20:02
Yes we can restrict, but how would that be done on the outside?
Jessica Ford
03:20:20
Thanks Dennis!
Shawn Smith
03:20:33
Nancy and I have to leave before they lock down the facility.
Hayley Speiser
03:20:44
Thanks, Shawn!
Jim Maddy
03:21:23
I have to roll too - thanks presenters! Great info and discussion.
Hayley Speiser
03:22:49
Thanks, Jim!
Diane McQueen-WY
03:23:48
thank you so much TSTM team! You did an awesome job!
Chelse DePaolo-Lara
03:24:05
Thanks so much! Have a great night!
Connie Colman
03:24:09
Thank you all for your presentations.
sarah.michaels
03:24:11
Thank you for presenting!
Laurie Carollo WWCC
03:24:13
Thank you all- wonderful presentation & discussion!
Carly Bruntmyer
03:24:17
Thank you!
Kerry Steward
03:24:19
thank you!
LizR
03:24:23
thank you
Maggie
03:24:25
Thank you so much!! Great information!!
Lori Materi
03:24:35
This was a helpful and beneficial session! Thank you!
Janet Lake
03:24:39
It was good!
falon.cole
03:24:39
Thank you!
David Day
03:24:43
Thank you!
sandy.myers
03:25:15
Out of luck :)
sandy.myers
03:25:31
email and $50 for my time and trouble :)
Chelse DePaolo-Lara
03:25:48
πŸ˜‚ Sandy!!