Sep 29, 2012 David Truss - CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE

00:09 - Peggy George
here we go!! :-)

00:32 - Peggy George
Hi Paula! Thanks for including me in your fantastic PD presentation on Edmodo this morning!

00:32 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hello everyone from New Orleans where it is raining.

00:47 - Kim Caise

00:53 - Peggy George
the link to Paula's webinar will be here later:

01:00 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Peggy, thank you for your great moderating help this morning.

01:01 - @verenanz
Hi Paula, PEggy, David...:)

01:03 - roxanne clement
Love Live inders and we can all access everything after the show!

01:09 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Hello Everyone from Boynton Beach Florida

01:12 - roxanne clement
oops live binders i meant

01:14 - Peggy George

01:18 - David Truss @datruss
Thanks so much for coming today folks! :)

01:23 - TxSharonGullett
Hey Paula. Thanks for the Edmodo refresher earlier this morning.

01:23 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Excited to learn from David today. :)

01:24 - Kim Caise

02:02 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@TxShannonGullet, you're welcome.

02:05 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Hey Paula, I wish it would rain here we have had 25 days over 90 here in the Sacramento area... 100 on Monday YIPEE

02:07 - Peggy George
if you want to learn anything about Classroom 2.0 LIVE you can click on that tab in the Livebinder anytime

02:18 - McTeach (Karen)
Hey Paula! We're working our way toward triple digits here in the Bay Area. 100 on Monday!

02:27 - Peggy George
I'm in Phoenix AZ and it's actually below 100 today :-)

02:40 - @SteveHayes_RB60
Hello for Roanoke, IL

02:43 - Peggy George
Welcome Sheri and Melodie and Oronoque! So great to see you!

02:44 - @verenanz
CAlgary, AB

02:45 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Hey Karen, it's been a hot fall here in Nor Cal!

02:52 - Melody
Hello from BC, Canada

02:54 - roxanne clement
foggy Alameda, california today

02:54 - Alyssa Rose
Hello from Fenton, Michigan!

02:57 - Peggy George
Love all of the starbursts on the map!!

02:59 - Sheri Edwards
Hi again Peggy :)

03:09 - McTeach (Karen) kidding!!

03:10 - Peggy George
yes Sheri!!! :-) a day of learning!

03:23 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Roxanne, Can you send some fog towards Sacto?

03:29 - Peggy George
I used PBL before they started calling it that :-)

03:32 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Yes I am

03:32 - stidmama
doesn't apply to me yet...

03:40 - roxanne clement

03:42 - Kim Caise
vote just below your name or leave on none

03:50 - Peggy George
Welcome everyone! Thanks for joining us today!

03:52 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Just started, but need to learn more.

03:57 - ChristinaT
Not a classroom teacher

04:05 - Peggy George
some people aren't in a classroom so may not be able to answer the questions

04:08 - roxanne clement
Kristen...I guess you have that heat they keep saying we'll have

04:20 - Peggy George
your students might be other teachers :-)

04:20 - Jill

04:24 - Jacqueline Jacobs

04:26 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
I want to do all of this, so I am very excited!!

04:29 - Oronoque
students record me (does that count?)

04:30 - strassm
I haven't done that, but I want to!

04:43 - Peggy George
sure Oronoque!

04:52 - Nikki 1
Sorry for late message but hello everyone from across the pond in Lancaster, UK

05:05 - Peggy George
Great to have you with us Nikki!

05:06 - roxanne clement
We also use our community and school events

05:06 - Alyssa Rose
I haven't done this yet, but I would love to!

05:17 - Jacqueline Jacobs

05:23 - nikki
Hello Peggy!

05:44 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Good evening, Shambles. Nice to see you today.

05:53 - Jon Freer
Very interested in incorporating all of that. Looking forward to learning.

05:57 - Peggy George
I always leave so energized and excited after I hear David Truss present!!! :-)

06:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
The CR 2.0 Live gals do such a great job.

06:15 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Ditto Paula!!

06:23 - Kim Caise
thanks everyone!

06:24 - Peggy George
it helps to have a lot of moderators :-)

06:46 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Kristen. :)

06:52 - @SteveHayes_RB60
Like his hat with his Twitter name on it!

07:03 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Hey Paula! Are you applying for GTAMV?

07:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi @McTeach.

07:04 - Peggy George
I love that image!!!

07:05 - Kim Caise
i'm an edunerd too!

07:21 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Like that term - edunerd.

07:29 - Peggy George
welcome David!!!! :-)

07:37 - Peggy George (Inquiry Hub description of “nquiry”

07:37 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
McTeach are you helping with GTAMV?

07:49 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Roxanne. Nice to see you here.

08:04 - Peggy George
Inquiry learning is so very important in every school setting!

08:15 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Hi Sheri. Thanks for joining our session earlier this morning. :)

08:19 - roxanne clement
Hey Paula! hope all is well with you and your kids!

08:24 - Jill
Here's a great article to get started with inquiry in elementary:

08:27 - Jill

08:30 - McTeach (Karen), but I would LOVE to!

08:36 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
One of the best things about it is that it forces students to think outside of thier normal comfort levesl.

08:48 - Peggy George
this is such an exciting story! a dream fulfilled to be able to develop an inquiry program/school :-)

09:06 - Peggy George
thanks for that link Jill! I'll add it to our Livebinder

09:09 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Karen I am going to apply, but I know it is very competitive!

09:19 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Roxanne, yes we are back on track. Will be adding 30 minutes a day from Oct. 1. to March 1 to make up for missed days due to Hurricane Isaac.

09:54 - Alyssa Rose
This sounds like an amazing place to work!

10:08 - roxanne clement
how many students?

10:10 - Peggy George
fantastic background David

10:16 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
Inquiry Hub does sount amazing.

10:25 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti

10:32 - Peggy George (Inquiry Hub home page)

10:48 - strassm
Compelling answers! Such a great way to describe the learning.

11:01 - Peggy George (David’ presentation: 7 Ways to Transform your Classroom)

11:12 - Peggy George

11:13 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I have David's blog in my Google Reader.

11:17 - @shamblesguru [desktop]

11:31 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Love your footprint, David.

11:48 - McTeach (Karen) is, but you definitely need to apply!!!!

11:54 - Alyssa Rose
Thank you for the links! I will add his blog to my reader!

11:57 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Agree ... exciting time to be alive

12:03 - Jon Freer
It is a new kind of world in education for sure. Been teaching 17 years and the past few have been the most interesting and challenging asI embrace inquiry models

12:29 - @DoyleRhonda

12:44 - McTeach (Karen)
I want to encourage my students to find what they are passionate about and have them do projects around that.

13:08 - Peggy George

13:10 - Alyssa Rose
I love this true. Transformation instead of tweaking!

13:20 - sarah @soltauheller

13:33 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Replace oxygen with helium .... the students will all want to talk ... the helium-based classroom gets learning off the ground

13:41 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
One of my favorite ways to introduce new topics is to ask a question that I don't expect my students to know an answer to. Then I make them find the answer. I ask them to teach me about the subject.

14:00 - Alyssa Rose
That's a great idea Fabio! I love that!

14:02 - Oronoque
@shanbles, you assume they are not breathing in the helium

14:12 - @DoyleRhonda

14:18 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
not ... I assume they are :-)

14:18 - Jon Freer
Nice Fabio. Age group? Subject?

14:20 - strassm
@Fabio - such a great way to help them realize we are all learning together.

14:30 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Karen This will be year three for my students using paper blogs to write about their passioins and then we incorporate that into the math we learn and connect pre-algebra to what they are passionate about. I know I always say this, but You created the snowball effect in my classroom!

14:32 - Peggy George
All of David's slides are available in his Slideshare presentation in the Livebinder

14:38 - strassm
@Fabio, it changes the paradigm for them

14:48 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Fridays will be the nitrogen dioxide day ... a laugh for the weekend

14:49 - Peggy George

15:02 - Peggy George (Inquiry Hub description of “nquiry”

15:03 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
nitrous dioxide

15:05 - McTeach (Karen)
@Kristen That's so cool to hear!!

15:05 - sarah @soltauheller
@karen can you share your paper blog link in the chat? want to share with a teacher

15:26 - McTeach (Karen)
@soltauheller...sure will, give me a sec...

15:35 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
@strassm. It does and they resist it. The model has always been that the answers come from the teacher not the students. By the end of a course, they do seem to be more comfortable with it though.

15:41 - Alyssa Rose
When we do research in 9th Grade English- the students really own their projects more when they get to pick instead of giving them a topic.

15:42 - Peggy George

15:51 - Alice Barr
I love that you talk about yourself as a learner, David. I wish more educators would think of themselves as learners!

16:26 - Peggy George
that link takes you to the Inquiry Hub blog

16:26 - Alice Barr
I think educators need to be learners to model for students.

16:46 - Peggy George (Science Alive Wiki)

16:54 - McTeach (Karen)
@soltauheller Here's the link:

17:07 - Peggy George
David's reflective blog post (Wikis in the classroom: a reflection.)

17:33 - Jon Freer
Science Alive sounds great. Two days ahead sounds very familiar to me. :)

17:36 - sarah @soltauheller
Thank you @Karen!!<3

17:57 - strassm
this is what I really want to work on! sharing in meaningful ways :)

18:00 - @DoyleRhonda
heard something yesterday.Questions involve.. a single thought, a question mark, a desirable interest

18:17 - Peggy George
Voicethread is a great way to share student voice :-)

18:28 - Alyssa Rose
Voice Thread is a great tool to use to ask a poll question, discuss books, etc in an English class. I love it!

18:40 - Alyssa Rose
Great minds think alike Peggy!

18:41 - @DoyleRhonda
I've seen that tool used @peggy very interesting

18:42 - sarah @soltauheller
I agree peggy -voicethread is a very powerful too

18:42 - Jon Freer
@DoyleRhonda the "desirable interest" really stands out. WOw that's important.

18:44 - sarah @soltauheller

18:49 - Lorie Moffat
There's voice recorder in Moodle 2.0

18:50 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
prefer audio podcasting more than video podcasting

18:54 - Peggy George
I think it's a wonderful "first tool" for students to begin using audio

18:56 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Google Voice for those students who have school Google accounts!

19:04 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
We practiced using Skype with the classroom next door, before we connected with another class this week.

19:13 - Jill
VoiceThread with iPods works great for this

19:16 - strassm
@DoyleRhonda, i've copied/pasted that for my students! thanks!

19:18 - Alyssa Rose
Never heard Google Voice, but not shocked, Google has many tools!

19:18 - Alice Barr
Nice idea Paula!

19:29 - Jon Freer
Voice could mean any mediium that students (and teachers) best express themselves. Options are so amazing these days.

19:42 - Larry A
It seems more interesting to start with what interests students and build class ideas and projects from there to hook them and integrate ideas together - and move on to project based activities

19:58 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
I use Google voice to give student and parents phone and texting access to me without giving out my personal number!

20:01 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Alice it helped they get over the "shyness" of speaking while on camera.

20:07 - Peggy George (all 7 aspects of Inquiry Hub here)

20:10 - strassm
A legitimate audience -- "going public" such a great way to make it meaningful

20:16 - @DoyleRhonda
Options are empowering @Jon F

20:21 - @verenanz
Totally agree with the "audience" point - Blogging and twitter :)

20:26 - Alyssa Rose
@teachteKBeck I love that idea!

20:35 - Peggy George
it's so exciting when you get your first response to a blog post :-)

20:45 - Jon Freer
Would love to hear about creating that legit network for students.

20:51 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Students will be better writers for an authentic audience.

20:55 - @DoyleRhonda
Writing such a cool and inspiring way to involve

20:57 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Alyssa - the students text me and their parents email!

20:59 - Peggy George

21:07 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
There's Dean!

21:08 - @verenanz
@Peggy And learn what a "pingback" really is....:)

21:10 - Oronoque
having a legitimate audience also helps prep students for professional life

21:13 - sarah @soltauheller
can't believe the difference in the power of this audience between the the Gr1's & Gr2's!! - Gr2's are wayyy more engaged

21:13 - Peggy George
Dean Shareski is the ultimate sharer online!!!

21:23 - @DoyleRhonda
So many reasons to support good writing

21:28 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Paula - I thought that was Dean!

21:36 - Alyssa Rose
@teachteKBeck I am definitely going to use this! It would so help with communication!

21:36 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
Students are already doing this with Facebook and Twitter. However their writing in these areas needs some attention.

21:40 - Larry A
Putting ideas on paper (blog) is different than talking about them - using another sense and more senses expands the reality of the ideas

21:43 - @SteveHayes_RB60
I agree ---"Dean Shareski is the ultimate sharer online!!!"

21:46 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I wish every teacher would get their students blogging.

21:48 - Peggy George
students are so inspired to do their best work when they have an authentic audience!

21:51 - @DoyleRhonda
very true

21:58 - Alyssa Rose
Great quote

22:08 - @DoyleRhonda
agreed @peggy

22:28 - Peggy George
paper blogging is just a way to get started teaching students about online presence--then you can move into the online experience

22:34 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
@Peggy They really are especially when it's their parents, relatives, and peers that could read it as well.

22:37 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
For student bloggers remember to use the Twitter hashtag #comments4kids to generate global comments.

22:40 - Alyssa Rose
Academic Service Learning is a huge program in my district and have participated in many projects. It is worthwhile

22:50 - @DoyleRhonda
yes, there are great steps to bring people online@peggy

22:58 - Peggy George
I agree @Fabio!!! As a grandma I love seeing my grandkids online work!

22:59 - sarah @soltauheller
how about other students other places

23:03 - @verenanz
@Fabio - that's a key point about audience - what "audience" could the students be writing to? As distinguished from what audience they "have" been writing to?

23:25 - @DoyleRhonda
so many good recordings of presentations that share ways to get started

23:30 - strassm
quadblogging is another great way to share with an audience

23:35 - Peggy George
the audience can be anyone but when you write it's important to know who your audience is :-)

23:43 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
We are Qudblogging this year. Great for learning about the world from other classes.

23:44 - Alyssa Rose
agreed Peggy!

23:49 - Peggy George
great suggestions @strassm! quadblogging!

24:00 - @DoyleRhonda
Quadblogging@paula, ideal collaboration

24:36 - @DoyleRhonda
learning to communicate with each other

24:47 - @verenanz
Can't see the twitter names here on this slide...

24:47 - @DoyleRhonda

25:01 - @DoyleRhonda
expanding boundaries of education builds community learning

25:06 - Peggy George (Developing a Student Leadership Program)

25:24 - Peggy George

25:25 - @DoyleRhonda
I think students want to surpass our expectations

25:32 - Peggy George
that link is also in the Livebinder

25:40 - Sheri Edwards

26:02 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Julie Lindsay @julielindsay on Twitter.

26:12 - @DoyleRhonda
great slide, students teach us many things when they are teaching others

26:17 - Alyssa Rose
I have learned a lot about new technology that I can use from my students.

26:34 - Jon Freer
Learning together...great concept

26:34 - @DoyleRhonda
Well said, slide

26:40 - Alice Barr
This is a great quote! It's so true!

26:50 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
What to start a "Mouse Squad" - a group of students who can help teachers with tech.

26:57 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)

27:07 - Alyssa Rose
I think when students see how people are commenting about what they post, they take a lot of ownership and appreciation in their learning.

27:08 - Peggy George
all of David's slides and links are available on his Slideshare:

27:11 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Paula - Mine is Dot Divas and Dudes!

27:13 - strassm
@Paula, such a great concept!

27:13 - Jon Freer
@Paula great idea?

27:17 - @DoyleRhonda
that's a great idea @paula

27:33 - @DoyleRhonda
lol, love the diva's and dudes @paula

27:35 - Jon Freer
I mean great idea!

27:43 - Peggy George
will you be talking about how to bring parents on board with inquiry learning?

27:58 - strassm
thanks for that question, Peggy!

28:03 - roxanne clement
I think that the most powerful learning happens when my students take the wheel

28:21 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Would like ot know more about how you guided students to do science inquiry.

28:39 - Peggy George (Work that Matters: Teacher’ Guide to Project Based Learning)

28:41 - strassm
Support from parents is crucial and a great way to give more teachers the confidence to try inquiry learning

28:54 - Peggy George (Parenting in the Digital Age presentation)

29:06 - Alyssa Rose
Thanks for that link Peggy!

29:06 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
When I do mini lessons at IWB, I have a student "drive" the board. I try not to be on "stage".

29:07 - @DoyleRhonda
science inquiry? Hmmmm...are you asking what kind of questions could be used to start a conversation? @paula

29:21 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
I am experiencing that with my parents. They want me to "drill and kill" my math students. I use the analogy... would you want a surgeon to operate with tools, techniques, and procedures from 20 years ago... or using what they know today!

29:26 - @DoyleRhonda
Play :)

29:34 - sarah @soltauheller
tranperancy is so important

29:36 - @DoyleRhonda

29:37 - Peggy George
parents do worry about whether their kids are learning "what they're supposed to learn" in inquiry classrooms. THEY ARE!

29:39 - Alyssa Rose
@teachteKBeck Exactly!

29:43 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes, and how do you manage and guide for that learning is happening.

29:53 - ChristinaT
@David, how do you "get around" curriculum expectations?

30:02 - Larry A
Sharing on the blog can help students know or remember what the point of the day's lesson was and get more insights they may have missed

30:02 - Peggy George
parents don't know how to monitor their student's work if they don't get to see worksheets :-(

30:07 - @DoyleRhonda
ahhh....authenticity comes from a place of safe communication and connection

30:15 - roxanne clement
My parents often relate things to their shows how much we need to include our community in our new ways of learning

30:15 - Peggy George
that's why being transparent and posting it online is so important!

30:21 - @DoyleRhonda
good point Lorna

30:25 - Peggy George
yes @Rhonda!

30:30 - strassm
Inspired by other teachers, I'd like to start a coffee chat with parents -- have them come in once a month or so to talk about their questions

30:42 - @DoyleRhonda
It certainly reduces many obvious fears @peggy

30:43 - Alyssa Rose
Good point Peggy! Parents need to see what's going on

30:50 - strassm
Love the idea of having parents do their own inquiry!

31:07 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Coffee chats once a month is a great idea.

31:13 - @SteveHayes_RB60
I'm sure a concern of parents must center around covering material need to score well on ACT/SAT exams.

31:17 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
It doesn't help that I am also implementing standards based grading, so I am slamming my parents with a lot of change. Luckily, I spend a lot of time communicating with parents the first months. It is starting to calm down!

31:22 - @DoyleRhonda
yes, @strassm everyone participating in the most similar way

31:23 - Alyssa Rose
Coffee Chats are a great idea

31:36 - Peggy George
inquiry learning isn't necessarily easier for teachers! they become the ultimate facilitators and have to be flexible and prepared while being fully aware of the objectives and standards they are addressing

32:00 - @DoyleRhonda
Chat's that are frequent and fun are a great idea @paula

32:05 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I did a digital safety presentation at our PTO meeting this month. They want me to do another presentation next month.

32:20 - Alyssa Rose
Standards Based Grading was a major push in my district. I've revamped my syllabus many times and parent night speech :) They're coming around.

32:29 - @DoyleRhonda
Also could be good to allow parents to lead the Chat's that ocurr

32:32 - roxanne clement
look what our institutions have done...students have learned to meet expectations

32:34 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Paula, use your mouse kiddos to teach parents also!

32:42 - strassm
@peggy, well said! it is much easier in some ways and so much harder in others

32:56 - roxanne clement
but our expectations aren't large enough for the mind full of curiosity

33:02 - Peggy George
David did an outstanding presentation last year for the K12 Online Conference on "Transforming Learning". You'll enjoy watching the presentation later! One of the best I've ever seen on the topic!

33:14 - roxanne clement
especially NCLB

33:24 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Yes, Kristen. I want the Mouse Squad to be present for next month's meeting. We will be introducing our blogs and showing parents how to leave comments.

33:30 - Jill
I have found that it is better to pair or allow students to work in small groups when beginning the process. They keep each other going. Later on, they can do an independent project if they want.

33:30 - Sheri Edwards
See for excellent resources and courses to learn problem based learning, including planning these needed scaffolds

33:32 - @DoyleRhonda
well said, David

33:39 - Alyssa Rose
Scaffolding is definitely needed to structure classroom

33:46 - stidmama
Thank you for asking this question! Scaffolding is often forgotten in my experience, as teachers focus on the end-product.

33:48 - Sheri Edwards

33:50 - Peggy George
the scaffolding is important for adults too :-) teachers need the same scaffolding when they are learning new teaching strategies and tech tools

33:58 - zahrainfinity #2
How would you

33:59 - @DoyleRhonda
Scaffolding is good for life, agreed

34:06 - zahrainfinity #2
scale up to a larger

34:08 - sarah @soltauheller
yes peggy

34:09 - zahrainfinity #2
group of students

34:20 - zahrainfinity #2
Have just typed the question:

34:31 - Sheri Edwards

34:32 - Alyssa Rose
Grouping is huge in our district as well. Students learn well from other students in a structured environment

34:33 - Peggy George (Pedagogy of Play)

34:39 - zahrainfinity #2
How would you scale-up to a larger group of students?

34:39 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Our profession is a 'craft of blended support' one learning (or teaching) style does not preclude others ... and what is suitable for a student today might not be tomorrow . almost an impossible challenge .. but teachers do i everyday ... am I wrong?

34:50 - Peggy George
I love this link!!! (Lifelong Kindergarten-MIT Media Lab)

35:32 - @DoyleRhonda
good points @shambles I think what comes up in conversation most is "how" structured, blended, or new to incorporate

35:35 - roxanne clement
how many students and grade span are you working with David?

35:44 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
I like having a 2:1 on our netbooks. Students helping each other with navigation around Internet, how to log on to sites we use, and how to save work to folder are ways they help each other.

36:12 - @DoyleRhonda
The emphasis may need to remain on structure as being a framework of what the concept is and how would learners best be involved in the process

36:16 - roxanne clement
Isn't shared learning great Paula? I agree for our little ones as they start out

36:20 - sarah @soltauheller
paula I love the idea of students sharing tech - not being isolating at all

36:23 - @DoyleRhonda
just a stepping stone thought

36:35 - Peggy George
kid-friendly language in standards is really important!! we don't just want them to regurgitate them but to understand them!

36:36 - strassm
I'm in a 1:1 laptop, and think 2:1 might be better for the majority of our work together!

36:43 - Tammy Moore #2
ys thaunderstand whet thg it out in front of themim:

36:59 - Tammy Moore #2
How would you scale upid:

37:06 - @DoyleRhonda
agreed @sarah, I think technology is about learning how it supports the process. A good process is always the foundation

37:24 - @nattyrose507
I worked in a 1:1 setting that was fantastic, but it is all how you frame the learning. I have seen many classrooms with tech. not intergrated for full effectiveness.

37:25 - zahrainfinity #2
That's fine

37:44 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Need to use Gradual Release of Responsibilty to get students going.

37:53 - @DoyleRhonda
@peggy, yes, standards are necessary to understand the process and ways to interact as it pertains to the impact of learning

37:55 - Peggy George
Great link Paula!!!! Thanks!

37:59 - Alyssa Rose
@nattyrose -I think it does depend on the classroom and the level of students

38:00 - @nattyrose507
To be a teacher is to be a learner, therefore, to be a learner is to be a teacher. We model learning and sharing.

38:23 - @DoyleRhonda
@alyssa, no doubt classroom is best understood by the teacher

38:37 - Alice Barr
@nattyrose507 I wish more teachers thought that way.

38:49 - Jill
I began working in the library with inquiry with one teacher, one small group (The Wonder Group). They kept Wonder Books of topics of interest and pursued them. Then the principal and other teachers wanted me to add more groups. This year I have 3 groups.

38:51 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
check out your own influence (profile) online

39:02 - stidmama
I substitute in schools where there are 17 students in a class with only one session of that lesson a day, and in schools where there are 35 or more in a class with four or five different groups each day. "scaling up" from a managaeable small class to the larger ones... how to track and scaffold for the 150+ students?

39:07 - @DoyleRhonda
@paula, maybe joint responsibility rather than release of, ?? just thinking

39:10 - Oronoque
for me as a univ faculty member, classes can have 45 students and more (some colleagues have 100+ in a class)...this complicates our ability to use more learner-centered pedagogies

39:12 - @SteveHayes_RB60
@nattyrose507 Well said!

39:33 - @nattyrose507
@alyssa rose absolutely! I work with high schoolers and passionately feel that I need to teacher the type of literacy they will be expected to use on a daily basis..k-8 may have a diff. focus

39:37 - sarah @soltauheller
is it a high school?

39:52 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@stidmama - great question that is what I am dealing with!!

40:00 - @DoyleRhonda
Larger groups @Oronoque certainly requires more of a scaled project for older students

40:11 - sarah @soltauheller
@jill I like that = wonder group - might have to use it

40:15 - Jon Freer
Seems so easy for students to lose focus on long term projects (which are certainly valuable). Tips for keeping them "on track"?

40:29 - @DoyleRhonda
what??? play wasn't a part of, it was just didn't realize the potential :) lol

40:38 - Nikki1
Great question @Jon Freer I have the same issue

40:40 - Oronoque
integrating various ed tech is really helpful with larger classes

40:40 - Alyssa Rose
multiple deadlines instead of an end date :)

40:44 - Jill
Wonder Group came from the article I posted early in the chat--by Stephanie Harvey.

40:52 - Peggy George
David Warlick is such a great champion of the "sandbox" and a place for learning!

41:26 - Sheri Edwards

41:27 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Angela Maiers is another educator who champions play for students.

41:29 - @DoyleRhonda
multiple increasing deadlines @Alyssa, creating more accomplished connections?

41:49 - Heidi 1
my teen came home from Inquiry Hub this week, said "I liked math today! We played games with Ms Young..." :-)

42:16 - @DoyleRhonda
So is Jane McGonigal,

42:20 - strassm
I like to make sure I explain to my students the learning in the games

42:30 - sarah @soltauheller
@jill could you repost - can't find it

42:32 - Peggy George
Angela Maiers did a fabulous pre-conference Keynote presentation for K12 Online last year about the Sandbox.

42:40 - Heidi 1
I find we, as adults, have a HARD time adding playing (without being all embarrassed).

42:41 - Alyssa Rose
@doylerhonda In my class, we do multiple "pit stops" with lots of peer reviews- mini lessons to boost the end result

42:45 - strassm
Definitely a paradigm shift for them (and their parents?)

42:48 - @DoyleRhonda
true @sarah, the concepts learned are the most important

43:07 - @DoyleRhonda
does it improve motiviation @alyssa?

43:08 - stidmama
@Jon - when I plan bigger projects I have "check in" points every so often when students are told something is "due." For younger adolescents this has been a way to help them learn to plan and prioritize work loads, and keeps them on track to be finished. It also encourages the perfectionist students to say it's "good enough" and move on.

43:21 - Jon Freer
Setting students up to "do" creates the environment for them to want to learn what is needed to support their activity.

43:26 - Kelly owens
Using games and play has always been a fundamental opponent of k-3 classrooms. nice to see it be embraced by upper grades

43:50 - @DoyleRhonda
Thinking assessments are so hostile to talk about but can be motivating when properly implemented

44:08 - Sheri Edwards

44:14 - Alyssa Rose
@doylerhonda I also provide opportunities for publishing which motivates students

44:14 - @SteveHayes_RB60
Project Based Learning is a good reason for schools to go BYOT

44:23 - @shamblesguru [desktop]

44:26 - stidmama
I hope to someday be in a school long enough to help the kids learn using networks.

44:31 - @verenanz
K-3 pedagogy is foundation is so many ways! I have learned so much as High School teacher from primary teachers

44:37 - @DoyleRhonda
True @Kelly, we really like to play at all ages. I hosted my daughters b-day party at a bounce house that included the adults. Best one ever

44:44 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
We participated in the O.R.E.O, Project this week. Stacked Oreos to find class average, rolled them down different ramps to see how far they'd travel, used a timer to see who could lick icing off the fastest, and used them on balance scales to compare other items. We also Skyped with two other classes to do stacking.

44:45 - Peggy George (David’ Shifting Learning)

45:01 - stidmama
cool, @shambles!

45:04 - Peggy George (Connectivism defined)

45:10 - Alyssa Rose
@pinaugle That is a great project!

45:14 - @DoyleRhonda

45:25 - stidmama
Kids love anything with oreos involved...

45:30 - Alyssa Rose

45:31 - Jon Freer
Do teachers out there develop "student networks" that they use with new classes each year (kind of like a replacement to a textbook) or do you tend to build a new one for each new group?

45:35 - Heidi 1
I think it's important to learn to connect locally, as well as globally. Locally allows kids to learn the skills, then extend those through the technology.

45:35 - Alyssa Rose
So do adults

45:35 - Peggy George (Connectivism defined)

45:58 - Janice Stearns
Great that you participated in the O.R.E.O project

46:02 - Peggy George (Mindcraft Game Design: Mindcraft or Why Emergence Makes Farmville as Important as Mindcraft)

46:11 - strassm
@Jon, such a good point -- I don't think I've ever used student networks!

46:13 - @DoyleRhonda
Agreed @Heidi1, best when learning relates to the world they are part of, for all of us

46:14 - Peggy George
I love this image and quote!!!!!

46:43 - @DoyleRhonda

46:48 - Alyssa Rose
Great image! Connectivism is definitely a practice that I would love to model more in my classroom.

46:49 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Start slowly on your journey as a trojan mouse in your school

46:50 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
@Jon I've had a Skype Buddy class with Jan Wells in Kansas since 2009. We connect our two fourth grade classes each year, but I also am adding new connections each year.

46:50 - @verenanz
Lit Review on Connectivism (MOOC's) in k12 environment

46:59 - Jon Freer
@strassm they seem so valuable (they are becoming that way for me), but it takes time to build.

46:59 - @DoyleRhonda
so true David

47:08 - Heidi 1
@Peggy Me too! Awesome photo! modelling WITH JOY!! :-)

47:12 - @DoyleRhonda
by default, Valued and seen as a Leader

47:33 - Alice Barr
Lit Review on Connectivism needs permission to view

47:35 - Sheri Edwards
Language Arts HS

47:37 - @DoyleRhonda
Realizing we could do a better job as a nation, valuing that leadership. Working on that

47:44 - strassm
@jon will have to start building! So worth the effort :)

47:44 - Peggy George
and you don't have to do everything at once! start small to transform your classroom--one step at a time

48:00 - @verenanz
@Alice - Oops - done :)

48:03 - Peggy George
Hi Verena! Thanks for that link!

48:04 - strassm
@Peggy, so true! Starting small leads to big things ;)

48:07 - Alyssa Rose
I definitely think that being a teacher is never a switch you can turn off. I will always love to learn.

48:27 - Jon Freer
Wow. This quote hits home for me.

48:28 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
@Alyssa, AGREE!!

48:30 - Heidi 1
Sometimes it's about RECOGNIZING where we're already doing these things. That allows us to continue to CREATE further change!

48:38 - Alice Barr
@verenanz Thanks

48:41 - strassm
Keep adding a little more every year.

48:42 - @DoyleRhonda
Inspired and doing, taking the reigns...very exciting

48:42 - Alice Barr

49:02 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
I often close my eyes and jump into things I learn, especially things I learn here!!

49:21 - @DoyleRhonda
accepting that not everyone is going to be at the same comfort level but the steps still need to be taken

49:22 - Alice Barr
I love that, Pick one to start!

49:25 - Alyssa Rose
That's an easy goal...pick one thing, do it well and then add.

49:31 - @DoyleRhonda
:) @KBeck

49:45 - @DoyleRhonda
So important @Alice

49:48 - Alyssa Rose
Having a network does definitely help.

49:49 - @verenanz
Baby Steps as I am slowly learning!! Picking one is an excelelnt start!

49:54 - Nikki1
It's going to be voice for me

50:10 - Alyssa Rose
Voice is definitely powerful.

50:15 - Fabio Daniel Cominotti
Thank you for some good information.

50:16 - @DoyleRhonda
leading with : what is the one thing I can do for this day in this experience that will best serve

50:16 - Nikki1
I love the advice...even taking baby steps needs me to stop and talking about it and just do it

50:20 - Peggy George
a PLN is so valuable in this process @Alyssa!!! You can ask questions whenever you run into a snag or have questions about next steps, etc.

50:46 - Peggy George (David’ presentation: 7 Ways to Transform your Classroom)

50:47 - @verenanz
I think I will use these as competencies in my open there is tie in across the "country"

50:51 - @DoyleRhonda
inquiry @Nikki very important when ever the steps appear to reveal something

51:02 - strassm
That has to be the next step for me -- share what you learn. It can be scary to open yourself up that way.

51:12 - Peggy George
Great infographic- (Infographic: Blended Learning)

51:25 - Alyssa Rose
This is really the best resource for teachers- PLNS and places where we can connect with other teachers with similar concerns, ideas, projects that want to collaborate and share.

51:27 - @DoyleRhonda
Agreed @Peggy PLN's are so valuable

51:33 - Jon Freer
I've been stuck thinking I have to know everything to get started. Inspired by the idea of choosing parts to do.

51:34 - Peggy George
love that idea @verenanz!

51:35 - Alice Barr
@strassm Do it for yourself and the rest will come with time.

51:45 - @DoyleRhonda
was that an hour already? David, outstanding!

51:49 - Alice Barr
Cool graphic!

51:53 - @DoyleRhonda
very cool

51:54 - Janice Stearns
The Play Project from #kinderchat looks great.

51:55 - strassm
@Alice thanks for the encouragement!

51:55 - Tammy Moore #2
arlier and they struggledThe idea is enough to challengerner ande areasHIf you have questions you are free to contact mfreeave to do it alone.

52:02 - Tammy Moore #2

52:05 - Sheri Edwards
Thank you. So many resources

52:05 - @plnaugle(Paula Naugle)
Virtual applause for David. Thank you.

52:06 - Alyssa Rose
@Jon Freer agreed! It's so much easier to remember that we can connect instead of feeling like we have to know the answer for evrything!

52:09 - Peggy George
Fantastic presentation David!!! so much to think about but most importantly to know it's time to get started NOW :-)

52:15 - @DoyleRhonda
one step, one day, one idea, one student, one all adds up

52:17 - Alyssa Rose
Great presentation David!

52:24 - stidmama
Thank you!

52:27 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Thank you! I am inspired!

52:30 - Peggy George
Great poster here: (Calgary Science School: Exemplary Learning Poster)

52:32 - @verenanz
How did you do that last slide David? What tool did you use?

52:36 - Nikki1
Great presentation David. I have been so inspired!

52:37 - roxanne clement
LOVED your presentation!

52:37 - Alice Barr
Great! David you rock!

52:39 - Jill
Thank you for a great session! Looking forward to digging into the Livebinder!

52:43 - David Truss @datruss
Thanks for joining us!

52:46 - strassm
Thanks, David! And thanks to the partipants for some wonderful observations and thoughts :)

52:51 - ChristinaT
Thanks! Some great ideas.

52:55 - @SteveHayes_RB60
If you are looking for expand your PLN regarding technology in your classrooom, please check out #BYOTchat each Thursday night 9pm ET

52:55 - Kelly owens #2
Thank you David!

52:56 - Peggy George (Peter Senge Quotes from his book: The Fifth Discipline)

53:03 - Becki 1
Thank you so much David! Great presentation!

53:05 - @SteveHayes_RB60
Thank you David for a great presentation

53:06 - Fidelia
Powerful message to share. Thanks David.

53:06 - @DoyleRhonda

53:08 - shukufa
thanks David for this interesting sharing

53:14 - sarah @soltauheller
ah the BCEd plan might be an answer to this?

53:20 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Thank You David!!

53:24 - Janice Stearns
Inspiring presentation. Thanks!

53:27 - Peggy George (Follow Inquiry Hub-Coquitlam on Facebook)

53:40 - Peggy George (Follow Inquiry Hub on Twitter)

53:54 - @verenanz
IT's about alterantive assessment solutions - competency based too.

54:02 - @DoyleRhonda

54:06 - @DoyleRhonda
like that

54:08 - @DoyleRhonda

54:10 - Alyssa Rose
Uncover it

54:12 - Peggy George
love that point! uncover the curriculum!!! not cover it!

54:14 - strassm
uncover -- allow students to discover!

54:21 - Becki 1
Great quote!

54:26 - @DoyleRhonda
ooohhhh @strassm

54:35 - Peggy George
can still end up at the same place but with learning the students will actually remember!

54:37 - Tammy Moore #2
s any questionsrriculum on-track?

54:45 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Love it!

54:48 - Oronoque
sequential assignments work for me when the assignments are long term

54:50 - @DoyleRhonda
levels up

54:52 - @DoyleRhonda

55:13 - Kelly owens #2
Competency based learning vs traditional "learning outcomes" is the way we need to go?

55:23 - Heidi 1
BC is revising our curriculum as well - moving to LESS learnign outcomes. more "big ideas" as well as some "cross curriculum competencies" - so that it will be more about the process.

55:29 - @DoyleRhonda
learning how to share and appropriate sharing and what to share becomes more of a part of the curriculum as it is implemented

55:41 - roxanne clement
yes...taking responsibility for their learning

55:48 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
That is what I love about using Google Docs and the revision history!

55:57 - Alyssa Rose

56:06 - Jon Freer
How formal is your assessment?

56:06 - Oronoque
peer assessments also help with accountability

56:08 - Alyssa Rose
Accountability it important

56:08 - Kelly owens #2
dave, what do u think about Competency based curriculum?

56:10 - Peggy George
excellent answer David!

56:18 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Teachers paying attention is crucial!

56:24 - roxanne clement
using collaborative tools support our work for sure!

56:59 - Peggy George (Inquiry Hub questions and answers)

57:19 - @verenanz
AB Education Revising Curriculum as well:

57:41 - Kelly owens #2
Awesome to hear

57:46 - Jacqueline Jacobs
I love that picture! I wonder how he created it?

57:46 - @DoyleRhonda
I agree

57:51 - Peggy George
David's contact info: (David Truss: About Me)

58:02 - @verenanz
YEs - how did David do this slide? I'm so curious...

58:14 - Heidi 1
Here's info re: transforming BC's curriculum:

58:20 - Jacqueline Jacobs
it's probably an APP

58:22 - David Truss @datruss

58:47 - Kelly owens #2
Thx Heidi

58:49 - Jon Freer
@verenanz I liked it too

59:14 - @verenanz
Thanks @JOn!!! :)

59:15 - @DoyleRhonda
thank you @Jon

59:17 - Alyssa Rose
Thanks Jon Freer!

59:26 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Does David Use Ipads in class? Still wondering how he made this slide.

59:43 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Welcome to California!!!

59:48 - stidmama
Have to head out. Thank you Jon for this session.

59:57 - Peggy George
love the graphic on that page! just added it to the Livebinder so you may need to refresh to see all of the new links.

59:57 - Becki 1
Great representation of how restrictive standardized tests can be on educators!

1:00:03 - @DoyleRhonda
when verenanz excited we all win :)

1:00:05 - @SteveHayes_RB60
Awesome graphic / quote - thanks for posting that link

1:00:15 - Sheri Edwards
i think this is it @verenanz I liked it too

1:00:16 - strassm
Why School? is a great "book" to read! Pass it along :)

1:00:19 - Mark Tozer
I was wondering that as well :)

1:00:32 - Peggy George
I use that tool to create a coffee mug and also the background for my Twitter home page. I think it was

1:00:38 - @verenanz
Thanks Rhonda...:)

1:00:40 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Happening right NOW 24/7 online learning conf. in SecLife &/or Adobe Connect for Language teachers #slang12 #liveclass20

1:00:43 - stidmama
And thank you to Peggy, Kim, Lorna, Lorie, Tammy... see you next time.

1:01:00 - Jon Freer
Just got WHy School? Love Will Richardson's ideas

1:01:09 - Peggy George

1:01:09 - Jon Freer
Thanks David

1:01:09 - @DoyleRhonda
Steve is a wonderful moderator, great information

1:01:13 - @verenanz
Thanks everyone for taking the time to be here! See you all in different spaces..! Have a great day!

1:01:14 - Sheri Edwards
livebinder link on cr live page?

1:01:15 - Jacqueline Jacobs
Thanks so much! looks like a chuck Close Painting!

1:01:19 - strassm
@Jon, I want to tell everyone about it :)

1:01:32 - zahrainfinity #2
What is livebinder?

1:01:38 - McTeach (Karen)
Woo-hoo! Karen rocks!!!!

1:01:42 - Peggy George
@Jon--I love Will's new book too! Have it on my Kindle :-)

1:01:46 - @verenanz
@Peggy loves livebinder...

1:01:49 - Jon Freer
@starssm he's the reason I'm here...

1:01:52 - Fidelia
Thanks all.

1:02:00 - Peggy George

1:02:16 - @DoyleRhonda
Feature..Feature...Feature great things happen in classrooms every day

1:02:21 - Peggy George
I LOVE Livebinders!!! such a great tool for organizing resources!

1:02:21 - Jon Freer
Thanks to all the moderators today.

1:02:25 - David Truss @datruss
Looking forward to checking out this chat later... I didn't get a chance to follow along.

1:02:32 - @DoyleRhonda
Livebinder rocks

1:02:52 - @teachteKBeck(Kristen)
Thanks Ladies for moderating today :D

1:02:53 - Peggy George

1:02:58 - @DoyleRhonda
Great Job David

1:03:13 - Peggy George
you can always get to the survey in the Livebinder too if it doesn't open for you

1:03:20 - Alice Barr
Thank you so much to the moderators and David. Great session!

1:03:22 - Peggy George

1:03:30 - @DoyleRhonda
@KBeck, your smile creates a smile :)

1:03:33 - Peggy George

1:03:35 - Oronoque
many thanks David et al

1:03:58 - Peggy George Recording, links will be posted here soon after the show.

1:04:03 - ChristinaT

1:04:04 - Sheri Edwards
Thanks. Great info and help. Thanks so much all.

1:04:18 - @DoyleRhonda
Thanks to all New participants

1:04:19 - Peggy George
Huge thank you to David! Fantastic session!

1:04:24 - @shamblesguru [desktop]
Thanks for sharing

1:04:31 - Becki 1
Thank you!

1:04:34 - Karen Sandora
Thank you so much. This was excellent!

1:04:52 - Peggy George
Karen Mensing is an awesome YouTube ambassador and uses it all the time in her 2nd gr. classroom :-)

1:05:02 - Peggy George
hope to see you next week :-)

1:05:02 - Mark Tozer
Thank you David!

1:05:04 - @DoyleRhonda
Have a great day!

1:05:05 - roxanne clement
Another great learning Saturday!

1:05:08 - Melody
Thanks for the great session!