Classroom 2.0 LIVE Webinar Chat: Technology and Music Education-Kyle Pace 3/6/13

00:09 to: Peggy George
here we go!! Thank you all for joining us!!!

00:12 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good Morning, Kyle!!

00:29 to: Telannia
Good morning everyone!

00:35 to: Kyle Pace
That is correct! Nice job!

00:39 to: Peggy George
Really excited to have Kyle here to share with us about music AND technology :-)

00:42 to: Telannia
or Afternoon if you are in the east.

00:43 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Kyle and Karen. Glad to be in the room with you.

00:49 to: Kyle Pace
Hi Paula!

01:00 to: Peggy George
our Livebinder is here:

01:02 to: Annette Whitby
Love those Livebinders!

01:21 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Jerry. :)

01:27 to: Peggy George
I'll add any links you share in the chat to the Livebinder after the show :-) Love to have your share your favorite resources!

01:32 to: Telannia
Thanks for complete resoruces!

01:38 to: Kyle Pace
Please share lots!

01:49 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Good evening, Shambles. Nice to see you here. :)

02:23 to: Lorie Moffat
central PA

02:32 to: Annette Whitby

02:34 to: Peggy George
A beautiful day in Phoenix AZ. Going to be 91 degreesF :-)

02:44 to: Angie B.
North Mississippi

02:48 to: Peggy George
Great to have you with us!

02:53 to: Susie @shighley
We're just happy to finally be done with snow!

03:11 to: blairteach
Hello from Atlanta.

03:12 to: Peggy George
I'm saying yes because I would if I had a classroom!

03:18 to: Kyle Pace
Hello Nancy!

03:26 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
Hiya #liveclass20 gang

03:30 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
What is music? :)

03:30 to: Peggy George
I discovered years ago that I could play most kids songs with 3 chords on my guitar :-)

03:39 to: Lorie Moffat
I clicked on it.

03:42 to: Peggy George
funny Paula!

03:52 to: Maureen @bcdtech
91 Peggy! it's 28 here :-(

04:06 to: Angie B.
My non-speaking son started singing before he used sentences.

04:13 to: Peggy George
many schools have lost their music specialists due to budget cuts so regular classroom teachers need to teach/integrate music!

04:26 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I use lots of tech but not for music.

04:30 to: Peggy George
love that story @Angie!

04:37 to: Peggy George
Hi Maureen! Great to see you!

04:48 to: Peggy George
welcome nikki!!! so glad to have you with us!

04:51 to: Susie @shighley
Unfortunately, the only thing that's saved music in some cases is that it's prep time for classroom teachers

05:11 to: Kim Caise
ron clark and kim bearbden from the ron clark academy write songs to suppor their content

05:13 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Maureen. :)

05:14 to: Peggy George
I like that word!! Savvy :-)

05:25 to: Kyle Pace

05:34 to: Maureen @bcdtech
Hi Paula, Hi Peggy

05:34 to: Peggy George
woo hoo!!!! awesome group!!!

05:37 to: Peggy George

05:39 to: Telannia

05:44 to: Kim Caise
aww, thanks you guys!

05:44 to: Annette Whitby

05:45 to: Peggy George
Happy birthday Kim!!!!

05:47 to: Doug henry
Do it!

05:52 to: Kyle Pace
Happy birthday KIM!

05:53 to: Peggy George
Let's sing along!!!! I'm singing!!!!!

05:55 to: Lorie Moffat

05:55 to: Angie B.
As schools become more specialized in teaching, music becomes a more valuable tool in the teacher toolbox.

06:09 to: Kim Caise
you guys are so thoughtful!

06:10 to: McTeach (Karen)
I'll do Kim a favor and NOT sing! :)

06:11 to: Doug henry
Happy B'day Kim!

06:14 to: Peggy George
it's all pink because that is Kim's favorite color!!! (in case you didn't know!)

06:14 to: Angie B.

06:14 to: Kim Caise

06:23 to: Betsye
Have a spectacular day!

06:25 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I'm too old to be a digital native, but I prefer the term digital pioneer to describe myself. (borrewed from Kathy Schrock). :)

06:29 to: Kim Caise
kyle can play the song on his tuba!

06:32 to: Peggy George
recorded for posterity :-) Have a fabulous birthday Kim!!!

06:33 to: Kim Caise

06:34 to: Kyle Pace

06:43 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Maybe Kyle will sing. :)

06:51 to: Peggy George
That's why I asked Kyle if he played an instrument Kim :-)

06:57 to: Kyle Pace
Maybe Paula will :)

07:12 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
... and his mom makes awesome cookies. :)

07:17 to: @cybraryman1 Jerry Blumengarten
For Kim:

07:18 to: Kim Caise
ahh, sneaky peggy!

07:32 to: Peggy George
I bought his book for my Kindle and it is awesome! Great for all educators!

07:36 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
No, definitely I will not be singing or the room would clear. :)

07:40 to: Peggy George (Kyle’ Blog)

07:40 to: @cybraryman1 Jerry Blumengarten
Kyle rocks & rolls!

07:43 to: Kim Caise
love the muppets @jerry!

07:45 to: McTeach (Karen)
Woo-hoo!! GTAWA!!!!

08:03 to: Kim Caise
what an honor!

08:07 to: Peggy George
so many awesome accomplishments at such a young age!!

08:12 to: Kim Caise

08:16 to: Peggy George (Website)

08:27 to: Peggy George (About Kyle Pace)

08:38 to: Kim Caise
of your fan club!

08:40 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Karen, you and Kyle were in the same class, right?

08:53 to: McTeach (Karen)

09:05 to: Peggy George
we have a fabulous group of regular participants in Classroom 2.0 LIVE. You exemplify what inspired, dedicated teachers are all about! Learning on a Saturday!!!

09:12 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I want to be a GCT one day!

09:29 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I'll keep submitting my app until they accept me!

09:34 to: Peggy George
you should be a GCT Paula!!!

09:43 to: McTeach (Karen)
@Paula They will!

09:43 to: Jpatten
Love that this works now on the iPad...just say'n

09:49 to: @cybraryman1 Jerry Blumengarten
Paula You are a star in everything you do! Hugs

09:52 to: Kim Caise
that 1 minute video is hard to do well

09:56 to: Peggy George
all students LOVE music so it's a natural for helping them find their passion!!!

10:00 to: Susie @shighley
Because the future of ed depends upon students being able to create. Music is one of the best creations!

10:11 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Thanks, Jerry. Hugging you back.:)

10:12 to: Peggy George
absolutely @Susie!!!

10:18 to: Peggy George
love this slide :-)

10:26 to: Kim Caise
i love kitties!

10:30 to: Peggy George
could be your Scratch cat @Lorie :-)

10:38 to: Lorie Moffat
maybe :)

10:48 to: Peggy George (Kyle’ music and technology book co-authored with Greg Foreman-Using standard technology teaching tools to

10:48 to: Peggy George
aid student learning and teach essential music skills)

10:52 to: Kim Caise
i have a widget to pet a cat on my blog

10:56 to: Peggy George
what fun!! a cat-herding video!

11:02 to: Kim Caise
it's really cute

11:16 to: Telannia
I love that video

11:18 to: Peggy George
cats are very clever like that!!!

11:27 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Sad that our students who have artist talents get so little time to explore them in many schools today.

12:11 to: Peggy George (Article: When You Begin to Add Technology into your Classroom)

12:15 to: Susie @shighley
Paula, they did away with art in all of our middle schools for several years. Just brought it back, but not all students have a chance to take it

12:42 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Susie, we don't have art or music in my elem school.

12:51 to: Susie @shighley
Oh my!

12:57 to: Peggy George
Kyle has lots of fantastic resources here: ISTE 2011 Panel Presentation: Music & Tech - Harmony in the Making

13:16 to: Peggy George

13:40 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Susie, I try to integrate the arts into my lesson plans whenever possible. I learn another side of many of my students through the arts.

13:43 to: Peggy George
there are so many different subject areas that can be addressed through music!

13:49 to: Susie @shighley
Teachers who feel they have limited musical talent can take advantage of many tools available to them

14:48 to: Telannia
Great video of music education in high school:

14:50 to: Susie @shighley
I still think of Gladwell's 10000 hours

15:01 to: Peggy George
thanks Telannia! I'll add that to our Livebinder :-)

15:22 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Just this week several of my students taught the rest of us a rock cycle song they learned in third grade.

15:31 to: Peggy George
In case you missed our Livebinder link:

16:24 to: Jpatten
There are an amazing number of music creation tools now available for iOS. Incredible tools being developed to introduce students to music creation, etc. (I.e. Figure, Nodebeat, etc etc)

16:29 to: Telannia
Thanks Peggy!

16:30 to: Peggy George
the NETS and Common Core Standards both require technology integration for more critical thinking/deeper thinking!

16:51 to: Peggy George
when you don't have a music teacher you still have to address the standards :-)

17:05 to: Peggy George
kids love to create and perform!!!

17:35 to: Kim Caise
many teachers take popular songs and change the words to support their teaching and content areas

17:38 to: Peggy George
you can avoid tons of copyright problems with your student videos and presentations if they use their own (original) music :-)

17:40 to: Chase March
I use SmartMusic and I love it!

17:57 to: Peggy George
SmartMusic sounds amazing!

18:11 to: Chase March
It's a subscription based service though

18:40 to: Chase March
I use Finale sometimes as well

18:42 to: Peggy George

19:28 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I wrote and had my students perform a rounding cadence for math class -

19:43 to: Peggy George
how cool Paula!!! :-)

19:47 to: Kim Caise
great model for sharing music scores with students

20:04 to: Kim Caise
great point about youtube videos

20:39 to: Susie @shighley
I've barely explored any of the online resources for music

20:55 to: Peggy George

21:41 to: Kim Caise
i heard they were suing teachers for using their music in videos, PPTs, etc.

21:42 to: McTeach (Karen) can put music in powerpoint??? :P

22:25 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Here are the words for the rounding cadence -

22:25 to: Peggy George
now YouTube just removes your video if it has copyrighted music on it!

22:39 to: Peggy George
thanks Paula!!! Will add that to our Livebinder!

22:47 to: Susie @shighley
I just read a book that kept mentioning some classical musical pieces. I looked them all up, and they were all on youtube with many people performing them--with lots of critiques by others in the com

22:47 to: Susie @shighley

22:48 to: Peggy George
hahaha @McTeach!!!

22:58 to: Jpatten
iOS apps give non music teachers opportunities to easily teach music concepts. Started site for helping address these concepts here

23:09 to: Peggy George
teach them how to add the music and animation and then teach them not to overdo it!!!

23:13 to: @cybraryman1 Jerry Blumengarten
Shoutout from Florida to Missouri

23:16 to: Kim Caise
used to love to watch schoolhouse rock clips on sat. mornings

23:20 to: Peggy George
thanks a lot @jpatten!

23:23 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
Hi. Sorry I am late. Greetings form Argentina.

23:27 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@McTeach when you first introduce adding music to PPTs the students go crazy with it.

23:31 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
Music area on the Shambles website

23:32 to: Peggy George
Welcome Stella! Great to see you!

23:44 to: Kim Caise
especially when they loop it @paula

23:49 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2

23:54 to: Peggy George
thanks Shamblesguru!!! I knew you would have some resources for us!

23:56 to: Maureen @bcdtech
I don't uise freeplaymusic with my kids because this is in their TOS FPM Uses Requiring A Signed Paid License:

(i) Any website including but not limited to personal websites and any website used

23:56 to: Maureen @bcdtech
to promote a business, product, service, organization or club;
(iii)Any videos including videos posted, viral or disseminated in any other fashion.

24:05 to: clinds
Only use student-generated music for background music now. If you have GarageBand on a computer, students can quickly make their own intro and outro music.

24:11 to: Peggy George
I can remember the 50 states just because I learned the song!!!!

24:27 to: Kim Caise
freeplaymusic started suing teachers and winning saying it wasn't under the fair use guidelines

24:40 to: Maureen @bcdtech
Yes Kim... I read that too

24:43 to: Peggy George
Welcome Jan! So glad you could join us!

24:45 to: Kim Caise
i remember most the one about the becoming a bill in congress

25:12 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes, @Kim. Between tie dye backgrounds, transitions, and music PPTs message gets buried under all of the effects they want to add. I set limits on presentation rubrics to help curb this.

25:18 to: Peggy George
National Association for Music Education:

25:20 to: Maureen @bcdtech
I make all my kids either make their music or use CC music

25:40 to: McTeach (Karen)
@Peggy One of my students asked me if I'll be playing the preposition song for them, and then she proceeded to sing the entire thing. She learned it in fifth grade and still remembers it!

25:44 to: Peggy George

25:52 to: Jan Wells 2
Good Morning all.

26:00 to: Peggy George

26:00 to: Maureen @bcdtech
Hi Jan

26:05 to: Jan Wells 2
Had to resort to computer #2 to get on.

26:10 to: Kim Caise

26:11 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yeah, @Jan Wells is in the room! :)

26:33 to: Peggy George
I love that story @McTeach!!!

27:00 to: McTeach (Karen)
Hey @Jan!!!

27:21 to: Kim Caise
wow, great resources!

27:23 to: Maureen @bcdtech
wow- nice resource

27:35 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
My 4th graders love the SHR video Preamble to the Constitution. They always remember the words to the Preamble.

27:37 to: Maureen @bcdtech
@kim- great minds...

27:38 to: Peggy George
Before my mom passed away with Alzheimer's the last things in her memory were the church songs she sang her entire life and "I'm Looking over a 4 Leaf Clover" :-) She could remember the music when she

27:38 to: Peggy George
couldn't remember her kids.

27:59 to: Peggy George

28:06 to: Peggy George
what a fabulous resource!

28:12 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
Musical intelligence is transversal to all other multiple intelligences.It fosters,completes or enhances them all.

28:13 to: Kim Caise

28:24 to: Susie @shighley
Mydistrict doesn't have anything at all like that resource list.

28:31 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Peggy that is the powerful statement about how music works in our minds.

28:45 to: Peggy George
sorry-had an extra m in that! try this:

29:54 to: Peggy George
what's the best source for getting accurate copyright information about using music in online presentations/videos?

30:09 to: Peggy George
don't say the "tax" word!!! makes my hands sweat!

30:15 to: Kim Caise

30:27 to: Peggy George
those signs get your attention :-)

30:37 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yikes tax day is fast approaching!

30:59 to: Peggy George
Technology for Music Education:

31:11 to: nikki
Love your cat motif and related pics...meow!

31:14 to: Ruth Nation
The Lees Summit site is bouncing.

31:44 to: Peggy George
kids remember words to songs as soon as they can speak! they sing the ones they love over and over! what a powerful way to learn new concepts :-)

31:51 to: Peggy George
try the second link Ruth

32:00 to: Peggy George
typo in the first link

32:22 to: Peggy George

32:58 to: Ruth Nation

33:07 to: Peggy George
great point! teachers definitely lead by example!

33:47 to: Kim Caise

34:10 to: Kim Caise
fun is key!

34:13 to: Jan Wells 2
Hi Karen, Maureen, and Paula

34:26 to: Peggy George
digital photography combined with music is definitely fun and powerful!

34:50 to: Peggy George
love that image!!!! :-) Photoshop :-)

35:27 to: Kim Caise
definitely engages students

35:31 to: Maureen @bcdtech
I like Kyle's color choices on his slides

36:16 to: Peggy George
we need to have another session on copyright and fair use because there are so many things we can do with transformative uses that teachers don't realize. It's a very different way of thinking about c

36:16 to: Peggy George
opyright permissions that goes beyond "can only use 10 seconds"

36:46 to: Jan Wells 2
Yes, Peggy, I need help for more understanding.

36:48 to: Betsye
Vote for this session.

36:50 to: Maureen @bcdtech
@peggy- are you going to have Renee do one or Kristin or ?

37:08 to: Peggy George
Lee’ Summit Instructional Technology Music Resource page:

37:14 to: @cybraryman1 Jerry Blumengarten
My Music Tech sites (includes Kyle’ Lee Summit):

37:41 to: Peggy George
We had Kristin Hokanson do our earlier one but any of them would be awesome.

37:53 to: Maureen @bcdtech
@Peggy- this is the wiki I use for my 7th graders...

38:04 to: @cybraryman1 Jerry Blumengarten
Kyle you were music to my ears. I am off to help lead session on Evernote & Pinterest at my local public library.

38:07 to: Peggy George
thanks Maureen!!! Will add it to the Livebinder!

38:33 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Bye Jerry. Go be awesome! :)

38:34 to: Peggy George
a classroom web page or blog is an awesome way to extend learning and share with parents

38:59 to: Peggy George
wow!!! tons of options!!!

39:11 to: Ruth Nation
we like

39:14 to: Peggy George
I'm sure you all see things you recognize on that slide :-)

39:37 to: Peggy George
what a great site Ruth!! Thanks!!!

39:51 to: Peggy George

40:02 to: Kim Caise

40:13 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Peggy so is a LMS like Edmodo. I put some mnay extras on ours that my students use outside of school to learn things I can't get to during the day.

40:22 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
I am using Edmodo with a direct connection to communities, publishers ,my own blog and other sites like newspapers as refers to rss feed.

40:39 to: Peggy George
@Paula Edmodo is perfect for that!!!

40:48 to: Kim Caise

41:14 to: Peggy George
poll anywhere is also great and doesn't require clickers :-)

41:17 to: clinds
I think I read in Prezi's user agreement that you need to be 18 so not using with students. Is this right?

41:26 to: Kim Caise
students can use apps to create beautiful pieces on the fly

41:52 to: Maureen @bcdtech
@clinds- I wrote to prezi... as long as parent approval.. it's OK

41:54 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
I use Prezi with teenagers.

41:59 to: Peggy George (Poll Everywhere)

42:12 to: clinds
@Maureen - Great to hear. Thanks for the Prezi info!

42:14 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
New web2 presentation tool is VideoScribe which I'm having fun with

42:47 to: Peggy George
more engagement = longer/greater retention :-)

43:02 to: Susie @shighley
It does say 18 on their site

43:04 to: Peggy George
thanks Shambles! is that an app?

43:26 to: Kim Caise
there is an educational version for Prezi - does that one limit to 18?

43:49 to: Kim Caise
thanks @maureen - good to know about Prezi

44:14 to: Kim Caise
i thought it was okay to use with students. they were on our show and didn't mention age limits or restrictions

44:29 to: Peggy George
technology helps students feel creative success when they don't think they have any musical talent :-)

44:54 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
Videoscribe is both an iPad App and also desktop OS & Windows Applications

45:01 to: Kim Caise
most definitely @peggy and students are fearless with technology

45:07 to: Peggy George
terrific!! will check it out!

45:57 to: McTeach (Karen)
Love that image!

45:58 to: Peggy George
that site looks amazing! Highland Park Music Education

46:22 to: Jan Wells 2
Students feel empowered.

46:24 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
I found this ;"Primary students might be able to use Prezi with their teacher or parent. Alternatively teachers could use Prezi to create presentations for their class."

46:35 to: Jpatten
Peggy G. - did y ou say you'd be putting all links in Livebinder from today's presentation?

46:37 to: Peggy George (Highland Park Music Education)

46:39 to: Kim Caise
thanks @stella - great to know

46:54 to: Kim Caise
yes, all links shared during session will be added after this session concludes

47:00 to: Peggy George
yes I'll be adding all of the new links to our Livebinder after the show :-)

47:05 to: Kim Caise

47:21 to: Peggy George

47:23 to: Susie @shighley
They certainly show younger kids on their website on the educaiton part.

47:25 to: Kim Caise
woohoo! what a great resource to have!

47:27 to: Peggy George

47:47 to: McTeach (Karen)
Fantastic job, Kyle!!

47:52 to: Peggy George
That book is fantastic! I purchased it for my Kindle and it has lots of the resources Kyle mentioned today!

47:53 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Virtual applause for Kyle Pace. :)

47:56 to: Lorie Moffat
no others

48:04 to: Jpatten
Thanks Kyle!

48:07 to: Peggy George
I had a question about copyright

48:13 to: fidel 1
thanks a lot

48:17 to: Jan Wells 2
That flew by quickly. Thanks Kyle.

48:18 to: Becki
Thank you Kyle!

48:28 to: Lorie Moffat
I have it

48:36 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
@Kyle ... could you talk a big about Music ... Mobile Learning .. and in particular iPads

48:38 to: Kim Caise
copyright questions always come up with using music in student creations

49:13 to: Ruth Nation
I've started documenting students classroom learning with

49:56 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Do students have an opportunity to select music as an class in MS or HS in most parts of our country?

50:03 to: Peggy George
so often the copyright charts are very easy to understand but they don't really address the transformative uses under fair use

50:04 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
Some sources of music that can be used freely in teaching & learning

50:55 to: Becki
It's so important to teach kids how to do things legally and the rules about copyright and creative commons!

51:04 to: Maureen @bcdtech
The times, lengths given are "guidelines" not law

51:10 to: Peggy George
I agree Becki

51:21 to: Kim Caise
from freeplaymusic - Free Student Educational Use:

Subject to your full compliance with the terms of this paragraph 2 (d) and full execution of a FPM license, FPM grants free master recording and syn

51:21 to: Kim Caise
chronization rights to students, to the FPM Production Music Library, excluding the FPM Indie Artist and Sound Effects Library, when FPM music is used by students within a school or class assignment.

51:21 to: Kim Caise
The assignment must be part of student curriculum, must only be viewed or heard within the classroom, campus, on a school’ closed circuit television and/or public announcement system and shall be fre

51:21 to: Kim Caise
e from any charge or admission fee. Free Student Educational Use excludes the use by any school in extra-curricular activities including, without limitation, the use in clubs and the use of any kind i

51:21 to: Kim Caise
n performance, non-broadcast multimedia, DVD duplication, distribution and/or broadcast on a public or educational access TV, cable or radio channel, web, blog, and podcast.

51:22 to: nikki
Do you have a list of sites and apps for the disabled students...such as those with hearing challenges?

51:32 to: Peggy George
thanks Kyle!!!

52:08 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
But to be able to teach it to our studenrts, teachers first need to know the copyright guidelines. i don't think many teachers are comfortable with this.

52:08 to: Peggy George
There are some great resources on this link from Rushton Hurley for free resources that include many audio/video resources:

52:28 to: Maureen @bcdtech
so- you can use freeplay music, but you cannot publish the student work- anywhere that is public

52:37 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
@nikki .. Special Needs and ICT

52:50 to: blairteach
Gotta leave a little early. Thanks, Kyle, for sharing such great resources.

52:55 to: Becki
My special ed kids really struggle with this the whole copyright thing. If it's available they think that they should be able to use it.

52:56 to: Kim Caise
right, published items need to be password protected if you publish online

52:57 to: Peggy George
royalty free doesn't necessarily mean you can use it without permission

53:13 to: Becki
@peggy so true!

53:19 to: Peggy George
@Becki great point! many teachers think the same thing!

53:20 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
Special Needs and iPad

54:08 to: Susie @shighley
I have administrators who think everything is fair game! Like showing movies for rewards without licensing

54:49 to: Peggy George
there are even some online tools like Animoto that provide music for you to use but occasionally their music may violate copyright when you post it on YouTube. That happened to me with a JibJab video

54:49 to: Peggy George
I created and purchased and it was flagged on YouTube.

54:56 to: Peggy George
oh no Susie!

55:15 to: Becki
Sometimes music and images have been used so many times that by the time we get them the kids have trouble finding the original source.

55:16 to: Kyle Pace
Thank you all so much for joining!

55:18 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
@Kyle Have you any experience of Skyping muscians into classrooms ... and if so how do you find those muscians?

55:28 to: Peggy George
this has been soooo valuable Kyle!!! Thank you so much!!

55:29 to: Maureen @bcdtech
Thanks Kyle, Great resources!

55:36 to: Jan Wells 2
Thank you Kyle!

55:39 to: Annette Whitby

55:44 to: Susie @shighley
So many great resources. Lots to digest and share

56:04 to: Peggy George
did you do that Paula with your Skype buddies?

56:19 to: Peggy George
I have seen videos of classes singing different parts of the song via Skype

56:38 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
We did a Christmas carol singalong via a Google Hangout. Had seven classes from around US and Canada in the GHO. Great fun.

56:48 to: Peggy George
are there professional musicians who will skype in with students?

56:55 to: Laura Vaughn
Thank you very much! Great resources!

56:57 to: Jan Wells 2
My class in KS skyped with Paula to perform our music program parts.

57:04 to: Ruth Nation
Awesome Paula!

57:05 to: Peggy George
yes Paula!!! That's the one I remember :-) That was fantastic!

57:08 to: Becki
@paula, how fun!!

57:32 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
Really interesting and motivating!!!

57:39 to: nikki
thanks Kyle and Shambles for input...great about an encore? :-)

57:47 to: Kyle Pace
:) Thanks Nikki

57:59 to: Peggy George
any other questions for Kyle? Lorie do you have any?

58:15 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes, @JanWells 4th graders in KS did a dress rehearsal of a program they were going to present to parents to my students in LA via Skype.

58:16 to: Peggy George
love that @nikki!!! an "encore" would be fabulous!

58:16 to: Lorie Moffat
I don't have any different questions.

58:43 to: Peggy George
Steve has such great interviews!! Lots of food for thought!

58:55 to: Ruth Nation
Thanks @Kyle!

59:00 to: Peggy George
Really looking forward to hearing from Lisa Dabbs!

59:02 to: McTeach (Karen)
Awesome! Lisa is awesome!

59:13 to: Kyle Pace
Thank you all so much! Thanks for letting me share my whirlwind of information!

59:19 to: Susie @shighley
Yes, I've "seen" Lisa on other topics

59:21 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Lisa Dabbs is an awesome presenter.

59:22 to: Kyle Pace
Lisa is awesome indeed!

59:25 to: Peggy George
Be sure to register for the DEN Spring Virtual Conference!! It's going to be a fabulous day of learning!

59:35 to: McTeach (Karen)
Thanks for all the great info, Kyle!! Will definitely share with our teachers!

59:37 to: Peggy George (DEN Spring Virtual Conference: Saturday, April 20, 2013)

1:00:00 to: Peggy George
Some great shows/topics coming up!! :-)

1:00:01 to: nikki

1:00:07 to: Peggy George
Heidi Befort is from AZ!!!

1:00:10 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Excited to have been selected to attend the DEN Summer Institute in Vermont for a week in July.

1:00:29 to: Peggy George

1:00:35 to: Peggy George
you can nominate yourself too :-)

1:00:55 to: Peggy George

1:01:11 to: Lorna Costantini
Kyle thanks so much for sharing your expertise today

1:01:21 to: Lorna Costantini
great presentation

1:01:23 to: Peggy George

1:01:36 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Goodbye evryoone. Have a fabulous weekend. Thanks to Kype and the CR 2.0 Live gals for extending my learning.

1:01:42 to: @shamblesguru [thailand]
Very rich use of an hour ... all the sharing is appreciated ,,, thanks @Kyle and all chatters .... now it is already Sunday here ... time to sleep :-) or drink wine

1:01:42 to: Becki
Thank you Peggy!

1:01:43 to: Jan Wells 2
That's great Paula. What a fun traveling summer you'll have.

1:01:44 to: Kyle Pace
Thank you Lorna, Peggy, and Kim!

1:01:51 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Oops meant Kyle. Sorry about that.

1:01:52 to: Peggy George
a number of people have been requesting PD certificates after viewing on iTunesU! Love it! :-)

1:01:58 to: Susie @shighley
THanks. On to errands before the basketball games begin.

1:02:06 to: Peggy George
Archives for all recordings:

1:02:44 to: Peggy George
Thank you so much Kyle for a fantastic presentation!

1:02:58 to: Jan Wells 2 1

1:03:20 to: Chase March
Thanks everyone! That was great!

1:03:26 to: McTeach (Karen)
Thanks everyone! See you next week!!

1:03:41 to: McTeach (Karen)
Kyle is a great one to follow on Twitter!

1:03:42 to: Peggy George (Twitter)

1:03:53 to: Kim Caise

1:03:57 to: Peggy George’ Blog)

1:05:13 to: Peggy George
I remember Joyce's K12 Online presentation--Wizard of Apps I think :-) something like that

1:05:42 to: Peggy George
Thank you all for joining us today!!!

1:06:26 to: Peggy George
Have a fantastic weekend! I'll get your links added to the Livebinder along with the recording in the archives very soon after the show.

1:06:43 to: DebbieG
Great info today!!! Even though I'm not a music teacher I found things I can use and share.

1:06:43 to: Lorna Costantini
Have a great weekend everyone

1:06:48 to: Becki
Have a great day everyone!

1:06:50 to: Kim Caise

1:07:30 to: Stella Maris Berdaxagar 2
I am going to watch what I missed.Thanks .It was a great presentation.Have a great weekend ,everyone.(m):)

1:07:46 to: Tammy Moore
bye all :)