Dec 1, 2012 - Ignite Parents and Wake up My Math Class - CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE

00:03 - Lorie Moffat
tablet or phone - see icons

00:14 - Peggy George
right Tammy! isn't that great? :-)

00:36 - Kim Caise

00:56 - Peggy George
we have some great resources for you to explore later in the Livebinder! John will talk about lots of them in his presentation.

01:12 - Peggy George
Welcome Maureen and Joan! Always so glad to have you joining us!

01:18 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Thank you!

01:36 - Peggy George

01:46 - Peggy George
link for recordings and Livebinder links

01:56 - Peggy George
Hi Christina! Welcome!

02:21 - Peggy George
if you watch one of our recordings you can also request a PD certificate for those :-)

02:37 - Peggy George
Hi Paula! So great to see you!

02:49 - Ashley Reynolds
United States

02:51 - Snydersensei 1
HEllo from Winnipeg!

02:53 - JShamali
I'm not hearing anything...should I be? I was playing the music before hand.

02:53 - Christina Teskey
Victoria, BC

02:55 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Hi Paula :-)

02:56 - stidmama
southern end of the Salish Sea, Washington State, USA.

02:58 - Peggy George
with the time change it's really late for Shamblesguru! Midnight I think :-)

03:00 - Kim Caise
sometimes you have to click twice on the laser pointer tool

03:15 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Good morning from New Orleans, LA.

03:19 - stidmama
some of these won't apply because I am still subbing... :-)

03:25 - Snydersensei 1

03:30 - Kim Caise
your voting option is just below your name on the sidebar

03:33 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Good morning from the rainy SF Bay Area in CA

03:41 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Peggy. Happy Saturday.

03:45 - stidmama
@JShamali, you should have sound

03:48 - Peggy George
you may be surprised @stidmama--many ideas will be adaptable :-) if you have computer access

03:49 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Joan.

03:49 - Oronoque
I teach at a univ so almost no contact with parents

03:54 - @viralber
I would like!

03:58 - @bcdtech Maureen
Good morning Peggy and Paula..

04:06 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Maureen.

04:11 - Peggy George
your students may be online adult learners :-)

04:15 - Kim Caise
good point #oronoque

04:30 - stidmama
That's why I show up, @Peggy! :-) So many wonderful ideas I can use every week, and a lot that I "bank" for later.

04:39 - Peggy George
if you're an E type it in the chat

04:46 - Oronoque
I live math but don't teach it

04:52 - Peggy George
thanks @stidmama :-) that's wonderful!

04:53 - Lorie Moffat
B & C, 8th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade math

04:54 - stidmama
I'll be teaching HS math on Monday...

05:00 - shukufa
I am an English teacher

05:11 - Rhonda
Professional Dev

05:13 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I just got to participate with #edcampNJ via a Google Hangout. We discussed how we use Skype and GHO in our classrooms.

05:14 - John K Herbert
English teachers are always welcome

05:15 - tim
I am still a college student, not teaching math yet

05:20 - Christina Teskey
course designer

05:26 - Peggy George
I'm a retired educator who loves sharing tech resources with teachers and admins!

05:32 - Kim Caise
how cool @paula

05:36 - @viralber
I'm a math teacher

05:44 - Peggy George
@tim! that's so great that you are here learning on a Sat as a college student!

06:03 - stidmama
hello, @tim! you'll get great ideas today. I started attending these session while still in my certification program

06:04 - Peggy George (John’ math home page for his classes)

06:06 - Kim Caise
welcome @tim!

06:08 - Eileen K
Great video on You Tube - John

06:25 - Peggy George
yes @Eileen! isn't that a great presentation!

06:28 - John K Herbert
Don't peak, Eileen. :-)

06:29 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Kim. Yes, it was cool. Yesterday my students did a GHO with a science teacher from NJ. He did dry ice demos for my students.

06:42 - Kim Caise
so cool!

06:49 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
That's really cool, Paula!

06:50 - Peggy George
his video is in the Livebinder so you can view it later. (John Herbert at Ignite Parents “aking up my Math Class!”

07:03 - Peggy George
how exciting @Paula!!

07:13 - Eileen K
Yes - I plan to share it with other teachers at school :)

07:32 - Peggy George
I got to do a presentation via Skype this week with Shamblesguru and a group of teachers in Singapore! So much fun!

07:46 - Rhonda
Very cool Peggy

07:47 - Peggy George (Ignite Parents-Canada)

07:52 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I teach 4th graders math, science, and social studies. Excited to learn from ohn.

07:58 - Peggy George
Welcome John!!!

07:58 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hello John.

08:08 - Eileen K
That is very neat Peggy. I wish we were allowed to use Skype :(

08:13 - Peggy George
Another amazing Canadian educator!!!!

08:56 - Peggy George
yes 20 slides in 5 minutes!!! challenging! you have to pray the technology works :-)

09:07 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Ignite - 20 slides in 5 minutes. Yikes you have to go really fast.

09:14 - Peggy George

09:23 - Peggy George
seeing your pointer great!

09:37 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
It would be fun to have students do an Ignite talk at the end of the year of their highlights

09:48 - Peggy George
you spend 20 hours preparing a 5 minute presentation! hard to do! :-)

09:53 - Rhonda

09:55 - Kim Caise
great idea @joan

09:56 - Peggy George
super idea @Joan!!!

09:56 - stidmama
This idea would be amazing in social studies and language arts classes.

09:56 - Rhonda

10:11 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes, Joan. That would be a great project for our students.

10:19 - Peggy George
This is John's district: (Listowel District Secondary School website)

10:24 - shukufa
hi welcome Peri

10:30 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Paula : we need to connect students this year

10:35 - Parvana_Azerbaijan
hello from Azerbaijan

10:40 - shukufa

10:57 - Snydersensei 1
Pecha Kucha was developed in 2004, 20 slides for 20 seconds each, also a fun method to use.

10:57 - stidmama
hello Parvana

11:05 - Peggy George
fun to see how John is using this timeline in Collaborate!

11:08 - Parvana_Azerbaijan
hi Shukufe m

11:10 - Rhonda

11:24 - Parvana_Azerbaijan
hi Stidmama

11:28 - Kim Caise
very unique strategy!

11:29 - Peggy George
true @Snydersensei! I think that Pecha Kucha model is what they use for Ignite

11:37 - shukufa
I am looking for a long time that my sister isn't here

11:42 - shukufa
how are you

11:52 - Peggy George
technology has really changed education!

11:54 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Joan, we are ready when you arere. Are you doing the 12.12.12 Blogging Project?

12:05 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Thanks Paula~

12:13 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Maybe a mystery skype too?

12:18 - Snydersensei 1
yeah @peggy george, just a little longer 6 mins 40 secs total!

12:25 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes definitely, Joan.

12:36 - Peggy George
Mystery Skype is such a fantastic way for teachers to get started using Skype with their students

13:23 - Peggy George
so many of us are teachers AND parents! :-)

13:42 - stidmama
yep. parenting first for me...

13:46 - Peggy George
welcome Laura and nikki! great to see you!

14:01 - Eileen K
I feel parenting makes me a more compassionate teacher :)

14:10 - shukufa
the teacher is a second parent for the students

14:23 - Parvana_Azerbaijan
thanks dear

14:32 - Oronoque
having kids is what convinced me to teach adults (6)

14:34 - Peggy George
we often use our own kids and their teachers as motivation for changing our own teaching

14:40 - Peggy George
funny @Oronoque!

14:51 - Peggy George
I agree @Eileen!

15:24 - Laura Antichi
thanks hospitality, Peggy!

16:04 - stidmama
Yes, when one of our sons really struggled in school they NEVER told us! I found out only after several months had passed. We started homeschooling the next year... Communicating is so very important.

16:10 - Peggy George
Parent's Night or Open House is a great way to introduce parents to your classroom

16:52 - Peggy George
communication with lots of alternatives makes a huge difference--all parents won't come to school or to meetings but care very much about what their kids are learning

16:59 - Snydersensei 1
My school has tried having "presentation nights" with punch and pie at our school about technology, strategies with adolescent challenges etc. with lots of communication about time/date/location but we never get more than a handful of people out. Bummer.

16:59 - Peggy George
Welcome Telannia!

17:02 - stidmama
When I was student teaching, my mentor teacher sent home a weekly report that the adults in charge were expected to sign.

17:03 - Oronoque
as a parent I was appalled when teachers limited communication to times when there was a discipline problem, no problem no communication

17:05 - Telannia 1
Hi, Peggy!

17:31 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
If you use Edmodo share the Parent codes with the parents.

17:41 - Peggy George
now the fun begins! lots of tools for communicating!

18:00 - Snydersensei 1
Edmodo is great, of my 100 kids I only have 3 parents joining in though.

18:02 - Peggy George (Free unlimited calls via Google)

18:14 - Peggy George (Free unlimited text and media for Canadians)

18:34 - Peggy George
Fongo is only available in Canada but we all have Skype :-)

18:51 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I am doing monthly presentations on digital citizenship,digital foottprints, and Internet safety with parents at our PTO meeting.

18:59 - Telannia 1
Doesn't skype charge for calling to a land line?

19:03 - Peggy George
what a great idea @Paula!

19:14 - Oronoque
I like having a Skype number so that I have a number to share with students that is not my home number

19:27 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes, there is a charge for Skype calls to landline.

19:37 - Peggy George
yes @Telannia. I subscribe for that service on Skype and have unlimited calls to landlines for about $30 a year

19:41 - @bcdtech Maureen
It seems that "parent nights" only help you preach to the choir. We were successful having a night with parents and students...

20:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Use Remind 101 to notify students and parents via a text message and no phone numbers are shared.

20:04 - Snydersensei 1
Our teacher's union doesn't reccommend calling parents outside of work hours. It creates the appearance that you are accessible as a professional 24/7 and creates unrealistic expectations.

20:04 - stidmama
Google Voice has a voice mailbox, too. AT least in the US.

20:06 - Telannia 1
@PeggyGeorge That is not a bad price

20:07 - Oronoque make calls from Skype to landlines you can get a subscription at fairly low cost

20:17 - Peggy George
we always had a BBQ cookout on our Open House night and had a great turnout :-) Even dads came :-)

20:51 - Kim Caise
free food/refreshments helps draw a large crowd

20:54 - anachorete
;-) #bbq-dads

20:57 - Peggy George
there are other features you get with that fee too-like video conferencing with multiple people

21:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I have my cell phone number posted and only one parent has called me this year.

21:42 - @bcdtech Maureen
I have a google voice # on a widget in every blog- never been used in how many years...

21:47 - stidmama
I think it's important to have multiple ways to contact and be contacted by parents. What works for me as a parent doesn't work for all parents.

21:48 - Becki
I give my parents my cell number too, and they have never abused it.

22:04 - Kim Caise
same here @becki

22:11 - Peggy George
you can see all of John's Facebook pages for his classes here:

22:30 - Peggy George
Hi Sharla :-)

22:30 - stidmama
Many of our local districts actively discourage using facebook to contact families.

22:32 - Telannia 1
I have used my cell for years for students and parents and never been abused. It actully has helped me connect them when they are adults

22:36 - Rhonda

22:46 - Ashley Reynolds
my co-teacher gave her cell phone number and she got phone calls all the time and any hour of the night

23:12 - Peggy George
once you see the power of these tools and ways you can manage them safely you'll want to explore getting your district to support it

23:16 - Rhonda

23:24 - Sharla 1
Hello. Sorry I'm late. On iPad in car. Not driving! Spotty coverage.

23:24 - Peggy George
a blackboard!!! :-)

23:27 - @bcdtech Maureen
Our home #s are published for parents and they are allowed to call up til 8 or 8:30 pm...

23:28 - Becki
Love that picture!

23:36 - @BettyFei
I am a teacher candidate, and my sponsor teacher has a class website to communicate what's happening with students and parents

23:37 - Rhonda
lol, peggy

23:50 - Peggy George
thanks for sharing that link @BettyFei!!

23:51 - Telannia 1
so true

24:21 - @BettyFei

24:26 - Rhonda
learning in action

24:31 - Peggy George
that picture of the students came from a Maine conference for students! amazing things happening with laptops and 1:1 in Maine

24:54 - Rhonda
where investment works

24:58 - @bcdtech Maureen
Our kids love mangahigh

25:01 - Peggy George
all of John's links are in our Livebinder for today:

25:19 - Peggy George (MangaHigh: FREE games-based math teaching resource)

25:23 - Rhonda
funny how they refer to the 'waste of paper'

25:29 - Peggy George

26:04 - Parvana_Azerbaijan
:)to Shukufa

26:05 - stidmama
Question for John: Since writing and being able to understand and use paper communication is still important, what do you do to get a balance? The elementary kids in the local school love the online math review, but then seem to have trouble transferring to paper.

26:11 - Peggy George
@Maureen how do your kids use MangaHigh? what ages?

26:37 - Peggy George
ignore the chat John :-)

26:53 - Peggy George
we'll ask questions later :-)

27:16 - Peggy George
the options are so important for the students!

27:25 - Peggy George (BitStrips: comic-making tools and hundreds of curriculum-connected activities)

27:37 - Peggy George
brilliant idea for BitStrips!

27:40 - Kim Caise
we will take down your questions and ask John towards the end of the session

27:43 - stidmama
wow! this is cool!

27:49 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Love that idea!

27:58 - Peggy George (John’ BitStrips Activity he's sharing)

27:59 - Rhonda
I'm an adult who likes to interact with comics, attention and meaning work great

28:02 - @bcdtech Maureen
@ Peggy I have accts set up for grades 3 -9. The math teachers use it with several of their classes once a week. I let my kids do mangahigh any time they are in a fei-to sp? Instead of doing their 10 min of typing.

28:09 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Could do it with tax, tip, problem solving..

28:12 - Rhonda
especially with boys, apparently

28:16 - Peggy George
thanks Maureen! that's super!

28:42 - Peggy George
great way to extend that activity!

29:00 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Checking each other's work is more motivating than doing mindless work on a paper. Instant relevance..

29:13 - Rhonda
:)agree @Joan

29:14 - Peggy George
clever! tell them to make a mistake on purpose :-)

29:26 - Peggy George
such a motivating idea!

29:33 - @bcdtech Maureen
Trying to get the math teachers to let kids do show me or explain everything... getting there with one of them. He will consider letting them use their phones to take photos of the board and maybe will alllow short videos to be posted online. Up hill struggle

29:34 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Love that! Just like we make mistakes on purpose ;-)

29:49 - Rhonda
I thought that was just me, joan

29:59 - Snydersensei 1
And try to have other kids figure out what mistakes were made, was it an incorrect percent calculation? Was it subtraction of tax rather than addition of tax?? (I wish!)

30:00 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Could also use the bitstrip and then add a screencast component using Showme where htey explain

30:10 - @bcdtech Maureen
Love that kids are allowed choices

30:14 - Peggy George
love that he blends f2f with online activities--need the alternatives

30:23 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Funny, Rhonda..they love catching my mistakes..

30:25 - stidmama
As a very physical learner myself, I am so glad you make this point!

30:27 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Give kids a math test with all the answers on it, but some are wrong. They are to find the mistakes and be able to correct them.

30:28 - Peggy George
gallery walks are great for sharing!

30:52 - Peggy George
@paula-great! kids love to find mistakes made by teachers :-)

30:55 - Snydersensei 1
Fosnot has MATH CONGRESS idea that fits nicely into a grade 9 classroom

31:00 - @bcdtech Maureen
@paula- nice idea

31:15 - Peggy George (Paper on Math Talk)

31:21 - Rhonda
Watched a student do a math activity. Teacher created small strips of math problems and then asked students to assemble them in workable order, fun

31:26 - Peggy George
a singing math teacher :-) love it!

31:35 - stidmama
@Rhonda -- nice idea!

31:39 - Peggy George
love that idea @Rhonda!!

31:52 - Rhonda
It was like a Suduko puzzle (almost)

31:54 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
We sing our answers sometimes during homework corrections. Makes for a fun time :-)

32:09 - @bcdtech Maureen
@snydersensei Do you have links for math congress reference?

32:09 - Snydersensei 1
we have curricular comments that kids are able to use calculators to complete calculations properly (we try to get them using brackets and trying to press the equals sign only once in an order of operations question)

32:11 - Kim Caise

32:23 - Peggy George
lots of varying opinions on calculators in math - some great resources here: (Best sites for pros and cons of using calculators in the classroom)

32:42 - Rhonda
Use of tool instead of the tool

32:45 - Rhonda
so important

32:47 - Peggy George
some of the standardized tests actually require kids to use calculators in the test

33:11 - Peggy George
so many ways to practice/learn multiplication tables in fun ways online

33:26 - Rhonda
the tools can continue to evolve, the learned methods are vital

33:40 - Peggy George
very interesting point!

33:44 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Our state math test has two parts - one no calculators and one part where calculators are used.

33:50 - stidmama
It's also so very important to recognize that sometimes a child just never will learn the arithmetic but can completely understand algebra. Time and place for calculators, IEPs and 504s can help guide this sometimes.

33:54 - Peggy George (ExploreLearning: Experience science and math with Gizmos-over 450 highly interactive online simulations for gr. 3-12)

34:13 - Snydersensei 1
@bcdtech - Kathy Twomey-Fosnot

34:19 - stidmama

34:26 - Rhonda
Good point, stidmama we all relate to math differently

34:27 - Peggy George (Explore Learning Gizmos that John is sharing)

34:29 - @bcdtech Maureen

34:44 - Kim Caise
oh yes, i remember those

34:47 - Peggy George
@Maureen thanks for that link!!!

35:02 - Peggy George (Texas Instruments Activities : TI-83 calculator + CBR activities)

35:05 - Rhonda
ahh the introduction of a graphing calc. Some didn't have that benefit, my empathy

35:06 - stidmama
my younger son is in high school physics, basically an applied math class. he loves it...

35:11 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
They have a great iPad app to

35:12 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)

35:13 - Peggy George (math test activities for students and teachers of all grade levels in multiple languages)

35:33 - Peggy George (graphs from ThatQuiz, shared via Box.Com

35:37 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
thatquiz is a great site. Can create your classes, create quizzes, and track results.

35:38 - Snydersensei 1
Thanks @ Peggy George for that link!

35:39 - Rhonda
:) stidmama, look forward to seeing his dreams come true

36:28 - Telannia 1
Love clickers!

36:31 - Peggy George (Presentation about using Clickers for Formative Assessment)

36:35 - Telannia 1
Einstruction is my favorite

36:52 - Kim Caise
free tool to create lots of graphs

36:57 - Rhonda

37:00 - Snydersensei 1
formative assessment! ken o'connor goodness.

37:11 - Peggy George
I'm not a fan of multiple choice either but the Common Core assessments will be multiple choice even though they have to do a lot of critical thinking to find the answers

37:13 - stidmama
yes! I like clickers (or thumbs up thumbs down) for quick check-in of understanding.

37:17 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Socrative and Nearpod apps work great if you have iPad..with Nearpod they can draw on interactive slides to show understanding

37:35 - Peggy George (Smart Exchange - SmartBoard exchange site for educators)

37:43 - Kim Caise
love explain everything

37:44 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Love ExplainEverything

37:45 - Peggy George (App for creating slide shows on iPads)

37:46 - stidmama
I use my ipad sometimes to snap a quick pic of what's on the board so at least I can recreate it later if a kid has a question.

37:58 - Peggy George
Explain Everything is one of the best iPad apps EVER!

38:08 - @BettyFei
Poll everywhere has a similar function to clickers, but allows students to use their cellphones to text the answers

38:16 - Peggy George (Youtube video share during presentation)

38:19 - Rhonda
I <3 a good polynomial

38:19 - Kim Caise
showme and screen chomp are similar apps

38:27 - Snydersensei 1
can hear it well!

38:31 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
I record my math lessons daily so kids can watch later using Educreations

38:33 - Peggy George
if you can't see the video you can play it in your browser

38:41 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Also check out the apps Educreations and ShowMe.

38:43 - Peggy George
what a fun way to review math :-)

38:55 - stidmama
at the social studies conference a couple weekends ago a couple of presenters used polleverwhere. my first experience with it. pretty nifty

39:03 - Snydersensei 1
love the grade 9 science reproduction system references in the background, sounds like my students!

39:12 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Love hearing student voices

39:15 - Peggy George

39:58 - tim
could tell the students had some fun making that

40:57 - Peggy George
the link for John's YouTube video uses to remove all of the extra stuff and just show the video :-)

41:12 - Snydersensei 1
I find that EDMODO is better than facebook because it is more "safety" friendly. Plus most school divisions block Facebook anyway.

41:16 - Peggy George,-how-can-I-maintain-a-professional-presence-on-the-site-separate-from-my-personal-timeline? (Facebook Help for teachers setting up a Class Page)

41:32 - Peggy George
so true @Snydersensei

41:49 - stidmama
I LOVE giving the kids some "say" in what they are learning and how.

41:57 - Peggy George
but there are ways to set it up on Facebook so it is safe for your students. John is teaching HS students

42:02 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Use Edmodo for the under 13 crowd. No student email required to join. Safe protected LMS to use with younger students.

42:17 - Snydersensei 1
Most teachers unions wouldn't support teachers who have issues with parents/students who raise issues about an online incident.

42:18 - Peggy George
that is amazing! students helping students 24/7

42:46 - stidmama
really wish calculators had "pie" buttons... so nice the student had this kind of support

42:54 - Kim Caise
i find it sad when teachers are forbidden with strong punitive outcomes for talking wiht students using social media and facebook, etc.

42:59 - Peggy George (One of John's Facebook groups)

43:13 - Peggy George (Google Search: Math games)

43:35 - Rhonda
math students create great games, good skill

43:38 - Peggy George
so many fantastic videos available online for math tutorials!

43:42 - Snydersensei 1
It is amazing to teach students and parents about privacy settings etc. when you do use facebook for educational purposes.

43:48 - Kim Caise
i love the videos dan meyer creates to support authentic, real world learning with his students

43:49 - Peggy George (Flipped Learning Network-professional learning community for teachers using screencasting to flip their classrooms).

44:06 - Peggy George (Flipping with Kirch: Crystal Kirch’ flipped math class blog)

44:18 - Peggy George (Crystal Kirch-Flipped Math Class Video)

44:30 - Peggy George (Khan Academy)

44:48 - Peggy George
lots of ways you can extend Khan Academy so it's not just passively viewing videos

44:55 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Sal Khan was the keynote speaker for LaCUE last week. Unfortunately he wasn't there in person. He keynoted via Skype.

45:05 - Peggy George (TweetDeck-tool for managing Twitter feeds)

45:10 - @bcdtech Maureen
I'm going to have a little extra time with my 5th graders before winter break.. planning on using scratch to do math games... like this link

45:22 - Peggy George
awesome @Maureen!

45:35 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Couldn't be the best teacher I can be without my Twitter tweeps.

45:46 - Kim Caise
you got that right @paula! :)

45:55 - Peggy George
I love this site for math tutorials: (Mathtrain.TV: math tutorial videos/screencasts created by students for students)

46:08 - Peggy George (Geogebra)

46:19 - Peggy George (LNS Math Resource)

46:25 - @viralber
Break site

46:41 - Peggy George
French site: (Daniel Mentrard’ Geogebra site shared)

46:43 - @viralber
Great site

46:45 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Kim, I can't stress to other teachers how much I learn on a daliy basis because I am a connected educator.

46:53 - Peggy George

47:11 - Kim Caise
i know it. i am always amazed when teachers say they don't use twitter or plurk

47:21 - Peggy George
it's wonderful that we can see real examples of how Facebook is being used with students!

47:31 - Rhonda
agreed. Sad to hear not a lot of parents on Twitter :( valuable

47:59 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
More students are on Twitter now than FB.

48:05 - Rhonda
parent groups are so interesting on Twitter

48:27 - Rhonda

48:35 - Peggy George
we had a great presentation by Dan Meyer on Classroom 2.0 LIVE! Watch the recording :-) (Dan Meyer: Math Class Needs a Makeover)

48:46 - Rhonda
chalk on the sidewalk

48:53 - stidmama
new tech always raises these kinds of concerns

49:27 - Rhonda
Where is my TI-83

49:28 - stidmama
I remember doing things like this as a student

49:37 - Rhonda
poor people

49:38 - Kim Caise
what is a vulgar fraction (mentioned in the question below it)

49:39 - Peggy George
I have a VERY old math book that looks just like that!! Antique! :-)

49:46 - Rhonda

49:58 - Rhonda

50:05 - Peggy George

50:05 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I'm looking for my slide rule. :)

50:05 - Kim Caise
it uses profanity?!?!?

50:05 - Doug Henry
I learned square root by hand in the 60's

50:05 - Snydersensei 1
my grandpa wrote a book on geometric proofs from the early 1900's I show my kids

50:07 - Rhonda

50:27 - stidmama
vulgar = "common" or not very sophisticated... my great grandmother used this term in this way

50:33 - Rhonda
changed and yet we still end up with add, subtract, multiply, and divide

50:41 - Rhonda

50:48 - Peggy George
heart of the message!!!! Communicate!!!!

51:00 - stidmama
Snydersensei -- that is really nice to have!

51:08 - Rhonda

51:19 - Rhonda
don't let fear stand in the way

51:23 - Rhonda
on either side

51:53 - Peggy George
this was a great keynote presentation by a student on K12 Online who creates videos for (K12 Online Conference Student Voices Keynote: Kids Teaching Kids)

51:55 - stidmama
My mentor teacher (now friend) advises to have regular communications about the good things so when you have to talk about the negative it's not so bad

52:24 - Rhonda
good point stidmama

52:26 - Peggy George
if you have any questions for John feel free to type them here or raise your hand to take the mic

52:29 - Snydersensei 1
Thanks John!

52:34 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Put a note in your lesson plans - call __'s parent today, just to say hi.

52:36 - Rhonda
Thank You John

52:38 - Ashley Reynolds
Thanks John!

52:51 - Peggy George
Lorie-do you have questions saved for John?

52:56 - Joan Young (@flourishingkids)
Thank you so much for the wonderful presentation. I really appreciate Sat. morning learning with you all!

53:02 - Lorie Moffat
Kim read it.

53:07 - Peggy George
so much of the paper communication never makes it home

53:14 - @BettyFei
Thank you for sharing some great resources and ideas!

53:30 - Lorna Costantini
Thanks for joining us today

53:42 - Dotty Myers
My daughter had a math teacher that called every paren at least once a week.

53:44 - Peggy George
you'll be able to explore all of these resources further in the Livebinder later

53:50 - Lorna Costantini
Wonderful ideas in John's presentation!!!

53:52 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Virtual applause for John.

53:57 - Peggy George
that's really impressive @Dotty!

54:02 - stidmama
thank you :-)

55:05 - Peggy George
good point! give them lots of practice transferring the online work to paper

55:24 - Peggy George
any other questions you'd like to ask John?

55:37 - stidmama
great idea, thanks again!

55:56 - Laura #2
thank you! :)

55:57 - Peggy George
if you have a Smartboard there are lots of great activities you can have the students use directly on the board

56:23 - Peggy George (Smart Exchange - SmartBoard exchange site for educators)

56:29 - Christina Teskey
Thanks! Great ideas.

56:41 - Lorna Costantini
Thanks John - excellent presentation

56:42 - stidmama
Once again, a very helpful session. Thank you for being here, John!

56:54 - Becki
Thank you John, great session.:)

56:55 - John K Herbert
welcome all

56:59 - Peggy George

57:00 - Eileen K
thanks John :)

57:26 - Peggy George Steve Hargadon's interviews

57:36 - Rhonda
New year, New tech, let's educate

57:45 - Peggy George
some fantastic presentations coming up for us :-)

58:05 - Snydersensei 1
Thanks so much everyone for moderating and also to John for the great reminder to COMMUNICATE to parents in a variety of ways.

58:08 - Peggy George
the BYOT session is being done by a whole group of people who organized #BYOTchat :-)

58:19 - Peggy George
Archives for all recordings:

58:34 - Peggy George

58:36 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Love the Year in Review - always so much fun.

58:46 - Peggy George
me too Paula!!!!!

58:56 - Peggy George

59:20 - Peggy George
you can get a PD certificate for recordings too :-) just fill in the survey

59:49 - Peggy George
fill in a separate survey for each show you watch

59:53 - Peggy George

1:00:06 - stidmama
Thanks again -- will be here next week unless they need me to judge debate. :-) have a great week!

1:00:10 - Peggy George
I love being able to watch the shows on my iPad or iPhone :-)

1:00:30 - Peggy George
wrong Thanks slide!!!! so sorry John!!

1:00:39 - Peggy George
Huge thank you to John Herbert!

1:00:48 - John K Herbert
I have another point Kim

1:01:33 - Peggy George
maybe you can share this recording with your administrator if Facebook is blocked for you :-)

1:02:02 - Snydersensei 1
Good point John!

1:02:06 - Snydersensei 1
Ha ha!

1:02:10 - Peggy George
we actually have had many webinars related to using social media over the years that would also provide excellent examples

1:02:29 - Peggy George
thank you so much John!!!

1:03:05 - Peggy George
educate the parents about the power of social media and they will start asking your administrator to make it available :-)

1:03:27 - Peggy George
thank you all for joining us today!

1:03:43 - Peggy George
the blog post with recordings and links will be posted as soon as everyone logs out of this session

1:04:00 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I'm thinking back to a few years ago when the BYOD and Flipped models were getting started and there was a huge push back from admins, but it is certainly changing with the times.

1:04:11 - Snydersensei 1
John, what is your Twitter username?

1:04:18 - John K Herbert

1:04:31 - Peggy George (Follow John on Twitter)

1:04:50 - Snydersensei 1
Thanks! I am a Manitoba educator and looking forward to sharing ideas!

1:04:57 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Have a great weekend everyone. :)

1:04:59 - John K Herbert
And keep sending questions - I will answer, or direct you to a better resource