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Determined to Lead During the Pandemic - Shared screen with gallery view
Nicholas Blum
45:44
“In this meeting, there are two ASL interpreters named “ASL - Lanette” and “ASL – Audrey.” Both interpreters are co-hosts, so their names should be near the top of the participant list. To access the participants list, click the “participants” button at the bottom of the meeting screen.”
Nicholas Blum
45:50
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”
Nicholas Blum
45:56
“During the screen share, all presenter cameras will be off, so that the ASL interpreters are visible on the Facebook live stream. Prior and post the screen share, we invite all presenters to activate cameras, as the multiple spotlight functionality will carry over to Facebook in this circumstance.”
Steve Repanich
46:45
Hi from North Bend WA
michael thornton
46:48
Evening, Chilly and snowy here in Little Rock
Steve Repanich
47:09
How long is the zoom meeting?
Jeff Javier
47:34
Welcome! Sending warm wishes to all our colleagues in the Midwest and East Coast. Stay warm out there.
Shannon Rivas
47:48
Good evening from Hot Springs, Arkansas. We have snow.
Natalie Luna Rose
48:39
The session goes until 7:30pm AZ Time
James Hinckley
48:49
James from AzSILC
Nicholas Blum
49:43
“If you are having audio difficulties, check that the correct audio input and output are selected by clicking the up arrow/carrot just to the right of the “unmute” button on the bottom left of the meeting screen.”
Rebecca Kasen
49:47
Good evening from Lansing Michigan
Laura Marquez
49:58
Greetings from El Paso, Texas.
Nicholas Blum
50:00
“To activate captions, click on the closed captioning button at the bottom of the meeting screen for caption options. Please note the “full transcript” view is now available as an option. If you are joining via facebook live, you may also need to activate captions by clicking the gear icon at the bottom of the video screen.”https://captionpros.1capapp.com/event/aacd This is the external link for captions.
Susan Voirol
50:02
Susan Voirol, Arizona, Diverse Ability Incorporated.
Alethea Rudolph
50:05
Germantown, MD
Pat Carney
50:08
Hi from Massachusetts.
Nicholas Blum
50:13
“One way to see the ASL interpretation is to find the ASL interpreter(s) in the participant list, and then right click and select the “pin video” option for that person. This will allow you to keep the interpretation video front and center during the meeting. The hosts will also “spotlight for everyone” the active ASL interpreter, so it should automatically come to the front, as well. The ASL interpreters will be switching off during the session.”“In this meeting, there are two ASL interpreters named “ASL - Lanette” and “ASL – Audrey.” Both interpreters are co-hosts, so their names should be near the top of the participant list. To access the participants list, click the “participants” button at the bottom of the meeting screen.”
Janet Massite
50:13
Good evening, greetings from San Francisco California
Brian Freeman
50:25
Representing Cape Cod!
Mary Alexander
50:29
Happy Mardi Gras! New Orleans!
Nicholas Blum
50:31
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”“During the screen share, all presenter cameras will be off, so that the ASL interpreters are visible on the Facebook live stream. Prior and post the screen share, we invite all presenters to activate cameras, as the multiple spotlight functionality will carry over to Facebook in this circumstance.”
Jeff Javier
50:38
Welcome to our East Coasters!
susan kluge
50:39
Hello from a cold Pennsylvania!
Dina Aguirre
50:42
Good evening in Oceanside California
Debby Moc
50:43
Hi from LA, California :)
Amy Boone
51:04
Hi to everyone from the Boston, MA area
Treyce Spears
51:08
Treyce' freezing in Illinois!
Kirstin Cender
51:34
hi in Scottsdale az by way of lansing muchigan
Valerie Perkins
51:43
Hello all from Erie, PA!
Natalie Luna Rose
51:45
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Mary Dickman
56:05
Good Evening! from Buffalo, NY @SEPACBUFF
Jeff Javier
56:16
The first question is: What have you learned about Personal Leadership, and how has this insight been helpful to you, especially during the pandemic???
Ellen Coulston
57:30
Volition!
Yolanda Wilson
57:36
Hi, Everyone from Tulsa Community College in Tulsa, Oklahoma!
Jeff Javier
01:03:39
In what ways have you demonstrated leadership skills while interacting with others?
Jeff Javier
01:13:44
Third Question: What is your process when confronting a challenging decision?
Jeff Javier
01:22:07
Fourth Question: What challenges have influenced your Self-Determination in the last year, and how have you overcome them?
Pat Carney
01:31:20
difficulties with online because its not the same as face to fact.
Jeff Javier
01:35:14
Fifth Question: With the drastic changes in education recently, what are some ways in which you have used Self-Advocacy to ensure your success?
Jeff Javier
01:50:49
Sixth Question: What tips do you have for young people who have disabilities who wish to take a more active role in choosing the life they want to live?
James Hinckley
01:51:30
Comment: Great answers from the panel Speakers
Wendy Warren
01:51:46
Great question!! Thank you for asking.
Ena Harrison
01:53:41
clapping
Shannon Rivas
01:54:52
Well said Amira!
Natalie Luna Rose
02:05:40
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Shannon Rivas
02:06:01
To any panelist: Has any one of you had issues with class work during the elementary school years?
Yolanda Wilson
02:06:27
To all panelist, thank you for sharing your experiences.
Beca Bailey
02:07:27
thanks to all panelists for sharing your experiences. I appreciate Amira's perspective as a Deaf person and from the Deaf community as a whole. Thanks again!
Pat Carney
02:08:12
I'm wondering if there is a network of leadership programs across states? do you work within schools or more community-based. How do you do outreach?
Tyrone Williams
02:10:37
were limitation placed on you by your parents or your schools
Pat Carney
02:11:12
I would LOVE a transcript of Isaac's answer to that last question about elementary school suggestions.
Wendy Warren
02:11:24
I am working on a project to increase employment opportunities to youth with ALL abilities. As I connect with students who have not been expected to nor encouraged to join the workforce, what would you say to them about employment? Feel free to email responses. wswarren@arizona.edu. I work with the Sonoran UCEDD.
David Carey
02:11:28
Pat Carney - This is Mellie Santora (not David Carey) from Diverse Ability Incorporated. There is a National Association of Youth Leadership forums, and a Youth Leadership Forum in 31-ish states. We are mentoring other states in our Youth Leadership model. Please email me, if you have further questions: mellie@diverseabilityincorporated.org
Natalie Luna Rose
02:11:39
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James Hinckley
02:11:52
AZYLF
Pat Carney
02:12:07
SABE. yup. okay. Just wondering how young people learn about your group.
Chloe Ahlf
02:12:31
This has been so great. Thank you to all the panelists for sharing your experiences and expertise. Thank you for leading!
Jeff Javier
02:12:55
From Facebook: I don’t know if this has already been said, but how can you encourage your friends to become social if they are scared ?
Shannon Rivas
02:13:04
Great job by Calvin and the panelists!
Pat Carney
02:13:20
Thanks Mellie.
Becky Newcomb
02:14:02
Tucson direct center fir independence has classes also fir self advicasy
Steve Repanich
02:14:14
thanks!
Teresa Moore
02:14:32
sabeusa.org or selfadvocacyinfo.org is SARTAC the Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center a project of SABE
James Hinckley
02:15:07
great job
Nicholas Blum
02:15:23
And thank you to the captioner for your hard work!
Cheryl Walfall-Flagg
02:15:30
This was a great presentation. Thank you to the panelists. Very inspiring to hear from you.
Teresa Moore
02:15:36
You all did an amazing job answering questions and so very helpful
Jeff Javier
02:15:37
Yes! Thank you Jennifer Schuck!
Alethea Rudolph
02:15:40
Wonderful!
Natalie Luna Rose
02:15:42
https://arizona.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvf-2sqDIpGdZxGdU20qf3HgcpzKoBTpQN
Ena Harrison
02:15:48
Good job!
Melisa Jn Pierre
02:15:56
Thank for an informative discussion. A necessary message for instructors. Great job, awesome work!
Natalie Luna Rose
02:15:57
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Renaldo Fowler
02:16:04
Great Job Team