Classroom 2.0 LIVE - September 25, 2010
00:01 to: Peggy George
Here we go!!!
00:06 to: wackjacq
jUST TWEETED ABOUT THIS SESSION!
00:15 to: Zoe
Good Morning Everyone!
00:21 to: Peggy George
Thank you for tweeting the show wackjacq!!
00:27 to: Greta Sandler (@gret)
Hi Zoe!!
00:30 to: William Vegazo Muro
Hola from Lima Perú
00:34 to: Ricardo E. Valenzuela
Hi all
00:35 to: Aviva (@grade1)
Hi Zoe! You'll do great today! I can't wait!
00:40 to: Valaina
Goof Morning, Zoe
00:46 to: glumb
Yeah feature teachers!
00:46 to: KathyPerret
Greetings form Iowa. Looking forward to this!
00:52 to: Peggy George
We're excited about starting this new feature because there are so many fabulous teachers that deserve to be recognized!
00:59 to: Peggy George
Welcome KathyPerret!
01:06 to: Valaina
* Good
01:12 to: Peggy George
There is nothing like being able to learn from other teachers!!
01:25 to: wackjacq
This interface is quit intuitive.
01:50 to: Peggy George
the interface is very intuitive "when it works" :-) sometimes things happen...
01:50 to: glumb
Absolutely true Peggy:)
02:06 to: Valaina
that's technology
02:18 to: wackjacq
that's a given :)
02:24 to: Peggy George
yes it is Valaina!! And I would never live without it!
02:31 to: Valaina
me either
02:47 to: wackjacq
At least 26 students won't be waiting on me to fix it today!
02:55 to: @teacherdebra
I am sitting at my daughter's soccer game hoping to stay connected.
02:57 to: Peggy George
I lost my internet connection this week (wires cut by construction workers) and I can't tell you how frustrating that was!!
03:13 to: Peggy George
How fun @teacherdebra!! Our session at a soccer game :-)
03:13 to: glumb
Don't worry be happy
03:27 to: Peggy George
That song is so great! One of my favorites!
03:35 to: Peggy George
That's why I added it to our playlist!
03:44 to: glumb
Good choice
04:01 to: @teacherdebra
If I leave abruptly, I have lost my connection. I'll apologize ahead of time!
04:09 to: Peggy George
you will probably want to turn off most of the audio notifications--can be very annoying
04:21 to: Kim Caise
no problem debra. happens to me quite often
04:31 to: Peggy George
no worries @teacherdebra! you know the recording will be availabe for you later if that happens
04:34 to: Kim Caise
hi mcteach
04:43 to: Peggy George
Hi McTeach!!!! Welcome!!!!!
04:48 to: McTeach (Karen) 1
Good morning! Having trouble with connections today
04:49 to: Valaina
I subscribe through iTunes
04:55 to: McTeach (Karen) 1
Good morning Kim and Peggy!
05:11 to: William Vegazo Muro
Hola Buenos Dias from Lima Perú
05:15 to: @teacherdebra
what is the hashtag?
05:17 to: Peggy George
I love getting to see the presenter slides in advance! I know you are going to learn so much from Zoe today!!
05:20 to: Kim Caise
#liveclass20
05:21 to: Peggy George
#liveclass20
05:34 to: Peggy George
love this part!!!
05:38 to: nancyvonw
Hi from Prague!
05:46 to: William Vegazo Muro
Peru
05:46 to: Peggy George
if your dot doesn't go right where you want it you can click and drag it around
05:49 to: Greta Sandler (@gret)
Hi from Argentina!!
05:53 to: safgilani
Wow it's great to see people from all over the world here today!
05:56 to: anachorete
luxembourg (europe)
05:57 to: Myra
vancouver canada
05:58 to: Kolbrú from Iceland
Hi I am from Iceland
06:00 to: glumb
Ft. Riley KS
06:00 to: Peggy George
Fabulous international audience!!! You are so awesome!!!
06:05 to: ChristineB 3
Fort Lauderdal, Florida
06:09 to: Peggy George
Wow!!! This is so exciting!!!!!!
06:09 to: Carol
Hamilton Ontario
06:11 to: ChristineB 3
**Lauderdale
06:11 to: KathyPerret
Wow! This is amazing!
06:15 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I teach in Spanish all my classes in Portland OR!
06:16 to: Kim Caise
looks like almost all continents and regions represetned
06:20 to: Jan Wells @janwells
Kansas
06:27 to: Peggy George
Hi Jan! Great to see you!
06:30 to: glumb
Skype is blocked in our district
06:30 to: mikegretz
niagara falls ontario
06:35 to: Ricardo E. Valenzuela
yes
06:35 to: Valaina
not yet
06:40 to: ChristineB 3
Hope to
06:50 to: Peggy George
wait till you hear how Zoe uses Skype!! very inspiring!
06:50 to: JAC 1
JAC San Juan Puerto Rico
06:55 to: Eileen K
Wish I was allowed to skype other classes
07:01 to: wackjacq
Coming in from DFW
07:02 to: eskymcilvain
Skype is against our Use Policy in school!
07:03 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I want to skype with Latin America
07:03 to: jackiegerstein
Am looking for Skype classroom partners for any of our K-8 classes
07:06 to: Kim Caise
if skype is blocked there are many web conferencing platforms that are usually not blocked
07:07 to: Peggy George
this is great! always love it when we can introduce new tools to you
07:33 to: Peggy George
Hi jackiegerstein! Have you used the Skype wiki for finding classes to connect with?
07:35 to: Ricardo E. Valenzuela
no
07:36 to: safgilani
I am in one of Zoe's tech classes and we recently had a skype session with another teacher in Ontario...it was such a cool experience!
07:38 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
not with students
07:41 to: Eileen K
How about World Math Day?
07:44 to: wackjacq
Signed for app on iphone skype but haven't implemented it yet
07:51 to: jackiegerstein
No Peggy - do you have a link for the Skye Classrooms?
08:09 to: Peggy George
I think pre-service teachers who come to Professional Development on a Saturday should be hired immediately!! So glad you're here!
08:09 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
there is a skype classroom?
08:10 to: Ricardo E. Valenzuela
no
08:12 to: jackiegerstein
You have to own one to use one
08:14 to: Kim Flack
ohhhhh I LOVE those!!! :)
08:18 to: roxanne clement
using it right now
08:18 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I want to!!
08:23 to: eskymcilvain
No, but I have one on my Wish List!
08:26 to: Peggy George
Hi Kim Flack!!! So glad you're here!!
08:27 to: wackjacq
You mean like and interwrite pad? then yes
08:28 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
How do I get one?
08:31 to: Kim Caise
the global collaborative ning also has requests to join classes using skype
08:31 to: Kim Flack
hi PEggy :) :)
08:34 to: stidmama
Use livescribe for my grad school classes.
08:35 to: roxanne clement
love the livescribe pen
08:39 to: Greta Sandler (@gret)
I want one! Wish they sold them here in Argentina
08:45 to: Peggy George
Zoe is going to show us about her Livescribe :-)
08:58 to: Jan Wells @janwells
@jackiegerstein my 4th grade would love to skype with your group
08:59 to: safgilani
I think thoe LiveScribe pens are such a great way to work with ELL or ESL learners
09:10 to: stidmama
would consider using it in the classroom for note taking when I am the in-charge teacher instead of a student teacher.
09:10 to: Eileen K
Thanks Peggy, we love our Saturday meet!
09:11 to: @shamblesguru
Skype links to other schools http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/skype/
09:15 to: Peggy George
They are incredible! Tim Fahlberg uses them to create Mathcasts!
09:26 to: Kim Flack
yes!!! my son - great for him - he is in high school and has a learning disability - great for him too :)
09:28 to: jaszarka 6
i agree saf. What a great way technology can be introduced into the class.
09:30 to: Aviva (@grade1)
The Livescribe is fantastic! My Grade 1's love it! Think it's their favourite tool!
09:33 to: Peggy George
Hi shamblesguru!! thanks for that link! very helpful!!
09:38 to: Peggy George
Yeah Zoe!!!!
09:42 to: Kim Caise
welcome zoe
09:48 to: Peggy George
Hearing you great!
09:51 to: Len H
sounds great
09:52 to: safgilani
we can hear you Zoe!
10:19 to: Peggy George
I'm liking the term connected classroom even better than web 2.0 classroom :-)
10:26 to: Kim Flack
it has made the world so much smaller!! :)
10:28 to: Len H
same
10:29 to: Sue Wolff
Web 2.0 to me indicates a way of interacting with others on the web.
10:29 to: William Vegazo Muro
cause here in Lima we got to insigh to new ways to teach to students
10:37 to: Jan Wells @janwells
Am looking for Skype classroom partners skype mrs.wells4
10:39 to: JAC 1
New opportunities for educator
10:54 to: Peggy George
Professional Blog: http://pipedreams.edublogs.org
11:04 to: Aviva (@grade1)
What grade, Jan?
11:07 to: ChristineB 3
Mrs. Wells, what grade???? 4?
11:15 to: Kim Caise
http://pipe-dreams.edublogs.org
11:17 to: Peggy George
thank you!! we'll fix it in the gl.am linnks
11:40 to: jackiegerstein
toolbar not showing
11:44 to: blalrteach
No tools visible
11:46 to: Holly Loganbill
my school, and my university
11:46 to: Jan Wells @janwells
Yes, 4th grade
11:50 to: jackiegerstein
now it is
11:51 to: Kim Caise
sorry about that
11:54 to: blalrteach
They're up now
11:55 to: connect2jamie
just got tools
12:00 to: ChristineB 3
Would love to Skype.... 8th grade language arts
12:11 to: Peggy George
please use the big blue A
12:33 to: Holly Loganbill
facebook, Second Life
12:44 to: Jan Wells @janwells
@ChristineB what's your skype name
12:52 to: ChristineB 3
ChristineBeadel
12:53 to: Peggy George
fantastic!!!!
13:17 to: jackiegerstein
too many - spend mucn of my days on these networks
13:17 to: Rod Murray @mrmuzzdog
Web 2.0 allows instant collaboration between teachers, classrooms and puts education into a real world context. The benefits for teachers to learn from their PLN are immeasureable
13:29 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
my skype name is smsegurolacalderon
13:35 to: William Vegazo Muro
I use wikis & blogs
13:35 to: stidmama
PLN = personal learning network??
13:47 to: jackiegerstein
didn't even think about Google Calendar - where I subscribe to other's calendars
13:55 to: wackjacq
teachers need to stop thinking of themselves as instructors, but as leaders
13:58 to: Rod Murray @mrmuzzdog
Can't stay for the hour. Will this be archived and available?
13:58 to: Peggy George
Website: http://fcinternet.hwdsb.on.ca/~zoe.branigan-pipe
13:58 to: Maureen(@bcdtech)
@jackie I joined too many nings- cannot keep up with them. Really rely on twitter a lot to connect
14:04 to: William Vegazo Muro
Google Docs too
14:14 to: Kim Caise
dean mantz and terry shay have educators skype in to their higher ed courses with pre service teachers
14:22 to: Jenny Ashby
2am Sunday here in Oz
14:28 to: jackiegerstein
yep - twitter is the center of my networks - leads to other networks
14:31 to: Peggy George
yes Rod-recording will be archived on our website: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html
14:35 to: Kim Caise
absolutely jackie
14:36 to: connect2jamie
I'd say twitter is my most valuable tool too. Use lots of others, but twitter is it for me
14:37 to: Kim Caise
same here
14:40 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
ME!! overwhelming
14:47 to: KathyPerret
This will be great to share with others who are starting out!
14:51 to: La maroon
do you twiter with your students?
14:52 to: Maureen(@bcdtech)
I was happy to see DEN start using google cal for webinar, event info- makes it so much easier to disseminate info to others
14:53 to: jackiegerstein
I LOVE being overwhelmed with technology
14:53 to: connect2jamie
@jackie exactly
15:02 to: Sue Wolff
Learning to deal with the Overwhelm is a developmental phase in the learning curve.
15:06 to: KathyPerret
Yes, the power of one-on-one mentoring is powerful.
15:13 to: jackiegerstein
:)
15:18 to: Aviva (@grade1)
I do, La maroon! Have two class Twitter accounts for my Gr. 1 students.
15:29 to: Peggy George
when you start feeling overwhelmed, just step back and focus on one thing. You don't have to "keep up" with it all!
15:30 to: jaszarka 6
as a future teacher, what would anyone suggest to be the first social network to use in a high school classroom?
15:35 to: jackiegerstein
Funny - I use networking to relax
15:35 to: KathyPerret
And I love hearing from your students Aviva!
15:41 to: wackjacq
We need to think about how we are going to prepare our students to sort through the exponentially growing leviathan of information on the web
15:50 to: Aviva (@grade1)
Thanks Kathy! They love knowing people are reading their tweets.
15:56 to: Kim Caise
i would suggest a wiki or ning @jaszarka
16:01 to: Jan Wells @janwells
@Sofia Segurola-Calderon what grade do you teach
16:07 to: Peggy George
great questions jaszarka 6! often the choice is determined by what the district will allow and unblock!
16:11 to: Kim Caise
yikies, no electricity?!?!
16:14 to: wackjacq
voicethread is great for language learning
16:18 to: Maureen(@bcdtech)
@Peggy- I use twittertim.es and paper.li to keep up with some info- otherwise I would be doing it 24/7
16:23 to: Katrina
you are very brave
16:24 to: Aviva (@grade1)
I love VoiceThread too!
16:34 to: mikegretz
Are there many high school tech teachers here today?
16:34 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
Spansih Immersion 6th grade LA AND SS and 8th grade Advanced Spansih
16:39 to: Peggy George
great idea Maureen!!! I rely a lot on Tweetdeck to keep my Twitter manageable
16:49 to: Kim Flack
@Maureen -- I think I need those links -- I feel so overwhelmed with it all recently
16:51 to: Maureen(@bcdtech)
@mikegretz I teach 4-9th
16:53 to: wackjacq
tweetdeck rocks!
17:18 to: connect2jamie
@mike We are prohibited from using twitter in connection w/ our schools in my district. Got a new directive last week--even tho there's a district facebook and twitter presence. <big sigh> I use twitt
17:18 to: connect2jamie
er heavily myself as the center of my PLN
17:20 to: KathyPerret
Very important - empower others.
17:37 to: jaszarka 6
Thank you for the suggestions! @Kim Caise @ Peggy George
17:37 to: Peggy George
this is a paper.li example that Zoe will mention later: http://paper.li/dougpete/ontario-educators (Paper.li: The Best of @dougpete/Ontario Educators as shared by 224 people on Doug Peterson's Twitte
17:37 to: Peggy George
r list)
17:47 to: Kim Flack
I have also found "friend feed" helpful for just hitting the highlights
17:47 to: safgilani
How can we encourage teachers who have taught for many years to start using these technologies in the classroom?
17:47 to: Maureen(@bcdtech)
Using the hashtags in twitter and adding a few searches helps bring conversations together
17:51 to: Peggy George
I love Zoe's stories!!!!
17:58 to: Lorna Costantini
@connect2jamie that is so frustrating
17:59 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I have a mascott husky that has traveled to Cuba, Colombia and Chile with a passport and letters!
18:06 to: stidmama
the district I am student teaching in right now discourages teachers from having any public online presence... so very worried about the small numbers of teachers who "groom" kids
18:21 to: Peggy George
I actually met Zoe in the shuttle on the way to the airport from ISTE 2010 in Denver! You can meet your PLN anywhere/anytime!!!
18:43 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
And Skyped when they received the mascott
18:45 to: Peggy George
how inspiring!!!
18:46 to: Kim Flack
i love it!! @ Peggy -- and you recognize the voice :)
18:47 to: KathyPerret
How cool, Zoe!
18:53 to: connect2jamie
@lorna yes it is--it is short-sighted at best, and unethical at worst. Unethical b/c we are not teaching an important media lit skill to our students.
18:56 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
WOW
19:04 to: Aviva (@grade1)
Wow! Amazing Zoe!
19:20 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
You are inspiring
19:31 to: wackjacq
Skype brings authenticity to your lessons!
19:49 to: mikegretz
stidmama that is sad....i've learned a lot about my students online..even alerted one family about concerns i had about students well being
19:51 to: Mark Wickens
I did a little work communicating with the south pole too! it was fu for the kids! learned a lot!
20:01 to: Mark Wickens
fun oops
20:04 to: Peggy George
if you know some reluctant teachers, gather them together and show them the recording of this session and Aviva's session from our archives and talk about all of the real-world examples! Seeing exampl
20:04 to: Peggy George
es makes a big difference!
20:07 to: jackiegerstein
Expedition to Amazon this October - they will have live updates and skyes to classrooms - http://impossible2possible.com/i2p
20:13 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
one person... me too
20:22 to: Aviva (@grade1)
Thanks Peggy!
20:22 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
one student at a time
20:29 to: jackiegerstein
Smartboards are often too teacher-centric
20:32 to: Jan Wells @janwells
@safgilani I've taught 30 yrs, but I find it's the the just as much the not veteran teachers.
20:43 to: Kim Caise
real world activities brought into the classroom fosters authenticity
20:44 to: Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I want to learn how to do all other podcasting
20:46 to: Peggy George
http://web.me.com/zpipe/pipe_dreams_classroom_site/Radio_213/Radio_213.html (Podcasting/reflections/Story telling)
21:00 to: KathyPerret
New to podcasting. Love learning new things!
21:02 to: Aviva (@grade1)
Took some time for me to figure out the best way to use my SMART Board (for rich activities too). Zoe helped inspire me to try something new!
21:12 to: wackjacq
Traditional Schools are not designed to be compatible with 2.0-our mission is to change this!
21:21 to: connect2jamie
Oops! real life intervenes w/ my virtual life! Gotta go! Will catch this in the archive. Thanks everyone!! Sorry to have to go!
21:27 to: Maureen(@bcdtech)
I shared this interview with Howard Gardner with parents this weekhttp:www.commonsensemedia.org/expert-interview-howard-gardner He tells parents that they need to model... as well as teachers- so b
21:27 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
locking makes no sense
21:43 to:
safgilani
Connecting with people in Antarctica- what a great way to prepare our students to become global citizens!
21:44 to:
Peggy George
http://www.youtube.com/user/pipedreams213?feature=mhum (Pipedreams video on YouTube channel-Student reviewing a math lesson using Livescribe and ipad)
21:47 to:
Katrina
podcasting still requires an organized train of thought in the presentation - nice way to go!
21:49 to:
Lorna Costantini
@MAureen you are so right
22:17 to:
Mark Wickens
wordle?
22:20 to:
wackjacq
Obama speech- a landmine for soe districts unfortunately
22:25 to:
Peggy George
http://pipedreams-education.ca/2009/09/08/travel-the-world-in-a-day/ (Travel World in Day-blog post by Zoe about multiple Skype calls in one day)
22:36 to:
Kim Caise
wordle.com is a visual way to represent text
22:38 to:
mikegretz
seems to never be many high school teachers here
22:55 to:
wackjacq
High school right here!
22:56 to:
Lorna Costantini
@maureen http://www.commonsensemedia.org/expert-interview-howard-gardner
22:56 to:
Mark Wickens
thanks kim!
22:59 to:
Kim Caise
jenny is in the room
23:01 to:
Tracy Fitzwater
I teach a high school class, too!
23:05 to:
Jenny Ashby
Yes I'm here Hi loving your show
23:06 to:
Kim Caise
you're welcome mark
23:07 to:
safgilani
what a great way to view a smartboard: " a window to the world"
23:11 to:
Peggy George
what does that tell you mikegretz? missing HS teachers?
23:18 to:
mikegretz
Tracy what do you teach
23:19 to:
doriedance
http://www.wordle.net/
23:28 to:
Kim Caise
thanks dorie
23:32 to:
Tracy Fitzwater
World Geography using Moodle as the platform - very fun!
23:34 to:
Peggy George
fantastic Jenny Ashby!!! So great to have you here! Feel free to take the mic later if you like
23:35 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Hi Dorie!!
23:41 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@mikegretz I think that many HS teachers are so very concerned with teaching the content- that they don't spend time learning more about how things are changing in how to teach content
23:44 to:
doriedance
Hi Karen!
23:50 to:
wackjacq
High School Latin, Humanities and Geography in HS
23:56 to:
mikegretz
Peggy I think a lot are scared of new technology
24:00 to:
Peggy George
http://gallery.me.com/zpipe#100047 (Video: Alberta/Ontario Classrooms Connecting on Skype)
24:21 to:
Sue Neese
@ Maureen...I agree about HS teachers focusing strictly on their content.
24:22 to:
wackjacq
There is more up front work, but it is worth it
24:23 to:
doriedance
sure, Kim! =0)
24:24 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
How do you handle time zones
24:42 to:
Peggy George
I agree mikegretz. and often they are teaching a single subject area and don't see the need to connect with others through technology
24:42 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
Thx for fixing the link Lorna- I didn't notice that I lost the space
24:58 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I work out different times based on the Timezones. Have tweeted out videos too, or even done a VoiceThread instead if timezones don't work.
25:04 to:
wackjacq
animoto rocks too!
25:23 to:
mikegretz
I really wish our board focused more on tech during p.a. days
25:23 to:
Peggy George
you'll find all of these examples on Zoe's blog :-)
25:29 to:
Jane Z
I love all these ideas - my frustration is that most times when I try to use a lot of these tools our network will not handle them and they freeze up. Frustrating!
25:32 to:
wackjacq
Voice thread is asynchronous learning
25:33 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
They were fantastic! My students loved these stories!
25:38 to:
Peggy George
http://pipe-dreams.edublogs.org
25:48 to:
wackjacq
Sign up for VT today
26:21 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@JaneZ- talk to your IT people. We sometimes have problems too. They can control the bandwidth and that will help
26:27 to:
Peggy George
Ripple Reader is wonderful! Kathy Cassidy is such a fantastic first grade teacher to connect your class with! She even connects with pre-service teachers who she uses as mentors for her students
26:28 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
http://globalreadaloud.blogspot.com/2010/09/we-survived-we-connected-and-we-loved.html Great project by Pernille Ripp @4thgrdteach
26:28 to:
virginia alberti
audio is jumping
26:38 to:
patti ruffing
@Zoe do they use your Skype account, do you have several for school use?
26:56 to:
Peggy George
thank you all for sharing your links in the chat! so helpful to be able to explore them later!!
27:23 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
@aviva what's your skype name
27:35 to:
Peggy George
that is incredible!! a math expert skyping in to teach her class!!! :-)
27:53 to:
wackjacq
Teachers: If you are stuck and have a tech problem, ask a student or go to you tube.
27:53 to:
Peggy George
brings a whole new meaning to "friends" :-)
27:56 to:
stidmama
I LOVE the collaboration possibilities!
28:06 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
I'm opening up my 9th grade curriculum this year- kids choosing what they want to learn. Had one choose flash programming(which I don't know well enuf to teach_ Lucky to find an expert mentor who has
28:06 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
agreed to help him. Excited about the possibilities
28:07 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
@janwells - It's aviva.dunsiger. Love Skyping with other classes!
28:28 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
http://aroundtheworldwith80schools.net/ Great Skyping project!
28:53 to:
jaszarka 6
I think thats a great idea to have students choose their learning. It gets them involved and interested in the classroom! good luck Maureen!
28:54 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
Lisa @teachingwthsoul We're participating in the Global Read Aloud Project
28:54 to:
KathyPerret
Love the joy in learning I'm seeing from teachers/students using Web 2.0.
28:58 to:
Peggy George
this video from Zoe shows great examples of her kids using Skype: http://pipedreams-education.ca/2009/09/08/travel-the-world-in-a-day/ (Travel World in Day-blog post by Zoe about multiple Skype call
28:58 to:
Peggy George
s in one day)
29:03 to:
doriedance
We've skyped with Aviva's class! =0)
29:12 to:
Peggy George
http://thecleversheep.blogspot.com/2010/08/co-creating-with-creative-commons.html (Rodd Lucier: co-creating a Creative Commons Field Guide with innovative ways teachers and students can use Creative
29:12 to:
Peggy George
Commons in classroom)
29:17 to:
wackjacq
@Mareen I have taken the leap of faith with empowering the students to explore the curriculum this year!
29:18 to:
safgilani
we had a chance to watch a similar eluminate discussion with rodd in our tech class last week..So insightful and interesting!
29:19 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I loved doing that Dorie! My students did too!
29:47 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
Anyone here doing the One Day on Earth Project? http://www.onedayonearth.org/
29:59 to:
doriedance
It was great! Kiddos loved it!
30:14 to:
Lorna Costantini
@thecleversheep
30:16 to:
Kim Caise
rodd did a great session on twitter 4 teachers for us last year
30:22 to:
glumb
This Saturday morning class is always my favorite resource. Awesome information!
30:22 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Hey Maureen! I'm planning on it!
30:24 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I teach Ancient Times 6th and Language Arts in Spanish in Oregon would love to share and collaborate
30:35 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
For sure, Dorie! It was a math Skype call too, which was really fun for a change!
30:37 to:
jackiegerstein
Looking at http://globalreadaloud.blogspot.com/
30:54 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
where do I do this?
30:58 to:
Peggy George
we've had Rodd Lucier on our show talking all about ways to use Twitter! http://live.classroom20.com/1/category/roddlucier/1.html
31:01 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
FUN skype project O.R.E.O. (Projects by Jen - Jen Wagner)
31:02 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
I asked the "film" teacher to do it... but don't think it's happening. Cannot force changes, but wish I could
31:16 to:
patti ruffing
Edublogs student blogging challenge is a great way to connect also http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/
31:24 to:
Peggy George
Jen Wagner organizes such fun global online projects!!
31:27 to:
Mark Wickens
i am a neophyte to rwitter! better figure it out and it's academic applications. sounds exciting!
31:36 to:
Mark Wickens
twitter lol
31:47 to:
wackjacq
twitter search is very useful
32:01 to:
Peggy George
that webinar with Rodd Lucier was excellent for an introduction to using twitter with your students :-)
32:09 to:
Lorna Costantini
lets share our Twitter ID's for @Mark Wickend
32:13 to:
Lorna Costantini
@lornacost
32:19 to:
Mark Wickens
wikens
32:19 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@bcdtech
32:23 to:
Kim Caise
@kcaise
32:26 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Maureen..I have to ask permission for everything I do. I haven't asked yet about One Day on Earth.
32:26 to:
Mark Wickens
wickens 00ps
32:26 to:
Lorna Costantini
wickens :)
32:26 to:
Peggy George
Aviva is MY model for using technology to connect with parents!!
32:29 to:
wackjacq
@wackjacq
32:31 to:
Peggy George
@pgeorge
32:40 to:
stidmama
@stidmama
32:41 to:
patti ruffing
@patti211
32:52 to:
doriedance
@mrsglynnsclass 2nd grade class @doriedance-me
32:54 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
I agree with you Peggy!
32:59 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Thanks Peggy and thanks Zoe too! I definitely watch the followers very carefully (on both my class accounts and my own account too). A closed account makes sense too!
33:00 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
we can have a classroom website?
33:07 to:
Kim Caise
http://live.classroom20.com/1/category/roddlucier/1.html
33:09 to:
jackiegerstein
Love these personal goals - nice
33:10 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@McTeach- I don't have to ask permission, but I am more overwhelmed than usual this year and trying to get others to actually do something
33:27 to:
wackjacq
My students had to come up with their own goals for the year-together
33:35 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
@Maureen...that can be even more challenging!
33:44 to:
Tracy Fitzwater
love the goals = it's what I want to do with my high school kids
34:03 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
@janwells twitter
34:07 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
@ShellTerrell amazing resource for all teachers~>http://teacherbootcamp.edublogs.org/
34:20 to:
wackjacq
@Tracy vision and mission statements
34:28 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
http://teacherbootcamp.edublogs.org/
34:29 to:
roxanne clement
@rclement twitter
34:31 to:
blalrteach
@blairteach on Twitter
34:37 to:
safgilani
Zoe had us (Teacher Candidates) start blogs! It is such a great way to share resources, and start meaningful discussions between educators
34:38 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I agree, Lisa! This is a great resource!
34:48 to:
Peggy George
This is the correct link for Zoe's blog--I'll fix it in the gl.am links http://pipedreams-education.ca/
34:52 to:
Tracy Fitzwater
I tell them it's collaborate, communicate, and 21st century skills with geography
34:54 to:
KathyPerret
@KathyPerret on Twitter. Love adding to my PLN!
35:05 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Isn't that amazing and so uplifting for him
35:07 to:
eskymcilvain
my 7th graders are hesitant about blogging - many are pushing back - that surprised me - but I think it will change with experience and practice
35:22 to:
wackjacq
Geography is so important in our shrinking world
35:23 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
I had parents complaining about one teacher's blog, because she has last year's work on it... a little education helped them understand that this is a record of student work- not something disposable
35:23 to:
William Vegazo Muro
Im in 10/10/10 http://puentesalmundo.net/node/835 spanish teachers
35:33 to:
eskymcilvain
slide rocket?
35:40 to:
Peggy George
you pre-service teachers are sooooo lucky to be learning from Zoe!
35:45 to:
jaszarka 6
Blogs are a great way to share resources but also i think would be a great way to keep parents informed in the classroom @safgilani!
35:57 to:
Lorna Costantini
There is such a great opportunity for teachers to help parents how this works
35:58 to:
safgilani
exactly, when used correctly blogs can be used as an online portfolio
36:01 to:
patti ruffing
had one 8th grade parent write "I do not want my daughter to use blog, wikis, podcasting, or any of that 'stuff'
36:11 to:
wackjacq
blogging is problably a great wat to reflect and share in PLC's
36:14 to:
Kim Caise
this young man writes a blog from a hospital here in town. he skypes in to his classroom http://www.andyshospital.blogspot.com/
36:21 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I agree @jaszarka! I have lots of blogs: both student ones plus my own. Great collection of work. Really shows growth!
36:22 to:
Lorna Costantini
@patti - the media serves as the teacher
36:23 to:
Peggy George
http://middleschool101.edublogs.org/2010/03/21/a-walk-down-memory-lane-with-google-street-view/ (Blog post by Megan Palevich, Middle School teacher about using Google Street View to take a virtual wa
36:23 to:
Peggy George
lk down memory lane)
36:24 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
gracias William
36:41 to:
doriedance
@bcdtech I like that idea-not disposable
36:42 to:
KathyPerret
I do want to learn more about blogging with students. Goal of mine this year.
36:51 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
Yay for Megan @mrspal...I love her!
37:07 to:
jaszarka 6
@ patti ruffing, what do you do when a parent tells you they don't want their child involved? do you have to stop using social networks in your class?
37:16 to:
Kim Caise
blogging with students session http://live.classroom20.com/1/post/2009/01/31-january-2009blogging-with-students.html
37:23 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Lisa...I agree! @mrspal is awesome!
37:32 to:
KathyPerret
Thanks, Kim.
37:34 to:
jackiegerstein
It will be the kids that become advocates of change - when they want to use the tools-learn outside of school, then parents and other teachers will (hopefully) see the value
37:39 to:
wackjacq
blogs are great way for students to do divergent thinking
37:46 to:
Kim Caise
usually when the goals and safeguards in place are discussed with parents they usually give their consent
37:50 to:
Peggy George
http://logan213.edublogs.org/ (Logan –student blog: sliderocket example)
37:51 to:
jackiegerstein
blogs also elicit an authentic audience
37:56 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
That gives me an idea... I will have grandparents in the room for 2 classes in early Oct... Maybe have them do a VT -walk down memory lane. Last year I had 5th graders interview their GP... this year
37:56 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
it'll be 7th gr and 8th grade- will have to think about it
37:59 to:
patti ruffing
classblogmeister created by David Warlick is very safe; have been using it for 4 years now http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=81192
38:03 to:
Kim Caise
absolutely jackie
38:15 to:
jackiegerstein
:) Kim
38:34 to:
wackjacq
edublogs
38:49 to:
Kim Caise
i was really moved by the postings on this young man's blog http://www.andyshospital.blogspot.com/
38:58 to:
Myra
this has been so informative but must leave for now many thanks!
39:02 to:
mikegretz
Maureen I also put last years student safety videos on youtube...as examples for this years students
39:05 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
I send out permission form- opt in or make appt to talk to me... works well
39:31 to:
wackjacq
low tech blogging: large butcher paper
39:47 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
how did she learn how to embed before teaching the kids?
39:59 to:
Kim Caise
http://gl.am/82Ycb
40:03 to:
jackiegerstein
ask McTeach to share her blog about teaching kids to blog using paper and stickey notes
40:07 to:
Peggy George
http://gl.am/82Ycb All of Zoe's links are here
40:15 to:
patti ruffing
using your PLN and attending webinars like this is a great way to learn before teaching to kids
40:20 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Hey Jackie! Thanks for mentioning me! :)
40:29 to:
Peggy George
it will take you hours/days to explore everything on her site!! Incredible resources and examples!
40:33 to:
jackiegerstein
But in your link about that McTeach
40:43 to:
jaszarka 6
what a great way to encorporate global literacy into the classroom!
40:50 to:
KathyPerret
Perfect integration for second language learners!
40:53 to:
wackjacq
low tech twitter: large envelopes with paper inside for DM's
41:00 to:
jaszarka 6
incorporate*
41:07 to:
Peggy George
did you hear that?? blogging in the summer?? :-) love it!
41:08 to:
jackiegerstein
technology offers the ultimate differentiated instruction tool
41:14 to:
Peggy George
Storybird is a fantastic tool!
41:18 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Here's my blogging with paper activity: http://www.notesfrommcteach.com/2010/09/learning-to-blog-using-paper.html
41:27 to:
jackiegerstein
tkx Karen
41:28 to:
wackjacq
thanks, Karen
41:30 to:
safgilani
that it a really powerful story! What a way to encourage ESL/ELL learners in the classroom!
41:33 to:
Kim Caise
that would freak me out too!
41:33 to:
patti ruffing
i approved blog posts over the summer, several kids wrote constantly
41:34 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Thank you, Jackie!
41:35 to:
Peggy George
thanks a lot McTeach for sharing your link!
41:40 to:
doriedance
I like it! =0) @wackjacq
41:46 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
My pleasure, Peggy!
41:47 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@Peggy- StoryBird is getting a lot more material to use now, much more useful
42:09 to:
Peggy George
I'm hearing about a lot more teachers beginning to use StoryBird. Glad to hear you say that Maureen
42:09 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
http://storybird.com/ Great site and app!
42:17 to:
KathyPerret
Love the paper blog idea as a start, McTeach (Karen) Thanks!
42:18 to:
Kim Caise
sue waters recommends setting up rss feeds for each student's blog
42:28 to:
Peggy George
we all recognize that image if we use google docs :-)
42:37 to:
jackiegerstein
Did an overnight with Junior High students this past week (I am the tech instructor). A parent asked me to offer technology classes for parents so they can keep up - excited!
42:48 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Thanks Kathy! It's a lot of fun!
42:53 to:
eskymcilvain
"silent conversations" (passed paper) are also a great way to practice blogging
42:54 to:
Kim Caise
how awesome jackie!
42:57 to:
jackiegerstein
:)
42:57 to:
Peggy George
http://pathwaytobigideas.wikispaces.com/ (Pathways to Big Ideas Wikispace-Big Idea Planning)
43:13 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
We use Google Sites for kids blogs. Doesn't have RSS!
43:15 to:
mikegretz
i have students do online journal with google docs...the uses are endless..love google calender
43:16 to:
Peggy George
http://space213.wikispaces.com/ (Space213 Wikispace: Culminating Activities Examples-Glogster
43:19 to:
safgilani
As pre-service students we always learn that formative assessment is the most important type of assessment in today's classrooms. It seems like a great idea to integrate technology into these practice
43:19 to:
safgilani
s
43:28 to:
wackjacq
wikispaces gives teachers more space
43:32 to:
Kim Caise
there are web sites that will generate a free rss feed for you
43:34 to:
patti ruffing
issues with under age 13 using Google Docs?
43:42 to:
Peggy George
that is very helpful for thinking about ways to assess learning with these kinds of projects
43:50 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Kim...really?
43:51 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I agree! I really like Wallwisher for formative assessment: great for an "exit card."
43:54 to:
Kim Caise
yes
43:59 to:
eskymcilvain
I have parents sign a Web 2.0 contract (ala David Warlick)
44:07 to:
Peggy George
that is exactly how I learn--looking at what others are doing/using!
44:11 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
Join us for New Teacher Chat #ntchat on Twitter. Here is our wiki http://newteacherchat.wikispaces.com/
44:12 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
For many blogs, sites- you can just add the /feed to the address and it will work
44:27 to:
Kim Caise
i use this one karen http://feedity.com/
44:28 to:
Mark Wickens 1
sharing with each other as teachers is key form of PD..
44:36 to:
Peggy George
http://gallery.me.com/zpipe#100046 (Video: Stop Motion –Example from Tech Camp featuring Olympics)
44:41 to:
mcluhansghost
Is anyone else as inspired as me by Zoe's enthusiasm right now?
44:46 to:
jackiegerstein
no Patti - you can create "dummy" emails for use of Google Docs - issues with under 13 revolve around privacy
44:57 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Absolutely!! Zoe is very inspiring!
44:58 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Thanks Kim!!! That will be so helpful with 70 kids to follow!
45:03 to:
safgilani
@Aviva I am definitely going to have to check Wallwisher out!
45:08 to:
wackjacq
inspired by her tenacity-not always easy to implement
45:12 to:
Peggy George
http://olympic2010.wikispaces.com/ (Student Wikispace Example-Olympics)
45:25 to:
Mark Wickens 1
absolutely ...mcluhansghost:
45:27 to:
Kim Caise
makes it very easy. especially if you add the feeds to a netvibes page for each class period
45:29 to:
Peggy George
the links I am sharing are all from Zoe and are in the gl.am links today
45:32 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Hope you like it @safgilani! I like it for my students ... great for all subject areas too!
45:44 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Kim...that's exactly what I'd like to do!
45:49 to:
Kim Flack
i am always so glad you have the gl.am links for us!!!
45:52 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
You can also use a filter in gmail to pull all the moderation notices into one folder. I tend to check my mail more often than my reader- so this works better for me
46:04 to:
jackiegerstein
Directions for A Walk Down Memory Lane https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B-FMyl7j8Ux-NGRiMTg5NGYtZjc2Zi00NGJlLTk4Y2YtMGRkMTA4YTRhMmVj&hl=en Going to recommend this to the JH science teacher who is
46:04 to:
jackiegerstein
having students study specific scientists and how they lived
46:06 to:
wackjacq
Standardization is the problem-NCLB
46:12 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Oh, have you already shared the glam links, glam ladies?
46:18 to:
Peggy George
what an exciting way for students to be involved with the Olympic Torch experience
46:25 to:
Kim Caise
or set up a rule that directs the email to a specific folder when it arrives in the inbox
46:38 to:
Kim Caise
http://gl.am/82Ycb
46:44 to:
jackiegerstein
am a diigo fan myself :)
46:47 to:
Peggy George
http://www.delicious.com/zoebraniganpipe (Delicious: Bookmarked sites shared by Zoe Branigan-Pipe)
46:47 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
Thanks for the link @jackiegerstein
46:50 to:
wackjacq
Delicious is awesome- come to mine
46:53 to:
Kim Caise
love evernote!
46:56 to:
jackiegerstein
sure @Maureen
47:08 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I LOVE Evernote too! Use it for all of my assessment. Track everything in here.
47:09 to:
Peggy George
https://www.evernote.com/Login.action?targetUrl=%2FHome.action (Evernote home page)
47:23 to:
wackjacq
I use evernote on iphone-unbelievable
47:39 to:
Kim Caise
i use on ipad, itouch, blackberry and laptop
47:39 to:
DigitalNomad
http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/ict/evernote/
47:41 to:
KathyPerret
New to Evernote, too. So much new learning. Love it!
47:55 to:
stidmama
I get overwhelmed with all the choices and web tools...
48:08 to:
Kim Caise
role modeling is essential for student participating
48:15 to:
Peggy George
This is Zoe's YouTube channel--subscribe to it :-) http://www.youtube.com/user/pipedreams213
48:18 to:
wackjacq
You all know about http://www.teachertube.com ?
48:20 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@stidmama- just choose 1 tool and play with it. You don't have to use them all
48:38 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I'd say pick one too, Stidmama, and keep building on that! Twitter and blogs are great ways to start.
48:39 to:
JimHoffman
DropBox is the tool I use the most
48:47 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
http://www.edutopia.org/ Great resources!
48:49 to:
wackjacq
Abandon the ones that don't seem useful there are so mnay to choose from.
48:50 to:
stidmama
@maureen and aviva. thanks!
49:05 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
We're following in the footsteps of the Book Whisperer this year! Kids are now begging me for silent reading time!
49:07 to:
Kim Caise
learning to use and expand my knowledge with livebinders
49:08 to:
Peggy George
is our show with EduTecher.net Adam Bellow shared some tips about ways to use YouTube videos when they are blocked in your district. Excellent tips.
49:09 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@stidmama- I give my middle school kids a list of tools that may work for them- they choose. I honestly am not the expert on each tool- but learn as I go
49:09 to:
Kim Flack
lol
49:11 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
http://www.edutopia.org/groups/new-teacher-connections Many groups available, as well.
49:18 to:
Kim Caise
that is awesome karen! so exciting!
49:32 to:
wackjacq
A teacher's wish: Kindle or Nook for all students!
49:39 to:
maryW
Tons of information, thank you
49:42 to:
Peggy George
Edutopia has so many valuable resources for us!!
49:46 to:
stidmama
that is a great idea, maureen! I am about to teach a unit on storytelling, and that would give them choices (7th grade)
50:01 to:
Peggy George
I would love to be a student in Zoe's classroom!!!!
50:06 to:
Althea (twitter name=orlama)
Althea-fantastic to see print, teachers writing as well as web learning.
50:09 to:
Kim Caise
learning is messy
50:10 to:
jackiegerstein
Heard a quote "Kids don't wake up and go to school saying, 'How can I meet the standards today'?
50:12 to:
wackjacq
photostory 3 -for HS
50:21 to:
Peggy George
everything doesn't have to be technology!! Zoe is showing some excellent examples of this
50:22 to:
Kim Caise
good point jackie
50:27 to:
jackiegerstein
and chaotic @Kim
50:34 to:
Kim Caise
and loud
50:36 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I would too! Zoe's classroom looks amazing!!
50:48 to:
stidmama
I am SO glad that Zoe is reminding us that the "old technologies -- paper, chalkboards, books) work too
50:54 to:
Peggy George
http://math247.pbworks.com/Mathcasts+-+Pencasts+-+LiveScribe+SmartPen#Howtocreateandshareapencast (Tim Fahlberg: How to Create a Mathcast/Pencast using a LiveScribe Pulse Smartpen)
50:58 to:
Katrina
Zoe - you really make it fun and dynamic - Kudos to you!
51:05 to:
wackjacq
"How did kids learn before schools?"-Marcia Tate
51:10 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
Sure- give them a list. I have one on diigo- haven't updated it lately, but it's a place to start http://www.diigo.com/list/mctumenas/storytelling
51:12 to:
Peggy George
http://gallery.me.com/zpipe#100043 (Video: Lawfield School/Grade Five South Pole Expedition)
51:12 to:
Kim Caise
what do you call that machine that create purple ink worksheets?
51:14 to:
stidmama
LOL wackjacq
51:21 to:
jackiegerstein
mimeography
51:26 to:
Peggy George
http://gallery.me.com/zpipe#100047 (Video: Alberta/Ontario Classrooms Connecting on Skype)
51:36 to:
stidmama
ah, the refreshing scent of freshly mimeographed papers...
51:41 to:
Peggy George
http://leah213.edublogs.org/2010/05/12/oil-spill-in-mexico/ (Leah –student blog: Oil)
51:43 to:
Kim Caise
mimeograph?
51:49 to:
jackiegerstein
loved that scent when I was a kid
51:52 to:
Mark Wickens 1
I ma intersted in the pen!
51:55 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Love the Livescribe Pen it is the greatest
51:57 to:
Peggy George
http://livewithlivescribe.edublogs.org/ (Blog post by teachers in TEACHER LEADING AND LEARNING PROJECT/ONTARIO MINISTRY OF EDUCATION/HWDSB re: learning experiences with LiveScribe)
51:57 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
I love the Livescribe Pen! So glad Zoe taught me so much about it!
52:04 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.livescribe.com/en-us/
52:06 to:
stidmama
mimeography stopped being used in the last 1970s and early 1980s
52:10 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
Do you have to use special paper for this one?
52:23 to:
Mark Wickens 1
I have a student who just asked me for a lecture recording device in Africa...hmm! sounds good1
52:24 to:
stidmama
it was a duplication machine before xerox
52:25 to:
wackjacq
Micro lessons:http://www.screenjelly.com/
52:32 to:
Peggy George
WOW!!!!! Incredible Zoe!! Thank you so much!!!
52:37 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
EXCELLENT Thank you so much
52:41 to:
wackjacq
Thanks, Zoe!
52:41 to:
stidmama
Zoe, this was marvelous!
52:43 to:
KathyPerret
Thanks so much, Zoe!
52:43 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Awesome job, Zoe! You're amazing! Always share so many great ideas! WOW!!!
52:43 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
Wow! Awesome presentation Zoe! Thanks!!
52:47 to:
safgilani
thanks for all of the resources/links!
53:02 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
Wonderful presentation, Zoe!
53:04 to:
maryW
Thank you soooo much, lots here to absorb
53:09 to:
Peggy George
No I met Zoe in the shuttle coming home from ISTE2010 this year :-) I told her we HAD to have her on our show!
53:23 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Yes Maureen! There's special paper for the Livescribe Pen.
53:33 to:
Peggy George
http://gl.am/82Ycb
53:33 to:
Nikki Robertson
Will I be able to access this presentation at a later time to share with others in my school district?
53:35 to:
wackjacq
Zoe, You teach with your heart.
53:36 to:
Carol
Zoe you are a wonderful teacher for students and teachers! Thank you for all your thoughts!
53:36 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@Aviva- is it expensive?
53:44 to:
jaszarka 6
Zoe thank you for allowing me to be apart of your presentation! it was so informative, you did a fantastic job!
53:59 to:
Kim Caise
there are several variations of the smartpen from other manufacturers
54:03 to:
wackjacq
Ye shall know the truth....
54:09 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
half my students do not have internet or computers
54:17 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
@Maureen: It's less that $200 for the pen and the paper.
54:24 to:
Peggy George
After the show we will be posting the full Elluminate recording, mp4 video, mp3 audio and all of the links in our archives: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources.html
54:24 to:
glumb
Outstanding presentation! Sensational teacher. Thanks Zoe!
54:29 to:
Maureen(@bcdtech)
@Aviva- thanks
54:39 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Happy to help, Maureen!
54:40 to:
safgilani
social justice/equity=technology..what a great perspective to hold as a future educator! Thanks for the advice Zoe
54:58 to:
Peggy George
the world time and date site really helps for time zones!
55:21 to:
Mark Wickens 1
i am having a tough time skyping with south africa - they are 6 hours ahead
55:29 to:
Peggy George
I even keep several different time zone clocks on my iGoogle home page so I know exactly what time it is in Australia :-)
55:36 to:
Mark Wickens 1
but we are giving it a go!
55:42 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I did skype with China once
55:46 to:
mikegretz
Zoe thank you for sharing
55:50 to:
doriedance
Good idea, Peggy! Thanks.
55:58 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Thank you for addressing the time zone for me
56:01 to:
maryW
new concept evening classes
56:05 to:
Zoe
Great Idea!
56:34 to:
Nikki Robertson
Thanks you for presenting. This was very informative and energizing!
57:10 to:
Peggy George
this is my favorite tool for figuring out time zones: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/
57:15 to:
virginia alberti
no audio
57:24 to:
wackjacq
goggle video chat is free with your gmail account and a widget
57:25 to:
Peggy George
that's so funny Zoe!
57:34 to:
Mark Wickens 1
sound!!!
57:36 to:
Peggy George
turn your mic back on Zoe :-) perfect
57:38 to:
KathyPerret
ok now
57:38 to:
Katrina
good
57:39 to:
wackjacq
i hear you now
57:46 to:
Mark Wickens 1
you are back!
58:20 to:
Peggy George
you always have to be careful when you're using a mic :-)
58:27 to:
Carol
risk taking is part of learning
58:33 to:
Len H
:)
58:33 to:
bob grand
Thanks so much!! Great addition to our class today. We learned a lot and you have us all thinking!! Have a great day all!
58:48 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I am so amazed Thank You! Gracias
58:51 to:
jaszarka 6
thank you zoe!
58:54 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Wonderful job, Zoe!!
59:01 to:
Kim Flack
thank you so much Zoe!!! fantastic show!
59:05 to:
wackjacq
This was awesome Zoe- gratias tibi ago
59:08 to:
Katrina
thank you, thank you, excellent!
59:09 to:
Peggy George
Feel free to stay on if you have questions for Zoe or would like to share your own experiences! We'll keep the recording going if you need to leave :-)
59:15 to:
KathyPerret
Thank you, Zoe! Powerful and empowering!
59:16 to:
doriedance
Thanks Zoe! Loved it!
59:20 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
Great Job, Zoe! Thanks so much!
59:23 to:
Megan @mrspal
Hey Zoe...I just caught the tail end of this...will have to get the archive, but great job as always!!
59:33 to:
Zoe
I'll stay on...thanks so much to everyone for giving me an opportunity to share
59:39 to:
stidmama
Thank you so much for this! I always love the Saturday sessions...
59:39 to:
@shamblesguru
Announcement : iPad Apps Party on ISTE Island in Second Life ... this coming Thursday 6:00pm California time ... more details at http://shambles.titanpad.com/ipadapps
59:40 to:
Peggy George
I'm so excited about all of our upcoming shows!
59:50 to:
Althea (twitter name=orlama)
Althea: As always an informative and inspiring show.
59:57 to:
Zoe
@megan, I talked about your gogle map lesson..
1:00:10 to:
Megan @mrspal
ooo yippee!! Thanks for sharing!
1:00:20 to:
wackjacq
Please follow me on twitter, and I will follow you!
1:00:23 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Yay Peggy!!!!
1:00:34 to:
Peggy George
thanks McTeach :-)
1:00:34 to:
William Vegazo Muro
http://novedadesdelasemana.blogspot.com/2010/09/one-day-on-earth-101010.html
1:00:39 to:
Kim Flack
thank you so much Peggy for certificates and everyone on the Classroom 2.0 LIVE team!! you guys are fantastic! :)
1:00:41 to:
Zoe
I am @zbpipe on twitter
1:00:47 to:
wackjacq
Thanks to the moderators! :)
1:00:58 to:
Peggy George
I am very excited that we have an iTunesU channel!!! love being able to watch our show on my ipod!
1:01:20 to:
mikegretz
peggy thats awwesome
1:01:28 to:
Katrina
terrific
1:01:31 to:
Peggy George
hope you enjoy that feature :-)
1:01:45 to:
wackjacq
Thanks, Steve, Zoe and moderators!
1:01:47 to:
Mark Wickens 1
awesome job partner!!! Enjoyed your lecture and loved this new plateform.
1:01:52 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Thank you You are amazing Zoe
1:01:54 to:
Peggy George
Zoe you are incredible!! Thank you so much for sharing your teaching world with us!!
1:01:54 to:
Jenny Ashby
gr* I didnt know about iTunes U and Classroom 2.0
1:01:56 to:
jackiegerstein
Name screen is not big enough to show all of our virtual applause
1:01:59 to:
Holley Stabler
lost audio
1:02:01 to:
Zoe
ou @Kathleen
1:02:07 to:
Peggy George
Please raise your hand and we'll give you the mic!
1:02:11 to:
Zoe
Thank you Kathleen
1:02:11 to:
patti ruffing
thanks, Zoe, awesome information
1:02:14 to:
Jenny Ashby
Great session Zoe!
1:02:16 to:
virginia alberti
Great Peggy, Kim and Lorna!
1:02:18 to:
KathyPerret
@KathyPerret
1:02:19 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
@McTeach
1:02:24 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
@gret
1:02:27 to:
virginia alberti
THANKS Zoe! very interesting
1:02:27 to:
Sue Neese
Twitter & Plurk name: Eleanor_Rigby
1:02:27 to:
Tracy Fitzwater
@tracyafitz
1:02:30 to:
mcluhansghost
@redfearn
1:02:31 to:
Megan @mrspal
@mrspal
1:02:36 to:
Zoe
@Jenny! thanks for coming, what time is it?
1:02:38 to:
virginia alberti
@viralber
1:02:39 to:
patti ruffing
@patti211
1:02:41 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
@grade1
1:02:42 to:
Tracy Fitzwater
Plurk = lovesfabric
1:02:48 to:
Peggy George
anyone want to know more about Livescribe examples from Zoe? I would :-)
1:02:48 to:
Carol
@carolgau
1:02:49 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
@teachingwthsoul Love to connect and learn!
1:02:51 to:
Eileen K
Do you have a specific form for students to have parental permission to go online with other classes?
1:02:52 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Kathleen @kmb211
1:02:57 to:
mikegretz
seems twitter just starting to take off in Canada..last semester students never heard of it
1:03:05 to:
Jenny Ashby
3am now in OZ trying not to wake everyone
1:03:05 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
I would too!
1:03:07 to:
patti ruffing
@eileen great question
1:03:15 to:
virginia alberti
thnks zoe from italy
1:03:16 to:
Zoe
@Jenny, that is dedication!
1:03:17 to:
Peggy George
so sorry we can't hear you wackjacq
1:03:37 to:
Jenny Ashby
Lucky Im on Holiday
1:03:39 to:
Peggy George
great question Eileen!!!
1:03:41 to:
Kim Flack
thank you again all! have a wonderful rest of your weekend!
1:03:51 to:
Peggy George
bye Kim-have a great weekend!
1:03:56 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
I would love this
1:04:37 to:
KathyPerret
I'd love a way to share permission forms.
1:04:48 to:
Aviva (@grade1)
Thanks again, Zoe! Always great hearing what you have to say.
1:04:52 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Awesome stuff this morning, Thank you Zoe!!!
1:04:52 to:
patti ruffing
I use a form that says "this is what we do and here are our policies" regarding web2.0 tools and the signature that the online policies have been read...I do not ask for permission, just awareness
1:05:00 to:
jackiegerstein
Great - thanks!
1:05:02 to:
mcluhansghost
Zoe, you use a lot of technology in the classroom - how would you describe your relationship with I.T. Services at your boards?
1:05:04 to:
Peggy George
so inspiring Zoe! Thank you so much!
1:05:33 to:
Peggy George
This would be a great webinar to share with your teachers at school--play the recording for them and pause it as you go to talk about the ideas
1:05:52 to:
Sue Neese
Great idea about sharing webinar w/staff.
1:05:58 to:
Kerry
Hi, I'm here in NZ and have problems with accessing the right time, even though I used the time zone clock I missed most of todays session, what time do you start?
1:05:59 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
When your students do not have all these advantages what do you do
1:06:19 to:
Peggy George
@mcluhansghost--that is such an important question! the collaboration between IT services and teachers is so important
1:06:21 to:
Kim Caise
we start as 12pm EST (USA)
1:06:24 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon
if half the students do and the others do not
1:06:30 to:
Lorna Costantini
@Kerry (gmt-4 )
1:06:40 to:
Kerry
thanks Kim
1:06:40 to:
Megan @mrspal
You're not an outlier Zoe...you're a "positive deviant" :o)
1:06:40 to:
mikegretz
Sofia can be very tough
1:06:40 to:
patti ruffing
I am the tech teacher AND the whole IT dept...has its good and bad points
1:06:52 to:
Peggy George
Kerry if you click on the time zone conversion on our website homepage it will show you exactly what the time is for you
1:07:11 to:
stidmama
my cooperating teacher encouraged me to reserve the laptop cart for two weeks for my students as I teach this next month, so that we can be sure all of them have access.
1:07:26 to:
Peggy George
this was the time zone conversion link for today: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?month=09&day=25&year=2010&hour=12&min=0&sec=0&p1=179
1:07:40 to:
Zoe
Thanks again, for joining me today and keep in touch through our networks!
1:07:46 to:
Jenny Ashby
thx for sharing Zoe, love working with you.
1:07:51 to:
@shamblesguru
Do you record your Skype sessions?
1:07:57 to:
virginia alberti
y
1:08:10 to:
Zoe
@shambles - yes often I do
1:08:12 to:
Kerry
thanks Peggy we just shifted to daylight saving so that's why I missed it :(
1:08:14 to:
Peggy George
fantastic wackjacq!!! so glad to hear you!
1:08:39 to:
Peggy George
@Kerry--that is always tricky when the actual daylight savings times change!!!
1:08:44 to:
@shamblesguru
Thx .... what do you use to record the sessions?
1:08:55 to:
Mark Wickens 1
I would like to know more about the pen that records lectures. Where can I see that. Is there a product name Zoe?
1:08:58 to:
Kim Caise
i love mp3 recorder for recording skype calls
1:09:16 to:
Lorna Costantini
@Mark LiveScribe
1:09:22 to:
Kim Caise
http://www.livescribe.com/en-us/
1:09:51 to:
Peggy George
@Shambles are you wondering about recording both the video and audio skype sessions? Zoe's movie examples in the links today will give you an idea and I think she is using a video camera
1:10:21 to:
Peggy George
@Mark--that was the Livescribe pen. Isn't it amazing?!
1:10:28 to:
wackjacq
thanks!
1:10:31 to:
Jenny Ashby
yes I think we havent got tech savvy student teachers yet
1:10:36 to:
Peggy George
http://www.livescribe.com/en-us/ (LiveScribe Pen information)
1:10:49 to:
Peggy George
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/19/magazine/19Livescribe-t.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all (New York Times article about Livescribe and examples of how it is used)
1:10:55 to:
mikegretz
seems even a lot of younger teachers are scared of new technologies
1:11:00 to:
wackjacq
What does she think of Ken Robinson's ideas?
1:11:02 to:
Katrina
becoming tech savvy takes a lot of practice
1:11:03 to:
@soltauheller - sarah
were to get in canada?
1:11:09 to:
Peggy George
that is an excellent New York Times article with lots of examples for Livescribe pens
1:11:10 to:
@soltauheller - sarah
where?
1:11:48 to:
Kerry
I'm a student teacher here in NZ and frustrated at the lack of tech skills offered in the course. I benefit most from these type of sessions
1:11:52 to:
@shamblesguru
My 'prediction' is in the next 2 years we are going to see ten years of progress ... and the reason for that will be tablets like the iPad ... imho ... be careful not to blink ...
1:11:52 to:
wackjacq
learning as an organic process-yes!
1:12:00 to:
Jenny Ashby
learning is catchy so when teachers are learning so are students
1:12:00 to:
Mark Wickens 1
luv ken Robinson. I show his video clip in the Methods Course at Brock for fac. of ed students
1:12:02 to:
mikegretz
Katrina i agree and patience as well...i teach high school offsite in a hotel....im my own it guy lol
1:12:16 to:
wackjacq
Me too'
1:12:18 to:
Lorna Costantini
Zoe is inspiring
1:12:22 to:
Katrina
wow, mike, that is great
1:12:40 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Love the new series idea!!!
1:12:50 to:
Peggy George
We got to see Sir Ken present in person here in AZ last fall and it was wonderful!!
1:12:52 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
Awesome idea!
1:13:04 to:
@shamblesguru
nice idea .... congrats
1:13:05 to:
Megan @mrspal
Very exciting!
1:13:06 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
plurk Jan Wells twitter janwells
1:13:08 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Love listening to teachers in the classroom!
1:13:09 to:
Peggy George
Thanks McTeach! We think so too!!
1:13:15 to:
doriedance
Love it!
1:13:20 to:
mikegretz
I love this idea monthly chats with a teacher
1:13:24 to:
Lisa @teachingwthsoul
This is a great series...thank you so much for offering!
1:13:27 to:
Peggy George
We will be tapping our PLN to find our Featured Teachers :-)
1:13:42 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
Thanks to all - awesome learning
1:13:42 to:
Kerry
can you please put that link in here:)
1:13:46 to:
Zoe
I'm off to an Art Crawl in Hamilton, Ontario for the rest of the day, Enjoy your weekend everybody!
1:13:53 to:
Kim Caise
http://live.classroom20.com
1:13:55 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Again thank you so much for sharing. Have a great day.
1:13:58 to:
wackjacq
What is there for teachers looking for other classrooms to collaborate on Skype -like penpals?
1:14:09 to:
William Vegazo Muro
saludos from Lima Perú
1:14:11 to:
mcluhansghost
Thanks Zoe! @redfearn
1:14:12 to:
roxanne clement
were there glam links today?
1:14:13 to:
mikegretz
Grape Wine Festival in ˜iagara
1:14:18 to:
wackjacq
Archives-cool!
1:14:24 to:
Kim Caise
http://gl.am/82Ycb
1:14:30 to:
Peggy George
It's really easy to share these recordings with others because you can pause as often as you need to in order to talk/answer questions and you can replay parts you want to hear again!
1:14:36 to:
roxanne clement
thanks Peggy
1:14:51 to:
wackjacq
Looking for another Latin class to Skype with.
1:14:53 to:
roxanne clement
I mean Kim
1:14:56 to:
Peggy George
if you miss any of these twitter names you can find them again in the chat log when we post it with the recording
1:14:58 to:
mikegretz
Thank you all
1:15:00 to:
roxanne clement
and Peggy always
1:15:02 to:
wackjacq
cool thanks!
1:15:03 to:
virginia alberti
thanks Peggy!!!
1:15:10 to:
Jan Wells @janwells
@wackjacq skype name mrs.wells4
1:15:12 to:
Kim Caise
http://gl.am/82Ycb
1:15:32 to:
Peggy George
yes that's the gl.am link for today--we also post all of the links separately in our archives for the show
1:15:32 to:
virginia alberti
@viralber
1:15:33 to:
wackjacq
Thanks! Zoe!
1:15:42 to:
virginia alberti
Thanks Zoe!!!!
1:15:49 to:
nikki
Skype name: nugalde1
1:15:51 to:
Peggy George
Thank you everyone for joining us today!! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
1:15:53 to:
Katrina
i'm sutahtwit on twitter
1:15:53 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Kathleen Skype name kmb211
1:15:55 to:
Zoe
twitter: zbpipe
1:15:59 to:
Ricardo E. Valenzuela
thamk you zoe
1:15:59 to:
Jenny Ashby
thanks everyone, bye, back to zzzzzzzzzzzzz!
1:16:02 to:
Mark Wickens 1
brocku.instructor.mark on skype!
1:16:02 to:
Reuven Werber
Reuven Werber @reuw
1:16:02 to:
Peggy George
Twitter: http://twitter.com/zbpipe
1:16:06 to:
Katrina
skype: katrina.way
1:16:07 to:
Zoe
blog: http://pipedreams-education.ca
1:16:12 to:
mikegretz
bye all ...have a grape weekend...skype mike.gretz
1:16:14 to:
Zoe
skype: zbpipe
1:16:14 to:
@shamblesguru
3 min video of Skyping Australia teacher into a Singapore classroom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vY-7XlLvU0g
1:16:20 to:
wackjacq
Gratias-(Thanks?)
1:16:20 to:
Greta Sandler (@gret)
Thanks so much Zoe! Loved your presentation! Thanks Peggy, Lorna and Kim!
1:16:24 to:
Katrina
i spend a lot of time in skype - love to chat about education and learning
1:16:30 to:
McTeach (Karen) 1
Thanks everyone! Fabulous session!!
1:16:43 to:
Mark Wickens 1
awesome job Zoe. Just fabulous! Proud of you!!
1:16:47 to:
roxanne clement
Thanks so much Zoe....energized me today!
1:16:47 to:
Zoe
Thanks to Kim, Peggy, Lorna for arranging this!
1:16:57 to:
maryW
Thank you all, this was awesome!
1:16:58 to:
Kathleen (kmb211)
Thank you so much everyone. Have a great weekend
1:17:00 to:
Katrina
thanks to all of you, especially Zoe for incredible sharing
1:17:02 to:
virginia alberti
great weekend!
1:17:02 to:
wackjacq
tHANKS TO ALL!
1:17:08 to:
Sofia Segurola-Calderon//
GRACIAS