Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar, "The Google Infused Classroom" with special guest presenters Holly Clark and Tanya Avrith.

August 5, 2017

00:20 - Denise
I saw the HyperDocs video last August! I went to several of Lisa's sessions at Great Plains Google Summit this past July!

00:32 - Patti Ruffing
Link to the archived Hyperdocs webinar:

01:46 - @plnaugle (Paula)
So excited to learn from Holly and Tanya today. They are so innovative! :)

01:55 - Eileen
Amazing credentials

02:21 - Nancee
I can barely hear Holly

02:22 - Patti Ruffing
can't hear Holly very well

02:25 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Monet and welcome to the webinar.

02:35 - Hilary
we need some sound

02:45 - Holly Clark
I will work on that

02:55 - Denise 1
I cannot hear Holly.

02:57 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I can hear both Holly and Tanya just fine.

02:57 - Donna Janasik
turn up the audio with the slider at the top

03:02 - Susie @shighley
Holly's blog

03:10 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Terri. Glad you are joining us.

03:19 - Peg Volak
yes, can hear you!

03:21 - Lorie Moffat

03:22 - Patti Ruffing
oh good now

03:25 - Nancee
that's better Holly

03:36 - Susie @shighley
FB group for their book

03:51 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Judy. We are glad you are joining us.

03:54 - Harvey
She needs to stop moving...

04:24 - Lorie Moffat

04:27 - Harvey
Sounds great now

04:31 - Kyle Vannoy 1
Sounds good

04:32 - Karen
I do hear you.

04:32 - Susie @shighley
Tanya's website and twitter

04:34 - Judy Bowling
Sounds good!

04:46 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Welcome coteacher. So glad you are here.

04:46 - Susie @shighley

04:59 - Susie @shighley
#infusedclassroom #edtechteam

05:09 - Beth Lowe
can't hear

05:17 - Lorie Moffat
Holly can you turn off your mic?

05:22 - Denise
can't hear Tanya well

05:24 - Karen
having trouble hearing Tanya - lots of static

05:32 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Welcome Shannon.

05:32 - coteacher
tough acoustics...a little better now

05:48 - Susie @shighley
Too often the pedagogy is overlooked

05:48 - Harvey
Better now, but if you're not speaking need to turn off your mic

05:51 - Harvey

06:13 - Susie @shighley

06:35 - Susie @shighley
The book

06:43 - Denise 1
The book is great but I would have loved some color like the cover!

06:43 - Harvey McLeod
Is Google Classroom available for teachers no longer attached through a school district?

06:51 - Susie @shighley
It is now

07:22 - Harvey McLeod

07:22 - Judy Bowling
Districts have to open up that feature though.

07:23 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Yes, Harvey. GC is available to individuals through their Google account.

07:28 - Patti Ruffing
@harvey, I believe you still need to have Google Apps for Ed to create a class but any gmail user can join an existing class

07:36 - Harvey McLeod

10:49 - Peg Volak
My concern is how they go from 1 teacher to the next and some infuse tech seamlessly and others not so much. It is so important for their future.

10:51 - coteacher
when time permits, would you post the link to the presentation again?..thanks!

11:06 - Harvey McLeod
I just created my first Google Classroom

11:17 - Holly Clark

11:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hooray, Harvey!

11:41 - Susan
@harvey You can create a classroom in a regular gmail account if you have one.

12:25 - Susie @shighley
Here's the Livebinder. The slides and recording will be in it later

12:34 - Peg Volak
Look at how they 'talk' with snapchats!

12:35 - Virginia McGregor
Opportunity to teach digital citizenship with usng Google Suite

12:44 - Harvey McLeod
That's what I did. Perfect.

12:48 - Karen
Harvey - you will love Google classroom. No more lost homework, great for when subs are in your class, helps make students responsible for their own learning

14:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Laura and welcome to the webinar.

14:45 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Rawya. We are so glad you are here.

14:57 - @plnaugle (Paula)
HI Jackie! :)

14:59 - Susie @shighley
Book by David Weinberger than Tanya mentioned

15:02 - Virginia McGregor
Remember that different parts of the brain are used with keyboarding work and handwritten work

15:06 - @jackiegerstein 1
Hi Paula - how are you?

15:22 - Susie @shighley
Making Thinking Visible

15:29 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Getting ready to start a new school year on Monday.

15:40 - Holly Clark
Wow Paula

15:42 - Holly Clark

15:47 - Susie @shighley
Understanding by Design

15:49 - Holly Clark
but I go back next Friday

15:54 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hello stidmama. Nice to see you here.

16:01 - stidmama
good morning -- hit cancel instead of snooze on my alarm this morning! LOL

16:19 - Susie @shighley

16:25 - @plnaugle (Paula)
@Holly, yes it seems to get earlier each year. LOL

16:34 - Susie @shighley
Love the way this is organized

17:49 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Welcome Deanna.

18:18 - coteacher
as I share aspects of your book with my staff (I'm a tech coach, and the book is great), is it ok to use some of these slides too?

18:37 - Susie @shighley
Flipgrid resources at

18:48 - Warren 3
Anyone use Flipgrid in a science classroom and willing to share examples of such use?

19:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Nancy and welcome to the webinar.

19:41 - Peg Volak
FlipGrid has grown tremendously in the past few months! AMAZING was to amplify voice and kids LOVE to make them.

19:45 - Stacey
Warren, here's a Flipgrid with some ideas for use in the science classroom:

19:58 - Warren 3
Thank you!!!

20:36 - Susie @shighley
Do you think "Flipgrid Fever" will lessen once it becomes paid after September? They've done a great job of marketing it through teachers becoming Ambassadors?

20:37 - Julie Garrahan
whoot whoot

20:45 - Holly Clark

21:00 - Helen Wilt 30
Thanks Holly!

21:19 - Peg Volak
I haven't used the promo codes I have b/c I don't want to love it and then not have funds to buy. I only use free!

21:27 - Susie @shighley

22:24 - Harvey
Sorry, on a desktop with no camera :(

23:28 - stidmama
I am not seeing the green button (but wouldn't participate today since it's a video...)

23:46 - Sabine Fleshner
still loading :)

24:31 - Hilary
my husband says vandalism!

24:51 - @jackiegerstein 1
Thanks so much for the promo code - excited to try it with my gifted kiddos this fall.

25:05 - Ben 1
i like chatterpix

25:15 - Susie @shighley,+LLC

25:18 - Tanya Avrith
BOOOOM ! Love the appsmash of chatterpix and flipgrid !!!!! AWWWWWW

25:26 - Virginia McGregor
can you just use audio and some other image other than photo due to privacy

25:38 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Love the ChatterPix app. So easy to use and you can turn a picture of anything into a talking video.

25:44 - Hilary
is it really not on android? so is there something like it on android?

25:53 - stidmama
I put butcher paper on the desks last year so the kids could take notes and doodle -- allowed them to refer back as needed, and removed it periodically for tests and when it was too messy. This year with flexible seating I will give them clipboards instead.

26:05 - Susie @shighley
App smashing ex

26:26 - Julie Garrahan
chatter pix we did a promo for their planet report

26:28 - Virginia McGregor
Can you just use Audio without video

26:49 - Susie @shighley
Chatterpix for Android,+LLC

27:10 - stidmama
I like the idea of flipgrid for my early-intermediate kids, but of course it will happen only at school since usually fewer than half my families have internet connections, smart phones, or computers.

28:00 - Sabine Fleshner
since it cost money I am not sure if my district will approve it for use in the classroom

28:10 - Peg Volak
Kids love to view classmates' flipgrids. They learn from each other!

28:15 - Julie Garrahan
I can totally use this for my renaissance reports

28:17 - Susie @shighley
Peggy shared it with me

28:54 - Ben 1
Flipgrid works like Voicethread?

29:25 - Susie @shighley
Hyperdoc website

29:48 - coteacher
HyperDocs was a huge game changer in my classroom last year (9th grade), especially for our unit on debate.

30:04 - Susie @shighley
We had a liveclass20 webinar with the Hyperdocs girls

30:31 - Deanna
I started using hyperdocs for my lesson plans when I was away from my students.

30:40 - Deanna
Love them!

31:20 - Ben 1
can a youtube video be embedded on a hyperdoc?

31:39 - @jackiegerstein 1
No Ben - you need to link it

31:40 - lizzettgutierr1
How can this be implemented with ELLs?

31:58 - Holly Clark
Oh it goes perfect with them

32:04 - Peg Volak
Ben1 -- if you made a Hyper-Slides (not docs, but on slides, you can insert you tube video

32:11 - lizzettgutierr1
How so, Holly?

32:13 - Ben 1
so it's just google doc with interactive links and images

32:17 - Holly Clark
they need more time to think to speak often and something like flipgrid lets them do it in their own time and in their own way

32:19 - Ben 1
ahh ok

32:37 - @jackiegerstein 1
Just finished my first hyperdocs this morning! Primary Geometry Hyperdoc Tic Tac Toe = can't wait to have my gifted students use it!

32:39 - Holly Clark
the hyperdoc can lead them to places that make it easier for them to respond and learn from each other

32:59 - Denise
Are most of these "Thinking Amplifiers" iPad apps? My Ss have Chromebooks.

33:01 - Holly Clark
It's not links in a google doc - it's much much more

33:05 - Peg Volak
My higher end students are always in a rush to finish the do you get them to slow down!

33:06 - Holly Clark
that is what I thought at first

33:20 - Peg Volak
FlipGrid can be on web

33:22 - Holly Clark
I have learned it is embedded with pedagogy in an incredible way

33:26 - Peg Volak
Book Creator on web now too

33:27 - Ben 1
it's a jazzed up google doc

33:29 - Holly Clark
but you have to understand the pedagogy to do that

33:44 - Cindy Medeiros
I love Book Creator

33:46 - Susie @shighley

33:50 - Deanna
Ben - at first glance that's what it looks like however it really is a pedagogical game changer by giving students your explicit learning goal and directions for getting there. Look at the website and the excellent examples.

33:53 - @jackiegerstein 1
Agree Holly - I included lots of Google Drawings assignments in my hyperdoc

33:56 - Holly Clark
ONLY for Chrome though

34:01 - Holly Clark
not Safari or others

34:09 - Denise
Does Book Creator for Chrome cost $?

34:22 - Holly Clark
you get 40 books free and then I am not sure

34:29 - stidmama
We have chromebooks (one cart for each grade this coming year) so I will have one day a week that I can count on having computers available. I loved bookcreator the year I was student teaching (it was just an ipad app back then).

34:39 - Denise
Thanks, Holly.

34:40 - Holly Clark
Love all the responses on Flipgrid!

35:08 - Holly Clark
See the people on the upper right corner that is how you share

35:12 - lizzettgutierr1
OK, I see.

35:25 - Holly Clark
WOW I am hearing this first too

35:45 - @jackiegerstein 1
How do we hook into this initiative, Lora?

35:48 - Ben 1
hopefully, I could be more creative in using hyperdocs so that it doesn't look like just electronic worksheets

35:49 - @jackiegerstein 1

36:02 - Holly Clark
My kids doing a huge collaborative Global Read aloud..if anyone wants to get involved grades 4 and 5

36:05 - Lorie Moffat
@jackiegerstein 1
11:44 AM
How do we hook into this initiatve, Lora? - Book Creator

36:12 - Deanna
Ben - doing it in slides works great too!

36:26 - lizzettgutierr1
Most of this info is discussed in the books you've written?

36:35 - Ben 1
i would prefer slides i think

36:38 - Holly Clark

36:50 - Holly Clark
Ben you are a hyperdocs rockstar!

36:58 - Peg Volak
When you give the kids a link for the Hyper Slides, publish it first, then give them that link! They don't see your slides/layout then.

37:16 - stidmama
cannot hear you...

37:17 - Lorie Moffat
sound too low Holly

37:21 - Cindy Medeiros
Can't hear

37:23 - lizzettgutierr1
I can see BookCreator being used with ELLs

37:42 - Deanna
Yeah Canada!!!

38:06 - Deanna
I looked up that Pisa report Holly.

38:13 - Peg Volak
We (USA) are always in a rush to take time to reflect! Too much curriculum to cover!

38:15 - lizzettgutierr1
How many teachers are from NJ that are apart of this session?

38:19 - Ben 1
yeah, but what is the socioeconomic and cultural context in Finland to do such innovations?

38:36 - Susie @shighley
Hi, Lizette!

38:37 - Judy Bowling
Reflection is such a huge component in design thinking. On a side note, I'm in car driving up to Canada as we speak:)

38:52 - @plnaugle (Paula)
If you're reading The Wild Robot for the #GRA this year check out Wild Robot GRA HyperDoc - Google Slides

38:52 - lizzettgutierr1
Hey, Susie!!

39:07 - Patti Ruffing #2
@Peg, I agree with that issue - just "covering" curriculum isn't enough

39:08 - Holly Clark
Yes we will be using that hyperdoc :)

39:12 - Cindy Medeiros
Can have students do reflection in place of homework?

39:21 - Holly Clark
funny Judy

39:24 - @jackiegerstein 1
Where is reflection in the learning process?

39:26 - Hilary
There is no sound

39:32 - Eileen
I like to use google forms for student reflection on my google classroom page

39:35 - Deanna
Pisa 2015 report:

39:38 - Peg Volak
Patti - I'm always 'behind' b/c I feel I do a disservice to them with rushing!

39:47 - lizzettgutierr1
It's like Marzanos "Standards Based Teaching"

39:51 - Harvey
Hilary, sound is fine here. Check your settings

39:54 - Holly Clark
Right Peg - that is the problem

40:07 - Ben 1
cover both process + product

40:36 - Holly Clark
yes ben

41:03 - @jackiegerstein 1
When we rescue them, we deprive them of learning

41:06 - Peg Volak
I started doing a reflective piece/video on Seesaw last year. Monthly, kids would reflect on what was going on in their life, but weekly would be better this year.

41:12 - Susie @shighley
It's okay

41:48 - Kyle Vannoy 1
How can we access the presentation slides?

41:50 - Tanya Avrith
Way to go PEG!!

41:51 - Ben 1
when students do their reflections do you give some kind of template or structure?

42:04 - Tanya Avrith

42:05 - lizzettgutierr1
Good question, Kyle

42:18 - Susie @shighley
Kyle, they will be in the livebinder and on the archive page

42:47 - Sabine Fleshner
would you mind and give the link to the livebinder ?

42:56 - Tanya Avrith
Yes - This is something that I definitley scaffold

42:56 - Peg Volak
I have starters hanging for them to use; they also used it as a way to tell me 'something', or even friendship issues. Found them interesting!

43:10 - Doug Henry (San Leandro CA)
@kyle: file>save>whiteboard

43:11 - Susie @shighley

43:12 - lizzettgutierr1
Kyle, click on the bitly link given by, Tanya

43:31 - Sabine Fleshner
Thanks :)

43:35 - Hilary
Have to sign off now! can't wait for next time!!

43:56 - Susie @shighley

44:40 - Kyle Vannoy 1
Okay, got it! Thank you.

44:41 - Peg Volak
What is the app on the right in that slide? The red one?

44:47 - Susie @shighley
Sessions on Seesaw we had with Peg Volak and Heidi Samuelson

44:56 - Ben 1
do you give assessment rubric when you assess reflections?

45:13 - Susie @shighley

45:41 - Peg Volak
I only listen, learn, and respond to the kids on their reflections, never assessed.

45:56 - stidmama
This has been such a great presentation -- as I am gearing up for school (teachers back in two more weeks, kids the week after). Excited to think about these tools.

46:05 - Tanya Avrith
No - I do not assess reflection with a rubric - This is something that we discuss and practice - it is intended to help the learner through feedback. I NEVER evaluate them for a grade -

47:27 - Holly Clark
The great thing about a hyperdoc is I can build reflection right in there

47:31 - Holly Clark
and not forget it

47:53 - Denise
Do Ss receive credit for completion? I understand no grades.

48:05 - Susie @shighley
Holly on Seesaw "The Making Thinking Visible Machine"

48:09 - Holly Clark
Love that someone called it learning amplifier in the Padlet - YAY

48:10 - Tiffany Ziegelhofer
What grades are good for seesaw...elementary?

48:18 - Holly Clark
let's change the name!!

48:33 - Holly Clark
SeeSaw K-12

48:48 - Patti Ruffing #2
I think if you have the whole school version that is the only way you can have students keep their work from year to year, is that right?

48:49 - Ben 1
i come from an international school and students do a lot of evaluative reflections which are assessed

49:13 - Ben 1
like how they evaluate their own products

49:14 - Denise
Thanks for the info about SeeSaw K-12

49:33 - Harvey
Need to run at 1. Will you be sending us access to the recording?

50:03 - Lorie Moffat
The recording link will be on the website and in the Livebinder later.

50:16 - @jackiegerstein 1
How do we join the Book Creator initiative?

50:25 - Patti Ruffing #2
@Harvey, if you request a certificate at the end you will get a link to the archived webinar

50:36 - Harvey
Thanks Patti...

50:36 - Helen Wilt 30
Thanks! So much info to process!

50:56 - Cindy Medeiros
What's the book title? I was late

51:07 - Julie Garrahan
great hour for me to refocus the direction I want to take my students. Just ordered the book

51:32 - Sabine Fleshner
Barnes and Nobles has it too :)

51:43 - Tiffany Ziegelhofer

51:47 - Cindy Medeiros
What's the title?

51:49 - Peg Volak
Thank you!

51:49 - Monica

51:51 - Darin 1
Thank you for the inspiration!

51:54 - coteacher
Thank you! Some great ideas today

51:55 - Deanna #2
Thank you Holly and Tanya

51:55 - Cindy Medeiros

51:55 - clinds
This was awesome - thanks!

51:56 - @jackiegerstein 1
thanks - lots of great ideas!

51:58 - Karen
Thanks so much!

52:00 - Denise

52:02 - Susie @shighley

52:04 - Donna Janasik
Thanks for everything!

52:05 - Susan
Thank you!

52:06 - Virginia McGregor
thank you. Whew!

52:07 - Daniel Hernádez
Thanks from Méico

52:07 - Judy Bowling
Thank you so much for a great way to start the weekend!

52:08 - Suzana Lazarevic Petrovic

52:08 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Virtual applause for Holly and Tanya. Great webinar.

52:08 - Anthippi Harou
Thank you! An enlightening webinar with bright ideas!

52:09 - Cyrena
That was amazing

52:10 - Eileen
Wonderful session. Thank you !

52:18 - Lina
Thank you!!!

52:18 - Sabine Fleshner
This was great! Thanks for all your ideas and insights

52:24 - Susie @shighley

52:35 - Cindy Medeiros
Hi Susie!

52:36 - Warren 3
Thank you for your insights and a great book!

52:41 - Susie @shighley

52:51 - Susie @shighley
Hi, Cindy!

53:10 - clinds
Do you create student accounts for Book Creator on Chrome?

53:15 - Sabine Fleshner
Have you looked into gamifying your classroom?

53:21 - Virginia McGregor
How could you use video without showing students face due to privacy?

53:53 - Susie @shighley
Their FB group

54:08 - @plnaugle (Paula)
I've heard that you can have 1 free grid also.

54:12 - Helen Wilt 30
August 10 huge Flipgrid announcement

54:28 - Susan
Thank you!

55:44 - lizzettgutierr1
is your book a quick read?

55:47 - Tiziana Angiolini ( ITALY)

55:54 - Virginia McGregor
Thanks and the kids could come up with creative ways to use video without showing their faces.

56:07 - Cindy Medeiros
Virginia, just video an object that represents what they are talking about, like a book

56:30 - lizzettgutierr1
is your book a quick read?

56:42 - Lina
Is a copy of this slide presentation available for us?

57:04 - Ben 1
we app smash book creator with practically anything from Chatterpix, green screen, Tellagami, ExplainEverything, etc.

57:06 - Holly Clark

57:09 - lizzettgutierr1
Great to know! I like books that are quick reads.

57:24 - Susie @shighley
Lina, you can save the slides inside this, and they will be in the Livebinder

57:27 - Holly Clark
then make a copy

57:49 - Lina
Thank you so much!

58:07 - Renee
Please repost the Livebinder link

58:22 - lizzettgutierr1
I will view to see which tools can be used for ELLs specifically

58:30 - lizzettgutierr1
besides just Book Creator

58:40 - Cindy Medeiros
You can save BookCreator books in iBooks

58:48 - lizzettgutierr1
Any Google tools that help to make lesson planning q

58:52 - Holly Clark
I am in CA almost all my students are ELLs and I use them all with them

58:57 - Ben 1
you can only make 1 with the free version

59:03 - lizzettgutierr1
quicker and easier!

59:05 - Holly Clark
Many moved here from Israel and Mexico

59:07 - Cindy Medeiros
Using the free app, you can make one copy at a time and save to iBooks

59:09 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Link to today's LiveBinder -

59:17 - Renee
Thats Paula

59:29 - Susie @shighley
Tanya, that's a good way to look at it

59:39 - Ben 1

59:43 - stidmama
Thank you again for this excellent, invigorating presentation!

1:00:02 - Susie @shighley

1:00:05 - Warren 3
Great Stuff! Thank you Holly & Tanya

1:00:07 - Renee
Awesome the book is wonderful and so are the workshops

1:00:13 - Holly Clark
Thanks everyone and especially the host and this show

1:00:17 - Susie @shighley

1:00:22 - Holly Clark
it's been a staple in my learning over the years

1:00:34 - Susie @shighley

1:00:46 - Susie @shighley

1:01:03 - Susie @shighley

1:01:08 - Tiziana Angiolini ( ITALY)
Thanks a lot. Bye:):)

1:01:38 - Anthippi Harou
Thank you!!!

1:01:45 - Patti Ruffing #2
great information, thank you!

1:01:46 - Tanya Avrith
Thank you everyone!!