00:08 to: Paula Naugle
Hi @Peggy. Yes, and it is warming up a little too.

01:17 to: Paula Naugle
Yeah to Peggy, Lorna, and Kim.

01:26 to: Kim Caise
woohoo @tammy

01:31 to: Peggy George
thanks :-) we love meeting with all of you each week!!

02:27 to: Peggy George
we'll be going to a number of websites today so you may want to use the default view to see the most of your screen

02:53 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
Too many choices today, been watching live feeds from #colearning

03:09 to: Peggy George
even a few from across the ocean :-)

03:15 to: Kim Flack
hi Catherine! :)

03:18 to: Peggy George
and South America :-) hooray!

03:28 to: Peggy George
Love seeing the red dots!!!!

03:36 to: Dev
That's a COOL tool with the map!

03:46 to: angelamaiers
Me, too! It really is a Global World!

03:55 to: misterb200
I have watched the trailer online - but not the entire program.

03:59 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
Need a seen parts of it check mark

04:04 to: Peggy George
Angela can you vote for your group?? :-)

04:08 to: Kim Flack
below all the names are your voting tools ;)

04:26 to: Peggy George
excellent to know! thanks!

04:59 to: Kim Caise
need to explore those videos further

05:06 to: Dev
I think it's equally awesome that the facilitator helps us to use all the tools within Elluminate.

05:08 to: misterb200
Just saw the trailer.

05:09 to: Peggy George
you'll be surprised when you view the videos! you'll know some of the people there :-)

05:09 to: Sandy St. Louis
lol kim

05:18 to: angelamaiers
Class homework!

05:28 to: Kim Flack
no pop quizzes so no worries ;)

05:40 to: Peggy George
yeah!! homework for all of us--very entertaining homework!!

06:02 to: Peggy George
that's why we do these polls to get a sense of our audience :-)

06:10 to: Peggy George
more homework :-)

06:19 to: Paula Naugle
@bcdtech Yes, I was watching the #colearning too.

06:22 to: carolteach4
I only viewed a few. I loved the one by Patrict Stewart.

06:22 to: Peggy George
very easy to submit a video!!!!

06:27 to: ramonapringle
we need to hear from all of you!

06:28 to: misterb200
That sounds like something I want to do as soon as possible.

06:38 to: Dev
This is my first intro to this app.

06:39 to: angelamaiers
How powerful!

06:44 to: giselaercegovich
me too

06:51 to: misterb200
I'm in the process of trying to motivate the staff of my middle school to use technology and blogs more in their classrooms, like I do.

06:56 to: Peggy George
if you have questions during the session be sure to type them in the chat

07:07 to: Dev
Classroom 2.0 does such an awesome job of hosting content that enriches our knowledge.

07:21 to: Peggy George
all of our gl.am links for today are here: http://gl.am/g14fb

07:30 to: carolteach4
I thought the Digital Nation video was fabulous. I so appreciate that I was able to watch the stream since I hardly ever get to watch t.v.

08:05 to: Peggy George
we are so excited to have Sandy, Ramona and Kim Flack here with us today!!!!

08:35 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
I had one of my "reluctant" teachers tell me that it should be required viewing for all of our teachers

09:06 to: misterb200
Like "Did You Know?" which I've showed many times to staff.

09:28 to: angelamaiers
@misterb200- just showed that last night to the students!

09:47 to: Kim Caise
that is awesome @maureen

09:53 to: Paula Naugle
I know it has changed me. I just had to tell one of my 4th graders I can't take his Skype call right now because I'm in this session.

10:16 to: Peggy George
No you are answering it :-)

10:24 to: Peggy George
and we plan to show the trailer now

10:27 to: misterb200
Did You Know... http://vimeo.com/2030361

10:28 to: Kim Caise
how cool @paula

10:45 to: Kim Caise
the trailer is a great overview

10:48 to: Peggy George
can we show the trailer first?

10:54 to: misterb200
hope its okay multi-tasking/listening like this - the point of this all, yes?

11:21 to: Peggy George

11:36 to: Peggy George
if you can't hear this in the web tour you can view it in your browser

12:34 to: VEROCRI
ok i will try that cause i cannot watch from hear

13:01 to: Paula Naugle
So am I.

13:04 to: misterb200
I remember Frontline's MERCHANTS OF COOL and how it had a profound effect on my students and myself years ago. This feels like a bookend to that show, or another scene in our country's youth narrative

13:04 to: misterb200

13:36 to: Lorna Costantini
I love this trailer

13:38 to: angelamaiers
dang Technology- it is never as fast as we hope!

13:46 to: carolteach4
I told my husband that I had to attend this webinar before I could join him in the "face-to-face" world. I hesitate to say "real world", because these webinars are truly "REAL."

13:46 to: Tim 1
I have a meeting in Second life on monday. First one. should be interesting

14:07 to: Peggy George
this trailer gives you a good idea about the entire documentary if you haven't seen it yet :-)

14:09 to: Paula Naugle
I'm having trouble figuring out SL.

14:12 to: Kim Flack
I was impressed with how positive and encouraging the show was toward Second Life!

14:22 to: Peggy George
love that point carolteach4 :-)

14:31 to: Kim Flack
feel free to contact me there - Kimmer Jameson - there are lots of people who can help

14:37 to: Tim 1
i have used it before, but my computer was toooooo slow. Have a new one, so I should be OK

14:47 to: ramonapringle
we've had avatars in Second Life share their responses to the film... that's up on the site too!

14:58 to: Kim Caise
did you have a question @sherry?

15:34 to: carolteach4
Oops - meant to sent to room

15:37 to: Dev
sad and awesome at the same time

15:41 to: angelamaiers
Our speed is sooo slow here- waiting for it to buffer

15:43 to: Patti R
yeah me too, sorry

15:51 to: Sal
That was good

15:52 to: Paula Naugle
I love the group of business people who conduct their work through SL. They have never met face 2 face.

15:52 to: Peggy George
now we can go to DN stories :-)

15:56 to: Kim Flack
video trailer just finished

16:04 to: bigd Flanagan
great trailer

16:07 to: Peggy George

16:15 to: roxanne clement
Please include the links in the chat window

16:16 to: Dev
Thank you for sharing the trailer. It gave me the intro I needed to this project.

16:18 to: VEROCRI
absolutely great!!!

16:21 to: Patti R
many educators are using SL

16:25 to: misterb200
Love the trailer.

16:27 to: roxanne clement

16:33 to: Esther
inspiring video

16:40 to: Peggy George
we will post the links in the chat as we go and they are also in the gl.am links for later viewing http://gl.am/g14fb

16:40 to: Sabine
I saw it on tv

17:02 to: carolteach4
I was saying, when I sent to the wrong place, how fascinated I was by the segment where the folks who had know each other only in Second Life or World of Warcraft met face-to-face. It is scarey, howev

17:02 to: carolteach4
er, that they felt closer to those folks than to people in their own lives,

17:26 to: Peggy George
to see the screen as large as possible for this web tour you should choose the default view

17:50 to: Tim 1
@carolteach- I agree. However, I have better friends in Facebook than RW

17:55 to: Peggy George
my favorite story is Bubbe--84 year old grandma :-)

17:56 to: Sandy St. Louis

17:57 to: misterb200
I guess the question we're all figuring out the answer to, is... is "virtual" actually just as "real" as real?

18:08 to: Larry Anderson
The trailer teases an encouragement to delve more into the anthropological nature of what's happening (assuming that what we saw in the trailer is an accurate representation of reality)

18:13 to: Peggy George
you can scroll down this page to see everything

18:37 to: Becky
@ misterB: depends on your definition of "real"

18:39 to: angelamaiers
@misterb200- GREAT question. Augmented, Virtual, or simply reality ...either way it is all totally awesome!

18:43 to: Peggy George
you will love hearing these stories!!

18:48 to: carolteach4
@Peggy - yest Bubbe and her grandson are Faboulous!

18:57 to: Sandy St. Louis
love bubbe

19:04 to: jackiegerstein
I always laugh when the avatar is described as seaparate to the person

19:10 to: jackiegerstein

19:18 to: Peggy George
Bubbe lets you know that you're never too old to use technology :-)

19:29 to: Kim Flack
yes! people like to take comfort in being anonymous as an avatar

19:34 to: angelamaiers
Hey Jackie! I want to be my avatar- she never has a bad hair day!

19:40 to: misterb200
Yes. And I don't know what the answer is for me yet. A year ago, I would have said they aren't real, but my opinion is changing. Emotions are real and we have emotions based on all sorts of stimuli. A

19:40 to: misterb200
nd some "real life" stimuli or face to face interaction is more fake than interactions had online.

19:59 to: jackiegerstein
@Angela - and her clothes ALWAYS look good and pressed

20:05 to: Patti R
@misterb very true

20:09 to: angelamaiers
It all comes back to the HUMAN components- real or virtual! It is a HUMAN network!

20:15 to: misterb200

20:18 to: misterb200

20:25 to: Larry Anderson
Right on @angelmaiers!

20:27 to: Peggy George

20:40 to: misterb200
Douglas Rushkoff is amazing.

20:54 to: Dev
nice concept for the roundtable

20:57 to: debschi
@jackiegerstein unless your avatar comes up naked as mine did in my first try!

21:07 to: Sandy St. Louis
Doug is totally amazing!!

21:15 to: jackiegerstein
oops debshi ;0

21:21 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@carolteach4 but then again, how nice that they found people online to connect with to fulfill their life with people who care even if in virtual world

21:22 to: misterb200
Rushkoff to me = Tivo.

21:23 to: Peggy George
I'm thrilled that Doug is providing this Roundtable so we can continue the conversation !!!

21:40 to: Kim Flack
the conversation is incredible too! really helps you dig deeper into the issues

21:42 to: Peggy George
many of the participants in the documentary are adding comments to the roundtable

21:47 to: angelamaiers
@jackiegerstein @debschi- mine, too! Not only naked, but no hair.... but at least I still had my cute shoes on!

22:01 to: jackiegerstein
Yes - the affordances of social media to continue discussions are so cool!

22:06 to: Peggy George
you can add your voice to those comments too!!

22:17 to: carolteach4
I left a comment in your blog, Peggy, I think about how interesting it was to see the video of Doug Rushkoff years ago and compare his take on digital nation now compared to "then".

22:20 to: Sabine
People were flying by when I changed clothes that was....

22:26 to: Paula Naugle
@angelamaiers Gotta have cute shoes. LOL

22:39 to: angelamaiers
@Paula- ALWAYS!

22:49 to: jackiegerstein

22:50 to: debschi

22:52 to: Peggy George

22:53 to: Tim 1

22:53 to: Lorna Costantini
the roundtable is an excellent for community building

22:54 to: Bruce Neal

22:54 to: misterb200
Are we being asked to join roundtable now?

22:56 to: FredHickmon

22:58 to: misterb200

23:03 to: Paula Naugle
You and @BethStill rock with your cute shoes.

23:12 to: Kim Caise (backup computer)
i found a great place to get tons of free clothes, hair, makeup, etc

23:15 to: misterb200
guess watch show first, of course.

23:26 to: Peggy George
scroll down the page to see what else is there

24:09 to: Peggy George
they have designed some excellent learning modules for all of us--coming up next :-)

24:28 to: carolteach4
@grammasheri - Oh, I do agree with you. I am so glad I have both, but I must admit that my virtual friends are very real to me and I care about them, and I hope they care about me. We help each other

24:28 to: carolteach4
as educators and friends.

24:30 to: debschi
Would love to have students add comments

24:32 to: Peggy George

24:42 to: jackiegerstein
One of the great thing about this era of the 21st century is that everyone - I mean everyone - gets the opportunity to have a voice - Isn't that amazing!

24:50 to: Kim Flack
his English teacher is probably hunting him down

24:56 to: Sandy St. Louis

25:02 to: Kim Caise
i TOTALLY agree with @carolteach

25:02 to: Kim Flack
heehee ;)

25:20 to: Paula Naugle
@jackiegerstein I love that fact too. Everyone has a voice and can be heard.

25:20 to: Katherine Southmayd
@jackiegerstein: i think that is so great!

25:24 to: debschi
@jackiegerstein Yes!

25:25 to: misterb200
Social Networking has potential to mitigate special interests and increase plurality. The Howard Dean campaign seemed to be a watershed.

25:28 to: angelamaiers
@jackiegerstein- right on!

25:29 to: Kim Caise
my online friends are just as important as my RL friends and family

25:30 to: jackiegerstein

25:39 to: jackiegerstein
Me too Kim!

25:46 to: Jan Wells
I agree!

25:49 to: Peggy George

26:07 to: Larry Anderson
I like to promote the notion of re-reading --- that's where the real value comes for me.

26:42 to: Peggy George
Renee Hobbs is an incredible resource for media literacy!!

26:49 to: carolteach4
I have been following resources from

26:50 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
She is a wonderful resource

27:01 to: Peggy George
As she describes these modules I'll take you to the different pages

27:13 to: angelamaiers
Check out here entire teams work at New Media Cosortium- FANTASTIC!

27:29 to: carolteach4
Renee Hobbs, but I'm still confused about copyright - she seems very liberal, but I hear a lot of teachers being still very conservative.

27:35 to: Peggy George
interesting!!! adults wanted to share their opinions :-)

27:42 to: angelamaiers
Creative Commons

27:52 to: FredHickmon
And teenagers too!

27:56 to: jackiegerstein
I actually think that is true for kids too

28:01 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
RT Kim Caise: "my online friends are just as important as my RL friends and family"

28:05 to: Kim Flack
very true

28:18 to: Kim Flack
teens and kids want those same choices as well

28:18 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
@carolteach4 I agree. I met her at educon and talked thru a couple of questions I have re copyright. I am much more conservative than she is.

28:44 to: angelamaiers
Common Craft has a great video on Creative Commons

28:54 to: angelamaiers

28:56 to: carolteach4
Thanks -

29:03 to: debschi
I didn't get to participate in her workshop @educon :(

29:08 to: Peggy George

29:12 to: ramonapringle
Yes -- adults, teens, kids, all want to be heard. And in Your Stories you get to see the different perspectives of different generations when it comes to digital life

29:42 to: misterb200
On the module for education - are there in-depth models/examples of use of technology? I'm realizing in my own professional development workshops that the teachers at my school want really detailed ex

29:42 to: misterb200
amples of the technology IN USE. VoiceThread does a wonderful job with this. https://ed.voicethread.com/#q

29:43 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
I am going to have my 7th graders discuss some of the scenarios for remixing, copyright, etc.. it will be interesting to hear their opinions

29:46 to: Peggy George
I'm excited that AZ is leading the way with giving PD credits for the Digital Nation modules :-)

29:47 to: Kim Caise
that will be fantastic resource

29:52 to: Paula Naugle
@Kim Flack that would be great.

29:53 to: jackiegerstein
That is a great idea

29:55 to: Tim 1
very cool I wish IL had that

29:57 to: carolteach4
Oh, that sounds cool - I want to know how to get into that Moodle course.

30:07 to: angelamaiers
That is awesome! And, FREE!!

30:13 to: misterb200
I don't know how to use hashtags

30:21 to: misterb200
But I have Twitter and Facebook.

30:26 to: misterb200
Hashtag new term to me.

30:35 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
That sounds great, would love to have all the teachers at my school get more info and they know how to use moodle

30:37 to: Paula Naugle

30:38 to: DimitrisTzouris
Just add the hashtag at the end of your tweet

30:42 to: misterb200
Love NING.

30:42 to: angelamaiers
Can you put the hashtag in again?

30:47 to: misterb200
Thanks Dimitris

30:53 to: Kim Caise

30:57 to: ramonapringle
the digital nation hashtag is #dig_nat

30:59 to: carolteach4
@bcdtecdh - can you drop in link to your blog so I can read what you have to say and get in touch with you?

31:02 to: misterb200
Thank you Kim

31:02 to: Peggy George
we'll tweet the link for the PD credit option in Moodle for the learning modules

31:05 to: angelamaiers
@misterb- In your tweet- just use #dig_nat and it will aggregate all the tweets and conversation- great search tool for twitter

31:41 to: Peggy George
wow!!! not at all surprised by this group!!!!

32:03 to: angelamaiers
Those red dots BEYOND the line are me, Peggy, Kim, Jackie!!! :-))

32:04 to: Jason Epstein
guess this makes sense seeing that we are here at lunch on a Saturday :)

32:08 to: Peggy George
technology is much more than a computer :-)

32:14 to: Patti R
taking online grad class, i am a tech teacher, trainer, and in SL, all takes time

32:41 to: Danette Grossnickle 1
Very creative graphing ideas !

32:45 to: Sara Sparks
this is so neat

32:51 to: Paula Naugle
I'm a digital pioneer.

32:52 to: jackiegerstein
I was born a digital native in a digital immigrant's body

32:57 to: Peggy George
isn't this fun??!!! Thanks to Kim Flack!!

33:01 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
@carolteach4 It should end up on either the class blog http://mybcd.org/computer7/ or on the wiki http://bcdwebsearch.wikispaces.com/ Hopefully by the end of next week

33:07 to: FredHickmon
I do!!!

33:10 to: angelamaiers
Great point Peggy- important questions from my grad class- What is plugged in? Is it only accessing content or is it listening, viewing, speaking, tweeting, commenting,...

33:14 to: Lorna Costantini
black and white for me

33:15 to: Sandy St. Louis

33:22 to: Sal
how did you get the coffee cup

33:24 to: Lorna Costantini
grew up with the radio

33:25 to: Bruce Neal
Color TV was great! lol

33:30 to: Peggy George
fantastic question about "plugged in"!!

33:37 to: misterb200
Child of DOS and Apple II

33:38 to: Mary P

33:43 to: Peggy George
I consider my cell phone as plugged in :-)

33:47 to: Tim 1
loved my Atari

33:48 to: FredHickmon
I am falling in the black hole.

33:49 to: Dev
As Jackie stated, I'm a Digital Native born a Digital Immigrant.

33:49 to: Liza Loop
I'm a grandmother but I've been using electronic technology most of my life.

33:50 to: Jason Epstein
I still miss my comodore 64

33:53 to: misterb200

33:58 to: jackiegerstein
Thx Dev

34:01 to: Gary

34:03 to: FredHickmon
Odysee anyone

34:04 to: angelamaiers
Love it- intellivision!

34:19 to: misterb200
Angelmaiers - no one ever knows that one!

34:24 to: Dev
Ooh, I feel that way MOST times Fred.

34:36 to: Kim Caise
@jeff, did you have a question?

34:40 to: Jason Epstein
wasn't pitfall on the intellivision?

34:49 to: Tim 1
Pitfall, loved it

34:51 to: Sabine
is there a link from the parent site?

34:51 to: Joe Balvanz
I beleive pitfall was on Atari

34:53 to: Bruce Neal
What is the Ning link?

34:54 to: Jocelyn Wallace
@Gary I love pong!

34:54 to: Sandy St. Louis

35:13 to: FredHickmon
electronic football anyone?

35:15 to: Peggy George
you will find all of these links in the gl.am links too http://gl.am/g14fb

35:15 to: misterb200
Is this for Arizona only?

35:26 to: misterb200
I missed this. Is there a site for each state?

35:29 to: carolteach4
@Maureen - thanks - I integrate technology in a middle school with grades 7 and 8 -always eager to learn new things.

35:29 to: ramonapringle
that's exciting

35:35 to: Sabine

35:38 to: Peggy George
the contest is just for AZ but all of you can submit videos to the Digital Nation site

35:50 to: misterb200
Ning is better than Facebook for professional collaboration. ning.com

35:51 to: roxanne clement
You need to see young students and presentations at CUE in Palm Springs each year...California

35:55 to: Peggy George
you could also host contests in your own areas to post videos on DN

35:58 to: Sandy St. Louis

36:08 to: misterb200
Thank you Sandy

36:35 to: ramonapringle
Yes - everyone on this call is encouraged to share your digital stories

36:39 to: Liza Loop
I'm doing a project called the History of Computing in Learning and Education. Please contact me if you're interested in participating. lizaloop@gmail.com

36:40 to: Peggy George
you only see your own responses

36:43 to: ShannonMJones
@misterb200--yes! it's nice to separate the two.

36:44 to: carolteach4
@Jason - we actually went through two Commodore 64 computers. I spent so much money on very pixelated clip art and thought it was so fabulous.

36:50 to: misterb200
Should I answer for my 11-13 year old seventh grade students? I don't have kids.

36:51 to: marifee

36:55 to: misterb200
Oh, you're answering now.

36:55 to: Tim 1
I have children in all the age ranges

36:56 to: Danette Grossnickle 1
@Carolteach4 Yes! They are so eager to be a part of learning .

36:58 to: misterb200
too fast!

37:10 to: angelamaiers
Think about your childrens' children!!!

37:27 to: debschi
I have kids in various age ranges

37:37 to: Sabine
Where is it?

37:54 to: Sabine
okay scrool down

37:55 to: Jan Wells
children's ages off the chart

38:00 to: Danette Grossnickle 1
@carolteach4 Where do you teach at?

38:15 to: Dotty Myers
Greetings from San Jose. I am in a class for Eductional Therapists

38:18 to: marifee
Where is the quizz?

38:37 to: FredHickmon
On the whiteboard scroll down.

38:42 to: marifee

38:47 to: jackiegerstein
Digital parenting - Quiz - Your Digital Parenting Style

38:52 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
What do the numbers mean? 31 out of ?

38:53 to: Sarah Sutter
Wow, I'm surprised at the majority of people taking the quiz that fall into the protect and limit or protect categories.

38:54 to: Dev
That was another awesome feature. Quizzing online individually even though we're real-time collective responders.

39:03 to: Peggy George
my responses aren't coming up--get an error message

39:07 to: Dev
Tech like this is what keeps making me title myself as a Digital Immigrant.

39:20 to: carolteach4
@misterb200 - I did the same thing. My sons are 27 and 31.

39:27 to: roxanne clement
This would be great to share with my parent community at my school for further discussion and thought

39:35 to: FredHickmon
Protect for a lack of knowledge, that is why I am here.

39:37 to: Larry Anderson
Hmmmmm. What is done with these results? How valid are the data resulting from this? Are the results being generalized to a certain population? Or, is this just a "fun" activity and we don't reall

39:37 to: Larry Anderson
y depend upon the validity of the responses? Just wondering.

39:38 to: Kim Caise
did you have a question @misterb?

39:38 to: Dev
Although you are concerned with protection, it is more important to you to empower your child and his or her use of digital media. You find ways to get involved and increase the benefits of di

39:38 to: Dev
gital media. You recommend Web sites to your child and suggest age-appropriate ways for him or her to participate online.

39:45 to: angelamaiers
That is awesome!

39:48 to: Peggy George
go ahead Kim Flack-you have control of the Plan ;-)

39:49 to: misterb200
Yes/Comment on the protect limit

39:59 to: Jason Epstein
I would be curious to see if as children got older if parents moved toward E&E on the spectrum. I know I am protective of my 3 year old and "lighten up" as she learns the tools to make good decisions

39:59 to: Jason Epstein

40:01 to: misterb200

40:10 to: Dev
true Jason

40:14 to: misterb200
I think a lot of us answered in that way because...

40:24 to: misterb200
the question has wide latitude

40:27 to: Peggy George
I had to answer for my grandkids

40:27 to: angelamaiers
The comments are really really interesting! Lots of strong opinions about Twitter

40:32 to: misterb200
So we may be coming off more strict than we really are.

40:41 to: misterb200
Oh, no. I'm trying to explain my perspective.

40:45 to: carolteach4
@Danette - I teach in a middle school (7 & 8) in a rural area of CT

40:55 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Although you are concerned with protection, it is more important to you to empower your child and his or her use of digital media. You find ways to get involved and increase the benefits of digital me

40:55 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
dia. You recommend Web sites to your child and suggest age-appropriate ways for him or her to participate online.

41:00 to: Jason Epstein
Is there data that shows how many people are in each category by age of child?

41:04 to: Diana Byriel
@Sarah Sutter I think parents' feelings depend on what tiype of digital media. There are so many different things kids can get into.

41:15 to: Danette Grossnickle 1
@carolteach4 thanks. I teach in central IA

41:21 to: Peggy George
@Sheri-you took the words right out of my mouth :-)

41:22 to: Liza Loop
I believe that young children need to develop physically which is something that they can't do in front of a screen.

41:25 to: angelamaiers
Online success with any tool is not an age thing it is a mindset thing!

41:27 to: misterb200
my choices reflect a conservative umbrella that is always over my actually quite liberal use of the tech with the kids.

41:33 to: debbie
seems to imply protect is negative...a 3 yr old needs protection

41:37 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)

41:43 to: misterb200
I think the survey is capturing the grain of salt and seeing it as an absolute a bit.

41:45 to: Adolfo Arrieta
Where Can I find the quiz?

41:47 to: roxanne clement
I like the personal reflection for further personal perspcetive on use

41:49 to: misterb200
Did that make sense?

41:51 to: misterb200

41:52 to: Ashley
I think if you block it on your computer kids will just use another computer to look at what you are blocking them from

42:07 to: roxanne clement
And results change with the age group of students

42:11 to: Kim Caise
it is on the web tour window open in Elluminate

42:14 to: Larry Anderson
Regardless of how this instrument is used, I believe it's quite intriguing to pose these questions to people--just to make us THINK!

42:18 to: debschi
I came up empower, but my kids are a bit older. Need to educate ethics/safety. Education is the ultimate protection.

42:22 to: ShannonMJones
Love what you are saying!!!

42:24 to: Tim 1
That is exacly how I feel, empowering them will protect them down the road.

42:25 to: misterb200
Yes. The interpretation is very flexible.

42:26 to: Jason Epstein
what this seems to leave out is "educating" our children to make better choices

42:26 to: Sal
what are you looking for in your survey

42:32 to: angelamaiers
@Ashley- When we consider ROI- return on investment we need to think about ROI in terms of what is our "RISK OF IGNORING!"

42:32 to: Peggy George
so true Larry!!! generates lots of discussion!!

42:37 to: Joe Balvanz
Children will always attempt to test limits no matter what they are doing. It is important to protect them while teaching responsible and apropriate usage

42:37 to: FredHickmon
Protection and empowerement should be conducive to age.

42:42 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@ashley -- so true -- kids will find a way

42:46 to: Ashley
@debschi I totally agree

42:54 to: carolteach4
@SarahSutter - hi, stopped in Wiscasset at Treat's for a cup of soup last week. Made a quick trip up to visit hubby's mom in Camden.

42:56 to: Liza Loop
Are you seeing Empwserment as opposed to protection or as concurrent?

43:12 to: Sandy St. Louis
Liza it is a spectrum

43:14 to: Paula Naugle
@Sheri You are soooo right.

43:16 to: misterb200
My parents mostly speak Spanish. Are there translated, or CC'd versions for them in Spanish?

43:17 to: Jason Epstein
Great question Liz!

43:18 to: Sarah Sutter
@carol - funny! Love Treats. Great lunch.

43:30 to: roxanne clement
It's funny, when I survey mystudents in K-5 students are proud to say no one is watching them at home online, as a teacher, I want to have discussions with parents about how to be engaged with theri s

43:30 to: roxanne clement
tudents at this age while they are online

43:30 to: angelamaiers
We need to be collecting and taking about data like this at every grade and every school- great work getting the conversation going!

43:32 to: FredHickmon
good question MrB

43:33 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
I misheard and thought she said a "carrot" night, as in carrot and stick- instead of parent night.

43:37 to: Ashley
@angelamaiers we cant ignore it i agree but they can access it anywhere

43:41 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@angelamaiers -- you are so "right on" !

44:03 to: Peggy George
yes empowerment and education about internet safety and digital citizenship rather than just relying on filtering

44:05 to: Jason Epstein
I too agree @Angelamaiers

44:10 to: Liza Loop
I'm seeing quite a lot of addiction...

44:14 to: angelamaiers
@ Ashley- that is why they need us to mentor them, and why need our community to mentor us!

44:16 to: Jason Epstein
Amen Peggy!

44:27 to: roxanne clement
We need to teach our students how to think in a digital world

44:41 to: Jan Wells

44:53 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
The latest PEW study has parents talking, but not thinking... they heard the numbers and immediately said- too much time online

45:01 to: jackiegerstein
How about all of the above??

45:02 to: Joe Balvanz
They haven't caught me yet

45:03 to: Ashley
@angelamaiers and early! the younger the better

45:06 to: Sal
I am involved but I don't like it

45:11 to: carolteach4
I loved how they stressed that digital citizenship is taught directly "top down" from earliest age in China. However, they commented the "top down" approach wouldn't work in USA.

45:12 to: debschi
Went to a parent ws recently and I felt that general attitude was kids will do what ever it takes to get away with stuff online. I don't get that atitude, like parenting means stopping them.

45:12 to: Katherine Southmayd
@roxanne- i agree and i'm looking forward to learning more on how to do that

45:22 to: Peggy George
funny!! we always want an all of the above :-)

45:26 to: Liza Loop
You can visit my virtual museum in Second Life on Info Island.

45:26 to: Kim Caise
vote using the letters just below the participants window

45:32 to: Sal
I would rather a forum like this to speak

45:36 to: kyla
@roxanne my kids don't always know I am watching - but I am

45:36 to: Peggy George
publish the results :-)

45:39 to: jackiegerstein
What is your slurl Liza

45:42 to: Sarah Sutter
@peggy - yes, we need a combo option too.

45:42 to: FredHickmon
"D" is showing up as "E"

45:44 to: Peggy George
awesome Kim Flack!!!

45:47 to: Sabine
I started it is a learning curve and I do not have the time to learn all the tricks

45:49 to: Jason Epstein
I have made "digital citizenship" a part of our school culture and something that is spoken about regularly.

45:50 to: Jocelyn Wallace
@Sal curious what you don't like about it?

46:04 to: Sal
It feels really weird

46:05 to: Liza Loop
A is showing up as None...

46:06 to: Peggy George
very interesting!!

46:06 to: Sandy St. Louis
very interesting

46:13 to: Sal
I like reality

46:20 to: jackiegerstein
No reaction grid or WoW here - intereesting

46:29 to: Jocelyn Wallace
@Sal what is weird about it?

46:31 to: Jason Epstein
or just not admitted

46:32 to: FredHickmon
Great Job!!!

46:35 to: angelamaiers
Just heard 1st doctorate is now being offered in 2nd Life!

46:44 to: alicia_anderson
for those of you who answered "other".. I'm curious about where?

46:49 to: Sal
I don't like cartoons, maybe that has something to do with it

46:50 to: Peggy George
can you play the Sir Patrick video

47:01 to: Peggy George
I don't have control of plan :-)

47:08 to: Peggy George
This will make you think!!!

47:09 to: VEROCRI
i cant

47:18 to: carolteach4
My son is visiting his girlfriend in upstate New York this weekend -five hour drive for him and for her - they met in World of Warcraft

47:22 to: FredHickmon
I absolutely love this guy!

47:31 to: jackiegerstein
That is interesting Carol

47:33 to: Peggy George

47:37 to: angelamaiers
Love this guy!

47:42 to: VEROCRI
thx peggy

47:56 to: ramonapringle
@carolteach4- it would be great if you AND your son shared your stories with digital Nation...

47:57 to: Sarah Sutter
I saw him do his one-man show of A Christmas Carol in the 90's - absolutely amazing.

48:00 to: jackiegerstein
Me either!

48:04 to: hanood10
hanood10:having problems creating account in secondlife.com.?

48:04 to: Sandy St. Louis
emails are essential in his life!

48:09 to: carolteach4
I absolutely ADORE Patrick Stewart.

48:10 to: jackiegerstein
He is a perfect Twitter candidate

48:11 to: wordgirl
and remember, he was captured by the Borg on Star Trek

48:16 to: Kim Flack

48:21 to: Kim Caise
this may be a silly question but who is Partrick Stewart?

48:21 to: angelamaiers
Is life "reduced" to 140 characters or do we capture more life because it can be captured in 140 characters!

48:25 to: debschi
I'm a Twitter addict. I can't stop learning.

48:30 to: carolteach4
How wonderful to be able to hear from him personally.

48:41 to: ramonapringle
this is what we're hoping to hear from all of you on digital nation!

48:49 to: FredHickmon
I am a strick trekky and I fell that way about my Star Trek videos.

48:51 to: Larry Anderson
I love Twitter because I learn so much from Angela Maiers!

48:55 to: VEROCRI
luv him!

49:05 to: Sarah Sutter
@Larry - that's the case for so many of us! Go Angela!

49:11 to: angelamaiers
@Larry- AAAHH shucks!!! Twitter is my digital lifeline!!

49:16 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Live long and prosper...

49:32 to: Sandy St. Louis
Peggy can you bring up the comments?

49:38 to: Liza Loop
We are all exposed to addictive items. It's important to teach children about this possibility and support their ability to choose not to become addicted.

49:40 to: FredHickmon

49:40 to: Peggy George

49:40 to: Sabine
I do not twitter much anymore I spend to much time on it it is awesome and I look forward to the summer break

49:43 to: debschi
@angelamaiers Is this your twitter name?

50:03 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@Jason e -- totally agree -- we constantly talk about our online "voice"

50:03 to: carolteach4
I have really lost my way in Twitter. I haven't had time to keep up with it. I guess I'll just have to start anew - it takes hours for me to track back through all the wonderful resources the teachers

50:03 to: carolteach4
I follow drop into it.

50:17 to: Liza Loop
I agree completely. Patrick is modeling how to avoid addiction.

50:27 to: angelamaiers
Yes- @angelamaiers Twitter is a lifeline, it is an extraordinary community, and it is a real time HUMAN filtering tool in this mist of Infowhelm

50:35 to: Sandy St. Louis
love steve

50:43 to: misterb200
Steve is the man.

50:45 to: Sarah Sutter
It's not the tool, it's how we use the tool effectively for our personal needs.

50:49 to: angelamaiers
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE STEVE- he the man!!!

50:53 to: Paula Naugle
I am a Twitter addict. I learn so much there each day that I could stay on 24/7.

50:55 to: Sabine
twitter has given me a ton of resources but it can be an overload too

50:56 to: Sandy St. Louis

51:03 to: Liza Loop
It's important to balance the virtual and the real.

51:04 to: Jocelyn Wallace
i feel the love

51:04 to: Larry Anderson
Hmmm. Maybe a good future session would be to help some timid tweeters know how to organize their tweets so things don't seem so unmanageable.

51:06 to: misterb200
I am getting up nerve to take mic, when it is time. Thanks!

51:11 to: carolteach4
I am trying to get some of my fellow staff members to participate in these wonderful webinars of professional development. It is a very hard sell. They say they are too busy.

51:17 to: angelamaiers
@Sabine- think of Twitter as your human filter and search system

51:22 to: Kim Caise
will all of the videos be posted to conversations.net or just some of the videos?

51:35 to: Jocelyn Wallace
@misterb200 YOU GO

51:39 to: Tim 1
webinars are great for people that are too busy. Don't have to go somewhere.

51:41 to: FredHickmon
I agree that you guys have been succesful!

51:43 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
@carolteach4 No one has time- it's all about priorities

51:49 to: Sarah Sutter
@carolteach Have you thought about having a f2f group "watch" a recorded session after school? Maybe seeing value would spur participation live.

51:49 to: angelamaiers
@misterb200- Take it! You can soooo do this! it is really empowering- go for it!

52:05 to: Liza Loop
Yes, I'm reading a lot. I don't like to read online much.

52:06 to: FredHickmon
Not dumb just resourceful!

52:26 to: misterb200
Do I just start talking?

52:36 to: Liza Loop
Where would you like us to post our thoughts, again?

52:46 to: Tim 1
@liza- bookglutton.com- very cool way to read online, you should try it

52:47 to: Peggy George
we'll give you the mic in a sec :-)

52:55 to: misterb200

53:04 to: Kim Flack

53:11 to: Paula Naugle
Yes, I'm reading but even that has changed. I have Kindle on my iPhone and laptop. That is how I'm doing most of my reading.

53:13 to: Mukesh.CI
thanks for the link

53:18 to: FredHickmon
I don't have a mic

53:19 to: Kim Flack
yw ;)

53:36 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
RT this is what we are going to do for PD: Sarah Sutter: @carolteach Have you thought about having a f2f group "watch" a recorded session after school? Maybe seeing value would spur participation live

53:36 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)

53:39 to: Sandy St. Louis
no questions?

53:47 to: carolteach4
@Sarah sutter - my principal encourages me to share at faculty meetings - Perhaps I'll give that a try next faculty meeting - I only get about 10 minutes,.

53:49 to: Peggy George
click on the mic in the lower left corner misterb200

53:51 to: bigd Flanagan
bribe them with something

54:04 to: FredHickmon
Digg nation is great, it is my first oppurtunity and I Love it!

54:05 to: Peggy George
we can't hear you

54:09 to: DimitrisTzouris
Thank yiu

54:12 to: Peggy George

54:12 to: DimitrisTzouris
thank you

54:12 to: angelamaiers
We need virtual chocolate!

54:13 to: FredHickmon
I don't have a mic

54:13 to: Liza Loop

54:16 to: Adolfo Arrieta
I don't have a mic

54:21 to: angelamaiers
YEAH!!! We can hear you!

54:31 to: Kim Caise
okay fred, go ahead and type your question or comment in the chat

54:33 to: FredHickmon
angleamaiers: I agree

54:37 to: Katherine Southmayd
way to go mister b!

54:47 to: jackiegerstein
@angela - see Durff about virtual chocolate and coffee -

54:51 to: FredHickmon
Alright Mr. B

55:01 to: angelamaiers
She is my number one source!!

55:14 to: carolteach4
I do have two or three teachers who are coming aboard, and they are helping me to spread the word.

55:19 to: Jason Epstein
do you think this might be a symptom of young teachers being taught to teach by non-digital teachers?

55:44 to: FredHickmon
I am a teacher and need a site to walk me through and online learning community.

55:47 to: Liza Loop
Teacher overwhelm may not be a result of the technology. It is a feature of schools. We should be using technology to relieve teachers, not make their jobs more difficult.

55:48 to: bigd Flanagan
good point Jason

55:50 to: ymatixft
I find that until undergraduate teacher programs integrate tech. new teachers will continue to feel overwhelmed.

55:50 to: misterb200
Thanks all.

55:50 to: Peggy George
these are such important conversations to be having!!! the video clips will give you lots of things to think and talk about

55:59 to: Mike Roth
Fred, feed those staff members with links to web sites and offer to share with them during free time; some will come around.

56:03 to: Ashley
My computer keeps freezing up ...I am not disapproving SORRY

56:08 to: debschi
I'm interning in a MS. Total reluctance to tech anything-I don't get it! Sometimes I think it's about giving up control.

56:10 to: Peggy George
thank you for raising your hands to speak!! love hearing from you

56:14 to: angelamaiers
@Jason- I think it is less about who and who is not digital- it is more who and who not is willing to be a LEARNER- willing to be wrong- willing to take a risk-- willing to "take the mic"

56:30 to: Peggy George
that is great advice!!!!

56:31 to: Paula Naugle
@angeliamaiers No durff so no virtual coffee or chocolate.

56:36 to: carolteach4
I got Google Apps for schools initiated at our middle school, and that is such a terrific tool and so student driven that it has been helpful in spreading use of technology and collaboration at our sc

56:36 to: carolteach4

56:49 to: Kim Caise
start small, share and grow together as a community

56:53 to: FredHickmon
I hate to sound silly but I use google-groups is that okay?

56:56 to: debschi
Wolud love to use 23 things as a PD w/staff.

56:57 to: misterb200
I've see Google Apps work wonders too.

56:57 to: Shamblesguru 2
Quatifying and visualising your individual/personal learning network PLN ... is a survival strategy that I found to be very effective myself, PLN ... personal life jackets ... swim don't sink

56:58 to: Jocelyn Wallace
yes, like mrb200! make mistakes w the mic because then you learn!

57:00 to: misterb200
Thank you!!!!

57:05 to: Sarah Sutter
Some still don't know what they don't know - keep spreading the word and when they are ready to hear it they'll find something that hooks them.

57:08 to: kristen abbey
@Liza Loop--You are so right!

57:13 to: Sal
no sound

57:15 to: Peggy George
not hearing you

57:19 to: carolteach4
Boy, am I glad we'll be able to access this chat later; I am having a hard time keeping up and listening as well.

57:25 to: Sandy St. Louis

57:25 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
I got one of the veteran teachers at my school to subscribe to a group on diigo. I was sending him links for months, and he finally asked me where I was getting them. Now he can do it on his own.

57:26 to: Jason Epstein
Good point Angela, but i know I am finding it difficult to create a culture where failure is an option. It seems as if there are so many still scared to fail.

57:32 to: Sandy St. Louis
lost you

57:37 to: Dev
Backchanneling is an acquired skill.

57:40 to: Peggy George
we will post the recording to this session very soon after the show is over :-)

57:49 to: angelamaiers
Failure is your ONLY option for success in this space!

57:51 to: lbomster
we also need to be sure to use these tools in ways support student learning~not just stick the technology in for its bling value

57:53 to: roxanne clement

57:53 to: Dev
Yes! I libe Classroom 2.0 archives.

57:58 to: roxanne clement
's ok I'll comment later

58:10 to: Sarah Sutter
Failure is a key component to learning that has to be reintroduced to school culture as a positive.

58:20 to: Dev
agree @ Sarah

58:27 to: Jason Epstein
YES! Sarah!

58:30 to: Kim Caise
try the audio setup wizard. we will continue to take comments or questions in a bit

58:31 to: FredHickmon
she is going in and out, Now I use google groups through gmail isthat okay?

58:38 to: Sara Sparks
i also agree @sarah

58:47 to: Larry Anderson
Are you available via Ichat?

58:50 to: Liza Loop
We need to seriously evaluate what is best presented to learners through digital/distance technologies and what needs to be experienced face to face.

58:51 to: Kim Flack
what an incredible offer! thank you!

58:58 to: FredHickmon
How can I get in touch?

59:02 to: Bruce Neal
Thanks Sandy, Kim and Ramona! Great JOB!

59:06 to: Peggy George
our recordings will be posted here soon: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

59:07 to: Sarah Sutter
We've got two 45 min slots scheduled for teachers to watch dig nat together in the library. Discussion scheduled for a late start. Will be posting link to this recording too!

59:09 to: ramonapringle

59:13 to: FredHickmon
I need help!

59:13 to: bigd Flanagan
thanks all

59:14 to: misterb200
Thank you all! Have to leave for a Charter School Startup Meeting!! This was wonderful!!!! :)

59:15 to: Gary
Thansk for a great discussion

59:19 to: Jason Epstein
This was fantastic! Sorry I was late! :(

59:25 to: DimitrisTzouris
Thank you all very much!

59:26 to: angelamaiers
This was GREAT! Thanks everyone- what an incredible learning expereince for me and my students! Have a GREAT day from Iowa!

59:29 to: Kim Flack
ty all so much for coming!

59:31 to: Paula Naugle
Thank you everyone.

59:35 to: misterb200
Buy carolteach and dimitris and thanks all for encouragement.

59:44 to: Peggy George
I'm very excited to have Colleen King with us to share her elementary math resources!! They are fabulous, free and online

59:46 to: Jocelyn Wallace
what a great community!

59:48 to: jackiegerstein
You were my first choice as a lot is going on today - livestreams of: A Colorado Conversation http://ow.ly/19q5K and #TEDxAustin - http://ow.ly/19q5v

59:48 to: DimitrisTzouris
@DimitrisTzouris <- my twitter

59:48 to: Paula Naugle
Math Playground is awesome.

59:49 to: Katherine Southmayd
thank you so much! i look forward to doing more of these!

59:53 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
Good, I love Colleen- inspiration for non math oriented people like me

59:54 to: Sabine
Thank you so much. I loved the brodcast

59:56 to: ramonapringle
If you want to participate and have any questions, you can reach the Dig_Nat team via YourDigitalNation@gmail.com and we'll help!

59:58 to: lbomster
Sarah, you are so correct. our students need to be feel safe to struggle in their learning so that they are able to both succeed and fail (and go on to learn)

1:00:07 to: Paula Naugle
@plnaugle on Twitter.

1:00:09 to: misterb200
my class is at http://liechtysharks.org

1:00:19 to: angelamaiers
@angelamaiers on Twitter

1:00:21 to: VEROCRI
thx guys!!! really juicy experience

1:00:23 to: misterb200
school website my kids created at http://liechtysharks.org/jlmsonline

1:00:26 to: ramonapringle
And follow us on Twitter @dig__nat

1:00:29 to: debschi
Thanks guys. Need to do lots of school work today!

1:00:30 to: Sarah Sutter
@lbomster Students AND teachers! :)

1:00:31 to: Jason Epstein
@epstein27 < twitter

1:00:36 to: Jen Balvanz
I am so glad Angela has given us the key to a whole new community of learners!

1:00:38 to: Kim Flack
Faces of America!!! :D another great PBS production!

1:00:38 to: angelamaiers
Thanks Ramona! Great work guys!

1:00:45 to: FredHickmon
fredhikcmon@gmail.com to anyone that can help me.

1:00:47 to: Liza Loop
Check out www.wikispaces.org/openeducativesystems

1:00:56 to: Peggy George
remember you can find all of the links for today's show in our gl.am link: http://gl.am/g14fb

1:00:58 to: ramonapringle
Thanks for coming!

1:00:58 to: misterb200
I'm @misterb200 < twitter

1:01:03 to: roxanne clement
Sorry about that...I jus think that its' always about thinking and learning...and technology is a tool to assist....my kids run to books aafter everyone online activity we do to find out more.

1:01:05 to: carolteach4
@misterb200 - thanks, I will check out those sites!

1:01:19 to: Peggy George
if you want a PD certificate for today be sure to fill in the survey with your name and email

1:01:23 to: debschi
Classroom 2,0 is aesome!

1:01:35 to: bigd Flanagan

1:01:39 to: roxanne clement
session was terrific

1:01:45 to: Peggy George
some people just like to post the certificates on their walls to let people know they are life long learners

1:01:47 to: Jan Wells
@janwells on twitter

1:01:49 to: debschi
that's awesome!

1:01:54 to: Maureen (bcdtech)
Thank you! Digital Nation is an amazing project

1:02:00 to: Paula Naugle
Thanks Sandy, Kim, amd Ramona.

1:02:04 to: debschi
@debschi on twitter

1:02:14 to: marifee
thanks for this wonderful session

1:02:17 to: carolteach4
Thanks to everyone - moderators, presenters, and folks in the chat - very exciting. I'm almost eager to go back to school on Monday,

1:02:20 to: Mike Roth
Thanks to Steve H, guests, and participants. Great session.

1:02:33 to: Adolfo Arrieta
Thank you, it was a very interesting session.

1:02:44 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Thanks Sandy, Kim, amd Ramona and CR20 Live

1:02:46 to: Liza Loop
My mic never works when I want it...

1:02:50 to: jackiegerstein
Loved all of the interaction today! Off to Texas and Colorado for the rest of the afernoon

1:02:52 to: Eileen K
Peggy I haven't been receiving the PD certificates

1:02:53 to: jackiegerstein
THis was great

1:02:56 to: Peggy George
when you log out of elluminate today the survey will pop up

1:03:07 to: FredHickmon

1:03:07 to: carolteach4
I am really thinking about making a video for Digital Nation.

1:03:18 to: Kim Flack
wonderful carol!

1:03:24 to: Katherine Southmayd
awesome carol!

1:03:24 to: Sandy St. Louis
carol teach you should definitely make a video!

1:03:25 to: hanood10
hanood10:having problems creating account in secondlife.com?

1:03:26 to: Peggy George
if you add your email to the survey you should get a certificate. if you are missing one you requested, please email me. pgeorge@mac.com

1:03:27 to: Liza Loop
Is anyone working on figuring out what parts of the curriculum are best communicated face to face and what can be done through distance media?

1:03:30 to: marifee
where is the survey??

1:03:32 to: FredHickmon
I need to know where I can find elementary information on online learnning communities.

1:03:33 to: roxanne clement
Kim, how do we contact you?

1:03:38 to: Lorna Costantini
Thanks everyone for joining us today

1:03:45 to: Kim Flack

1:03:45 to: marifee
Thanks to you

1:03:54 to: Peggy George
@carolteach4--definitely submit a video!!!! and get some of your students to tell their tech stories on video!!

1:04:05 to: Eileen K
Thanks Peggy

1:04:09 to: FredHickmon
Yes Me!

1:04:32 to: carolteach4
@Peggy - I have one young lady in mind who posts a lot of videos of her drawing process on YouTube.

1:04:39 to: Peggy George
it's so hard to follow the chat and listen too :-)

1:04:53 to: Liza Loop
IF we can answer this it will go a lot to help relieve teacher overwhelm because students will advance at their own speed.

1:05:07 to: carolteach4
@Peggy - ditto about hard to follow

1:05:13 to: Mukesh.CI
Thank you for this wonderful learing and discussion session

1:05:16 to: carolteach4
It's great, however.

1:05:18 to: FredHickmon
thanks guys!

1:05:24 to: Peggy George
our biggest hurdle in AZ is to get people to submit videos :-)

1:05:34 to: Eileen K
I know that writing conferences in my classes work best face to face for elementary students

1:05:49 to: Peggy George
we are offering flip video cameras for the top 5 contributions--voted on by all participants

1:05:52 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
Fred try pbworks.com

1:06:00 to: Liza Loop
I've been working on this since 1975 and have a lot of answers. Please ask me what I've discovered. I disagree with what Kim is saying now but honor her opinion.

1:06:20 to: Liza Loop
Most of what we are doing in online teaching, not online learning.

1:06:29 to: roxanne clement
Where are the standards from they will be suing?

1:06:33 to: Sal
is there anything beside moodle that is free

1:06:43 to: roxanne clement

1:06:45 to: Peggy George
@Liza Loop--interesting point!

1:06:50 to: carolteach4
Google Apps for Schools is a great free resource.

1:06:51 to: Kim Flack

1:06:54 to: Sal
is there anything beside moodle that is free

1:07:37 to: Peggy George
@Sal--you can use Twiddla and DimDim for online video conferencing with students but they aren't really a LMS

1:08:05 to: Liza Loop
We need to distinguish between classroom use and independent learning use.

1:08:08 to: Sal
Thanks. I don't have a server so I can't use Moodle

1:08:09 to: Sherry
what was the link to the online teacher resources besides nicol

1:08:15 to: Kim Flack
i think this is it: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/digitalnation/learning/literacy/friending-boo-radley.html

1:08:15 to: Peggy George
all of the online learning modules are here: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/digitalnation/resources/

1:08:24 to: Peggy George
thanks Kim!!

1:09:00 to: Lorna Costantini
@Sal there are free hosted Moodle sources

1:09:06 to: Kim Flack
would love that!!

1:09:06 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
There are places that will host your moodle courses

1:09:09 to: carolteach4
One of our English teachers had her students use Google Sites to create a complete study guide to Steinbeck's The Pearl. It is a terrific resource. I am hoping to have her make the site "public" so I

1:09:09 to: carolteach4
can share it out.

1:09:09 to: roxanne clement

1:09:23 to: Peggy George
you are all welcome to join the AZ Digital Nation Ning even if you aren't from AZ--would be great to have you sharing resources and conversation there!! You just can't participate in the video contest

1:09:23 to: Peggy George
--so sorry!

1:09:23 to: Lorna Costantini
Take a look at our shows last year re: Moodle

1:09:38 to: Peggy George

1:09:51 to: Sandy St. Louis

1:10:17 to: Liza Loop
It's so frustrating to hear the same questions being addressed for 35 years...

1:10:48 to: Kim Flack

1:10:52 to: Sandy St. Louis

1:10:56 to: Sandy St. Louis
thanks kim

1:11:07 to: Peggy George
this is Bubbe's video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4ewxRWr-1o

1:11:08 to: Mukesh.CI
@liza I agree

1:11:09 to: Liza Loop
I invite any interested participants to join http://openeducativesystems.wikispaces.com/

1:11:26 to: Peggy George
it's called Feed Me Bubbe and is delightful!!!!

1:11:39 to: Peggy George
thanks for sharing your link Liza!!

1:11:46 to: Kim Flack
just a famous Grandmother :)

1:12:15 to: Peggy George
you'll see many of our PLN colleagues with video stories that they told during NECC last year

1:12:43 to: Liza Loop
Is there a way to sort this chat into treads so we can identify folks with common interests?

1:12:46 to: ramonapringle
say E!!

1:12:51 to: Liza Loop

1:12:58 to: carolteach4
I've alread watched the video in full - so I checked C, but it will actually be B,C, and D

1:13:13 to: Peggy George
I have to change mine to all :-)

1:13:20 to: Sherry

1:13:22 to: Paula Naugle
I'm with @carolteach4.

1:13:29 to: Peggy George
please submit videos!!!!

1:13:44 to: Liza Loop
Why are videos so important?

1:13:53 to: Kim Flack
oh! please share the diigo URL?

1:13:56 to: Peggy George
any of you can share links in our diigo group

1:13:56 to: Paula Naugle
@carolteach4 What do you teach?

1:14:01 to: Peggy George

1:14:04 to: roxanne clement
diigo group link?

1:14:21 to: Liza Loop
NOt the involvement, specifically video.

1:14:23 to: carolteach4
I am a former English teacher, but now I am the computer technology integration specialist - use that word loosely

1:14:26 to: Peggy George
the video stories are so important because they help to raise awareness of value and issues with technology

1:14:33 to: Peggy George
great conversation starters!!

1:14:44 to: Paula Naugle
@carolteach4 What ages?

1:14:46 to: Kim Flack
it really it!! it left more questions

1:14:48 to: Peggy George
they aren't all cheerleading types of videos--many raise questions

1:15:04 to: Peggy George
you can find appropriate videos for all age groups there

1:15:20 to: carolteach4
I came back to full-time teaching as the computer teacher at 50, and I'm finishing my 12th year. I love every moment; it is so exciting.

1:15:24 to: Liza Loop
Videos give the impression of validity. We need much more thoughtful research.

1:15:30 to: Becky
I missed the digo group link :-(

1:15:39 to: Peggy George
we do some really valuable deep thinking when we listen to points of view that are different from ours

1:16:00 to: carolteach4
@Paula - 12 and 13 years old, mainly - grades 7 and 8

1:16:01 to: Peggy George

1:16:27 to: Paula Naugle
@carolteach4 LOL I didn't mean your age, but thanks for sharing that. I'm well over 50 too. I meant age of your students.

1:16:54 to: Peggy George
we really need to continue to get the message out about the importance of teaching kids digital citizenship and internet safety! it goes beyond parent control and monitoring

1:17:12 to: Liza Loop
What's the difference between a parent who believes he/she "can't" control kid compared with parents who "choose not to" control or "don't know how to" control?

1:17:30 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
@paula: we're still engaged teachers because we are young in heart

1:17:37 to: Peggy George
don't you love to watch a video and talk to someone about it?? I do! so much more valuable if you talk about it

1:17:56 to: Paula Naugle
@sheri edwards You are absolutely right.

1:18:10 to: carolteach4
@Paula - I volunteered my age willingly - before answering your question about age of kids I work with. I find that my participation in the digital world keeps me energized and excited about my abilit

1:18:10 to: carolteach4
y to work with kids.

1:18:16 to: Peggy George
I want to be like Bubbe when I grow up :-)

1:18:39 to: VEROCRI
mee too!!!

1:18:41 to: Liza Loop
The whole attitude that videos might "do dammage" implies a bias that is questionable.

1:18:51 to: Paula Naugle
I have retired and returned to work because of technology. I love teaching with it.

1:19:03 to: Peggy George
this has been fantastic!! thank you all for sharing in the chat!!

1:19:08 to: ramonapringle
I have to get going... But you can reach me at YourDigitalNation@gmail.com or over Twitter @dig_nat

1:19:16 to: Peggy George
Thank you Sandy, Ramona and Kim Flack!!! Super information!!

1:19:16 to: Paula Naugle
@PeggyGeorge Me too!

1:19:25 to: Kim Flack
thank you all so much! i have to run - my own digital natives here are restless

1:19:36 to: Peggy George
as soon as everyone logs out of the room we can start processing the recording :-)

1:19:38 to: Liza Loop
I"d like to continue to contribute concepts and hypotheses to this discussion.

1:19:44 to: Jan Wells
This has been wonderfu. Thank you so much.

1:19:45 to: carolteach4
My husband just said, "Ah, Mrs.Stanley........." I think it's time to rejoin him in the face to face world.

1:19:52 to: Kim Flack
Sandy & Ramona I am so excited you were able to participate... thank you so much!

1:19:57 to: Paula Naugle
Bye everyone. Have a great weekend.

1:20:01 to: Kim Caise
YourDigitalNation@gmail.com or over Twitter @dig_nat

1:20:02 to: Peggy George
have a great weekend everyone!!

1:20:15 to: Kim Flack
Peggy, Kim, & Lorna - always a stellar morning @ Classroom 2.0

1:20:18 to: Peggy George

1:20:23 to: carolteach4
This has been really stimulating, and I can hardly wait to do more exploring of sites mentioned here.

1:20:33 to: Liza Loop
Thanks for your fine work on this. Keep up your enthusiasm.

1:20:34 to: Lorna Costantini
thanks for a great show KIm Sandy and Ramona

1:20:40 to: Peggy George
follow #dig_nat on twitter--I have a column in my tweetdeck :-)

1:20:44 to: Peggy George
Thank you all!!!!

1:20:44 to: roxanne clement
thank you so much...

1:20:44 to: Liza Loop

1:20:45 to: Eileen K
Thank you everyone.. Great information

1:20:47 to: carolteach4
I am so thankful to Steve Hargadon for keeping me in tune with all that's going on.

1:21:09 to: Sheri Edwards (grammasheri)
RT: carolteach4: I am so thankful to Steve Hargadon for keeping me in tune with all that's going on.

1:21:09 to: carolteach4
By, everyone! Thanks to all.

1:21:18 to: Peggy George
Steve Hargadon is an incredible mentor to all of us!!

1:21:22 to: Mukesh.CI
Thnks every one for the nice session ..........Bye

1:21:24 to: VEROCRI
by, bye!!!