00:18 - Erica Oldroyd
Definitely a newbie... This is my first webinair! Here goes :)

hello from greece

00:38 - Peggy George
so glad you're here Erica!!!

00:41 - shukufa

00:44 - Francisco
You'll enjoy it a lot Erica

00:56 - Lorie Moffat
Thanks, Lorna

00:59 - Peggy George
Lorie has been a huge help in our shows!!! Thank you!

01:07 - Lorie Moffat
and Peggy

01:25 - Peggy George
Tammy Moore is such a great support for our Closed Captioning! :-)

01:37 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
T-Ball at 1:30 today, so I get to be here!! I have missed being here in person! So glad I can stay caught up by listening to the recording etc...

01:39 - Peggy George

01:45 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
it's becoming huge and priceless!

02:03 - Kadidia Doumbia
Kadidia Northern Georgia

02:05 - Peggy George
that's great Kristen! :-)

02:17 - Peggy George
I'm in Phoenix AZ

02:22 - Kim Caise
sometimes you have to click on it twice

02:28 - Samshel

02:31 - Lorie Moffat
central PA

02:34 - Julio Palma

02:35 - Peggy George
I love seeing all of the starbursts around the world!!!!

02:40 - Filipe Bento UA-PT

02:45 - shukufa

02:47 - Peggy George
So exciting to be here learning and sharing with all of you!

02:47 - Filipe Bento UA-PT

02:48 - Erica Oldroyd

02:49 - Tim Wilhelmus
Evansville, IN

02:54 - Becky
Williamsburg, VA

03:02 - DSMacdonald

03:08 - Peggy George Our Livebinder for today

03:08 - Brett Clark
Evansville, IN

03:16 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Roseville, California

03:16 - Claire Thompson
Penticton BC Canada

03:20 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
if I was in Spain, I would be Felipe, not Filipe :)

03:21 - Nanci

03:31 - Peggy George
our Livebinder also includes the entire Livebinder co-created by Tim and Brett :-)

03:37 - Filipe Bento UA-PT

03:42 - Peggy George

03:46 - Claire Thompson

03:50 - Lorna Costantini

03:53 - shukufa
no, but i tried there is some difficulty to join

03:54 - Julio Palma

03:55 - Francisco

03:55 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)

03:55 - Brett Clark

03:56 - Tim Wilhelmus

03:57 - DSMacdonald

04:00 - Peggy George
I love following people who join us for our shows!!

04:00 - @shamblesguru

04:02 - Lorie Moffat

04:03 - Filipe Bento UA-PT

04:06 - Rade

04:08 - Sarah @soltauheller

04:09 - Kim Caise

04:13 - Peggy George
lots of twitter users!! woo hoo!

04:27 - Samshel
how can i answer?

04:33 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Sorry I'm running late. Just did a Google Hangout into #edcampphilly with @cybraryman1 and @wkrakower. It was so cool to see so many tweeps there.

04:44 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
only professional

04:47 - Govinda Panthy 1

04:49 - Peggy George
you click on the drop down icon with the checkmark

04:53 - shukufa
want to use but have some difficulty

04:54 - Peggy George
right below your name

05:01 - Kim Caise
click on the check mark below your name - 4th icon over

05:04 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
I have my tablet open to tweetdeck as I am on my laptop for class!

05:16 - Kim Caise
to the right

05:18 - Peggy George
Hi Paula!!! So glad you could join us! So much going on today!!!

05:21 - Sarah @soltauheller
Hey Claire!

05:27 - shukufa

05:28 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Using social media has reignited my 30+ teaching career.

05:47 - Kim Caise
speaking of which we are hosting #appychat next Tuesday at 7pm CST on Tuesday

05:51 - Samshel

05:52 - Peggy George
Twitter chats are so helpful once you figure out how to use them. :-) Brett & Tim will be teaching us about that

05:52 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
nor education, but more library/information related

05:57 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I am a moderator of #4thchat that takes place on Mondays at 7 CDT.

06:01 - Sarah @soltauheller
love google hangout now!!!!

06:01 - shukufa

06:09 - Peggy George
me too Sarah!

06:14 - Kim Caise
facebook messenger

06:16 - Sarah @soltauheller
we have taught lessons from florida to Ont, BC

06:17 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Hi Paula!! Yes, my 21st year teaching has been reformed because of twitter and my PLN

06:23 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
@Sarah: when it works

06:25 - Peggy George
some people are even streaming their Google Hangout sessions so even more people can participate

06:38 - Oronoque
if we are here shouldn't we answer YES!

use skype in my classes too

06:45 - Sarah @soltauheller
I haven't had any problems in rural BC, Canada

07:04 - Filipe Bento UA-PT

07:09 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Kristen, it is amazing how much I learn each day from my PLN.

07:09 - Filipe Bento UA-PT

07:10 - Peggy George
This is the direct link for the Livebinder by Tim and Brett and it is also in our Livebinder for today.

07:43 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I will be presenting at ISTE on PLN's with Beth Still.

07:48 - Kim Caise
does PLN stand for personal or professional?

07:52 - Peggy George
Tim's blog:

07:55 - Kim Caise
awesome beth!

08:02 - @shamblesguru
Am looking for someone to Skype into a session I'm doing in a Singapore School on 31st May Sing time ... to talk about their tech in their classroom for 20 min

08:04 - Peggy George
Brett's blog:

08:12 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Yes, Paula the hard part for me is trying to describe to others the impact it has had!!

08:27 - Joe Dale 1
Hi everyone!

08:41 - shukufa

08:42 - Peggy George
Hi Joe Dale! Great to have you joining us!

08:43 - Kim Caise
hi joe

08:48 - Kim Caise

09:02 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Sheri. Great to "see" you here.

09:08 - Joe Dale 1
Hi Peggy and Kim. Looking forward to today's session :-)

09:09 - Peggy George
such a great point!! we can't do it in isolation! we need our PLN!

09:27 - Rade
I can talk about the tech I use in my classroom. I gained a lot of kowledge during my studies at UO

09:30 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
These Saturday classes started the avalanche of my PLN growth!!

09:55 - Peggy George
thank you Kristen!!! They certainly have been a huge part of my learning!!

09:57 - Sheri Edwards
Hi Paula -- I've learned so much from so many people in this room -- Thank you all :)

10:09 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Kristen, it is hard to get others onboard, but once someone "gets: it, it is so much fun to see how it transform them.

10:12 - Francisco
just look at us :)

10:17 - Peggy George
the people we learn from include our kids and parents too :-)

10:22 - Kim Caise
that is key @paula

10:59 - Kim Caise
my PLN has transformed my learning and my educational philosophy

11:01 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Paula yes, there are a couple of folks in my district who are starting to get involved on twitter and they call me their twitter buddy. Babysteps!!

11:07 - Peggy George
I like the term personal too! They are blended for me.

11:56 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Yes Peggy it is professional because I am learning and growing but personal because I am building relationships with my new PLN friends!

12:05 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
The opportunities that have opened up for me also began because of my connections here at CR 2.0 Live thanks to Peegy, Kim, Lorna, and all the great participants here.

12:07 - Erica Oldroyd
I'm currently an undergraduate student, studying to be an English teacher. Can I pose a question to all you educators out there? How relevant is this topic to you? How much has technology changed what, and the way you teach?

12:09 - Peggy George!/Mr_Brett_Clark

12:17 - Peggy George!/twilhelmus

12:38 - DSMacdonald
I learn SO much every day from my PLN!

12:47 - Peggy George (Blog for Tim Wilhelmus)

12:55 - Peggy George (Blog for Brett Clark)

13:18 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Erica, do you have hours. It would take me that long ot explain how having a PLN has helped me become an innovative 21st century educator.

13:23 - Tracy Hanson
I am director of K12 Next Generation where we are gathering together a network of global educators designing a K-12 global curriculum continuum to support personalized learnin for all students. We are doing this by coordinating OER.

13:27 - Rade
Hi Erica, tech helps a lot. It is very rewarding as the additional lessons because 45 minutes per lesson are not enough to achieve everything

13:38 - Peggy George
@Erica the topic of PLNs and how we support and learn from each other is probably the most important topic we can explore!

13:50 - Rade
I like using the tech in my teaching and students are very enthusiastic about it

13:54 - Kim Caise
@erica we may not be able to answer it but i can help you find a way to pose to a larger audience on classroom towards the end of the session

14:11 - Francisco
awesome, I know someone who'd love to do that

14:11 - Nanci
I'd love that

14:17 - MsKrisinBrazil
Brazil will Skype with YOU!!!!

14:18 - Peggy George
oh!! fantastic opportunity to have your class skype with him!!!

14:19 - Tracy Hanson
I am skyping India and Africa students together.

14:38 - Tracy Hanson
As a part of developing a global educational environment.

14:44 - Francisco
at my institution we're doing virtual dual exchanges using skype

14:48 - Erica Oldroyd
Thanks everyone! @Kim, I'd really appreciate that. Thanks!

15:02 - shukufa
we also use skype conferences

15:28 - Kate Sloop

15:32 - Lorna Costantini

15:41 - Peggy George
you can follow along in their Livebinder in your browser for any sites they show us today!

15:47 - Francisco
hey, I've just seen that (lol)

15:56 - Tim Wilhelmus
If you would like to skype, here is my email:

15:57 - Tracy Hanson
I would love to share with you what we are doing to buid a global learning network with Skype.

16:14 - @shamblesguru
These are the Twitter Apps on my iPad

16:21 - Govinda Panthy 1
I'm trying to find classes and teacher/students to have skyp talk with my classes too. my skype name is govinda_prasad_panthy (Note, I've students aged 9-11 who can speak little English

16:23 - Peggy George
hashtags have made an incredible difference for me to be able to follow topics and people I'm interested in

16:48 - Peggy George
the hashtag for the 4T Virtual Conference is #4t2012

16:56 - Nanci
I'd love to skype with you Govinda!

16:56 - Gideon Burton
Yesterday I used a hashtag to participate in a conference virtually (computers and writing: #cwcon). I was able to connect with several people and add them to my PLN / Twitter lists by doing so. It works!

17:01 - Kim Caise
our hashtag is #liveclass20

17:10 - Kim Caise
if you ever want to refer to one of our sessions

17:45 - Nanci
my skype is nanci.pensado

17:54 - Peggy George
yes! we hope you'll follow us on Twitter. We share links and upcoming shows and recordings via Twitter

18:17 - Kim Caise
i was just going to suggest twitterfall!

18:32 - Peggy George
I haven't tried Twitterfall but they have persuaded me that it is fantastic!

18:39 - Oronoque
do you use more than one Twitter account - one professional and one personal?

18:46 - Tracy Hanson

18:47 - Kim Caise
even easier than tweetdeck

18:50 - Tim Wilhelmus
I just use the one.

18:53 - Tracy Hanson

18:54 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
this is great... I mean the entries you've placed in

18:56 - Erica Oldroyd
I can use twitter without having an account? This is the breakthrough I have been waiting for haha

18:57 - shukufa
hi Govinda you can join us on IEARN local history project we can have skype conferences

19:01 - Francisco
that'd be awesome Tracy

19:03 - Tracy Hanson
skype is btracyh

19:10 - shukufa
i am a facilitator of this project

19:11 - Kate Sloop
that's right?

19:16 - Kim Caise

19:23 - @shamblesguru
Everything on Tagging fo teaching / learning on Shambles at

19:24 - Peggy George

19:29 - MsKrisinBrazil
Really want to learn to use Tweetdeck

19:30 - Kate Sloop
Because I am a newbe to twitter :)

19:38 - Kate Sloop
I also want to learn about the tweetdeck

19:54 - Peggy George
Tweetdeck is what I use and LOVE!

19:54 - Joe Dale 1
Here is a blog post about using Twitterfall which includes a screencast

20:00 - Kim Caise
lorna and i did some trainings on tweetdeck

20:09 - Kim Caise
have to find those links

20:12 - DSMacdonald
I like

20:18 - MsKrisinBrazil
I feel like a dock b/c I can't seem to figure out how to set up the tweetdeck columns

20:18 - Peggy George
Thanks Joe! I was so impressed with the "fan" on Twitterfall and how easy it was to use

20:19 - Wendy

20:27 - Joe Dale 1
I use TweetDeck on my PC and TweetBot on my iPad

20:35 - Peggy George
I'll add all of these links to our Livebinder after the show

20:40 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I have 35 columns on my Tweetdeck.

20:41 - Kim Caise
tweetdeck is a program to help you manage your twitter feeds

20:43 - Peggy George

20:54 - Wendy

20:59 - Kim Caise
and follow what people say on twitter so isnt so overwhelming

20:59 - Peggy George
hahaha Paula!!! I think I have you beat :-)

21:00 - Joe Dale 1
You're welcome Peggy!

21:03 - Gideon Burton
Hey, I showed up on your TweetDeck! :)

21:17 - Peggy George
cool Gideon!!!

21:48 - Peggy George
retweeting is a great way to start until you begin to get some confidence :-)

21:57 - shukufa
i try to learn and learn lots from such kinds of conferences

22:04 - Francisco
awesome this will all be in the binder right?

22:12 - Peggy George

22:14 - Kim Caise

22:21 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
retweetingi is a east

22:28 - Kate Sloop
Wait, a retweet is basically retweeting what someone else tweeted

22:35 - @shamblesguru
This video of my Twitter Follows is guaranteed to make you smile ... using a Japanese website ... try it

22:40 - Tracy Hanson
35 columns! I'd get lost with 5

22:47 - Sheri Edwards
I use hootsuite as well: but most people like tweetdeck

23:02 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
easy way to spread the word / cllick "Like! / +1 in Google+

23:05 - Julio Palma
Do all people in the twitter chat have to have twitterfall to be able to share chat?

23:15 - Brett Clark
Yes Kate, a retweet is tweeting out what somebody else said

23:17 - Joe Dale 1
You can add Facebook and Linkedin updates as separate columns too :-)

23:31 - Julio Palma

23:38 - shukufa
i am on linkeldin

23:43 - Peggy George
have any of you tried MemoLane? it stores in memory different things (like tweets, Facebook posts, Flickr photos) and takes you back as long as you have been using them. I love seeing things I tweeted when I first started using Twitter about 5 years ago. :-)

23:49 - Sarah @soltauheller
I am interested in Linkedin - haven't really found it useful

24:16 - Tracy Hanson
It can be great for networking

24:19 - Rade
Flickr is so great

24:34 - Kim Caise
if the text is too small to read you can uncheck scale to fit

24:39 - Kim Caise
in the top left

24:42 - Peggy George
They have a lot of great tabs in their Livebinder about everything they are talking about so you can explore it at your own pace later.

24:45 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Peggy, thanks for sharing that link. I've wanted a way to look back at my beginning tweets.

24:56 - Filipe Bento UA-PT
Linkedin in pretty good if you thinking of changing job :)

25:04 - Sarah @soltauheller
@tracy who? seems to be corporate?

25:10 - shukufa
thanks for sharing the links peggy

25:20 - Peggy George
Cybraryman has an awesome list of ed chats!

25:31 - shukufa
also linkeldin is a good place to discuss with a group

25:36 - Peggy George

25:40 - Gideon Burton
@peggy, I love Memolane. Surprising how interested I am in my updates and posted media from years ago that now revisit me via memolane

25:50 - Kim Caise
same here @gideon

25:56 - Sheri Edwards
I just tweeted cybraryman chat list this morning :) because I needed to check for the correct hashtag

26:00 - Peggy George
me too Gideon!!! :-)

26:22 - DSMacdonald
Send cybraryman to ISTE12 here:

26:45 - Peggy George
I think it's a great way to start--by lurking!!! :-) I lurked for a long time before I got the courage to post anything.

26:45 - Kim Caise
he is the 'send newbie to ISTE project' person this year - not sure of the correct title

27:00 - @shamblesguru
Google Calendar of edu hashtag sessions with times displayed in your local time ... plus you can embed it in your own website

27:06 - Peggy George
thanks for posting that DSMacdonald! I was just looking for the link :-)

27:06 - Kim Caise
follow great educators and see how things are done for awhile at first

27:08 - Sheri Edwards
Lurk and retweet - a great way to start

27:18 - Peggy George
exactly Sheri!!!

27:27 - Kim Caise
very validating!

27:28 - DSMacdonald
I follow the #ISTE12 stream!

27:44 - Peggy George
the first reply is so exciting! even if it's just saying welcome to Twitter :-)

27:54 - Oronoque
thanks Shambles

27:56 - Gideon Burton
@shamblesguru - wow, thanks for the link. Very good to have that calendar of Twitter chats

28:17 - Sheri Edwards
Found several collaborative projects from and with my tweeps -- now are virtual friends

28:27 - Peggy George
I don't tend to follow people who keep their profiles private because I want to know something about them before I follow them

28:30 - Tracy Hanson
Sometimes - there are sooooo many possibilities, how do you decide which one(s) to use?

28:40 - Joe Dale 1

29:00 - Peggy George
love that term Joe!!! :-)

29:33 - Sheri Edwards
soo many possibilities -- a river of ideas -- you will find a lot and miss a lot -- that's the river --

30:01 - Peggy George
@Tracy I think you just pick one and start slowly. Then you'll begin to find what works for you

30:29 - Joe Dale 1
Tweeps have started using it in my PLN recently ;-)

30:32 - Tracy Hanson
I tried to do a twitter conversation yesterday and I didn't do it right - don't think I was ever in the conersation.

30:35 - Kim Caise

30:37 - @shamblesguru
Singapore educators Twitter chat ... Mondays hashtag #edsg a couple of hours before global #edchat

30:47 - Peggy George
I definitely miss a lot but I also catch a LOT by creating columns in Tweetdeck so I don't miss the tweets of important friends/colleagues and groups :-)

30:56 - Kim Caise
it's okay if you didn't do it correctly, most of us dont at first

31:18 - Kim Caise
tracy are you from virginia?

31:49 - Sheri Edwards
backup your twitter chat with google spread sheet from Martin Hawksey

31:58 - MsKrisinBrazil
@Peggy, that is what I want to be able to do better...still can't quite figure it out.

32:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
ISTE Newbie Project 2012 -

32:16 - Peggy George
the hardest thing for me when I first started with Twitter was following a conversation because lots of unrelated tweets would come up between the original question or suggestion. It gets easier as you do it.

32:32 - Tracy Hanson
I am in Florida, from NH and globally

32:38 - Peggy George (eduTecher) Adam Bellow's site

32:48 - Peggy George (Edutopia)

32:56 - Peggy George
we can't hear that

33:06 - Brett Clark
I can't hear tim

33:10 - Rade
No sound

33:22 - Peggy George
Tim has a bandwidth problem

33:26 - DSMacdonald
Oh no.....

33:27 - Tracy Hanson
Hello, hello - anyone there?

33:33 - Peggy George
oops! he'll be back

34:10 - Kim Caise
i wrote a step by step tutorial on tweetdeck

34:17 - Peggy George
I have included links to all of these sites they are sharing about the great readymade PLNs :-)

34:25 - Kim Caise
keep checking on my blog and i will post it online

34:30 - Peggy George

34:35 - Peggy George

34:41 - Kim Caise
on how to use tweetdeck step by step

34:53 - Kim Caise
if anyone is interested

35:02 - Peggy George #evscnetwork newsletter

35:21 - Claire Thompson
Looks like a handy extension

35:33 - Gideon Burton
I use the diigo extension in Chrome to bookmark + Tweet stuff

35:48 - Peggy George
that's what I use too Gideon!

36:00 - Sarah @soltauheller
Chrome is my new learning... trying it

36:01 - Peggy George EVSC ICATS on Facebook

36:12 - Kate Sloop
Is Classroom 2.0's hash tag #classlive20

36:22 - Kim Caise

36:23 - Kate Sloop
or #liveclass20

36:25 - Peggy George
everything I post on Twitter also goes to my Facebook page

36:25 - Kate Sloop
Got it

36:37 - Sarah @soltauheller
so it's that will post it to fb as well?

36:44 - Tracy Hanson
I don't get it - do you put that hash first and then twit

36:57 - Kim Caise
a lot of use tweetdeck to post to twitter and fb

36:59 - Peggy George
this Network is the most amazing site!!! Their teachers are so lucky to have it!

37:05 - Brett Clark
You can put a hashtag anywhere in the tweet

37:17 - Kim Caise
it doesn't matter where you put the hashtag

37:20 - Kate Sloop
Op he's back

37:20 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Tracy the hashtag can be anywhere within the tweet.

37:28 - Peggy George #evscnetwork newsletter

37:53 - Tracy Hanson
Thanks - now I know why I didn't show up!

37:54 - Peggy George
I love the way pulls everything together in one place

38:13 - Peggy George EVSC ICATS Website

38:14 - Kim Caise
in the case of the hashtag is part of the URL so it has to be in the right place

38:25 - Peggy George EVSC ICATS YouTube Channel

38:34 - Sarah @soltauheller the same as flipbook?

38:42 - Peggy George
not really Sarah

39:10 - Kim Caise pulls popular tweets from everyone that he follows and puts it all in a newspaper format

39:15 - Gideon Burton
There are lots of ways to link other social networks with Twitter. I also use ("if this then that") to connect Twitter to my Evernote account, Facebook, etc. My tweets can also get archived on my Google Calendar via this

39:25 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
You can connect many of your SM networks together so that what you place one place will be posted to other sites. My Posterous blog is linked to Twitter and FB, so when I add a new post it sends out a tweet and posts the link to Facebook.

39:27 - Peggy George

39:30 - Sheri Edwards
a sample archived tweet chat: from google spreadsheet: (Just Google It WA)

39:34 - @shamblesguru
Unfortunately nothing auto forwards to Google+ ... afaik

39:35 - Sarah @soltauheller
it picks what it posts?

39:39 - DSMacdonald
I like too

39:53 - Peggy George
when you tweet using a hashtag that is part of a site your post gets featured there

39:53 - Tim Wilhelmus
My daughter just started using NETFLIX!

39:55 - Oronoque
I first learned about here in Classroom 2.0...luv it<3

40:08 - Tim Wilhelmus
I will soon have bandwidth again!

40:15 - Gideon Burton
@shamblesguru - there is a workaround for posting to G+ via / email

40:24 - Peggy George
this is the for Discovery Education

40:33 - Sarah @soltauheller
ahh!! the joys of the modern family!!!!!!!!

40:38 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Isn't tech so much fun?

40:40 - Peggy George
love it!!!

40:42 - Kate Sloop
Is Tim battling about ban width with his daughter?

40:46 - Rade
It's great

40:49 - Peggy George
no Brett is :-)

40:50 - @shamblesguru
Ops ... intergenerational clash

40:53 - Kate Sloop
Oh got it :)

41:06 - Kate Sloop
Yes real life

41:08 - Kate Sloop
real live

41:10 - Lorna Costantini
that was my fualt

41:14 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Sometimes our family members don't understand our need for all the banwidth.

41:26 - Tracy Hanson
Gets bumped by his daughter! Maybe it was a good thing the mic was off.

41:35 - Kate Sloop

41:36 - Peggy George
so you recognize any of those icons? :-)

41:38 - Sarah @soltauheller
LOVEEEE pinterest

41:45 - Kate Sloop
I have heard amazing things about pintrest

41:48 - Peggy George
Flickr :-)

41:50 - Kate Sloop
but you have to be invited to join

41:53 - Peggy George
I'm loving Pinterest!!!

41:58 - Gideon Burton
I am afraid of Pinterest because it looks like it's mostly for women

42:06 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I use Pinterest to find awesome classroom resources.

42:10 - Tim Wilhelmus
I won :)

42:13 - Tracy Hanson
Yes Pinterest is where I am gathering OER for curriculum design.

42:16 - Peggy George
it's definitely not Gideon! Follow educators and select the boards you want to follow

42:18 - Sarah @soltauheller
AWESOME teaching resources!

42:23 - Tracy Hanson
Tim - give it a year

42:24 - MsKrisinBrazil
Love Pinterst for archiving great ideas. Helps me keep track of the great non-article stuff I find on the web. I use bookmarks for articles and blogs, and Pinterest when images are key.

42:30 - Kate Sloop
and find some men to follow, it's not all women :)

42:50 - Wendy
am seeing all the links blue

42:53 - Sarah @soltauheller
Pinterest is trying to get outside the middle aged female demographic

43:00 - Gideon Burton
I'm a total newbie on Pinterest but would like a good starting point for educators / edtech

43:02 - Tracy Hanson
Live Binders is good but I like Pinterest for the visual aspect.

43:08 - Peggy George
there are many places to curate information on a topic! I love Livebinders, and Pinterest :-)

43:11 - Sarah @soltauheller
all my twitter followers are also on pinterest

43:11 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
There are a couple of those icons that I don't recognize, especially last row. Help!

43:32 - MsKrisinBrazil
@Tracy - exactly!

43:50 - Kate Sloop
I have not

43:51 - Sheri Edwards

43:53 - Peggy George
this is a great blog post about Pinterest for teachers

43:57 - shukufa

43:59 - Robert Sevilla

44:00 - Tracy Hanson

44:06 - Francisco

44:07 - Sheri Edwards
There's an app for that :) right?

44:09 - Peggy George
TeacherCast is one of my absolute favorite apps on my iPhone!!!!!

44:10 - Gideon Burton
Thanks, Peggy

44:14 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Did a TeacherCast podcast with Jeff a couple of weeks ago. Can't wait for it to be posted.

44:22 - shukufa
i find lots new thing here

44:23 - Peggy George
you can access full Livebinders on TeacherCast!!!

44:35 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
is there an android app for TeacherCast?

44:39 - Kim Caise
another example of The star-discovery-educators Daily is out!

44:40 - @shamblesguru
For surating on the web I'm a BIG fan of

44:40 - Tracy Hanson
Oh yes - of course I have - see - can't keep them all straight!

44:51 - Tracy Hanson
Scoop is great also

45:00 - Peggy George ( Blog)

45:09 - Peggy George

45:20 - Wendy
How can we hear all the conference again?

45:25 - Sheri Edwards
I think there are probably a few DEN Stars in this room, include Kim Caise :)

45:27 - Kim Caise
Beth Still started that - he has a collection widget for her

45:30 - Peggy George
The TeacherCast podcasts are great and you can subscribe in iTunes

45:31 - Tracy Hanson
and again, and again....

45:33 - Wendy
Thanks Ms. Peggy!

45:42 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I was one of 4 teachers Jeff interviewed about how we use Skype in our classrooms. Unfortunately it is not posted on TeacherCast yet.

46:11 - Peggy George
I try to tune in to their podcasts live whenever I can but I love that they're recorded!

46:28 - Peggy George ( Blog)

46:31 - Kim Caise
start small and branch out when you can

46:53 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Jeff asked Beth to do the Newbie Project again so that Jerry could be the Newbie. She was not going to host it this year, but Jeff convinced her to do it.

46:58 - Peggy George
this is a fantastic way to get started building your PLN!! TeacherCast!!!

47:01 - Tracy Hanson
The visual is important also - not just a podcast.

47:13 - DSMacdonald
Who organizes

47:26 - Peggy George
Joe Mazza is the principal we just saw on the screen and he uses Twitter with his parents, teachers and students

47:27 - Kim Caise
beth is pulled in so many diferent directions - as many of us are

47:52 - Kim Caise
he was one of our guests awhile back and the webinar is on our archives page

48:19 - Peggy George

48:28 - Kim Caise

48:40 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Jeff bradbury on Twitter!/teachercast

48:46 - DSMacdonald

48:47 - Kim Caise

48:51 - Peggy George
TeacherCast Pro app is free :-)

49:11 - Peggy George
all of the links to these sites for ready-made PLNs are in our Livebinder today

49:17 - Tracy Hanson
K12 Next Generation has a community of EdWeb - Global Curriculum Continuum - where we are building our environment.

49:21 - Kim Caise
@Erica that is the network I was going to suggest to the classroom to you - post a discussion thread on the home page there

49:35 - Kim Caise

49:36 - Erica Oldroyd
It looks like the perfect audience- thanks!

49:41 - Kim Caise
great ipad app

49:46 - Peggy George
the EdWeb site offers free webinars almost daily. Just join the groups you are interested in and you'll get notifications

49:46 - Sarah @soltauheller
love sqworl for my k/1's! kinda like pinterest!!

50:01 - MsKrisinBrazil
What's a sqworl?

50:20 - Kim Caise
way to create a page of links on one page

50:22 - Sarah @soltauheller
a bookmarking site - just like pinterest

50:29 - MsKrisinBrazil

50:37 - Peggy George (Sqworl example)

50:46 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Squworl is a website that allows you to share a bunch of links to other website at one time.

50:50 - Gideon Burton
will that sqworl link be posted?

50:59 - Kim Caise

51:01 - Peggy George
just posted it

51:01 - Tracy Hanson
Here I am - I can use all the help I can get!!!

51:02 - Sarah @soltauheller
you can embed sqworls

51:03 - Kim Caise
and will be in livebinder

51:28 - Peggy George
this Network is an awesome example! fabulous way for teachers to support each other

52:04 - Claire Thompson
Love how you've set this up!

52:16 - Kim Caise
you can uncheck scale to fit in here to make it easier to read if you like

52:25 - Sarah @soltauheller
I use them for computer centres in my k/1 class on our classblog

52:31 - Peggy George
this reminds me a lot of the keychains that Kevin Honeycutt introduced us too. But this is online and can include teachers from places outside of your own school.

52:50 - Tracy Hanson
And that supports what our motto is - If you build it, they will come!

52:51 - Peggy George
we can't join their Network but we can steal their idea :-)

52:51 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
What is the link for the Network?

53:01 - Sarah @soltauheller
wrong link!! sqworl

53:06 - Peggy George (EVSC Network)

53:13 - Brett Clark

53:15 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Oh, I thought we could join theirs.

53:19 - Brett Clark
Feel free to explore!

53:24 - Sheri Edwards
What platform is that?

53:31 - Sarah @soltauheller
? are these folks willing to share outside your district?

53:33 - Peggy George
it's for their teachers but is such a fabulous idea!

53:40 - Brett Clark
I believe it was built with dreamweaver

53:51 - Sarah @soltauheller
? and when you say corporation do you mean district?

53:59 - Kim Caise
is that limited to your district?

53:59 - Brett Clark
You are certainly welcome to contact our folks. They are great at sharing out

54:30 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I am stealing their Network for sure. each district should have a resource like this.

54:34 - Peggy George
The person who built it was Jerrad Gleim. You could contact him if you want to try something similar.

54:43 - Sarah @soltauheller
? what do you mean when you say corporation?

54:59 - Brett Clark
Corporation = District

55:02 - Tracy Hanson
It would be nice if this transcript was emailed to the participants. :)

55:07 - Peggy George
great point!!! follow their hashtag and you'll be able to connect with the teachers in their Network

55:13 - Sheri Edwards
I think this could be created in a Google Site

I do agree

55:26 - Sarah @soltauheller
that is a little scary to me

55:50 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I agree, Sheri. Think I'll use Google sites to set one up.

55:54 - Peggy George
we post this chat log along with the recording of the session on our website after every show

56:01 - @shamblesguru
Did you consider using a Ning?

56:15 - shukufa
i also use google

56:17 - Kate Sloop
What is Ning?

56:36 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Ning is no longer a free platform.

what do you think is the latest trend in education?

56:41 - Peggy George
A Ning would be a great possibility because it is a social network if you don't have something like Moodle

56:41 - Claire Thompson
I'm really excited by the evsicat network--will definitely use it as a model for my district B)

57:04 - Peggy George
but for educators Ning is only about $20 a year.

57:12 - Sarah @soltauheller
all of BC really Claire!

printed digital?

57:40 - Gideon Burton
Next trend? I think: mobile learning

any sites?

57:43 - Peggy George
Using Google Sites is an excellent alternative. You could even use a wikispace to organize this kind of sharing

57:58 - Kim Caise
like ebooks

58:03 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
What do you recommend as first step for a newbie who is starting to build a PLN?

58:09 - Kim Caise
epub materials

58:11 - Peggy George
the K12 Horizon Report focuses on trends over the next 5-10 years and always interesting to see

i do also think so creating is the key word

58:27 - Gideon Burton
Yes, Peggy is right:

thank you

58:46 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Blended learning and mobile learning are trends.

58:46 - @shamblesguru
My own PLN is quantified and visualised at

58:52 - MsKrisinBrazil
In 10 days Twitter has changed my (teaching) life!

is personalised learning feasible?

59:24 - Kim Caise

59:41 - Sheri Edwards
I have a professional (my own), teacher, and class twitter

59:44 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I tend to use Twitter for professional life and FaceBook for personal life.

59:46 - Brett Clark
Yes, peronalised learning is feasible and necessary

59:58 - Peggy George
the 2012 Horizon Report for K12 will be out very soon.

are there any schools doing it?

1:00:28 - Kim Caise
many and many classrooms

1:00:31 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Sheri, I have a class Twitter account but have not been using it.

is there any info?

1:00:51 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Love that yourchurch is using SM.

1:01:04 - Sarah @soltauheller
we have a class account to encourage writing

1:01:09 - Kate Sloop
Yeah I had a separate class account so the kids could tweet about our learning

1:01:20 - Peggy George
This is a great Pinterest example from a principal--just so you know it's not just women talking about clothes and food :-)

1:01:29 - Brett Clark
If I was in the classroom still I would have a seperate one for them

1:01:50 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I tend to use Edmodo the most with my 4th graders.

1:01:51 - Gideon Burton
Thanks, Peggy. I'll try Pinterest

kim do you have an example of aclass with personalised learning?

1:02:03 - Kate Sloop
Thats Brett, Thanks Tim, Thanks Peggy

1:02:03 - Sarah @soltauheller is my take away

thaank you

1:02:29 - Tracy Hanson
Thank you so much - hope some of you will look us up -

1:02:29 - Kadidia Doumbia
Thank you very much.

1:02:33 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Virtual applause for Tim and Brett. Thanks for sharing with us today.

1:02:41 - russel@melbourne

1:02:42 - Brett Clark
Also check out to see our move to digital content

1:02:46 - Kate Sloop
I am walking away with a lot of new learning to build my PLN

1:02:47 - shukufa
thanks for such kind of session all

1:02:50 - Claire Thompson
Thanks for a great session!

1:02:58 - Peggy George
Steve Hargadon's interviews are alway so interesting!!

1:03:05 - russel@melbourne
very useful resources

1:03:07 - Rade
Thanks for so great session

1:03:08 - Brett Clark
Thank you everyone for coming today!

1:03:16 - john z
thanks so much. great information

1:03:26 - Peggy George
Travis is in college now but he is revolutionizing education :-)

thanks for a great session !!!!!bye from Greece

1:03:27 - Rade
It was worth listening and finding out something great about Twitter

1:03:41 - Tim Wilhelmus

1:03:41 - Rade
Goodbye from Bosnia

1:03:45 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Travis is an amazing student.

1:03:46 - Peggy George

1:04:19 - Peggy George
we love hearing from teachers who are using technology in their classrooms!!! you can even nominate yourself if you'd like to be a featured teacher

1:04:29 - Peggy George

1:04:50 - Peggy George
You can always find the survey in our Livebinder each week under the tab for Classroom 2.0 Resources

1:05:05 - Peggy George
if you watch a recording you can use the same survey to request a certificate

1:05:18 - Sheri Edwards
Yes, Paula -- my class twitter account is sporadic

1:05:26 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Kudos to Peggy for sending out our certificates every week. :)

1:05:29 - Gideon Burton
Are the Classroom2.0 presentations mostly for k-12 or do they include higher ed?

1:05:41 - Francisco
good question

1:06:19 - Peggy George
some higher ed also @Gideon but primarily K12

1:06:38 - Peggy George
we had a great session on Livescribe pens that focused on Higher Ed primarily

1:06:48 - Gideon Burton
ok good to know

1:06:52 - Peggy George
scroll through the archives to see the descriptions

1:07:02 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Peggy, I've had a busy morning - the 4T2012 Conference, #edcampphilly, and CR 2.0 Live.

1:07:10 - Wendy
Thank you so much!

1:07:14 - Francisco
however you'll find t hat most of the tools and ideas presented can be adapted to different instructional levels

1:07:21 - Peggy George
me too Paula and I'm so glad you squeezed us in :-)

1:07:51 - K. DeLander
I joined Twitter, but almost immediately I got multiple requests for followers who all turned out to be hookers. To discourage that, I changed my account settings to private. How can you use Twitter for professional contacts and discourage that kind of follower? I've been too discouraged to continue with Twitter because of that.

1:08:05 - Peggy George
Paula started an Edmodo group for Classroom 2.0 LIVE friends and we'd love to have you join us there and share links and resources!

1:08:11 - Lorie Moffat
No, the questions I caught have been asked already.

1:08:11 - Kim Caise

1:08:14 - Peggy George
borrowing is a good thing!!!

1:08:18 - Kim Caise
okay thanks Lorrie!

1:08:24 - Lorie Moffat

1:08:46 - @shamblesguru
Colleagues in the staffroom over coffee

1:08:51 - Peggy George
Edmodo is a safe, slower paced group for getting started :-)

1:08:52 - Kim Caise
i would suggest a Ning like or educators PLN

1:09:04 - Kim Caise
scoop its

1:09:16 - @shamblesguru
You've already started tonight .... HERE

1:09:21 - Kim Caise
follow someone else's

1:09:27 - Kim Caise

1:09:31 - Peggy George
remember you can create a Twitter account but just start following a few people without posting anything

1:09:38 - MsKrisinBrazil
Any advice about getting some kind of PLC going at a specific school? Our school is fairly good at involving faculty in some decision making, but it is still top down. "We will let you make decisions about what we think is important when we say you can," is the subtext. I want to make a proposal for something that could be a bit more bottom up, but wonder if anyone else has ever done that.

1:09:39 - Sheri Edwards
Twitter is good at eliminating those unwanted spammers -- report them. -- that's one of the choices in a tweet. Once you start following great educators, you will have far more info tweets than the few spammers

1:09:54 - K. DeLander
Thank you!

1:10:02 - Peggy George
excellent question @MsKrisinBrazil!!!!

1:10:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
The code to join the CR 2.0 Friend Edmodo group is jp8hww.

1:10:18 - Kim Caise
there is a way you can block those people and twitter removes them quickly

1:11:02 - Kim Caise
i agree - i started with blogs too

1:11:07 - Kim Caise
commenting on blogs

1:11:12 - Peggy George
I started my PLN by following a few educational bloggers, started listening to their podcasts and then got the courage to sign up for Twitter and lurk/listen for quite awhile

1:11:21 - Kim Caise
same here peggy

1:11:36 - Kim Caise
start slowly until you feel comfortable

1:11:47 - Kim Caise
twitter can feel overwhelming

1:11:56 - Peggy George
if you follow one blogger and they have a "blog roll" on their site you can follow some of the same people they follow.

1:12:51 - Tim Wilhelmus
Not sure what is going on with my wireless.

1:13:02 - Peggy George
Vicki Davis (coolcatteacher) was one of the first bloggers I followed. She's a middle school teacher and is one of the creators of the Flat Classroom Project.

1:13:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
True, it seems that I've been on Twitter so long that I forgot how I got started. I too started with blogs.

1:13:15 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Thank you Brett and Tim.

1:13:20 - Kim Caise
Vicki Davis, Wes Fryer an Miguel Guhlin

1:13:26 - Peggy George

1:13:39 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
A digital native.

1:13:58 - Peggy George
Yes Kim!!! This is Wes Fryer's blog:

1:14:47 - MsKrisinBrazil
@Cryssante My kids in Brazil would love to connect with students in Brazil.

1:15:10 - MsKrisinBrazil
I'm @MsKrisinBrazil on twitter

do you use edmodo?

1:15:22 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Will Richardson, Vicki, Bill Ferriter, David Warlick and Scott McLeod were some of my first blogs I followed.

1:16:20 - Peggy George
those are all great bloggers @Paula!! And now I'm really enjoying reading the blogs of teachers like YOU!! front-line ideas!!

1:16:26 - MsKrisinBrazil
students in Greece, I mean!

1:16:41 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
If teacher don't use these tools with students in class and teach them how to properly interact on SM spaces, how will?

i am a real fun of technology I need your opinion to persuade teachers who are afraid of it

1:17:00 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Meant who will not how will.

1:17:03 - Peggy George
another great question Chryssanthe!

1:17:35 - Peggy George
have you seen the Fake twitter and facebook sites for teaching your students how to be safe online?

1:17:42 - Kate Sloop
Thanks again guys, I am signing off! Great session!

1:17:42 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Ahh, thanks Peggy. My goal for next year is to blog more.

1:18:13 - Peggy George Fake Facebook Walls without joining Facebook

1:18:48 - Kim Caise
there are fake iphone screens too

1:19:14 - Peggy George Fake Tweet Builder--teachers could start using this and not feel overwhelmed

1:19:46 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Thanks Tim and Brett! Heading out to get ready for T-Ball etc... See you all in a couple of weeks! Have a great end of the school year!

thank you

1:21:00 - Peggy George
We had a terrific webinar with McTeach (Karen McMillan) where she shared how she introduces blogging to her students (paper blogging). Great way to start with your students or even with teachers who don't know about blogging)

1:21:25 - Peggy George
thank you all for joining us!!! We're so glad you're part of our PLN!!!!

1:22:16 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Bye everyone. Off to learn more at the 4T2012 Conference. Have an awesome weekend.

1:22:57 - Peggy George
see you at the 4t2012 conference Paula :-)


1:23:21 - Arthene Baskin
I will listen to the recording again, thanks.

1:23:26 - Peggy George
This has been such a wonderful session!! Thank you so much Tim and Brett!!!

1:25:01 - K. DeLander
Thank you, everyone.

1:25:13 - Sheri Edwards
Thanks so much for sharing

1:25:24 - Brett Clark

1:25:31 - Francisco
thank you! see you next time :)

1:25:34 - Kim Caise

1:25:37 - Peggy George
everyone have a great weekend!!! Remember no show next Saturday because of Memorial Day Holiday weekend. We'll see you on June 2 with Travis Allen and the iSchool Initiative

1:25:37 - Tim Wilhelmus

1:25:47 - Brett Clark

1:25:51 - Tim Wilhelmus

1:25:58 - Sheri Edwards
Thank you!

1:26:20 - Peggy George
Travis will share how he got his teachers to accept all of his work electronically in HS :-) Very inspiring!!!

how can i join 4t2012 conference?

1:26:34 - Tim Wilhelmus

1:26:36 - Kim Caise

1:26:37 - Peggy George

1:26:47 - Brett Clark

1:26:56 - Peggy George
interesting link Brett :-)

1:27:00 - Brett Clark

1:27:06 - Brett Clark

1:27:11 - Peggy George
love it!!!

1:27:22 - Peggy George
bye everyone!

1:27:23 - Tim Wilhelmus
Thanks for the opportunity!

1:27:29 - Brett Clark
Thank you!