CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE – Featured Teacher – Anne Mirtschin January 15, 2011 at 11:02 AM

00:15 to: Peggy George
All of Anne's links are in our livebinder today. Click on the tab for Jan. 15-Anne Mirtschin http://livebinders.com/edit?id=53050#

00:24 to: Peggy George
Hooray for Anne!!!!!

00:37 to: roxanne
finally sunny and clear in alameda california today

00:44 to: Anne MIrtschin
Thank you and it is a pleasure

00:54 to: McTeach (Karen)
Happy to see Kim and Peggy back too!!!

01:03 to: Kim Caise
thank you very much mcteach!

01:06 to: Anne MIrtschin
Thank you Lorna, because I always worry about me disappearing

01:07 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Like now having the livebinders- great way to keep it all organized and easy to share

01:13 to: Kim Caise
you can still barely hear me

01:17 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Get well soon, Peggy and Kim.

01:23 to: Peggy George
We are so excited to be featuring Anne today! We have wanted her for a long time and were embarrassed to ask her knowing it was the middle of the night for her. She is amazing!

01:33 to: mrsdurff
there is no keeping Peggy down

01:40 to: Peggy George
thank you everyone! so great to be back with you--even though I'm not full steam!

01:42 to: Peggy George
:-)

01:47 to: Dotty Myers
Sunny here in San Jose. Springlike weather yesterday.

01:47 to: Kim Caise
toni has worked with us on the flat classroom project

01:57 to: Toni Olivieri-Barton
not new to elluminate, but new to Classroom 2.0

01:58 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hi Jan Wells.

01:58 to: Jan Wells @janwells
Good Morning, @plnaugle

02:00 to: Toni Olivieri-Barton
:)

02:14 to: Anne MIrtschin
I love the flat classroom projects. Will be talking about them.

02:16 to: Peggy George
closed captioning is also great for people who speak other languages :-) Thank you Tammy!

02:21 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Good morning, Zoe.

02:50 to: zmidler
Hey Paula! (a

03:07 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Good morning, Karen (McTeach).

03:30 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning, Miss Paula!!!

03:42 to: Kim Caise
hi steve!

03:48 to: Anne MIrtschin
@Peggy Thank you for all those comments. I am on summer holidays now, so shall have a sleep this afternoon. Hello Steve

03:53 to: McTeach (Karen)
Dotty...it's rather foggy here in Pleasant Hill

04:11 to: Peggy George
Naps are a wonderful thing Anne!! I'm taking many of them these days!

04:20 to: Kim Caise
same here peggy!

04:25 to: Anne MIrtschin
HOpe you are soon feeling 100% @Peggy

04:30 to: SusanSi
rainy Sat morn in NE Texas

04:59 to: Peggy George
http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html Recording and links will be posted here after the show

05:35 to: Peggy George
love all of those sparkling red dots!!! so great to have such a global audience!

05:37 to: Kim Caise
shambles in thailand

05:44 to: (@soltauheller) sarahjane
island

05:49 to: Kim Caise
welcome everyone!

06:09 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Getting warmer today in New Orleans.

06:13 to: Peggy George
Anne will be back!! no worries!

06:15 to: Kim Caise
that's ok.

06:40 to: Peggy George
Tech Talk Tuesdays are the highlight of my week on Monday nights :-)

06:53 to: Anne MIrtschin
I am on the other end of the webinar today. Feels rather strange

07:00 to: Dotty Myers
I stay up late for TechTalk, becuase it is so interesting

07:06 to: Kim Caise
same here dotty

07:08 to: Kim Caise
when i can

07:11 to: Peggy George
Anne always records the sessions so you can access the recordings on LearnCentral

07:23 to: Anne MIrtschin
Thank you as I really appreciate you US people staying up late.

07:38 to: McTeach (Karen)
So, Tech Talk Tuesday is on MONDAY???

07:44 to: Kim Caise
we all presented together for the global ed conference in nov. 2010

07:52 to: Peggy George
Monday night for us McTeach--9:45pm in AZ

07:53 to: Anne MIrtschin
Yes @Karen Tech Talk Tuesdays are on Monday for you. Weird isnt it

08:13 to: Steve Hargadon
Does Elluminate count?

08:15 to: McTeach (Karen)
Anne and Peggy...it does mess with the head a bit. :)

08:17 to: Peggy George
I wish I had!!! The Aussie's are doing incredible things with technology!

08:23 to: Anne MIrtschin
Some of my fabulous connections are in this room today

08:30 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Yes, I have Skyped with Sue Waters.

08:34 to: Peggy George
you'll know how to connect with them after today's session :-)

08:40 to: Eileen K
I would love to skype with other classes, if my Principal would allow us to do it.

08:40 to: Dotty Myers
up to now our network would not handle skype

08:46 to: Anne MIrtschin
Well, the kids call me that from Malaysia

08:48 to: Peggy George
oh yes Paula!! I have skyped with Sue Waters :-)

08:53 to: Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
Hi Anne and Kim!

08:58 to: Anne MIrtschin
Hi Suzie

09:01 to: techlady15
I would love to Skype but it's blocked in my district.

09:05 to: Kim Caise
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vP8Mf-cURWU

09:05 to: Peggy George
http://murcha.wordpress.com/ (Anne Mirtschin’ Blog)

09:29 to: Peggy George
I love this video intro!!

09:29 to: Terri Reh
I Skype from Colorado, if any one is interested. (3rd grade)

09:35 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
I love the excitement in the students' voices!

09:43 to: Peggy George
Hi Terri Reh! Great to see you!

09:53 to: Terri Reh
Peggy :)

09:56 to: Anne MIrtschin
I love that excitement too. You can not describe it but you can hear it.

10:04 to: Peggy George
we're going to hear about many of these projects in the video today :-)

10:17 to: Kim Caise
awesome!

10:32 to: Anne MIrtschin
Oh, I am soooo.... slow The video just really started for me

10:35 to: Sebastian Panakal (India)
awesome!! Great

10:39 to: Kim Caise
we are so appreciative anne!

10:59 to: Peggy George
welcome Anne!!!

11:02 to: Nick Hutchins
First time I've ever used it and will basically just be listening to learn

11:04 to: Peggy George
always love the accent!!

11:16 to: Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
There's that lovely voice I know and miss!

11:22 to: Kim Caise
hi suzie!

11:33 to: Peggy George
answer it :-)

11:37 to: Sebastian Panakal (India)
Keep up your pace. You don't need to slow down!

11:50 to: Peggy George
we want to know what you think Anne :-)

12:12 to: Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
moving video I so very needed to see right now, Anne! Hi Kim!

12:18 to: Peggy George
nice try Anne! she always makes everyone engage in the conversation!

12:27 to: Kim Caise
evernote

12:29 to: Dorie
wiki

12:30 to: roxanne
WebTools for learning...is how I reference the tools I use

12:31 to: Lorie Moffat
Elluminate & Moodle

12:32 to: Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
Ning, Wikispaces, Skype

12:32 to: iShar
wikispaces

12:33 to: Joan Young @flourishingkids
edmodo

12:34 to: Doug Henry
Weebly, Blogs, Online whiteboards, Google docs

12:35 to: roxanne
wllwisher

12:36 to: McTeach (Karen)
blogs (wordpress, google sites), edmodo

12:37 to: Francisco
Moodle

12:40 to: Dorie
google

12:40 to: Kim Caise
tweetdeck

12:41 to: Patti R
blogging, skype, podcasting, wikis,

12:41 to: @aimeevt
Edmodo, glogster, wiki, moodle

12:41 to: Peggy George
google apps, evernote, diigo, voicethread, wikis, skype...

12:41 to: Toni Olivieri-Barton
Web 2.0 is how I try to teach everything- teaching hs tech- wiki, blogs, nings, prezi

12:43 to: McTeach (Karen)
wikispaces and pbworks

12:43 to: Joan Young @flourishingkids
voicethread

12:45 to: john
google docs, glogster

12:46 to: techlady15
Global learning....no longer do we learn in isolation. We use Wikispaces, Nings, Blogs,

12:46 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Use googleapps, youtube, glogster, goanimate, diigo, wikispaces, blogs

12:46 to: Terri Reh
prezi

12:48 to: Jane Z
voicethread, wordle, piclits

12:49 to: Stephanie Pearl 3
Free tools for educators, Edmodo, voice thread, ning, blog, moodle

12:49 to: Joan Young @flourishingkids
glogster

12:50 to: Kim C
Moodle

12:50 to: Dotty Myers
blog, online whiteboard, doodle

12:50 to: Joan Young @flourishingkids
wordle

12:54 to: @aimeevt
voicethread too

12:54 to: Terri Reh
voicethread

12:55 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Kidblog,org, Edmodo, Google docs, Skype

12:55 to: Sebastian Panakal (India)
blog, skype, wikis..

12:55 to: roxanne
wallwisher, voicethread, woedle,

12:57 to: Patti R
voicethread, glogster

12:58 to: Mary P
Moodle, google apps, skype, wordle, prezi

12:59 to: purtisingh
google doc, voicethread, blogs

13:00 to: Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
Google Apps for Edu

13:01 to: Toni Olivieri-Barton
jaycut, onetruemedia

13:01 to: Peggy George
nings, blogs, glogs, wordle, elluminate :-)

13:04 to: Kim C
Big Blue Button

13:04 to: McTeach (Karen)
google docs!

13:05 to: zmidler
Glogster, Animoto, Wikispaces, VT--means empowering student voice

13:05 to: Terri Reh
Fodey

13:06 to: Dorie
blogger, voicethread

13:06 to: Angela (kyteacher)
Started using Weebly with my students yesterday...loved it!

13:07 to: (@soltauheller) sarahjane
ww and linoit

13:07 to: Dotty Myers
tagxedo

13:08 to: Eileen K
prezi,wordle,glogster

13:09 to: Joan Young @flourishingkids
So many tools..so little time!

13:10 to: roxanne
animto, glogster

13:16 to: Terri Reh
pbworks

13:19 to: Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
LOVE animoto and glogster, too!

13:23 to: Kathy
I use wiki's, classroom shutterfly website, google tools, animoto, glogster

13:29 to: Peggy George
this concept is so important!! love the image!

13:43 to: Peggy George
Ally’ blog http://allyrock.edublogs.org/2009/10/28/class-in-australia/

13:43 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@peggy- you should grab the tools from the chat and see what they look like as a wordle :-)

13:43 to: Esther 1
blog, glogster,tweeter, schoology, and students create products and this way learn the content as well as solve problems while doing it.

13:44 to: Luke_physicsEducationResearch_gradStudent
was that a screen capture from second life?

13:53 to: Peggy George
great idea Maureen!!

14:59 to: Peggy George
I saw the joint presentation that Anne and Lorraine did for the Global Education Conference and it is amazing! Be sure to listen to it!

15:14 to: Kristen B
question: which do you guys prefer, live binders or evernote??

15:20 to: (@soltauheller) sarahjane
evernote!

15:23 to: Sebastian Panakal (India)
livebinder

15:25 to: Scaria TC (India)
Hello

15:49 to: Joan Young @flourishingkids
awesome!

15:50 to: Lorraine Leo 1
Great to hear!!!

15:52 to: (@soltauheller) sarahjane
love that I can tag kids to group them for instruction

16:00 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@Peggy wish all the global ed conf stuff was on itunes... makes it so much easier to listen and to share. Thank you for putting classroom 2.0 Live on there!

16:15 to: Peggy George
http://www.globaleducationconference.com/recordings.html

16:35 to: Peggy George
I agree Maureen!! Definitely makes it easier to access anywhere :-)

17:01 to: Peggy George
How I met Veronica from Malaysia (from Anne)
http://www.globalschoolnet.org/ and then renewed acquaintances with http: www.linkedin.com

17:19 to:
Peggy George
Introducing Malaysian customs –e-intercultural Learning Experience
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/introducing-malay-customs-and-cultures-an-e-intercultural-learning-adventure/

17:26 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.globalschoolnet.org/gsh/pr/ internet project registration page

17:27 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@Peggy- I download a whole slew of them- put on itouch- hook to TV and can curl up in a comfy chair by the fire to watch/listen/learn

17:37 to:
Peggy George
fabulous idea Maureen!!

18:16 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@Peggy- have to use the TV for something, other than a large paperweight

18:21 to:
Peggy George
:-)

18:45 to:
Peggy George
Lost in Malaysia
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/23/lost-in-malaysia/

18:57 to:
Peggy George
Boston co-teaching:
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/14/confusion-with-global-learningteaching/

19:07 to:
McTeach (Karen)
Hello Lorraine!

19:19 to:
Peggy George
Thrilled to have you here Lorraine!

19:29 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
So great!

19:30 to:
zmidler
Very curious about technical infrastructure required to support a classroom w/o walls? What, is any, bandwidth issues, do you need to consider?

19:33 to:
McTeach (Karen)
Woo-hoo!! Boston!! Best city ever!!!!

19:39 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@Lorraine Are you at lizbdavis' old school?

19:52 to:
Francisco
Been to Boston at the Internat'l TESOL Convention. Loved it!

19:56 to:
Peggy George
Anne is a great example of what you can do with low bandwidth!

20:08 to:
Kim Caise
very resourceful

20:17 to:
Francisco
True!

20:27 to:
Peggy George
that is so true!!

20:37 to:
Peggy George
Listen2Learners
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/17/listen2learners/

20:42 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Sometimes we are most creative with fewer resources...

20:57 to:
Kim Caise
absolutely joan

21:11 to:
Peggy George
I love this story!!

21:23 to:
Lorraine Leo 1
@bcdtech in Newton

21:30 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
I am so inspired by this to connect my students more globally

21:33 to:
Doug Henry
It would be neat to use "augmented reality" with Skype...

21:55 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@Lorraine- I'm in western MA- teach in Lenox... not so far away

22:02 to:
Peggy George
Student post
Flurogreen http://flurogreen.globalstudent.org.au/2010/10/20/listen2learners-all-the-way/

22:28 to:
Terri Reh
I think I missed sometihing while talking to Paula. What shall I book the LMC for?

22:59 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@doug henry- have you looked at aris app for AR? I just downloaded it the other day, haven't played with it

23:31 to:
Peggy George
Anne is showing us that there are no excuses--anyone can do this!!

24:00 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Love it!

24:04 to:
Doug Henry
@Maureen - I've been playing with AR Media plugin for Sketchup - http://www.inglobetechnologies.com/en/new_products/arplayer/info.php

24:18 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@MB My school is right next to Kripalu- come on down

24:35 to:
Kim Caise
kevin honeycutt demonstrated ar media plugin on our countdown smackdown

25:14 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@Kim- that's what got me interested- Kevin's demo. I tried it- need more practice

25:29 to:
Peggy George
all of Anne's links are on a google doc that we have added to our Livebinder today: http://livebinders.com/edit?id=53050#

25:47 to:
Peggy George
Lost in Malaysia
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/23/lost-in-malaysia/

26:39 to:
Terri Reh
Just came back seeshe

27:16 to:
Peggy George
what an incredible learning experience for them! these are things they might never get to see in person!

27:45 to:
Peggy George
if you lose audio it is usually due to bandwidth fluctuation and will usually come back and try to catch up with a "mickey mouse" voice

28:59 to:
Peggy George
these are really creative examples of ways to connect on Skype!!

29:10 to:
Lorna Costantini
you are Ok still

29:11 to:
Peggy George
no problem Anne!!

29:21 to:
Peggy George
audio is coming through fine for me

29:26 to:
MB
I still hear you well.

29:26 to:
Kim Caise
you have addressed the questions

29:26 to:
zmidler
Can hear you fine Anne

29:32 to:
Peggy George
ePlanks- http://eplanks.wikispaces.com

29:38 to:
roxanne
We re in awe at so much you do with so little!

29:41 to:
Terri Reh
I keep loosing her

29:42 to:
Peggy George
that is Anne's brief "About Me" :-)

29:56 to:
zmidler
So how important is that Skype opps are tied to a unit of study or curriculum--is it serendipity?

30:35 to:
brigid
how did you find all these people to skype with - the people at the geopark etc?

30:57 to:
Peggy George
Educators’Guide to Innovation http://guidetoinnovation.ning.com

31:08 to:
Dotty Myers
I think people forget not all the world is urban. I like the focus on rural education.

31:11 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.classroom20.com

31:16 to:
Peggy George
Global Education Collaborative Ning http://globaleducation.ning.com/

31:16 to:
Esther 1
What is the complete addres that Anne shares - it's cut:

31:36 to:
Esther 1
http://techtalktuesdays.globalteacher.org.....

31:46 to:
@shamblesguru
Some info about finding people on Skype at http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/skype/

31:55 to:
Eileen K
Kangaroos in the school yard?

32:00 to:
Peggy George
all of these links are in the Livebinder and will be posted in our archives along with the recording too

32:05 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
@esther 1 the link says unreachable?

32:17 to:
Peggy George
Where to find schools to connect with
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2008/12/31/where-to-find-schools-to-connect-with/

32:19 to:
Francisco
thanks for posting

32:28 to:
Peggy George
yes Anne

32:52 to:
Peggy George
that's why we didn't see a dot in Australia :-)

32:53 to:
Steve Hargadon
I LOVE IT!

33:09 to:
Angela (kyteacher)
Gorgeous!

33:09 to:
Peggy George
what an incredible image!!! laptops and cows :-)

33:11 to:
Kim Caise
http://techtalktuesdays.globalteacher.org.au/

33:17 to:
Doug Henry
A moo-ving experience...

33:18 to:
Francisco
well said

33:23 to:
Peggy George
funny Doug!!

33:31 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@Doug Too funny.

33:47 to:
Peggy George
Livebinder link: http://livebinders.com/edit?id=53050#

34:00 to:
Kim Caise
https://docs2.google.com/document/d/1O4nxTrEOppipMUo2hza12y5EJlM5VPjFjr8qtXeSWcs/edit?hl=en&authkey=CP_ii9IG#

34:03 to:
Kim Caise
eplanks

34:08 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Eplanks?

34:21 to:
Kim Caise
http://eplanks.wikispaces.com/

34:34 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
I like that term - eplanks.

34:40 to:
Kim Caise
very creative!

34:55 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
love it! Students love to teach me tech tips

35:04 to:
Kim Caise
the 21st century classroom https://docs2.google.com/document/d/1O4nxTrEOppipMUo2hza12y5EJlM5VPjFjr8qtXeSWcs/edit?hl=en&authkey=CP_ii9IG#

35:15 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
How did you get the teachers at your school to come on board to use tech?

35:30 to:
zmidler
I am always blown away by our Aussy counterparts including Jenny Luca, Jackie Gerstein, Judy O'Connell, etc.

35:36 to:
Francisco
Thanks for sharing -this is a fabulous document

36:09 to:
Francisco
Awesome!

36:10 to:
Peggy George
A true global class http://murcha.wordpress.com/2009/04/05/connections-with-a-capital-c/

36:18 to:
Peggy George
wow!!!

36:21 to:
Doug Henry
Turn the students into a knowledge-bank - each an expert at something

36:33 to:
Kim Caise
connect your class to the globe https://docs1.google.com/document/d/1InMKIYDFZmPR_hJaAnorkXKRuV7MW_1filk69B5r6ms/edit?hl=en&authkey=CPa6-bYO#

36:34 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Love student experts

36:35 to:
Francisco
So ture, it's empowering for them

36:50 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Choice so powerful yet underutilized

36:52 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
I love these examples that are relevent to my rural school and I can share!

36:55 to:
Peggy George
http://www.compued.com.au/discovere/tour/ DiscoverE

36:59 to:
Esther 1
@Maureen Our district is offering 6 sessions through AEA to take workshops specifically to help teachers implement Tech and they will become the mentors in their buildings.

37:15 to:
Francisco
makes me want to go and teach in the country :)

37:50 to:
Anne MIrtschin
blog

38:06 to:
Peggy George
Blogs
http://backyard.globalstudent.org.au First class blog

38:13 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Anne, we love your accent. Sounds lovely.

38:18 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@Esther1 Most teachers at my school do not take advantage of any of that type of workshop- and will not unless admin "makes" them.

38:19 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
my students would be fascinated to connect with others who have volcanos in their backyard

38:21 to:
zmidler
intrigued by having students share the cost of a 1:1 computing device--creates ownership and accountability

38:34 to:
Peggy George
Student blog http://tadfish.globalstudent.org.au

39:42 to:
Terri Reh
aula Naugle (@plnaugle)Is helping me set up a three way Skype! How exciting.

39:52 to:
Terri Reh
Paula

40:01 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Paula is great :-)

40:20 to:
Kim Caise
https://docs1.google.com/document/d/1InMKIYDFZmPR_hJaAnorkXKRuV7MW_1filk69B5r6ms/edit?hl=en&authkey=CPa6-bYO# connect your class to the globe

40:20 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
She got me going with a great beginning of the year Wordle lesson :-)

40:29 to:
Peggy George
Flurogreen http://flurogreen.globalstudent.org.au/2010/10/20/listen2learners-all-the-way/

40:39 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
@plnaugle ROCKS!!!

40:42 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
anyone know if you can put a clustrmap on kidblog?

40:49 to:
Peggy George
Cross Cultural blogging challenge http://chatty.globalstudent.org.au/2008/10/13/illegal-immigrants-in-australia/

41:08 to:
Doug Henry
Wish: Skype + Dragon + Google translate to generate translations of foreign speakers "on the fly"...

41:17 to:
Peggy George
what an amazing experience using the translator to communicate :-)

41:21 to:
FrankC
Will the slides and links be on the Ning soon for further reference?

41:43 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Thanks, Teri, Joan, and Jan.

41:49 to:
Peggy George
Cross Cultural blogging challenge http://chatty.globalstudent.org.au/2008/10/13/illegal-immigrants-in-australia/

42:03 to:
Terri Reh
Doug, am I understanding you right? Languages can be translated?

42:07 to:
Lorna Costantini
@FrankC yes all is recorded for you http://live.classroom20.com

42:14 to:
FrankC
thx

42:20 to:
Lorna Costantini
check out the archives and recordings

42:22 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
that is an incredible authentic writing lesson!

42:40 to:
Anne MIrtschin
What makes a good teacher

42:59 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
I have a new student this week- no English. Hoping that the google translator to Arabic works...

43:05 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Oh.. that gives me goosebumps.. so powerful for her to get that comment

43:08 to:
Peggy George
our archives for recordings and links are NOT on the Classroom 2.0 Ning--they are on the Classroom 2.0 LIVE site: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

43:26 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Aww.. wonderful story

43:27 to:
Kim Caise
how inspriring!

43:33 to:
Toni Olivieri-Barton
yes

43:37 to:
Peggy George
Class blog –http://murch.globalteacher.org.au

43:52 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
These stories you share are so inspiring

44:04 to:
Toni Olivieri-Barton
i agree

44:10 to:
Francisco
ditto

44:52 to:
Esther 1
How did Anne first get to contact with these other classrooms in other countries? Personal contacts? or what?

45:08 to:
FrankC
How does one find out what experts are on Skype to bring into the classroom?

45:23 to:
Kim Caise
there is an skype an authors wiki

45:35 to:
Peggy George
Google doc with all of Anne's links: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Yfoq1jq_qAkfJbTCHS2_B6uHpkLmY0bsoIpP8m3rxgU/edit?hl=en#

45:55 to:
Kim Caise
http://skypeinschools.pbworks.com/w/page/11008318/FrontPage skype in schools wiki

46:22 to:
Francisco
Thanks for the links

46:28 to:
John Miller
Skype in the Classroom Beta directory: http://blogs.skype.com/classroom-pre-register/

46:29 to:
zmidler
citizen student reporters--amazing

46:38 to:
Peggy George
Where to find schools to connect with
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2008/12/31/where-to-find-schools-to-connect-with/

46:42 to:
Terri Reh
Ed White, Alaskan author of Foxys Tale loves to Skype with students. http://foxystale.com/blog/?p=1

46:51 to:
brigid
skype is 'blocked' here in abu dhabi so i am looking at google video chat - any other ideas?

47:19 to:
Joan Young @flourishingkids
Thank you so much for a wonderful session..have to run to other obligations..wonderful work!

47:31 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
time zones are hard

47:43 to:
Kim Caise
there are lots of web conferencing resources - i keep a wiki on this topic at http://caisefiles.wikispaces.com

47:45 to:
Peggy George
International Friendship day http://www1.teachertube.com/members/viewVideo.php?video_id=175978&title=International_Friendship_Day

47:58 to:
Kim Caise
http://caisefiles.wikispaces.com/Online+Web+Conferencing+Platforms

48:09 to:
Peggy George
Russian Linkup
Across the World http://acrosstheworld.wikispaces.com

48:09 to:
zmidler
could you record sessions in the US--upload to VT--allow Australian students to do the same and have a converstation via VT?

48:32 to:
Peggy George
Using skype in the classroom http://murcha.wordpress.com/2008/12/06/using-skype-in-education/

48:41 to:
Francisco
would that be some sort of asynchronous video communiction?

48:55 to:
Kim Caise
http://aroundtheworldwith80schools.net/

49:06 to:
Peggy George
Russian Linkup
Across the World http://acrosstheworld.wikispaces.com

49:14 to:
Francisco
what's VT?

49:17 to:
zmidler
Yes, what VT excels at--asynchronous conversation

49:26 to:
Doug Henry
Good to be combining hands-on activities with Web 2.0 applications

49:34 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
VT VoiceThread.

49:37 to:
zmidler
Sorry, Voicethread

49:40 to:
Francisco
need to find out about it (got to start somewhere)

49:42 to:
Peggy George
Racism videoconference with AMSB http://www1.teachertube.com/members/viewVideo.php?video_id=181061&title=Cross_Culture_Discussions

49:44 to:
Francisco
thank you

49:59 to:
carolteach4
Hey, Peggy. I tuned in late, but this session is amazing. Just what I'm looking for, but I 'm having a hard time keeping up.

50:00 to:
Peggy George
she has a number of Voicethread examples in her links today :-)

50:11 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
I LOVE ww too! Use it and linoit all the time with Gr1's

50:12 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
An alternative to wallwisher- easy for younger kids- and seems more reliable- linoit

50:30 to:
Peggy George
don't even try to keep up with all of the links! enjoy Anne's stories and check out the links in the archives or livebinder :-)

50:40 to:
Terri Reh
http://corkboard.me/uwFyjYOXXX

50:43 to:
Francisco
great idea

50:49 to:
Peggy George
Questions from grade 2, Boston http://voicethread.com/share/736610/

50:55 to:
Terri Reh
Corkboard works better than wallwisher

51:00 to:
Peggy George
Should Australia Go to India to play sport linkup with American School of Bombay
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/03/12/should-australians-go-to-india-to-play-sport/

51:08 to:
carolteach4
I used wall wisher this holiday season - mainly as an experiment with faculty, but there were a lot of connection problems. I see the corkboard reference. Easier to use but not as many features.

51:18 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.stixy.com/welcome

51:18 to:
@shamblesguru
Video of Anne Skyping into one of my Teacher workshops in Singapore http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vY-7XlLvU0g

51:29 to:
Terri Reh
Corkboard allows images

51:35 to:
Peggy George
thanks for that link Shamblesguru!!!

51:53 to:
Martin InfoMester
Sorry I'm Late

51:54 to:
Terri Reh
It is getting the getting features. One guy building it

51:56 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hard to believe that Anne said she didn't know about Web 2.0 tools when she applied for the grant. Now look at what she does. AMAZING!!

51:57 to:
Peggy George
Racism videoconference with AMSB http://www1.teachertube.com/members/viewVideo.php?video_id=181061&title=Cross_Culture_Discussions

51:59 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.ietherpad.com

52:14 to:
Kim Caise
not at the moment

52:25 to:
Kim Caise
she was in for a bit

52:27 to:
Peggy George
Etherpad –http://www.ietherpad.com or http://www.titanpad.com

52:54 to:
Peggy George
Student Summit for Global Education Conference http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/fcpge2010

53:23 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
My kids were amazed the first time they used etherpad. Now that we are all on google apps, they use google docs. Nice to have the chat on the side for the nonsense(4th graders) and put all the "real"

53:23 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
info on the doc. Hopefully someday, the nonsense chat, will subside.

53:26 to:
Peggy George
wow! loook at the different languages :-)

54:01 to:
Kim Caise
yes

54:03 to:
Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
hello!

54:03 to:
zmidler
It's interesting that when we try and get students to come up with authentic questions for research it just seems so hard for them to know where to start but put kids in front of others kids, expecial

54:03 to:
zmidler
ly those in another country or from a diff. culture, and the question process happens naturally

54:08 to:
Peggy George
Projects by Jen Wagner http://www.projectsbyjen.com/index.htm

54:19 to:
Peggy George
Ms1001tales wiki http://ms1001tales2009.wikispaces.com/

54:19 to:
Martin InfoMester
As I see (and not surprosed) the iPa is nt the only "kng" around.

54:24 to:
Terri Reh
I used Todaysmeet to meet with my students and other teachers over thanksgiving. We had four teachers from different US areas and my students.

54:33 to:
Peggy George
Flat Classroom Projects http://www.flatclassroomproject.org/

54:36 to:
Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
Yes, three cheers to FCP!

54:42 to:
Kim Caise
:)

54:55 to:
Peggy George
Kim Cofino’ post http://kimcofino.com/blog/2009/02/23/third-annual-1001-flat-world-tales-project-begins-in-march/

55:15 to:
Martin InfoMester
This really brings the conceot of Welless and timeless cassrooms to reality - which I have been saying fir the past 13 years.

55:19 to:
Peggy George
Halloween linkup http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/30/halloween-from-a-virtual-students-point-of-view/

55:25 to:
Kim Caise
sure

55:26 to:
Peggy George
yes

55:43 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
great!!!!

55:49 to:
Terri Reh
Now THAT is cool!

55:49 to:
carolteach4
@Peggy - please have her back, and have her concentrate on just two or three projects with chances for those of us who want to learn how to set up collaborations to have time to ask her questions and

55:49 to:
carolteach4
get answers.

55:55 to:
Peggy George
Student summit for Global Education Conference
http://dhugsy.globalstudent.org.au/2010/11/16/global-eduaction-conference-2010/
http://edw1993.globalstudent.org.au/2010/11/16/global-education-conferenc

55:55 to:
Peggy George
e-2010/

56:01 to:
zmidler
what are you plans to speak w/students in Brisbane? Is it even possible?

56:32 to:
Peggy George
that is so exciting!!!

56:57 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
I've read that some classes have had a sleep over at school so that they can talk via Skype to another country. Love that idea.

56:59 to:
carolteach4
Remember the one-room school rooms from the US from years ago?

57:14 to:
Martin InfoMester
Right on. That is the Future (actualy presebt but thats so 190s)

57:15 to:
Terri Reh
Oh Paula, how fun would that be?

57:17 to:
Doug Henry
Are there any K-12 Web 2.0 collaboration exchanges - places to find classes willing to collaborate online?

57:21 to:
Peggy George
take some time to explore her links and videos and resources later!!! http://livebinders.com/edit?id=53050#

57:22 to:
carolteach4
My brother (70 now) started school in a one-room school house.

57:48 to:
Peggy George
they are learning so much more than "bats" :-)

57:54 to:
Kim Caise
so true peggy

58:07 to:
Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
@Paula - do you have any links to examples of schools who have done the sleepover Skype? I am trying to do something similar to participate in a virtual conference

58:22 to:
Peggy George
Learning adventures in elluminate Asian connections, Technoparents etc http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/learning-adventures-in-elluminate/

58:22 to:
Kim Caise
globalschoolnet and classroom 2.0.com are great resources to start with doug

58:22 to:
zmidler
@plnaugle--now that's a twist on the sleep over, pizza party and a Disney movie

58:34 to:
Peggy George
Dhugsy’ post on Malaysian linkup
http://dhugsy.globalstudent.org.au/2010/04/14/malaysian-connections-day-one/
Chris’ post http://edw1993.globalstudent.org.au/2010/04/14/malaysian-connections-day1/
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58:34 to:
Peggy George
tudent summit for Global Education Conference

58:44 to:
Kim Caise
there are tons of resources shared today as well as in live binder http://livebinders.com/play/play/53050#

58:55 to:
Peggy George
that is a great alternative to using mics!!

58:55 to:
Francisco
this is great for language education

59:46 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@zmidler I'm planning on setting one up after our high stakes testing in over sometime in early May.

59:51 to:
Peggy George
all of these examples demonstrate so beautifully how much students have in common around the world--they will always have things to talk about and learn from each other!!

1:01:06 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
WOW and it's now 5am where Anne lives. She is an incredible educator and an inspiration to us all.

1:01:11 to:
Peggy George
we could feature Anne for an entire month and still not learn about all of her amazing global experiences!!! WOW!!!!

1:01:23 to:
Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
@Paula - do you have any links to examples of schools who have done the sleepover Skype? I am trying to do something similar to participate in a virtual conference

1:01:24 to:
Peggy George
http://dhugsy.globalstudent.org.au/2010/11/01/abbey-virtual-teaching/

1:01:31 to:
zmidler
@plnaugle--yes, something like Around the World in 12 hours--Skyping with teachers all over the world and video tapping the sessions or student reactions to the event.

1:01:34 to:
carolteach4
I am absolutely blown away; and to think, I almost didn't tune in.

1:01:36 to:
Peggy George
Why virtual teaching rounds must happen! http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/virtual-teacher-trainee-practicum-why-it-has-to-happen/

1:01:47 to:
Peggy George
The first week of virtual teaching rounds
http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/09/virtual-teaching-rounds-week-1/

1:02:08 to:
Peggy George
Teaching in elluminate http://murcha.wordpress.com/2010/10/30/hints-for-successful-teaching-in-the-virtual-classroom/

1:02:22 to:
carolteach4
@Peggy - all the links will be posted beneath the archive?

1:02:23 to:
Kim Caise
no problem!

1:02:24 to:
Peggy George
that link about teaching in elluminate is great for classrooms!

1:02:28 to:
Lorna Costantini
http://livebinders.com/edit?id=53050

1:02:30 to:
Peggy George
yes carolteach4!!

1:02:33 to:
carolteach4
Don't be sorry! Wow!

1:02:35 to:
Terri Reh
You can go 2 hours over...

1:02:35 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
this was wonderful!

1:02:36 to:
Lorraine Leo 1
Thanks so much for being such an inspiration!

1:02:47 to:
Steve Hargadon
Anne is a hero. A humble hero.

1:02:52 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
Wow- amazing- thank you!

1:02:55 to:
Kim Caise
absolutely steve!

1:02:58 to:
Francisco
Great talk, very inspiring, thank you Anne.

1:03:02 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
@plnaugle @zmidler Sleep over!!!??? I'll help organize if you need help.

1:03:03 to:
Anne MIrtschin
I am not the inspiration at all. I got so well connected with all of you. You are my inspiration

1:03:03 to:
Linda
Wow! YOU are an inspiration! Thank you!

1:03:09 to:
Peggy George
links and recording will be in our archives too :-) http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html

1:03:14 to:
Suz VB
Anne, I am inspired! Thank you!

1:03:14 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
as we speak I am sending an email to the VSO! Love this idea!

1:03:14 to:
carolteach4
Please have her back with time for dialog between her and chat.

1:03:15 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
Hi everyone!!!

1:03:23 to:
Peggy George
yeah Paula and Jan!!! we can't wait to have you on the show!!!

1:03:23 to:
MB
Go Paula and Jan!

1:03:30 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.discoveryeducation.com for info about the DEN SCI Con

1:03:31 to:
FrankC
thank u for this

1:03:32 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hi everybody. Excited to be presenting on Feb 5th.

1:03:33 to:
Maureen@bcdtech
@pnaugle are you coming up to educon?

1:03:33 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
See on Feb. 5th!!!!

1:03:34 to:
Peggy George
it will be a fabulous extension to today's session!!!

1:03:42 to:
zmidler
Anne thanks so much for sharing your ideas, insights, and enthusiasm

1:03:46 to:
Esther 1
Great session. Thank you very much, Anne.

1:03:53 to:
Suzie Nestico (PA, USA)
Thank you, Anne!

1:03:53 to:
Peggy George
http://tinyurl.com/ETTpasp (Elluminate link)

1:03:56 to:
Kim Caise
and educon on the last weekend of january

1:04:13 to:
Steve Hargadon
Coming up on FutureofEducation.com: Karen Cator, Gary stager, Michael Horn, David Wiley, John Seely Brown, and more!

1:04:14 to:
Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Anne, I have learned so much about global connections from you today. Thank you so much.

1:04:15 to:
Anne MIrtschin
Thanks everyone. Education is going into the most exciting times possible and I am proud to be able to teach

1:04:17 to:
Peggy George
so many outstanding professional development opportunities and all FREE!!!! Love it!

1:04:31 to:
Kim Caise
you may have to clear the responses from a previous survey

1:04:39 to:
carolteach4
I'll be in Willimantic, CT for the SciConn - nice to see folks in person, as well.

1:04:42 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
Awesome Anne, thanks!

1:04:44 to:
Peggy George
:-) a labor of love :-)

1:04:47 to:
carolteach4
Thanks so much, Peggy!

1:04:48 to:
Kim Caise
http://tinyurl.com/cr20liveitunesu

1:04:58 to:
Kim Caise
take us with you

1:05:02 to:
Peggy George
Maureen

1:05:08 to:
McTeach (Karen)
Wasn't me

1:05:15 to:
Eileen K
Thank you to everyone! You inspired me!

1:05:20 to:
Peggy George
We can't thank you enough Anne!!! This has been so inspiring!!!!!

1:05:20 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
I'm addicted to CR2.0 Live!!!!

1:05:22 to:
Kim Caise
:)

1:05:26 to:
Anne MIrtschin
The excitement goes across to the students, then the parents then the community etc

1:05:26 to:
Doug Henry
Wow - my brain is full! Feels so good! Thanks!

1:05:27 to:
Linda
Thank you, Steve!

1:05:31 to:
carolteach4
Thanks everyone!

1:05:32 to:
Terri Reh
Jan Wells, me too

1:05:33 to:
Steve Hargadon
MOST welcome.

1:05:41 to:
techlady15
Thanks for a wonderful conference

1:05:43 to:
Peggy George
Thank you all for joining us today!!!!! :-)

1:05:49 to:
Kim Caise
hopefully!

1:05:49 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
Bye, All

1:05:53 to:
Terri Reh
My poor kids have called for a ride home twice!

1:05:54 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
thank you - take care!

1:05:57 to:
Patti R
thanks, awesome session!

1:05:57 to:
Peggy George
It will take us a week just to get through all of the links and resources from Anne!!!

1:06:00 to:
Anne MIrtschin
No problems, Thanks for haing me

1:06:07 to:
Nick Hutchins
where do you get the certificate from?

1:06:08 to:
Martin InfoMester
this is great.

1:06:15 to:
Len H
Thank you, Anne! :)

1:06:30 to:
Peggy George
I'm just glowing about Anne's presentation!!! What an amazing example for all of us1!!

1:06:31 to:
Terri Reh
Thanks Anne <3

1:06:33 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
Terri Reh, where are you from?

1:06:36 to:
Francisco
This was the first webinar I attended, I'll be back often :)

1:06:41 to:
Kim Caise
when you fill out the survey you can list your email and the certificate will be emailed to you nick

1:06:42 to:
Sunsook
Thank you!! :)

1:06:43 to:
McTeach (Karen)
Thank you, Anne!

1:06:43 to:
Terri Reh
Longmont, CO

1:06:52 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
thanks

1:06:53 to:
Nick Hutchins
thanks

1:06:54 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
what is your twitter handle?

1:07:02 to:
(@soltauheller) sarahjane
:)

1:07:11 to:
nikki
Thanks for this inspiring session...and to Tammy for her closed captioning!!!

1:07:15 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
@janwells

1:07:16 to:
Peggy George
If you have problems and the survey doesn't pop up for you be sure to send me an email so I can send you a certificate. live@classroom20.com

1:07:32 to:
Tammy Moore
:)

1:07:32 to:
Terri Reh
Thank you Peggy :)

1:07:48 to:
Peggy George
Anne Mirtschin

* mirtschin@gmail.com
* Skype: anne.mirtschin
* Twitter/plurk id: murcha
* Teacher blog: http://murcha.wordpress.com
* Class blogs: http://murch.globalteacher.org.a

1:07:48 to:
Peggy George
u
* Delicious and diigo: murcho/murcha

1:07:51 to:
Kim Caise
http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/blog/2011/01/12/den-scicon-2011/

1:08:09 to:
Anne MIrtschin
I hope that the floods will ease here in Australia

1:08:11 to:
Martin InfoMester
THanks again.

1:08:13 to:
Peggy George
have a great week!! see you at DEN scicon :-)

1:08:17 to:
Peggy George
rest time :-)

1:08:21 to:
Peggy George
bye everyone!

1:08:24 to:
Anne MIrtschin
Poor Peggy, I am really sorry as I threw so many links at you

1:08:24 to:
Terri Reh
she

1:08:25 to:
Kim Caise
bye all!

1:08:27 to:
Tammy Moore
bye

1:08:29 to:
@aimeevt//
Thank you, Anne!