Classroom 2.0 LIVE Webinar November 17, 2012

Featured Teacher: Stephen Davis

00:09 to: Peggy George
Here we go!!! Welcome everyone!

00:17 to: @janwells
Good Day everyone, from Kansas!

00:23 to: Peggy George
We are so excited to have Stephen Davis here to share with us today!!!

00:29 to: Peggy George
Hi Jan! Great to see you!

00:35 to: Peggy George
Welcome Maureen and Jane!!

00:37 to: Becki
Okay. Loved GEC!!

00:39 to: Peggy George

00:50 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Hello Peggy and friends

00:52 to: Peggy George
Lots of great resources in the Livebinder for Stephen today!

00:58 to: shukufa
good evening to all welcome you from Ismailli, Azerbaijan

01:07 to: Peggy George
Archives for all recordings:

01:13 to: @janwells
Hi Maureen

01:24 to: @janwells
Hi shukufa

01:30 to: Tammy Moore
They are supposed to fix it tonight

01:32 to: Peggy George
Huge thanks to both Tammy and Lorie Moffatt for faithfully helping us moderate every week!!

01:45 to: shukufa
hi Janwells

01:50 to: shukufa
how are you

01:51 to: Lorie Moffat
yw :)

01:54 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Hi Jan

01:56 to: Peggy George
when there are Collaborate updates that means the next time you log in it may take a little while longer to log in

02:18 to: Peggy George
the starburst covers the whole state :-)

02:19 to: Karla

02:23 to: Diane
I'm in Toronto.

02:25 to: Peggy George
love seeing where all of you are located!

02:28 to: shukufa
Ismailli, Azerbaijan

02:30 to: Peggy George
I'm in Phoenix AZ

02:30 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
Hello from Roanoke, IL

02:34 to: @shamblesguru
USA Clocks change means now already midnight in Thailand

02:34 to: harmseaa
Cedar Rapids, IA

02:37 to: Becki
Toronto today

02:40 to: Peggy George

02:45 to: Jane Freeman
Harrisburg PA

03:01 to: Peggy George
get ready to vote--vote with the tools. Don't click on the slide.

03:01 to: Lorie Moffat
central PA

03:11 to: @bcdtech Maureen
Hey Paula- nice to see you

03:15 to: @janwells
Good Morning Paula

03:18 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hello everyone from New Orleans, LA.

03:27 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Jan. :)

03:27 to: Peggy George
web 2.0 tools in schools are still evolving!

03:36 to: Doug Henry
We have access, but not participation

03:48 to: Peggy George
Hi Paula! Great to see you! Love your new blogging project!

04:03 to: Peggy George
I'm not on a campus so I can't vote

04:23 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Good morning, Peggy. Thank you. Teachers are startiing to sign up.

04:24 to: Peggy George
but not many administrators are using social media yet for their schools

04:41 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Not as regularly as I should. :)

04:44 to: Becki
Not yet

04:46 to: shukufa
I do personally and also with my students

04:48 to: Susie @shighley 2
Of my 6 principals, I think 2 are on twitter. One uses several web20 tools

04:54 to: Peggy George
what does regular mean???? I'm so behind!!!! But I blog every week for Classroom .20 LIVE :-)

05:02 to: Susie @shighley 2
Our schools have FB pages, but they are way underutilized.

05:14 to: Peggy George
We are so excited to have Stephen here to share with us! :-)

05:25 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Peggy, with all that you do, when would you find time to blog.

05:28 to: Peggy George (Stephen’ professional blog)

05:36 to: @bcdtech Maureen
@shighley 2 I agree- resources are vastly underutilized

05:41 to: Peggy George (Follow Stephen on Twitter)

06:07 to: Peggy George (Desks of teachers) Love the teacher's desk photos here!

06:11 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I checked out his The Teacher's Desk this morning.

06:31 to: Peggy George
Welcome Stephen! He did an incredible amount of prep for this show! Awesome guest!

06:44 to: Peggy George
Click on talk Stephen

06:48 to: Stephen Davis
the talk button is not changing color

06:54 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hello Stephen. Glad to be here to learn with you today.

06:58 to: shukufa
this is a very good place to research with students and also personally

06:59 to: Peggy George

07:18 to: Peggy George (Desk Blog archives)

07:56 to: Peggy George
that is so true for so many schools!! very outdated AUPs! time to update them to be able to take advantage of all of the wonderful web 2.0 free tools!

08:08 to: Peggy George
I love Diigo!!! Couldn't live without it!

08:12 to: Diane
"effect the change, not demand the change" - love this strategy. I LOVE Diigo as well.

08:45 to: Peggy George
I also love that you can follow people on Diigo to see what they are bookmarkiing :-)

09:18 to: Peggy George (Stephen’ public bookmarks on Diigo)

09:34 to: Peggy George
great quote @Diane :-) Agrtee!

09:56 to: Diane
Following others is an aspect of Diigo I'd like to explore; have mostly just been stockpiling blogs to follow, teaching strategies, etc

09:58 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Diigo is a great way to help students and parents get started with web 2.o tools.

10:02 to: Peggy George
Livebinder link for today

10:11 to: Peggy George
great explanation Stephen!

10:40 to: Peggy George (Stephen’ professional blog)

10:52 to: Peggy George
Stephen we want to know how you chose that name for your blog

11:08 to: Peggy George (Follow Stephen on Instagram)

11:19 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Love the name of his blog. Yes, curious where it comes from.

12:39 to: Peggy George
such a great point! relationships with students are so important and make learning possible!

12:54 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
If by 2014 we are supposed to be doing online assessments for Common Core, lots of schools and teachers have much to learn. Plus getting the infrastructure set up will be interesting to see.

13:01 to: Carolyn Stanley
We do not find enough time in the school day to really take time to listen to our students - too busy with covering curriculum.

13:25 to: Peggy George
all good points @Carolyn!!! lots of improvements need to be made with technology infrastructure to meet that deadline

13:57 to: Carolyn Stanley
Just because you have "taught" a lesson doesn't mean that learning has gone on. We need to tune into that.

13:59 to: Peggy George
I LOVE this acronym!! PIES! Such a good filter for lesson planning and creating a classroom environment!

14:02 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Curriculum should be "covered" through technology such as having a learning management system such as Edmodo and having the students blog about their learning.

14:10 to: Peggy George
I agree @Carolyn!

14:22 to: @bcdtech Maureen
seems like everytime I am watching a webinar the phone rings...1

14:23 to: @janwells
I hadn't heard "PIES" before.

14:28 to: Peggy George
doesn't that image just make you want to talk about it???

14:39 to: Peggy George
that looks familiar!!!!!

15:04 to: Peggy George
Welcome everyone just joining us! We're so glad you're here!

15:23 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Love that learning is like a sandbox.

15:30 to: Peggy George
there are web 2.0 tools to meet all of these areas!! PIES!!

16:05 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Pies reminds me of Angela Maiers.

16:11 to: Carolyn Stanley
Hormones!!!!!so often we foget about those - but they are a driving force in so many adolescents

16:12 to: Peggy George
I think Middle School teachers are really special because these students are going through such a big transition and can really wear you out :-)

16:26 to: Peggy George
yes Carolyn!!! :-)

16:36 to: Diane
"How often does tech become a digital worksheet?" good question to ask yourself!

16:49 to: Peggy George (SCVNGR: game about doing challenges at places)

17:00 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Diane is awesome.

17:01 to: Peggy George
geocaching sounds like so much fun!

17:35 to: Peggy George
we shared a couple of examples of youtube videos in the Livebinder today for drumming and dancing :-)

17:39 to: Carolyn Stanley
It's a whole new world - not only for our students but for us, as well.

17:41 to: Peggy George
you can watch them later

17:45 to: @shamblesguru
There is an iPad App for Scvngr

17:46 to: Susie @shighley 2
I've met a lot of interesting people and have gone to many fascinating places I would have never discovered while geocaching

17:56 to: harmseaa
Geocaching is really awesome. I think it would be neat to bring it into a classroom setting. Students would learn a lot and it would be fun!

18:02 to: Peggy George
@shamblesguru have you used the Scvngr app?

18:08 to: shukufa

18:09 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Our school does Jammin' Minute everyday at 1:30. PE teacher puts everyone through a quick one minute workout via the intercom.

18:19 to: @janwells
Diane ? I missed that.

18:23 to: Susie @shighley 2
I got a grant and bought 6 GPS's to use with a 6th grade science class. Now they could just use their smartphones!

18:25 to: Peggy George (Nike Boom app) (iFitness app)

18:36 to: Becki
I love my middle schoolers, they are amazing!

18:48 to: Carolyn Stanley
@paula - love that - everyone up and moving -great idea

18:53 to: Peggy George
@Susie how exciting! so many things you can do with GPS

19:17 to: Peggy George
the physical movement will get the brain movement going!!!

19:48 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Jan Follow Diane Main on Twitter

19:59 to: Peggy George
that is such a great description! MS interests and needs change hourly :-)

19:59 to: @janwells
Thanks Paula

20:32 to: @shamblesguru
iPad App to support Physical .. take video of exercise/sport ... annotate video

20:34 to: Diane
re: GPS & movement : I just read something about The Walking Classroom this morning - expensive ($3000) but apps for grants are also on their site.

20:39 to: Peggy George
feel free to share any links related to Middle School or tools/resources here in the chat and I'll add them to the Livebinder later

20:57 to: Peggy George
Wow Diane! That is expensive :-)

21:35 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
What is scary in 4th grade is that I have several students who are so much more mature than the average 9-10 year old.

21:50 to: Peggy George (Veritasium: science video blog which aims to present topics in all areas of science from the simplest to the most complex-goal is to make scientific ideas clear, accessible

21:50 to: Peggy George
, and interesting)

21:57 to: Peggy George
this site looks amazing!!!

22:19 to: Peggy George
I'll bet the students love that site!

22:36 to: Peggy George (YouTube video: Veritasium-World's First Electric Generator

22:39 to: Carolyn Stanley
We make many assumptions and don't realize that many students don't have a clue about some of the vocabulary we use. I was always amazed when I'd stop to think and ask the kids - what does "x" mean -

22:39 to: Carolyn Stanley
and so many didn't know -how could they understand the concept without the vocabulary

22:48 to: Peggy George (The Onion-Online news)

22:52 to: Peggy George
preview :-)

23:14 to: Diane
I agree with Carolyn - I teach French and many words that I think should be cognates in English, kids have no clue about, so they have no "hook" for the French word.

23:21 to: Kg 2
So great using the college students need bigger cultural literacy to get it.

23:24 to: Peggy George
sarcasm is often hard to understand!

23:28 to: Carolyn Stanley
Teachers have to be very careful in use of sarcasm - because it can be so misunderstood by students

23:41 to: Peggy George
I agree @Carolyn!

24:00 to: Peggy George
so many students use sarcasm when they communicate with their friends!

24:13 to: Peggy George (Gifted Philosophy)

24:24 to: Peggy George (Philosophy Games)

24:42 to: Peggy George (Mental Floss-fix for knowledge junkies)

25:01 to: Carolyn Stanley
It hurts me that one of the very talented young men who is in the finals for "The Voice" said that one of his teachers said he'd never amount to anything - and that is what he remembered. He is "showi

25:01 to: Carolyn Stanley
ng" him/her! But so sad.

25:23 to: Peggy George
more and more students are showing depression which is a reflection of our times and struggles in their families

25:28 to: Susie @shighley 2
I love Mental Floss! I've met the founders and their angel investors. Fun to follow on FB and twitter

25:36 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
If students could spend part of every school day working on their passion, they might enjoy school more.

25:54 to: Peggy George
love it @Susie! You should do a presentation for us sometime on Mental Floss :-)

25:58 to: john z
One year, the AP Language exam used an excerpt from the Onion. Students had hard time with irony--if printed, then true

26:11 to: Peggy George (Deviant Art-The world's largest online art community-239 million pieces of art from over 24 million registered artists and art appreciators)

26:36 to: Peggy George
when I first saw the name of that site I was worried about the content but it has a lot of great art on it

26:51 to: Carolyn Stanley
Many of my students use deviant art - I was so turned off by the name of the site, but many kids use it appropriately.

27:08 to: @SteveHayes_RB60

27:17 to: Peggy George
Kevin Honeycutt has a fantastic site for students to share their art work, music, writing called ArtSnacks! Free!

27:56 to: Peggy George
ArtSnacks Ning:

27:58 to: Carolyn Stanley
I have many of my photos on ArtSnacks. I haven't visited in a while - must remedy that.

28:09 to: Peggy George (Jammit-Find out what music is made of...Isolate or remove an instrument from the mix & jam with the original multi-tracks!)

28:14 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
The iOS app is Tempo Slow slows tempo w/out changing pitch

28:28 to: Peggy George
interesting @Steve! Didn't know that.

28:35 to: Peggy George
sounds like a fantastic tool!

28:48 to: Peggy George (iPhoneography apps - by Nicole Dalesio)

28:52 to: Carolyn Stanley
I really don't know much about Instagram. I'm curious.

29:07 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Jan sent you a private message.

29:11 to: Peggy George (Instagram - free photo sharing app)

29:16 to: @janwells
passion + opportunity + choice = changing learning

29:40 to: Peggy George
Instagram lets students capture moments right on the spot for later reflection

29:51 to: Peggy George
great point @janwells!

30:12 to: Peggy George
how funny!!! lunch time at school :-)

30:26 to: Becki
This is so true!

30:53 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
Sounds like Stephen is a proponent of STEAM over STEM - which is makes me an instant fan!

31:02 to: Peggy George
many schools try to manage discipline by reducing the time kids have in unstructured social settings like cafeteria and recess. So sad and lost opportunities for students to learn social skills

31:13 to: Susie @shighley 2
Although we also have kids who would rather be with us rather than deal with some of the other adolescents!

31:15 to: @SteveHayes_RB60

31:18 to: Peggy George

31:33 to: Carolyn Stanley
Parents have a really hard time with their children really seeming to care more about their friends than their family - but it's a natural part of growing up.

31:38 to: Peggy George
such an important element!

31:51 to: Peggy George (Social Voice - More than a blog-a place where we express our voice. This includes serving our community, painting murals, creating our own magazine through this blog.

31:51 to: Peggy George
It includes filmed documentaries and podcasts.)

32:35 to: Peggy George
always exciting to see students engage with the content on blog posts and not just like/love it :-)

32:45 to: Peggy George (Choc Walk - CHOC Children's supporters walked through the Disneyland®esort at the 22nd Annual CHOC Walk in the Park. Last year, over 14,0

32:45 to: Peggy George
00 participants raised over $1.7 million helping to support the care, services, education and research that Children’ Hospital of Orange County provides children.)

32:49 to: Carolyn Stanley
Social voice - so important to have students understand the digital footprint they create -need to be aware of the audience - wide audience - and need to understand digital citizenship from early grad

32:49 to: Carolyn Stanley
es on up.

33:13 to: Peggy George
yes @Carolyn! that's a great way for them to learn about social voice

33:42 to: Peggy George
the CHOC Walk sounds like a fantastic event!

35:03 to: Peggy George
@teachingwithsoul So glad you could join us today! Thank you so much for nominating Stephen Davis as a Featured Teacher! It is so great to have him here to share with us!!!

35:28 to: Carolyn Stanley
Without my photos, I would lose so much. I can't really rely on just my memory anymore:)

35:35 to: Peggy George
hashtags make it so much easier to track conversations we want to follow

35:48 to: Peggy George (Storybird-short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read, and print. Read them like books, play them like games, and send them like greeting cards)

36:09 to: Peggy George (This American Life is a MUST listen for all Middle Level educators)

36:24 to: Peggy George
we all need to listen to this!!!

37:01 to: Peggy George
what kinds of things do you do with Wallwisher and Yelp @Stephen?

37:11 to: Peggy George
Can you share some examples?

37:52 to: Carolyn Stanley
I just revisited the Voice Threads that our tech teacher set up with the 8th grade English teachers -kids created different houses in Maycomb from To Kill a Mocking bird -used SketchUp - put .jpegs of

37:52 to: Carolyn Stanley
creations into Voice Thread - then kids went in and narrated, using textual references, why they created the different houses as they did. Great project.

38:04 to: Stephen Davis
I use Wallwisher for exit slips

38:12 to: Peggy George
if you have questions for Stephen please type them here in the chat

38:24 to: Peggy George
great idea about exit slips!

38:42 to: Carolyn Stanley
I understand that Wall Wisher is much more stable now. Is that true?

39:05 to: Peggy George
if any of you want to take the mic to share what you are doing with your students we'd love to have you do that! You can raise your hand and we'll give you audio permissions.

39:13 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Using a sticky note website like Wallwisher for exit slips is a great idea. I prefer Linoit.

39:20 to: @shamblesguru
Wallwisher upgraded their splash starter page ... with e.g.s ,, nice

39:32 to: Peggy George
I like linoit too @Paula

39:49 to: Carolyn Stanley
Is Wallwisher iPad friendly?

39:54 to: Peggy George

40:12 to: Peggy George
are you influenced by customer reviews? I am if they seem credible

40:22 to: Kg 2
Are you using fb or twitter?

40:29 to: Peggy George
Lorie you're on :-)

40:29 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
Do you use Twitter in your classroom?

40:31 to: Carolyn Stanley
So many kids don't have access to laptops - but they do have smartphones. I think more agencies have to keep that in mind.

40:34 to: Lorie Moffat

40:44 to: Peggy George
terrific Lorie

40:48 to: Susie @shighley 2
I've used Yelp when in a new town, and I've found some good restaurants that way

41:19 to: Peggy George
@Stephen tell us some stories about your teacher's desk photos :-) can people still contribute to them?

41:50 to: Peggy George (Stephen’ post about the messiness of “hy”

42:07 to: Carolyn Stanley
Oh - my - what a creative and philosophical name for his blog - so cool. (no pun intended)

42:14 to: Peggy George
All of Stephen's links are in our Livebinder today:

42:27 to: shukufa
i like your blog Stephen and want you tell me the secret of this how do you prepare it

42:36 to: Kg 2
Do students use their own devices in tour classes?

42:48 to: Peggy George
I love the concept of the iceburg and what a thoughtful way to choose the name of his blog! Really has deep meaning :-)

43:43 to: Carolyn Stanley

43:48 to: Peggy George
we often have to find workarounds for these tools when they are blocked by our districts

43:55 to: @shamblesguru
Wallwisher links on Shambles

44:01 to: Peggy George (Desks of teachers)

44:13 to: aunttammie
have you tried

44:14 to: Peggy George
a teacher's desk says a lot about the teacher :-)

44:34 to: aunttammie
@Peggy, I'm at school cleaning mine out right now

44:43 to: Peggy George
thanks @Shamblesguru! was waiting for you to post your resources :-)

44:46 to: aunttammie
wouldn't want to be judged on the drawers!:)

45:00 to: Peggy George
we should do before/after pictures of our desks :-)

45:11 to: Peggy George
me either @aunttammie!

45:24 to: Peggy George
good thing we can keep the drawers close!

45:28 to: Peggy George

45:39 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
Great to see the photos

45:54 to: Peggy George (Desk Blog Project Beginnings)

46:07 to: @teachingwthsoul
I love a teacher's desk!

46:17 to: Peggy George
that is so true! many teachers have ditched their desks for more space in their classrooms

46:42 to: Peggy George
@teachingwithsoul would you like to take the mic to share anything? :-)

46:50 to: Oronoque
online teachers may have desks that they rather not show (heehee)

46:56 to: aunttammie
oh, lord, I could not live without my desk!

47:13 to: Peggy George
any of you are welcome to raise your hand if you'd like to take the mic to share. We love hearing your voice!

47:26 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Please join me for Project #Blog121212

47:29 to: Peggy George
linoit seems to be more stable than wallwisher these days

47:40 to: Peggy George
Paula-take the mic to tell about your project :-)

47:55 to: Peggy George

48:22 to: Peggy George
video blogs! super idea! vlogs!

48:42 to: Peggy George
I'll add Vicki Davis's blog post about that after the show.

48:46 to: john z
Is there a button to activate links? They are blue, but not hypertexted.

49:00 to: Peggy George
they are hyperlinked in the chat @john z

49:20 to: Peggy George
if you type them with the http:// they will be hyperlinks

49:46 to: @shamblesguru
I'll be taalking about VPN use on the iPad in the #australianseries next week ... for more secure connections and happens to go through many blocks ... info will be posted at http://australiaseries.wo

49:46 to: @shamblesguru

49:52 to: Peggy George
Stephen has found some good wiggle room in his classroom in spite of things being blocked by his district

50:04 to: Peggy George

50:19 to: Peggy George
I always read the reviews for ipad apps :-)

50:25 to: john z
OK, thanks. must be a problem on my end.

50:54 to: Peggy George
comments by my PLN on Twitter are so valuable! Then I can explore further

50:59 to: Carolyn Stanley
I think that having customer reviews really drives quality

51:23 to: Peggy George
@john z you'll be able to access all of these links in the Livebinder after the show too :-)

51:35 to: Peggy George
Hooray Paula!

51:49 to: Peggy George
anyone else have something to share on the mic? Raise your hand :-)

51:51 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)

51:55 to: Carolyn Stanley
@Steven - wonderful ideas - what do you teach in middle school? I think I missed it.

52:15 to: Stephen Davis
This looks awesome!

52:16 to: Vicky Sedgwick @visionsbyvicky
Love to see Stephen here. How awesome.

52:23 to: Peggy George
@shamblesguru want to talk about your upcoming presentation about VPNs?

52:30 to: Peggy George
thanks for sharing that Paula!

52:38 to: Stephen Davis
I teach English...Eighth Grade

52:48 to: Kg 2
@paula...can college students join?

52:50 to: shukufa
thanks a lot for sharing this interesting work with us

53:16 to: Peggy George
have you used quadblogging @Stephen???

53:26 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@kg2 Yes, it is an open project for all students.

53:27 to: Carolyn Stanley
Oh - great -I taught English for 10 years -stayed home for 20-then returned as computer tech integration teacher for another 14 - LOVED every minute.

53:36 to: @janwells
Excited about this day. Sign up

53:44 to: Stephen Davis
What is quadblogging @peggy

53:54 to: Kg 2

53:56 to: Susie @shighley 2
I've spent 35 years in middle school. I like that we can have fun right along side the kids!

53:59 to: Carolyn Stanley
@Steven - that is exactly how I felt.

54:09 to: @janwells

54:16 to: Peggy George
anyone want to take the mic to talk about quadblogging?

54:20 to: Peggy George

54:20 to: @janwells
We participate in it for 4 days

54:30 to: @janwells
4 years

54:32 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Quadblogging is where 4 classrooms share blogs on a rotating schedule.

54:34 to: Peggy George

54:53 to: Peggy George
really encourages more writing by the students!

54:54 to: Carolyn Stanley
It would be great if someone would take the mic to explain it.

55:01 to: @janwells
You are partnered up with three other classes most from the UK, and there's a spot lighted school for a week

55:15 to: Stephen Davis

55:34 to: @shamblesguru

55:45 to: Carolyn Stanley
When teachers tweet out a link for people to comment on their student's blogs, I always try to respond to a couple.

55:46 to: Peggy George
that's a great hashtag to follow @Stephen!

55:50 to: Stephen Davis
Thanks for joing us here @vicky and @Lisa

55:52 to: Peggy George
your audio is great Shambles!

55:59 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
That is such a great hashtag to get global comments on your students' blog - #comments4kids.

56:12 to: Susie @shighley 2
I'm signing up for SCVNGR as we "speak"

56:26 to: Peggy George
the Australia Series is doing some great things! love their webinars!

56:28 to: @janwells
Each class spends a week as the focus school. Blogging, commenting, geography, Skyping. #quadblogging

56:33 to: Stephen Davis
@shighley2 Yay!:)

56:35 to: Carolyn Stanley
Australia has always been on the leading edge of educational technology use, hasn't it?

56:42 to: @teachingwthsoul
@shamblesguru! So great to hear your voice after 3 years of following you on Twitter! Love your work!

56:53 to: @shamblesguru

57:00 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi, Lisa. Great to see you here.

57:12 to: Peggy George

57:14 to: Stephen Davis
Thanks for everything!

57:20 to: Peggy George
thanks a lot @Shamblesguru!

57:31 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Virtual applause for Stephen. :)

57:35 to: @teachingwthsoul
Awesome job Stephen!!

57:39 to: Peggy George
There are incredible presentations on the Global Ed site!!! It was such a great week!

57:44 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
Thank you for another great session.

57:44 to: Stephen Davis

57:45 to: john z
thanks for a great presentation

57:46 to: @janwells
Stephen, thank you, and everyone else!

57:47 to: Carolyn Stanley
@teachingwithsoul - check out the archives - Chris (shambles) has a wonderful session from Classroom 2.0 - I've listened to it a couple of times - on screencasting

57:56 to: Jane Freeman
First time here but I will def be back!

57:58 to: @SteveHayes_RB60
Thank you Stephen Davis for sharing with us today.

58:06 to: Carolyn Stanley
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

58:06 to: @janwells
Good, Jane.

58:17 to: Peggy George
remember no show next week but come back on Dec. 1 :-)

58:20 to: Kg 2 rock

58:21 to: Stephen Davis
Thanks @SteveHayes_RB60

58:31 to: Stephen Davis
Thanks @kg2

58:32 to: Peggy George

58:44 to: Peggy George
please nominate someone (you can nominate yourself too!!!)

58:50 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Jane, this is my weekly PD in my pjs. Love joining Classroom 2.0 Live each Saturday.

58:55 to: Peggy George
everyone loves to hear from the Featured Teachers!

58:59 to: Diane
Thanks very much to Stephen & the room for a very interesting morning!

59:07 to: Stephen Davis
Don't forget to check out and

59:09 to: Peggy George

59:22 to: @teachingwthsoul
Gotta Run...great session today! ;)

59:23 to: Stephen Davis
@Diane Thank you!

59:25 to: Peggy George
be sure to submit the survey if you want a PD certificate :-)

59:34 to: Peggy George
I'll email them out later today

59:34 to: @janwells
Thanks Peggy.

59:45 to: Peggy George
Archives for all recordings:

59:51 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving everyone. I'm off all week. :)

59:55 to: Peggy George

1:00:12 to: Peggy George
iTunesU is a great way to listen to the recordings--both video and audio available

1:00:33 to: @shamblesguru
I wonder what episode of Classroom 20 this is ,,,,, is anyone keeping count?

1:00:41 to: Becki
Great presentation! Thank you!

1:00:52 to: Susie @shighley 2
Thanks, Stephen. Thanks, everybody!

1:00:55 to: Peggy George
The recording and Livebinder links will be posted soon after the show :-)

1:01:00 to: Peggy George
could count them up :-)

1:01:07 to: Peggy George
we've been doing it since 2009

1:01:11 to: @shamblesguru
100 coming up?

1:01:18 to: Peggy George
25-30 shows a year :-)

1:01:41 to: Peggy George
we take a bit of a break over the summer :-)

1:01:42 to: Carolyn Stanley
You guys are TERRIFIC!

1:01:45 to: @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Looking forward to the end of the year wrap up.

1:01:48 to: Peggy George
thank you all so much for joining us today!