1 - CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE December 12, 2009

00:07 to: Peggy George
These are the gl.am links for today's show: http://gl.am/BXUpW

00:18 to: Peggy George
Here we go!!! Very excited!

00:24 to: Lorna Costantini
Good morning everyone

00:37 to: durff
just raided kitchen - coffee & some kind of russian cookie

00:38 to: Shamblesguru
Do we have to turn off our mobile phones .. so not to disturb?

00:51 to: Peggy George
:-) Shamblesguru! keep that phone handy!

00:53 to: durff
be well behaved shambles

01:02 to: Shamblesguru

01:36 to: Sal
Where do you get this map from?

01:37 to: Jenny
Hi, Jenny from Ankara Turkey

01:44 to: Peggy George
woohoo!!! you are all awesome for joining us today at such a busy time!

01:46 to: virginia alberti

01:49 to: kalogr
i am glad

01:50 to: jolly.rogers
I missed the directions for for how to show my location

02:04 to: Peggy George
click on the laser pointer with the red dot

02:08 to: Peggy George
oops--too late

02:36 to: Lorna Costantini
Tammy is terrific at CC

02:38 to: Peggy George
we are so grateful to Tammy Moore for doing Closed Captioning for our shows!!

02:57 to: virginia alberti
Great Tammy!

03:12 to: Peggy George
this is great information for us!

03:31 to: Victor Hugo
Ipods. cell phones

03:50 to: Peggy George
Liz will tell us how that compares with the research :-)

03:53 to: MB
Lots of new names today! Yea!

04:08 to: mreker
minimally so far, looking for more ideas and resources to use them

04:39 to: mreker
especially when there is a policy against cell phones in the classroom at school

04:49 to: Peggy George
exactly mreker!!

04:54 to: kyteacher
I do have one student who completes online assignments using his iPhone.

05:04 to: durff
nope - but they do in my rooms

05:14 to: mrlane

05:14 to: David B
on campus or in class?

05:17 to: Peggy George
when we post the results they will be saved in the recording so we can view them later :-)

05:19 to: Tammie
me, too durff!

05:24 to: Victor Hugo
can't see

05:24 to: durff

05:28 to: Peggy George
no surprises there!!

05:29 to: Megan J
Talked to admin. He said I could do permission slips to pilot it. Bring on the tech!

05:41 to: mreker
good idea

05:41 to: kyteacher
But my admin has said that they will support me if I use them for ed purposes.

05:50 to: Jeremy
This is going to be a hard rule to get changed in our school

05:53 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Liked that "use cell phones YET"

05:53 to: Dorothy Chase
Dorothy: I don't believe we have a college policy concerning cell phones.

05:55 to: Peggy George
@Megan J--way to go!!! that's great news!

05:56 to: durff
oh i don't look the other way - i show them how

06:12 to: Lorna Costantini
Liz's presentaion will help to explain to School Boards what they could be missing

06:35 to: Lorna Costantini
and why they should adapt their policies

06:46 to: jeffmason
district just tightened policy on cell phone use. Stiffer penalties.

06:49 to: Doug Hallford
I am VERY interesting in how you handle the social/destructive uses of cell phone. Great idea, I see extreme problems in implementation.

06:55 to: Peggy George
we know this is a real need to begin to address web 2.0 tools in acceptable use policies!!

07:15 to: kyteacher
Not mentioned in AUP, but they are banned in other policies.

07:23 to: Lorna Costantini

07:23 to: mcluhansghost
Feel free to share this Ethical Use of ICT Guideline - it is Creative Commons licensed - http://www.catholiccurriculumcorp.org/resources/Units/EthicalResponsibleICTDec.pdf

07:42 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
It seems that most of the problems associated with cell phone or any other techuse is more a classroom management issue than a tech issue

08:11 to: McTeach
Phew! Made it!! Looking forward to hearing about this topic!

08:21 to: Doug Hallford
I agree Maureen

08:38 to: Lorna Costantini

09:01 to: Becky
Ditto Maureen.

09:22 to: Shamblesguru

09:26 to: Kim Caise
wow! how exciting!

09:33 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Looking forward to learning more. Just got my first ipod touch. No cell service where I live, so hard to learn about possibilities.

09:37 to: virginia alberti

09:41 to: Peggy George
you're welcome!!

09:49 to: Victor Hugo
Is there anything shown on the screen? Can't see

09:58 to: Jenny
What features do the cell phones need to have in order to function as a cell phone/instructional tool?

10:01 to: Peggy George
slides should be showing now

10:40 to: Peggy George
if you want to see the slides bigger you can select the default layout. If you want to keep up with the chat you should use the wide layout. :-)

10:46 to: Fernando
Hi! First time in this class of conference. Regards from Mexico City

10:53 to: Peggy George
Welcome Fernando!

11:21 to: Andrew C.
Looks like Liz used Keynote rather than PowerPoint

11:34 to: Peggy George
@Jenny-if you don't hear the answer to your question during Liz's presentation, please ask it again later.

11:50 to: Peggy George
No Liz used pptx for this

11:50 to: Jenny
Peggy, will do. Jenny

12:09 to: Peggy George
Elluminate slides aren't as good quality as the original unfortunately!!

12:13 to: Andrew C.
Really, graph looks like Keynote...

12:18 to: Matthew
Yeah Ohio!

12:23 to: Stella
I'm a student in the MAC Program at U-M and Liz is one of my professors. She and Jeff Stanzler have introduced us to webinars, podcasting, twitter, cell phones, and blogging. She's an excellent inst

12:23 to: Stella
ructor on teaching with technology

12:41 to: Peggy George
Welcome Jackie! Always love seeing your name pop up!

13:24 to: lori
@Stella - were any of the classes run via cellphone?

13:26 to: Peggy George
@Stella-how exciting to have one of Liz's students!! Welcome!

13:53 to: Peggy George
you can get lots of details about these resources she is mentioning from the links today: http://gl.am/BXUpW

13:55 to: Stella
@lori - we've used cells for some activities, like Poll Everywhere

14:09 to: Peggy George
Hi Buffy! So glad you could join us!!

14:22 to: Victor Hugo
Slides don't come out. Pity!

14:25 to: buffyjhamilton
Hello! Great to be here! Looking forward to learning lots!

14:29 to: Doug Hallford
Do we need to write down these links or are they available somewhere techno wise?

14:55 to: Jenny
Is learning in depth or superficial? how do you integrate subject matter? Can cell phone use be used as collaborative learning in the classroom? Outside of polling, and yes/no and perhaps numeral answ

14:55 to: Jenny
ers are cell phones exploratory and problem-solving tools? Obviously lots of questions.

15:26 to: Julie Morgenthal
I have those same questions Jenny.

15:33 to: Lorna Costantini

15:39 to: jackiegerstein
Hi Peggy - am in cold Boise today

15:52 to: Peggy George
Isn't chacha amazing??!!

16:00 to: buffyjhamilton
I love Chacha!

16:10 to: Kim Caise
i use chacha personally quite often

16:12 to: Peggy George
Brrrr Jackie!! But that's exciting news!

16:25 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@Doug Haliford: : http://gl.am/BXUpW

16:37 to: lori
@Jenny -- great questions -- I can see a learner accessing specific needed info via cell while in the field

16:38 to: jackiegerstein
Hoping that Apple Tablet addresses some mobile needs -

16:42 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Did you put the glam link up yet?

16:43 to: Victor Hugo
It's working, now. Thanks!

16:44 to: Lorna Costantini

16:59 to: Peggy George
Great Victor!!! so glad you can see the slides now!!

17:09 to: Lorna Costantini

17:12 to: durff

17:13 to: Peggy George
coupon clipper! great idea!!

17:23 to: MB
Love that coupon idea!

17:38 to: Stella
we talked about chacha and mobile posse in class, both really useful

17:44 to: MB
Yea! Is it nationwide?

17:47 to: janice Stearns
Think of taking that idea of a coupon to a classroom assignment. hmmm

18:04 to: Peggy George
I've started using the Starbucks app on my iphone--saves all of my favorites :-)

18:12 to: jackiegerstein
This is fascinating

18:23 to: jackiegerstein
Mobile skills

18:26 to: Stella
maybe in an economics classroom this would be useful?

18:44 to: lori
@Janice -- could do a scavenger hunt activity using coupons

18:47 to: MB
By mobile, do you mean Iphone or is Android included?

18:48 to: Peggy George
there are more and more jobs available now for telecommuting!! very exciting!

19:07 to: Jenny
Mobile meaning blackberry type features? what about Nokia or Samsong?

19:14 to: Peggy George

19:35 to: Victor Hugo
Really? Ss can do all of that!

19:55 to: Stella
I'm student teaching now and I see it everywhere!

20:05 to: Kim Caise
yes @jenny, any type of smartphone

20:12 to: lori
create activities that require cheating/collaboration

20:18 to: Stella
They don't think it's cheating!

20:20 to: Victor Hugo
Testing using cell phones is amazing!

20:23 to: janice Stearns
assessment needs to be redesigned

20:28 to: Kim Caise
wow, that's interesting

20:33 to: Ken Sajdak
Speaks to need for authentic assessment.

20:41 to: Peggy George
so true Ken!

20:43 to: Jenny
What about reconfiguring the test to encourage collaborative learning? The 21'st century mindset needs 21st Century assessments. Right?

20:43 to: jackiegerstein
How about cross platfoms - different types of cell phones?

20:57 to: Stella
in our school, cells are not allowed in the actual classrooms and will be confiscated if a teacher see them

20:58 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
agree @ lori says create activities that require cheating/collaboration

21:00 to: durff
how, it's 100%

21:01 to: jackiegerstein
If we ask students to use their own phones?

21:01 to: Becky
we have to stop testing memorization

21:07 to: Peggy George
we have included some policy examples in our links today

21:11 to: durff
in middle school

21:21 to: MB
Wow, these statistics need to be presented to administrators

21:22 to: Jeremy
I surveyed my class the other day, and 80 % say they are using them during my class.

21:23 to: Peggy George
we need to educate, not ban!!

21:23 to: durff
i use mine too

21:32 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
They are banned at my school, but I just ask them to put them away before I see them.

21:33 to: durff
this worries the kids

21:37 to: Victor Hugo
Intersting teachers improvement

21:50 to: janice Stearns
Good modeling, durff

21:54 to: Doug Hallford
Some memorization is critical. If you don't know your mulitplication tables then you cannot effectively factor quadratics for example

22:14 to: durff
thanks janice

22:28 to: Lorna Costantini

22:39 to: jackiegerstein
Sexting-related bullying cited in Hillsborough teen's suicide http://www.tampabay.com/news/humaninterest/article1054895.ece

22:42 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Notions of privacy keep changing.

22:46 to: Jenny
Sexting is a serious problem because the development age and really most sexting is exploitative. So facing pornography for an underage tween is invalid.

23:02 to: MB
I love that you mention that we need to teach them about the consequences.

23:02 to: Becky
@ Doug - in that case, the memorization is faster than unsing a device, so memorization works.

23:12 to: janice Stearns
Like these videos on texting: http://www.giveitaponder.com/

23:21 to: jackiegerstein
I think sexting is a much more serious matter for kids than online predators

23:25 to: Doug Hallford

23:31 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I included sexting when teaching about internet safety this year, for the first time. Parents said thank you.

23:38 to: Victor Hugo
Need to rule Ss participation and make them aware of it is serious task

24:09 to: Peggy George

24:09 to: Victor Hugo
Great! Rules before start

24:29 to: Peggy George
we'll post all of these links along with our recording and chat log after the show

24:31 to: durff
google calendar

24:32 to: lori
good ideas

24:38 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Thanks Peggy

24:38 to: Peggy George
Welcome Matt! Great to see you!

24:53 to: Doug Hallford
I worry about the maturity level of the students and them having the ability to confine their efforts to educational pursuits.

24:54 to: kyteacher
Anyone have experience w/online graphing calculators?

25:04 to: Jenny
Twitter actually unscores well established learning theory. So, similiar to this text box, the twitter page would enhance learning by encouraging collaboration and constructivism.

25:20 to: jackiegerstein
that's a "duh" ; )

25:30 to: MB
@Doug Yes, some will be immature, but I think most will respect being treated with respect.

25:31 to: Peggy George
that's an interesting point--cell phones less distractive now that they are "legal" and they don't need to sneak to use them :-)

25:33 to: matt montagne
hey all

25:38 to: jackiegerstein
hi matt

25:45 to: MB
Hi Matt

25:55 to: matt montagne
I've very rarely had problems with students misbehaving in online spaces or with digital tools...

25:59 to: Becky
Amazing! students that are engaged in learning are less distracted!

26:03 to: matt montagne
hey MB, jackie, et al

26:15 to: janice Stearns
Great rules

26:15 to: MB
@Becky - yes, they love to be challenged!

26:21 to: Victor Hugo
Social contract. good idea.

26:26 to: Joel
a little experience with online calc.

26:29 to: lori
good idea paralleling with business processes

26:35 to: Peggy George
you can download all of these slides from Liz by clicking on File>Save>Whiteboard--save as PDF not whiteboard

26:42 to: matt montagne
remember that 90% of students "get it" ... don't bore them with tons of rules, regulations, warnings, etc

26:46 to: Jeremy
I figure that the students are using them anyway, so I might as well try and use them for an educational advantage.

26:48 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Our only problems come in unstructured time/lunch-recess or study hall. Kids are too busy in class to mess about.

26:54 to: MB
And make sure the parents see the business-like contract.

27:03 to: Jenny
Are these rules targeting k-12 or 7-12 or are this used for post secondary?

27:09 to: mcluhansghost
Why do the same administrators who trust you to teach children - not trust you to access Internet sites like FB and YouTube?

27:11 to: Lorna Costantini
I love the idea of a cell phone bin!

27:12 to: Peggy George
these are great guidelines!

27:20 to: lori
@MB -- parents must sign?

27:33 to: Jeremy
@Maureen: This is what most teachers think, but the kids are sneaky. If they have them, they are using them.

27:34 to: MB
No, well. depends on age maybe

27:42 to: cell phones in education
I am interested in using cell phones as classroom response systems. Is anybody doing this out there? What about the differences in CDMA & TDMA wireless technology. Known interfaces?

27:47 to: kyteacher
Think I could sell admin in using iTouches in classroom if I can find a good online graphing calc program. Price is essentially the same.

28:00 to: MB
But when parents see the business-like contract, they will be impressed, no?

28:07 to: matt montagne
just read a blog post by helen barret that was written via dictation software on her iPhone...incredible

28:09 to: Stella
@Stacey Courtney - hi!

28:10 to: lori
yes, very

28:12 to: Jenny
Yes Lori, FERPA probably requires parental permission. If the testing is done using a cell phone it is protected by FERPA.

28:17 to: kyteacher
But iTouches provide so many more opportunities for classrm use.

28:19 to: Doug Hallford
There are several free graphing calc programs for iTouch iPhone

28:25 to: Peggy George
we have included the digital dossier link in the show links today and we post all of them along with the archived recording. http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

28:25 to: Lorna Costantini

28:30 to: MB
@matt link?

28:41 to: matt montagne
@mb...hold up

29:01 to: Julie Morgenthal
What is the site she referred to mobile safety

29:02 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
This past week has been a good example of public record

29:04 to: janice Stearns
@matt montagne Dragon Dictation rocks! http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/ free for now.

29:14 to: MB

29:17 to: Peggy George
our digital footprints follow us everywhere! I just found a microfiche newsletter I published at UMass-Amherst in 1973 online!! It was typed on a typewriter :-)

29:19 to: kyteacher
@Doug I've seen them, but I'm not a math teacher. How good are they?

29:36 to: Doug Hallford
For free, pretty good

29:38 to: lori
good idea would be to bring in a physocal example of a cellphone 'footprint' for them to see

29:39 to: Kim Caise
that is so cool @peggy!

29:43 to: buffyjhamilton
These are really helpful tips/strategies!

29:54 to: Doug Hallford
I have it on my iPhone to show students who ask me for help in the hall for example

30:00 to: kyteacher
@Doug Thanks.

30:01 to: Peggy George
cool, but scary, Kim!! you never know what is online from your past :-)

30:04 to: corysheldahl@gmail.com
how do we see our own digital footprint?

30:04 to: jackiegerstein
Yes - fun things please

30:17 to: Jenny
But mostly is not free and equal access. So accessiblity needs to be secured I should think.

30:19 to: Megan J
Our PE dept uses iTouch for accessing attendance

30:22 to: Peggy George
do a search on http://pipl.com with your own name :-)

30:24 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@cory use pipl

30:46 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I love drop.io- can use landlines too

30:50 to: Andrew C.
@Doug @kyteacher - the .99 (Graphing Calculator) is supposed to be excellent

30:55 to: Peggy George
drop.io is a fantast tool!

30:59 to: matt montagne
@mb...blog post by helen barrett created with dictation software: http://electronicportfolios.org/blog/2009/12/dragon-dictate-for-iphone.html

31:07 to: lori
is anyone using google docs, wikis, forums, etc, via cell phone?

31:11 to: Robin Martin
sorry, I joined late, will this be archieved? where?

31:19 to: Jenny
can an instructor create a room? is that the ring-tone equivalent?

31:24 to: janice Stearns
and iphone app helen talks about is Dragon Dictation http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/

31:28 to: Peggy George
yes this will be archived--recording and chat log

31:38 to: Kim Caise
on our website at http://live.classroom20.com

31:39 to: Robin Martin
I want to hear the beginning part that I missed. Thanks Peggy

31:42 to: MB
Perhaps you could do a class solely on drop.io

31:51 to: matt montagne
@lori...several of our students have configured their phones to access google apps content from our school's google apps network

31:55 to: Peggy George

31:57 to: jackiegerstein
Just spent the day with Helen Barrett this past week = she rocks

32:01 to: Shamblesguru
If you do the teacher survey on drop.io they give you an extra free 1G of disk space .... or at least they did last month when I did the survey

32:04 to: kyteacher
@Andrew C Thanks. I may experiment w/ allowing student to use my iTouch during the school day.

32:04 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
You can even present using drop.io

32:22 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
They have a presentation/chat function

32:26 to: Peggy George
Helen Barrett is incredible. She did a show for us awhile back and the recording is in the archives along with all of her links!

32:28 to: lori
@Matt -- so it's easy to do?

32:51 to: Lorna Costantini
I can't believe all these wonderful ideas!

33:08 to: Kim Caise
isn't gabcast a paid service now?

33:22 to: matt montagne
@lori...it is quite easy to connect all sorts of mobile phones to google apps...and google has various videos for each type of phone. Most of our kids use it to access their email.

33:26 to: Andrew C.
Mother uses private twitter account to update parents on homework via mobile updates (they subscribe, comes as text message)

33:31 to: MB
I am DEFINITELY going to have to listen to this again at a later date!

33:32 to: janice Stearns
@lori very easy, but need to speak in small sentences or it creates and error. You can add sentences to a collection.

33:43 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Is there a gabcast and a gcast...?

33:49 to: Peggy George
great idea Andrew!!

33:53 to: Jessica W.
Wonderful idea!

34:04 to: Shamblesguru
some of these services are just USA :-(

34:21 to: lori
@Matt -- are you pushing out the content for cell any differently? Is your institution on Google Educator Apps?

34:24 to: MB
Start them in Australia ;-)

34:26 to: Andrew C.
Yeah, middle school kids so have to go to parents (must be 14). Yes, twitter stopped the text feature everywhere but US

34:30 to: Jenny
I use Voki too. It takes about 5 minutes to use it and uploading is even less complicated.

34:32 to: Peggy George
yes both gabcast and gcast--2 different tools

34:49 to: Shamblesguru
I now access Second Life on iPhone .. App is called Touch Life US$2.99

34:50 to: Sheryl A. McCoy
Yes, voki is used by some at our college for announcements, projects and other activities/assessments.

34:50 to: kyteacher
I use a class twitter account to update students & parents on assignments and deadlines.

34:53 to: janice Stearns
wow, didn't know you could publish to Voki using a cellphone

35:03 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@peggy are they both free or do they cost money now?

35:05 to: Peggy George
isn't it so exciting to know what's available??!!

35:10 to: Kim Caise
gabcast and gcast are 2 different services

35:10 to: matt montagne
@lori, no, we aren't doing anything different in the way content is created...we do have Google Apps for Education (includes docs, mail, sites, calendar, and now Groups)

35:21 to: lori

35:27 to: Peggy George
I think they both have some free functions but both have premium services for a fee

35:29 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@Matt Have you blogged about how to use cell phones with google apps?

36:03 to: lori
@Matt -- thinking of integrating Wave into that suite?

36:03 to: Peggy George
dial2do.com is a fantastic alternative to Jott! Much better!

36:07 to: matt montagne
@sheri...no, I haven't.

36:21 to: MB

36:46 to: Peggy George
I didn't know that about NPR! Fantastic :-)

36:56 to: susan
are there cell phone charges for these items

37:05 to: Shamblesguru

37:31 to: Jenny
US only right?

37:35 to: matt montagne
@lori...I'm definitely thinking about wave and how it might hook into our apps network, but right now wave is just way too weird for the average person (in my opinion)...not enough features in wave to

37:35 to: matt montagne
replace the tools and spaces teachers are already using.

37:39 to: Jenny
or 800?

37:46 to: Sue
I am learning so much !!! How to convice my school???? they are so hard set on banning cell phones. :(

37:48 to: lori

38:02 to: Peggy George
great reminders to check on whether these tools/apps are available in your country!

38:07 to: janice Stearns
Show them this presentation. :)

38:07 to: jeffmason
imaginr that, using a cell phone to make a phone call :P

38:22 to: Victor Hugo
cell phone charges are so expensive in Latinamerica. Why?

38:28 to: MB
Are there states that are a bit more open to the use of cell phones than others?

38:33 to: susan
how do you make sure the students are doing the class work. Is there a teacher monitor that they are not texting friends

38:34 to: Peggy George
@Sue-Liz has tips for that too how to convince school to allow cell phones :-)

38:36 to: Andrew C.
Just moved to administration from classroom - administrators are scared by legal updates they attend throughout the year, it's the lawyers more than anything I think

38:43 to: lori
@Matt -- really just glorified email + im and word editing - drag & dropping

38:53 to: Peggy George
Flickr account on iPhone is so great!

39:01 to: buffyjhamilton
Peggy, it is! Love it!

39:03 to: Kim Caise
most use their privileges if they are doing something other than claswork

39:15 to: Peggy George
this is such a great way to capture field trip experiences--with flickr

39:44 to: Sheryl A. McCoy
yes, photoposting from cell to blog is great.

39:50 to: kyteacher
Getting lots of ideas...may have to run a pilot program in my classrm after Christmas.

39:51 to: buffyjhamilton
This example is very cool!

39:55 to: matt montagne
@sue...that will change soon...it won't be long before schools are no longer in a position to ban these technologies (kind of like calculators back in the day when they were banned in many schools)

39:59 to: jackiegerstein
and then they can create stories using Storyrobe

40:00 to: buffyjhamilton
Do we have a link to this FB page?

40:09 to: Peggy George
good suggestion to set up separate school accounts from personal accounts

40:12 to: Jenny
Now that mathematics example is a great example of higher-order thinking skill use...analysis, evaluation, create

40:23 to: susan
Very important, I wish more teachers would help students clean up their profiles

40:31 to: Ken Sajdak
What was the URL on the math blog?

40:35 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@jackie- what's storyrobe?

40:50 to: Kim Caise
larry liu?

40:56 to: MB

41:01 to: Kim Caise
ok ty

41:17 to: susan
Very good. Could you link classrooms with these apps

41:17 to: matt montagne
@lori...agree with you on Wave...it could change to become a very powerful tool, but it sn't there yet - I like how they are building a platform for developers to create gadgets...the gadgets may prov

41:17 to: matt montagne
e to be very useful (kinda like the iPhone App eco-system that has sprouted up)

41:20 to: MB
Do you have a list of educational facebooks accounts to peruse?

41:25 to: Mitchellt
can the links be posted here so we can follow?

41:35 to: buffyjhamilton
FB page for Larry Liu is http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1604347125

41:35 to: corysheldahl@gmail.com

41:48 to: jackiegerstein
http://www.storyrobe.com/ to tell digital stories with iPod/Phone using your photos

41:49 to: Peggy George
she has so many links it's hard to share them in the chat

41:51 to: MB
Thanks neighbor! @buffy

42:12 to: Peggy George
@Buffy-thanks for Larry's link!!

42:13 to: lori
@Matt -- interesting to wathc the logic of these tools evolve -- & shape our encounters with information

42:15 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Thx jackie

42:26 to: jackiegerstein
np Maureen

42:34 to: Peggy George

42:48 to: corysheldahl@gmail.com
When appropriate, I'd like to know what crowd, if any, would be appropriate to expose students to, because in math I fear misuse when trying to accomplish something like this

42:50 to: Peggy George

42:56 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Since things change so quickly- when is the sequel to the book coming out?

42:57 to: Mitchellt
your web site again?

43:12 to: jackiegerstein
that is cool

43:23 to: Peggy George
we'll have to go to Liz's 6-hour workshop at ISTE 2010 to get her updates :-)

43:45 to: kyteacher
Love this!

43:47 to: Mitchellt

43:51 to: Peggy George

43:53 to: Lorna Costantini
parents must have justed loved it

44:02 to: Doug Hallford
Playing devil's advocate...Many great ideas, but only work if students are motivated to learn. I believe the majority would be responsible, but it creates a tremendous liability for those one or two

44:02 to: Doug Hallford
that might use irresponsibly. A huge concern for administration.

44:08 to: buffyjhamilton
I'm already thinking about how I can use these ideas with my Media 21 project! Love this!

44:38 to: Peggy George
http://k12cellphoneprojects.wikispaces.com/ (Liz Kolb: Wiki of K-12 Projects that have integrated cell phones)

44:40 to: Jenny
To save ppt file: Go to File SAVE and whiteboard current screen group. Save into selected file.

44:42 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
This would have been perfect for mknee's lighthouse project last year.

45:02 to: Peggy George
if you save the whiteboard slides be sure to select PDF to save

45:15 to: Peggy George

45:17 to: durff
is there a site that sets up a dummy cell # so kids can contact me but not get my cell # ?

45:19 to: Jenny
Thanks I forgot to add that. Jenny

45:31 to: Klista
Doug, do you think that when students are given the "taboo" resources they will appreciate that responsibility, therefore respond to it?

45:32 to: Peggy George

45:33 to: Kim Caise
google voice will allow you to do that

45:42 to: durff
it will?

45:47 to: durff

45:57 to: Megan J
Has anyone addressed posting content of students online? Isn't it illegal to allow posting of pictures/video of minors?

46:06 to: MB
Kim, have we had an e-class on Google Voice?

46:06 to: Delbusch
I n eed to practice some of these before I try to use them. I am afraid my students are way ahead of me.

46:07 to: Kim Caise
you get a new number and forward your cell to it and give out the google voice number and not your cell

46:14 to: Kim Caise
no, not yet @mb

46:18 to: Peggy George
http://www.iear.org/ (Educational Apps Reviews: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPod and others)

46:19 to: matt montagne
google voice has a 3.5 minute voice message length...just know that. I love the embeddable voice messages tho.

46:25 to: Jason K. Suter
I came late, so maybe this was covered, but I am still worried about the students who don't have and whose families can't afford a cell phone...

46:27 to: Sue
like wallwisher.com but with cell phone - so cool !!

46:30 to: Doug Hallford
Some will, but we are tasked with teaching ALL, which, in some cases, means limited activities to protect all. Just thinking

46:33 to: MB
Good thought for the future - @kim

47:03 to: Peggy George
http://ieducationappsreview.ning.com/ (Ning community for IEAR.org--taking a closer look at the educational value of ITouch / IPhone / IPods in the classroom)

47:16 to: Peggy George
http://learninginhand.com/ipod/touch.html (Tony Vincent: iPod Touch resources, tutorials, tips and tricks and much more)

47:30 to: Peggy George
http://groups.diigo.com/group/cell-phones-in-education (Diigo Group for Cell Phones in Education--close to 100 bookmarked sites)

47:33 to: Andrew C.
@Doug @Klista - the key is to collaborate with parents and students to create Permission form and AUP. Therefore reducing liability (I think this would work)

47:48 to: Shamblesguru
Spanish SMS Abbrviations list at http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/sms/

47:58 to: MB
These urls are going to be on overload in 15 minutes - ;-)

48:08 to: Peggy George
http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/mobphone/ (Shamblesguru: Mobile phones for learning--tools and resources)

48:20 to: durff
lunchtime - Liz is always so full of resources!!

48:23 to: PhilHarrison
Is flagr.com still operating. Getting internal server error and blog not updated since june it looks like.

48:28 to: Peggy George
http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/phone2web/ (Shamblesguru: Mobile phones and photos/videos)

48:29 to: McTeach
MB...I'm copying and pasting to save and look at later. Can share a link later

48:29 to: lori
responsibility implies clear consistent consequences laid out at the beginning

48:41 to: jackiegerstein
This is a resource potpouri - loving it

48:44 to: Doug Hallford
@Andrew C. I am thinking that the classroom revolution would be easy. You would have to get the administration and school board on line.

49:01 to: MB
@mcteach thanks!

49:03 to: Doug Hallford
That would be harder I beileve

49:11 to: MB
Also need to listen to this again.

49:26 to: McTeach

49:26 to: Peggy George
http://www.teach42.com/2009/10/06/what-can-you-do-with-a-cell-phone-in-the-classroom/ (Steve Dembo: What Can You Do with a Cell Phone in the Classroom)

49:41 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Call a friend

49:45 to: Peggy George
http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2009/07/01/do-so-much-with-an-ipod-touch/ (Wes Fryer: Do So Much with an iPod Touch)

49:48 to: Klista
@Doug I agree

49:59 to: Andrew C.
@Doug - Yeah, I just made the move to admin (last 2 weeks), gathering ammunition right now :-). You have to be honest with community, and you have to believe the benefits are greater than the risks.

50:08 to: susan
good point

50:21 to: RhondaCarrier
BBC this week - iTouch project http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/education/8407014.stm

50:21 to: Peggy George
http://www.joanganzcooneycenter.org/publications/index.html (Joan Ganz Cooney Center Publications: Industry Brief-Pockets of Potential: Using Mobile Technologies to Promote Children's Learning--Interv

50:21 to: Peggy George
iews with mobile learning experts as well as current research and industry trends to illustrate how mobile devices might be more broadly used for learning)

50:37 to: Klista
any good tips on how to get administrators on board?

50:39 to: jackiegerstein
Peggy - that is a GREAT publication

50:41 to: lori
another great idea - twitter shakespeare

50:51 to: Megan J
Texting as a summarizing/synthesizing tool- Amazing!

50:55 to: Doug Hallford
@Andrew C. I am getting my admin degree (almost done) and I am thinking along those lines as well as a classroom teacher.

50:57 to: Peggy George
http://cdwg.discoveryeducation.com/web2.0/video.cfm (Several excellent videos from Discovery Education including Mobile Learning)

51:09 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Resources on whether text speak is influencing speaking or wiriting?

51:28 to: MB
@Andrew - contact that Principal ;-)

51:41 to: Peggy George
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/apple/6778934/Pupils-given-iPhones-to-help-them-learn.html (Pupils Given iPhones to Help Them Learn: Pupils at secondary school in UK are given iPhones to downlo

51:41 to: Peggy George
ad Shakespeare and algebra tables.)

51:42 to: Andrew C.
@Doug - yep, me too, going alternative route through Hamiliton County ESC in Ohio

51:49 to: susan

51:53 to: Andrew C.
@MB - which principal, sorry, too hard to follow

52:05 to: MB
THe guy who handed out his cell phone number

52:07 to: lori
physical difficulties with writing/reading on cellphone

52:11 to: Jenny
using the cell phone keypad? what about RSI's?

52:22 to: jackiegerstein
Twitterature – Classic Literature in Tweets http://medialiteracy.suite101.com/article.cfm/twitterature_classic_literature_in_tweets

52:26 to: matt montagne
whether we end up using any of these resources and tools is immaterial...what Liz's talk here proves is that we're going mobile. Are we ready??

52:33 to: Maureen(bcdtech)

52:36 to: MB

52:38 to: Megan J

52:43 to: Shamblesguru
I'd be interested to hear views on SMS vs Twitter

52:43 to: Tammie
anyone making a collection of all these sites in presentation and chat?

52:50 to: jackiegerstein
Peggy is

52:59 to: Jenny
to address ADA can the cell phone be linked to the computer key board?

53:02 to: MB
So is McTeach

53:04 to: Tammie
great, thanks

53:12 to: Andrew C.
Peggy will have a list of these links?

53:18 to: jolly.rogers
will Peggy be sharing the list?

53:30 to: MB
It will all be archived as well

53:33 to: Kim Caise
all of the links will be posted in the text chat log on our website

53:39 to: Tammie
If she doesn't, she is mean!

53:45 to: Tammie

53:51 to: Kim Caise
many are in the gl.am link

53:56 to: Peggy George

54:01 to: MB
Surely not mean! Have you heard that nice voice?

54:08 to: Peggy George
most of the links will be included along with the recording

54:28 to: MB
Do you know if they are still giving out google voice numbers freely?

54:28 to: Jason K. Suter
isn't google voice still invite only?

54:38 to: Kim Caise
please join us on classroom 2.0 LIVE at 12pm EST #liveclass20 http://tinyurl.com/cr20live for cell phones in education with liz kolb

54:42 to: Peggy George
you really have to buy her book and read her blog to get all of her links :-) there are so many fantastic links!!!

54:56 to: Lorna Costantini
google voice US only

54:59 to: Deborah Kerwood
Do I need to save the chat or is it always available on this site?

55:17 to: lori
@Lorna -- does US include Canada?

55:27 to: jackiegerstein
ICTAC MEMO iPhone Apps for Education http://www.scribd.com/doc/23745742/ICTAC-MEMO-iPhone-Apps-for-Education

55:30 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Is her book digital also?

55:31 to: Peggy George
you can save the chat the same way you save the whiteboard slides: File>Save>Chat--saves as .txt

55:47 to: matt montagne
it is expected that google voice will begin to incorporate skype-like services (eg-conference calling, video conference, etc)

56:07 to: Deb from MN
I have probs with accuracy of Google Voice transcripts - many are unreadable!

56:15 to: jackiegerstein
Can't wait until QR codes start taking off

56:16 to: Jason K. Suter
If I want to share this presentation with others in my district do I need to save it or is it recorded?

56:21 to: matt montagne
@deb...yeah, it is definitely a work in progress

56:21 to: Peggy George

56:38 to: Deborah Kerwood
Thank you very much, this is valuable information

56:49 to: Peggy George
it is recorded and we will post both the link to the full Elluminate recording and an mp4 version along with the followup links/resources

56:53 to: Lorna Costantini

56:59 to: Peggy George

57:20 to: J. Moloney
This presentation has been amazing!

57:37 to: Peggy George
such a key point!!! do lots of prep work before you plunge into this!

57:40 to: Kathleen Ferenz
Really wonderful presentation! Thanks

57:44 to: Jenny
thank you.

57:45 to: PhilHarrison
Awesome presentation Liz. I will be going through the suggested sites for a long time to come. :)

57:49 to: lori
great ideas, great resources -- thanks for sharing your experience

57:50 to: Peggy George
WOW!!!!! incredible presentation!!! thank you Liz!!

57:56 to: Doug Hallford
Thanks Liz!!!!!

57:57 to: matt montagne
great list of recommended start suggestions

57:59 to: mreker
WOW, thank you very much. SO many ideas and resources

58:00 to: Jill
Thanks, Liz! Lots to think about...

58:03 to: MB

58:05 to: Gavin Agnew
Thank you Liz, very enlightening.

58:06 to: McTeach
Outstanding presentation!!!!! Thank you!

58:09 to: Jason K. Suter
I wasn't expecting so much new info! wow!

58:11 to: Liz Kolb
You are welcome---thanks for joining me

58:12 to: Sue
"All you have ?" this is TONS of info. and it was AWESOME !!! Thank you :)

58:17 to: Joel
great presentation. Thanks so much

58:19 to: Jessica W.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!

58:28 to: Andrew C.
Thanks Liz

58:37 to: Liz Kolb
Any Questions? I know it was A LOT

58:44 to: artykel
anyone know a good site for student digital citizen expectations/guidelines?

58:46 to: mats larsnäs
thank you for a great presentation

58:51 to: mreker
how do we get certificates?

58:51 to: MB
All good!

58:52 to: tom whitby
Thanks. This was loaded with stuff to check out.

58:53 to: Peggy George
if you have time there will be a great Fireside Chat in about a half hour for the K12 Online Conference--Joyce Valenza and Konrad Glogowski. 1:30EST on http://edtechtalk.com/live

58:57 to: jolly.rogers
thanks so much. As a newbie, I am overwhelmed but will slooooowly go through the link suggestions. Thank you.

59:12 to: Lorna Costantini

59:12 to: Deb from MN
Thanks much - midboggling opportunities!

59:17 to: Liz Kolb
Jolly--take it slow one resource at a time!

59:20 to: jackiegerstein
Way fun today

59:21 to: Peggy George
when you fill in the survey there is a place to include your name/email for the certificate

59:23 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Liz Kolb Do you have resources re text speak and reading/writing/speaking? Have heard a lot on both sides. Is there research yet that talks about the effects of texting?

59:23 to: Robin Martin
Thank you

59:23 to: lori
@Liz -- any problems with physical difficulties writing/reading on cellphone?

59:23 to: John Cannon 2
One of the best!!!! Thank you...

59:25 to: Delbusch
Yes I would like the certificates from this week and last week. I still don't get the surveys???delphine.busch@comcast.net

59:37 to: Randall F.
Do you have any stats on % of schools that ban/allow cellphones?

59:39 to: Victor Hugo
Thank you very much. Lots of to learn and do!

59:53 to: McTeach
Definitely need to listen to this again!

1:00:00 to: Peggy George
if you're not getting the certificates and you have requested them in the survey, please let us know. They may be going to your junk mail.

1:00:06 to: Andrew C.
How long until this will be available online?

1:00:06 to: matt montagne
props to liz and the cr2.0 team...great session...I'm overwhelmed!

1:00:15 to: McTeach
Matt: Me too!

1:00:27 to: MB
@Andrew - for a very long time

1:00:32 to: David B

1:00:34 to: Peggy George
Last week's certificates haven't gone out yet. We have to wait to get the survey results from Elluminate before I can send them out

1:01:04 to: matt montagne
by y'all

1:01:16 to: Peggy George
thank you everyone for joining us!!! Have a great weekend!

1:01:23 to: lori
bye matt

1:01:38 to: Liz Kolb
Lori--Great Resource on that http://www.etoengineering.com/Cell_Phone_Resources.htm

1:01:42 to: Joel
Any recommencations for most Ideal cell phone to use?

1:01:42 to: Doug Hallford
Liz: Is this only possible when administration and school boards are behind this? Do you have suggestions about how to accomplish this?

1:01:52 to: lori

1:01:53 to: Mitchellt
I just go the new Droid (android) phone...built in gps, voice recognition, pattern recognition, do you know if anyone is exploring advanced tools?

1:02:02 to: Jenny
What about me? Jenny

1:02:08 to: mreker
Question - What is parent feedback on cell phone use in the classroom?

1:02:16 to: artykel
Digital Citizens Policy-any good links for cell use?

1:02:16 to: Peggy George
the recording and links will be posted here as soon as they are available: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

1:02:30 to: Victor Hugo
Thanks for valuable resources. Have a great weekend!

1:02:54 to: Peggy George
thanks for coming Victor! so glad you were able to finally see the slides!

1:03:45 to: Victor Hugo
Yeah. Nice to meet you!

1:03:50 to: Peggy George
Liz's blog and link to her book:

1:04:02 to: Mitchellt
Cell phone as science data acquisition, instument?

1:04:06 to: lori
make the parallels with business

1:04:09 to: Peggy George
we have several examples of policies in the links today

1:04:43 to: Peggy George
Tune in to Liz's BlogTalkRadio show- http://www.blogtalkradio.com/elikeren (Liz Kolb: BlogTalkRadio Show)

1:04:46 to: Joel
Are there any discounts for educators who use cell phones in the classroom?

1:04:59 to: Peggy George
her radio shows are all archived so you can go back and listen to shows you've missed

1:05:08 to: Peggy George
good question Joel!

1:05:34 to: Peggy George
I've heard of a couple of schools that have actually purchased iphones instead of laptops for their students :-)

1:05:52 to: Mitchellt
Verizon Foundation grants?

1:06:06 to: Peggy George
http://www.pewinternet.org/~/mediaFiles/Reports/2009/PIP Teens and Mobile Phones Data Memo.pdf (PEW Internet Research: Teens and Mobile Phones over the Past 5 years)

1:06:10 to:
Yes, there is a school system in North Georgia that purchased an Ipod cart.

1:06:18 to:
Peggy...our tech teacher REALLY wanted to buy iTouches instead of laptops, but couldn't

1:06:30 to:
iSchool initiative https://www.ischoolinitiative.com/Home_Page.html

1:06:32 to:
Peggy George
http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2009/11/30/cellphones_ap.html?tkn=MRLFKXAYSWImPHP83sMy%2FHJ2IG2mp80JG0sQ (EdWeek: Cell Phones Evolve into Instructional Tool)

1:06:55 to:
Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Peggy the Pew link isn't working...

1:07:10 to:
Peggy George
http://images.schoolinsites.com/SiSFiles/Schools/TN/GreenevilleCity/GreenevilleHigh/Uploads/Forms/Cell_phones_as_Learning_Tools_at_GHS.pdf (Downloadable PDF: Cell Phones as Learning Tools at Greenevil

1:07:10 to:
Peggy George
le High School-includes policy example)

1:07:20 to:
Good question

1:07:28 to:

1:07:31 to:
Liz Kolb

1:07:35 to:
Peggy George
you may need to be a member of edweek to access that link-sorry

1:07:57 to:
Liz Kolb

1:08:04 to:
Peggy George

1:08:17 to:
Peggy George
that edweek link works for me but I am a subscriber

1:08:26 to:
Thanks for the great directions

1:08:44 to:
Peggy George
so many valuable resources!! Thank you so much Liz!!!!

1:08:52 to:
I'm excited it's being archived

1:08:54 to:
Peggy George
great Jason!

1:08:56 to:
Julie Morgenthal
This has been a great presentation. I have learned sooo much!

1:09:13 to:
Peggy George
I will definitely be watching this again!! So much to learn!

1:09:30 to:
Peggy George
great thing about the recordings is you can pause to go to the links and then come back to the recording :-)

1:09:35 to:
Deb from MN
Has the survey link been posted?

1:09:41 to:
Kim Caise
itouches can be possible solutions

1:09:50 to:
Peggy George
you'll see the survey link when you log out

1:09:57 to:
Love the text novel app possible connections to blog writing movement

1:10:21 to:
Peggy George

1:10:29 to:
Dorothy Chase
Dorothy: I know that wiffiti can be used with a computer keyboard. i often have students who either do not have a cell phone or prefer not to use their phones but particpate on the computer.

1:11:13 to:
Peggy George
can't you just see students telling their parents they have to have a cell phone for school??!! :-)

1:11:27 to:
students in my class have done that

1:11:27 to:
could this conference have been accessed via cell?

1:11:38 to:
Jason K. Suter
I wonder how hard it would be to budget a bunch of trakphones to go with what you are saying...

1:11:40 to:
Peggy George
gl.am links for today here: http://gl.am/BXUpW

1:11:44 to:
it's funny that they sue school as a reason to get a cell phone

1:11:57 to:
Peggy George
we'll try to add more of the links to gl.am that came up in the chat today

1:12:25 to:
Skype is banned in our schools

1:12:30 to:
J. Moloney
I will check hardware settings

1:12:41 to:

1:12:56 to:
Peggy Siegel
What is the age of the youngest group of students involved and what is an example of what you did re: using cell phones in our out of the classroom? Thank you!

1:12:57 to:
Peggy George
I just discovered http://twalk.in/ Incredible iphone app (free) for twitter and skype calls to tons of people!

1:13:11 to:
I have to go, but thanks to all for an enlightening session!

1:13:18 to:
guess voice doesn't work

1:13:23 to:
i'm wondering about ipods

1:13:34 to:
can you speak to itouches vs cell phones

1:13:43 to:
Peggy George
@Jenny--you are so right (IMHO)! You should share that in the full group

1:13:53 to:
itouches have a fixed cost vs phones that have monthy costs

1:13:56 to:
Peggy George
Tony's link is in our links today!

1:14:26 to:
Kim Caise
i dont see him in the chat today

1:14:27 to:
Peggy George
http://learninginhand.com/ipod/touch.html (Tony Vincent: iPod Touch resources, tutorials, tips and tricks and much more)

1:14:28 to:
thank you all!!!

1:14:46 to:
Peggy George
Hall Davidson also has fantastic resources for mobile learning!

1:15:01 to:
I think it's a bad idea to invest in any hardware that will be obsolete in a year

1:15:05 to:
Peggy George
http://edcommunity.apple.com/ali/item.php?itemID=18822 (Hall Davidson: It's in your Pocket-Cell Phones in Education-Podcast of presentation from FETC09-62:35mins)

1:15:24 to:

1:15:29 to:
Jason K. Suter
Liz, do you have a twitter account I can follow?

1:15:34 to:
Liz Kolb
Yes! @lkolb

1:15:54 to:
tom whitby
Liz, You certainly were the right choice for this presentation Thanks. I have to chk out your site.

1:16:28 to:
Sanja 1
Thanks for this great session. I have to leave now. Bye.

1:16:31 to:
Adobe decided that the middle of the webinar would be a good place to update my computer. I got back on just in time to hear how to access the webinar but missed the details. This is my first time att

1:16:31 to:
ending, any help?

1:16:41 to:
Doug Hallford
Thanks for a great session!

1:16:52 to:
shamblesguru2 1
Liz ... thanks very much ... learnt some new stuff this evening.

1:16:52 to:
That is because the parents are using cellphones - they "understand" them

1:16:52 to:
Peggy George
sorry I have to leave all of you. Time to start the Skype call for the K12 Online Fireside Chat with Joyce Valenza and Konrad Glogowski. Join us there in 10 minutes :-) http://edtechtalk.com/live

1:17:00 to:
Peggy George
Thanks everyone for joining us today!!

1:17:04 to:
Thanks Peggy

1:17:28 to:
Great answers and very supportive!

1:18:21 to:

1:18:39 to:
Well Done: Would be good to have all the links posted somewhere in the eluminate panel for the presentation for referenence during the presentation.

1:18:41 to:
Kim Caise
@kent are you asking about the recordings?

1:18:55 to:
maybe clickers??

1:19:12 to:
Kim Caise

1:19:13 to:

1:19:27 to:
Kim Caise
many of the links are in the gl/am link

1:19:44 to:
greek to me

1:19:48 to:
Kim Caise
the entire chat log will be posted to our website on the arhcives page http://live.classroom20.com

1:19:50 to:
homework = under the radar

1:20:03 to:
links I can use

1:20:03 to:
Good idea Mitchell - wonder if there is an Elluminate "box" where reference links can be placed during the presentation.

1:20:03 to:
Lorna Costantini
We will be publising all the links from the presentation

1:20:04 to:
Kim Caise
a link to the entire recording will be available there as well

1:20:11 to:

1:20:29 to:
Lorna Costantini
the chat log archives will post the links from this chat

1:20:38 to:

1:20:55 to:
advanced smart phone atttempts?

1:21:02 to:
Thanks again. Great presentation

1:21:25 to:
what I caught was great

1:21:55 to:
Taina Rytkönen
Thanks a lot!

1:22:59 to:
can ask questions later on your blog?

1:23:05 to:
Thank you.

1:23:06 to:
Thanks for a great presentation

1:23:07 to:
Kim Caise

1:23:44 to:
Wouldn't miss it!!

1:23:55 to:
Will share further-have a great afternoon! good bye

1:23:56 to:
Liz Kolb
Thank you everyone! Really fun.

1:23:59 to:
Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Thanks All

1:24:00 to:
Wonderful presentation today! Thank you!!!

1:24:00 to:
thanks Liz - great insights

1:24:07 to:
Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
wonderful ideas

1:24:22 to:
Love the virtual bus tour

1:24:38 to:
thanks Liz - great stuff

1:24:42 to:
Lorna Costantini
Great job Kim and Liz

1:25:25 to:
cu @ #k12online09

1:25:27 to:
happy holidays all!!

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