Classroom 2.0 live! – Teaching Generation Text - November 13, 2010
00:12 to: Peggy George
Here we go!!! Welcome everyone!! :-)
00:15 to: Lisa Nielsen
Haha. Are you talking about the picture of me webcasting Picture of me @ to start my webcast on Classroom 2.0 Live
00:22 to: Martin InfoMeister
Last March - ASSET (Suffolk county (NY) - presented at a conference with the theme - No Gadget left behind - use what they know
00:31 to: Willyn Webb
00:36 to: Peggy George
the wiki Lisa and Willyn have prepared for this presentation is here: (Wiki for Teaching Generation Text)
00:48 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Yes, it is a great pic of Lisa.
00:52 to: Peggy George
love that title Martin!
01:05 to: durff
speaking of pictures -> our digital immigrant ->
01:21 to: Peggy George
Tammy is such a faithful, fantastic volunteer!!! Thank you so much!
01:49 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
He is too cute, @Durff.
01:50 to: Lisa Nielsen
Oh Cybrary Man came just for us for the first time. Awesome!
01:58 to: Peggy George
We are so glad to have you newbies here! Let us know if you need help as we go through the show.
02:01 to: Rob McGinn
Thank you for allowing me to listen in:)
02:28 to: durff
my expertise = Starbucks coffee gourmand.
02:39 to: Peggy George
We love newbies and definitely love it when our "regulars" return!! :-) This is always the highlight of my week!
02:52 to: durff
I'm eternally a newbie myself
03:01 to: Martin InfoMeister
My presentation (which is similar to the one I wll present Tuesday on Global Ed Con -"R U iNterdisciplinary, iNquiry-based and iNteractive 2"
03:04 to: Peggy George
and you'll get to participate with your cell phones too so get them out!!!
03:33 to: durff
03:44 to: Peggy George
I just turn them all off :-)
03:44 to: Martin InfoMeister
03:51 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Looking forward to seeing your session, Martin. Love your title.
03:52 to: Rob McGinn
I am very interestede in this topic. I am a student teacher doing my first placement, and I have noticed cell phones are like an epidemic with my high school kids.
03:59 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Too fast
04:10 to: Peggy George
so true Rob!!
04:33 to: Peggy George
that is exactly the message they will be bringing us today!! we need to start tapping into what the students are already using!
04:42 to: Lisa Nielsen
So glad you're here Rob!!! Hope to give you lots of great ideas!
04:47 to: Rob McGinn
My evaluator noticed one student on her cell phone 7 times in lest than ten minutes!!
05:02 to: Kim Caise
05:06 to: Peggy George
I want to put 2 red dots (but can't). I live in Phoenix AZ but am in Pittsboro NC right now.
05:07 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hi from New Orleans.
05:11 to: carol Smith
New Jersey USA
05:12 to: Rob McGinn
Smithville, ON in Canada
05:14 to: Peggy George
Woo hoo!!! love those red dots!
05:16 to: Larry
Los Angeles
05:16 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
05:20 to: Sue
New York'
05:20 to: Martin InfoMeister
Passports anyone?
05:21 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Hello all- taking a break from writing 130 half page comments... about 1/3 way thru. What could be better than classrrom 2.0, chocolate and diet coke.
05:24 to: Tyler A
Centennial, Colorado
05:24 to: blairteach
Hello from Atlanta
05:24 to: Rob McGinn
Where are you?
05:27 to: Laura 1
Harlingen, TX
05:30 to: Rob McGinn
05:30 to: Kim Caise
good one martin!
05:33 to: Martin InfoMeister
L.I. N.Y.
05:37 to: Peggy George
if your red dot doesn't go where you like, click and drag it
05:37 to: Kim Caise
San Antonio
05:39 to: Rob McGinn
20 - 25 min
05:40 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hi Maureen and Nancy.
05:44 to: Rob McGinn
Thanks for having me
05:48 to: Martin InfoMeister
I thought global was "local"
05:56 to: blairteach
Hi Paula and Jerry.
05:56 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Hey Paula!
06:00 to: Lisa Nielsen
Yay! Cell phones in class extraordinaire, Scott Newcomb is with us!
06:12 to: durff
you know it!
06:20 to: @shamblesguru
Is n iPad considered mobile?
06:21 to: Martin InfoMeister
Legallyy - or unpfficially?
06:21 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Not allowed in my school
06:30 to: durff
no shambles
06:33 to: Susan van Gelder
not in the classroom
06:40 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hi Shambles.
06:42 to:
Not allowed in my school either
06:47 to: Kim Caise
i think ipads would be considered mobile or portable
06:49 to: durff
nor mine
06:51 to: Lisa Nielsen
iPad is mobile, but we're focusing on basic cell phone cabilities
06:53 to: durff
so fire me
07:02 to: durff
07:10 to: durff
they nix it
07:19 to: Peggy George
most schools have policies that ban cell phones :-(
07:20 to: blairteach
Not in a school :(
07:22 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
That's okay, Len.
07:23 to: Kim Caise
hopefully that will change in the next few years
07:23 to: Len H
Yes, not allowed
07:24 to: Peggy George
we need to change that!
07:34 to: Lisa Nielsen
In my district ALL personal learning devices are banned
07:34 to: Maureen@bcdtech
They don't address cell phones for learning- they just say no
07:35 to: Martin InfoMeister
unfortunately those benefits are not understood by the regulators
07:36 to: durff
07:54 to: Peggy George
it is a fabulous tool for PD sessions--instant feedback on the screen :-)
07:55 to: Rob McGinn
I have never heard of poll everywhere
07:58 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning!! Almost overslept!
08:05 to: durff
my school says cell phones are never appropriate for learning
08:06 to: J Reavis
our district superintendent used it in our first staff meeting
08:08 to: Peggy George
Hi McTeach!!! so glad you made it
08:12 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Hi Karen- glad you made it
08:12 to: Len H
Good morning Karen
08:15 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hi Karen, glad you made it.
08:19 to: McTeach (Karen)
Thanks Peggy! Me too!! :)
08:22 to: Jason K. Suter
the lack of a formal policy is one reason I can use them in the classroom :)
08:27 to: Martin InfoMeister
great for interactive learning - cheap - and usable on both phones and laptops (And other devices not yet known)
08:32 to: virginia alberti 1
08:34 to: McTeach (Karen)
Good morning, Maureen, Len and Paula!
08:34 to: Peggy George
08:41 to: durff
08:53 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Hello Virginia.
09:00 to: durff
because they have them
09:00 to: Maureen@bcdtech
As a non cell phone user( no reception where I live) this is always a hard topic for me to get my head around
09:04 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
My Cellphones in the Classroom page:
09:06 to: durff
09:08 to: Martin InfoMeister
becaue we can help the "digital" generation understand them (beyond just use)
09:09 to: durff
09:10 to: Peggy George
This is the wiki they have created for us to access their resources today:
09:13 to: durff
09:13 to: Tamara Rodney
Good Morning Everyone
09:29 to: Rob McGinn
students are going to use them anyways, you might as well gear it towards learning
09:31 to: durff
every student has hands on
09:34 to: Peggy George
you change the slides and I'll drop links in the chat
09:43 to: don grimshaw
1:1 ratio with kids
09:50 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Since students have them we should learn how to use them for educational purposes.
09:53 to: AndreaHildreth
lots of echo!
09:54 to: blairteach
Getting some faint echo.
10:09 to: Peggy George
let's keep one mic on at a time
10:28 to: Peggy George
we are so excited to have Lisa and Willyn with us today!!!
10:39 to: Peggy George
Can't wait for their book to come out!!!
10:45 to: carol Smith
I'm a professor/ teacher educator who's wondering how to prepare teacher candidates in this realm.
10:55 to: durff
I will not take my picture
11:15 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
I am not taking of pic at this time. I have bed head to say the least.
11:21 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@durff- where's Maria with the famous durff photo when we need her?
11:44 to: twelchky
what was the address for the photo?
11:46 to: durff
i need that email again
11:48 to: @shamblesguru
missed email address ... could someone drop it here please
11:48 to: Martin InfoMeister
could you place the address in the chat
12:12 to: Tyler A
what's the email for photos again?
12:21 to: Peggy George
mail it to
12:28 to: Peggy George
sorry-I was taking my picture :-)
13:01 to: Lorna Costantini
13:10 to: Tamara Rodney
Can we have that address that wee need to send our pics to again...
13:17 to: blairteach
What were we supposed to say in the email with the picture?
13:25 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Parents have to be involved too.
13:41 to: Lorna Costantini
why you are interested in using cells in ed.
14:06 to: Alan
love the cartoons :-)
14:18 to: Kim Caise
cute, sad but true depictions of school life
14:19 to: durff
I have kids using their phones to take video for our video making period
14:22 to: Peggy George
these cartoons are great!
14:49 to: durff
we all have magic flickr email (no idea why they call it magic)
14:58 to: Kim Caise
14:59 to: Peggy George
keep this link open in your browser-it will have all of the resources and URLs for today:
14:59 to: Peggy George
15:13 to: Maureen@bcdtech
I don't want to fight cell phones, but some of the stuff I see done with them, much like clickr use, I see as non productive. Perhaps because I teach in a small school, small classes- and the kids tal
15:13 to: Maureen@bcdtech
k- out loud to each other- to me....
15:47 to: Peggy George
you'll get some new ideas about ways they can be used productively today!
16:15 to: AndreaHildreth
I am really distracted by this "take your picture with your cell phone" thing!
16:21 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@Peggy- that's why I'm here... I need to understand this better
16:29 to: Lorna Costantini
Hi Nikki
16:41 to: Len H
In my district Teachers are banned as well, in the classroom.
17:09 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Teachers at my school are not allowed to use them in class
17:09 to: Martin InfoMeister
They have it - let's use it. Some of us do not have the accent - while some natives have difficulty in "speaking" We should use their tools to address their needs through their comfort line / zone to
17:09 to: Martin InfoMeister
learn with contemporary tools.
17:12 to: Peggy George
@Len H you have a school policy that won't allow teachers to use cell phones at school???
17:24 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@Len H Who teaches if the teachers are banned from the classroom? LOL
17:25 to: McTeach (Karen)
I know of one school in our diocese where the teachers are not allowed to have their cell phones in class
17:26 to: durff
in our school we are
17:28 to: twelchky
Many districts actually have an "escape" clause -- banning UNLESS . . . I suggest you actually find the policy, not rely on what you are told.
17:31 to: Len H
We are not allowed to use them in the classroom. :(
17:36 to: durff
i openly use them
17:38 to: Martin InfoMeister
global coomunity - "next door"
17:38 to: Peggy George (New York Teachers Learn Cell Phone Lessons)
17:43 to:
My district does not allow teachers to use cell phones during school hours
17:44 to: durff
i use them with kids
17:47 to: Scott Newcomb
Mobile Learning resources! Smart phones in class!
17:48 to: durff
so fire me
17:54 to: Peggy George (Despite School Cell Phone Ban, Course Sees Them as Aid)
18:14 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Good morning, @Scott Newcomb.
18:17 to: Martin InfoMeister
the up and coming primary search tools - google beware
18:24 to: Sebastian Panakal(India)
We are not allowed to use them in the classroom in India too!!
18:25 to: Heather
does every student own a phone, though?
18:34 to: Peggy George (The Why, What, and How of Getting the Benefits of Student Response Systems without the Cost or Equipmen
18:34 to: Peggy George
18:35 to: Heather
does every student own a phone, though?
18:47 to: durff
used polleverywhere with spanish kids - they had to answer spanish question in spanish
18:50 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@Heather- no
19:07 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Highly recommend: St Marys City Schools Mobile Learning Technology site:
19:07 to: Peggy George (WeTxt provides free Group Text messaging on your mobile phone, on the web, and more)
19:37 to: Tyler A
19:45 to: Peggy George (6 Ways Cell Phones Can Strengthen the Home-School Connection)
19:53 to: Scott Newcomb
Thanks Jerry!
19:58 to: Susan van Gelder
not everything works in Canada
20:05 to: Peggy George (Free Classroom Response System with Poll Everywhere)
20:19 to: Martin InfoMeister
Use it all the time - there are many (even those we would not consider) - Too bad there are individuals [in charge] who do not recognize the potential of these tools.
20:21 to: Kim Caise
love tweeple!
20:27 to: Tyler A
I use Handcent app on my droid to send group txts. works great...
20:35 to: Peggy George
all of today's links will be available in this link:
20:49 to: Tyler A
20:57 to: Peggy George
hashtag for today's show: #cells4Ed
21:07 to: durff
yeah and i hated it
21:13 to: Peggy George
21:23 to: Susan van Gelder
did that and every time one particular person tweeted it came to me automatically
21:45 to: durff
i only want txts from library patrons or about Nik on cellphone or from my google calendar
21:48 to: Peggy George
Twitter: Lisa Nielsen @InnovativeEdu and Willyn Webb @WillynWebb
22:02 to: durff
i just didn't have the time right now in my life
22:27 to: Peggy George
all of these links are in the links today
22:37 to: Peggy George
22:51 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
My Educational Hashtags on Twitter:
22:53 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@durff are you going to educon this year?
22:58 to: Rob McGinn
Can we get a copy of the whiteboard slideshow after this session?
23:11 to: durff
Maureen - doubt it
23:12 to: Lisa Nielsen
23:13 to: Peggy George
not seeing your screen yet
23:22 to: durff
it's in the middle of a semester
23:29 to: Peggy George
there it is!
23:44 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@durff- yeah but its on the weekend
24:04 to: @shamblesguru
24:33 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
What do you do about students in class that do not have a cell phone?
25:05 to: Dana
they can use the internet as well
25:05 to: Peggy George
the cool thing about Poll Everywhere is you can reply both via cell phone and computer if everyone doesn't have a cell phone
25:07 to: durff
Maureen - weekends are when I get the most work done
25:11 to: Kim Caise
25:15 to: Tamara Rodney
Is it me or is this moving too fast?
25:17 to: Peggy George
25:21 to: Peggy George
Kim's on it!
25:24 to: Tamara Rodney
I feel like I need to take a deep breath...
25:44 to: Martin InfoMeister
didn't recognize my response - keyword could not be found
25:51 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@durff :-) I know, but I figure I'm worth it- my own learning...
25:56 to: SamGliksman 1
Need to also address students that dont have texting plan...they pay for each text
26:00 to: Rob McGinn
thanks your blairteach
26:15 to: SamGliksman 1
May need to get parent approval?
26:23 to: durff
no such lack in our school
26:33 to: Dana
is there a touch app to use?
26:36 to: don grimshaw
How do you address issues with kids that do not have phones or texting services
26:40 to: @shamblesguru
3 of us Tweeting with #cells4Ed
26:41 to: Sue
any relief on data plan charges for schools?
27:22 to: durff
free txts are $15/month - that is NOT a lot
27:23 to: @shamblesguru
Twitter feed also at
27:38 to: Martin InfoMeister
21st century tools - with 19th or 20th c. techniques - new tools - old ways
27:45 to: SamGliksman 1
With respect, for some families that is a lot...
27:48 to: Peggy George (Put an Expert in Every Student's Pocket with ChaCha)
27:56 to: Tyler A
Verizon offers our school district a huge discount for our whole cell plan.
28:09 to: Sue
Tyler, where are you located?
28:19 to: Tyler A
Denver area
28:28 to: Jason K. Suter
I haven't found students not having cell phones to be a problem. My experience is that students with cell phones are very willing to share. Especially if it means they get to use them in class...
28:44 to: Sue
I want to mention your data plan to our NY Verizon reps. Thanks
28:46 to: Tyler A
good point Jason
29:05 to: Tyler A
Sue: you bet
29:07 to: Tamara Rodney
@Sue can you repost the data plan info....
29:09 to: durff
me too Jason
29:17 to: Tamara Rodney
or @Tyler can you repost the info about the data plan
29:39 to: durff
cell phones are great on field trips too
29:46 to: Peggy George
I forgot to include a message with my picture! :-(
30:00 to: Kim Caise
love the kitty!
30:02 to: Peggy George
I'm a terrible multitasker!
30:15 to: Tamara Rodney
30:19 to: Peggy George
what fun!!!
30:22 to: Tamara Rodney
I can see where most of us are today
30:24 to: Tamara Rodney
30:29 to: Peggy George
so true!!!
30:32 to: Tyler A
30:34 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@Peggy you are fantastic at multitasking.
30:35 to: @shamblesguru
I've never seen a mobile phone connected to projector ... has anyone? .... (iPad .. yes)
30:46 to: durff
I used Nikki's picture :)
30:53 to: Peggy George
yes there is an app for that shamblesguru :-)
30:57 to: Tyler A
I can't tell you how many pictures I have of my boards... email to myself and print them out
30:59 to: Martin InfoMeister
I do that (all the time) - Practical for sharing.
31:00 to: durff
31:07 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Love that "the olden days"
31:20 to: Scott Newcomb
Watch Mobile Learning in action in the classroom!
31:26 to: Alan
@durff was that the cat in the hat?
31:30 to: Tamara Rodney
What about you phone dying due to battery drain
31:37 to: Jason K. Suter
Love the flickr sharing... haven't seen that before! Wish I knew about that before our zoo field trip last week. Wondering if you can text pictures to flickr...
31:39 to: durff
Not nikki in here - Nikki in the living room
31:41 to: Peggy George (Display Student's Thoughts & Ideas with Cell Phones & Wiffiti)
31:49 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Do you have workshops for parents to show them how their children are using cell phones for educational purposes.
31:53 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@tyler do you use evernote so that the text from the pics is searchable?
32:09 to: durff
no alan, Nikki = Nikolai = 16 month old boy
32:19 to: durff
favorite word is no
32:24 to: Peggy George
great question!!
32:50 to: Tyler A
no. @maureen downloadable?
32:52 to: Peggy George
32:59 to: J Reavis
I've got 2 kids in their early 20s. I've seen the usage on their bills. More than 2000 no questions
33:05 to: Dwight UofAZ
my 14 year old hit 7000 one month.... argh!
33:07 to: Peggy George
how funny!! citing ChaCha is like citing Google :-)
33:14 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Yes, and works with phone, ipodtouch, etc.. easy cheesy
33:21 to: SamGliksman 1
Lol... my daughter answers questions on Cha Cha.... buyer beware :)
33:23 to: Jason K. Suter
I seen over 20,000 in a month...
33:36 to: Lorna Costantini
@Cybrary man - don't think so but a great project for #ptchat to talk about
33:46 to: durff
didn't use to have advertising - sigh
33:56 to: Alan
@jason thankful for unlimited text rate!
34:00 to: durff
Nikki is a great name!
34:10 to: Jason K. Suter
@Alan Amen!
34:13 to: Peggy George
just click on the icon with the green/red/blue bar and it will publish the poll results to the white board
34:29 to: Scott Newcomb
Too Funny! SamGliksman 1
34:30 to: Kim Caise
it said depends on teen and plan teen has
34:37 to: Peggy George
funny Kim!!!
34:45 to: Heather
maybe Cha Cha doesn't work in Canada?
34:47 to: Peggy George
it depends is a classic teacher answer
34:52 to: Kim Caise
34:58 to: Kim Caise
10 to 15 texts a day
35:00 to: twelchky
The cha cha answer was for average user, not teens
35:10 to: Peggy George (Using Flickr to Collect Images Captured on Cell Phones)
35:17 to: Patti R
my answer was for 13-17 yr olds
35:19 to: Peggy George
35:30 to: Laura 1
my phone wants a 10 digit number. do others have that problem?
35:40 to: Peggy George (Put an Expert in Every Student's Pocket with ChaCha)
35:43 to: Kim Caise
willyn showed me how to do that in denver
35:47 to: @shamblesguru
Looks like does not work outside USA
35:51 to: McTeach (Karen)
I always have a few in 7th grade who don't have cellphones
35:58 to: Kim Caise
you just type the number and then SMS text
36:00 to: Peggy George
you're texting and making a phone call
36:05 to: blairteach
My Cha Cha answer doesn't split out teens in average per month.
36:20 to: McTeach (Karen)
I have one student this year who doesn't have internet at home because her dad doesn't "believe" in it!
36:29 to: Susan van Gelder
I don't see Canadian carriers supported
37:03 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Average teen sends 3,339 texts per month CNN TECH
37:06 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@McTeach- we have parents like that too. Or they think that kids have too much screen time, so don't allow it at home
37:14 to: don grimshaw
Does anyone have issues with cell signal strngth in the building?
37:19 to: Peggy George
cha cha is amazing!
37:37 to: durff
@don no
37:50 to: durff
actually stronger in our sanctuary!
37:56 to: Susan van Gelder
Chacha not available in Canada
38:00 to: Susan van Gelder
Polleverywhere is
38:09 to: McTeach (Karen)
Maureen...this guy has made comments about the internet infecting people's brains. It's weird.
38:25 to: durff
polleverywhere also has a way to enter info on the web
38:31 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@karen- he says that out loud- too funny!
38:45 to: Peggy George
that's a great question to ask chacha :-)
38:51 to: Susan van Gelder
ChaCha not blocked - just doesn't work with certain carriers
39:08 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@don grimshaw Yes, some times during the day signal does not get to my room have to walk into hallway.
39:08 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
CNN TECH: Average teen sends 3,339 texts per month
39:17 to: Rob McGinn
So I would just send a text message to phone # 242242?
39:17 to: durff
Google Query works with most carriers
39:28 to: Peggy George
Currently ChaCha is not available in Canada, although some US phones may work in Canada while traveling. Please check with your carrier to determine whether your device and/or service works in Canada.
39:28 to: Peggy George
ChaCha on!
39:29 to: Kim Caise
yes rob
39:35 to: Tamara Rodney
What is the tweet info ago... forgot the formal name for it. Tweet string?
39:36 to: Peggy George
that was answer I got from chacha
39:42 to: Martin InfoMeister
similar blocking occurs by firewalls also. Some tools are accessible while others are not.
40:00 to: Martin InfoMeister
I guess for "safety - legalistic " reasons
40:11 to: Rob McGinn
OK ... that would explain why I can't send to chacha ... I am in Canada. :)
40:16 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@Tamara the hashtag is #cells4ed
40:24 to: Tamara Rodney
thanks @Paula
40:36 to: Peggy George (6 Ways Cell Phones Can Strengthen the Home-School Connection)
41:36 to: Tyler A
is there a concern regarding a parent teacher conference starting via text messages.. :-)
41:40 to: durff
anyone seen ? I have one on wiki page for parents but they don't use it
41:54 to: Kim Caise
interesting, just got a 2 part answer from chacha
41:59 to: Willyn Webb
using cells to get conversations started before meeting is excellent tyler
42:01 to: Martin InfoMeister
I have done that for years - it is quite effective - although not as many take advantage as I would like.
42:02 to: Peggy George (Display Student's Thoughts & Ideas with Cell Phones & Wiffiti)
42:08 to: McTeach (Karen)
Wish I would have known about wetext when I was at camp a couple of weeks ago. Would have been great to communicate with parents about our arrival back at school.
42:11 to: Peggy George
not hearing you Willyn
42:23 to: Peggy George
42:26 to: durff
yell willyn
42:27 to: Tyler A
@willynwebb agreed
42:49 to: Rob McGinn
sounded like a Verizon wireless commercial ... "Can you hear me now?"
42:58 to: durff
43:04 to: Peggy George
43:04 to: Dwight UofAZ
43:06 to: Tyler A
@rob :-)
43:10 to: Kim Caise
43:19 to: Peggy George
43:30 to: Martin InfoMeister
great for digital citizenship / privacy issues
43:32 to: durff
I don't allow kids to put names online anywhere
43:35 to: Susan van Gelder
who do you send to?
43:40 to: durff
we all have code names
43:40 to: Peggy George
this is a great tool and you can limit your responses to a specific time like during a workshop or meeting
43:43 to: Tyler A
@durff me too
43:45 to: durff
and mine is durff
43:47 to: Peggy George
or you can use a tag and keep it going
43:52 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Writing on the wall that is allowed!
43:55 to: durff
but i'm ancient
44:11 to: @shamblesguru
Locating Students with mobile #cells4Ed
44:18 to: Peggy George (Follow the Leader Who's a Tweeter)
44:18 to: Tyler A
GREAT IDEA!!!!!!!!!
44:23 to: Lorna Costantini
it is so helpful for parents to watch tweets online
44:36 to: Rob McGinn
Cool idea!
44:38 to: Martin InfoMeister
I was wonding who used that technque to update their site
44:45 to: Kim Caise
for wifiti you text to a @wif###### 'number'
44:50 to: Lorna Costantini
saves turnng up at school when students are not back from a field trip
45:11 to: @shamblesguru
#cells4Ed Mobile Phones in Edu area on #shambles #learn20 #edtech -
45:12 to: Tyler A
@lorna another great idea
45:17 to: Martin InfoMeister
that is very powerful - too bad this is the exception rather than practice (or use)
45:31 to: Peggy George (Cell Phone Workshop for Parents)
45:39 to: Peggy George
this workshop resource is fantastic!!!
45:44 to: Jason K. Suter
Finally got my principal tweeting about school as well... @hanoverhs - We linked his tweets to a hs facebook fan page as well.
46:01 to: Peggy George
that's great Jason!!!
46:18 to: durff
audio gone
46:31 to: Kim Caise
the audio will catch up a bit now
46:32 to: AndreaHildreth
I'm not having any fun - it seems like they are giving us the information tooooo fast - anyone else having this issue?
46:34 to: Lorna Costantini
For sure Peggy - parents would love the workshop
46:36 to: Peggy George
I'm following your principal now Jason :-)
46:41 to: Martin InfoMeister
keep the "loop" intact and helps individual needs / learning styles/levels
46:47 to: Rob McGinn
yep ... hard to keep up
46:54 to: Martin InfoMeister
this is definitely a bandwidth issue.
47:00 to: Peggy George
lots of bandwidth boxes right now but it will be fine when you watch the recording later :-)
47:04 to: Dwight UofAZ
47:07 to: Peggy George
I'm hearing you both fine
47:18 to: Kim Caise
the audio does that when it 'catches' back up
47:54 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@Andrea They have so much to share that they are going fast. We will need to listen again to the archived sesson.
48:28 to: Lorna Costantini
@Paula I am sure their new book will be helpful
48:39 to: Peggy George
text @wif43439 with your answer
48:42 to: AndreaHildreth
@paula, I love Lisa's website and love elluminate, so I am frustrated in this moment
49:06 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
My Cell Phones in the Classroom- Molbile Learning Page (with some of links from this session):
49:42 to: Peggy George
you can access all of these links and details in our links today as well as the show archives where we will post the recording.
49:49 to: Lorna Costantini
@cybrary man thnx for sharing - excellent resource
50:01 to: Jason K. Suter
@Peggy, he only tweets about school functions.
50:13 to: Peggy George
still a great role model Jason!!!
50:21 to: Peggy George
good example to share with other principals :-)
50:45 to: don grimshaw
twitter with parents
50:57 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Ok- hard-headed here. But in a classroom, aren't you talking with the kids and arent they listening/talking? I'm not getting why I would have the kids reply by text, etc.. instead of talking.
51:00 to: Tamara Rodney
Can we pause for a breath
51:00 to: Rob McGinn
Is Poll Everywhere available in Canada as well?
51:01 to: Tamara Rodney
51:07 to: Peggy George
we used Wiffiti as a leadership workshop with Tony Vincent and all of us in the room could see the responses coming up instantly
51:16 to: Susan van Gelder
yes it is
51:16 to: J Reavis
This needs to slow down. Give us a chance to answer each poll.
51:19 to: Peggy George
I answered that Canada question in the chat
51:23 to: Susan van Gelder
I have used it in Canada
51:32 to: Peggy George
oh yes that was chacha
51:32 to: Heather
I couldn't get wiffiti to work
51:34 to: Rob McGinn
Thank you Susan
51:35 to: Martin InfoMeister
new york minute
51:47 to: Jason K. Suter
@Peggy - Absolutely! Helping to finally getting other teachers interested in Twitter too.
52:02 to: Peggy George
too funny!!!
52:15 to: Len H
Can we get to wiffiti results on the computer instead of our phones?
52:25 to: Peggy George (Innovative Ideas for Using Cell Phones for Homweork and Practice)
52:33 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Good idea to use cell phones for homework
52:46 to: Kim Caise
great question len. you mean respond or view results for wifiti?
52:55 to: Peggy George (Display Student's Thoughts & Ideas with Cell Phones & Wiffiti)
52:56 to: Len H
View results
53:10 to: Peggy George (Give Students a Voice (and Face) with Voki)
53:14 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
My Voki page:
53:15 to: McTeach (Karen) would be like using student response systems (we have ActivExpressions) to use to check for prior knowledge, or check that they've understood a lessons
53:16 to: Len H
So I can put it up on the SmartBoard
53:22 to: Martin InfoMeister
I had colleagues who wanted to use this (after I introduced it) and they were - denied approval. I konw that is for the regulatory reasons and not for purely pedagogical ones (I hope)
53:35 to: Peggy George
those anonymous names on wiffiti are a hoot!
53:42 to: Kim Caise
weren't they funny?
53:54 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@Mcteach- I don't understand why i would use those either.
54:06 to: Heather
When I try to text to the wiffiti address given, I get the message, 'Invalid Address'
54:14 to: aunttammie
can't figure out where to see results from poll on why not use cell phones
54:20 to: Peggy George
use the drop down menu and select moderators and your cell phone number won't appear in the published chat
54:31 to: Martin InfoMeister
@ len - what is the purpose for the smartboard (there are several possibilities)
54:33 to: Kim Caise
i will ask her to explain that again heather
54:57 to: Kim Caise
i will add your question to the list aunttammie
55:02 to: Peggy George
I'm so glad to see this demonstrated!
55:05 to: McTeach (Karen) love them! I use them a lot for reviewing for tests.
55:18 to: SamGliksman 1
Is that avatar a reflection of your perspective on males?
55:28 to: Tyler A
That picture looks just like me.
55:35 to: Peggy George
random for sure!!!
55:45 to: Peggy George
love the choices though!
55:45 to: SamGliksman 1
I'll look out for you at the next conference Tyler!
55:52 to: Kim Caise
lol @sam probably halloween
56:02 to: Sonya Price
I have tried to set up an account on voki using the educator account. I always get a message telling me that there's a small fee and that they'll get back to me about what that small fee is. I've ma
56:02 to: Sonya Price
de 6 attempts and I get the same thing every time with no further information.
56:04 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@ McTeach-How many kids are in the class? Our biggest class is 15- and they have voices and use them
56:05 to: Martin InfoMeister
Wow - Voki - I remember using this 2 (maybe 3 or 4?) years ago.
56:24 to: Kim Caise
i never knew you could do this with voki!
56:25 to: Peggy George
I've never used it with a cell phone--only my computer
56:27 to: McTeach (Karen)
Maureen...I have 34 students in 7th and 36 in 8th.
56:43 to: Peggy George
56:51 to: Peggy George
heard his voice
56:57 to: Lorna Costantini
That is awesome
57:09 to: Lorna Costantini
Amazed that we heard the msg
57:16 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
That is a great way to use Voki.
57:17 to: durff
when I taught Spanish homework was called into a site on cellphones - kids loved it - I subscribed to the RSS and loved it for grading too
57:21 to: McTeach (Karen)
@Maureen...I can also save the information in a spreadsheet and use it to track their learning. We can even test this way...but I hven't done that yet
57:28 to: durff
forget which site though
57:31 to: Peggy George
what fun!!!
57:32 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@McTeach-I get the kids in half or third of class- so it ranges from 10- 15 kids. Just can't see the use in my situation
57:46 to: Susan van Gelder
2nd language learners
57:53 to: @shamblesguru
I like for this
57:58 to: Martin InfoMeister
there are so many possibilities - ELL, Speech, other special needs)
58:07 to: Peggy George
super idea durff to use RSS to follow students homework
58:14 to: Martin InfoMeister
also collaborative sharing (audio)
58:16 to: aunttammie
can't hear, but we get the idea
58:19 to: Kim Caise
i never thought of using audioboo for something like that with multiple responses @shamble
58:30 to: Peggy George
very soft--we needed to hear it through her headset :-)
58:30 to: durff
I did audio with 1st grade using my cellphone and we posted on class blog - similar to Voki
58:36 to: McTeach (Karen)
@Maureen...remember, the tech needs to match the lesson AND the teacher!
58:41 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Very hard to hear but it is a great idea
58:51 to: Martin InfoMeister
I though there was a comment area - Thanks for clarifying
59:03 to: Peggy George
those links are in the chat and also in links
59:08 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
@Maureen You would use this info more for outside the classroom. Have the students respond to poll about a unit you are thinking aobut or which class novel to read next.
59:13 to: durff
I think it works for Voicethread too
59:23 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@McTeach- yes, but it's still something I need to be aware of, regardless of whether I can use it now or not.... part of the job
59:26 to: Peggy George (Using Google as an Educational Tool Right From Your Phone!)
59:57 to: Peggy George (Harnessing the Power of Cell Phones in Class Lesson Plans)
1:00:01 to: Maureen@bcdtech
@Paula- I just use google forms on web... they work
1:00:08 to: Alan
Learned LOTS today. Thanks!
1:00:20 to: Peggy George (10 Proven Strategies to Break the Ban and Build Opportunities for Student Learning with Cell Phones)
1:00:25 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Me too, @Maureen. But this is another option.
1:00:25 to: Scott Newcomb
Great job! Lisa and Willyn
1:00:26 to: McTeach (Karen)
@Maureen...I totally agree! I'd probably use it more for professional development sessions. We used it with Discovery at FallCUE
1:00:30 to: Cybrary Man Jerry Blumengarten
Thanks to all the moderators for giving us great information on how to use cell phones in the classroom
1:00:34 to: aunttammie
this archive will be useful...then we can start and stop as needed
1:00:35 to: Peggy George (Join our group: Classsroom 2.0 Cell Phones in Education where educators can discuss challenges and successes using cell phones in the classroo
1:00:35 to: Peggy George
1:00:36 to: Tyler A
1:00:43 to: Martin InfoMeister
what is the isbn (is it available digitally)?
1:00:55 to: Peggy George
Fabulous ideas!!!! I'm so inspired!!!!
1:00:56 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Thank you Lisa and Willyn.
1:00:56 to: Maureen@bcdtech
Gotta get back to writing comments.... thank you!
1:00:59 to: Rob McGinn
Thank you very much for the awesome job ... a ton of information, but loved it.
1:01:06 to: durff
yes, i must leave - bye everyone!
1:01:14 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Bye Lisa.
1:01:16 to: MJ Pratto
Nice ladies, Thanks!
1:01:16 to: Peggy George
thank you all so much for joining us!!
1:01:18 to: twelchky
Thanks so much! Will be looking back through all of this later.
1:01:20 to: Lisa Nielsen
The book will be available digitally
1:01:27 to: Tyler A
1:01:28 to: Lisa Nielsen
Digital books are very important
1:01:31 to: Willyn Webb
Thank you for today!
1:01:37 to: Jenny
Great job!
1:01:39 to: Tyler A
Thank you Willyn
1:01:39 to: Martin InfoMeister
@ lisa - will it be on FAMIS?
1:01:41 to: Lisa Nielsen
The book: Teaching Generation Text will be available Fall 2011
1:01:43 to: Susan van Gelder
Fantastic session!
1:01:45 to: Peggy George
recording will be posted very soon in our archives
1:01:47 to: Lorna Costantini
We really need Lisa and Willyn come back for more good thing
1:01:53 to: McTeach (Karen)
Was so bummed I didn't get to meet the famous Steve Hargadon last week at FallCUE!! :(
1:01:55 to: Len H
Thank you Lisa & Willyn. :)
1:01:55 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Great info ladies. I have a lot to disgust.
1:01:56 to: Lisa Nielsen
Haha, I don't think I'm allowed to put it on FAMIS
1:02:02 to: Peggy George
I can't even fathom 50+ keynote presenters!!!
1:02:16 to: Jason K. Suter
Great resources and presentation! Nicely done...
1:02:19 to: Martin InfoMeister
That's right - the other issue ;-(
1:02:20 to: McTeach (Karen)
YAY!!! Lee will be awesome!!!!!!
1:02:22 to: Lisa Nielsen
Thanks Jason!
1:02:29 to: Tamara Rodney
Thank you ladies... great session.
1:02:33 to: McTeach (Karen)
Cool!! Donalyn Miller??? That will be awesome!!!!!
1:02:38 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Looking forward to hearing Lee.
1:02:38 to: Tyler A
Looking forward to next saturday already
1:02:39 to: Scott Newcomb
Great job once again Peggy, Kim and Lorna!
1:02:41 to: Peggy George
Steve Hargadon did a fantastic keynote at the Virtual Tech Conference in TX this week-hope he does it again at the Global Ed Conference
1:02:42 to: Martin InfoMeister
I'll pick up a copy anyway
1:02:43 to: Lisa Nielsen
Thanks Tamara
1:03:01 to: Peggy George (Join our Facebook group: Let Students Use Cells to Learn)
1:03:09 to: Tamara Rodney
I will be adding you ladies to my twitter hope we can keep in touch
1:03:14 to: Peggy George (Subscribe to our Teaching Generation Text mailing list for updates)
1:03:19 to: Peggy George
yes Las Vegas
1:03:35 to: Martin InfoMeister
contact info?
1:03:38 to: Lorna Costantini
Thanks Lisa and Willyn for a terrific presentation
1:03:54 to: Lisa Nielsen
See audiences responses and tweets at
1:03:54 to: Peggy George (Mobile Learning Lesson
1:04:01 to: Lisa Nielsen
Thanks Lorna!
1:04:01 to: Peggy George
1:04:02 to: Willyn Webb
Thank you for the opportunity. We'd love to be here again!
1:04:17 to: Lorna Costantini
I can' wait to see you both back
1:04:20 to: Lisa Nielsen
Yes. We can do our next session on Cells in the physical classroom
1:04:22 to: Peggy George
I love being able to watch the shows on my iphone and ipod!!
1:04:30 to: Lisa Nielsen
Steps 1 - 4 can be practiced first :-)
1:04:43 to: Peggy George
we definitely want to have Lisa and Willyn back for a sequel!!!!!
1:04:45 to: Dana
1:04:47 to: Rob McGinn
Thank you Lias and Willyn!!!!
1:04:49 to: Lisa Nielsen
Thank you for the opportunity Kim, Lorna, Peggy, and Steve!
1:04:54 to: Martin InfoMeister
THanks for the info - next time web 45.633.24?
1:04:57 to: Lisa Nielsen
You are welcome Rob.
1:05:00 to: Sebastian Panakal(India)
Thank yoiu Lisa, Willyn
1:05:07 to: Peggy George
This recording will be posted in our archives and also in LearnCentral
1:05:11 to: Peggy George
1:05:11 to: Lisa Nielsen
If you try some of this, I'd love to have you share in a guest post on my blog
1:05:21 to: Peggy George
1:05:22 to: Lisa Nielsen
1:05:47 to: Peggy George
1:06:19 to: Martin InfoMeister
will the links in the slides be available to view the "text"? (further reading)
1:06:38 to: Kim Caise
yes, the chat log will also be posted on our website at
1:06:44 to: Kim Caise
1:06:59 to: Peggy George
they are all in the text and the links Martin
1:07:11 to: aunttammie
but where do we see the results?
1:07:14 to: Martin InfoMeister
thank you.
1:07:16 to: Peggy George
I was dropping them in the chat as we went along so when you play the recording you can click on them
1:07:23 to: Len H
can we see our results from today?
1:07:24 to: Heather
Thanks - now I understand!
1:07:31 to: Peggy George
we also post the chat log in our archives
1:07:54 to: Peggy George
the results from today will be on their wiki:
1:08:11 to: Peggy George
all of the interactive things we did today are on their wiki
1:08:26 to: Peggy George
the anonymous names are generated by wiffiti
1:08:51 to: Peggy George
they are pretty clever and always clean :-)
1:08:53 to: aunttammie
ok, thanks...I guess wiffiti instructions will tell how to get to results for our poll
1:08:58 to: Jason K. Suter
I'm palesalamander1
1:09:05 to: Tyler A
i'm still not clear
1:09:17 to: Tamara Rodney
Very true!
1:09:18 to: Kim Caise
send a message to 87884
1:09:31 to: Tamara Rodney
I've seen some very interesting signatures too.
1:09:34 to: Tyler A
1:09:34 to: Peggy George
@auntammie--are you talking about a poll you are creating or the one we used today?
1:09:59 to: Tyler A
ahhhhh! got it. Thank you
1:10:00 to: Peggy George
you can embed your poll results anywhere you like--wiki, blog, etc.
1:10:18 to: Peggy George
and it will continue collecting results based on how you set it up
1:10:19 to: Lisa Nielsen
1:10:36 to: Peggy George
remember with Poll Everywhere that the free account only allows 30 responses
1:11:06 to: Martin InfoMeister
I thought it was less?
1:11:36 to: Martin InfoMeister
Wow - listening to educators - radical
1:11:41 to: Jason K. Suter
FYI - Pollevery and Wiffiti can be used via the web as well. Another way to provide access to students without cell phones...
1:11:42 to: Peggy George
Tim Tyson uses Poll Everywhere in most of his keynote presentations and it is always insightful to see the immediate responses from the audience. Great way to quickly assess your audience before you p
1:11:42 to: Peggy George
1:11:45 to: Willyn Webb
lisa could we see the answers to the lift the ban question on wiffiti
1:11:52 to: Tamara Rodney
Are we going to see these tools switch to paid resources the way "Ning" did?
1:12:09 to: J Reavis
How do we access the wiffiti board we participated in
1:12:13 to: Peggy George
most of them have a paid service already
1:12:27 to: Peggy George
but free is great if we can live with the limitations
1:12:31 to: Sebastian Panakal(India)
There is no free lunch. Someone somewhere has to pay
1:12:37 to: Martin InfoMeister
I hope that if they go to paid subscription - they do it better than the ning model.
1:12:39 to: Peggy George
1:12:58 to: Len H
Is there a way for us to view the results to todays wiffiti question?
1:13:16 to: Peggy George
it's on their wiki Len
1:13:22 to: Susan van Gelder
Swaggle only free to a group of 17
1:13:23 to: Peggy George
1:13:30 to: Lisa Nielsen
Here are all responses
Table of Contents
Welcome to Classroom 2.0 Live - 5 Steps for Harnessing the Power of Cells in Ed
Workshop Agenda
5 Step Plan fo
1:13:30 to: Lisa Nielsen
r Harnessing the Power of Cells in Education
Wiffiti responses to lifting the ban
Voki of a Student Telling a Story
Voki of Audience Member Explaining why they like to use cells in ed.
Using Google SM
1:13:30 to: Lisa Nielsen
S to Learn about Our Communities
Using Google SMS to Share info about Our Communities
Thoughts from our Tweeple
1:13:46 to: Peggy George
thanks Lisa!
1:13:47 to: Lisa Nielsen
Whoops. It included the table of contents too
1:13:47 to: McTeach (Karen)
Ok, I need to run...Have a wonderful weekend, my friends!
1:13:58 to: Peggy George
you too McTeach!!
1:14:14 to: Peggy George
what a powerful endorsement!!!!
1:14:14 to: Len H
thanks Peggy
1:14:24 to: McTeach (Karen)
Thanks Peggy!! Have I said "You Rock!" lately??? :)
1:14:33 to: Peggy George
1:14:34 to: Martin InfoMeister
amazing - this is exactly the communication / educational reform / future that I spoke of in papers I wrote over 13 years ago - and the advisors (exceot for the one that retired) laughed - I guess the
1:14:34 to: Martin InfoMeister
y were studck in the 19th century - despote being a 21st century product.
1:15:00 to: Peggy George (10 Proven Strategies to Break the Ban and Build Opportunities for Student Learning with Cell Phones)
1:15:20 to: Peggy George (Bravo to the Lady Leaders Who are Bloggers and Tweeters!)
1:15:31 to: Peggy George
I can't wait to get my hands on the book!!!!
1:15:34 to: Jason K. Suter
@lisa Still interested in being part of the that! :)
1:15:34 to: Tamara Rodney
Can we have the title of the book again?
1:15:43 to: Martin InfoMeister
I am now in a new program that is encouraging this concept - and forward thinking.
1:15:53 to: Lisa Nielsen
Teaching Generation Text available Fall 2011
1:15:54 to: Peggy George
Same as the title of today's show :-)
1:15:56 to: Willyn Webb
Teaching Generation Text
1:16:01 to: Tamara Rodney
Thanks ladies
1:16:18 to: Lisa Nielsen
You are welcome. Please join us on Facebook :-)
1:16:26 to: Martin InfoMeister
Will others adopt that - or will we be more of the same (NCLB - RTTT) concepts?
1:16:29 to: Lisa Nielsen
or classroom 2.0 at the cell phone in ed group
1:16:37 to: Peggy George
This recorded webinar will make a great "trailer" to announce the new book!!! :-) Share the recording link back at school!
1:16:52 to: Willyn Webb
For sure!
1:17:01 to: Peggy George (Join our Facebook group: Let Students Use Cells to Learn)
1:17:26 to: Martin InfoMeister
which side of his persona?
1:17:31 to: Peggy George (Innovative Educator In the News)
1:17:46 to: Peggy George
bandates??? :-) banning mandates!
1:18:07 to: Tyler A
gotta go rake leaves... thanks again!!!!!!!
1:18:10 to: Peggy George
you are delivering such a POSITIVE, hopeful message!!!!
1:18:25 to: Jason K. Suter
Great job again everyone!
1:18:36 to: Jason K. Suter
Have a great weekend!
1:18:40 to: Tyler A
1:18:58 to: Scott Newcomb
Great job everyone!
1:19:26 to: Martin InfoMeister
That will happen when this concept and mold is accepting to the real tools that they have available - just need to change the admins position - not just a "shroud of secrecy" as it is now.
1:19:28 to: Peggy George
reminds me of the story David Warlick told in his K12online keynote--he didn't want a garden in his yard until his wife pointed out it was lawn he wouldn't have to mow! We need to spread the word abou
1:19:28 to: Peggy George
t the benefits of using cell phones professionally
1:19:47 to: Peggy George
excellent point Martin!!!
1:19:58 to: Lisa Nielsen
1:20:06 to: Peggy George
oh great! thanks Lisa!
1:20:19 to: Paula Naugle (@plnaugle)
Thanks everyone. Have a great weekend.
1:20:38 to: Peggy George
the Digital Nation videos are fantastic!! great conversation starters
1:20:57 to: Martin InfoMeister
The choir is always speaking - just have to see the light for the congregation and assemblies.
1:21:03 to: Willyn Webb
1:21:10 to: Peggy George
there is an entire curriculum guide for teachers to use the Digital Nation videos and content--all free with guiding questions, etc.
1:21:13 to: Peggy George
1:21:47 to: Susan van Gelder
Have to go - this wass great
1:21:54 to: Peggy George
1:22:03 to: Martin InfoMeister
Always preaching - and all will hear (time awaits) - and there will truly be No One Left Behind
1:22:19 to: Peggy George
I didn't help write the curriculum but I helped compile videos
1:22:20 to: Willyn Webb
im texting my kids to line them out right now--texting is the best! Thanks for today.
1:22:57 to: Martin InfoMeister
Thanks for the info. Perhaps this dissertation will proceed as planned (just a little behind schedule)
1:23:10 to: Lisa Nielsen
Thanks everyone!!!
1:23:14 to: Peggy George
thank you so much Lisa and Willyn!!
1:23:24 to: Len H
Yes, thank you so much!!
1:23:30 to: Peggy George
everyone have a great weekend! We'll post the recording ASAP
1:23:41 to: Tamara Rodney
Thanks again ladies, Peggy, Kim and classroom 2.0
1:23:45 to: Peggy George
as soon as the room is cleared out the recording will process.
1:23:48 to: Peggy George
Thank you all for coming!!
1:23:52 to: Willyn Webb
Have a great weekend Kim Pegging, Lorna, and Lisa
1:23:55 to: Tamara Rodney
I get so excited by these webinars
1:24:00 to: Sebastian Panakal(India)
thank you