CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE - July 10, 2010

00:15 to: Peggy George
Here we go!! Excited to have this conversation with all of you!!

00:30 to: Steve Hargadon

00:31 to: Paula Naugle
Hi Peggy it was so great to see you at ISTE.

00:35 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning Angela!!

00:54 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Good morning

00:58 to: kas
Good morning from Colorado

01:02 to: Peggy George
Hi Maureen!! I loved getting to see you at ISTE!! You are such a great "old" friend!

01:04 to: Ricardo E valenzuela Ruiz
Hello all

01:15 to: Peggy George
Hi Ricardo. Welcome!!

01:17 to: Gisele Cordero
Hola Ricardo

01:23 to: kas
Hi Steve, I love that I finally got to meet you at ISTE

01:32 to: Peggy George
it's great to have all of you with us today! Welcome!

01:34 to: Paula Naugle
Good morning to everyone I got to meet f2f at ISTE.

01:45 to: Shawn
Was the Classroom 2.0 session at ISTE recorded?

01:45 to: Ricardo E valenzuela Ruiz
Ty all Mexico City here

01:48 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning Paula!!

01:54 to: LisaThumann
Morning all

01:59 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Good morning. Very strange- Chrome would not launch the elluminate room- some java error, but FF worked.

02:02 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
joining you from Manasquan, NJ

02:11 to: Peggy George
@Shawn-the Classroom 20 Birds of Feather session?

02:13 to: kas
Maureen - Chrome worked for me

02:16 to: Shawn

02:19 to: Kim Caise
yes Shawn. i posted the chat log and mp3 on our website last night

02:24 to: Shawn

02:29 to: Peggy George
strange Maureen! I'm using Chrome today

02:33 to: Kim Caise

02:34 to: Paula Naugle
Yes Maureen I'm on Chrome.

02:57 to: Peggy George
love seeing these red dots!!! :-)

02:57 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@kas- hmmm I have no idea- After the show I will go back and see if I need to do something with Java on chrome

03:05 to: John Peters
Amarillo, Texas

03:09 to: Gabie
Mexico City

03:16 to: Steve Hargadon
Chrome downloads the file, but then you have to open...

03:18 to: Anne Dotson
Seattle, WA

03:19 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning Maureen!!

03:23 to: Peggy George
very North American centric today!

03:23 to: Bob S.
Cheyenne, Wy

03:25 to: kimt az
phx/glendale az

03:30 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Hello from near Louisville, KY

03:37 to: Gisele Cordero
Hard to point such a small country LOL

03:43 to: Steve Hargadon
@Peggy: But ISTE is an international show! :)

03:46 to: McTeach (Karen)
Yay! Good morning Angela!!!

03:47 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Steve- I know, but when I clicked on it- I got an error- I will play with it later

04:05 to: Peggy George
I know that Steve--our internation friends must be busy today!!

04:06 to: Steve Hargadon
@maureen: interesting...

04:09 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Good morning Karen.

04:35 to: Peggy George
the ISTE conference is the highlight of my year every year!! :-)

04:49 to: Paula Naugle
I agree Peggy.

05:04 to: Peggy George
Hi Lisa Thumann--you'll see your pic in our Animoto soon :-)

05:06 to: John Peters
Hi @Paula

05:14 to: LisaThumann
uh oh

05:15 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
So happy that it's in the 70s and raining today. It's been so hot and dry.

05:25 to: christinab
through twitter...counted that as virtual participation

05:30 to: Peggy George
funny-I attended in person but also participated in many things virtually :-)

05:40 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I did the same Peggy

05:41 to: LisaThumann
PEggy - you are EVERYWHERE

05:52 to: Peggy George
many of us watched the keynote speeches in the Blogger's Cafe--that was virtual :-)

06:03 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Peggy I will be catching up on some of the things that were recorded that I missed when I was there

06:09 to: McTeach (Karen)
I'm working on it.

06:11 to: Peggy George
blog post still coming...

06:12 to: kas
No blog yet - had to set up my Costa Rica Crew Trip wiki first

06:43 to: Steve Hargadon
I posted the schedule of virtual events...

06:43 to: Kim Caise

06:43 to: LisaThumann

06:43 to: Paula Naugle
I've been catching up on sessions I missed.

06:43 to: Gisele Cordero
Hi Kas. Count me in

06:43 to: Shawn

06:44 to: Peggy George
it takes me a year to go back and catch all of the things I missed from the conference!!

06:44 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Eventually...working on US History curriculum first.

06:44 to: John Peters

06:47 to: Shawn
Also put it in a podcast, put that in also?

06:48 to: Peggy George
I'm still uploading pics--have about 700 of them!!

06:49 to: LisaThumann
Hi Shawn - Thanks for the link abck

06:54 to: LisaThumann

06:57 to: Peggy George
yes Shawn!! podcasts too!!!!!

07:00 to: Shawn
@Lisa, my pleasure.

07:02 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
had an emergency appendectomy on Monday which set me back in my ability to post to my blog

07:05 to: Shawn

07:09 to: Shawn

07:10 to: Paula Naugle

07:14 to: Peggy George
a link is a compilation of all of the links we share during our show

07:16 to: kas
Sandra - ouch! rest

07:17 to: LisaThumann
Sandy- hope you are feeling better

07:24 to: Peggy George

07:25 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
i've read some of your posts though, they have been great

07:38 to: Peggy George
that's the link for today's show and I'll add all of your blog posts

07:53 to: John Peters
I hear a dog barking?

07:53 to: Peggy George

07:55 to: kas
My dog perked up at your dog's bark :-)

07:56 to: McTeach (Karen)
And another party heard from...

08:05 to: Peggy George

08:11 to: Peggy George
the animoto is on both of those links

08:16 to: Steve Hargadon
Anyone ever done a virtual/Elluminate show just with dogs?

08:19 to: Paula Naugle
Thanks to Kim Caise for all her work on getting the ISTE Unplugged sessions archived and listed on the site.

08:22 to: Steve Hargadon
Webcams looking at each other?

08:27 to: Steve Hargadon

08:42 to: Peggy George
click on play

09:04 to: Kim Caise
sorry, max wanted to talk!

09:09 to: Paula Naugle
I loved my first EBC. Great format and great conversations.

09:11 to: christinab
was the glam url with several blogs just created now? or previously?

09:16 to: kimt az
For once Peggy is in some of the pictures!

09:21 to: Peggy George
the links are prepared ahead of time

09:26 to: christinab
excellent format! wow!

09:31 to: Paula Naugle
I recognize those faces- great members of our PLN.

09:36 to: Shawn
iTunes: Website: (audio at end of show notes)

09:37 to: Peggy George
did you see the blue bear walking around?

09:37 to: kimt az
what a glorious way to share memories...I am getting goosebumps!

09:42 to: Peggy George
me too Kim!!

09:47 to: John Peters
I just saw a picture of my bald head in the YouTube video!

09:52 to: Peggy George

09:55 to: Paula Naugle
LOL John.

10:00 to: kimt az
thanks Peggy!!!!

10:02 to: Peggy George
that phone booth was so funny--you just stepped inside to tell your tech story on video

10:07 to: Paula Naugle
That was great. I miss ISTE.

10:07 to: LisaThumann
Nice - thanks for sharing!

10:10 to: Peggy George
you're welcome!! hope you enjoyed it

10:16 to: Kim Caise
beautiful job Peggy!

10:16 to: Peggy George

10:21 to: Dotty
Glad to see everyone who survived ISTE 2010

10:26 to: Paula Naugle
Woohoo. Thanks Peggy.

10:28 to: John Peters
Yea Peggy!

10:28 to: McTeach (Karen)
Perfect music for it!

10:33 to: Debbie Salahi
Thanks, great job!

10:35 to: Peggy George
there are tons more pics on the flickr group pool---link is in the links

10:41 to: Paula Naugle
Hi Steve.

11:10 to: Peggy George
the istevision site is where you can view lots of recorded sessions from the conference

11:34 to: Peggy George
my cup is "half full"--always love the conference!!

11:50 to: kas
My only concern was there were too many great sessions and I couldn't get to them all!

12:00 to: scottmerrick
I assume it was good. Yep I have 'em

12:02 to: sr

12:05 to: kimt az
ISTE rep said over 12,000

12:05 to: Dwight Farris (AZ)

12:05 to: John Peters

12:06 to: Peggy George
I have the official figures-I'll get them

12:08 to: LisaThumann

12:10 to: Peggy George
yes 17,500

12:10 to: scottmerrick

12:13 to: kimt az

12:18 to: connect2jamie
I was a virtual participant, and I think that is a major strength of ISTE. Would have given an A, except that I think all keynotes should be streamed. :/

12:20 to: kimt az
said they had more exhibitors this year

12:21 to: scottmerrick
that includes all

12:21 to: Peggy George
Hi Scott!! Did you see your pic in the Animoto?

12:26 to: scottmerrick
no lol

12:26 to: Paula Naugle
I saw just over 12,000 attendees. Heard it was down.

12:30 to: Dotty
This was my 14th conference and it seemed like a lot of overlap

12:30 to: Peggy George
about the same as last year

12:40 to: scottmerrick
url for animoto?, down a bit from DC

12:42 to: christinab
wow! i knew it was huge, b/c my twitter was constantly moving with updates

12:47 to: scottmerrick
but not as much as one might expect

12:47 to: kas
Not usually able to attend - only because in Colorado

12:49 to: kimt az
actually - ARRA funds help to bring in more people

12:51 to: connect2jamie
LOVE that ISTE is as open to virtual participants as it is. That is fantastic!

12:54 to: Paula Naugle
I had to pay my own way this year.

12:56 to: kimt az
edublogger con!!!!!!!

13:01 to: scottmerrick
We had several hundred in Second Life :)

13:01 to: Arthene Baskin
I wasn't there but the little bit I know I like.

13:02 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
The people!!

13:02 to: Paula Naugle
EBC ws my best.

13:03 to: McTeach (Karen)
Meeting my PLN face to face!

13:04 to: LisaThumann
personal connections as always

13:06 to: joycevalenza

13:07 to: kas
Paula - I always have to pay my own way

13:13 to: Peggy George
12,792 registered attendees

4,781 exhibit personnel

16,500-plus simultaneous wireless connections

801 international attendees from 63 countries

13:15 to: joycevalenza
things i could get into

13:15 to: connect2jamie
The panel discussion w/ Shaun Koh, education secretary

13:19 to: kimt az
my first time at edublogger and love it

13:20 to: Bob Caro
Concurrent sessions were 30min apart - easier to get from one to the next one

13:22 to: Julia Poole
meeting up with my International friends

13:23 to: Angela (kyteacher)

13:25 to: kas
Meeting Brandon Lutz from the Follow Me Project

13:27 to: Paula Naugle
Then meeting members of my awesome PLN.

13:27 to: kimt az
networking, as always

13:28 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
Connections with PLN

13:29 to: Jane Lofton
Watching virtually, the two Smackdowns were wonderful.

13:31 to: Peggy George
absolutely the connections, conversations, people

13:31 to: Julia Poole
Learning what others are doing

13:31 to: joycevalenza
yes, steve!

13:35 to: kimt az

13:35 to: scottmerrick
I missed edubloggercon completely due to the SIG leadership day :(

13:38 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
Better location for student poster sessions

13:44 to: Shawn
The "Birds of a Feather" Classroom 2.0 was good/practical.

13:46 to: joycevalenza
sorry, scott

13:47 to: Peggy George
loved both smackdowns--SIGMS and Edubloggercon

13:49 to: John Peters
Can't rais my hand! Edubloggercon & the Blogger's Cafe!

13:51 to: Carlos38205
Lots of great tools and resources

13:51 to: connect2jamie
Chris Lehmann's presentations were awesome too!

13:51 to: scottmerrick
url for animoto?

13:56 to: Paula Naugle
Didn't do too many sessions, but the was I did were very informative.

14:01 to: kimt az
i normally attend affiliate meetings, bowed out this year

14:05 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I felt like there was nothing new this year... many sessions are at an entry level- not much above that.

14:06 to: librarian_tiff
SIGMS smackdown was the best!

14:08 to: Paula Naugle
Love the Blogger's Cafe.

14:16 to: scottmerrick
I made not one session due to my being gloriously stuck in the VE playground

14:16 to: connect2jamie
keynote wasn't a high point.

14:19 to: John Peters
The Opening Session on Sunday!

14:26 to: Paula Naugle
I tried to connect with newbies. Had a hard time with that.

14:26 to: Bob Caro
No concurrent sessions were scheduled during the keynotes - forcing attendees to be at the keynotes

14:27 to: connect2jamie
opening keynote, that is

14:27 to: joycevalenza
mean door guards

14:28 to: LisaThumann

14:33 to: scottmerrick
thx Lisa

14:35 to: kimt az
keynote - poor slideshow, great message!

14:38 to: McTeach (Karen)
Didn't like getting kept out of a ticketed session because I was there 4 mins early and not 5

14:38 to: sr
felt like it was the same as last year

14:38 to: kas
I think people got caught up in the vendors and missed some great sessions.

14:44 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
there were informal gatherings that were more valuable than the formal sessions

14:46 to: Peggy George
I only went to things I wanted to so no disappointments for me

14:50 to: sarahjane
animoto -

14:58 to: joycevalenza
i felt so conflicted

15:02 to: kas

15:02 to: LisaThumann
no problem Scott :)

15:08 to: joycevalenza
hey lisa!

15:21 to: John Peters
I don't think he really related to education and US!

15:23 to: Meredith Johnson
cute kas

15:24 to: Peggy George
it was very interesting to watch the audience reaction in Blogger's Cafe when they talked about the selection of the final keynote speaker who was selected by crowdsourcing

15:24 to: kimt az
wasn't he voted on by iste members?

15:25 to: LisaThumann
Hi Joyce -can't wait for #BLC10 this week and #ebce10 as well on Monday

15:27 to: kas
Karen - I missed a session, too, as I got there right at the starting time after flying in from Costa Rica the night before!

15:34 to: joycevalenza
so excited, lisa!

15:41 to: Peggy George
just the final keynote was selected by iste members

15:45 to: joycevalenza
we weren't nice

15:47 to: kimt az
thanks for the clarification

15:51 to: connect2jamie
In a conference as open as this one is, I think it should be a given that the keynote speakers agree to streaming.

15:52 to: Dotty
I don't remember the keynote speaker being on the list we voted for.

15:54 to: kimt az
joyce - you are so right

15:55 to: LisaThumann
no we weren't nice - mob mentality

16:03 to: kimt az
audience - some bad behavior

16:06 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Altho I sat thru the entire keynote- and agree that he had an important message- a keynote- esp the beginning should be uplifting- not the world is ending

16:09 to: Paula Naugle
So many good things that overlapped.

16:11 to: Peggy George
lots more opportunities for food around the convention center (compared to last year)

16:16 to: Bob Caro
The exhibit floor opened too late - would have liked to see 8am instead of 9:30

16:17 to: John Peters
ISTE did a great job with the conference as a whole

16:23 to: McTeach (Karen)
kas...unfortunately it was the one I really wanted to go to!

16:23 to: joycevalenza
i couldn't figure out how to blog or think about it

16:25 to: connect2jamie
The other keynotes were streamed though

16:30 to: christinab
the backchannel chat re: keynote was a good example of what one wouldn't want as a presenter! yikes!

16:31 to: John Peters
I liked the cupcakes

16:32 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Lisa- I'm coming down for EBCE on MOnday

16:35 to: librarian_tiff
Those popsicles were dangerous, though!

16:35 to: kas
Karen - me too - it was on global collaboration

16:35 to: Paula Naugle
Nut station was awesome.

16:39 to: Peggy George
that nut station was incredible!!! the smells drew me in!!

16:40 to: joycevalenza
love the availability of the video archive

16:42 to: Dotty
The opening reception was great and the food was delicious.

16:51 to: Shawn
hehe, there was a perpetual smell of cinnamon and vanilla from the nut station!

16:51 to: LisaThumann
Great Maureen - I saw you on the attendee list - thanks for participating

16:52 to: John Peters
Connections was the #1 takeaway

16:53 to: Peggy George
raise your hand to take the mic to share your best takeaway

16:56 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
tried to focus on things we are now implementing in our district

17:00 to: scottmerrick
The conference has a benefit that streaming won't supplant--the chance to hug. I think ISTE has a good fix on serving ppl at a distance

17:00 to: Paula Naugle
I learned that I need to educate parents on digital citizenship.

17:02 to: kimt az
a greater sense of urgency as to how we need to teach our students and teachers

17:04 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
Moodle courses and Google Apps

17:05 to: McTeach (Karen)
I learned that I need to stay more connected to people

17:07 to: connect2jamie
archive ROCKS! That is what makes ISTE such a wonderful event!

17:10 to: librarian_tiff
The move towards helping our kids gain a global perspective --- love it!!

17:13 to: kas
Having just gotten a Promethean Board, the sessions by them on creating flipcharts were really useful

17:18 to: Gisele Cordero
Kas I am from Costa Rica. When did you come?

17:31 to: John Peters
I'll take the mike sometime Steve I just can't find the raise your hand

17:33 to: LisaThumann
(no mic)

17:33 to: joycevalenza

17:34 to: Bob S.
what is available in Google apps?

17:38 to: joycevalenza
so generous!

17:41 to: kimt az
walkaways to last the entire year - my district benefits so much from what i learn

17:42 to: kas
Gisele - I was in Costa Rica June 17 - 27

17:52 to: connect2jamie
@john the raise hand is the green arrow w/ hand

17:53 to: Lorna Costantini
@Paula I can't wait to see how you are going to work with parents

17:56 to: Peggy George
I really appreciate having the smackdown links following the sessions to check out later. Those were fantastic sessions

17:57 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
Google Apps...collaborating in the cloud

17:57 to: Paula Naugle
@John to the left of the smiley face.

18:02 to: jackiegerstein

18:02 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Connections with my PLN...ideas for projects & structure in my classroom

18:04 to: Kim Caise
click on the hand with up arrow at the bottom of the participant window

18:15 to: Peggy George
thanks a lot Julia!!

18:16 to: kimt az
ISTE - the conference that lasts all year long:)

18:30 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
like that too, presenter's notes and materials available online

18:42 to: Bob Caro
I enjoyed the discussions at EduBloggerCon immensely -

18:44 to: Dotty
I see future ISTE's being virtual like FTETC has done.

18:54 to: Paula Naugle
Thank you John.

19:02 to: kimt az
love the virtual opportunties

19:08 to: Debbie Salahi
Where do you find the links?

19:09 to: joycevalenza
yes, philly!!!!

19:10 to: Peggy George
I met so many people that I want to invite to our Sat. shows so you can all meet them too!!!

19:21 to: Lorna Costantini
@Dotty I agree - virtual can be fee based

19:26 to: librarian_tiff
I will pay my own way, I just can't miss out on it!

19:27 to: scottmerrick
I'm looking forward to a real cheesesteak sandie

19:28 to: Julia Poole
It is such a bargain for what you get out of the conference

19:35 to: Peggy George
I'm definitely going to Philly!! Now I will be through the full cycle of all of the conferences since I started with Philly :-)

19:43 to: Gisele Cordero
Great Kas I hope that you enjoyed.

19:46 to: LisaThumann
I just posted about unconferences last night

19:49 to: kimt az
luckily my district pays, would pay my own way even if they didn't

19:52 to: jackiegerstein
Yes - I met so many of my virtual friends in person - highlight

19:54 to: Shawn
Lobby Con.

19:55 to: Peggy George
Joyce you and Gwyneth did an incredible job with the SIGMS smackdown!!!

19:58 to: John Peters
@Paula Naugle you did a GREAT job in your ISTE Unplugged session!

19:58 to: McTeach (Karen)
Lisa...great post! :)

19:59 to: Dotty
I pay my own way also, my district doesn't send anyone due to budget

20:03 to: scottmerrick

20:03 to: LisaThumann
I was giving it some thought in prep for Edubloggercon east this Monday

20:04 to: scottmerrick

20:08 to: Paula Naugle
@Scott You're makig me hugry - love Philly cheesesteaks.

20:09 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I am still processing many of the they are going to transform my classroom. And I pay my own way...wouldn't miss it.

20:10 to: LisaThumann
Thanks Karen

20:16 to: scottmerrick

20:18 to: kimt az

20:19 to: joycevalenza
it's kinda cute

20:27 to: jackiegerstein
sounded like a cartoon

20:30 to: Peggy George
I am retired and pay my own way and really appreciate friends who let me share room with them!!

20:34 to: joycevalenza

20:34 to: Peggy George
yeah Paula!!!

20:34 to: scottmerrick
hi Paula

20:35 to: librarian_tiff
Yay Paula!

20:36 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
hi paula

20:36 to: John Peters
We can hear

20:36 to: kimt az
one of my highlights...meeting joyce valencia!

20:36 to: McTeach (Karen)
Yup! Hi Paula!!

20:44 to: Peggy George
loved meeting Paula there!!!!!

20:48 to: jackiegerstein
hi paula

20:56 to: LisaThumann
Can we have Paula's link again?

20:57 to: scottmerrick
I like the ISTE Bloggers page this year, blogging ISTE

21:02 to: McTeach (Karen)
I agree!

21:18 to: LisaThumann
What did folks think of the Social Butterfly lounge?

21:20 to: Bob S.
What is a PLN?

21:23 to: Peggy George
Paula be sure to post your blog link here!!

21:23 to: jackiegerstein
HUGE difference - lonely at Atlanta and San Anotnio

21:30 to: Peggy George
PLN is personal learning network

21:31 to: Kim Caise
personal/professional learning network

21:34 to: Shawn
Professional/Personal Learning Network

21:36 to: Dotty
I enjoyed the Microsoft and Smart presentations

21:39 to: Bob S.
ok.. like a PLC?

21:40 to: Bob Esty
@Paula, I had the same experience in Washington in 2009 that you had in 2008.

21:58 to: christinab
i think the 'network' is more virtual?

22:00 to: scottmerrick

22:02 to: Kim Caise
what does the C stand for @bob?

22:06 to: John Peters
@Paula I stil can't find your Twitter profile

22:09 to: Bob S.

22:10 to: kas
Gisele - I was on a teacher science workshop that was amazing. I spent my time mostly in the northern half of your country - it is gorgeous

22:12 to: Dotty
The location of the Denver convention center was great. the 16th sT mall was fantastic and lots to do.

22:16 to: kimt az
we build a wiki every year and add to it on a daily basis to help organize and remember all the great info

22:22 to: Julia Poole
How do I make the chat window bigger?

22:25 to: Shawn
I've heard PLC defined as a community chosen for you (colleagues/coworkers) and a PLN a community chosen by you.

22:26 to: McTeach (Karen)
I'd love to be able to do that also

22:28 to: librarian_tiff
Can't wait to hear how that goes, Paula!!

22:37 to: Kim Caise
plnaugle is paula's twitter name

22:37 to: Peggy George
I learned a lot during the Edubloggercon sessions because they were really conversations. The session on whether wikis will disappear was fascinating with the wikispace developers in the session :-)

22:44 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
Parent communication is so important

23:01 to: joycevalenza
shucks, kim

23:02 to: christinab
awesome view!!!! thanks for the tipe

23:03 to: Julia Poole

23:04 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I'm going to have my older kids- 9th graders- do a presentation for parents this year.

23:04 to: connect2jamie

23:04 to: Shawn
Sounds good

23:06 to: Eileen K

23:16 to: scottmerrick
thanks for that layout tip, a big help.

23:18 to: Bob S.
PLN sounds like a great idea

23:20 to: jackiegerstein
kind of miss the chipmunk

23:24 to: Paula Naugle
I would like to set up a parent ed wiki - Karen and others are you interested?

23:31 to: kimt az
was able to bring 4 teaches from out district - now there are 5 of us to lead the cause!

23:34 to: Peggy George
I loved the SIGTE Forum on TPACK--excellent resources for truly integrating learning experiences with pedagogy, content and technology

23:35 to: McTeach (Karen)

23:54 to: Peggy George
@Jackie-tell us about your videos you captured during the conference

24:00 to: Paula Naugle
Thanks Karen I contact you later.

24:09 to: connect2jamie
@Bob S my PLN is absolutely fantastic! Twitter, Classroom2.0, EdTechTalk great resources

24:10 to: McTeach (Karen)
Awesome Paula!

24:14 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Paula- Have you looked at commonsense media? They have good stuff for parents- not alarmists

24:14 to: Bob Caro
What was so much better this year in Denver, than in DC? My Instr Tech director said she wasn't going to Denver, because DC wasn't that good.

24:17 to: John Peters
More funiture in the Blogger's Cafe!

24:18 to: LisaThumann is trying to bridge the gap between parents and teachers

24:25 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Wish I coulod get more from my District to attend. Tough when we have to pay our own way. Still working on my Superintendent. Maybe next year.

24:27 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
more time

24:27 to: Kim Caise
and at isteunplugged area

24:27 to: kimt az
preview keynote presentations?

24:27 to: Peggy George
@Paula-we have a parent ed wiki set up already--see if it will help you

24:28 to: McTeach (Karen)
More sessions on applying info in classroom

24:32 to: scottmerrick
One of my big issues is SIGs meeting concurrently. Don't know what the fix is, but...

24:33 to: joycevalenza
figure out a way to increase size of sessions

24:34 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
extend conference hours each day

24:48 to: Paula Naugle
@Peggy have a link?

24:50 to: tconner
Research paper presentations were not effective due to too many people in one room at a time

24:50 to: Peggy George
I had a big problem with blogger's cafe if there were no seats available! I can't sit on the floor

24:52 to: kas
I wish there was someway to have the schedule show by time and across the top list the types of activities: sessions, poster sessions, speakers, etc. I had trouble knowing all of my choices at a given

24:52 to: kas
time and misse dout on some I would have chosen

24:54 to: doriedance
agreed @mcteach

24:55 to: Peggy George
getting the link Paula

24:55 to: librarian_tiff
Yes, Joyce -- I got locked out of one and was bummed!

24:56 to: joycevalenza
no, how about teasers

24:58 to: John Peters
More opportunities in the Unplugged area as well and more informal sessions

25:02 to: Julia Poole
repeat sessions

25:02 to: scottmerrick
Several of our folks in SIGVE belong to multiple SIGs

25:02 to: McTeach (Karen)
Hey Dorie!!

25:03 to: joycevalenza
no even those without tickets

25:03 to: Dotty
Maybe post sessions for people who can stay over.

25:06 to: Shawn
I agree, seating was a premium in sessions.

25:10 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Better desciptions of sessions- meant for beginner, intermediate, etc...

25:14 to: Paula Naugle
I'm with Peggy getting too old to sit on floor.

25:21 to: scottmerrick
and they have to choose one or another to meet with

25:26 to: joycevalenza
i'd like to know when someone is doing a new session

25:28 to: doriedance
Hey! =0)

25:31 to: kas
Paula - sitting isn't that hard - it's the gettin gup

25:31 to: Peggy George look at the resources page especially

25:33 to: McTeach (Karen)
If you have a ticket, shouldn't you be able to get in!!

25:36 to: LisaThumann
yet there was so much going on this year

25:36 to: jackiegerstein
agree with scott about have birds of feather-SIGs more spread out over the day

25:38 to: Paula Naugle
Like the Social Butterfly Lounge.

25:38 to: Bob Caro
For sure, keep the phone app for your schedule

25:46 to: doriedance
Hi Debbie!

25:53 to: LisaThumann
what about an app for the Droid?

25:55 to: Paula Naugle
@kas You are so right.

26:05 to: Debbie Salahi
Hi Dorie!

26:07 to: scottmerrick
I know the fix to the SIG meeting issues, actually, make them 30 minute meetings and put them back to back.

26:08 to: Gabie
which book Steve?

26:20 to: Peggy George
there are apps for many smartphones for ISTE and you can continue to follow the conversations on it

26:20 to: doriedance
agreed @Lisa would love app for droid

26:34 to: Peggy George
I like that idea Scott!

26:40 to: Dotty
this year I didn't walk around with my netbook and I enjoyed the face to face contact. the poster sessions were fantastic especially the groups from Mexico

26:42 to: Bob Caro
@Lisa - I have droid - used the web-based version. Worked pretty well

26:44 to: jackiegerstein

26:44 to: connect2jamie
Droid app--yes!

26:45 to: Peggy George
I actually attended 3 different SIG forums

26:47 to: Kim Caise
the iste app was a definite miss

26:51 to: Paula Naugle
Hi Doriedance.

26:51 to: christinab
there's still a lot of twitter conversation using the iste hashtag

26:58 to: jackiegerstein
Kim rocked it

27:04 to: Kim Caise
thanks guys!

27:05 to: Peggy George
hooray for Kim!!! She is a saint!!

27:07 to: LisaThumann
Thanks for the tip Bob

27:08 to: John Peters
maybe we should do a Edubloggercon follow up on Wednesday or Thursday?

27:11 to: doriedance
Hi @paula!

27:12 to: Ellsbeth
I enjoyed ISTE Unplugged. The biggest issue I heard with that was awareness.

27:19 to: jackiegerstein
good idea John

27:19 to: kimt az
good was the best!!!!

27:23 to: connect2jamie
Kim! Thanks so much!! You are wonderful!!

27:36 to: Jim Beeghley
Great way for people to present who did not get selected

27:46 to: LisaThumann

27:46 to: Peggy George
unplugged was amazing! loved that some people just dropped by and offered to do a spontaneous session

27:52 to: librarian_tiff
Paula rocked it despite the technical issues!!

28:01 to: Angela (kyteacher)

28:06 to: Lorna Costantini
@Paula Matt Montagne set up a parent wiki

28:06 to: McTeach (Karen)
I chickened out. :(

28:08 to: Jim Beeghley
And even allowed some to present virtually since they could not be there in person

28:13 to: Peggy George
unplugged was probably one of the most "plugged in" places for me!! we had so many cables connected to do the live show

28:14 to: Kim Caise
as soon as she finished we got the tech problems resolved

28:33 to: matt montagne
hey all

28:39 to: LisaThumann

28:41 to: Peggy George
I love that they are all recorded so we can still watch what we missed

28:53 to: Bob Caro
For EdubloggerCon - Have a specific time (1 hr) for vendor's smackdown

28:54 to: connect2jamie
Unplugged really is fantastic!

28:54 to: kas
I totally missed the unplug area! I must have been sleep deprived

28:55 to: McTeach (Karen)
Hey Matt!

28:59 to: doriedance
ditto @peggy!

29:01 to: librarian_tiff
I wish I would have spent more time @ Unplugged

29:02 to: McTeach (Karen)
I wish I'd have spent more time there

29:09 to: Kim Caise

29:19 to: LisaThumann
That's me!!

29:21 to: doriedance
me, too @mcteach

29:34 to: LisaThumann
oh well

29:38 to: McTeach (Karen)
Lisa...that's so wrong! You're too awesome to be turned down!!!

29:43 to: Peggy George
the wireless connections at ISTE were the best ever in my experience--almost always could connect and stay connected

29:48 to: Paula Naugle
Hi librarian_tiff.

29:54 to: Ellsbeth
That did confuse some people.

29:57 to: librarian_tiff
Hey Paula!!

29:57 to: LisaThumann
It seemed like there was always someone presenting at ISTE unplugged

30:18 to: LisaThumann
Karen - you're too kind

30:19 to: McTeach (Karen)
Will have to do that this weekend!

30:19 to: Peggy George
there was Lisa :-)

30:21 to: scottmerrick
It's so vast, is ISTE, it's hard to know what all is going on all the time. Almost like you just have to pick your poison and just down it. We had 35 folks present in the VE Playground, quite a few of

30:21 to: scottmerrick
whom had been turned down for formal presentations. I like the offshoots like that and like ISTE unplugged that extend the opps.

30:22 to: Ricardo E valenzuela Ruiz

30:23 to: connect2jamie
Recordings are great!

30:24 to: Dotty
I spent too much time in the exhibit hall. I had intentions to attend other things, but the distances were far.

30:25 to: Julia Poole
a great successs

30:27 to: Kim Caise
there were very few open spots the entire 3 days

30:31 to: McTeach (Karen)'s not's fact!

30:33 to: Paula Naugle
Lack of furniture doesn't make Blogger's Cafe seem too inviting to newbies.

30:38 to: sarahjane
recording of Kathy cassidy session was well record except for video

30:40 to: Jim Beeghley
even several impromptu presentations

30:47 to: scottmerrick

30:50 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
agree about the lack of space int he Blogger's Cafe

30:56 to: scottmerrick
It's like a big Twitter analogy :)

30:59 to: librarian_tiff
I lasted about 20 minutes in the exhibit hall, then ran screaming!!

31:08 to: McTeach (Karen)
Bummed that I had to miss it!

31:14 to: Bob Caro
Link for ISTE unplugged broadcasts?

31:14 to: LisaThumann

31:22 to: Kim Caise
and the DEN precon zoo event

31:25 to: Julia Poole
A lot of other meetings were run at the same time

31:29 to: LisaThumann
double wwwaaahhh

31:35 to: McTeach (Karen)
I think it is

31:37 to: scottmerrick
No whiining, Lisa, you social butterfly, you.

31:38 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
DEN was held on Sat last year

31:46 to: Peggy George
I got to meet and talk to the person who was sponsored at the Newbie winner for Beth Still's project and it was so great to meet him!! That is such a creative project!

31:47 to: joycevalenza
also, simultaneous ALA

31:47 to: Paula Naugle
Yes, Discovery does an event on the Sat. before ISTE.

31:48 to: kimt az
that's me

31:53 to: John Peters
Again, How about a follow up Edubloggercon for 2 hours on Wednesday afternoon?

32:01 to: Peggy George
Edubloggercon was the best for me this year

32:05 to: McTeach (Karen)
I disliked that it was on the same day as the DEN event!

32:11 to: kimt az
got to meet people I had only heard c., steve h., etc.

32:14 to: connect2jamie
@john peters that's a good idea--follow up

32:15 to: Dotty
Den has done Sunday events that get us back prior to the opening.

32:17 to: Bob Caro
Make sure to put EduBloggerCon on the official agenda so that we can get authorization to attend a day early

32:18 to: doriedance
pls schedule on different day than DEN event

32:18 to: John Peters
Edubloggercon is WHY I go to ISTE!

32:19 to: Angela (kyteacher)
My first...loved it.

32:19 to: kimt az
i felt like a silly groupie!

32:28 to: Shawn
I liked to drop in feel to the SIGVE presentations done by Scott.

32:29 to: Ellsbeth
I didn't get to attend, but I enjoyed reading about it on Twitter.

32:29 to: McTeach (Karen)
Long title

32:31 to: Peggy George
the sessions were very thought-provoking and engaging conversations--not just talking about tools but ideas

32:50 to: Peggy George
I always start the conference with EBC

32:56 to: kimt az
i appreciated the free flow of conversation, respect for all opinions, etc.

32:57 to: Paula Naugle
Went to Discovery event last year, chose EBC this year and glad I did.

33:01 to: Peggy George
the signup on posters was much better

33:08 to: LisaThumann
I like to paper

33:15 to: Maureen(bcdtech)

33:17 to: Peggy George
there were many problems with the wiki last year and I wasn't able to get my votes in

33:17 to: John Peters
Remember in San Antoinio we had some issues with the Wiki

33:17 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I like the crayons.

33:20 to: Paula Naugle
Loved the organizing reminded me of school.

33:21 to: Carlos38205

33:30 to: joycevalenza
i think you had to get there early to share-like a combo

33:38 to: Peggy George
Sylvia Martinez organized the signup posters and did a brilliant job!

33:48 to: joycevalenza
yes, agree. Syliva rocks

34:05 to: connect2jamie
loved leadership bootcamp online!

34:06 to: Paula Naugle
Love how they started out the day.

34:14 to: John Peters
I think the "Formal" presentations would take away fom the feel of Edubloggercon

34:17 to: LisaThumann
I wouldn't want formal presentations that day - the point is that anyone can have a voice - IMHO

34:20 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Kind of don't want larger

34:23 to: joycevalenza
no formal

34:23 to: Shawn
hehe preconfrencecon

34:26 to: jackiegerstein
I like the focus of edubloggercon to be about "This is what I am wondering about" "This is what I am currently wanting to explore" rather than "This is what I know - have done"

34:26 to: Peggy George
the size of the audience really depends on the space available--this year's space worked really well

34:30 to: joycevalenza
we have enough of that

34:35 to: Paula Naugle
Like the informal aspect of EBC.

34:50 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I agree...the informal is what makes it great.

34:53 to: Dotty
I think Phila has free wi fi in the downtown Maybe a public location that is available.

34:59 to: Peggy George
I love the informal conversations at EBC!! not presentations

35:08 to: joycevalenza

35:09 to: LisaThumann

35:11 to: connect2jamie
good idea @Dotty!

35:13 to: kimt az

35:19 to: Peggy George
the smackdown went really well this year too!

35:20 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
seems that most who attended like informal

35:21 to: scottmerrick
It's totally in ISTE's best interests to host edubloggercon. I'm by gum going to make it next year, come hook or crook.

35:26 to: joycevalenza
my house?

35:29 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
What is your policy going to be re vendors next year?

35:32 to: Paula Naugle
The conversations give everyone a chance to be heard.

35:34 to: joycevalenza

35:36 to: scottmerrick
Joyce's house!

35:36 to: Bob Caro
Keep EBC on the official ISTE agenda please

35:36 to: McTeach (Karen)
Yes! Let's meet at Joyce's house!!

35:36 to: connect2jamie

35:39 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
philly should have more venues available

35:39 to: joycevalenza

35:39 to: Gabie

35:39 to: Peggy George
good for you Scott!! just don't volunteer for so many things :-)

35:40 to: jackiegerstein
ok Joyce we'll go there

35:41 to: McTeach (Karen)
Does she have free wifi?

35:42 to: Julia Poole
It is easier for people to find you when you on the conference site

35:45 to: Dotty
Informal is better because it gives non presenter the opportunity to show their expertise.

35:48 to: jackiegerstein

35:49 to: Peggy George
yes!!! let's go to Joyce's house :-)

35:51 to: LisaThumann
no mic

36:05 to: John Peters
The vendors were good but it took away from the Smackdown

36:06 to: jackiegerstein
Don't want to be sold any products at Edubloggercon

36:08 to: LisaThumann
I'll go get one

36:11 to: Paula Naugle
Vendors only if tools are free.

36:17 to: Jim Beeghley
Chris Lehman has SLA near Philly convention center for next year

36:25 to: Dotty
Maybe the public library in Phila that has free conference rooms.

36:26 to: Bob Caro
@Paula - I agree

36:28 to: Peggy George
I didn't feel the vendors were pushing anything on us

36:41 to: joycevalenza
some info was useful

36:43 to: Peggy George
we were very excited to hear about the new updates with wikispaces :-)

36:44 to: connect2jamie
SLA? Or a public library?

36:45 to: Bob Caro
We could give them an hour just for them

36:49 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
like that approach to the vendor presence

36:51 to: joycevalenza
i needed to hear from the ning folks

37:01 to: Paula Naugle
I agree @Peggy I didn't feel any selling was going on.

37:09 to: joycevalenza
can we have a vendor thread?

37:12 to: Peggy George
when you only have 2 minutes you can't really go into detail anyway--just inspiring

37:16 to: joycevalenza
not for the smackdown

37:24 to: Julia Poole
yes, the vendors floor is for this purpose

37:33 to: jackiegerstein
I was going to go up for the smackdown and ended up not because of it

37:35 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Most of the vendors were fine- not pushy. But the smackdown felt a little weird at times. I was happy to hear that smart notebook files are available.

37:35 to: scottmerrick
here here Julia

37:43 to: scottmerrick
or is it hear hear?

37:43 to: Kim Caise
i posted the link to the recording on

37:48 to: Dotty
let the vendors stay in their area.

37:50 to: joycevalenza
let's remember so many of them are giving us stuff freee

38:07 to: Peggy George
such a great point joycevalenza!!!

38:08 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Didn't see any vendors in bloggers cafe

38:10 to: John Peters
But the Wikispace folks Adam and James were Great!

38:12 to: McTeach (Karen)
I saw one or two but avoided eye contact!

38:19 to: Peggy George
many of them are providing free resources for us

38:45 to: kimt az
i agree with joyce

38:58 to: McTeach (Karen)
Agreed! Adam and James were awesome at listening to my requests!

39:02 to: jackiegerstein
Elluminate is now part of Blackboard - so who knows now??

39:09 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Actually- the guy from sweet search was there- but he is there listening- not selling

39:10 to: Peggy George
Adam and James from wikispaces were eager for our input on future developments and already incorporated some of them :-)

39:11 to: kas
Did you know people can attend just the exhibit hall for free? I signed up my friend who wasn't attending the conference and her job was to check out the vendors and gather information and ideas - the

39:11 to: kas
re wasn't time to do both

39:11 to: doriedance
agreed with @joyce

39:16 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I agree.

39:32 to: McTeach (Karen)
They provide us wonderful stuff for free...a few minutes of our time isn't much to ask

39:44 to: Paula Naugle
I spoke to guys from VoiceThread,, and SweetSearch in Bloggers' Cafe. Felt they were just trying to get a better handle on what teachers are doing with their products.

39:46 to: McTeach (Karen)
They're very genuine guys!

39:48 to: scottmerrick
Your example is a good one, Steve

39:48 to: Peggy George
what a great idea @kas!! I almost always miss the exhibits!!

39:57 to: Peggy George

40:13 to: jackiegerstein
I don't think anyone is saying they shouldn't come to the events _ I think folks are saying not to use the presentations-venues to sell their products

40:16 to: joycevalenza

40:17 to: Jim Beeghley
One vendor what passing out donuts one morning

40:22 to: kas
Peggy - my friend isn't much of a techie, and she got so excited and motivated to try some things in her kindie classroom now.

40:35 to: Peggy George
Joyce and Gwyneth are outstanding models for a smackdown--the SIGMS smackdown was incredible

40:36 to: kas
Jim - how did I miss the donuts?

40:58 to: librarian_tiff
Yes, Joyce and Gwyneth are ROCKSTARS!

41:02 to: Peggy George
It was a huge help to have the smackdown wiki all prepared ahead of time so we could keep up and follow along and return to it later!!

41:22 to: Ellsbeth
The Wiki was also nice for people who were unable to attend.

41:24 to: connect2jamie
Joyce & Gyneth do ROCK!

41:30 to: Dotty
Sweetsearch is free and a great resource to use.

41:45 to: librarian_tiff
I agree, Peggy -- you could also go along on your own laptop if something grabbed you

41:47 to: John Peters
I think it really depends on WHO the vender is. Some are helpful, some are there to SELL something. It just depends on thier motivation for being there, right?

41:53 to: Peggy George
great strategy Lisa!! we should be partners with vendors who are supporting our needs

42:01 to: scottmerrick
haha Peggy, just saw that animoto pic. What a cute couple! lol

42:01 to: McTeach (Karen)
Dotty...I love Sweetsearch! Bummed that I didn't get to meet Mark in person

42:02 to: LisaThumann

42:05 to: Kim Caise
good point @john

42:06 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I would like to talk with all the vendors- like Voicethread, glogster, etc.. about how to maintain the files from kids who graduate- but not just keep increasing my # on my subscriptions

42:15 to: Peggy George
:-) Scott!!! one of my best pics!

42:17 to: LisaThumann
Mark Moran is going to be at BLC I believe

42:25 to: jackiegerstein
Don't care

42:26 to: Peggy George
I didn't get any of the donuts!!

42:32 to: scottmerrick
what could be wrong about donuts?

42:34 to: matt montagne
I have a hang up with cheap, cruddy food

42:34 to: LisaThumann
SO this is why I wrote my post about the unconference

42:37 to: Kim Caise
there were donuts in the bloggers cafe?

42:38 to: scottmerrick

42:39 to: Peggy George
free food!! how can it be wrong????

42:43 to: John Peters
I missed the doughnuts!

42:43 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Lisa- Mark is a great guy and I enjoyed talking with him in Denver

42:46 to: doriedance
right free food

42:46 to: Bob Caro
I think that as "first adopters" we are valuable to vendors. As long as they are looking for feedback, and not sales, they should be welcome

42:47 to: McTeach (Karen)
Agree with Peggy!

42:50 to: jackiegerstein
Was the name Cisco writtern on the docnuts?

42:56 to: joycevalenza

42:56 to: LisaThumann
I don't want folks to charge for them when some of us work so hard to offer them for free

43:01 to: jackiegerstein
Not needed because of ISTE

43:01 to: Peggy George
what about the free coffee vendor right outside of the conference--ENO??

43:03 to: joycevalenza
i like that

43:05 to: John Peters
That would work maybe for an hour after lunch?

43:09 to: scottmerrick
how about a 90 second each speed-chat roundtable?

43:10 to: jackiegerstein

43:13 to: joycevalenza

43:16 to: Dotty
I think it was a great gesture as long as they didn't push their products. some of these vendors have teacher or former teachers working for them

43:18 to: connect2jamie
Isn't that basically what the vendor area is?

43:20 to: John Peters
maybe they could BUY us lunch!

43:21 to: jackiegerstein

43:23 to: scottmerrick
elevator speeches, under the gun

43:25 to: Peggy George
don't think it would happen--can always find them in the exhibit hall

43:30 to: jackiegerstein
it is not a one day experience

43:32 to: Paula Naugle
YoLink and SweetSearch had a large presence this year. They are both great tools to use.

43:35 to: John Peters
Okay, sorry Steve

43:41 to: matt montagne
there is such a HUGE movement in our schools to provide healthy lunches with whole foods in our schools-we should be modeling this to a certain extent

43:48 to: Julia Poole
Maybe they can have a symbol on their booth to identify themselves as part of our community

43:54 to: Peggy George
could have a vendor webcam looping somewhere and people can sit and rest and watch :-)

43:56 to: McTeach (Karen)
Those were awesome!

43:57 to: LisaThumann
I presented on Yolink and Sweetsearch at ISTE and will also demonstrate them at BLC - great tools

44:01 to: jackiegerstein
If edubloggercon was the full experience then fine - but the vendor infusion occurs for five days following the Edubloggercon

44:03 to: John Peters
The FREE Coffe Trailer was great too!

44:10 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I'd like to hear from all of them re sustaining the free business model and how to keep kids files when they leave...

44:14 to: McTeach (Karen)
Yes, but you could tip the "driver"

44:22 to: Peggy George
yes John-that's the one I was thinking of--coffee trailer

44:23 to: scottmerrick
or pedicures

44:35 to: Peggy George
you're hilarious @scottmerrick!

44:36 to: Paula Naugle
I won an Eno Board at TEDXDenverEd. Woohoo.

44:41 to: joycevalenza
great idea, scott

44:50 to: Peggy George
congratulations Paula!!! that is awesome!!! I didn't win one thing!

44:54 to: LisaThumann
congrats Paula - I hear they have good coffee :)

44:56 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Lisa- I want to learn more about yolink- looking frwd to your talk

45:01 to: doriedance
so excited for you @paula!

45:09 to: Kim Caise
civil war sallie's dad won a free ipad

45:13 to: John Peters
Yeah, but Wikispaces also has given out 250,00 FREE wikispaces for teachers. Thats a big commitment!

45:14 to: Miguel Guhlin
Amen, Steve. Transparency and disclosure about vendor sponsorship is critical.

45:16 to: McTeach (Karen)
I'd like to learn more about yolink also

45:18 to: jackiegerstein
Like the idea of sponsors - nonprofits do it all of the time

45:20 to: John Peters
I won a Kindle

45:27 to: McTeach (Karen)
He was like a little kie with that thing!

45:31 to: McTeach (Karen)
oops....little kid

45:32 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I won a flip cam

45:33 to: kas
I wanted to win stuff!

45:36 to: Peggy George
I love hearing about all of your prizes!!!! Congrats to all of you!

45:37 to: doriedance
I won a qwizdom classroom suite!

45:41 to: Kim Caise
teachers are 'free'mongers

45:41 to: McTeach (Karen)
Maureen...that's awesome!

45:44 to: Bob Caro
I won Adobe Elements s/w

45:48 to: Kim Caise
wow dorie that is awesome!

46:00 to: John Peters
I think we can find a balance with Vendors that everyone can live with

46:01 to: Julia Poole
free is good and we like to encourage good relationships

46:01 to: doriedance
Yes! sooo excited!

46:06 to: McTeach (Karen)

46:06 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Well now I don't want to talk to any of you. I didn't win anything. :(

46:08 to: Paula Naugle
Yeah, Maureen, love my flipcam. Carry it in my purse all the time.

46:09 to: scottmerrick
I think you're right

46:13 to: Peggy George
I totally agree with Joyce!! we are a community with the vendors!

46:17 to: LisaThumann
Angela - me too!

46:18 to: Debbie Salahi
Doriedance wow! I really want one

46:18 to: librarian_tiff
Right, we need them and they need to hear from us

46:21 to: Paula Naugle
Sorry Angela.

46:28 to: Bob Caro
I saw someone win their second iPad at ISTE - the fates mock me

46:31 to: scottmerrick
That speedchat suggestion was serious, btw

46:36 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Somehow...I'll make it through.

46:40 to: jackiegerstein
FIne line between sales pitches and informal talk

46:42 to: librarian_tiff
Maybe invite a few each year (preselected) to have conversations with them?

46:42 to: Miguel Guhlin
Transparency/Full disclosure does not equate to exclusion of all vendors. Two fundamentally different goals though

46:42 to: doriedance
sorry @kyteacher been there.

46:49 to: Kim Caise
so true jackie

46:50 to: Peggy George
vendors learn what people want to hear and if it's just a sales pitch people don't go to them. They are very responsive to this

46:59 to: matt montagne
maybe not have a "policy"

47:03 to: McTeach (Karen)
Adam and James (wikispaces) were part of a Vicki Davis session

47:04 to: Shawn
Use the rule of "Two Feet"?

47:05 to: Peggy George
Hi Miguel-so glad you're chiming in!

47:05 to: Dotty
How about free massages

47:11 to: jackiegerstein
I feel that ISTE has become vendor city so I do have feelings about being vendor overloaded

47:11 to: Jane Lofton
California School Library Association conferences allow vendor presentations if the vendor is paired with a member, so we get the user perspective.

47:18 to: McTeach (Karen)
Dotty...that was my job, apparently

47:22 to: matt montagne
wikispaces, voicethread, etc have a history of being supportive of education for example...

47:27 to: jackiegerstein
YES there is a difference

47:30 to: John Peters
But I think Wikispaces is PART of the community

47:33 to: matt montagne
but we probably don't need study island there

47:36 to: jackiegerstein

47:37 to: joycevalenza
maybe we need a tongue-in-cheek edupledge

47:42 to: doriedance
agreed matt

47:46 to: matt montagne
I'm not a big fan of "policy"

47:52 to: Peggy George
I loved the free "carts"/trains they had to get people around the center. Very helpful for us old folks :-)

48:05 to: matt montagne
"policy" is a hedge against ignorance...we don't really need it

48:13 to: joycevalenza

48:18 to: librarian_tiff
I think it's obvious that some vendors are a lot more involved in the community than others...there has to be a way to keep them involved and communication opened

48:23 to: John Peters
Jeff was part of the community and I agree that he was good and realy didn't try to SELL us anything

48:45 to: Peggy George
what's cool to me may not be cool to someone else...

48:45 to: joycevalenza
agree about the smackdown

48:47 to: Miguel Guhlin
I think the blue slippers ladies--InfoSourceLearning--have taken an engaging approach to the conversation

49:17 to: Kim Caise
the blue slippers gang was simplek12

49:19 to: Peggy George
that was so funny Miguel!! we actually went looking for the lady with the blue slippers to get more badges :-)

49:29 to: Peggy George
very creative

49:31 to: joycevalenza
have we been clear?

49:37 to: Paula Naugle
The blue bunny slippers were a large presence and their stuff is not free.

49:39 to: joycevalenza
i agree

49:45 to: connect2jamie
I totally agree, @lisathumann

49:47 to: LisaThumann
I think we are on the same page Joyce

49:50 to: joycevalenza

49:54 to: Paula Naugle

49:55 to: John Peters
I'll comment privately not in here Steve

50:02 to: joycevalenza
i missed the slippers

50:04 to: jackiegerstein
I have mixed feelings about them - they are a business model

50:07 to: LisaThumann
Yes, but I don't want to put it in the chat either

50:09 to: Dotty
Maybe have guidelines for vendors.

50:13 to: Miguel Guhlin
how do you codify that?

50:26 to: joycevalenza
the ala crowd was so jealous!

50:31 to: Paula Naugle
I have already started my fund for next year.

50:33 to: Miguel Guhlin
what is, is

50:39 to: McTeach (Karen) too!

50:43 to: Peggy George
I like the way you state it on the edubloggercon wiki Steve--isn't that sufficient without a "policy"?

50:45 to: jackiegerstein
Too many at the same time

50:45 to: McTeach (Karen)
I didn't get to any of those!! Drat!

50:49 to: Gabie
what was about?

50:52 to: joycevalenza
no discussion

50:54 to: connect2jamie
Having to choose b/t ISTE and ALA--I think ISTE just wins out!

50:56 to: joycevalenza
but a nice party

50:56 to: John Peters
I agree they are too large

50:58 to: Peggy George
I loved the Classroom 2.0 Birds session. It was the only one I attended

51:05 to: kas
Classroom 2.0 Birds of a feather - maybe circle up in small groups, share ideas, then share out to whole group

51:07 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
I missed the ones I wanted to go to- and I was tired at the end of the day. Would rather have brkfst sessions

51:16 to: jackiegerstein
Good idea Kas

51:19 to: Peggy George
good idea @kas

51:24 to: John Peters
I think those would be better in a setting like the ISTE unplugged area where it was more friendly

51:25 to: Ellsbeth
I didn't make it to any of those, but I mostly heard negative comments in the form of not well organized and too many personal agendas.

51:27 to: scottmerrick
SIGVE went great. A fun time and really turned into more of a SIG meeting than a socializing time. We decided a wide range of things.

51:28 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
didn't attend birds of a feather, couldn't fit in the schedule i had set up

51:31 to: librarian_tiff
I think if it would have been more formal with activities planned to help push the networking aspect

51:34 to: Bob Caro
I enjoyed the Classrm 2.0 Birds session

51:36 to: scottmerrick
Including royal succession :)

51:40 to: Peggy George
yes I like them at the end of the day

51:41 to: jackiegerstein
NO - need to be spread out all day

51:42 to: Dotty
I didn't get to the birds of a fether this year, but in the past, they have been small. Problem is if you don't eat you get very tired.

51:42 to: Shawn
I'd go to them at that time of the day.

51:50 to: kas
Even though I volunteered to type which wasn't too fun, I loved the idea that the ideas were getting recorded.

51:57 to: scottmerrick
My suggestion earlier was to make them half hours back to back so ppl could make more than one.

51:58 to: jackiegerstein

52:03 to: John Peters
I attended the SIG? one and it was way too structured for me

52:04 to: Bob Caro
Some sort of networking activity in the room (even a cheesy one) would have been fun

52:04 to: Julia Poole
morning is good

52:06 to: matt montagne
by the way, I wish we could run our staff meetings like this...great format...and great facilitation Steve and the CR20 team

52:08 to: kas
I actually thought it was one of the best sessions

52:11 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@jackie- yes- first thing in the morning

52:12 to: Peggy George
it's impossible to find times that don't conflict with something!!

52:13 to: joycevalenza
no time to change into my cocktail dresses

52:18 to: Peggy George

52:21 to: jackiegerstein
I ate for free almost the whole conference

52:28 to: John Peters
There we go talking about food again

52:30 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
it seems morning sessions are usually better attended

52:32 to: kas
No time to eat!

52:39 to: jackiegerstein
Maybe part of edubloggercon

52:54 to: John Peters
That Leadership Bootcamp was an issue for me

53:01 to: Dotty
I was fortunate to eat free for the 3 days of the conference.

53:02 to: Kim Caise
isteunplugged sessions after 4pm were not well attended virtually or in person

53:18 to: Peggy George
the Poster Sessions were really great experiences and opportunities to meet people. Loved Rock our World and the Global Ed Conference sessions

53:21 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@jackiegerstein- I gained 5 pounds eating finger food

53:22 to: Miguel Guhlin
did you say Blackboard? gasp

53:22 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
agree with Kim about attendance for end of day events

53:29 to: kas
What does Blackboard mean to all of us? I'm a bit nervous about it! vRoom still available?

53:30 to: jackiegerstein
Yes - very interested, Steve - I am waiting with bated breath

53:30 to: Dotty
Is learn central still going to be free.

53:30 to: Peggy George
yes gasp!!

53:32 to: matt montagne
people at Sun have to answer the same question now that Oracle bought them Steve...

53:37 to: connect2jamie
I'm sure interested, Steve! What does it mean to this community?

53:39 to: McTeach (Karen)
Maureen...I actually lost weight in Denver!

53:42 to: joycevalenza
oh my!

53:44 to: kas
I am also waiting with bated breath!

53:50 to: LisaThumann

53:50 to: scottmerrick
hope you got a piece of that purchase, Steve

53:51 to: Shawn
<- baited breath (I need to get better bait . . .)

53:55 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Scary thought- Blackboard has such a negative connotation for many

53:57 to: Miguel Guhlin
Oh wow. if BB is smart, they'll leave you to innovate, Steve.

53:58 to: scottmerrick

53:59 to: jackiegerstein
Blackboard is going to own the online learning world

54:01 to: Julia Poole
yes, they are so supportive of our initiatives

54:08 to: matt montagne
Open Source isn't mutually exclusive from software dev many companies support open source projects in many ways

54:10 to: kas
sorry for spelling error

54:12 to: doriedance
wow @jackie about the food

54:12 to: Peggy George
be sure to keep following the conversations about Blackboard-Elluminate Collaborate on LearnCentral!! Get involved!

54:14 to: Miguel Guhlin
Moodle & FOSS vs BB and Lawsuits

54:15 to: joycevalenza
good luck, steve!

54:15 to: Paula Naugle
There are too many things going on in the evening. So to have time to get ready, miss later sessions like birds-of-feather.

54:16 to: John Peters
I hope you will continue to be active in this community Steve

54:26 to: Miguel Guhlin
Rage at the dying of the light

54:31 to: Miguel Guhlin

54:36 to: McTeach (Karen)
As a newbie, it was a phenomenal experience!

54:37 to: Jim Beeghley
later shuttles in hte evenings

54:41 to: Miguel Guhlin
When is it coming to San Antonio again?

54:41 to: Dotty
Maybe the conferecne should be expanded to 5 days

54:42 to: Paula Naugle
Already looking forward to next year.

54:43 to: kas
I hope everyone loved visiting Colorado!

54:48 to: librarian_tiff
I agree, Karen!

54:53 to: Shawn
I really enjoyed the conference and got a lot out of it. I'd go again.

54:55 to: Bob Caro
I thought the vendors on the exhibit floor were very knowledgeable about their products

54:56 to: Paula Naugle
How can we connect more with newbies?

54:56 to: Jim Beeghley
Philly is close for me :)

54:59 to: Ellsbeth
My team of newbies had a pretty good experience.

55:00 to: kimt az

55:02 to: scottmerrick
Is blogging really dead? lol jk

55:02 to: Peggy George
Paula-tell about your Estes Park experience :-)

55:03 to: Julia Poole

55:04 to: jackiegerstein
Harder when you are not there first thing in the morning

55:05 to: librarian_tiff
I think we need to draw in more younger educators

55:08 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Just a comment- loved having it in Denver- safe to walk back at night, didn't need to take cabs when returning at night to hotel

55:12 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
most newbies i spoke with had a very positive experience

55:15 to: McTeach (Karen)
I never felt left out...felt like I was with family the whole time!

55:17 to: Bob S.
Is there an ITSE facebook page?

55:17 to: Dotty
For us oldsters, it is time to pass the baton to they youngsters

55:26 to: Bob S.
ISTE (sp)

55:29 to: doriedance
Yeah, @paula!

55:31 to: jackiegerstein
and us introverts!

55:35 to: librarian_tiff
And I appreciated that, Paula!

55:38 to: McTeach (Karen)
We need to encourage them to get online first before going to ISTE

55:39 to: Peggy George
if any of you have blog posts about ISTE that you haven't included in the chat, please do so now!! We want to add them to our link and archives

55:45 to: John Peters
Can each one of us pledge to get 1 newbie to participate?

55:46 to: Shawn
Noob ribbon for the name tag?

55:47 to: LisaThumann!/pages/ISTE-Annual-Conference/249477049324?ref=ts

55:53 to: kas
I was pretty isolated as I was on my own and hadn't been to ISTE since NEC in Seattle!

55:55 to: Bob Caro
I appreciated the "buy 4 get one free" at the ISTE bookstore

56:03 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
yes, there is an ISTE page

56:13 to: kas
Shawn - ribbon idea a great one

56:13 to: Peggy George
my Conference Planner definitely helped me even though I didn't follow it precisely. Didn't get lost so much this year!

56:14 to: Steve Hargadon
What about a Blogger's Cafe "Welcoming Party?"

56:20 to: Ellsbeth
It was a bit overwhelming with all the amazing things going on, but on the other hand, there were SO many amazing things going on!

56:25 to: matt montagne
I'm less worried about actual, phycial attendees to ISTE...attendees are probably open to connecting and trying new things. I'm more worried about the people who don't attend ISTE. How do we reach out

56:25 to: matt montagne
to these folks.

56:25 to: jackiegerstein
@Peggy my ISTE reflection

56:32 to: Peggy George
great idea John!!

56:34 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
i hope to bring many newbies with me next year

56:37 to: Dotty
I go alone each year and it would be helpful if someone else in my district attended.

56:37 to: LisaThumann
thank goodness

56:39 to: Peggy George
I looked for that webcam!!!

56:41 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
since the location is close

56:44 to: joycevalenza
we made a real effort in the TL Smackdown to recognize newbies

56:45 to: librarian_tiff

57:00 to: Peggy George
thanks for the links!! keep em coming!

57:09 to: scottmerrick
Reflections from VE Pg at

57:15 to: Ellsbeth
I really like the idea of a Welcome Party. I had to get used to introducing myself to people I already "knew" but had never met.

57:29 to: Jim Beeghley
Thanks Steve and everyone

57:30 to: kas
I need to go work on my seminar handbook - trying to finish it today! Wish me luck

57:38 to: scottmerrick
Thank you for this. It helped me stay awake while entering students into classes in the SIS :)

57:42 to: Miguel Guhlin
Still here, Kim! looking forward to it!

57:48 to: kas
Hope to see you in Philly!

57:50 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I should have changed my Twitter photo sooner.

57:51 to: John Peters
Shoot I'll be travelling to San Antonio next Saturday!

57:53 to: matt montagne
Neerue Khosla!!! She is awesome!

57:56 to: Peggy George
I didn't really introduce myself to people. I just saw people I thought I knew, ran up, shouted their name and gave them a hug!! :-)

57:57 to: kimt az
thanks for everyone who help to make tech ed better - that would be all of you!

58:00 to: LisaThumann
EdubloggerCon EAst this Monday in Boston

58:13 to: connect2jamie
Hope all goes well w/ you this wk @Steve. Been thinking abt you since I heard about the BB acquisition of Elluminate. Time will tell, I guess!

58:18 to: jackiegerstein
scared what will become of Elluminate

58:20 to: McTeach (Karen)
Lisa...have a great time!

58:23 to: Ellsbeth
@Peggy That's great!

58:28 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
Aw Peggy- You are the ultimate ambassador/welcomer to ISTE

58:32 to: Julia Poole
Nice chatting with everyone today! Enjoy the rest of the weekend

58:33 to: Peggy George
thank you all for sharing your ideas about the conference!!

58:36 to: LisaThumann
Thanks Karen - good to "see" you here

58:37 to: joycevalenza
thanks, everyone! see some of you on monday

58:45 to: McTeach (Karen)
Back at ya, Lisa!!

58:48 to: Gabie

58:49 to: LisaThumann
Thanks for the conversation everyone!

58:51 to: jackiegerstein
Have fun at your Edubloggercon

58:56 to: Steve Hargadon
Jealous of folks meeting up on Monday. Have a great time!

58:57 to: McTeach (Karen)
Joyce...wish I were going!

58:58 to: librarian_tiff
Thanks all, have a great weekend!

59:02 to: jackiegerstein

59:05 to: Paula Naugle
See you in Boston Joyce and Lisa.

59:08 to: McTeach (Karen)
Bye Jackie!

59:10 to: doriedance
Glad to talk to everyone here!

59:12 to: Peggy George
I loved volunteering in the SIGMS playground-got to introduce several people to Twitter and they left with accounts set up and first tweets and followers :-)

59:14 to: John Peters
i Love the iTunesU on my iPhone and iPad!

59:17 to: connect2jamie
Thanks all! Have a great time in Boston if you're going!

59:21 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
@Paula- are you going to be in Boston on MOnday?

59:27 to: LisaThumann
Join us in the USTream on Monday

59:34 to: Peggy George
I got to watch our shows on the plane thanks to iTunesU recordings :-)

59:37 to: scottmerrick

59:40 to: Steve Hargadon
I think I'm getting way too much thanks!

59:42 to: Paula Naugle
I'm going to DEN Symposium.

59:42 to: Steve Hargadon

59:49 to: Peggy George
thanks Lisa! I'll be there for the ustream!!

59:54 to: Steve Hargadon

1:00:06 to: Bob Caro
Can't wait for TCEA (TX) in Feb!!

1:00:13 to: LisaThumann
gotta go back tot he family. bye all

1:00:16 to: scottmerrick
See everybody later, better focus on the grunt work! bfn! and thanks again!

1:00:29 to: McTeach (Karen)
Bye Lisa!

1:00:33 to: Peggy George
so many fantastic opportunities to learn with all of you!! thank you so much for sharing!

1:00:42 to: Peggy George
thanks Paula

1:01:00 to: Peggy George
that was such a neat idea! Estes Park! Maybe we could do that at Joyce's house next year :-)

1:01:11 to: Mary Ann
can you post the url for itunes U again?

1:01:19 to: John Peters
I missed out on hte Estes Park fun

1:01:30 to: Kim Caise
sure @mary ann

1:01:34 to: Angela (kyteacher)
I think the beach would be great for 2011.

1:01:39 to: Kim Caise

1:01:44 to: McTeach (Karen)
Jason was such a nice guy!

1:01:54 to: McTeach (Karen)
Angela....beach should be for 2012 in San Diego!

1:01:54 to: Steve Hargadon
I love that idea.

1:01:59 to: Peggy George
there is also a short screencast on our homepage about how to find our itunesu channel

1:01:59 to: Steve Hargadon
I lost audio?

1:02:02 to: Tammy Moore
Anyone else lose sound?

1:02:03 to: McTeach (Karen)
Me too

1:02:04 to: Kim Caise
me too

1:02:05 to: Peggy George

1:02:05 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Sa n Diego too...I'm always up for the beach.

1:02:08 to: Mary Ann
me too

1:02:10 to: Maureen(bcdtech)
lost sound

1:02:19 to: Peggy George
thanks a lot Paula!!

1:02:32 to: Paula Naugle
Okay back

1:02:35 to: Peggy George
she just caught up :-)

1:02:40 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Maybe MTV would sponsor it.

1:02:42 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
jersey shore!

1:02:57 to: Dotty
there is so much to do around Philly. Maybe Atlantic city.

1:02:59 to: McTeach (Karen)
Love that idea!

1:03:01 to: matt montagne
I think a dorm sounds great

1:03:03 to: Paula Naugle
That would be awesome.

1:03:06 to: Gabie

1:03:06 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
many colleges to choose from

1:03:09 to: Peggy George
me too!! dorm would be fantastic!!

1:03:13 to: McTeach (Karen)
That's what they're doing for DEN

1:03:14 to: matt montagne
We'll need an RA

1:03:15 to: Ellsbeth
With air conditioning. Hehe.

1:03:16 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Could be fun!

1:03:21 to: debbiefuco
Dorm, good idea!

1:03:22 to: matt montagne
Steve would be the RA

1:03:22 to: Gabie

1:03:23 to: Kim Caise
not ready for ISTE

1:03:24 to: McTeach (Karen)
I didn't sleep much this year anywhere

1:03:25 to: Paula Naugle
That is what DEN does.

1:03:26 to: Tammy Moore

1:03:26 to: Peggy George
probably as good as some of the hotels :-)

1:03:27 to: Dotty
dorms might be the way to go for alternatives to hotels.

1:03:27 to: McTeach (Karen)

1:03:32 to: John Peters
I would do it!

1:03:44 to: Kim Caise
karen that was because of the hotel

1:03:52 to: McTeach (Karen)
Sure was, Kim!! :)

1:03:53 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
@matt montagne lol at RA suggestion

1:03:55 to: John Peters
I say we camp out at Chris Lehamann's Living Room1

1:04:00 to: Paula Naugle
LOL John.

1:04:00 to: Peggy George
can we start a wiki with ideas for next year?

1:04:08 to: matt montagne
the dorm idea scales Paula's small group concept

1:04:13 to: McTeach (Karen)
Go ahead, Peggy! :)

1:04:18 to: Peggy George
yes!! let's ask SLA!!

1:04:28 to: John Peters
Seriously, I thin we can do some Pre-ISTE stuff at SLA. What do you think?

1:04:29 to: Kim Caise
barbara bray stayed in the university dorms this year for ISTE

1:04:30 to: McTeach (Karen)
Cots in the SLA hallways?

1:04:38 to: matt montagne
chow steve

1:04:40 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
have to go as well,

1:04:41 to: Peggy George
I'll add a link to our current wiki for ISTE Unplugged to get us started

1:04:44 to: McTeach (Karen)
Thanks Steve!

1:04:44 to: John Peters
Thanks Steve

1:04:45 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
thanks for a great conversation

1:04:45 to: Peggy George
thanks a lot Steve!!!

1:04:48 to: Angela (kyteacher)

1:04:50 to: Sandra Gassner (tekteech7)
thanks steve!

1:04:51 to: Paula Naugle
Thank you everyone. Bye.

1:04:52 to: adolfo arrieta

1:04:53 to: Eileen K

1:05:00 to: Gabie
you 2

1:05:11 to: Bob S.
bye . Thanks.

1:05:18 to: Peggy George
thank you all for joining us! Now I'm all wound up again and totally recharged. What a great conversation!

1:05:42 to: Peggy George
Let's ask Chris!

1:05:56 to: Debbie Salahi

1:06:16 to: McTeach (Karen)
I'm already getting excited for ISTE2011!!

1:06:28 to: Tammy Moore
Gotta head on out to make preparations for classes getting hoing again next week. Thanks for the sesion. :)

1:06:29 to: Peggy George
me too McTeach!!!

1:06:50 to: John Peters
I'm going to have to FIND a wayto make it to ISTE 2011!

1:06:52 to: Peggy George
everyone have a great weekend! Join us next week to talk about Moodle Mayhem :-)

1:06:59 to: Eileen K
Many historical sites to see in Phila.

1:07:00 to: Paula Naugle
Just sent a tweet to Chris Lehmann.

1:07:08 to: Peggy George
start saving $5.00 a week--that's my plan :-)

1:07:09 to: Miguel Guhlin
take care, Kim and Peggy! Thx for having Steve!

1:07:12 to: Peggy George
thanks Paula!!

1:07:21 to: Carlos38205
Thanks guys

1:07:22 to: Miguel Guhlin
Yeah, what are we going to be talking about?

1:07:27 to: Miguel Guhlin

1:07:37 to: Miguel Guhlin
Where are those details, Kim? hehe

1:07:40 to: Paula Naugle
Thanks to the girls. See you next week.

1:07:47 to: Peggy George
we're going to be talking about all of the fabulous resources and people sharing Moodle things on Moodle Mayhem!!

1:07:51 to: Miguel Guhlin
Learner together

1:07:54 to: John Peters
Then I'll have to stay in a KOA Campground if I only save $5 per week!

1:08:02 to: Miguel Guhlin
@paula naugle did you blog your iste experience? please share link

1:08:08 to: Peggy George
Miguel knows how to ask questions to get tons of people to respond :-)

1:08:11 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Out of town next week.

1:08:18 to: McTeach (Karen)
Thank you, everyone!!

1:08:21 to: Paula Naugle

1:08:25 to: Gabie
Thank you to all