1 - CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE on December 19, 2009

00:05 to: Shamblesguru
Peggy .. thanks for Twitter text ... have Twitted ...

00:13 to: LisaRead
Lorna, you might be sorry if you open that invite to me.....Althought I LOVE to sing.....

00:19 to: Peggy George
Welcome everyone!!! thanks so much for joining us today when it's such a busy time!!!

00:22 to: mrsdurff
Morning Kim

01:05 to: Peggy George
Hi everyone :-)

01:31 to: Peggy George
If anyone has questions about elluminate during the show, feel free to ask in the chat and we'll help you.

01:50 to: mrsdurff

01:51 to: Vance
ok, is there any sound? I'm not getting any

02:00 to: LisaRead
Vance, yes....

02:01 to: Peggy George
I want to put two stars there--one for Phoenix AZ and one for Pittsboro NC :-)

02:03 to: Lisa Thumann
Hi all!

02:04 to: Eileen K
Good Morning from snowy Pennsylvania

02:09 to: Rushton
Hey Lisa!

02:16 to: Kristina
thanks for the tweet, alec

02:17 to: Vance
ok, I'll restart

02:26 to: Alec Couros
thanks for coming kristina

02:27 to: Peggy George
you should be hearing Kim talking now so if you're not, run the audio setup wizard

02:29 to: Lisa Thumann
Hey Rushton

02:37 to: Rushton
Great time in DC last week.

02:37 to: mrsdurff
can't go anywhere and everywhere is closed anyway

02:58 to: mrsdurff
MMMM - have I?

03:00 to: Alec Couros
looks like a good split

03:04 to: Peggy George
can we count it if we've participated in several of Alec's classes--not the whole course?? :-)

03:06 to: Lisa Thumann
GTADC was great - lots of learning - good to see you there Rushton

03:12 to: Shamblesguru
Blended course ... online and eye-balls

03:12 to: Alec Couros
yea ... i'd say that counts Peggy

03:16 to: Paula Naugle
God dayeveryone from chilly New Orleans.

03:29 to: mrsdurff
hi paula

03:34 to: Alec Couros
adds up to 100% unlike FOX polling

03:39 to: Kristina
@Peggy: i interpreted "participation" as very open, e.g. not just participation for credit

03:40 to: Peggy George
many may have participated in online courses but they may not have been open courses :-)

03:40 to: LisaRead

03:55 to: Lisa Thumann
I'm in NJ - the part that doesn't have snow yet

04:01 to: Peggy George
Alec's courses are FANTASTIC!!!!

04:04 to: Shamblesguru
We are all on one now ?

04:12 to: mrsdurff
yet being the operative word

04:15 to: Kristina
@Peggy: ditto

04:26 to: Peggy George
@Shamblesguru--yes we could call this one--just no "syllabus" :-)

04:29 to: Lisa Thumann
Alec teaches online courses? :)

04:37 to: kg
maybe we can keep the politics offline today?

04:40 to: ericjp
calling 100% green checks

04:40 to: melindamiller
depends on the quality of them

05:00 to: Alec Couros
cmon now lisa :-)

05:15 to: Alec Couros
who needs a syllabus

05:17 to: Peggy George
I intend to share today's recording with many of my university colleagues!! I really want to see more open courses!!!!

05:18 to: Lisa Thumann

05:47 to: Alec Couros

05:57 to: Peggy George
Hi Lisa Thumann! so glad you're here!!

06:13 to: Lisa Thumann
Hi Peggy - I'm happy to be able to join - been a while :)

06:28 to: Gerry
A workshop every day in Twitter

06:41 to: Alec Couros
you said my name AND saskatchewan correctly ... and that's all that matters.

06:41 to: Peggy George
Lorna's mouth has frozen in the cold weather :-) Time for some hot chocolate

06:58 to: LisaRead
Hi Lisa-- I'll try not to answer chats directed to you-- but it's always a good room when there are lots of Lisas in it!

07:10 to: Kristina
anybody who wants to get a good summary of what alec did and does, he put his CV online http://couros.ca/cv/

07:10 to: Peggy George
there are some excellent links in today's gl.am links for resources from Alec and others!!

07:17 to: Kim Caise
absolutely, alec!

07:19 to: Lisa Thumann
agreed - Lisas rock!!

07:22 to: Ann L
YES! Thanks

07:24 to: Kim Caise
love your tweets about your kids too!

07:25 to: LisaRead
*high five*

07:32 to: Peggy George
yeah Alec!!!! Congrats on the award and for sharing so many great things on Twitter!

08:30 to: Peggy George

08:38 to: Rushton

08:44 to: Peggy George
link to Dave Wiley's presentation on YouTube above...

08:45 to: Luiz Augusto

08:57 to: Peggy George
Hi Rushton!! how great to have you join us today!!!

09:18 to: Rushton
Hey Peggy - glad to be here and support Saskatchewan presenters. 8^)

09:29 to: LisaRead

09:33 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Love this and have benefited already!

09:45 to: Peggy George
we have a number of edublog award nominees and winners with us today!! Congrats to all of you and thanks for your wonderful resources!!!

09:59 to: kg
how do you balance university constructs like courseload, in teaching-heavy institutions, regarding things like generating FTE?

10:01 to: Shamblesguru
missed his Twitter handle ... please

10:02 to: Alec Couros

10:07 to: Lisa Thumann
Informal learning is the majority of our learning lately

10:31 to: Peggy George
Our gl.am links for today: http://gl.am/V1KX4

10:31 to: LisaRead
@shambls. It's @acouros

10:32 to: Lisa Thumann
@courosa Shambles?

10:45 to: LisaRead
oops--- yes, @courosa

10:47 to: Peggy George
Most of the links Alec will be sharing today are in our gl.am links :-)

10:55 to: Lisa Thumann
Awesome - thanks Peggy

11:05 to: Eileen K

11:11 to: Ann L

11:38 to: Kristina
@Ann: You can use gl·am to...

* Easily shorten URLs
* Store an infinit amount of URLs into one single short URL with our Link Groups
* Make a personalized homepage for yourself. Example:

11:38 to: Kristina
* Take notes when comparing items. Example: http://gl.am/qRUy4
* Create a step-by-step tutorial for other users. Example: http://gl.am/YhPOI
* Build website collections.

11:38 to: Kristina
Example: http://gl.am/jt2Ec
* and much much much more.

11:42 to: Peggy George
We've even included a link to his doctoral dissertation--such a rare occurrence that they are posted and made available for free download online :-)

11:44 to: Doug Sadler (aka SadOne)
Couch Jumping!

11:55 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
so true!

12:01 to: Emory

12:03 to: Peggy George
what a great image!!!

12:15 to: ericjp

12:18 to: Peggy George
love it!!! :-)

12:29 to: Peggy George
all that snow on Halloween??!! wow!

12:33 to: Ann L
too cute!

12:47 to: Shamblesguru
Lisa ... @courosa does not come up on Twitter when search for @courosa

12:50 to: Kim Caise
is that john pederson?

13:05 to: Peggy George
I need to learn how to do those photos! green screen?

13:06 to: matt montagne
tm laurer

13:10 to: Brumbaugh
Clay Shirky would be proud of this....

13:10 to: Doug Sadler (aka SadOne)
GM Lorna

13:16 to: Lisa Thumann

13:30 to: LisaRead
here is a great explanation of Creative Commons that I love -- I was searching for the link: http://mirrors.creativecommons.org/getcreative/Creative_Commons_-_Get_Creative.swf

13:36 to: Kim Caise
i loved seeing those photos on plurk

13:45 to: Ann L
Might have to try that this year.

14:07 to: Peggy George
I had a hard time keeping up with a photo a day in 365 photos but it definitely improved my photography "eye" :-)

14:17 to: Lisa Thumann
I've always regreeted not participating in 365 - may do so soon

14:32 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Enjoy watching your students' videos too!

14:46 to: Ann L
Wow! what resources!

14:51 to: Peggy George
http://www.slideshare.net/courosa/presentations (Alec Couros: presentations on Slide Share)

15:41 to: Shamblesguru
Share my music tastes on http://blip.fm/shamblesguru

15:46 to: Peggy George
http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/ (Alec's Blog-Open Thinking)

16:03 to: Peggy George
oh can't wait to check that out Shamblesguru :-)

16:17 to: Kim 1
Really like that AERA article you just cited

16:45 to: Shamblesguru
OH ... I though it was a PLN metaphor .... on the Titantic

17:06 to: Paula Naugle
LOL Shambles

17:07 to: Peggy George
love those slides!!!

17:20 to: matt montagne
the laptop is hilarious

17:37 to: LisaRead
I wish someone was holding up a BetaMax

17:46 to: Kim Caise
interesting use of a webcam

17:48 to: Peggy George
they definitely emphasize the point about everyone wanting to personalize their own learning experiences!!!

18:11 to: Peggy George
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYz9M70KVR0 (Twitter in 60 sec)

18:39 to: matt montagne
in addition to school personnel, you have parents, vendors, etc, joining in

18:56 to: Alec Couros
i assume this is working for people

18:59 to: matt montagne
wow, great piece here

19:04 to: Peggy George
yes working great!

19:09 to: Mike
works great

19:18 to: ericjp
30 minutes later!

19:27 to: Peggy George
I love this video!!! perfect way to share the concept of Twitter with teachers!

19:34 to: Lisa Thumann
perfect use of the browser push in Elluminate :)

19:52 to: LisaRead
Yep-- I wish my Administration was as forward-thinking

20:11 to: Shamblesguru
Lots of Twitter for Educators links at http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/whereru/ ... including some lists of educators on Twitter

20:12 to: Peggy George
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3363/Dissertation-Couros-FINAL-06-WebVersion?autodown=pdf (Downloadable PDF of Alec's Doctoral Dissertation: Examining the Open Movement-Possibilities and Implications for E

20:12 to: Peggy George

20:26 to: Kim 1
Love this visual, have shown it in PD

20:33 to: Paula Naugle
I used his two slides in my PLN presenatation at LaCUE.

20:38 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
We can copy this chat at the end of the presentation right?

20:41 to: Peggy George
I like that you added your diagram to the photos of your PLN--great visual!

20:44 to: Lisa Thumann
I think many of use have used Alec's visuals in our presentations

20:57 to: Peggy George
yes Sue Davis--you can download the chat and slides

21:17 to: LisaRead
Gerry Paille and I both used this graphic at the same Conference on the same day-- they probably thought we were Alec's moles :D

21:39 to: Peggy George
that is such a perfect image to explain social networking!!

21:57 to: Peggy George
I think I may need to get a new coffee mug with that image on it!

22:18 to: Mike
great idea - the couros mug!

22:23 to: Shamblesguru
It's just the one year anniversary of when I locked myself away for a day and quantified and visualised my own PLN http://www.shambles.net/scmith/PLN ... and later my digital footprint

22:29 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Sell them for charity!

22:33 to: Ann L
I want on too!

22:58 to: Emory

22:58 to: Peggy George
wow Shamblesguru! you spent a whole day reflecting on that??!! Very impressive model!!

23:09 to: McTeach
Shambles...couldn't open the link

23:11 to: Gerry
Don't give away our secrets Lisa

23:27 to: matt montagne
I hardly talk about deep teaching and learning with anyone at my school...those conversations mostly happen online for me. Don't know if that is good or bad, but it just is.

23:27 to: Peggy George
that link is redirecting us to your home page :-)

23:32 to: Shamblesguru
Eventually everyone will need to sit down an reflect on their PLN ... it will become a necessary survial skill

23:33 to: Alec Couros

23:36 to: Brumbaugh
Richard Stallman... there is a blast from the past....

23:46 to: LisaRead
Lol Hi Gerry-- I didn't see you there!!!

23:46 to: Alec Couros

23:50 to: Peggy George
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-tRHNElTo4 (Palm Pre webOS - new Sprint Commercial)

24:24 to: Kristina
couldn't open the link either, @Shamblesguru: "SORRY
The webpage you requested does not seem to be here"

24:26 to: Peggy George
that is hilarious!!

24:28 to: Shamblesguru
http://www.shambles.net/csmith/PLN sorry typo above

24:55 to: matt montagne
good quality here

24:59 to: Lisa Thumann
Great video - hadn't see it yet

25:26 to: Paula Naugle
I love that video.

25:30 to: Peggy George
the videos are playing great for me today :-) love it when the tech cooperates!

25:31 to: Kristina
thanks for the link correction, @Shamblesguru

26:11 to: Paula Naugle
Math Muncher! Showing our age.

26:29 to: Brumbaugh
the blue bars on the bottom are the key.

26:32 to: Ann L
So true. Husban often asks how can you spend sooo much time on internet. Not searching anymore. Connected now.

26:40 to: LisaRead
I remember Math Munchers

26:43 to: Lisa Thumann
Schools are still using the Edmark programs - like Sammy's Science House

26:53 to: Brumbaugh
flip them upside down and correlate them to Blooms or Maslow's hierarchies.

27:39 to: Peggy George
it's almost hard to have a time line related to technology that only shows 5 year periods--things are changing so quickly!

27:55 to: Kim Caise
love NIN

27:58 to: Kim 1
Will the slideshow be put in the Archives?

28:19 to: LisaRead
Kim1-- ALec also siad he would post it in Slideshare as well

28:29 to: Kim 1

28:38 to: Kristina
watch for the presentation at http://www.slideshare.net/courosa

28:38 to: Peggy George
the whole recording will be in the archives and you can download the slides directly from the site today

29:12 to: Peggy George
to download the slides go to File>Save>Whiteboard and save as PDF download

29:21 to: ericjp
Richard Stallman, I'll have to Google him

29:53 to: Emory

30:40 to: matt montagne
Movie about that Monsanto Story alec touched upon: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6262083407501596844#

30:40 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
I worry about my stuff being "good enough". Should get over that and share more.

30:44 to: Ann L
Anne Frank!

30:45 to: recon77
i believe they are mostly bad, lol

31:11 to: joycevalenza
radical trust rocks

31:14 to: recon77
but am still for open stuff

31:19 to: Shamblesguru
iTunesU is a great free resource .... but feel it is underused as many I work with have have just not heard of it

31:51 to: Dave
Great Jazz archived on YouTube

32:02 to: Kim Caise
how sad @shambles that they haven't heard of itunesu

32:02 to: recon77
some ways???

32:17 to: ericjp
Lit2Go free audiobooks are a boon to dyslexic students

32:20 to: Shamblesguru
"Everone in USA"

32:21 to: Lisa Thumann
I think Twitter controls some of that too lately

32:26 to: Peggy George
Michael Wesch has shared so many fantastic presentations online in the spirit of open content! He is so inspiring!

32:28 to: LisaRead
I also think every "foible" of humanity that is highlighted on (ie) YouTube is an opportunity for the Teachable Moment

32:43 to: Rushton
great presentation on web 2.0 - I hope we're close to talking about open university stuff soon

33:03 to: Shamblesguru
TEDtalks ... wonderful brain food

33:12 to: recon77
agreed on wesch for the most part

33:16 to: Kristina
link to the TEDtalk: http://www.ted.com/talks/jonathan_zittrain_the_web_is_a_random_act_of_kindness.html

33:23 to: Ann L
Our students are constantly on youtube at home. We should use it more often to create teachable moments.

33:27 to: LisaRead
One of my friends uses Couchsurfing

33:42 to: Dave
agree w/ shamblesguru about tedtalks. good stuff there

33:50 to: LisaRead
@AnnL-- absolutely

33:53 to: Shamblesguru
TEDxBKK (Bangkok) 13th Feb 2010

33:53 to: recon77
ann, the obvious advantage of homeschooling over k12

33:53 to: matt montagne
http://peace.facebook.com if you want to see the "good" on the internet

33:55 to: Kim Caise
wow, i would be so intimidated to do that

34:00 to: Ann L
Very cool. Going to tell my son. He ants to travel.

34:30 to: LisaRead
@Kim C. My friend has used it to stay places, and has had people stay on her couch too-- good experiences for her

34:48 to: matt montagne
check out couch surfing's "peace dot" page as well: http://peace.couchsurfing.org/ Very cool real time data about the relationships that are happening via their platform

34:56 to: Peggy George
Kiva.org is an incredible site--just shared that last week as my WOW of Week on Women of Web show. My secret elfster gave me a Kiva gift certificate to "pay forward"--awesome gift idea!

35:24 to: LisaRead
Oh yeah-- I love the Free Hugs video-- in Australia, I think?

35:32 to: recon77
hands across the water

35:35 to: recon77

35:54 to: Paula Naugle
@Peggy, that is a great idea for an Elfster gift. Will have to remember that for next time.

35:56 to: Ann L
I love this!

36:03 to: LisaRead
Oh yeah, that was a wonderful article-- O loved it

36:06 to: ericjp
they really stepped up

36:08 to: Ann L
Such compassion!

36:14 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
So human!

36:23 to: Samantha
I just discussed this with my middle school students last week.

36:33 to: matt montagne
there probably has never been a greater platform for social change and social justice than the web...and we haven't even scratched the surface

36:59 to: LisaRead
I loved the juxtapostion of heartfelt-geekery

37:09 to: Ann L
Thanks for sharing that Alec

37:16 to: Tim Lauer
nice point about connecting and what we should be focusing on...

37:17 to: kyteacher
@Matt I think you are absolutely right.

37:39 to: monika
love the focus

37:41 to: LisaRead
he was up over $3000 last time I read it

37:45 to: recon77
good for her for not paying the stinkin union!

37:47 to: Eileen K
Wonderful way to use technology:)

37:49 to: McTeach
Why didn't I think of Kiva for a gift for my aunt and uncle! It's perfect!!!

37:51 to: LisaRead
so cool

38:24 to: lspeers
union saves more

38:31 to: recon77
lol, right!

38:32 to: Paula Naugle
Beth Stil's ISTE Newbie Project is great too.

38:44 to: matt montagne
while the web can be a wonderful way to raise money for charity, its prospects as a vehicle for solidarity and empathy is even greater

38:46 to: Peggy George
Kiva is so personalized in the way you can choose the entreprenaurial project you'd like to support and the country too! I loved exploring all of the options!

38:55 to: LisaRead
Teacher unions are much different up here in Canada.

39:09 to: JohnnyCanuck
great story about the photo fix up!

39:13 to: recon77
right! lol

39:17 to: Alec Couros

39:30 to: Brumbaugh
teacher unions in the US are a barrier to this kind of change.

39:40 to: Emory
great video

39:41 to: ericjp
final cut pro skills?

39:44 to: recon77
indeed they are

39:59 to: Alec Couros
yea, final cut pro and all footage taken from archive.org (all public domain footage)

40:05 to: Peggy George
I'm so glad I was able to participate in several classes that Alec offered through his ECI 831 course! http://eci831.wikispaces.com/ (Alec Couros: Main page for EC&I 831: Social Media & Open Educatio

40:05 to: Peggy George

40:05 to: recon77
indeed they are brumbaugh

40:08 to: Kim 1
"learning through immersion" = respected when people talk about learning language/culture but so often disdained when ppl. approach the idea of instructional tech.

40:10 to: Dave
why no sound?

40:11 to: kyteacher
What a fun culminating project for students...create a trailer for our courses.

40:15 to: LisaRead
I love this Scary trailer

40:16 to: Alec Couros
should be sound

40:20 to: LisaRead
mine has sound

40:20 to: matt montagne
@brumbaugh...teachers unions are a double edged sword...I vascillate on their utility and relevance ALL the time. But they do protect academic freedoms for teachers in a way that are really importan

40:20 to: matt montagne

40:23 to: recon77
the sound is there

40:25 to: Gerry
I have sound

40:28 to: Dave
must be my puter then

40:35 to: Emory
borrowed your idea and made a video to use in internet safety workshop[

40:38 to: recon77
sorry matt no cigar!

40:38 to: Peggy George
how can you NOT get excited about an open course after seeing this?? :-) very creative!

40:39 to: Ann L
I just subscribed to your video channel- Thanks!

40:41 to: monika
your rock alec

40:44 to: Kim Caise
what did you use to creat ethe trailer?

41:05 to: Mike
awesome & fun!

41:18 to: Alec Couros

41:24 to: Peggy George
that is an amazing map!!! showing the non-credit students :-)

41:34 to: recon77
the problem at the university level is we are not rewarded for this stuff

41:34 to: LisaRead
@Kim C--- I think he said Final cut Pro + archive.org (the Internet Archives-- Public domain

41:55 to: ericjp
archive.org is maybe the best thing ever

42:00 to: Peggy George
may have to scroll down to see everything on the web tour

42:04 to: ericjp
especially if you love bootlegs

42:14 to: LisaRead
@eric-- I love the Lego movies

42:15 to: recon77
as clark said, (was it clark) the percent that use the stuff remains about 8% in classes

42:19 to: recon77
or was it cuban?

42:19 to: Peggy George

42:41 to: Lisa Thumann
There's a Google Spreadsheet gadget for that now

42:53 to: Paula Naugle
That map is cool.

42:57 to: Kristina
that is cool and easy to put people on a map. great tip

43:02 to: McTeach
Whoa! That's cool!! Could be perfect for our geography survey project!

43:03 to: Peggy George
that's good to know Lisa Thumann!!

43:19 to: Eileen K
I wonder if I could use that for my students Flat Stanley project

43:25 to: Paula Naugle
Thanks, Lisa I didn't know that.

43:42 to: LisaRead
@Eileen. Oh man.....Flat Stanley is the Best!

44:02 to: Ann L
That would be great for Flat Stanley

44:14 to: Peggy George

44:22 to: Kim Caise
yes it is working

44:28 to: Eileen K
Stanley is now venturing out of this work:)

44:28 to: Alec Couros

44:38 to: ericjp

44:43 to: Kim Caise
i found some profane things on spezify so be cautious when working with students

44:48 to: LisaRead
Cool Iris is nice too

44:52 to: Peggy George
sites that you have to log in to don't work well in Elluminate but we can go directly to the site in our browsers

45:04 to: matt montagne
Alec articulated the challenges associated with Moodle and other VLEs very well...while there are ways to archive classes, the content ultimately gets locked up

45:10 to: Ann L
When is your next open course?

45:38 to: Lorna Costantini
Alec mentioned his next course will be fall 2010

45:40 to: Eileen K
Yes, how can we find out when these classes begin?

45:42 to: monika
dang - i missed that mentor part

46:05 to: Lisa Thumann
Alec normally Tweets and blogs about it

46:06 to: Ann L
I would love a link to the course. I want to join.

46:18 to: Emory
it was very worthwhile

46:23 to: Emory
I'd recommend it

46:31 to: ericjp
PD all day every day

46:36 to: monika
exactly where pd should be

46:43 to: Peggy George
Rich Schwier's session was so valuable this semester and I'm sure there were more than 100 people in the elluminate room!

46:45 to: Lisa Thumann
or its archived

46:45 to: Ann L
Yes! it is - like right now!

46:47 to: mrsdurff

46:47 to: recon77
what is pd?

46:49 to: Lorna Costantini
the information about the course content is in the glam links

46:52 to: Lisa Thumann
professional development

46:54 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
great for insomniacs :)

46:57 to: Peggy George

46:58 to: LisaRead
@recon Professional Development

46:58 to: monika
professional development

46:59 to: recon77
whoops, of course

47:06 to: Paula Naugle
I have completed so much PD this year thanks to links shared in Twitter.

47:17 to: Ann L
Me too Paula

47:21 to: clinds
This is what I love about the K12 conference...slowly working through all the amazing presentations when I have a few minutes.

47:23 to: mrsdurff
msstewart are you having trouble sleeping?

47:24 to: McTeach
Paula...me too!!

47:26 to: LisaRead
lol-@Lisa-- you have out-typed me again!

47:27 to: matt montagne
that is another reason why schools should get out of the computer business...the computers can only be turned on and used from 8-3...what about thee other 17 hours??

47:30 to: mrsdurff
I'm shady

47:36 to: Lisa Thumann
@LISA :)

47:41 to: monika
we need to get admin into this - so that pd time is used more efficiently

47:48 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
yeah teacher insomnia

47:53 to: Peggy George
me too Paula!!! it's so great to just click on a link in twitter and be able to participate on the spot in live presentations!

47:55 to: Kim 1
Differentiated PD is an option through these modes

47:58 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
also have a cold right now

48:25 to: Ann L
You do a great job of connecting others. You are very welcoming. make it easy!

48:31 to: Peggy George
that quote is a "keeper"!!

48:34 to: matt montagne
cool slide

48:38 to: Gerry
@matt Our 1:1 students take their macbooks home with them.

48:48 to: Emory
@Ann L I agree

48:55 to: Kim Caise
flattened classrooms

48:59 to: mrsdurff
i did not go thru this

49:04 to: Kim 1
Monika, Our PD can't/won't until they practice it and share/connect with others what they practice (don't keep the secret or try to "hold" ownership of PD

49:05 to: mrsdurff
i dived

49:26 to: LisaRead
@Gerry @Matt-- that was a mistake (one of maney) my district made-- the 1:1 students couldn't take the laptops home

49:26 to: matt montagne
@Gerry...yep, that is the model to be moving to.

49:43 to: Peggy George
that is such an important reminder about the time it takes to move into more open things--hard to just jump into blogging or twitter!

50:06 to: monika
@kim1 - yeah - like richardsonn urges - do this whole learning thing for yourself first....

50:11 to: matt montagne
@Lisa...I understand the school being tentative, but fundamentally we have to "let go"

50:17 to: Paula Naugle
K12 Online Conference archives http://wiki.k12onlineconference.org/home/for-participants/2009-schedule

50:33 to: mrsdurff
i may never learn....

50:38 to: monika
love the nonending part

50:49 to: Gerry
@courosa Allison, I think it was seems to come around after her 'trust" issues at the beginning.

50:54 to: Peggy George
I saw Cindy in your video for K12online conference :-) it was great to hear the students talk about the experience

51:00 to: Gerry

51:00 to: LisaRead
@Matt-- I couldn't agree more...it was a failed program from the start, because of the control freaks in charge

51:06 to: ericjp

51:09 to: Lorna Costantini
Cindy works with Matt Montagne and I on parents as partners - double the education

51:12 to: Kristina

51:21 to: Kim 1
Monika-at least we are aiming at more transformative use (in TSD)

51:28 to: Ann L

51:29 to: Kristina
it does, Alec

51:31 to: Kristina

51:32 to: Lisa Thumann

51:32 to: monika

51:33 to: Shamblesguru
Not k-12 ... now k to grey

51:35 to: Kim Caise
wow, didnt see that before

51:36 to: Peggy George
hmmm... can we pretend we see it??

51:47 to: matt montagne
cool parallel

51:55 to: LisaRead
I just thought it was his hand....

52:03 to: ericjp
what a Richard Lavoie moment

52:18 to: matt montagne
that is me back in '85

52:27 to: Ann L
Can't wait!

52:33 to: matt montagne
wow, I hated those desks

52:35 to: Peggy George

52:44 to: Ann L
You too thanks for this!

52:45 to: Lisa Thumann
Thanks Alec!

52:46 to: mrsdurff
Applause Now

52:48 to: Kristina
thank you

52:48 to: Alec Couros

52:49 to: Soulaiman
thank you ALec

52:52 to: matt montagne
bravo for alec

52:56 to: Peggy George
wow Alec!!! that was quite a blitz of information!! Thank you so much!!

52:57 to: monika
grazie - you are such a great leader alec

53:01 to: jamie
Very interesting--Thanks Alec

53:11 to: Peggy George
full time equivalent :-) FTE

53:12 to: Mike
great presentation - thanks - should be marking but this is so much more enjoyable

53:19 to: Lisa Thumann
- Alec needed to take a breath - he talks so fast

53:20 to: Terry Lindenmuth

53:24 to: Luiz Augusto

53:28 to: Kim Caise
oh okay, ty peggy

53:29 to: Luiz Augusto

53:47 to: Ann L
I learned so much in such a short time. Love the preso slides and videos.

53:57 to: matt montagne
that is smart that the institution loads it that way...it rewards faculty exploration in online, virtual, or blended learning

54:03 to: Peggy George
as soon as the recording is available today it will be posted here: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

54:15 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Connect, connect, connect. We don't need to know it all. We need to learn how to find the connections.

54:18 to: Gerry
That's interesting Alec - many places look at online delivery to be a money saver - instructor can handle more students per "class"

54:19 to: Lisa Thumann
Liz Kolb

54:30 to: LisaRead
Thanks for the link, Alec, and thanks to Kim, Lorna and Peggy for this format-- I will come again! Merry Christmas, all-- best wishes for good learning in 2010!

54:36 to: Lisa Thumann
I know nothing

54:36 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
Teacher as connector instead of connent provider- Love it!

54:40 to: Meredith (@msstewart)

54:43 to: Rob P
Any connecting of 50 year old business professionals with 20 year old students?

54:50 to: Kim 1
Uses/implementation of ISTE NETS? http://www.iste.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=NETS

54:53 to: Peggy George
I personally love the idea that I can take selected classes from a course without having to take the whole course! Such a personalized experience!

54:57 to: virginia alberti
great presentation!

54:58 to: Kim Caise
lots of great links in the gl.am link from your glamorous co hosts http://gl.am/V1KX4

55:23 to: Kristina
so what will you be doing in the meantime, alec?

55:28 to: Lisa Thumann
I like the convenience of learning from the archived info - it's great and connected with everyone

55:28 to: Mike
first one of these i attended - great job , I'll be back to more

55:32 to: Alec Couros

55:34 to: Peggy George
Next course begins in Sept. 2010 :-) Follow his tweets and you'll know :-)

55:34 to: Eileen K
Thank you:)

55:43 to: Alec Couros

55:54 to: Emory
he puts out a lot of links through his blog or twitter

56:03 to: Kim 1
It's been great following you (on Twitter) & have really appreciated today. Thanks!

56:04 to: Randall F.
Question - who will be paying instructional designers and curriculum specialists to create new OER?

56:05 to: Paula Naugle
@Mike these sessions are such a great way to learn and share.

56:15 to: Kristina
i really loved the synchronous sessions though i could only watch the recordings due to time difference. very enriching!

56:16 to: Peggy George

56:28 to: Kim Caise

56:31 to: ericjp

56:31 to: Kim 1
Randall, good question...anyone??

56:40 to: Ann L
wow definitely going to check them out - thanks

56:57 to: Alec Couros
CCK08 and CCK09 (Siemens and Downes)

56:58 to: mrsdurff
two years in a row

56:59 to: Peggy George
The recordings from his classes provide you with enough content for a whole year of PD with teachers!!

57:04 to: mrsdurff
08 and 09

57:09 to: mrsdurff

57:16 to: Kristina
yes, credit was possible in CCK08 and CCK09

57:41 to: Peggy George
if you don't need university credit you could just use the hours as professional development credits for re-certification

57:42 to: Ann L
How does the college feel about the open courses?

57:54 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Did you decide on a name from Twitter followers yet? :-)

58:15 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
can you talk more about the personal professional overlap, Alec? Do you think that looks different for teachers as opposed to university profs?

58:17 to: Gerry
Can you say a bit more about how the for credit students view the "outsiders?'

58:19 to: Peggy George
don't you love the idea of being able to learn without HAVING to take an assessment :-)

58:27 to: Alec Couros
i see meredith has a question

58:44 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Alec is keynote at CNIE 2010 http://www.innovationineducation.ca/

58:47 to: Peggy George
thank you all for joining us today at such a busy time!!!

59:09 to: Alec Couros
thanks Sue ... please come to CNIE if you can :-)

59:28 to: Andria
Thanks to all who participated!

59:31 to: Randall F.
@Kim 1 I create OER and am being paid by a nonprofit but am wondering what other organizations can benefit from speding money on OER development.

59:36 to: Kris Diener
Thanks for a great presentation and terrific resources.

59:36 to: Peggy George
we would love to have you all join us for a celebration and review of the past year! there have been so many fantastic guests on our shows and many are in the room today!! :-)

59:38 to: Kristina
oh wow

59:54 to: monika

59:56 to: monika
nice guys

59:57 to: Alec Couros
thanks all!

1:00:02 to: Emory
thank you alec

1:00:09 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Love the idea of certificates! Could put them on my wall to promote the sessions with colleagues!

1:00:13 to: Peggy George
Thank you so much Alec!! Great presentation!!!

1:00:13 to: open univerisity courses and how to

1:00:13 to: Paula Naugle
Thank you everyon and especially Alec. Everyone hav a wonderful Holiday Season and see you in the New Year.

1:00:23 to: Maria
Thanks very much Alex, and all. :-) Have a nice Christmas. Cheers from Portugal.

1:00:27 to: Luiz Augusto

1:00:30 to: Mike
Thanks to all - Happy Holidays!

1:00:35 to: Kyle Schutt
Thank you so much, this was my first show and it motivates me to join more in the future.

1:00:40 to: Peggy George
yes Sue Davis--the certificates are great to post on your classroom wall to show you are a lifelong learner!!!!

1:00:48 to: virginia alberti
Happy holidays!! and Thanks!

1:00:55 to: Eileen K
Do we need a certain level of expetise to begin your courses?

1:01:00 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Cheers from NB. Find time for yourselves over the busy season.

1:01:22 to: Peggy George
Happy holidays to everyone!!!

1:01:43 to: matt montagne
is this course model scalable to larger institutions and to the average university instructor??

1:01:48 to: Lisa Thumann
Thank you everyone - once again an excellent Classroom 2.0 Live experience!!

1:01:48 to: Ann L
I would love to try it, but want to attend yours first :)

1:01:51 to: Dave
I stumbled in here while surfing. What address do I bookmark to get back to these sessions in the future, pleasea?

1:02:16 to: Kristina
http://live.classroom20.com/ ∂ Dave

1:02:19 to: Kim Caise
@dave http://live.classroom20.com

1:02:25 to: Kim Caise
thanks @kristina!

1:02:30 to: Dave
Thank you.

1:02:33 to: Peggy George
this kind of class that Alec offers is much more than an online recording like iTunesU--it is very interactive with participation from both f2f and virtual participants

1:02:39 to: Kristina
the session will be available under "Archive and Resources"

1:02:57 to: mrsdurff
going to go check the weather - it is still snowing and it looks deep enough to me

1:03:07 to: Ann L
Do you ever get negative feeback?

1:03:16 to: mrsdurff
see you all around the edublogosphere

1:03:19 to: Meredith (@msstewart)

1:03:19 to: Kristina
@Peggy: that is the big difference between the resources part of open education (the Open Educational Resources) and the open courses.

1:03:28 to: Peggy George
you can find all of the recordings of previous sessions in our archives: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

1:03:59 to: Peggy George
yes Kristina!! I agree!

1:04:28 to: Ann L
That is telling isn't it

1:04:30 to: Kristina
alec got wonderful positive feedback, even in a song :-)

1:04:36 to: Peggy George
could get negative feedback from "jealous" faculty colleagues :-)

1:04:56 to: Emory
u did provide sessions that were just for the credit students

1:05:48 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Can folks list their twitter names? I want to continue connecting. I am @NBCCSue

1:06:00 to: Ann L

1:06:11 to: Kim Caise

1:06:15 to: Lorna Costantini

1:06:24 to: Lorna Costantini

1:06:25 to: Peggy George

1:06:30 to: monika
just like all of ed - for sure

1:06:33 to: Mike

1:06:36 to: Randall F.

1:06:44 to: Joe
Alec, do you use peer assessment in your course?

1:06:45 to: Luiz Augusto

1:06:49 to: matt montagne
universitites shouldn't mandate it, but should really foster those innovative pockets who want to do this

1:06:49 to: Emory
Alec: How do you see open ed chaging the future of the physical universities?

1:06:52 to: anachorete

1:07:04 to: edgaraltamirano
edgar: @edgaraltamirano

1:07:17 to: Peggy George
very good point--not a skillset but a mindset!

1:07:46 to: Ann L

1:08:32 to: Peggy George
underlying reason may be jealousy but it comes out as criticism of the model/course. Sometimes it's because they don't want to work that hard and open teaching isn't easy work.

1:08:34 to: Kristina
but then people get jealous when you do anything that garners positive reactions that the other person doesn't get

1:08:49 to: Ann L
I have gotten great help from the grad educators on twitter. My classes are then very different.

1:09:05 to: Alec Couros

1:09:33 to: Kristina
this CV is just amazing on all levels: teaching, research, presenting, community building...

1:09:43 to: Peggy George
that is such a great example of an online eportfolio :-)

1:10:00 to: Peggy George
yes Kristina!!!

1:10:26 to: McTeach
Alec, my dad always says if you don't toot your own horn, someone else may get hold of it and play the wrong tune! Toot away!

1:10:28 to: Ann L
Sharing is really important! Others just don't know unless we do.

1:10:36 to: Peggy George
We know there are lots more people that watch the recordings each week following the show based on the hits to the archives :-)

1:11:04 to: Peggy George
your dad is very wise McTeach!!! I'm going to use that quote!

1:11:22 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
An open course might lead to people taking a paid course. Turn it around!

1:11:31 to: Mike
the good PR may lead to more credit students...

1:11:31 to: Tammy Moore
It all comes down to credits and degrees. THey get paid for thiose needing that

1:11:32 to: McTeach
Peggy...please do! I believe he actually got it from my grandpa!

1:11:35 to: matt montagne
people who don't understand the "Free-mium" concept may conclude that Alec's course is loosing money for the school...

1:11:57 to: Peggy George
that's really good to hear--doesn't take away from paying students/tuition to university--actually provides more value in attracting students :-)

1:11:59 to: Kristina

1:12:30 to: Kristina
fewer people would have heard about UR without Alec's constant presenting offline and also especially online

1:12:48 to: Ann L

1:12:54 to: monika

1:13:19 to: matt montagne
Chris Anderson's "Free" is a good read on this topic

1:13:21 to: Peggy George
yes--attention economy :-)

1:13:27 to: Ann L
free i sgood

1:13:36 to: Peggy George
Michael Goldharber

1:13:40 to: Mike
the # of times I mention Alec , I am afraid I will lose students to UR only 4 hours away!

1:13:54 to: Sonya
Do you have any advice for someone who wants to teach but is not affiliated with a school or university? teaching things of personal interest like hobbies. how does one begin?

1:14:08 to: Ann L

1:14:13 to: Tammy Moore
@Sonja - the tools are out there

1:14:18 to: Meredith (@msstewart)
good point about just doing things

1:14:20 to: Peggy George
that's funny! start out doing it under the radar :-)

1:14:21 to: Tammy Moore
Just jump in

1:14:36 to: monika
passion is key

1:14:43 to: matt montagne
the Free model is powerful...don't worry about monetizing on the front end...if you create something that has value, there will be a way to monetize. Alec is clearly creating something that has value

1:14:48 to: Ann L
no fear teaching

1:14:51 to: Tammy Moore
@Sonja - contact me at armoorefam@centurytel and I will help you get started if you want.

1:14:57 to: Peggy George
you don't need tenure when you teach with passion and a desire to keep learning!

1:15:33 to: Peggy George
excellent point Matt!! that's very quotable! :-)

1:15:51 to: monika
what is the value of being face to face

1:15:56 to: monika
so good to ask

1:17:04 to: Peggy George
it is so exciting to me to be able to meet people f2f from my PLN--even if it's just a meeting at the airport as they pass through!!

1:17:09 to: matt montagne
it is the way that many of these silicon valley companies operate peggy. The real costs of starting a web 2.0 company is cheap and getting cheaper all the time (at some point it will approach 0).

1:17:13 to: monika
good podcast of shareski and i think alec with rheingold on that

1:17:16 to: Tammy Moore
need mic

1:17:23 to: Alec Couros
got you

1:17:33 to: Peggy George
easy come easy go with the mic :-)

1:17:57 to: monika

1:18:46 to: Peggy George
what a great example Tammy--your biology students continuing to communicate on the Ning even 3 years later!! Wow!

1:18:49 to: monika
very cool - alumni connections

1:19:19 to: kyteacher
Very cool!

1:19:22 to: Alec Couros
this is really great!

1:19:32 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
Want to play more with Ning. Any good tutorials/samples I can look at?

1:19:34 to: Peggy George
that description sounds like the LAN parties we've been having for the K12 Online Conference in our local areas and that f2f conversation is invaluable!

1:20:19 to: Peggy George
there are tons of great educational Nings to check out Sue Davis! I think I may belong to close to 75 of them (but don't actively participate in all)

1:20:20 to: Alec Couros
that's the best!

1:20:32 to: Alec Couros
those are very nice options

1:20:34 to: matt montagne
once you start building alumni connections, you can have some of those folks come back and share their learnings with the current class. Alumns can help contribute to building a real "apprenticeship"

1:20:34 to: matt montagne
model of learning (as can parents and other local and global school community members)

1:20:41 to: Kim Caise
http://flatclassroomproject.ning.com/ is a great ning

1:20:55 to: Terry Lindenmuth
Thanks Tammy

1:21:03 to: Peggy George
awesome testimonial Tammy!! we need to capture that piece of the recording to use in other places :-)

1:21:08 to: Ann L
That is a really great story

1:21:16 to: Eileen K
Thanks Kim:)

1:22:01 to: Ann L
My students from last year were just asking about theri class wiki from last year. Wanted to see this years.

1:22:03 to: Eileen K
It all begins at K-12

1:22:07 to: Peggy George
the most successful Ning communities are those that are continually nurtured and fed by many in the community!!

1:22:19 to: Sue Davis @NBCCSue
@ Kim @ Peggy thanks!

1:22:36 to: kyteacher
Need to sign out, but my wheels are turning. Thanks for another great session.

1:23:04 to: Peggy George
thank you for joining us!!! I learn so much every week even as a show host!! :-)

1:23:27 to: Tammy Moore
When you have motivated learners assessments need only be to help them catch when they miss something that they thought they got

1:23:39 to: Peggy George
an open mindset helops us to realize that we don't need to do everything "perfect" :-)

1:23:40 to: matt montagne
I see the way our teachers work at the end of the semester with exams...15-20 hours of grading...will this always be a fundamental part of a high school teacher's job??

1:23:40 to: Tammy Moore
It si for them not for a course grade

1:24:00 to: Alec Couros
absolutely Tammy ... let's connect! :-)

1:24:04 to: Tammy Moore

1:24:11 to: monika
tammy's twitter name?

1:24:14 to: Peggy George
Yeah Tammy!!! definitely our hero and model!!

1:24:16 to: Ann L
Thanks again- signing off!

1:24:18 to: matt montagne
cheers for Alec!!!

1:24:25 to: monika
thank you

1:24:32 to: Joe
Thanks Alec!

1:24:33 to: Tammy Moore
armoorefam is my twitter name

1:24:36 to: Lorna Costantini
Thanks for being with us Alec will continue to follow you

1:24:39 to: matt montagne
Kudos to the CR2.0 Team of Peggy, Kim and Lorna

1:24:39 to: Peggy George
Tammy shares lots of her resources on LearnCentral too :-)

1:24:44 to: Alec Couros
thanks everyone, i really enjoyed this. Happy Holidays!

1:24:44 to: Joe
Joe: @mpondu

1:24:54 to: Kristina
thanks alec, kim, lorna and peggy!

1:24:54 to: Peggy George
Thank you so much Alec! What an inspirational morning!!

1:24:58 to: Kim Caise

1:25:08 to: Kim Caise

1:25:12 to: Luiz Augusto

1:25:14 to: monika
great session guys

1:25:23 to: Lorna Costantini

1:25:34 to: Lorna Costantini
Good bye everyone

1:25:39 to: Peggy George
Recording will be posted here very soon: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

1:25:50 to: McTeach
Thank you, Alec!

1:25:52 to: Alec Couros
thanks for letting me know Kim

1:26:00 to: McTeach
Thanks Kim, Peggy, and Lorna!

1:26:02 to: Peggy George
Please come back for the Year in Review on January 2, 2010!!! Would love to hear from lots of people that day!

1:26:04 to: Mike

1:26:05 to: Eileen K
Great information:)

1:26:07 to: matt montagne
bye y'all

1:26:08 to: Luiz Augusto

1:26:11 to: Alec Couros
Thanks Kim, Lorna, Peggy ... much appreciated!

1:26:12 to: Peggy George
Happy holidays everyone!!! Bye!