CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE - May 22, 2010

00:11 to: Peggy George
Fantastic Paula!!! We'll have you on the show from ISTE!!!!

00:23 to: Peggy George
and we're off and running!! :-)

00:23 to: Kim Caise
awesome Paula! can't wait to meet you

00:28 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning all!!

00:48 to: Peggy George
Tammy has so many talents and today you get to see some more of them!!

01:09 to: Kim Caise
we are so fortunate to have her as part of our team

01:42 to: Peggy George
we really appreciate it when you all tweet about the show so more people will be able to take advantage of all of our special guests!

01:43 to: Dwight Farris
I'm developing a Drupal-Moodle Module called Droodle...

01:52 to: Paula Naugle
Hi Kim. Can't wait to meet you too.

01:59 to: Peggy George
love that name Dwight!! Droodle

02:28 to: Dwight Farris

02:50 to: Peggy George
I saw a presentation by Chris Walsh where he created the name Moogpal (Moodle-Drupal-Google)

02:57 to: McTeach (Karen)
I was waiting for Lorna to say "if you're happy and you know it..."

03:07 to: Peggy George
now we get to play...

03:27 to: punit
not india nepal

03:28 to: Peggy George
if it doesn't go right where you want your dot you can click and drag it

03:29 to: Tammy Moore
Star - Texas Maybe :)

03:40 to: John Peters
Yeah Texas!

03:43 to: Dwight Farris
spoke to Chris at DrupalCon in San Fran

03:43 to: Sal
Hi from NJ

03:47 to: Peggy George
fantastic international audience!! whoo hoooo

04:07 to: Peggy George
I think we all agree :-)

04:09 to: Kim T AZ
future being a relative term

04:14 to: Newman5@twitter
C'mon now

04:15 to: Peggy George
definitely Kim

04:15 to: John Peters
I'm hoping to make it so in my high school

04:17 to: Kim Caise

04:45 to: Newman5@twitter

05:08 to: Peggy George
would be interesting to know if the course combined both moodle and elluminate

05:29 to: John Peters
Heck Yes, its wonderful!

05:34 to: Peggy George
course management systems make it so easy to handle online courses

05:48 to: Peggy George
Tammy you have a very savvy audience!!

06:05 to: Paula Naugle
Yeah Tammy!

06:12 to: Peggy George
We don't have closed captioning today because Tammy is our guest presenter!! :-)

06:19 to: Chrysinda
Tammy is amazing!

06:21 to: virginia alberti
great Tammy!!!

06:36 to: Charlie

06:49 to: Peggy George

06:53 to: Chrysinda

06:56 to: Dwight Farris

06:59 to: matt montagne
hey all

07:04 to: John Peters
Very Cool Tammy!

07:04 to: Peggy George
those pciture are sooooo real looking they look like photos!!

07:14 to: Paula Naugle
Good morning, Matt.

07:15 to: Peggy George
she is an incredible artist!!

07:20 to: Kim Caise
isn't her work beautiful

07:21 to: Peggy George
Hi Matt-welcome

07:21 to: John Peters
BEAUTIFUL artwork!

07:30 to: Ann Black
I thought the first two were photos!

07:30 to: Dwight Farris

07:31 to: Paula Naugle
Tammy is just too talented.

07:32 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning, Matt!

08:16 to: Peggy George
rural areas are such logical places for online learning!!

08:36 to: Peggy George
I always have to think!! asynchronous is at different times

08:37 to: KathleenJ
live nowis synchronous like this talk

08:40 to: Charlie
this session is synchonous

08:44 to: Ariel Pena
synchronous = same time

08:45 to: Louis Loeffler
synchrnous - real time - working together - like now

08:45 to: Sal
in real time and anytime

08:46 to: Evi
synchronous means all on the same time are connected

08:48 to: Dwight Farris
synchronous is facilitated by an instructor

08:49 to: Eileen K
live together

08:53 to: Kareen K
synchronous is interacting at the same time, asynchronous not

08:54 to: Peggy George
synchronous is all at the same time

08:56 to: Jill
synchronous-talking live asynchronous--posting when you can

08:59 to: Sandy
live, ditto

09:00 to: Ariel Pena
asynchronous = different times

09:02 to: Bob Caro
sybchronous - at the same time - - asynchronous - at differnt times (forums vs. chats)

09:06 to: DimitrisTzouris
Asynchronous = Online material + forums + activities, but not live interaction like now

09:06 to: Renita
one way or two way communication

09:12 to: mslaneeus
synchronous = same time, asynchronous = when you can, compare notes

09:14 to: KathleenJ
asynchronous - anytime anywhere

09:15 to: Peggy George
like that Randi--real time

09:17 to: Dave 1
isnt synchronous is at the same time - collaborative while asynchronous would be online blogs or posts where people collaborate at different times

09:19 to: Aram Kabodian
synchronous is when the students are online at the same time as the facilitator; asynchronous is not happening at the same time...I think

09:28 to: Ann Black
Synchronus is the teacher and student working at the same time, asynchronous allows students to work at a time they choose?

09:28 to: anachorete

09:29 to: Paula Naugle
Synchronous is what we are doing right now. Same time. Asynchronoous is at different times. When you can log on and learn.

09:32 to: Peggy George
yes Dave 1--great description

09:38 to: Peggy George
that's a great story Tammy!

09:48 to: anachorete

09:49 to: manaliss
both come from greek same time

09:56 to: manaliss
and in differnet timew

10:01 to: manaliss

10:16 to: Lorna Costantini
When you are posting comments and you want to share with everyone - please check that you are sending to "This Room"

10:36 to: David - Ed Tech Workshops
asynchronous provides the developer with a more flexible approach to learning and collaboration

11:10 to: Peggy George
I love that we have recordings of sessions so they can be viewed asynchronously :-) never have to miss anything :-)

11:25 to: Jill
me too, Peggy

11:26 to: Peggy George
I am also a huge cheerleader for both Moodle and Elluminate :-)

11:53 to: Dwight Farris
Moodle-Eluminate ...Absolutely!

12:19 to: Kim Caise
we just finished facilitating a Moodle Meet and felt Tammy would be the perfect person to continue talking about Moodle

12:30 to: jeffmason
unschooling deschooloing

12:42 to: Dwight Farris

12:51 to: John Peters
I think God is definitley an important part of a child's education! Thanks for bringing that up

13:00 to: Dwight Farris

13:08 to: Dave 1
I am a technology teacher who uses a teaching system which is similar to moodle, but is not very flexible. I am interested in making my classes versitile and giving students current content.

13:15 to: matt montagne
I'm seriously going to consider homeschooling for our new-born to be

13:27 to: mrsdurff
lots of work

13:38 to: McTeach (Karen)
Congratulations, Matt! Is this your first?

13:42 to: matt montagne
is socialization at traditional schools all that good any way??

13:49 to: matt montagne
Yes Karen...our first

13:50 to: Paula Naugle
Congrats, Matt.

13:51 to: Peggy George
I love the idea of coops

14:07 to: McTeach (Karen)
How exciting! Congratulations, Matt!

14:08 to: mrsdurff
I'm thinking a private primary school is the best option

14:18 to: mrsdurff
followed by homeschooling

14:26 to: matt montagne
I think schools are pretty good at teaching kids to sit quietly on their butts...

14:40 to: Kareen K
I'm visualizing a private cooperative school.

14:41 to: Dave 1
Eduaction is personal for each pair of parents to decide for their own child.

14:43 to: mrsdurff
oh not in my rooms

14:50 to: matt montagne
...if that is socialization, I don't want it

14:54 to: Dave 1
There is no right or wrong way - just what you feel most comfortable.

14:54 to: Bob Caro
In traditional school, students observe behaviors that other parents think are acceptable, so they try it out at their homes.

14:54 to: mrsdurff
i am a failure at that

15:09 to: McTeach (Karen)
mrsdurff...I teach at a private K-8 school. People assume the education is better, but I haven't seen that!

15:27 to: mrsdurff
adults walk in my room and assume i am not there

15:29 to: manaliss
How about socialization in a public or private school

15:32 to: Peggy George
it's hard not to generalize but I'm sure we've all seen good/bad examples of every situation-public,private,charter,homeschooling, unschooling, etc.

15:33 to: mrsdurff
i love it

15:39 to: Bob Caro
Yes, i teach 6th grade

15:43 to: matt montagne
@peggy...great point

15:43 to: manaliss
They will live in this world

16:08 to: Kim Caise
wow, that is amazing!

16:15 to: Peggy George
we will be seeing a lot more online instruction regardless of the school settings in the future

16:26 to: Sheri Edwards
As a public school teacher, I engage diverse students -- their ideas, personalities, and habits (good and bad) to work and learn together; hopefully society around us will grow together better too...

16:27 to: jeffmason
my child did jr/sr yr homeschool through FL virtual school

16:40 to: Kareen K
I really want to get on-line learning going in my community.

16:49 to: Eileen K
I've taught in private and now public and I have seen amazing teachers in both types of schools ... Effective teachers make the difference in a school.

16:51 to: Kim Caise
FL has a fantastic virtual school

16:57 to: Kim Caise
i want to be!

17:07 to: jeffmason

17:09 to: Peggy George
not from virtual school but have seen many webinars with them and they are doing amazing things

17:47 to: Kim Caise
i really want to be part of the texas virtual school network

17:53 to: Peggy George
Adora Svitak, the 12 year old teacher we had on our show participates in a virtual school. She is brilliant!

18:09 to: Dwight Farris
Remember - Moodle is open source...which is a great selling point

18:23 to: Chrysinda
Neat! Thanks, Dwight!

18:31 to: Bob Caro
Dwight - does Moodle install on Windows Servers?

18:35 to: Dwight Farris

18:41 to: Kim Caise
yes it does bob

18:42 to:

18:52 to: John Peters
@Barb yes on any platfom, virtually

19:03 to:
we've worked with through net learning

19:05 to: Dwight Farris
I have actually performed a full installation

19:07 to: Kim Caise
miguel guhlin of san antonio isd runs several for district moodle courses

19:17 to: Ariel Pena
I use moddle as a student .. can I have a space for my own virtual classroom in moddle?

19:28 to: joel
was that a full installation on your own computer

19:42 to: John Peters
@Ariel, yes, you would just have to have a server to host Moodle on

19:43 to: Dwight Farris
if you adventurous enough, you can load moodle on your pc

19:50 to: Dwight Farris
it can be done

19:50 to: Peggy George
I like that concept--contractors of their children's education :-)

19:58 to: Peggy George
so many choices!

20:01 to: Dave 1
where can you get server space to host moodle?

20:10 to: Ariel Pena
when you say server

20:10 to: Janet Abdoulaye
key to school will host for free

20:11 to: Kim Caise
there are sites that host moodle courses online for free and for fees

20:15 to: John Peters
@Peggy so many GOOD choices, right?

20:17 to: joel
Any advantages of doing that, Dwight

20:18 to: Jill
@ Dave keys to school

20:21 to: matt montagne can install Moodle pretty much anywhere...siteground, bluehost, rackspaces, etc

20:24 to: Kim Caise
i love key to @janet! that is what i use

20:25 to: Ariel Pena
what do you mean? ... like a webserver host

20:33 to: Peggy George
we had homeschooled students participating in special classes in our school-like art, music, PE, band

20:43 to: Dwight Farris
yes, you would not have to worry about the IT maintenance

20:54 to: TonyT
Godaddy makes Moodle install one-click install

20:56 to: Peggy George
I installed Moodle on my own server space and if I can do it anyone can!! :-)

20:56 to: Dave 1
i have a server at school and i have installed it on there, but i want students to get access to it through the internet

20:58 to: Dwight Farris
or server/databse issues

21:10 to: Lori
can you please start talking about moodle. lots of questions bout it in the chat.

21:11 to: Dave 1
my server cannot be accessed externally

21:12 to: Sal
how do you get an online teaching job in elementary school

21:13 to: John Peters
@Ariel yes

21:27 to: John Peters
hosting services like Remote Learner

21:28 to: Kim Caise
david asked earlier What about those partents that might like the concept of home school but are not able to organize and participate?

21:30 to: manaliss
Dave1 Q It needs a lot of promotion to get your students use ti

21:38 to: Ariel Pena
because in my district we use Blackboard

21:42 to: joel
does anyone know of a link for easy install

21:45 to: Dwight Farris
that is a little tricky, but Moodle is a full webservice - if you have the domain name

21:52 to: Ariel Pena
but to be honest I like moddle interface better and I know how to create a virtual room now

21:57 to: Dwight Farris
hosting as Tammy eluded to

22:00 to: John Peters
@sal it would be more of a hybrid or blended course

22:03 to: jeffmason
AUP requires it ti be located onschool server

22:03 to: matt montagne
anyone upgrading to Moodle 2.0 this summer?? I should know better, but we're thinking about it

22:07 to: DimitrisTzouris
Free moodle hosting:

22:17 to: DimitrisTzouris
Give it a try :)

22:18 to: Kim Caise
key to school is fabulous with great themes

22:18 to: dreamarks
another moodle hosting service moodlerooms

22:21 to: Dave 1

22:23 to: John Peters

22:31 to: Ann Black
I teach in a ppublic school with Moodle. Students balk at the beginning, but they take to it rather quickly - rather intuitive for them.

22:31 to: Kim Caise
you have to pay for moodlerooms but is free

22:36 to: Peggy George
we have included a lot of links for you to explore in our links today

22:44 to: joel

22:46 to: Dwight Farris
those were "fun" times Tammy...:)

22:49 to: Ariel Pena
Thanks for those resources

22:55 to: Lorna Costantini
there are limitation to keytoschool

23:00 to: Peggy George

23:07 to: jeffmason
Commodore VIC 20

23:15 to: Peggy George
we've included many sources of information for both Moodle and Elluminate

23:26 to: Lorna Costantini
one click installs at DreamHost and others give you full control of multi media

23:27 to: TonyT
You can download tons of courses - free - from MIT and Open University that install in a Moodle system simply and quickly

23:31 to: Dwight Farris
you can always access the site for more info

23:45 to: Peggy George
I love that so many people are willing to share their resources in Moodle communities.

23:49 to: John Peters
@Peggy educate me. links?

23:57 to: Peggy George
There are many Moodle communities listed in our links today

24:12 to: Peggy George is a website where we can post all of our links on one page with short descriptions

24:14 to: Peggy George

24:19 to: Ann Black
following "moodleman" on twitter was a suggestion someone gave me

24:22 to: Kim Caise
compiles several links into one link group at

24:26 to: Dwight Farris
Moodle has become the Course-Learning management system of the open source realm

24:27 to: Peggy George
Moodleman is in our links today

24:28 to: Jill
I really appreciate the password protection part of it

24:31 to: John Peters
@Peggy Thanks I got it

24:34 to: matt montagne
I've spent a good 2 years working w/Moodle...I like it, but it is quite teacher/institutional - centric...if you don't need assignment submissions, grading, etc, you're probably better off using a wik

24:34 to: matt montagne

24:48 to: Kim Caise
we call it the link for the glamorous co hosts here!

24:50 to: DimitrisTzouris
@matt, I agree

24:54 to: Dwight Farris
good point Matt

24:58 to: jackiegerstein

24:59 to: Peggy George
Moodle Mayhem is a new group organized by Miguel Guhlin for people to share Moodle courses they are creating :-)

25:28 to: Jill
it needs to be interactive--not just reading

25:31 to: Kim Caise
i have seen school websites built completely in moodle

25:31 to: Lorna Costantini
Tammy is very creative

25:32 to: Peggy George
just like with Smartboards--not better teaching if you only use them as projected slides

25:38 to: Dwight Farris
Interaction is the key

25:44 to: Kareen K
That is great news!

25:50 to: dreamarks
like a wiki, google sites is great

25:52 to: Peggy George

26:20 to: Peggy George
we included some examples of Moodle sites in our links today also

26:37 to: David - Ed Tech Workshops
There are specific techniques for creating online Moodle classes. Teachers may be wondereful course developers in traditional classroom environments but online requires new techniques, specific direct

26:37 to: David - Ed Tech Workshops
ions, and lots of resources. The value of Moodle courses is the ability to make changes and update examples.

26:46 to: Paula Naugle
@dreamarks I love Google sites but I teach 4th graders who aren't old enough to get a Google account.

26:57 to: joel
Does moodle allow student to take test and automatically be graded?

27:05 to: jackiegerstein

27:10 to: Peggy George
Kim, Lorna and I just finished co-moderating an online Moodle Meet on Connected Leadership--it was so easy to collaborate and create content in Moodle!!

27:12 to: Dwight Farris

27:13 to: Charlie
you don't need google accounts with wikispaces

27:20 to: manaliss
It is iportant no to put traditional teaching methods online

27:24 to: Charlie

27:28 to: manaliss
They just dont work

27:28 to: Sheri Edwards
TeachersCollege of Washington State

27:29 to: Peggy George
so true manaliss!!

27:31 to: Kim Caise
you can use your gmail addess with the + sign in the username for student accounts

27:44 to: jeffmason
but it is still flexible

27:44 to: Evi
I love and use wikispaces too

27:47 to: Paula Naugle
@charlie I like that about wikispaces.

28:02 to: Peggy George
one of the problems I find is that many schools use Moodle for courses but they are protected so we can't access them

28:04 to: matt montagne
I'm intrigued by Wave as a potential classroom virtual home base...with its extensions it is a really dyanmic online eco-system

28:06 to: Louis Loeffler

28:09 to: Kim Caise
and offers moodle hosting for free

28:16 to: Dianne Aldridge

28:20 to: John Peters
Ideal Course: Flexible, Challenging

28:20 to: Evi
first we practice with wiki in Moodle then we use wikispaces

28:23 to: Eileen K

28:25 to: Peggy George
a course that meets the needs of every child

28:25 to: Kareen K
Student centered learning where students can participate independently

28:25 to: Charlie

28:26 to: Ariel Pena

28:27 to:

28:27 to: matt montagne
community connections, connections to the real world, connections to experts, passion based

28:29 to: Holly

28:29 to: kesha

28:30 to: Aram Kabodian
other students to collaborate with

28:32 to: Jackie
rigorous material

28:33 to: jeffmason
options for self direction

28:35 to: Jill
video individualized audio opportunity to be creative

28:36 to: Peggy George

28:36 to: Paula Naugle
lots of choice

28:37 to: Kim Caise
cost effective

28:41 to: Kareen K
student independence

28:43 to: Dwight Farris

28:45 to: John Peters
@Tammy thank you1

28:49 to: josesbc
understanding of concepts

28:49 to: Rod
One positive feature of Moodle is that you can use Moodle and also use all the other sources everyone has listed here. Moodle is used to organize it all and help you track learning activities.

28:49 to: Kim Caise
learning styles

28:54 to: Ann Black

28:57 to: John Peters

28:58 to: Holly
user friendly

28:58 to: jackiegerstein
ability to produce as well as consume

29:02 to: Charlie
of interest to students

29:06 to: Lorna Costantini
reinforce family values and skill and knowledge

29:09 to: David - Ed Tech Workshops
access to a variety of resources and a variety of ideas and points of view

29:14 to: Peggy George
resources such as technology available

29:17 to: Dwight Farris
an old term, but still important - user friendly

29:21 to: jeffmason
time fro personal rigor

29:26 to: jeffmason

29:27 to: anachorete

29:27 to: Peggy George
yes Dwight!! user friendly!!

29:30 to:
colaboration, interactioon , challenge

29:34 to: matt montagne
@Rod, Moodle definitely can be the hub to bring it all together

29:35 to: dreamarks

29:40 to: Kim Caise

29:43 to: Charlie
keep track of progress to students

29:45 to: Holly

29:49 to: Eileen K
critical thinking skills

29:49 to: Kareen K
student user-friendly

29:50 to: manaliss
Fearless speaking without the presence of audience

29:59 to: jackiegerstein
opportunities for self-reflection - self-evaluation

30:01 to: Peggy George
flexibility so each child feels challenged and able to learn at onw rate/pace about things they are interested in

30:01 to: manaliss
for some students

30:03 to: virginia alberti
construction co-knowledge

30:09 to: Ariel Pena
Frequency of Tutoring

30:14 to: jackiegerstein

30:16 to: matt montagne
Tammy is a skilled elluminate teacher...I love how she is using the whiteboard and making this participatory

30:17 to: Peggy George
I agree virginia!! constructivist!!!

30:23 to:
different exposure to content

30:27 to: Kim Caise
peer teaching

30:31 to: Kareen K
usable by the student

30:32 to: jackiegerstein
agree Matt

30:33 to:
yes constructivist

30:49 to: DimitrisTzouris
Martin Dougiamas created Moodle

30:52 to:
self conscience

30:52 to: Peggy George
Tammy is modeling for us what she does with her online students :-)

31:23 to: Kim Caise
there will be a session in augusti on moodle through TCEA and martin dougiamas is going to be speaking

31:37 to: Kareen K
I love she is using the whiteboard

31:41 to: Dwight Farris

32:11 to: Dwight Farris
email me at if you like to access my course

32:14 to: matt montagne
I struggle with how to archive moodle, what to do with the course at the end of the year?? do you purge it, archive and hide it, copy it and start a new fresh course, etc, etc...this all

32:14 to: matt montagne
requires too much admin involvement

32:29 to: DimitrisTzouris
July probably...

32:36 to: John Peters
Wikispaces, Yea!

32:46 to: Aram Kabodian
I agree, Kareen --- the whiteboard adds a more visual, interactive nature to the discussion

32:47 to: Peggy George
@Sheri-can we access any of those Teachers College courses as a guest? would love to explore some of them

32:54 to: manaliss
Matt Q use it as a basic form to update everyyear

33:04 to: Lorna Costantini
@Matt join the moodle mayhem group - solutions already discussed

33:05 to: David - Ed Tech Workshops
All of your Moodle courses (resources and content) can be archived on your local computer.

33:27 to: Dwight Farris
good suggestion Dave

33:30 to: Sheri Edwards
Moodle Users Wa State:

33:37 to: John Peters
@Peggy, I've been asked to review one such Teacher course from Texas A&M but they are VERY propietary

34:20 to: DimitrisTzouris
You can try Moodle 2.0 preview here :

34:23 to: Jill
great idea to embed voicethread in moodle--I need to try it!

34:45 to: jackiegerstein

34:50 to: Dwight Farris
also, Flash works very well with Moodle

34:50 to: DimitrisTzouris
For embeddind voice,you can try the NanoGong plug in

34:52 to: matt montagne
I LOVE the live and go-at-it-alone options...great instructional design

35:14 to: Peggy George
thanks for sharing your links here for Moodle courses! can't wait to explore them!

35:31 to: Jill
Thanks Tammy, Peggy, & Kim...have to go early, but I'll check the archives later. I appreciate this session so much. Moodle is awesome!

35:32 to: Dave 1
yes, I cant wait to work on some of this stuff this summer

35:42 to: Peggy George
thanks Jill! bye

35:46 to: Kim Caise
i created a math Moodle course and am in the process of conducting a formative review for my grad program

35:56 to: Lorna Costantini
@Dimitris - does Nanogong need to be selfhosted

36:02 to: Peggy George
yes I love that we can embed anything in Moodle!!

36:03 to: Dwight Farris
The Moodle model I designed also utilizes Adobe Captivate or 'Captivoodle'

36:19 to: Rod
Matt, your end of term archive strategy would depend on your needs. If you need to store student data, you have no choice but to backup every course and either store the backup files on your Moodle se

36:19 to: Rod
rver, a different server or locally. They are like any backup files. You would need to also store a copy of those files in a safe location. If you don't need student data, you can simply RESET the cou

36:19 to: Rod
rse and use it again.

36:30 to: matt montagne
I'm guessing home schoolers don't ask for a bunch of "homework" assignments for their children when they go vacation for a few weeks :)

36:30 to: DimitrisTzouris
Yes, it can be on the same server too

36:34 to: Peggy George
Tammy uses Voicethread very effectively in her Moodle courses as short introductory tutorials.

36:46 to: joel
@kim, is your math course something I could view?

36:57 to: matt montagne
@Rod, thanks much...very helpful.

36:58 to: Kim Caise
absolutely! it is part of the link

37:06 to: joel

37:16 to: Peggy George
Be sure to check out Tammy's Moodle 4 Teachers course. It is fantastic!

37:35 to: Kim Caise

37:40 to: Peggy George
Tammy's Elluminate Online class:

37:55 to: Sheri Edwards
Some moodle info -- some free some not at

37:56 to: Sheri Edwards

38:06 to: Peggy George (Moodle Meet Ning created by Laurie Korte)

38:06 to: Kim Caise
oh yes forgot about sqooltools

38:30 to: Peggy George (Miguel Guhlin: 4 workshops with many resources and examples for Moodle presented at SOSCON09)

38:38 to: Peggy George
that site has tons of resources for Moodle

38:43 to: Paula Naugle
@Kim I evaluated your course for you. It is great.

38:50 to: Aram Kabodian
thanks for the information; I'll check out the taped version later. Need to go.

38:59 to: Peggy George (Shamblesguru-AKA Chris Smith-tons of links for Moodle resources)

39:28 to: John Peters
@jackiegerstein Thanks for the Moodle Mayhem link

39:29 to: Peggy George
This was a great presentation: (Paula Clough: Creative Uses of Moodle Modules-presentation at MEC10)

39:52 to: jackiegerstein
Sure John

40:28 to: jeffmason

40:31 to: Sheri Edwards
Can you try shambles link again? it doesn't seem to work. thanks.

40:39 to: Kareen K
Will all these links be at your link?

40:52 to: Kim Caise

40:54 to: Lorna Costantini
I love the connection and inclusion of parents

41:08 to: Peggy George
Moodleman has a great blog post explaining how to give parents access in Moodle: (Moodleman blog post: Allowing Parent Access in Moodle)

41:23 to: matt montagne
boy, this concept scares most classroom teachers...

41:30 to: Lorna Costantini
knowing how their children are doing is a good conversation starter

41:44 to: matt montagne
most classroom teachers would feel like such a method encourages "hovercraft" parenting...

41:51 to: Kim Caise

42:02 to: Peggy George
wonder if the Shambles site might be down right now-that link was working last night

42:16 to: matt montagne
I do agree with Tammy...parents should have access

42:26 to: jackiegerstein
I agree too matt

42:29 to: Lorna Costantini
if parents get education on how to interpret and use the data it can change the culture of hovering

42:45 to: Sheri Edwards

42:54 to: Lorna Costantini
It is not just about what grage the student received

43:00 to: jackiegerstein
Parent involvement also assist in them developing a new perspective about education - constructivist - student-centric

43:14 to: Peggy George
these are such important points!!

43:25 to: Lorna Costantini
I love discussion starter !!

43:27 to: matt montagne
agreed, Lorna. Such access can improve home conversations b/t teachers and students...eliminates the need for the "What did you do in school today" question

43:38 to: Lorna Costantini
@Matt exactly

43:41 to: matt montagne
great point, Jackie...

43:43 to: Kareen K
I think what is scary is parents disrupting not observing then discussing later

44:00 to: Kim Caise
i used to cue students that you can tell your parents you learned/did this in school today

44:01 to: John Peters
@Kim Caise I'm looking at your Moodle site. It looks very interesting!

44:09 to: Ann Black
Parent involvement is important. We use an electronic gradebook that allows parents to monitor, then they have to contact the teacher for specifics. This would eliminate that last step in most cases.

44:10 to: Kim Caise
thank you John!

44:28 to: Kim Caise
i still need reviewers so if anyone is interested please email me at

44:47 to: Peggy George
I liked this Moodle site for younger kids: (Science course-Snails Grade 1 created by Wade Gemmell)

45:05 to: John Peters
@Kim I'm going to explore the Moodle Training and Begining Web 2.0 when the show is over

45:06 to: matt montagne
There are teachers that would really dig their heels in on this issue...they feel kids need to be "independent" in their own learning and that parents would interfere by gaining access to their child'

45:06 to: matt montagne
s grades...

45:13 to: Kareen K
This is an excellent opportunity to have a standards based program.

45:17 to: Sheri Edwards
Shambles link is working now :)

45:20 to: Paula Naugle
Do you ever have an expert on a topic join your class?

45:35 to: Peggy George
show us some games you use Tammy :-)

45:40 to: Charlie
how much is private eluminate?

45:51 to: Lorna Costantini
can we use teacher and parent education together

46:03 to: Kim Caise
about $50 a month or you can see about a community partnership with elluminate

46:25 to: Kim Caise
if your sessions are open to anyone you can use an Elluminate room for free through learncentral

46:30 to: Peggy George
these are such creative whiteboards and you can save and reuse them or modify them

46:44 to: Sal
where did you get the game?

46:49 to: Kim Caise
tammy has tons of wonderful whiteboard resources shared in learncentral

46:49 to: Peggy George
she created it

46:53 to: manaliss
How obout using DIMDIM

46:55 to: jackiegerstein
Tammy rocks the creative use of these tools

46:57 to: Sal

47:02 to: Kim Caise
that you can use in elluminate, any whiteboard or online platform

47:10 to: Peggy George
Tammy shares many of her teaching resources in LearnCentral--follow her there :-)

47:18 to: Sal

47:30 to: Peggy George (Tammy Moore's LearnCentral profile page-with useful files in the portfolio tab)

47:47 to: jackiegerstein
I want to come to game day!

47:51 to: Peggy George
I love this game!! we can use it with adults too

47:56 to: Kareen K
This presentation is empowing me to have an on-line tutoring/enrichment program for this summer.

48:07 to: Peggy George
fantastic Kareen!

48:08 to: Kim Caise
i agree @jackie! doesn't it sound like a blast?!?!?

48:26 to: jackiegerstein
way cool

48:51 to: Kareen K
Does learncentral allow recording?

48:51 to: jackiegerstein
Tammy REALLY needs to write a book about this

48:56 to: Kim Caise
so true

48:59 to: Peggy George
some great whiteboard resources here including some from Tammy! (Elluminate Whiteboard Warehouse: Need a Whiteboard? Take one, or deposit

48:59 to: Peggy George
one...chances are someone else may need yours!)

48:59 to: matt montagne
wow, really cool instructional design strategies

49:09 to: matt montagne
how do you make chat groups in elluminiate??

49:11 to: Peggy George
isn't that motivating??

49:19 to:

49:24 to: josesbc
Kim - I sent you an email about evaluating.

49:29 to: Peggy George
it's almost automatic Matt! Maybe Tammy can demonstrate it with app sharing

49:31 to: jeffmason

49:36 to: Kim Caise
how could you not have fun learning with these types of activities?

49:51 to: Kim Caise
thank you so much @josebc! i really appreciate it :)

49:51 to: Dwight Farris

49:54 to: Peggy George
fabulous vocabulary!!

50:02 to:
it's really great

50:14 to: Kim Caise
i have learned so much science content just from hearing Tammy present

50:43 to: Lorna Costantini
remember today's session is recorded and posted in the archives.

50:47 to: jackiegerstein
What is the function of the parietal lobe ;)

50:51 to: Kim Caise

51:10 to: Lorna Costantini
Tammy' sessions are recorded on Learn Central

51:20 to: Peggy George
it's just a name for the level of questions--I understand the Jeopardy levels better :-)

51:37 to: Peggy George
doesn't that sound like fun??!!

51:48 to: Dwight Farris

51:50 to:

51:55 to: jackiegerstein
I would actually use this to teach about the brain - which I do in my psychology of learning course

52:02 to: TonyT
I can see why they would love such activities - terrific work!

52:15 to: Charlie
games are so engaging!

52:15 to: Kim Caise
i was not above bribing students to learn :)

52:17 to: Dave 1
this is such cool stuff!

52:32 to:

52:46 to: Kareen K
This is sooooo totally the way education can be engaging!!!

52:51 to: Kim Caise
so true karen

52:59 to: Peggy George
Tammy has some recorded sessions on LearnCentral where she demonstrates how to create these whiteboards. They are fantastic!

53:45 to: jackiegerstein
Kim - why don't you put your email in the chat so those of us who want to review your course can send you an email?

53:49 to: Charlie
how many groups can be set up?

53:57 to: Ann Black
using these object for scoring gets students out of the mode that everything is for "points" or a grade. focuses more on learning than the reward in a subliminal way

53:58 to: josesbc
Kim- ure welcome

54:09 to:
where did she get this from?

54:28 to: Kim Caise
sure, i can post it again!

54:28 to: Lorna Costantini
@NAncy - Tammy creations

54:30 to: Kareen K
@Ann Black absolutely!

54:49 to: Peggy George
love that model because you could even attend a session more than once if you were having trouble understanding something

55:03 to: Dave 1
is there a direct link to tammy's resources?

55:04 to: Ariel Pena
I want to know how to create this interactions too

55:11 to:
me too!

55:14 to:
do we find all this at the learn central??

55:17 to: Ariel Pena

55:20 to: Kim Caise
the breakout room feature in elluminate is fantastic for having kids work on different things collaborating together at one time

55:20 to: Charlie
how do you seperate groups to see only thier groups discussion?

55:23 to:
yes me too

55:33 to:
i want to knoe that

55:37 to:

55:40 to: Lorna Costantini

55:46 to: Kim Caise
yes, you can find this and more at learncentral @carocarpintero

55:55 to: Kim Caise

56:07 to: Kim Caise
there are groups for interactive whiteboard (IWB) groups

56:12 to: Dave 1
awesome, thanks!

56:13 to: Kim Caise
and tons of resources shared there

56:17 to: Peggy George
if there's time at the end (after the official show ends) maybe Tammy will do a demo with appication sharing about how to create the groups

56:43 to: Kim T AZ
gotta go...thanks for all the great info

56:44 to:
greta thank you very much

56:50 to: Peggy George
students can definitely take charge of their own learning with the approach!!

56:52 to:

56:56 to: Kim Caise
elluminate allows you to create breakout rooms and send equal numbers of participants all at one time

56:59 to: jackiegerstein
Kids love taking quizzes - when they know they aren't part of a grade

57:04 to: Sheri Edwards
mobile moodle project:

57:22 to: Peggy George
brilliant concept!! come prepared to learn :-)

57:32 to: josesbc
where can I LEARN how to use MODDLE?

57:44 to: Peggy George
we have many tutorials in our links today :-)

57:45 to: Kareen K
Yes, Peggy that is what really separates this kind of education from public classrooms.

57:50 to: Terry Friedlander
This is so contemporary and so many of the teachers I engage with on an even simplier site like PicLits ..... freak out, give you that over-whelmed look, and seem to be on an island in their room pad

57:50 to: Terry Friedlander
dling up-stream. SAD !!! Administrators are invisible around here. Great stuff and I now get ... why 'homeschooling'.

57:56 to: Kim Caise
we have several resources in the link

58:07 to: Kim Caise

58:11 to: DimitrisTzouris
There is a new free iPhone app for moodle as well called mPage

58:15 to: Peggy George
@josesbc-you can also go through Tammy's Moodle 4 Teachers course--it's excellent!

58:15 to: Kareen K
Wow, she has the answers to all the problems in education!

58:19 to: Rod

58:19 to: DimitrisTzouris
connects to your moodle server

58:23 to: Kim Caise
youtube has tons of great moodle tutorials

58:33 to: Peggy George
Moodle for Teachers is at

58:43 to: jeffmason
saw your post about this at learncentral

58:47 to: Sandy
Thanks! leaving...

58:55 to: Peggy George
I installed that iphone moodle app and it's great!

59:07 to: DimitrisTzouris

59:10 to: Peggy George
the app is pretty basic but definitely simulates the Moodle environment

59:18 to: Dave 1

59:19 to: DimitrisTzouris

59:23 to: Dave 1
really easy

59:31 to: Sheri Edwards
Thanks, rod for the iphone link

59:36 to: Kim Caise
creative labs is the learncentral group for interactive online resources

59:42 to: jeffmason
after yourpost the other day I worked on this in Comic life

59:48 to: Peggy George
love the links that you are all sharing!! what a fabulous PLN!!!

59:49 to: Dave 1
or you can use GIMP for those pics

59:54 to: jackiegerstein
2 minute moodle tutorials

1:00:00 to: Rod
Just point your iPhone browser to and you don't need to download an APP

1:00:01 to: Peggy George
we can officially close and Tammy continue!!

1:00:02 to: Newman5@twitter
how did they create the branching stories?

1:00:14 to: Peggy George
Kim :-)

1:00:23 to: TonyT

1:00:23 to: Kareen K
I have time.

1:00:26 to: Newman5@twitter

1:00:30 to: Newman5@twitter

1:00:31 to:

1:00:33 to: Dwight Farris
THANKS Tammy!!!!

1:00:39 to: Dave 1
thanks for all the links guys

1:00:42 to: Peggy George
now you know why we think Tammy is such an incredible educator!!!!!

1:00:42 to: Kareen K
Supreme, thank you.

1:00:43 to: Sheri Edwards
Tammy IS amazing!

1:00:55 to: DimitrisTzouris
Thank you, Tammy

1:00:57 to: Ann Black
Great ideas, thank you!

1:00:59 to: Paula Naugle
My head is spinning. Really want to set up a Moodle class.

1:01:04 to: Charlie

1:01:08 to: josesbc
Thanks all

1:01:08 to: Dave 1
me too

1:01:09 to: Jackie
Thank you very much!

1:01:11 to:
Great ideas Tammy!!! Thank you SOOOOOO much!!! it's been a pleasure!!!

1:01:11 to: Holly
Thanks. This was great!

1:01:12 to: jackiegerstein
Problem with the applause symblol is that if your name is too far below the window, it can't be seen :)

1:01:13 to: Peggy George
Scott is going to be an outstanding guest! He's doing a similar presentation at ISTE 2010 this summer

1:01:18 to: manaliss
Thank you

1:01:31 to: Lorna Costantini
Check out the recording if you have to leave.

1:01:44 to:
thank you very much!!!!

1:01:46 to: Peggy George
you can always send an email if you don't get the survey to pop up if you want a certificate

1:02:03 to: Sheri Edwards
teacher quickguide

1:02:06 to: Peggy George
we have to wait to send out the certificates until we receive the survey responses

1:02:10 to:
ok thanl you

1:02:30 to: Dave 1
is there an archive of these links anywhere?

1:02:34 to: Dave 1
there are so many

1:02:37 to: Peggy George
you can get both audio and video versions and the chat log through iTunesU :-)

1:02:46 to: jackiegerstein

1:02:47 to:
sorry, missed the part of the certificate, how can we get it?

1:02:50 to: DimitrisTzouris
iTunesU has a subset, I think

1:02:52 to: Sheri Edwards
video on moodle

1:02:53 to: josesbc
what is that tinyurl link again?

1:02:58 to: DimitrisTzouris
go to the website for the fullarchive

1:02:59 to:
yes me too

1:03:08 to: Dave 1

1:03:12 to:
can you repeat the part of the certificates please

1:03:23 to: DimitrisTzouris
Is there a way to integrate Elluminate in Moodle ?

1:03:33 to: Peggy George
all of our shows are archived with the links here:

1:03:37 to: DimitrisTzouris
embed it somehow?

1:03:56 to: Peggy George
yes there is a way to integrate Elluminate in Moodle if you pay for an Elluminate license :-)

1:04:00 to: Lorna Costantini

1:04:01 to: josesbc
What is the most respected course for instructional design using web technology - would really appreciate it

1:04:26 to: josesbc
any info on this

1:04:38 to: DimitrisTzouris

1:04:55 to: Kim Caise

1:05:02 to: Peggy George
Tammy could you do a quick demo of how to manage groups in elluminate?

1:05:05 to:

1:05:12 to: Kareen K
@josesbc I see Full Sail University mentioned a lot.

1:05:18 to:

1:05:27 to: Newman5@twitter
@Jonesbc - many many resources. I have an instructional design degree from UNC - Wilmington

1:05:59 to:

1:06:10 to: Newman5@twitter
ECU has a good fully online ISD degree

1:06:15 to: Newman5@twitter

1:06:26 to: Peggy George
there is a weekly webcast on EdTechTalk that is all about instruction design for online courses--it's excellent!

1:06:37 to: Newman5@twitter
Check out Lloyd Rieber from UGA

1:06:45 to: Peggy George
the EdTechTalk show is every Friday

1:06:48 to: Newman5@twitter
He has a certificate course

1:07:14 to: Newman5@twitter
I found the link to the comic branching story -

1:07:38 to: Newman5@twitter
hehe - they are alittle behind the times

1:08:07 to: Peggy George
you can see all of the instructional design webcasts in their archives--many of them were actually done in Elluminate.

1:08:09 to: josesbc
i will check out full sail

1:08:11 to: Ann Black
Are you going to get to the Chem/Bio applications, or not? I am deciding if I should leave.

1:08:20 to: josesbc
and the other recoomendations provided

1:08:23 to: DimitrisTzouris
Twitter accounts anyone? Mine: @dimitristzouris

1:08:26 to: Newman5@twitter
Wait! THis is FREE and AWESOME

1:08:34 to: John Peters
Thanks for the iTunes U link I'm downloading 17 episodes now. I know what I'm doing on the drive to ISTE!

1:08:40 to: Kareen K
Full Sail offers scholarships I believe

1:08:48 to: manaliss
Chemistry at last!!!

1:08:50 to: josesbc
will defn check it out

1:08:52 to: jackiegerstein
LOL John

1:08:54 to: Kim Caise
yikes you are driving to iste?

1:09:08 to: Peggy George
fantastic John :-)

1:09:17 to: Kim Caise
i was checking and it is only $320 from san antonio to denver

1:09:27 to: John Peters
I teach Health Science & Medical Terminology. What about high school level medical labs?

1:09:36 to: jackiegerstein
Anyone get the link for the branching stories

1:09:40 to: Peggy George
isn't this amazing!! the chem mysteries!

1:09:58 to: Peggy George

1:09:58 to: Sheri Edwards
instruction iste resources

1:10:03 to: Kareen K
Will all the links be on the link?

1:10:05 to: jackiegerstein
thx peggy

1:10:22 to: John Peters
@Kim yes I'm driving, Its only 7-8 hours from Amarillo, TX. its just a nice drive

1:10:23 to: Peggy George
yes all of the links we had prepared before the show will be in the links

1:10:24 to: Kim Caise
tammy's resources for chemistry and higher level science courses are geared towards high school

1:10:44 to: Peggy George
be sure to explore Tammy's resources on LearnCentral because she has many of these templates available there

1:11:06 to: jackiegerstein
Yikes for branching stories - "A scenario of this length and complexity takes me about 20-40 hours to plot and write. "

1:11:20 to:
ok thank you very much

1:11:27 to: Peggy George
wouldn't you just love to learn chemistry this way??

1:11:38 to: Kareen K

1:12:01 to:
yes definitely true

1:12:01 to: Eileen K

1:12:03 to: Newman5@twitter
@jackie - that prolly doesn't include the programing and graphics

1:12:21 to: Peggy George
this is a perfect example of how interactive Elluminate can be--lots different than a ppt presentation :-)

1:12:35 to: Dave 1
wow, can i take one of your science classes?

1:12:46 to: Peggy George
I was thinking the same thing Dave 1!!

1:12:52 to: jeffmason
@jackie I used ComicLife to create the graphics

1:12:52 to: Peggy George
but I don't think I could pass it!

1:13:03 to: jackiegerstein
Comiclife is a great tool

1:13:05 to: Kareen K
hurray for moving on from power point.

1:13:06 to: Sal
I don't think everyone would have the ability or time to do such high tech interactives

1:13:08 to: Dave 1
I love this stuff... it is so interesting and you can do it at home too.

1:13:11 to:
neither could I!!

1:13:13 to: DimitrisTzouris
For in-class use, for 1:1 environment, you can use Classroom presenter or ubiquitous presenter

1:13:27 to: DimitrisTzouris
for presentations that students can also access

1:13:31 to: jackiegerstein
@Sal - but once you create it, you have it for future classes

1:13:45 to: Sal
I don't think I could create it

1:13:47 to: Peggy George
that's so true Jackie

1:13:52 to:
that's it

1:13:53 to:
is she sharing her computer at the moment or she uploaded it beforehand?

1:13:57 to: Kareen K
I love the project-based element of these lessons.

1:13:58 to: Sal
and how long for one lesson

1:13:59 to: Peggy George
@Sal--that's why people like Tammy share their resources

1:14:03 to:
you have it there ready to use

1:14:17 to: Sal
so we can use these materials

1:14:31 to: Peggy George (Elluminate Whiteboard Warehouse: Need a Whiteboard? Take one, or deposit one...chances are someone else may need yours!)

1:14:31 to: Dave 1
anything hands on is best for student learning - they take ownership in their work

1:14:34 to: John Peters
My wife will be teaching High School Forensic Science next year. She's going to love this resource!

1:14:46 to: Peggy George
perfect for forensics!

1:15:20 to: Peggy George
yes Sal

1:15:30 to: Sal
too bad I don't teach science

1:15:32 to: Sheri Edwards
Such wonderful ideas here. Thanks

1:15:46 to: Kim Caise
absolutely and at the link peggy just posted there are tons more great science and all content areas

1:15:51 to: Sal
where can I find Social Studies interactives

1:15:52 to: kesha
Wow! My daughter would love this!

1:15:53 to: Peggy George
these are slides she is showing us but she has created these resources for Elluminate as whiteboards

1:16:00 to: jackiegerstein
Seems like folks in our networks love to share. Here are some Moodle courses I developed as examples (login as guest) Envisioning a More Perfect Future

1:16:00 to: jackiegerstein
and Underground Railroad

1:16:13 to: Peggy George
thank you Jackie!!!

1:16:24 to: DimitrisTzouris
Thank everyone, thank you Tammy! This was really fantastic!

1:16:24 to: jackiegerstein
;) Peggy

1:16:38 to: DimitrisTzouris

1:16:59 to: virginia alberti
great Tammy

1:17:04 to: Evi
thank you for all your information...was great to watch and listen...goodbye to all

1:17:09 to: Peggy George
it's part of her whiteboard demo in a recorded session

1:17:27 to: Peggy George
there we go!

1:17:45 to: Peggy George
Tammy is so proficient with this!! She is my Elluminate hero!!

1:17:58 to:
thank you very much it was a great experience with plenty of useful info

1:18:13 to: Kim Caise
i learn so much from here every time i hear her present in elluminate

1:18:40 to: Peggy George
oh boy!! we get to play!!

1:19:02 to: jackiegerstein
What did you use to make this, Tammy?

1:19:11 to: Peggy George
that is so much fun!!

1:19:38 to: Newman5@twitter
Wow! This Whiteboard is great. Is it new?

1:20:02 to:
poor mouse!

1:20:02 to: Peggy George
laughing out loud!!!!

1:20:16 to: jackiegerstein
Now I am not so hungry for lunch

1:20:18 to: Dave 1
so cool

1:20:20 to: Peggy George
you may be able to see the slides when you view the recording--could be bandwidth

1:20:23 to:

1:20:44 to: jackiegerstein
What tool did you use to create this, Tammy?

1:20:55 to: Ann Black
thank you. We have a Chemistry teacher who will benefit greatly from this. I will have to catch the end throguh the archive.

1:21:17 to:
jajjaajja they are so ugly

1:21:34 to: Peggy George
I get so charged up every time I hear Tammy present!!

1:22:02 to: jackiegerstein
LOL - fashion design

1:22:09 to: Paula Naugle
Me too, Peggy.

1:22:29 to:

1:22:37 to:

1:22:42 to:
do kids find elluminate easy to use?

1:22:52 to: Kareen K
I am so thankful for this presentation!

1:22:54 to:
that's the question

1:23:02 to: John Lawrence
Perhaps a way to interest the girls Ideas for boys?

1:23:03 to: Kim Caise
most definitely nancy. often more so than adults

1:23:26 to: Peggy George
You are all welcome to join the free Moodle Meet that Kim, Lorna and I just completed on Connected Leadership. Not only fantastic resources and forum discussions but an example of an online moodle cou

1:23:26 to: Peggy George
rse :-)

1:24:01 to: Peggy George
Tammy's creative whiteboard labs are fantastic and you can really learn how to create these!

1:24:06 to: jackiegerstein
Yeah - I will be there!

1:24:15 to: John Peters
@Kim Caisse http://tinyurl.com2ascwkx I'm working on a Teacher Moodle Training course right now!

1:24:16 to:
I mean, do they get how to use elluminate easily? not the interaction but the keys they have to press and all that...

1:24:19 to: Newman5@twitter
Tammy - You obviously understand what works in the virtual classroom. Thanks for everything and sharing

1:24:29 to: jackiegerstein
Bad link John

1:24:49 to: Kim Caise has great resources and courses you can download and install @john peters

1:24:53 to: william Vegazo Muro
bad link

1:25:01 to: Peggy George
try a slash after com

1:25:30 to: jackiegerstein
I have no use for pure lecture - mini-talks (e.g. TED talks), but not sit and listion for lengths of time - never have

1:25:44 to: John Peters
@Peggy the ceubc link does not allow guests

1:25:46 to: Peggy George

1:26:04 to:
thank you! clear now!

1:26:04 to: Peggy George
you just sign in John and have access to everything

1:26:12 to: jackiegerstein
You do an it rocks

1:26:14 to: jackiegerstein

1:26:17 to: Peggy George
they just didn't want anonymous people using the course

1:26:37 to: KathleenJ
oh sorry I am replying way late

1:26:39 to: Kim Caise
everyone can click on the slides and work through them

1:26:46 to: Randi Crumrine
Tammy, you are a fantastic teacher!

1:27:14 to: jackiegerstein
Good idea - students as producers - as it should be given all the tools available

1:27:15 to: Kim Caise
there are arrows at the top left to move through the slides

1:27:20 to: John Peters
@Kim Casie I've done some research at Moodle Commons. It's a good site

1:27:21 to: Newman5@twitter
Students creating their own resources!!!

1:27:26 to: Newman5@twitter

1:27:47 to: Peggy George
that is so much fun to interact with!

1:28:02 to: Kim Caise
lorna is a moodle guru too!

1:28:21 to: jeffmason
would love to stay. honey-do list isn't getting any shorter. Thanks to all.

1:28:31 to: Peggy George
thanks for coming jeffmason!

1:28:53 to: Peggy George
we have some very creative people in this room!! love what you're doing with the whiteboard

1:29:02 to: Peggy George
how to create groups

1:29:14 to: Dave 1
cost of elluminate?

1:29:15 to: virginia alberti
Tammy you are a great!

1:29:21 to: anachorete
(& we are still discussing whether kids'd have contact with computers #???)

1:30:15 to: Peggy George
what a cute photo

1:30:18 to: Kim Caise
depends on the number of seats you are interested in dave

1:31:05 to: Kim Caise
if your sessions are free and open to the public you can use a full featured Elluminate room through learncentral

1:31:06 to: Peggy George
Tammy can you demonstrate how you create separate rooms for groups in Elluminate?

1:31:09 to: jackiegerstein
That is way cool!

1:31:17 to: Dave 1
oh ok

1:31:21 to: Kim Caise
how exciting!

1:32:07 to: Kim Caise
i am talking with fablevision to connect with peter reynolds to host a session once a month through learncentral

1:32:29 to: John Peters
Sorry folks but I have to go. Great session

1:32:34 to: Kim Caise
take care john!

1:32:38 to: Peggy George
thanks for joining us John!

1:32:50 to: Paula Naugle
Tammy in New Orleans we call them crawfish and we eat them. I can probably hook you up with a crayfish expert.

1:33:01 to: Peggy George
if you go to Tammy's creative white board sessions you'll find people to help you too

1:33:06 to: christine Wynne
I feel totally overloaded and overwhelmed- too much drinking through firehose. can't imagine creating these complex illustrated whiteboards.

1:33:25 to:
how do you create the different groups?

1:33:27 to:
gret presentation

1:33:38 to: Eileen K
Have you used Google Earth in your courses?

1:33:41 to: Paula Naugle
I didn't think so, but I love crawfish.

1:33:51 to: Peggy George (Tammy Moore's LearnCentral profile page-with useful files in the portfolio tab)

1:34:08 to: Peggy George
you'll find some great recordings by Tammy on that link-click on resources in portfolio

1:34:30 to: Peggy George
elluminate makes it so easy to quickly create groups

1:34:34 to: jackiegerstein
Bye All - thanks, Tammy, Peggy, and Kim

1:34:44 to: Peggy George
bye Jackie

1:34:47 to: Kim Caise
thanks jackie

1:34:53 to: Paula Naugle
Bye Jackie

1:35:44 to: Newman5@twitter
looks like this:

1:35:59 to: Sal
Do you create interactives in or

1:36:02 to: Peggy George
I'm not on the list :-(

1:36:16 to: manaliss
I would like to send you my links but they are all greek to you - literally

1:36:22 to: Peggy George
now that's scarey!!

1:36:23 to:
I am not in the list

1:36:26 to: Randi Crumrine

1:36:47 to: Sal
Hi team

1:36:49 to: william Vegazo Muro

1:36:53 to: Lori

1:37:10 to: Peggy George
Hi group

1:37:13 to:

1:37:25 to:

1:37:31 to: manaliss
I am using MOODLE and i would gladly share experiences.

1:37:44 to: Randi Crumrine
Did I do it?

1:38:11 to: Peggy George
it is the command key on a Mac

1:38:14 to: Randi Crumrine
II did it!

1:38:20 to: Peggy George
yeah Randi!

1:38:26 to: Randi Crumrine
Got it . I was just checking

1:38:38 to: christine Wynne
did it work?

1:39:15 to: Kim Caise
we participated and presented in a virtual conference that used Moodle for registration and connections

1:39:19 to: Peggy George
you can also copy whiteboards from groups back to the main group so everyone can see what they did

1:39:23 to: Sal
This was great but have to go

1:39:24 to: Kim Caise
through region XI in texas

1:39:26 to: Sal

1:39:30 to: Kim Caise
bye sal!

1:39:34 to: Peggy George
bye Sal

1:39:55 to: manaliss
goodbye everyone

1:40:01 to: manaliss
Thank you

1:40:04 to: Peggy George
that's a good tip

1:40:21 to: Peggy George
just choose the team leader if you can't do it and she'll keep you connected with the group

1:40:55 to: Peggy George
Paula are you holding down the command key when you select the names?

1:41:03 to: Paula Naugle
Thanks Tammy, Peggy, Kim, and Lorna. Got to go. Thanks for all the info.

1:41:09 to: Dave 1
this was great for my first classroom 2.0 live presentation. I will go through the links provided before. Hope to explore Moodle this summer. Thanks for everything. Until next time...

1:41:20 to: Peggy George
So glad all of you could join us!!

1:41:27 to: Peggy George
Tammy you are incredible!!!!!

1:41:32 to: dreamarks
thank you!!!

1:41:39 to: Peggy George
full brain but very happy!! :-)

1:41:42 to: Dave 1
Thank you Tammy!

1:41:45 to: Peggy George
thank you so much Tammy!

1:41:45 to: Newman5@twitter
this has been fantastic

1:41:58 to: Peggy George
and you can follow Tammy in LearnCentral or Twitter

1:42:05 to: Newman5@twitter
take care you all.

1:42:13 to: Kim Caise

1:42:15 to: Peggy George (Tammy Moore on Twitter)

1:42:25 to: dreamarks
where can we find the recorded version of today's presentation?

1:42:33 to: Tammy Moore

1:42:37 to: Kim Caise

1:42:40 to: Peggy George
it will be posted in our show archives as soon as it is available

1:42:42 to: Eileen K
Thanks so much Tammy!

1:42:46 to: dreamarks

1:42:47 to:
thank you very much !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are great Tammy!!!! really nice experience

1:42:48 to:
It's been a great expirience!!! thanks very much!!!!!

1:42:51 to: Peggy George

1:43:07 to: CristinaLemos
Thanks Tammy

1:43:19 to:
thank you, thank you!!!!

1:43:25 to: Peggy George
remember no show next Saturday due to Memorial Day holiday in the US

1:43:34 to: Peggy George
see you in 2 weeks on June 5

1:43:37 to: CristinaLemos

1:43:39 to: joel
Thanks for a great presentation

1:43:41 to: Peggy George
have a fantastic weekend!

1:43:51 to:
great weekend for you too , thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!

1:43:57 to: Peggy George
June :-)

1:44:06 to:
have a wonderful time! see you!!!!

1:44:09 to: william Vegazo Muro
reggards from Lima Perú

1:44:09 to: Tammy Moore
Bye :)

1:44:11 to: Peggy George
thank you so much for joining us!!

1:44:13 to: anachorete

1:44:16 to:
thank YOU!!!! bye bye

1:44:16 to: joel

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