Joined on November 21, 2009 at 9:31 AM

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Alastair: Hi too - Al from UK

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Moderator (Peggy George): Hi everyone! We're so glad you're here today!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): is the music playing for you? you have to click on play

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Hayden: Hi from PA

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Moderator (Peggy George): Welcome Hayden!!

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Alastair: Play button not working on music screen for some reason

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Moderator (Peggy George): try again--I just reloaded it

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Moderator (Peggy George): it wasn't playing for me either

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): good morning everyone

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mrsdurff to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini: this is recorded, right?

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini) to mrsdurff: yes

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Moderator (Peggy George): Please tweet the show everyone-Join us in 15 mins-Terry freedman Sat Nov 21 900 am PST (GMT-8) via Elluminate #liveclass20 http://tinyurl.com/cr20live

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Moderator (Peggy George): We are so excited to have Terry Freedman joining us today to talk about Succeeding with Web 2.0 Projects--all the way from the UK!!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): . Let the celebrations begin

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Moderator (Peggy George): Hi Terry!! We're so glad to have you here!!!!!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'm celebrating!! :-)

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Moderator (Kim Caise): afternoon terry!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hi Kim, hi Peggy, Hi everyone else

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): I can't hear anything

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Lisa Barbee: hello - good to be here

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Moderator (Peggy George): Hi Terry!! This is a very exciting day for me!

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Moderator (Peggy George): no one is speaking now

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): it's a nerve-wracking day for me!

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Moderator (Peggy George): but you can test your audio by clicking on play on the music :-)

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Moderator (Kim Caise): we are jamming out to the pre show music

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hmm, I can't hear that either

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Moderator (Peggy George): if you want to see more of the chat select "wide layout" under view

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Moderator (Peggy George): run audio setup wizard Terry

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): Peggy, did u get my msg about school URLs?

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Moderator (Peggy George): yes all taken care of Terry

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): I ran that yesterday and it was fine, but will do so again. Thx Peggy. OK, where did I puit that valium?

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Scott Shelhart: Good morning friends

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Moderator (Peggy George): Welcome everyone! Be sure to tweet out the show so people will join us for this great conversation with Terry Freedman!!

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): good morning Scott

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Moderator (Peggy George): too funny Terry!!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): you have to run audio setup wizard every time you re-enter Elluminate--just to be sure everything is working right!

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Hayden: Don't Worry Be Happy ...music....try that :-)

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Moderator (Peggy George): I love that one Hayden!! Might be perfect for Terry today if he's feeling "nerve wracked" :-)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): this is weird: audio wiz worked fine, but I stilol can't hear music

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Moderator (Peggy George): did you click on play?

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Alastair: Same here and I'm on a mac

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): thx Hayden

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'm also on a mac and it's playing for me

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mrsdurff: :)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hi Lisa

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Lisa Barbee: hello terry

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mrsdurff: there is music?

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): I'm very tring

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Lisa Barbee: glad to be here

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Lisa Barbee: my first time

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Hayden: if you click out to HOME/HOST/CAL/CONTACT the music is gone..

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Hayden: it is working fine here in PA....

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mrsdurff: hi Lisa

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Lisa Barbee: hello mrsduff

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mrsdurff: in PA too

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Lisa Barbee: how are you

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mrsdurff: no music

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Lisa Barbee: i'm in north carolina

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mrsdurff: but peggy could hum

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Hayden: mics and pre show music working

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hi Mrs Durff

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mrsdurff: hi Terry

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Moderator (Peggy George): @Hayden--I have noticed that too--sometimes when you click on something else it affects the music player

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Shamblesguru 2: Terry .. hiya .... hope the cat is locked away from the microphone ;-)

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Moderator (Peggy George): Welcome to all of you!!

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mrsdurff: hey shambles!

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Moderator (Peggy George): you're so funny mrsdurff!! I won't be humming!! :-)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): well, I can hear peeps when they speak, so I will just hum to myself for now

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mrsdurff: :)

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Moderator (Peggy George): that's fine Terry!! That's the most important and we can hear you :-)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hi Chris! OMG, will I never live that down???

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mrsdurff: everyone twitter now!

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Moderator (Kim Caise): sounds like my cat, Napster!

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Moderator (Peggy George): Terry really is a cat lover in spite of what he might say :-)

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Moderator (Kim Caise): terry, my skype name is 'koolkat' as i am a cat lover too!

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Moderator (Peggy George): Terry while you're humming away maybe you could tweet out the show for all of your peeps :-)

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Scott Shelhart: Music didn't work in window, but works in pop-out.

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): lol

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Moderator (Peggy George): great to know Scott!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): I am not talking to my cats at the moment: they treat me mean

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Moderator (Peggy George): that will teach them Terry!! :-)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): is there a hashtag I should use?

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Moderator (Peggy George): #liveclass20

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): thx

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mrsdurff: Terry you are mispelling your last name

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mrsdurff: shame on you

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Moderator (Peggy George): almost time to start :-) So great to have all of you here with us!!

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mrsdurff: Did everyone twitter?

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mrsdurff: fill this room up people

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Moderator (Peggy George): Andrea-did you have a question?

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Hayden: tweets r up

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mrsdurff: :)

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Moderator (Peggy George): fantastic!!! thanks for tweeting!!

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mcteach: Good morning!

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mrsdurff: mortning

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jackiegerstein: Hi all

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mcteach: brb...off to retweet!

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Moderator (Peggy George): Hi Jackie!!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): why are so many people puitting their hands up? what did I miss?

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Scott Shelhart: Tweeted and Plurked (two words I never used 2 years ago)

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Andrea Hildreth: yikes, showing my husband the cool things and now I cant turn it off

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jackiegerstein: The tweets save me from having to do a search for this - thanks!

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Moderator (Peggy George): how funny Andrea!!! I turned it off for you :-)

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Shamblesguru 2: What succeeds ....?

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Shamblesguru 2: A toothless budgie

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kathylein: Hi from beautiful Colorado! :)

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Moderator (Peggy George): stay tuned and you'll know "what succeeds" :-)

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mrsdurff: toothless? how miserable

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CristinaLemos: Hi

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jackiegerstein: Hi Kim and Peggy

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Moderator (Peggy George): here we go!!!! :-)

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Jessica Brogley: Good morning from Wisconsin

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MB: Hello all! Hear well!

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Jessica Brogley: I'm excited to hear this.

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mrsdurff: hi!

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mrsdurff: we are too

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Kelly Wilson: testing - I am a newbie

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): me too

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Moderator (Peggy George): we love having newbies here!!!

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Kelly Wilson: I"m having fun already

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Moderator (Peggy George): I think we're all newbies in many ways!!

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Sheri Edwards: Hello from Coulee Dam, WA sunny and 35 degrees F

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Jessica Brogley: What was the twitter hashtag again?

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virginia alberti: hi!

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Lyn Hilt: #liveclass20

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jackiegerstein: LOL - never know what the blue door did - learn something new all the time

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Moderator (Peggy George): please type in the chat where you're located today and we'll be putting it on the map in a minute too

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susanh: I am a 2b! It is my secodn time!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): #liveclass20

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virginia alberti: Ciaooo Peggy!Lorna and Kim

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virginia alberti: hi terry

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Moderator (Peggy George): love it!! a 2b :-)

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Lyn Hilt: Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

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Kim Flack to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: @peggy *waves good morning*

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carolteach4: Hi, Peggy -this sounds like an exciting show - gotta go throw an banana bread in the oven - be right back.

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Scott Shelhart: NW Indiana

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jeacosta: Hello everyone

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Jon Fisher: Hi from Denver, CO

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LesleyE: Hi from Vancouver BC

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judyb64: Anthony, KS

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sha: Kalispell, MT

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azboudreau: Oregon

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Ingrid: I am in Surrey UK wet dark 5pm

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Lisa Barbee: Shelby NC

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virginia alberti: Hi virginia from brescia Italy

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Nancy Porter: Hi from Orange County, CA

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'm joining you from Phoenix AZ :-) beautiful day here!!

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Kathie: Grand Rapids, MI

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Joel: marquette, MI

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Janine: Hi from Orlando Florida

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Ben: NYC, New York

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Eileen K: Hello from Langhorne, Pennsylvania

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: i'm from Lake Norman, NC... not too far from you Lisa

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Kelly Wilson: San Diego

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Lisa Barbee: Hi Kelly

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Moderator (Peggy George): get ready to use the laser pointer :-)

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ron: Ron from Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Kim Flack: Goodyear, AZ

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): Terry, London, terrible

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Carol Rainbow: HI everyone

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Sally Boone: West Virginia Cloudy

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Alastair: Wrexham, North Wales, Wet and Dark!

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Moderator (Peggy George): Fantastic!!!! love seeing people from around the world!!

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Ingrid: cant see the map only the laser pointer

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jeacosta: Jorge from MX Hello!

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jamie: Jaime: Toronto

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Carol Rainbow: Oxfordshire UK

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Ingrid: now I can

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mrsdurff: I am everywhere

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MB: I do too...Love that this is GLOBAL

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kyteacher: Hello from Kentucky.

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Sheri Edwards: Hello colleagues from Pacific Northwest in USA

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susanh: Susan Haninger in Columbus, Ohio where the weather is cool and beautiful.

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jackiegerstein: One day we should point to where we wish we where right now

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hi Carol

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Moderator (Peggy George): welcome everyone!!!!

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mrsdurff: Hi Kentudcky!

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Carol Rainbow: Hi Terry

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Andrea Hildreth: what about those of us who are not teachers?

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Janine: Orlando is warm and sunny for now

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brdemmin: Hello from Penn Yan New York

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susanh: I am a tech coordinator

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Moderator (Peggy George): Tammy Moore is teaching us some amazing things in her Creative White Board sessions

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kvnmcl to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Hello everyone from the UK

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Sally: Greetings from Niles, Michigan

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mrsdurff: Use them with those who are not my learners too

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Kim Flack: i'm counting teachers as my students ;)

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Sherri Kulpa: St. Louis, MO

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mrsdurff: I use them all over

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Moderator (Peggy George): I clicked green even though it's not students in a classroom :-)

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Janine: Same here Kim

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John Evans: ME too!

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Jen: I did too @KimF

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Drew (Charlie1312): And me

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Scott Shelhart: (sometimes I sneak in some web 2.0 when I sub)

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Moderator (Peggy George): Hi John!!!!!! So great to see you here today!!!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hi Mr Evans

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mrsdurff: but i ddo not like green eggs and ham

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): I clicked red but use web 2 a lot, but not with students

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kvnmcl: Hello from Leicester in the UK

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Moderator (Peggy George): we're trying a new experiment now--Google doc survey

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Drew (Charlie1312): Hello from Manchester, uk

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: I LOVE Google forms

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Jen: use google forms daily

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Lynne Oakvik: Hello from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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jackiegerstein: Good experiment 0- then you can "keep" the results

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mrsdurff: no cell phones today?

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Moderator (Peggy George): fill it in right on the page and we'll show the results in a couple of minutes

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mrsdurff: I don't see the webtour

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Moderator (Peggy George): look behind your elluminate window

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mrsdurff: so fill in for me

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virginia alberti: put url in the box chat

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://tinyurl.com/web20projectspoll

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://tinyurl.com/web20projectspoll

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SueD: how can you make the web tour window bigger

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Moderator (Peggy George): you can fill it in either place

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Jessica Brogley: The webtour worked for me quite well. Yay!

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Moderator (Peggy George): scroll down on the page to see it all

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Moderator (Peggy George): thanks Jessica!

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Moderator (Peggy George): appreciate feedback so we know what's working and what's not

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susanh: The web tour was very cool and I love those Google forms!!

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carolteach4: Neat use of web2.0 tool for instant feedback

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Drew (Charlie1312): Google forms are brilliant

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: that was cool. i can't close the window now. saying moderator has to do it :(

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mrsdurff: ok done

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Moderator (Peggy George): don't close the window--we will

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Janine: Same here

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mrsdurff: do i get a prize?

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: oka awesome :)

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Lynne Oakvik: Never thought of using google forms with elluminate cool!

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John Evans: Hello from St. Francois Xavier, Manitoba, Canada

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azboudreau: how do you get rid of the thanks page?

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Moderator (Peggy George): do you see the survey results now?

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Ingrid: no

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Carol Rainbow: no

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BethStill: Good morning Paula Naugle!

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azboudreau: no me too

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Lisa Barbee: same here

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azboudreau: there

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Alastair: cool google forms tool, I'll use it!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): same here

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Lisa Barbee: seeing the survey now

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kvnmcl: No results yet

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Paula Naugle to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Sorry I am late today. Hello from a rainy New Orleans.

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judyb64: no results

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): seeing survey now

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carolteach4: Question on Google forms - when in our school domain found place to collect names of those responding - can not find that feature in forms when creating a from in my private google account.

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MB: Goodness. Already 86. And many I know. Hi Everyone!

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John Evans: No survey results on screen for me. Is there a link to go to the form page somewhere?

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Maureen(bcdtech): @carol It' s only on apps- but you can put a required question on and collect that way

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mrsdurff: Since 1906, you say?

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Paula Naugle to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Good morning Beth Still.

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Lyn Hilt: I couldn't see the results either.

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mrsdurff: Or was that 1904?

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): now now Mrs Durff

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mrsdurff: :)

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Paula Naugle: Good morning Beth Still.

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carolteach4: @maureen - thanks so much. I did not think of that-so easy.

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Meredith: morning from Reno, NV

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mrsdurff: morning Meredith

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mrsdurff: Applause

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kvnmcl: Fantastic introduction from Peggy

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://gl.am/QixMq

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azboudreau: yes

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Lisa Barbee: yes

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Meredith: ohhhhhhh another accent

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mrsdurff: yes

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Ingrid: yes

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kathylein: yes

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Janine: yes

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John Evans: Yay Terry!

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kathylein: love the accent :)

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Moderator (Peggy George): your audio is great Terry!

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Paula Naugle: Have missed learning with all my buddies for the lst couple of weeks. Glaad to be back.

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kyteacher: Hello Beth & Paula.

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Angelina V: I am having problems with sound, it works on other applications

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jcapspedat: Yes, thank you.

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Moderator (Peggy George): so glad you're here Paula!! I've included your web 2.0 project in our gl.am links today :-)

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Paula Naugle: Hi kyteacher.

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Moderator (Kim Caise): @angelina try the audio setup wizard under tools and select audio

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BethStill: Good morning Angela.

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Paula Naugle: I was surprised when it popped up in my Google alerts for my name, Peggy.

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Moderator (Peggy George): I really like his analogy about money!!

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mrsdurff: http://www.ictineducation.org/

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marym: Hello from Massachusetts...

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Moderator (Peggy George): web 2.0 is all about collaborating and interacting :-)

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Angelina V: Thank You

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mrsdurff: Purist? Around here?

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carolteach4: How great to haave 91 participants on a Saturday - talk about teacher dedication

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Janine: I agree anything that allows students to collaborate outside of the classroom

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mrsdurff: Amem

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Johan: 6.15 pm have a glass og red beside

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carolteach4: It's noon time here in CT

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Moderator (Peggy George): $800,000 :-) appreciate the conversion for those of us in US

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jackiegerstein: Trying to figure out what to call web 2.0 tools and 21st century learning so that these concepts have historical longevity

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mrsdurff: ah....

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mrsdurff: learning ?

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jackiegerstein: lol

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Moderator (Peggy George): ha ha!! coming from the UK :-)

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mrsdurff: Terry insists all good ideas orginate with him

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Maureen(bcdtech): @mrsdurff very funny this morning Lisa

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John Evans: web2.0 - 21st century lng - Web-based tools!?

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mrsdurff: I had a good breakfast

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Moderator (Kim Caise): i love the graphic of the little ones learning community

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Meredith: E13?

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carolteach4: We are just getting started with Google Apps for education - kids are loving the ease of using it

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mrsdurff: it's nice

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Moderator (Peggy George): this is what I really appreciate about Terry--always gives practical information!!

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Moderator (Kim Caise): how exciting carol!

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Doug Henry: Seems there should be a progression - a Web 2.0 taxonomy of sorts...

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Doug Woods 1: E13 is an area in London

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jackiegerstein: @John - what happens when the web evolves-morphs into . . . we have yet to imagine

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carolteach4: Do you mean the logo on the page?

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Moderator (Kim Caise): thanks doug for clarifying

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mrsdurff: any learning project is daunting

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Moderator (Peggy George): he will explain the schools and area soon

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Paula Naugle: I got started with online projects with this site http://www.jenuinetech.com/ by Jen Wagner.

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John Evans: @jackie good point... back to @mrsdurffs learning tools?

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clinds: @Paula - I got a teacher to do Jen W's holiday card project and she's so excited about it!

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jackiegerstein: seems so John

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mrsdurff: @Paula we're doing the Holiday Card Exchange with her group this year

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Doug Henry: @Paula - that site looks great - thanks

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Sheri Edwards: Another place to connect with other schools: http://teachersconnecting.com/

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Moderator (Peggy George): sorry--too many chiefs!!

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Paula Naugle: I am part of the holiday card project too.

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sha: Also doing the Holiday Card Exchange -- love her projects!

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=newham&sll=53.800651,-4.064941&sspn=22.014713,58.183594&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Newham,+Greater+London,+United+Kingdom&t=h&z=13

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mrsdurff: @John yes - learning tools

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Moderator (Peggy George): E13 Learning Community-6 schools

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John Evans: Teachers Connecting is Ben Hazzard's project!

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Borough_of_Newham

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Paula Naugle: Good morning,Sheri. Thanks for that link.

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jamie: Anybody here from Ontario?

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MB: LOL

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Sheri Edwards: You're welcome :)

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kathylein: i luv this stuff....quick question, anyone know of a good place to learn more about college teaching?

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John Evans: @jamie - one province to the west - Manitoba

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Deb Boatwright 1: i am lossing sound

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.slideshare.net/terryfreedman/succeeding-with-web-2-projects-presentation (Terry Freedman: Slideshare version of today's presentation)

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Jen: @paula --- smiles, thanks

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mrsdurff: 92 - can we bring 100 in here?

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Paula Naugle: @Jen, you are the best.

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John Evans: @paula - have to agree w/you Jen Wagner's stuff rocks!

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Moderator (Peggy George): if you're losing sound it is usually a bandwidth problem for you

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Deb Boatwright 1 to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: in my mic column I have a little light red square.

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.qcda.gov.uk/10327.aspx (PLTS-Personal Learning and Thinking Skills)

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Jen: @johnevans Smiles to you too

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mrsdurff: thinking skills - like that

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mrsdurff: all learners need to think

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini) to Deb Boatwright 1: the sound will catch up for you when the red square disappears

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Deb Boatwright 1: no.. you have to start in elementary school

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jackiegerstein: using web 2.0 tools to learn 21st century skills

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Alastair: I'm finding the PLTS can be worked in primary schools through creative media including web tools like blogging.

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mrsdurff: i use high school objectives for my middle school learners

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John Evans: All of these items are achievable in EY to a variety of degrees

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Moderator (Peggy George): I really agree about the focus on personal learning and thinking skills!! Essential for all learners!!

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mrsdurff: i demand they rise to the challenge - and in most cases they jump right over it

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Janine: Absolutely

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Sheri Edwards: College: http://ideasandthoughts.org/ and http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/

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kathylein: thanks, sheri!

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Jeanette: I find it can happen with elementary school students

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Paula Naugle: @mrsdurff Love that. Can I quote you?

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Moderator (Peggy George): all of Terry's links are in our gl.am links today: http://gl.am/QixMq

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Sheri Edwards: You're welcome :)

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kyteacher: Would love to see the learners I would get in high school if their elem tchrs had taught these skills

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kvnmcl: 21st Century learning could be called TOOLS Technologically Orientated Online Learning Systems. A bit long winded perhaps

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mrsdurff: @Paula you may anytime

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jackiegerstein: kvnmcl = O love it

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Deb Boatwright 1: any librarians in the room?

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jackiegerstein: I

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SueD: yes

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Moderator (Peggy George): what a great point!!! underlying attitude is so important--no excuses!!

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mrsdurff: I'm special needs

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Paula Naugle: @kyteacher, we're workingon it. The future looks bright.

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carolteach4: Our kids are using Google docs to collaborate as they work in teams to build a travelogue for the African country they are studying. They used the collaborative docs to collect infor and to write the scripts to accompany the images they have selected. They are using PhotoStory3 to put together the travelogue.

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mrsdurff: expect less of me?

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Janine: totally agree

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Deb Boatwright 1: @librarians any web based catalog system that you'd recommend

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Alastair: Absolutely agree Terry, I am also working with Special schools too...

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Moderator (Peggy George): much more than money and new tech equipment!

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Sue Rea: Good training is important !!

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sha: @Jeanette I agree! My 1st and 2nd graders blow me away with what they can do! :)

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mrsdurff: so interested that I have to do the newsletter after this

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Janine: We call it powerpointlessness

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Meredith: professional development is key for improved student achievement

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ janine good one

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mrsdurff: boring people into submission - love it

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Moderator (Peggy George): so true Janine!

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Jeanette: Our computer fair project this year is requiring our K - 12 grade students to use 21st century skills -

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Alastair: exactly!

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John Evans: Quote via Twitter: PowerPoint is simply a communications tool. The power is not in the hammer, it's in the carpenter. via @jackiegerstein @RonPloof

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Doug Henry: Do we risk turning kids off to the technology by linking it with learning?

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Paula Naugle: We are planning our January staff develoment for our teachers. We will have seven technology breakout sessions. I'm presenting Promethean and Skype in my two sessions.

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Sue Rea: incorporate into curriculum - agree - is crucial - not a stand alone curriculum !

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Alastair: (that is incorporated into the curriculum!

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Doug Henry: Do we risk turning kids off to the technology by linking it with learning?

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Kathie: This leads me to think that national standards are related to global standards. Thanks Terry for sharing the big picture for personal learning and thinking skills.

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kyteacher: @Paula Very cool.

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Sally Boone: Remember when we loved PPT!?

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: I showed wikispaces in a teacher ed session

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jackiegerstein: @JOHN! I just had that in the box and poof it appeared! Great minds think alike

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Jeanette: Yes. Can apply to any content area.

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Moderator (Peggy George): love that! it's not "how can I use this technology in my classroom" but how can I use technology to help me achieve my learning goals!

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Janine: our issue - teachers using smartboards as a glorified overhead, and expensive one

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Shamblesguru 2: Now ... what can I do with this pencil? (batteries not provided)

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: @Janine I agree

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jackiegerstein: What is a pencil?

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Sally Boone: Janine...my problem too!

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Moderator (Peggy George): very true Shamblesguru!!

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susanh: I think our kids are hammers. Power anad strength is developed by exercise!

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kyteacher: @Janine Think many are experiencing similar issues.

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Doug Henry: Should we be getting parents to use Web 2.0 technology first...?

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John Evans: Our province's Literacy with ICT Across the Curriculum infuses tech into the curriculum. http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/tech/lict/

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Shamblesguru 2: Hampsters or hammers

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ janine I find our district has not spent the time on the notebook software that makes smartboard the best.

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kvnmcl: @Janine It's a problem many teachers face because they have not received the training nor have they the time to use an IWB effectively

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Janine: we are trying to help teachers use them to show student understanding

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): @Doug Henry http://ourschool.ca

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ Janine example

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mrsdurff: I can take part? I feel honored.

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Doug Henry: @Lorna - thx

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Sue Rea: Do any of your schools have technology coaches or teachers on special assignment to assist with incorporaton of tech. into curr. ?

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Shamblesguru 2: In 'UK" ..... "No pencil left behind"

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John Evans: Jackie - I RT that quote from you on Twitter! ;-)

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Deb Boatwright 1: @Sue me..

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: @Sue- we do... but sometimes it doesn't feel like it's that helpful

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Moderator (Peggy George): They have this right!!! Every Child Matters rather than No Child Left Behind--very different emphasis!!!

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Alastair: A Stockport Primary (North of UK) is starting to use blogging withyear 6 in class and out of school hours. www.mellorprimary.co.uk

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mrsdurff: make a contribution - important to self esteem

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Jeanette: Yes, onsite Tech Coor to support teachers in integration

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Maureen(bcdtech): @ Sue Rea that's my job... along with teaching full time and doing help desk

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Meredith: many European counties have been far ahead of the US in terms of special needs students

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clinds: Just starting an iTouch pilot at my school with elementary students. Anyone out there I can contact to see how students are using them in your school?

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Moderator (Peggy George): yes!!! the child at the center of the services--not the test scores!!

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Janine: Using ubd, teachers use the smartboard to allow students to show there understanding by the end of the unit - curriculum casts, etc.

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Deb Boatwright 1: @Sue Rea but I am limited because of the demands that 90 be reading 60 be math and must be doing the canned program

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Sue Rea: @maureen - how do you do it ALL?

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jdthomas7: Too many educators view tech as an addition rather than a replacement

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Kathie: I am literacy coach - I think of tech being part of that. I help teachers look at literacy learning enhanced through technology

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Lynne Oakvik: student centered learning requires a cultural shift in schools and faculties not easy

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Janine: We have a high school teacher using ipods in her language arts class

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Moderator (Peggy George): funny!!! acronyms are great!! and confusing!!

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Maureen(bcdtech): @ Sue Rea- not very well .. I have to sleep sometimes

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Meredith: shift happens!

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Jeanette: I can tell that it's slowly changing. I see more instances of integration

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Alastair: shift 2 is now out..

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Alastair: or is that 4?

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): I am of the mind that some of the changes will take place when parents understand the implications of web 20 and how their children will excell

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Lynne Oakvik: Your perception is correct!

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Doug Henry: No child left behind - no teacher left standing...

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Moderator (Peggy George): I agree with his perception about NCLB

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Deb Boatwright 1: District in Needs of Improvement has turned the clock backYEARS

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sha: Your perception is <<sadly so>> correct

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Paula Naugle: @Sue Rae Our district has seven TIS (tech integration specialists) who can be scheduled to come into our schools to help with projects.

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Jeanette: It will also change when tech standards are assessed

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Janine: NCLB was a disaster for student learning

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jackiegerstein: and still is Janine

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: yup

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Deb Boatwright 1: NCLB has put education behind

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Janine: true

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Moderator (Peggy George): sowing seeds on fertile ground :-) very interesting perspective and very helpful!

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Deb Boatwright 1: No help from this administration either

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Doug Henry: Sounds Biblical...

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Jen: @Janine -- have to disagree --- people let NCLB serve as excuses --- instead of just a guideline

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Maureen(bcdtech): @Paula @Sue Kim Cofino wrote about how/what she was doing in a recent blog post. She is part of the team... not a fly by coach

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Doug Woods 1: Is it safe to walk the streets of Newham nowadays?

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Shamblesguru 2: I prefer 'Every Person Matters' personally ... why seperate just students from the whole learning community .... in teachers, librarians, support staff ... we are now all learners .... wouldn't you agree?

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Meredith: I would disagree ... NCLB has given us the opportunity to look at ourselves under a microscope to improve

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Moderator (Peggy George): hearing about this project in the context of a very low-income area is very encouraging!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ Janine administrations

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mrsdurff: @Meredith so disagree

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Janine: I was hoping that is tech agenda would work well but our state want schools to use grant money to increased bandwith and put more computers in classrooms for testing :(

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Jen: @Meredith -- I would have to agree with you

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Sheri Edwards: Every Person Matters -- Yes :) Shambles guru !

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Moderator (Peggy George): I would agree Shambles--"Every Person Matters"

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mrsdurff: NCLB is horrible

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carolteach4: Superintendent mandated that every teacher have a moodle course mounted -even if they use it only to mount classwork and homework-the mandate got lots of teachers into using technology for communication (other than email) who wouldn't have otherwise. Had two 2-hour sessions in the morning with late arrival of kids for teachers to set up their moodle class facilitated by other teachers with more experience using Moodle

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Lynne Oakvik: NCLB has increased data use and data dependency to the point that many teachers cannot do PBL -its all about test prep

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mrsdurff: but were they using happily?

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Carol Rainbow: apparently I am away :-} Sorry about that! I have not moved :-(

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: we use Angel LMS- similar to Moodle

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Deb Boatwright 1: It seems to me that some other countries are ahead of the US in tech integration ICT

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Moderator (Peggy George): high expectations vs mandates--interesting point!

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clinds: @carolteach4 - That is so great that your Superintendent is on board!

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: a lot of positive response from teachers, students and parents

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kyteacher: It is the lack of this kind of diversity in my District that makes Learning 2.0 so very necessary.

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Paula Naugle: @Maureen I am offering to be a coach at my school. A few teacers have asked for help. It is a slow process but I am seeig growth among our staff who couldn't open their emails two years ago.

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Maureen(bcdtech): @carolteach4 we have mandated edublogs campus this year. It is working well for most- some just post homework, but it is getting more people involved

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Janine: I plugged ahead with Web 2.0 tools and had great standardized test results - gave me what I needed to keep going.

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): @carolteach4 what an exciting environment

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mrsdurff: difference btwn coercion and using to improve teaching/learning

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Maureen(bcdtech): @Paula- yes, growth is slow, 1 by 1 ... but it is getting better

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Moderator (Peggy George): very key point!! secondary schools benefit when primary schools are teaching students about how to use tech for learning!

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Janine: How do we stop teachers from using blogs and wikis to create classroom websites and allow students to use them??

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mrsdurff: related to Listerine?

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Doug Henry: Moodle for teachers classes on Wiziq:http://www.integrating-technology.com/pd/login/index.php

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mrsdurff: :)

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Deb Boatwright 1 to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: @ Janine have to hand it over but I think they have to use it first.

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Moderator (Peggy George): that is a great logo!!

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carolteach4 to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: was to use Moodle -at least on a very elementary level

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Lyn Hilt: creating blogs and wikis as websites is a good first step for teachers... then we have to support them to take the next step with students

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Meredith to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Janine .. what if you were at a point where teachers didn't use those resources ... at least you have step 1 in place

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Sally Boone: I like this one!

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ Janine have to hand it over but I think they have to use it first.

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clinds: Sadly I think the use of technology sometimes does have to be mandated by the administration to really get change to happen school-wide.

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Carol Rainbow: I like that logo too - very good!

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Lyn Hilt: but i applaud my teachers for making that first effort

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mrsdurff: "everyone learns" - great!

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Doug Henry: I would make it a puzzle and add Everyone Fits In

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Moderator (Peggy George): make sure your chat messages are being sent to "This Room" so everyone can see them and not just moderators

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nilesh to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Hi this Nilesh from Dubai

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Suzanne @2020nexus: I wish we were this welcoming to our ELL students in Colorado.

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Maureen(bcdtech): One of my 7th graders asked me why I thought it was important for them to learn how to read/comment on blogs. I told him that it was basic literacy.

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kvnmcl: I absolutley love that ICT Vision statement

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leonards 1: i can''t hear anything :(

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Paula Naugle: I love lifelong learning.

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: think of it as an interactive magazine/ newspaper :)

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Jeanette: Me too Paula

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Moderator (Kim Caise): @leonards, you may want to use the audio setup wizard under tools and select audio

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.uptoncross.newham.sch.uk/vision.htm

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mrsdurff: @leonards check your audio

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mrsdurff: go to tools at top

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nilesh: I am life long learner

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mrsdurff: drop down menu

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mrsdurff: audio wizard i believe

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carolteach4 to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: oops!meant to send to general chat- said that many of the teachers were surprised at how easy it was to use Moodle-at least at on a basic level

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Moderator (Peggy George): helping pupils improve their life chances--very related to web 2.0 projects!

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Jeanette: What about parental involvement in those schools

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leonards 1: thanks

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mrsdurff: @leonards - have audio yet?

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carolteach4: oops - sorry - had pulled drop-down arrow to moderators by mistake

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Suzanne @2020nexus: Nice use of Wall Wisher!

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Lyn Hilt: i am using wallwisher next week with my teachers at in-service!

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Janine: parental involvement is a pleasant side effect of Web 2.0

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Moderator (Peggy George): you may need to go to the default view to see more of this page

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kyteacher: Love WallWisher...

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Maureen(bcdtech): What do you do with yourself if you are not a life long learner? Doesn't everyone have to learn, every day?

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Andrea Hildreth: did I miss it the defination? what is ICT?

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Lynne Oakvik: I love how ICT is embedded in content areas

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Kim: Janine, that's an important question about real "interaction" - not just "presentation" from the teacher

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Kim Flack: wallwisher is my favorite new tool!

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Deb Boatwright 1: not showing

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leonards 1: nothing yet

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Carol Rainbow: I can't see it

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Paula Naugle: My students (4th graders) are so anxious to learn. I created an online scavenger hunt and they want to learn how to create one because they want to know how to add hyoerlinks, so our next project is for them to create an Internet scavenger hunt for younger students.

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Moderator (Peggy George): it may load slowly for you but it should come up in the web tour

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/e13project

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judyb64: Is gl.am better than sharetabs?

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mrsdurff: have your computer set to your speakers or headset?

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Shamblesguru 2: I sse wallwisher as one of my backchat tools in real life workshops .... nice app

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: I've used Delicious to make an online scavenger hunt

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Moderator (Peggy George): you can view it in your browser with the link

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nilesh: Technology things happens

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kyteacher: One of my studentss has created her own Wall for classmates to share thoughts & ideas.

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Kim: Lynne, your use of term "embedded" is so comprehensive now. Embedded means SO much & is so critical to powerful learning.

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mrsdurff: wing it

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Moderator (Peggy George): just keep talking Terry

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Janine: if you have not heard of Quest Atlantis go look. It is a safe virtual learning enviromment of students about 9 - 14.

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Moderator (Kim Caise): we use gl.am because you can continue to add to the list and the list doesn't ads

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Vicki IL: I just learned about Wallwisher yesterday at the IL Educators & Technology Conference.

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Doug Woods 1: I have wallwisher in separate browser window OK

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Maureen(bcdtech): @ paula I have to connect with you at some point.. I have 4th grade twice a week ( in computer class) but their homeroom teacher is one of the more open to change teachers at my school

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Moderator (Peggy George): the wallwisher is an amazing history of the project!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/e13project

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): wallwisher is a very powerful application

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Moderator (Kim Caise): ICT refers to information communication technology i believe

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Meredith to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Vicki how was the conference?

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Shamblesguru 2: Wallwisher and my other preferred backchat tools are in the bottom left corner of shambles.net

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Alastair: Yep Can see Wall wisher Terry- looks good

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Carol Rainbow: lovely project ideas

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carolteach4: I've never used wallwisher -any problem with kids posting inappriopriate comments?

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Moderator (Peggy George): time flies when you're having fun!!

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Paula Naugle: @maureen Would love to do somethng with you and her. plnaugle@gmail.com.

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Moderator (Peggy George): love that drawing :-)

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jackiegerstein: I am going to play with Pindax http://www.pindax.com/ - it is like Wallwisher on steroids as it allows for links etc

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Doug Henry: Or a doctor!

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mrsdurff: but you are fantastic Terry, despite my ribbing

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Moderator (Kim Caise): i agree jackie, great new web 2.0 tool!

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Carol Rainbow: Wallwisher allows links, pictures, video - all osrts

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jackiegerstein: Going to try it at Educon Kim

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Doug Woods 1: problem can be identifying who really are the key decison makers

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Alastair: Yep we do, else it doesn't move forward with any project

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Moderator (Kim Caise): awesome jackie!

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Maureen(bcdtech) to Paula Naugle: mine is maureentumenas@gmail.com

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Janine: our IT department at the county office actively promotes use of Web 2.0 tools

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jackiegerstein: ; )

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Shamblesguru 2: @jackie ... thx .. will check out in the morning (p.s. wallwisher also allows links)

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Alastair: Better one volunteer than 10 pressed men, as the saying goes.

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Moderator (Peggy George): once the enthusiastic people get going they will bring others along :-)

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): one personal doing something well others follow and copy

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): *persaon

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jackiegerstein: It looks cool Shamblesguru

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Sally Boone: The kids are the enthusiastic ones!

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Carol Rainbow: yes - loads

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Janine: shamblesguru are you shambles in 2nd Life?

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Shamblesguru 2: .... and that's just in the mornings

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Moderator (Peggy George): keeping up with all of the "required" initiatives is impossible!!

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Doug Woods 1: Absolutely and all the initiatives were not usually 'joined up'

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leonards 1: @mrsdurff, still can't make it work. i guess i'll have to content myself with the recording archives :)

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Carol Rainbow: True

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mrsdurff: @leonards sorry that didn't work

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Kathie: I have also noted the urgency for the future of our students when discussing use of technology in education

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Sally Boone: yes, state, county and school initiatives are overwhelming!

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Moderator (Kim Caise): try reloading the room @leonards

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Shamblesguru 2: @Janine ... yes

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John Evans: Getting started with those that are keen is like starting a fire with dry kindling - the fire catches on and spreads slowly to the other staff

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): @ leonards do you have your volume set at mute?

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Moderator (Peggy George): that is such an important point!! it's not an add-on but helping them do what they are already trying to do!!

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Janine: I'm ozgirl from Seminole county - nice to see you out of 2nd Life

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carolteach4: I've heard that everytime a new initiative is introduced, something is to be taken away, but that doesn't happen. We are being buried in initiatives.

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leonards 1: its max

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mrsdurff: no - keep on

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Jon Fisher: Your investment in technology /project learning will require an investment but the return will be multifold.

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Sheri Edwards: Who is it that said that kids today think of technology (cells, computers, ipods etc) as appliances -- they're just their when you need them, like the refrigerator--

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): headset selected in control panel?

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Jeanette: Yes, do what you're already doing. Our computer fair task this year is for students to suggest to teachers how to do an Extreme Lesson Makeover

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Moderator (Peggy George): and the aim isn't about learning technology-it's about the curriculum and the learning!

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Alastair: experience with training staff and working with them in schools is to start small and simple to maximise the possibilities of successful outcomes.

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kyteacher: @Peggy Still trying to convince those in my building that tech can help them reach established goals. Harder sell than I would like.

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Jeanette: Take the lesson and infusion technology

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Janine: We ask "what do you want the students to understand? Now what tool do you think will help students show the understanding.

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Paula Naugle to MB: I just sent you a quick email.

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Kim: yes. it's about the purpose, not the "tool"

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Doug Woods 1: Often the learners already know about the technology they want the opportunity to use it for learning

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Jeanette: Yes. What do you want to do. What tool will help you do it.

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Janine: So true

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carolteach4: My biggest selling point to teachers about using Google Apps is that it makes kids responsible for their own learning - put the burden of the kids, not the teachers. (Other than careful planning before launching a project)

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Deb Boatwright 1: Like that Extreme lesson makeover

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Jeanette: Yes. Not an extra.

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Moderator (Peggy George): measuring success with web 20 projects can be very challenging! we need to collect data and assess differently!

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Sheri Edwards: What do you want students to understand? What would a kid use to show that understanding?

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Doug Henry: The lure of technology sometimes makes teachers want to adopt it without a clear goal...

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kyteacher: @Deb Like the idea of Extreme Makeover: Lesson Edition :)

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mrsdurff to Terry Freedman: FYI In America, whiz on refers to peeing on someone

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Jeanette: Yes and the lesson had to be based on an identified deficiency

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Kim: to carolteach4, not "putting the burden" but the accountability & responsibility...we can help them grow their digital citizenship

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Deb Boatwright 1: @kyteacher would be an interesting conversation

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Sheri Edwards: RT: Kim: to carolteach4, not "putting the burden" but the accountability & responsibility...we can help them grow their digital citizenship

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Doug Henry: @Kim - digital citizens - a useful concept!

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carolteach4: @Kim - thanks - that is what I meant; thanks for rephrasing

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kyteacher: @Deb Could be a fun conference session...wheels turning...

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Deb Boatwright 1: Anyone know of a good web based library management system

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Deb Boatwright 1: @kyteacher yes I agree

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Lynne Oakvik: We use Follett Destiny for Library Management

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Kim: yes, and like you said, it's powerful for students to be "doing the work" (and doing the thinking)

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Deb Boatwright 1: @kyteacher collaborative system

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kyteacher: @Deb Yes

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): such a good point about commitment

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carolteach4: @Sheri-oops -address response to kim instead of you; hard to keep up with chat and follow what Terri is saying - will have to listen to stream later

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Lyn Hilt: we also use Destiny

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Moderator (Peggy George): preferred supplier is good if they have been approved on your district vendor list!!

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): school family and community partnerships

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ Kyteacher I often use the quote from "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" he says give me a word and I will show you how it is greek. I say show my the lessons and I will show you the technology LOL

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Moderator (Peggy George): there is a great winning video on the BECTA site about working with senior citizens!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: @Peggy I think Senior Citizens are under utilized

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kyteacher: @Deb I like it.

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carolteach4: Google Tools also makes project management easier for teacher when kids share what they are doing with the teacher in Google Docs

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Janine: Deadlines are essential. I have had students work in groups and had team managers,etc, in 4th grade. Worked really well.

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): http://www.becta.org.uk/

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Paula Naugle: I'm teaching our Hispanic parents about Skype. Several of them now use it to talk to their family members back in their homelands. Also have students Skyping with each other over the weekends.

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://awards.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=41274

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): @Paula - how exciting to get parents on board

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'll post your article Terry

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Meredith to Paula Naugle: outstanding Paul

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Deb Boatwright 1: @kyteacher what's your location

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mrsdurff: @Paula i show Skype to parents too

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Vicki IL: At our IL conference yesterday, Alan November talked about a kindergarten classroom that Skype's their grandparents. They grandparents read a story to the whole class.

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Janine: Skype eats up our bandwith so it is blocked. We have started to use Tokbox

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kyteacher: @Deb Kentucky...near Louisville.

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carolteach4: My principal and an art teacher recently traveled to China; they were able to Skype, but blogs were blocked

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Sheri Edwards: How fortunate that your families have access to the Internet - my students are "left behind" due to slow access at school and no access at home.

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/11/20/awards-for-the-best-use-of-technology-in-schools.html

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Meredith: Vicki .. how fortunate you are to have attended that conference

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Paula Naugle to Janine: I teach 4th graders math and social studies. If you want to collaborate contact me at plnaugle@gmail.com

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Deb Boatwright 1: @kyteacher I thought maybe that was so I am in New Hampshire

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Moderator (Peggy George): :-)

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kathylein: L8ter Gators! :) thanx BTW....Go Gators!

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Moderator (Peggy George): great article!!

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Vicki IL: Yes, it was a fabulous conference right here in my hometown, Springfield IL

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Meredith: we did oral histories of Native American seniors .. so their stories wouldn't be lost

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Janine: Really, Gators? What about the Knights?

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Doug Woods 1: I wonder .. were kids involved in the planning of the project?

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kathylein: Janine, who???

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Meredith: my eldest was born in Springfield

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kyteacher: @Deb What age are your students?

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Janine: Gators - UF - Knights UCF

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Deb Boatwright 1: @ky K-5

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Paula Naugle to Janine: @Deb Great quote!

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kathylein: Oh...oops! @Janine

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Moderator (Peggy George): I think these unintended consequences can be so powerful!!

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Dorie Glynn: @Paula I hadn't thought about that Skype and Hispanic parents. Good idea. Not many have internet, though. There are some.

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Doug Henry: We try to use IT-savvy parents

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Meredith: now I will need to learn to use Skype

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kyteacher: @Deb Fun. But we could connect them to my high schoolers for a project.

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Angie Brummett: So true about the special students needing this for social needs....

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mrsdurff: @Meredith really easy to learn!

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): @doug would love to hear more can you DM on twitter

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): lorncost

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): *lornacost

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Moderator (Peggy George): writing up the project in lots of different ways is so important!! blog posts, even tweets with links to articles can really help to spread the word!!

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mrsdurff: you should record the kid's opinions of the benefits of web2.0

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Moderator (Peggy George): you should all consider contributing an idea for this Web 2.0 project!!!!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): yes pls do

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mrsdurff: url of project?

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carolteach4: Participating in this will force me to write-up the project; otherwise might not get to it.

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Kim: @mrsdurff - agreed

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Moderator (Peggy George): we have included links to several of the projects that have been submitted already in our gl.am links today!

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Carol Rainbow: All of our web 2.0 projects now are within a learning platform so can't be shared :-(

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): Carol, u must

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/articles-in-alphabetical-order/ (Terry Freedman: Look in the alphabetical index under 'w' to see several examples of web 2.0 projects)

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Angie Brummett: Can you give us a very simple project to use for algebra 1 students?

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John Evans: Enjoyed the presentation Terry! Lots of info in a short time.

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://terry-freedman.org.uk/artman/publish/article_1565.php (Terry Freedman: Web 2.0 Project Description)

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Kim: yes, screenshots are helpful to share out

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Paula Naugle: Is Terry still taking submissions for his project? What is the ending date?

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.terry-freedman.org.uk/cgi-script/csFormbuilder/forms/frmWeb20Projects.htm (Contribute your own Web 2.0 project with the form on this site)

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/11/2/web-20-project-jennifer-wagners-work.html (Web 2.0 Project shared by Jennifer Wagner-online projects for elementary classrooms)

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Carol Rainbow: we have problems in Oxfordshire - it can take ages to get them unblocked

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/11/10/web-20-project-paula-naugles-work.html (Web 2.0 Project shared by Paula Naugle-4th graders in Louisiana and Kansas read the book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs together via a Skype video call)

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Sheri Edwards: YouTube is blocked but not vh1 ...

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): recorded show and chat http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/11/11/web-20-project-silvia-tolisanos-work.html (Web 2.0 Project shared by Silvia Tolisano-Schools connect around the world through a short 5 min video conference call. Students introduce themselves, share something special about their location or culture and ask a data collecting question.Over 200 schools are participating)

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): shortly after the show

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Doug Woods 1: SWGfL are often difficult ( sadly its my area)

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/10/28/web-20-project-sharon-peters-work.html (Web 2.0 Project shared by Sharon Peters-National Geographic Photojournalist, Karin Muller, embeds herself in areas of global conflict to take HD footage which she releases to students so they can create meaningful documentaries. Last year, she released footage from Darfur, this year, Cuba.)

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mrsdurff: you bad man, Terry!

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Carol Rainbow: we found itunes blocked yesterday when we started to set up a handheld learning project with ipod touches

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kvnmcl: The blocking of social networking is a big problem in the UK

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Paula Naugle: @Peggy George Could you post the gl.am link again. Thanks.

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Janine: it is also a problem here in the States

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.ictineducation.org/home-page/2009/11/17/web-20-project-bill-lords-work.html (Web 2.0 Project shared by Bill Lord-Virtual Balloon Race with Twitter with Three KS1 classes (aged 5-7 years) to microblog daily as one of a range of strategies to develop writing.)

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: our SD can't decide if to block twitter or not. right now they are

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://gl.am/QixMq

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kvnmcl: Educational environments can't use social networking tools due to the fear factor

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nancykeane: twitter is now blocked in out district :-(

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Lynne Oakvik: Our district is using Twitter successfuly

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Moderator (Peggy George): all of these links are in the gl.am links today :-)

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Carol Rainbow: Try Edmodo instead of Twitter

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Kim: yes, blocking networking creates some limitations; it's taken "movements" of parties to define what NOT to block

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kyteacher: Twitter, all blogs, etc. blocked here

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Deb Boatwright 1: someone said children are more likely to be hurt by someone they know

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Kim: Edmodo is great

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Jeanette: How do we get access to this chat material?

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'm getting really excited about the K12 Online Conference--coming very soon!!!!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): was that race through useful to people, or just a mad rant?

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Paula Naugle: Thank you for sharing with us this morning, Terry.

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Vicki IL: Can't wait for that show!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): morning???

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Alastair: Thank you terry

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mrsdurff: the who?

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Moderator (Peggy George): Kim Cofino is the pre-conference keynote speaker on November 30

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Sue Rea: how does one register for k12 onine conference

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Janine: Thanks Terry

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Sheri Edwards: Tried to manage my Diigo education account and that now is blocked. :(

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mrsdurff: the head of the what?

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Carol Rainbow: can anyone tell me why I am "Away" before you all leave please?

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Anthony: thank you

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kvnmcl: Thanks for the presentation Terry, it's always brilliant to listen to you

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Lynne Oakvik: Thank you -- very informative

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Kim: Thanks. appreciate links & slideshare

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jackiegerstein: What time, Peggy on November 20

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azboudreau: thank you

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kvnmcl: Hopefully, at some point I may even get the chance to meet you

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jackiegerstein: November 30

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Carol Rainbow: Thanks Terry - ver intersting and enjoyable

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kyteacher: Thank you.

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virginia alberti: thanks

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): thx kv etc, who are u? you're not my mum are u?

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mrsdurff: may I boycott next week?

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): http://k12online.ning.com/

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Moderator (Peggy George): we'll hear all of the latest news about the K12 Online Conference on Sat. Nov. 28, 12:00pmEST-please join us!!

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Lynne Oakvik: Please tweet reminders :-)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): thank you all the moderators for making this so easy for me

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jackiegerstein: What time is the pre-conference on November 30 Peggy

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Sally Boone: Thanks Terry. Looking forward to exploring your site and learning more!

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Nancy Porter: Thanks, Terry!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): yw all, yes Sall, do have a rummage around!

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Sheri Edwards: Thanks all.

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Moderator (Peggy George): the pre-conference keynote will be posted as a recording early on Nov. 30 and you can listen anytiime!!!

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Paula Naugle: @Carol Rainbow Did you click on the blue door down by the checkmarks?

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Meredith: just look at all of these resources for us to take part in

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carolteach4: @Peggy - thanks, I had come across that project by Sharon Peters and then lost the link - really a fabulous project

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Meredith: three cheers

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kvnmcl: @terry I'm kevin mc laughlin, teacher in Leicester. You published a peice by me i your Computers in Classrooms article

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Carol Rainbow: maybe - not sure :-)

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jcapspedat: I appreciate your time and effort. Thank you

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Sue Rea: Thank you Terry , I am checking out the links provided today:)

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jeacosta: Thanks @terryfreedman & the team at Classroom 2.0 team! See you next week

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): hey, Kevin!!! sorry, should have worked it out!

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Carol Rainbow: ah yes

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Paula Naugle: Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

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Carol Rainbow: I clicked the blue door and left the session - but never realsied - sorry all :-

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kvnmcl: It was a great session, thanks to Terry Freedman and Classroom 2.0

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): I am available for talks, articles and bar mitzvahs

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Deb Boatwright 1: @kyteacher my system froze for the last ten minutes

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Lisa Barbee: thx terry - enjoyed it -happy thanksgiving everyone

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jackiegerstein: @Peggy - on November 30, some of my grad students will be presenting their online mpoodle courses (developed in my grad class) during a Boise EdTech Showcase - I will email you.

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Alastair: Happy Thanksgiving folks-I was actually born in the US - Hinsdale, Nr Chicago!

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Hayden: Thank you ALL, great topic, good discussions...

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Carol Rainbow: Happy thanksgiving everyone

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mrsdurff: Applause

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Shamblesguru 2 to Terry Freedman: Terry ..... thanks ... got knocked off so missed a little ... now 1:00am ... time to sleep .... off to Singapore next Saturday ...

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Doug Woods 1: Thanks to everyone for a stmulating session, especially to you Terry

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Moderator (Peggy George): we'll have a fireside chat with Kim Cofino following her keynote on Dec. 3 on EdTechTalk--8:00pmEST

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jackiegerstein: Happy Thanksgiving all

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): yw thx

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mrsdurff: Terry works for food too

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jackiegerstein: Thx Terry

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): lol

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Moderator (Peggy George): the ebook Terry is compiling is going to be an awesome collection of web 2.0 projects!!! can't wait to see it!!

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Lisa Barbee: mic not available

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carolteach4: Thanks for a really inspiring session -

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Moderator (Peggy George): can hear you great

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Deb Boatwright 1: yes

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Deb Boatwright 1: nilesh

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Lisa Barbee: yes

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Deb Boatwright 1: yes

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Moderator (Peggy George): hearing you

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mrsdurff: yesx

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Carol Rainbow: yes

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Janine: yes

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Sheri Edwards: yes

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Angie Brummett: I hear him.

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Paula Naugle: Yes

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carolteach4: I can hear nilesh

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Alastair: yes

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: i can hear nilesh

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kyteacher: I can hear

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Deb Boatwright 1: yes

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): yes

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paula iler: yes

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paula iler: go ahead

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Deb Boatwright 1: we hear you

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Moderator (Peggy George): we can hear you nilesh

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Shamblesguru 2 to Terry Freedman: yes we can hear you

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Angie Brummett: Slowly please

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carolteach4: choppy from him, however

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Moderator (Peggy George): where do you see the future of web 2.0?

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Paula Naugle: Where do you see the future of Web 2.0?

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Angie Brummett: He asked about your views of Web 2.0 is the future without books?

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Deb Boatwright 1: nilesh asked if web 2.0 is the future of web 2.0 without textbooks

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Paula Naugle: Will we be able to be without books?

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Alastair: getting feedback

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Moderator (Peggy George): turned off the mic for nilesh

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Kathie: I strongly believe that Web 2.0 is meant to enhance face-to-face and book learning.

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carolteach4: I think we'll just get web 2.0 more widely adopted, and then something brand new will come in and blow it out of the water - however, we must get there first.

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Janine: I hope we can do without textbooks, but requires teachers to embrace teaching without them. Ton of money being spent on them, and they limit learning if not used as a resource

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: i was trying to think the same thing. i teach chorus and music and sometimes you have to have a tangible book or sheets. i scan music in but it's hard to annotate sometimes

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Carol Rainbow: schools without walls

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Deb Boatwright 1: My thought is taking the best from all not one thing

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John Evans: Thanks folks. Very informative. Have to move on to other tasks. Keep well!

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Moderator (Peggy George): very hard to predict the future since things are changing so fast with technology!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): thank you so much for joining us John Evans!!

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Alastair: Many thanks, goodbye - have to take my TamiFlu! :(

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Paula Naugle: I will be glad when my 4th graders don't have to lug around a bookbag full of textbooks that weigh as much as they do.

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Angie Brummett: Tupelo, MS is going textbookless starting 2010 for 6th-12th graders with Mac Laptops paid for by not having texts! So watch them and I would like to hear about more schools doing this too.

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Janine: very true Peggy

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Janine: Thanks Angie

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nilesh: Thank you

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carolteach4: I just heard about something new on PBS this morning - can't remember waht it was called, but it involved iPhone and smartphones pointing at billboards, etc. and having all kinds of info projected for them in real time.

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Moderator (Peggy George): Terry tell us how you plan to announce and distribute the Web 2.0 Project ebook :-)

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Kathie: Terry: SO much technology - where is the best place to start?

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Janine: We would like to see folks using cellphones in the classroom

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Janine: Start small with something you have played with.

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Moderator (Peggy George): wallwisher was a great way to demonstrate the magnitude of the project!

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Deb Boatwright 1: Do you have a list of tools?

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Carol Rainbow: something small and easy like word magnets, wordle, Glogster

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clinds: Can you password protect wall wisher?

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clinds: I think Voicethread is a great tool to start with.

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.bettshow.com/

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carolteach4: Lots of our kids have iPhones and iPods but they must be turned OFF during the day; I can understand why, but it seems a shame. Afraid kids will use the camera irresponsibly, and indeed they might. It's a dilemma.

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Angie Brummett: Really need projects that include Algebra that include real life projects....

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Deb Boatwright 1: Not streamed

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Moderator (Peggy George): will you stream your session Terry? :-)

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Janine: virtually?

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Carol Rainbow: http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/

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carolteach4: we must teach digital citizenship from preschool on.

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Jeanette: Does the project submitted have to be already implemented

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Doug Woods 1: in the past streaming from BETT has proved problematic

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Moderator (Peggy George): that would be fantastic!!! I would love to see your presentation!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: Then if so have Peggy tweet it out

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virginia alberti: great wiki Carol!

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'll tweet anything I learn about :-)

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Carol Rainbow: many have been videos and available later

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Paula Naugle: I started with blogs and then learned about RSS and set up a Google Reader account. Next I branched out to Nings and made a website. Finally I joined Twitter and get so much tech info everyday. I play with new Web 2.o tools over the weekend and decide if I can use it with my students.

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mrsdurff: I just submitted

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Moderator (Peggy George): when you look at some of the projects that have already been submitted you will get some great ideas about what you could submit!!!

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mrsdurff: :)

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Deb Boatwright 1: lol

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Moderator (Peggy George): :-)

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kyteacher: :)

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carolteach4: Gee, thanks!

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Sue Rea: LOL!

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Moderator (Peggy George): he's very kind with his feedback!!

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mrsdurff: Terry, you American does too

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clinds: Sorry for asking again but does anyone know if you can put a password so your wall wisher area is private?

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Moderator (Peggy George): never!!!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: sometimes it sucks is one step from greatness

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: whats the url for submitting projects again (sorry)?

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://www.terry-freedman.org.uk/cgi-script/csFormbuilder/forms/frmWeb20Projects.htm (Terry Freedman: Contribute your own Web 2.0 project with the form on this site)

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clinds: Great that you can put a password! Thanks!

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carolteach4: Comment moderation takes time, but it is a safety feature that will make wall wisher more adoptable

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Moderator (Peggy George): very easy to fill in the form :-)

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mrsdurff: I am verbose

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Moderator (Peggy George): he thought of everything!! limit on number of characters!

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Paula Naugle: Not you Durff!

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sha: http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/ is a great resource to sift through what is out there!

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mrsdurff: keep hoping

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Jon Fisher: How can we buy some of your artwork?"

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Moderator (Peggy George): Be sure to go to Terry's website and you'll learn tons of things!! http://www.ictineducation.org (Terry Freedman: ICT in Education website home page)

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Kathie: I formed a Geek Squad for our fifth and sixth graders where I trained two students in each classroom on Web 2.0 to support their teachers and peers. Kids "glob" onto tech. and aren't afraid!

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Jon Fisher: Thank you very much.

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Moderator (Peggy George): Thank you so much for sharing with us today Terry!! This has been fantastic!!

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Jeanette: In deep thought

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Deb Boatwright 1: to save the chat you can click file save chat

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carolteach4: I think we are just a bit overwhelmed - such great links and all to go and investigate

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Moderator (Peggy George): we'll all have to re-read the chat and listen to the recording

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kyteacher: Wheels turning...

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Moderator (Peggy George): we'll post the recording very soon after we close the session

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): you can always email me terry@ictineducation.org

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Harvey: what is that?

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Moderator (Peggy George): The recording will be posted here: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

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sha: thanks so much to all -- i love to "feed my head" on Saturday mornings with all here. Thanks again!

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Doug Woods 1: Sorry, who's talking now?

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Deb Boatwright 1: lorna

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Moderator (Kim Caise): lorna's other show is parents as partners that is aired at www.edtechtalk.com

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Moderator (Peggy George): Lorna Costantini

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): lornacost

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): www.nextgenerationlearning.org

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://www.edtechtalk.com

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://nextgenerationlearning.org

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Kathie: Thanks, Terry - may all have a blessed Thanksgiving.

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Deb Boatwright 1: have a conversation

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Moderator (Peggy George): I don't think there's anyone that Terry hasn't done work with!!

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): http;//ourschool.ca

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): lol @ Peggy

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://www.twitter.com/lornacost

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://ourschool.ca

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): http://ourschool.ca

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Moderator (Peggy George): Kim is our rescuer!!!

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://gl.am/QixMq

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Carol Rainbow: I have to go everyone - thanks very much I have really enjoyed it!

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Deb Boatwright 1: Do you have a list of tools you like?

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Harvey: Lorna - where are you in ca

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Moderator (Peggy George): Be sure to explore all of the gl.am links today!! tons of great resources about web 2.0 projects!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: web 2.0

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://www.clicktools.com/survey?iv=b511e98485ee875

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): St. Catharines Ontario

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Moderator (Kim Caise): is the survey link

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Deb Boatwright 1: or bookmarks to share

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carolteach4: Can I say hello just to test my microphone on my new laptop?How do I do it?

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): @Harvey and you ?

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Deb Boatwright 1: @carolteach4 raise your hand

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Moderator (Peggy George): it's always fun to hear other people talk about their favorite web 2.0 tools :-)

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Moderator (Peggy George): Diigo---YES!!!!!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: then they will give you the mic

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Moderator (Peggy George): I can always find my bookmarks instantly with Diigo!!

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Deb Boatwright 1: THANK YOU

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): can we get the results of the google survey

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Moderator (Peggy George): we have a Classroom 2.0 LIVE group on Diigo where we always post our gl.am links every week

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Deb Boatwright 1 to Kim Caise, Peggy George, Lorna Costantini, Terry Freedman: Kim Carolteach4 wanted to test her mic

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Moderator (Peggy George): I'll make sure you all have access to the survey results

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): thx Peggy

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Kelly B. Nelson/NC: thanks guys... enjoyed it

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Angie Brummett: Thank you for all your hard work in this field and your breasting the heavy snow of administrations...LOL

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Deb Boatwright 1: let Carolteach4 have the mic

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Jon Fisher: Thanks again.

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CristinaLemos: Thanks!

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Jeanette: Wonderful way to spend a Saturday. Thanks much. Very grateful

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virginia alberti: great

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kyteacher: Great, as always.

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: Raise your hand

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Moderator (Peggy George): http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AqD8iTomj-YydE1MS2lhcEpSZ2xYTGlYNWlSbWZHSmc&hl=en

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: I see that you have a one next to your name

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carolteach4: How do I take the mike?

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Moderator (Peggy George): see if you can access the results now--changed the setting to anyone can view without signing in

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mrsdurff: gtg and refill the coffee and do some real work - thanks for an engaging saturday afternoon Terry!

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: click the talk button lower left

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: you have it now

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: hi

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Moderator (Peggy George): can hear you now carolteach4

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): thx, yw, happy thanksgiving - what are u giving thanks for? getting away from us Brits?

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: you too

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Moderator (Peggy George): thank you Carolyn!!!!

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Deb Boatwright 1 to carolteach4: yes

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Moderator (Lorna Costantini): thanks everyone have a great weekend

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Moderator (Peggy George): Happy Thanksgiving to all of our US friends!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): Canada celebrated a few weeks ago :-)

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Deb Boatwright 1: THank you bye

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Deb Boatwright 1: HTG

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Moderator (Peggy George): thank you everyone for participating today!!

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Moderator (Peggy George): bye everyone!

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carolteach4: I am hoping to get some of my colleagues involved in these sessions.

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Doug Woods 1: thanks Terry

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Moderator (Peggy George): as soon as everyone is logged out we'll be able to post the recording link :-)

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carolteach4: Thanks, again.

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Moderator (Kim Caise): that would be great carol

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Moderator (Kim Caise): you can point them to the archived sessions as well at http://live.classroom20.com

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Moderator (Kim Caise): the recording links for today's session will be posted there later this weekend

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Moderator (Peggy George): @carolteach4--your enthusiasm should definitely encourage your colleagues to get involved with these sessions :-)

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): cool, Carol; yw Doug

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://www.clicktools.com/survey?iv=b511e98485ee875

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Moderator (Peggy George): thank you Terry!!! It has bee so much fun working with you on this project today!!!

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://gl.am/QixMq

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): blast! just lost all my survey entries!

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Moderator (Kim Caise): http://gl.am/QixMq

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): yw

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Moderator (Kim Caise): thank you everyone and have a great day!

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Moderator (Terry Freedman): ok, cya all, thx for brilliant support

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Moderator (Kim Caise): bye all

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Jeanette: didn't finish survey

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Moderator (Peggy George): you can still do the survey online

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Moderator (Kim Caise): it will open when you exit the session

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Moderator (Peggy George): bye everyone!! See you next week!