1 - CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE January 16, 2010
00:04 to: Peggy George
here we go!!! hang on to your hats :-)

00:06 to: Paula Naugle
Good morning, Kim.

00:12 to: Maureen
@Lorna- I'm going to make up a blog post on our faculty site with them. Tired of hearing the - I don't have time, etc..

00:16 to: Peggy George
welcome everyone!!

00:24 to: Peggy George
great to see you Shamblesguru!!

00:32 to: Paula Naugle
Good morning, Lorna.

00:38 to: McTeach
Woo-hoo! Made it! Looking forward to this session!!!!

00:40 to: Lorna Costantini
@maureen - excellent idea

00:41 to: Peggy George
htttp:live.classroom20.com

00:44 to:
Shamblesguru
Peggy .. hi

00:48 to:
Lorna Costantini
Hi paula

00:55 to:
Peggy George
what a great idea Maureen!!!

01:00 to:
Paula Naugle
Hi Mc Teach.

01:12 to:
McTeach
Good morning, Paula!!

01:14 to:
Peggy George
my dot is on top of yours Kim T AZ :-)

01:20 to:
virginia alberti
hi!

01:26 to:
Peggy George
welcome virginia!!!

01:35 to:
Lorna Costantini
Hello Virginia

01:42 to:
virginia alberti
ciao Peggy!

02:03 to:
Peggy George
we have some great things to learn today!!

02:19 to:
Peggy George
I've also included some other student projects in our gl.am links today

02:29 to:
Paula Naugle
Hi Shamblesguru.

02:42 to:
Peggy George
yeah!!! you're going to get some great ideas from Sarah about this type of project!

02:55 to:
Shamblesguru
Which country?

03:08 to:
Peggy George
I don't teach the civil war but I know lots of teachers who do :-)

03:09 to:
Shamblesguru
(Goog answer)

04:21 to:
Lorna Costantini
Good Morning Ross

04:28 to:
Shamblesguru
Love the name

04:35 to:
Kim Caise
me too!

05:44 to:
McTeach
She's just amazing!!

05:50 to:
Paula Naugle
I was there at NECC and saw Sarah there too.

06:29 to:
Kim Caise
i remember that session!

06:43 to:
Jim Beeghley
Me too, we were in Virginia Beach

06:49 to:
kas
Sarah, any chance you'll be at ISTE in Denver this summer?

07:11 to:
Paula Naugle
Welcome Sarah.

07:31 to:
Peggy George
Welcome Sarah!!!

07:33 to:
MB
Hi Paula..Hi everyone!

07:44 to:
Paula Naugle
Hi MB.

07:56 to:
Peggy George
I wasn't sure how to search for these projects but maybe the term FollowMe would have been good :-)

08:07 to:
Peggy George
very impressive stuff Sarah!!!

08:07 to:
MB
Congrats, Sarah! That is wonderful.

08:16 to:
Jim Beeghley
@kas Yes we are both diong poster sessions

08:19 to:
Peggy George
I love the Boyds Bears!!!

08:20 to:
Paula Naugle
Sarah, I lived in York, PA. I've been to Carlisle.

08:23 to:
Kim Caise
very distinguished 6th grader!

08:33 to:
kas
I'll be there as well - I'll be sure to attend our sessions

08:38 to:
Peggy George
Sarah is such an awesome tech user!!

09:02 to:
Paula Naugle
@Jim B. Great I'll be looking forward to seeing you and Sarah at ISTE.

09:46 to:
Peggy George
It was so exciting to be in Washington DC for NECC this year--went to the Ford Theatre too :-)

09:47 to:
Deb Boatwright
Okay help here Sally is the bear?

09:54 to:
McTeach
That is so very cool!!!

10:02 to:
Jim Beeghley
Yes Sallie is the name of the bear

10:05 to:
Kim Caise
yes deb

10:12 to:
Jim Beeghley
Created by my daughter Sarah

10:25 to:
Peggy George
http://followme.wikispaces.com

10:28 to:
Deb Boatwright
One bear or many that are left at the sites?

10:50 to:
kas
Love the term "Cousins"

10:51 to:
Peggy George
I wonder how many people call her Sallie? She's so famous!!

11:05 to:
Kim Caise
the bear travels around visiting historic places

11:27 to:
Peggy George
most of Sarah's sites and links are in our gl.am today: http://gl.am/y1Ymj

11:34 to:
Deb Boatwright
so is it one bear

11:40 to:
Peggy George
yes one bear

11:55 to:
Peggy George
she's going to show us her sites

11:56 to:
Jim Beeghley
Deb yes for Sarah's project.

11:56 to:
Paula Naugle
So is Sarah encouraging other students to start similar projects?

12:23 to:
Deb Boatwright
Just putting to together as I live near Boston.. So it could be a Paul Revere...or path to the Revolution.

12:25 to:
kas
My brain is whirring. I plan on showing this presentation to my students and getting them started right away. We can do a character from the settling of our area

12:36 to:
Peggy George
some people have used traveling bears just to take their students around the world--we have some links from Silvia Tolisano in our links today about her bear projects

12:40 to:
Kim Caise
absolutely kas

12:47 to:
McTeach
kas...I was just thinking the same thing!

12:50 to:
Paula Naugle
@Deb that is a great idea.

12:53 to:
Kim T AZ
this could be mapped in google earth

12:53 to:
MB
Is this your very own idea, Sarah?

12:55 to:
Deb Boatwright
Easier if you live near the sites

12:58 to:
Peggy George
that's the key--something you're passionate about!

13:06 to:
Shamblesguru
Bear Mail

13:12 to:
Peggy George
:-)

13:47 to:
Peggy George
the build-a-bear workshops are so much fun!!

13:59 to:
Peggy George
that's a great suggestion to try to get one donated for you

14:02 to:
Kim Caise
i love picking out clothes for the build a bear animals

14:07 to:
Paula Naugle
I like the Build-a-Bear website.

14:14 to:
Deb Boatwright
nice

14:15 to:
Peggy George
love it!!

14:29 to:
Lorna Costantini
community partners like to be involved

14:35 to:
MB
That is wonderful. Thanks, Build-a-Bear!

14:39 to:
Peggy George
yeah Glogster!!! such an engaging home page for your site!

14:44 to:
Ann P
glogs are so fun! kids love them

14:46 to:
Kim Caise
love glogster

15:01 to:
Paula Naugle
Kids love making Glogsters.

15:07 to:
Peggy George
http://www.buildabear.com/

15:24 to:
kas
I love that Sallie is the narrator of her own blog!

15:28 to:
MB
Does she have her own gmail account, Sarah?

15:29 to:
Rositsa
HI

15:32 to:
kmhmartin
Will this be available later?

15:34 to:
Peggy George
we'll get to see some of her sites soon

15:52 to:
Peggy George
yes this is being recorded and will be posted shortly after the show is finished

15:54 to:
Kim Caise
yes, the recording will be posted to our site later this weekend at http://live.classroom20.com

15:57 to:
Kim Caise
on the archives page

16:08 to:
Lorna Costantini
http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

16:13 to:
kmhmartin
Wonderful! This is exciting!

16:17 to:
Deb Boatwright
My great great grandmothers first husband died in Andersonville prison

16:23 to:
Peggy George
we can follow civilwarsallie on Twitter :-)

16:24 to:
Paula Naugle
I use Google for most things. Google sites instead of wikispaces.

16:38 to:
Jim Beeghley
twitter.com/civilwarsallie

16:41 to:
Rositsa
HI

16:45 to:
Deb Boatwright
So Sallie travels virtually

16:45 to:
Peggy George
http://twitter.com/civilwarsallie

16:52 to:
Paula Naugle
Civil War Sallie is digitally distinct.

17:04 to:
Peggy George
you can use either virtual or real for the traveling

17:19 to:
Deb Boatwright
Are you an educator Jim?

17:46 to:
Peggy George
Jim's site is fantastic!!

17:50 to:
Paula Naugle
Is Civil War Sallie available for a Skype sessio?

17:58 to:
Paula Naugle
Session?

18:01 to:
Christine
What it Jim's site again?

18:03 to:
Peggy George
http://teachthecivilwar.wikispaces.com/

18:12 to:
Jim Beeghley
http://www.teachthecivilwar.com

18:16 to:
Peggy George
http://blog.teachthecivilwar.com/

18:17 to:
MB
Sarah, does Sallie traveling virtually??? Or do you really send the bear off to another nation?

18:33 to:
Christine
ok thanks :)

18:40 to:
Peggy George
http://www.flickr.com/photos/civilwarsallie/

18:42 to:
kas
Stunt double! I love it

18:45 to:
McTeach
Stunt double! That's great!!!

18:52 to:
Shamblesguru
Am smiling at "Stunt Double"

18:59 to:
Peggy George
that's so funny!! a backup!!

19:01 to:
Paula Naugle
Sarah, what is the best thing you great out of this project? What would you say to others sudents to get them started?

19:06 to:
Deb Boatwright
My husband studies the Civil War.

19:17 to:
Peggy George
http://civilwarsallie.blogspot.com/

19:18 to:
Deb Boatwright
LOL

19:34 to:
MB
Do you get to travel to the classrooms/

19:35 to:
Deb Boatwright
I write better then I would for my teachers!

19:44 to:
Kim Caise
what inspired you to create this project?

19:47 to:
Peggy George
do you get to do any of these technology things in your classroom Sarah or is it all on your own time?

20:07 to:
Paula Naugle
Sarah, do you feel the world is flat? The walls can go away with the tech you are using.

20:17 to:
Peggy George
I love that story!! she is modeling tech use for her teachers :-)

20:22 to:
Deb Boatwright
How do you help students find their passion?

20:52 to:
MB
Are any of your technology sites blocked in your school, Sarah?

21:12 to:
Peggy George
you ask hard questions Deb Boatwright!!

21:24 to:
Kim Caise
her sites are blogs and wikis so usually they aren't blocked

21:26 to:
Deb Boatwright
Sorry Rhetorical

21:40 to:
MB
Thanks, Kim. This is really great. I want to try it.

21:49 to:
Paula Naugle
Global connections are so importart in today's world.

21:51 to:
McTeach
MB...me too!

21:59 to:
kas
blogging is currently blocked in my district, but shhhh..., wikis aren't :-)

22:01 to:
MB
Thanks, Sarah. You are adorable

22:10 to:
Peggy George
so sad that Flickr was blocked for her--she has such great photos on her site

22:13 to:
MB
Lost audio

22:18 to:
Peggy George
http://www.flickr.com/photos/civilwarsallie/

22:28 to:
McTeach
MB...no problem with audio here

22:31 to:
Paula Naugle
@Sarah you are such an inspiration.

22:36 to:
Shamblesguru
Sarah ... I'm listening to you from Thailand at the moment ... and it is midnight

22:45 to:
Peggy George
sometimes the audio drops but it will catch up usually

22:49 to:
MB
Must be me...sorry

23:01 to:
kmhmartin
When are administrators going to develop trust in their teachers' professional judgement?

23:30 to:
McTeach
Eewwwwww

23:36 to:
m. MOORE
good luck kmhmartin

23:39 to:
Kim Caise
that is the million dollar question kmhmartin

24:03 to:
Paula Naugle
@McTeach I agree, but some kids would love to figure out the answer to that icky question.

24:04 to:
Peggy George
http://langwitches.org/blog/2009/09/25/teddy-bear-traveling-again/ Silvia Tolisano has some great traveling bear projects to check out

24:20 to:
Peggy George
http://langwitches.org/blog/2009/10/20/setting-up-and-introducing-a-collaborative-student-math-wiki/(Silvia Tolisano: Setting Up and Introducing a Collaborative Student Math Wiki)

24:21 to:
McTeach
Oh, yes they would, Paula!!

25:07 to:
Peggy George
http://wikisineducation.wetpaint.com/page/Student+Created+Wikis (Wikis in Education: Compilation of student-created wikis for various grades/school projects)

25:25 to:
Peggy George
all of these links are also in our gl.am links today so you can check them out later

25:34 to:
Kim T AZ
this project should be part of the k12 Conference PD

25:35 to:
McTeach
Thank you, Peggy!

25:37 to:
Peggy George
http://gl.am/y1Ymj

26:03 to:
Kim Caise
the quality of student work is increased when sharing online in web conferences

26:08 to:
Peggy George
the International Meeting at NECC is a fantastic experience!

26:30 to:
Peggy George
yeah!! Artsnacks with Kevin Honeycutt!! Awesome site!

27:20 to:
Paula Naugle
I think instead of doing the social studies project, my students should be doing a project like this. They could learn so much more than just copying word from someone else.

27:26 to:
Shellie
The question on railroads and soldiers are what staff officers during the war had to calculate (rates of march).

27:27 to:
Kim Flack
@KimT: it should be shared at the AzTEA events also! :)

27:37 to:
Kim Caise
as teachers we also need to improve our knowledge of copyright issues

27:55 to:
Kim T AZ
sounds like a presentation for WOW...we could do an elluminate session with Sarah...

28:14 to:
kas
copyright issues are pretty murky right now - it will be interesting to watch which direction it takes to honor creators and the idea of open source

28:18 to:
Peggy George
Link for Artsnacks--great student/teacher sharing there! http://www.essdackartsnacks.org/

28:24 to:
kas
love Artsnacks!

28:30 to:
Kim Flack
@KimT: yesssss :)

28:40 to:
Peggy George
wouldn't it be fun to have Sarah Skype into your class???? YES!

28:53 to:
MB
Yes, do you Skype, Sarah?

28:54 to:
Paula Naugle
Peggy, yes it would.

28:57 to:
carolteach4
This is absolutely terrific. What a great presentation. There should be a session during school hours in Elluminate with a student audience. It would be nice to see student responses to what she says

28:57 to:
carolteach4
in the chat.

29:02 to:
debbie
@kas is there one source you use to guide copyright concerns?

29:19 to:
Jen
1, Do you think it is interesting that 33 teachers are here to hear you speak? 2. What does your teacher think about what you are doing??

29:23 to:
Kim T AZ
Kim to Kim - we need to discuss doing this for WOW, right? We could co-hot this incredible young lady

29:26 to:
Peggy George
Skype name: civilwarsallie

29:31 to:
Kim T AZ
co-host!

29:44 to:
Peggy George
http://civilwarsallie.wikispaces.com/

29:51 to:
kas
At this point, I don't because I am staying with the laws; however, there is definitely a persuasive lobby to revamp the laws with all of the Web 2.0 opportunities.

29:51 to:
Kim Caise
civilwarsallie is her twitter name too

29:54 to:
Peggy George
would you like help Sarah?

29:54 to:
dotty myers
this is amazing.

30:24 to:
MB
Cute glogster.

30:24 to:
Lorna Costantini
great we can hear

30:53 to:
Kim Caise
it sometimes takes a bit to load

30:55 to:
Peggy George
Hmmm... I'm not seeing the web tour

31:17 to:
Ann P
loc - great!

31:20 to:
Paula Naugle
Yeah, the start of your site is great.

31:22 to:
Peggy George
if you're not seeing it you can go here in your browser: http://civilwarsallie.wikispaces.com/

31:24 to:
Kim Caise
you might have started it at the same time peggy

31:29 to:
Jim Beeghley
civilwarsallie.com

31:31 to:
Peggy George
that could be Kim

31:34 to:
Kim Caise
http://civilwarsallie.wikispaces.com/

31:40 to:
Peggy George
http://civilwarsallie.com

31:43 to:
MB
I see it well...

31:44 to:
Peggy George
go ahead

32:08 to:
Peggy George
now I'm seeing it!! life is good!! :-)

32:20 to:
Paula Naugle
Love your Rules and Regulations page.

32:29 to:
Lorna Costantini
working well for me Sallie

32:33 to:
Kim Caise
me too, thought that was fantastic!

32:34 to:
Peggy George
this is a great example of how to set up the wikispace for the project

32:46 to:
Kim Caise
very talented young lady!

33:09 to:
Peggy George
default view will let you see more of the screen for her site but less of the chat

33:24 to:
Kim Caise
http://web20guru.wikispaces.com

33:28 to:
Peggy George
http://web20guru.wikispaces.com

33:29 to:
Jim Beeghley
http://web20guru.wikispaces.com/

33:38 to:
Peggy George
funny!!

33:54 to:
McTeach
I'm sorry...could you share that link again?! :P

33:58 to:
Peggy George
did you catch that she asked her dad permission to post his stuff? excellent example!

33:59 to:
Paula Naugle
Sarah, this is a great wiki.

34:08 to:
Peggy George
hilarious McTeach!!

34:18 to:
carolteach4
@Civlwarsallie - just a quick question. I know you are so busy with this project, but do you like to read for pleasure, too? Any favorite books you are reading?

34:20 to:
McTeach
I try. :)

34:25 to:
Kim Caise
what a cute voicethread!

34:48 to:
Peggy George
the timing is perfect for this for teachers to use for President's Day--at least in the US

34:59 to:
Peggy George
the guestbook is an awesome idea!!!

35:12 to:
carolteach4
I've been perusing Susan's voicethread from Classroom2.0 - can't believer how many have participated from all over the world.

35:15 to:
Lorna Costantini
fantastic idea - guest book

35:30 to:
peggy mcgraw
I do a lot with the Civil War and this gives me even more ideas

35:31 to:
Peggy George
http://civilwarsallie.wikispaces.com/Guestbook

35:35 to:
Paula Naugle
Sarah, your wiki is giving me some great ideas on how to improve mine. Thank you.

35:53 to:
Peggy George
you can scroll down that page to see more if you haven't discovered that yet

35:54 to:
David
Thank you so much for sharing this Sarah

35:54 to:
carolteach4
I will be anxious to visit civilwarsallie resources -glad it's a three day weekend.

36:07 to:
Paula Naugle
Ho do you go about getting sponsors?

36:10 to:
Peggy George
yes carolteach4--it will take awhile!!

36:40 to:
Peggy George
love that!!! they don't want Sallie home so sign up!!!!

37:22 to:
Peggy George
being famous probably helps to get sponsors :-)

37:22 to:
Kim Flack
quick -- someone from AZ sign up so she can come to the one site that claims Civil War connections in southern AZ :)

37:37 to:
Paula Naugle
So people heard about you and then they wanted to get involved. Love that.

37:41 to:
kas
Can we help by paying for shipping if we want Sallie to visit? I'd like ot have her on the 30th of Jan

37:45 to:
Peggy George
good idea Kim Flack!!!

37:55 to:
McTeach
LOL!

37:55 to:
Peggy George
oh no Tammy!! Arkansas!!

38:10 to:
McTeach
Northern California needs her!

38:33 to:
Kim T AZ
sounds like sallie is going to need a couple of stunt doubles!

38:37 to:
Tammy Moore
lol and I was going to offer to take her to the battlefield up te road from here. lol

38:39 to:
MB
How about Atlanta??? Would she like to come to the land of "Gone with the Wind"?

38:40 to:
Kim Caise
for sure!

38:48 to:
carolteach4
civilwarsally - on her way to becoming as famous or maybe more famous than Ken Burns

38:50 to:
Ann P
same here to Pea Ridge, AR

38:52 to:
Peggy George
http://www.civilwarsallie.blogspot.com/

39:21 to:
Paula Naugle
Congratulations on your Edublog Award.

39:34 to:
Peggy George
I love the way she uses her blog to expand on the information!! Never knew about hardtack before I read her blog

39:50 to:
Kim Caise
i dont think i would have liked hardtack. especially with the maggots and weevils

40:06 to:
Paula Naugle
I think I'll make hardtack with my students.

40:10 to:
Peggy George
she has such great video and images on her site!

40:14 to:
Kim T AZ
sadly, much of my baking (snickerdoodles) has ended up tasting like hardtack!

40:30 to:
m. MOORE
ha ha Kim

40:34 to:
Paula Naugle
@Kim T AZ Too funny!

40:39 to:
MB
LOL

41:06 to:
Jim Beeghley
http://www.pacomputerfair.org

41:24 to:
Jim Beeghley
http://www.middleschoolcomputerfair.org/

41:36 to:
Deb Boatwright
I do not see anything

41:39 to:
Peggy George
this is great Sarah!!!

41:42 to:
MB
You should just take classes at Dickinson college, Sarah? ;-)

42:15 to:
Peggy George
still seeing your blog on web tour

42:19 to:
Kim Caise
sarah, you might want to restart the web tour

42:21 to:
Ann P
I still see the hardtack page from your blog

42:26 to:
Paula Naugle
Sarah, how old were you when you started this project? I am awed by everything you have created.

42:36 to:
Peggy George
there it changed now :-)

42:41 to:
Kim Caise
there we go

42:43 to:
Peggy George
funny!! thanks Dad!

42:44 to:
Ann P
great

42:46 to:
McTeach
Oh no!! Don't let dads do stuff!!!

42:51 to:
Paula Naugle
That is typical of dads.

43:18 to:
MB
Hey Sarah, you are doing great. There are other modertators who have troubles controlling! You are superb!

43:20 to:
Peggy George
very impressive Sarah!!! congratulations!

43:29 to:
Peggy George
http://www.middleschoolcomputerfair.org/results.html

43:32 to:
m. MOORE
Great job Sarah!

43:35 to:
carolteach4
Winning is Good, but you'd be a winner even without the awards.

43:40 to:
Peggy George
http://teachthecivilwar.wikispaces.com/

43:42 to:
Lorna Costantini
It is nice to get recognized for your hard work - congrats Sarah

44:13 to:
Peggy George
what fantastic collaboration between Sarah and her dad!!! tons of valuable resources for the civil war!

44:16 to:
Peggy George
http://teachthecivilwar.wikispaces.com/Battles

44:28 to:
kas
Just sent in my visitation request for Civil War Sallie to come to Colorado :-)

44:35 to:
Kim Caise
sarah, what you have shared has actually made me interested in exploring history

45:14 to:
Peggy George
that is a great tip because you really only need one projector and one computer to share these things with your students

45:21 to:
carolteach4
The Library of Congress has such wonderful resources; if we teachers only had more time to investigate what is available.

45:28 to:
Peggy George
http://teachthecivilwar.wikispaces.com/peteandc

45:31 to:
Kim Caise
these are great ideas to implement with students

45:56 to:
peggy mcgraw
Another idea is let the students make themselves into a soldier or a civil war nurse in photoshop or gimp

46:09 to:
Peggy George
great idea peggy mcgraw!!!

46:20 to:
Paula Naugle
I couldn't teach anymore without a projector and Internet connection.

46:22 to:
Ann P
document of the day from Lib of Congress is wonderful

46:23 to:
peggy mcgraw
thank you the students love it

46:36 to:
Kim Caise
that's a great idea about using the rss feeds to learn about resources

46:49 to:
Peggy George
I've seen some teachers have their students use Twitter to take on the character of someone to post their comments--kind of like role playing but in 140 characters :-)

47:04 to:
Kim Caise
we do that on wiki pages on the various flat classroom project wikis the students use

47:11 to:
Peggy George
these tips are really helpful for selecting search terms

47:34 to:
McTeach
Just sent an email to Civil War Sallie!

47:40 to:
Kim T AZ
Peggy and Kim - great idea! Higher-level thinking projects.

47:45 to:
kas
can't wait to check our Jim's research as I went "forward" into the classroom to model the use of technology in the classroom. As the building techie, it wasn't working.

47:51 to:
Peggy George
keep scrolling down to see all of these links he's mentioning :-)

48:30 to:
Peggy George
sometimes you can download youtube and teachertube videos to your desktop if those sites are blocked in your school

48:43 to:
kas
check out Vidque to get all of your videos from the different sources all stored in one place

48:49 to:
Peggy George
if you type kickyoutube in front of the url it will download the video foryou

48:53 to:
Maureen
Had a phone call right after the start- missed everything, will have to check the video when it's posted.

49:34 to:
McTeach
Maureen...you won't want to miss it!

49:34 to:
kas
totally understand Maureen - I've been in and out doing the laundry

49:42 to:
peggy mcgraw
Discovery Education has a great editable video on the red badge of courage. Students can use the video to role play themselves as the soldier

49:50 to:
Peggy George
these resources can prompt so many different teachable moments about digital literacy

49:53 to:
annwitherspoon
what did he just say about typing something before google?

50:11 to:
carolteach4
Most YouTube videos can be downloaded using the latest version of RealPlayer. However, I've seen some folks objecting to this - saying it goes against YouTube guidelines.

50:12 to:
Kim T AZ
is kick like kiss....what I use to download youtube videos?

50:23 to:
Kim Caise
kick boefore a youtube video to download

50:24 to:
Peggy George
the Discovery Ed videos can also be embedded into Google Earth so your students can create maps to show the travels

50:24 to:
Kim T AZ
kiss.youtube.com....

50:25 to:
peggy mcgraw
Thank you Jim you are giving me great ideas

50:49 to:
Peggy George
love it Kim T--kiss youtube :-)

51:00 to:
peggy mcgraw
I did not know they can be embedded into Google Earth, Thanks

51:03 to:
Peggy George
isn't that great collaboration??!!

51:14 to:
Deb Boatwright
I love the statement made earlier I write better then I would for my teachers!

51:27 to:
Peggy George
yes Deb Boatwright!! me too!

51:39 to:
Lorna Costantini
writing with a purpose

51:51 to:
Bodie
what's the twitter # again?

51:55 to:
Deb Boatwright
@ Peggy I have been thinking about that..

51:56 to:
kas
Sarah, Jim - what are the obstacles you have faced and how did you overcome them?

52:05 to:
Peggy George
http://twitter.com/civilwarsallie

52:10 to:
Jim Beeghley
twitter.com/fifer1863

52:20 to:
carolteach4
I asked earlier - just curious if Sara has time to pleasure read and what book she's reading, if so.

52:25 to:
Kim T AZ
so much for my watching the cardinals game today...too much research to do on the civil war today!

52:25 to:
MB
Cool do you come to GA?

52:27 to:
Peggy George
I wondered what the fifer meant :-)

52:31 to:
Deb Boatwright
Great parent child connection...

52:39 to:
McTeach
Loving Sarah's comments behind the scene!!

52:42 to:
Peggy George
multitasking Kim!!! Go Cardinals!

52:44 to:
carolteach4
Oh, me, too!

52:48 to:
McTeach
Oh, my kids LOVE Percy Jackson!

52:51 to:
MB
Brothers and sisters?

53:15 to:
carolteach4
I just started the Lightening Thief -anxious for the Percy Jackson movie coming out.

53:24 to:
Kim T AZ
Couldn't agree more with you Jim. They just need to be shown

53:34 to:
Peggy George
be sure to check out the gl.am links for all of these resources! http://gl.am/y1Ymj

53:46 to:
Kim Caise
modeling is key to transform teaching practices

54:00 to:
Paula Naugle
Alright, if you are going to talk about the Carinals then I'll have to put in a woed for my Saints. Geaux Boys!

54:00 to:
Peggy George
when you have a model like Civil War Sallie already created it makes it much easier to get started

54:13 to:
Kim T AZ
You are so right Peggy....this has it all!

54:15 to:
Peggy George
@Paula :-)

54:16 to:
Deb Boatwright
Hear you but dying because of assessments.

54:16 to:
McTeach
Does anyone have a wiki like yours for Revolutionary War?

54:17 to:
MB
LOL, Paula

54:30 to:
Peggy George
you can integrate all subject areas in projects like these!!

54:37 to:
McTeach
Me too! Love Harry!!

54:49 to:
carolteach4
I just listened to Seedlings interviewing a Maine teacher - free technology for teachers- Richard Byrnes - http://www.freetech4teachers.com/

54:51 to:
peggy mcgraw
Thanks so much

54:54 to:
Peggy George
do your teachers let you share this in school Sarah?

55:01 to:
Kim T AZ
Thanks to Sarah and Jim...you are both incredible!

55:05 to:
carolteach4
Lots of great resources aggregated in one blog

55:11 to:
Peggy George
yes carolteach4--that Seedlings show was fantastic!

55:11 to:
kas
Thanks everyone - Sarah and Jim - you are awesome!

55:29 to:
Paula Naugle
Thank you Sarah and Jim. You have given me such great ideas.

55:36 to:
kmhmartin
Thanks for sharing your work! You are inspiring!

55:37 to:
Deb Boatwright
Wish you were one of my students...as your passion might be catching...

55:38 to:
Peggy George
thank you so much Sarah and Jim!!! This has been fantastic!

55:39 to:
Deb Boatwright
thank you

55:46 to:
MB
Yeah...Kim!

55:51 to:
Lorna Costantini
Kim is an expert!!

55:55 to:
dotty myers
thank you for the information

55:58 to:
carolteach4
You have so many great resouces aggreagated, Sara, you've done most of the work for the teachers teaching the Civil War - no need to reinvent the wheel.

56:03 to:
Peggy George
Kim is such an awesome presenter and web/video conferencing will be a great show!!

56:08 to:
Shellie
Thanks, Sarah and Jim. I have a Masters in Military History and am very impressed with the presentation and use of technology.

56:29 to:
Kim T AZ
Thanks to Kim, Lorna and Peggy for making this available for all of us.

56:36 to:
Maureen
I saw yong Zhao in NH last yer- great speaker. Dif point of view

56:39 to:
Peggy George
those are some awesome guests on Future of Education!! very impressive!

56:43 to:
Kim Flack
wonderful resources -- thank you so much!!

56:54 to:
Peggy George
thank you all for joining us today!!!

57:02 to:
Lorna Costantini
Thanks Jim and Sarah - an excellent show - lots to learn and pass on

57:03 to:
MB
As always, it was superb!

57:07 to:
Jim Beeghley
To sign up for Sallie to visit just email her at civilwarsallie@gmail.com

57:10 to:
carolteach4
Thanks to Peggy and all for hosting these wonderful PD opportunities.

57:20 to:
Peggy George
be sure to complete the survey if you'd like a professional development certificate--I'll email it to you

57:22 to:
Kim Flack
kim.flack@asu.edu thank you Peggy :)

57:29 to:
Paula Naugle
Thanks Peggy, Kim and Lorna. Another great CR2.0 Live presentation.

57:37 to:
McTeach
Yes! Thank you Sarah and Jim!!!!

57:44 to:
McTeach
Wonderful presentation!!!

57:46 to:
carolteach4
I am appreciative of the certificates. I haven't asked yet if my district will accept them, but will do so next week.

57:51 to:
MB
It is good to be with all of you again today. You're the best!

57:58 to:
Peggy George
it has been so great hearing Sarah and Jim in person!!!!

58:05 to:
Deb Boatwright
Jim who did you say will skype with classes?

58:06 to:
Ross
Thank you! I've got some great ideas now to use in my class.

58:11 to:
McTeach
Hmmm...I've only received one certificate so far. Am I doing something wrong?

58:26 to:
McTeach
Yup...did that

58:26 to:
Jim Beeghley
Deb yes, I do and so will Sarah

58:28 to:
Peggy George
if you're not receiving your certificate, please email me. I send them out every week

58:31 to:
carolteach4
Just a big thanks to Sara and Jim. This is a most inspiring session.

58:34 to:
Peggy George
pgeorge@mac.com

58:40 to:
Jim Beeghley
I'm fifer1863@gmail.com

58:50 to:
McTeach
Ok, I'll do that, thanks!

58:50 to:
Paula Naugle
Have a great weekend everyone. I have to go get ready to cheer the SAINTS to victory.

58:53 to:
m. MOORE
Peggy, my sounds just went crazy but would like to have the certificate and I will email you my information

58:54 to:
Peggy George
I can send you back certificates if you missed some

59:10 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
Hi this is Jay from India

59:12 to:
Peggy George
there is a place on the survey to provide your email address if you want a certificate

59:18 to:
MB
Good luck, Sarah, come to Georgia!

59:19 to:
carolteach4
Oh, Sara -thank you!

59:21 to:
Kim Flack
Sarah you were wondeful!! Thank you! I can't wait to share this with my own kids!

59:23 to:
Peggy George
yeah Jay!!! welcome from India!!!

59:29 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
thanks

59:39 to:
Peggy George
have fun with it!!! great tip!!

59:45 to:
Deb Boatwright
You are blessed to have a passion.

59:48 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
thank you !

59:55 to:
annwitherspoon
where is the link for the survey?

1:00:02 to:
Peggy George
learning to use Glogster is a great way to begin the project :-)

1:00:12 to:
Peggy George
the survey will pop up when you log out of this session

1:00:18 to:
carolteach4
I hope that Steve can set up a session with Sarah and her dad during school hours. We can have kids participate in the webinar from classrooms all over.

1:00:26 to:
annwitherspoon
okay, thanks

1:00:29 to:
Peggy George
great idea carolteach4!!

1:00:59 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
exactly caroltech4 we are hoping for the same in our school aswell

1:01:03 to:
dotty myers
do you visit the battlefield at Gettysburg. Went there in my junior year in hs

1:01:08 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
saturday is usually a holiday

1:01:22 to:
Deb Boatwright
Why

1:01:24 to:
Deb Boatwright
o

1:01:35 to:
dotty myers
In fact that was our junior class trip from Phila

1:01:37 to:
Peggy George
she makes you want to visit the sites that Civil War Sallie has visited!

1:01:37 to:
annwitherspoon
I would love to jump on the conference during class-has anyone does this?

1:01:47 to:
Peggy George
great use for ipod touch!!! wow!

1:02:02 to:
m. MOORE
I have been to Gettysburg and Bull Run, now in Florida I am wanting to visit the sites here, there were very few Civil War confrontations here

1:02:05 to:
dotty myers
Have you visited Camp William Penn where the Black soliders had a camp

1:02:07 to:
Deb Boatwright
Geocaching photos

1:02:11 to:
Deb Boatwright
new concept

1:02:12 to:
Peggy George
geocaching with primary source photos :-)

1:02:26 to:
annwitherspoon
wow-great use of primary source info

1:02:49 to:
annwitherspoon
have you been to Vicksburg?

1:02:50 to:
Peggy George
I have taken photos at museums and come back home to try to find them on the internet but this is even better!

1:02:57 to:
Deb Boatwright
Do you tie genealogoy into this

1:03:07 to:
Deb Boatwright
genealogy

1:03:10 to:
carolteach4
From now on everyone in this chat who visit Civil War site and who have an iPhone should send pics to civilwarsally for her copyright-free resources

1:03:24 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
well good ide !

1:03:28 to:
McTeach
That would be a cool idea!

1:03:28 to:
Deb Boatwright
For example I have my great great grandfathers civil war bible..

1:03:28 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
*idea

1:03:35 to:
Peggy George
there are so many "extension" possibilities for this project!

1:03:38 to:
Deb Boatwright
and I have his record of service

1:03:45 to:
McTeach
Peggy...agreed!

1:03:58 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
I have my grandfather's diary stilll.....

1:04:05 to:
Peggy George
it would be fun to interview parents, grandparents about things in the project

1:04:22 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
yeah why not !

1:04:27 to:
Peggy George
how awesome Jay! grandfather's diary!! I'll bet you love reading it!

1:04:32 to:
m. MOORE
Deb...my mom and I have done alot of genealogy and found that she had a colnel on her side and my maiden name is Custer so you know where that linkage went....

1:04:48 to:
Deb Boatwright
did that have any thing to do with your passion

1:05:01 to:
Peggy George
we may all have people in our families connected with the civil war and don't even know it

1:05:11 to:
carolteach4
My great grandfather Elliot Robinson was in the Civil War, and my husband has used genealogy resources to find out about him. We have his discharge papers and a couple of photos of him in uniform.

1:05:13 to:
Peggy George
I've never researched that for my family

1:05:18 to:
m. MOORE
exactly Peggy and would be great for students to research that

1:05:20 to:
dotty myers
If you have the opporunity Pennsylvania has a rich history

1:05:27 to:
dotty myers
http://us-civil-war.suite101.com/article.cfm/first_civil_war_training_camp_for_black_soldiers

1:06:08 to:
Deb Boatwright
What have you found out about childrens role in the civil war?

1:06:12 to:
m. MOORE
i teach American History online school......alot of this would be great to use

1:06:24 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
Ok peggy ill just send you in ! thanks again

1:06:31 to:
Peggy George
great question Deb Boatwright!

1:06:47 to:
Deb Boatwright
Me: What have you found out about childrens role in the civil war?

1:07:05 to:
dotty myers
I have visited several civil war sites.

1:07:15 to:
Deb Boatwright
but what was the youngest soldier

1:07:22 to:
Jim Beeghley
Johnny Clem

1:07:29 to:
Peggy George
maybe you could have your kids create some games from the Civil War time :-)

1:07:37 to:
Deb Boatwright
another relative was a drummer boy and got killed

1:07:55 to:
Peggy George
there were some very young "kids" fighting in the war!

1:07:58 to:
m. MOORE
I encourage my students that if they have a chance to visit a war site to do so. There has been some rather interesting comments by my students when they return

1:08:00 to:
Jay.Sonit 1
students are an active part as we believe that whatever mistakes were comitted in the past; we realise it and try to ut down differences !

1:08:15 to:
Peggy George
isn't it amazing that so many of these games are still used today??!!

1:08:39 to:
carolteach4
In researchin my great grandfather, we ended up in contact with other relatives who had Elliot's mess kit from the Civil War.

1:09:11 to:
Peggy George
writing a diary in the role of a person in the civil war would be such a great activity for students!

1:09:12 to:
carolteach4
We were able to share photos of him.

1:09:54 to:
Peggy George
the survey will pop up when you log out of elluminate

1:10:34 to:
Deb Boatwright
thank you

1:10:35 to:
m. MOORE
Alright, thanks Peggy. Everyone have a great day!

1:10:45 to:
Peggy George
http://www.clicktools.com/survey?iv=b511e98485ee875

1:10:46 to:
carolteach4
I had to memorize the Gettysburg Address in middle school; today, it would make more sense to put it into a PhotoStory3 and add pictures and music. It would be far more meaningful.

1:11:01 to:
annwitherspoon
what are art snacks again?

1:11:03 to:
Peggy George
the Art Snacks Ning is an incredible resource!!

1:11:06 to:
Deb Boatwright
Gettysburg Rap Address

1:11:11 to:
Peggy George
http://www.essdackartsnacks.org/

1:11:42 to:
Peggy George
a civil war rap?? what fun!

1:11:48 to:
Deb Boatwright
My son did a Revolution Rap for a project in High School

1:11:49 to:
carolteach4
You have to sign in to view artsnacks.

1:12:02 to:
Peggy George
kids could definitely relate to a rap and would have fun creating one :-)

1:12:05 to:
Kim Caise
http://vidsnacks.ning.com/

1:12:29 to:
Peggy George
yes there has been so much spam on nings lately that many are requiring registration now

1:12:46 to:
Deb Boatwright
Maybe we should reach out to parents to help them integrate...technology in the home..

1:12:56 to:
Peggy George
The vidsnacks ning is created by Tim Holtz and he is a fantastic resource for using video in the classroom

1:12:58 to:
carolteach4
Oh, I see. Thanks. I write down everything I join now

1:13:03 to:
Deb Boatwright
What is coming next from her?

1:13:14 to:
Deb Boatwright
a new passion

1:13:16 to:
carolteach4
Just a great big thank you and hope we can hear from you again soon.

1:13:20 to:
Deb Boatwright
?

1:13:22 to:
Deb Boatwright
A what

1:13:32 to:
Jim Beeghley
http
www.peteandc.com

1:13:46 to: Deb Boatwright
Computer fair at the school?

1:13:55 to: Peggy George
@Deb Boatwright--we are actually beginning a new project to help parents learn technology. http://digitalparent.net Just getting started. Come and join us!

1:14:09 to: Jim Beeghley
Computer fair in our region and then there is a state competition

1:14:13 to: Deb Boatwright
?district fair

1:14:24 to: Deb Boatwright
A teacher?

1:14:32 to: Deb Boatwright
great minds think alike

1:14:42 to: Deb Boatwright
Journalist

1:14:47 to: Deb Boatwright
Reporter

1:14:51 to: Peggy George
that would be fantastic Sarah! we need teachers like you!!

1:15:17 to: Peggy George
thank you Sarah!! you have been so inspiring!!

1:15:33 to: carolteach4
Do we just close the window for the survey?

1:15:36 to: Peggy George
what a fantastic team! Jim and Sarah!!!

1:15:36 to: Deb Boatwright
I did not see an answer about Sallie going to Atlanta?

1:16:06 to: Peggy George
quite elluminate by going to elluminatelive in the menu--choice is quit elluminate live

1:16:19 to: Deb Boatwright
You did an A+++ job!

1:16:21 to: Jay.Sonit 1
though i joined late i browsed through the chats

1:16:24 to: carolteach4
Sarah, how old are you and how long have you been doing this?

1:16:29 to: annwitherspoon
Good job Sarah!

1:16:30 to: Peggy George
spread the word so people will sign up to have Sallie visit!!

1:16:38 to: Jay.Sonit 1
it was one i just missed but the recording will be of great help

1:16:43 to: Jay.Sonit 1
sure

1:16:44 to: Jay.Sonit 1
!

1:16:57 to: Peggy George
yes Jay! great info today and it will all be in the recording :-)

1:17:03 to: Deb Boatwright
So much content for a year.

1:17:14 to: carolteach4
I teach 7th and 8th grade - love my 12 year olds - you are fabulous

1:17:17 to: Peggy George
yes you could use this project for an entire year!!

1:17:18 to: Deb Boatwright
What did you start with?

1:17:35 to: Peggy George
bye everyone! thank you so much for joining us! Have a great weekend!

1:17:54 to: Jay.Sonit 1
http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AaLjje7_3s11ZHRoZHpxM18wYzdycHZodDI&hl=en&invite=CJez94sH

1:17:58 to: carolteach4
Basketball - great - keeps you moving!

1:18:00 to: Jay.Sonit 1
we used this in our school

1:18:02 to: Peggy George
another great tip--start with one person like Clara Barton :-)

1:18:13 to: Jay.Sonit 1
please go through and let us noe on jvenaik@gmail.com

1:18:32 to: Deb Boatwright
Civil War Preservation Trust?

1:18:39 to: Peggy George
thank you for sharing that link Jay! Flat classroom! Yeah!

1:18:44 to: Jim Beeghley
http://www.civilwar.org

1:18:54 to: carolteach4
I know we have to let you go, Sarah. Have a great basketball game. Are you playing or just observing?

1:19:21 to: Deb Boatwright
bye thank you again

1:19:24 to: Peggy George
http://www.civilwar.org/

1:19:39 to: Peggy George
have fun in the basketball game Sarah!

1:19:41 to: Jay.Sonit 1
sure

1:19:43 to: Sarah Beeghley
I am playing.

1:19:43 to: Tammy Moore
bye everyone. Great presentation Sarah and Jim

1:19:45 to: Jay.Sonit 1
thanks loads

1:19:46 to: Tammy Moore
:)

1:19:46 to: Jay.Sonit 1
!

1:19:51 to: Peggy George
awesome job Sarah and Jim!!! Thank you again!!!