CLASSROOM 2.0 LIVE Webinar Aaron Maurer, Featured Teacher

May 17, 2014

00:05 - Clarissa Reeson
Hi, I'm excited about today's presentation

00:10 - Peggy George
Here we go!!! Welcome to all of you!!

00:21 - Peggy George
Hi nikki! Great to see you!

00:47 - Peggy George
Featured Teacher for May :-) Woot!!!

00:58 - Peggy George
Hi aunttammie! So glad you could join us!

01:15 - Peggy George
Archives for all recordings:

01:18 - aunttammie
Thanks! Good to be here

01:20 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Hello everyone! Really excited to connect with all of you today!

01:20 - Stella Maris Berdaxagar
Hi from Argentina!

01:39 - Peggy George
Great to be joining you from Phoenix AZ!! Going to be over 100 today!

01:45 - Dotty
I am in San Jose, Silicon Valle, Ca

01:48 - @viralber 1

01:51 - aunttammie
Houston, TX

01:51 - Peggy George
Welcome Stella! Love having you join us!!

01:58 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug

02:00 - Holly Harrington
Hello from Bettendorf!

02:05 - Holly Harrington
Yay Iowa!

02:06 - Peggy George
love our global audience!!!!

02:33 - Doug Henry
A little mindstorms

02:41 - Peggy George
awesome feedback!!! Aaron is going to blow you away with his ideas and examples :-)

03:05 - Peggy George
Hi Karen! So great to have you joining us today!!! :-)

03:15 - aunttammie
Not sure what you mean....

03:18 - Sheri
what is student voice?

03:26 - nikki
Hi, Peggy! and Hola, Stella!

03:35 - Peggy George
that's a tough question!!! "true student voice" we probably think we do :-)

03:42 - Clarissa Reeson
I'm not sure

03:43 - Doug Henry
My kids talk all the time...

03:58 - Peggy George

04:02 - Karen L @klirenman
Hi Peggy, nice to be here. It's been a long time.

04:02 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
We will talk about student voice today.

04:17 - Stella Maris Berdaxagar
Their opinion being heard and considered .Empowerment, I guess.

04:31 - Peggy George
one clue is who does all of the talking in class...teachers or stuents :-) but student voice is much more than that

04:53 - Peggy George
very rare for teachers to have time to tinker during the school day!

05:03 - Peggy George
great description Stella :-)

05:13 - @DrThomasHo (moving to Indiana)

05:24 - Peggy George
We are so excited to have Aaron here to share with us!

05:46 - Peggy George
great description!! Aaron is organized and calm :-)

06:07 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Calm and coffee!

06:12 - Peggy George
Our Livebinder for today's links:

06:22 - Peggy George
coffee...the miracle drug :-)

06:32 - Holly Harrington
I believe I work at the Coffeechug Cafe.

06:46 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Yes Holly, you do!

06:50 - Peggy George
you'll find lots of great examples and resources from Aaron in the Livebinder today

06:52 - Holly Harrington

06:58 - Peggy George
fun Holly!!!

07:03 - Holly Harrington

07:08 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
You are a co-owner Holly

07:13 - Holly Harrington

07:22 - Peggy George
Awesome intro Maureen!!!! Thanks!

07:29 - Peggy George

07:51 - Peggy George

08:10 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Sorry to be late. Had to do an update before I could join the session.

08:20 - Peggy George
that is really an interesting thought! how long as web 2.0 been around? :-)

08:35 - Peggy George
Hi Paula! So glad to see you!!

08:40 - Karen L @klirenman
Hi Paula! :-)

08:48 - @bcdtech Maureen
Hi Paula!

08:56 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Peggy and Karen.

08:57 - Peggy George
technology is changing so much so quickly!!

09:04 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Maureen.

09:16 - Peggy George
Welcome Minelle and Elizabeta!!

09:29 - Sheri Edwards @grammasheri
Hello Paula, Peggy, Karen

09:41 - Peggy George
please feel free to type questions for Aaron as we go along :-)

09:45 - Karen L @klirenman
Oh Hi, Sheri. Nice to see you here. :-)

09:52 - Holly Harrington

09:53 - Peggy George
Hi Sheri! Great to see you! Thanks for tweeting about the show!

09:54 - @bcdtech Maureen
Welcome Holly!

09:59 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Sheri. :)

10:08 - Peggy George
so glad that Holly is with us!!

10:18 - Peggy George (Iowa High Five group blog)

10:22 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Love hearing student voices.

10:28 - Peggy George
me too Paula!!

11:34 - Peggy George
student voice makes such an important difference in a school! listening and acting/interacting with them!

11:58 - Peggy George
Choose2Matter has influenced so many of us around the world!

12:08 - Holly Harrington
So true, Peggy!

12:08 - @plnaugle (Paula)
My newest motto as a teacher - Talk less, listen more.

12:09 - @bcdtech Maureen
Hey Lisa!

12:12 - Peggy George
Hi Shamblesguru! Always great to have you in the room!

12:27 - Peggy George
Welcome Ryan and Lisa Durff! So glad you could join us!

12:35 - Peggy George
Welcome Louise! Great to see you!

12:36 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Shambles and Louise.

13:02 - Holly Harrington
It's a big deal. For teachers and students.

13:03 - @mrsmorgansclass Louise
Hi! First time on Blackboard with my iPad.

13:06 - Peggy George
love the name of the group! HighFive!!

13:10 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Lisa Durff!!! Hello.

13:34 - Peggy George (Iowa High Five group blog)

13:34 - Karen L @klirenman
Hi Louise. :-)

13:35 - LucianeCurator @web20education 1
Hi Peggy, Paula , Shamblez

13:44 - Peggy George
Welcome LucianeCurator!

13:55 - Holly Harrington
Nice picture, Maurer.

13:56 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hello Luciane.

14:12 - LucianeCurator @web20education 1
And everyone

14:29 - Peggy George
real human beings with the emphasis on relationships :-)

14:37 - Lisa Durff #2
a crazy Mr. Maurer who loves coffee ....

14:46 - Peggy George
teachers tweeting their projects??? :-) love it!

14:52 - @bcdtech Maureen
very cool

14:54 - Holly Harrington
Great experience for us.

15:08 - Holly Harrington
ISLI is a great conference.

15:10 - Peggy George
is that a 3D coffeemug? :-)

15:24 - Peggy George
Hi Wes! So glad you could join us today!

15:24 - LucianeCurator @web20education 1
Interesting #liveclass20 session again

15:27 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Wes. :)

15:46 - Peggy George
great pics Holly!!

15:53 - wfryer
Hi Paula & Peggy :-)

16:22 - Peggy George
see your mic on Holly. Did you want to speak now?

16:26 - LucianeCurator @web20education 1
Hi Wes

16:28 - @DrThomasHo (moving to Indiana)
I bet he's already made a coffee mug with a 3D printer! :)

16:29 - Holly Harrington
I guess.

16:29 - Lisa Durff #2
Holly has mic

16:34 - Peggy George

16:40 - Lisa Durff #2
speak Holly!

16:53 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Yeah Holly!

17:02 - Peggy George
hooray Holly!

17:57 - Peggy George
what a great model to include student input on the projects they are planning for their classrooms!

18:13 - Lisa Durff #2
which raises the question, what IS "normal" education AND what is "abnormal" education

18:42 - Doug Henry
Students are stakeholders...

18:42 - Peggy George
Livebinder for today's links is here if you missed it

18:51 - Peggy George
Hi Antoinette! Welcome!!

19:02 - Clarissa Reeson
Voice is so important and valuable!

19:14 - Peggy George
thanks a lot Holly!!!

19:17 - Holly Harrington
Great comment, Clarissa.

19:23 - Holly Harrington
Thank you, Peggy.

19:31 - @mrsmorgansclass Louise
Wow! She articulated that so ell!

19:40 - @bcdtech Maureen
middle school students have a lot to offer! Love MS kids

19:41 - Clarissa Reeson
Collaboration at its best.

19:58 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Getting students college and career ready means letting their voices be heard.

20:26 - Peggy George
such a great process for developing student leadership attitudes and skills :-)

20:48 - Holly Harrington
Steping up to unleash your potential is a struggle, but it really is beneficial.

21:01 - wfryer
I love all of this focus on student voice, we still need this in Oklahoma!!!

21:02 - Peggy George (Authentic Student Voice and Creating Action #edplay chat!)

21:40 - Lisa Durff #2
Love Retweeting @coffeechugbooks

21:43 - @bcdtech Maureen
I always used wallwisher(padlet now) for project feedback- not live... but that was with 5th and 6th graders. Not sure that they can really do live feedback- but my 7th and 8th graders could!

21:49 - Peggy George
so glad they are getting out and sharing their experiences and stories in places like edcamps!

22:00 - Holly Harrington
You should, Maureen!

22:19 - Karen L @klirenman
As a first grade teacher we can start this process by proving our students with voice and choice. Letting them know that their voice matters and is important.

22:24 - LucianeCurator @web20education 1
eTwinning is The best eLearning platform for online collaboration between european schools

22:28 - LucianeCurator @web20education 1

22:32 - Peggy George
please explain project tuning

22:33 - Lisa Durff #2
What's the next hurdle?

22:42 - wfryer
How have you used student journalism clubs or classes to encourage student voice?

22:50 - Clarissa Reeson
@Karen that's what I was thinking too!

23:14 - Lisa Durff #2
online connections

23:29 - Peggy George
love that point Karen! we need to start encouraging student voice from the earliest years!

23:32 - Lisa Durff #2
a serial podcast?

23:36 - @plnaugle (Paula)
@Karen and you model this perfectly with your firsties all the time. :)

23:57 - Holly Harrington
So excited to do a conference of our own or the one in New York!

24:01 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Carolyn.

24:14 - @bcdtech Maureen
@durff- it's Iowa- so it would be cereal, right? :-)

24:27 - Lisa Durff #2
funny maureen

24:29 - Peggy George (Power of #StuVoice, PLN, and Giving Students Access To The World To Make Change

24:32 - Carolyn Stanley
Hi, Paula. and all

24:50 - Peggy George (Student Voice and Participation in Teacher Project Tuning Session)

24:58 - Peggy George
Hi Carolyn! So glad you could join us!

25:49 - Peggy George
Aaron has tons of great boards on Pinterest for you to follow! (Aaron Maurer’ Pinterest boards-30 boards)

26:00 - Holly Harrington
The nerd room!

26:07 - Karen L @klirenman
@Paula, I try, that's for certain. :-)

26:19 - nikki
Did the kid saw through to the table?

26:22 - Peggy George
what a great place!

26:27 - Carolyn Stanley
I wanted to hear him because the tech teacher at my old school is really into robotics with his kids - and 3D printing. So I'm hoping to get him to watch this archive.

26:32 - Holly Harrington
Create your own "curriculum"

26:42 - Lisa Durff #2
saw horses

26:52 - Lisa Durff #2
that kid needs saw horses

27:02 - Carolyn Stanley
I love this stuff! I think that the maker space movement is critical.

27:15 - @plnaugle (Paula)
@durff that's what I was thinking. :)

27:16 - Clarissa Reeson
When we give students voice we learn too. It's a win win.

27:27 - Peggy George
so true Holly and it doesn't have to be a lock-step, sequential curriculum but one that builds on student passion and interests!

27:35 - Holly Harrington

27:39 - Ryan Longenecker
this was definitely a fun project to do!

27:39 - Carolyn Stanley
@Clarissa - YES!

27:51 - Karen L @klirenman
So important @clarissa. It looks different at different ages/maturity levels but equally important at all levels.

27:53 - Holly Harrington
Passion needs to be the root of curriculum!

28:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
@Holly that is so true.

28:21 - Peggy George
everyone learning together from each other! teachers and students! so exciting!

28:22 - Holly Harrington
Students do not enjoy working on projects that they do not have a passion for.

28:22 - Clarissa Reeson
Passion is what drives us.

28:42 - Karen L @klirenman
@Holly that is true for all age learners too. :-)

28:44 - wfryer
You "gave them a Google blast?" What is that?

28:46 - Carolyn Stanley
See - that evaluation brings in critical thinking, communication skills, graphic design, writing, everything.

28:57 - Peggy George (One central place for all of Aaron Maurer’ resources)

28:59 - Holly Harrington
Students need a real audience and not just mom and dad.

29:00 - @DrThomasHo (moving to Indiana)
NO ONE enjoys working on projects withOUT passion!

29:03 - @bcdtech Maureen
@wes- google glass I think

29:22 - Peggy George (Student Contraption project wiki)

29:23 - Holly Harrington
Yes, Maureen. It is a Google Glass.

29:35 - @bcdtech Maureen
Thanks Holly

29:43 - wfryer

29:44 - Peggy George
everyone would WANT to come to homeroom!!!

29:46 - @bcdtech Maureen

29:55 - Clarissa Reeson
Great idea

30:07 - Holly Harrington
Just saying, Adam can create anything! Such a genius. He even made a website for our ELP documentary!

30:08 - @DrThomasHo (moving to Indiana)
The correct URL is

30:13 - @bcdtech Maureen
That looks like a really big robot!

30:26 - @mrsmorgansclass Louise
Love it!

30:36 - Holly Harrington

30:36 - @bcdtech Maureen

30:37 - Peggy George
awesome goal!!!

30:42 - Ryan Longenecker
that robot is so awesome!

30:55 - Lisa Durff #2
how do you explain blowing fuses to principal?

30:59 - Holly Harrington
Hello, fellow student!

31:02 - Peggy George
hooray Ryan! Welcome!

31:04 - Lisa Durff #2

31:09 - @mrsmorgansclass Louise
I wish all middle schoolers would play with Legos!

31:19 - Carolyn Stanley
My principal has held at least two faculty meetings in the technology room so the teachers can be aware of all the awesome, hands-on projects are tech teacher and his students have been doing. So often other teachers have no idea what is going on.

31:21 - Peggy George
click on the talk button Ryan

31:25 - Peggy George
upper left

31:26 - Lisa Durff #2
yes he has mic

31:28 - Peggy George

31:47 - Holly Harrington
Great to hear that you will be carrying on the legacy, Ryan!

31:54 - Carolyn Stanley
Yeah! Authentic student voice!

31:55 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hooray for Ryan!

33:01 - Peggy George (Robodogs Summer Camp wiki)

33:07 - Holly Harrington
"Life is going to be affected for the next ten years and the rest of my life." Great example of how a different way to do things creates many memories as well as new skills!

33:08 - @bcdtech Maureen
problem solving skills are going to be useful no matter what you do

33:15 - Lisa Durff #2
How will you put those skills into writing on your resume?

33:19 - Holly Harrington
Very true, Maureen.

33:28 - Peggy George

33:34 - Carolyn Stanley
I wish I had those skills that Ryan has.

33:34 - wfryer
Great focus on problem solving

33:38 - Peggy George
awesome insights!!

33:38 - @bcdtech Maureen
@lisa no written resume- project and portfolio

34:03 - Holly Harrington
Great input, Ryan!

34:05 - Dotty
Great insights.

34:06 - Lisa Durff #2
but I am thinking when they graduate

34:08 - Carolyn Stanley
@Peggy - all links you are supplying will be in livebiner, correct?

34:10 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
My latest engineering project Brochure YEOTIowaImprovd2014 -

34:26 - Carolyn Stanley

34:47 - Lisa Durff #2
these are great skills and they need to highlight to potential employers in their futures

34:53 - @bcdtech Maureen
Aaron- at some point can you talk about how you fund all this STEM equipment? It gets pricey

34:56 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Is this a public MS? How old is the school?

35:17 - Holly Harrington
That is what is important. Those opportunities cause us the go do it.

35:21 - @mrsmorgansclass Louise
Good questions Maureen and Paula

35:27 - Peggy George

35:30 - @plnaugle (Paula)
That's what I want to know also Maureen.

35:50 - Ryan Longenecker
These oppurtunities are so great. They give us great experience and confidence

35:53 - Peggy George
Lorie will ask your questions during Q/A if Aaron doesn't answer them as we go along

36:12 - Lisa Durff #2
parents are great resources

36:18 - Peggy George
great advice!!! recycle!!! :-) don't have to pay for everything!

36:27 - Lisa Durff #2
hi Cheryl

36:36 - Holly Harrington
Confidence is key in adulthood. Therefore, teachers like Mr. Maurer are preparing us, truly preparing us, for adulthood.

36:58 - @bcdtech Maureen
does that white board have a name?

37:22 - Doug Henry

37:28 - @bcdtech Maureen
thanks Doug

38:01 - Peggy George
that would be so exciting if it could be available to every kid in the building!

38:17 - Karen L @klirenman
Where can one purchase a battery pack? My class will be exploring Squishy bits but I'd love to have more power sources.

38:30 - Peggy George
I love Aaron's passion for student voice!! Very contagious :-)

38:39 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Think it would be pwoerful if students reached out to the community they live and ask for donations for STEM projects, MakerSpaces, etc.

38:43 - Peggy George (Teacher Tinker Time Presentation Reflection with Squishy Circuits)

38:45 - @bcdtech Maureen
I used old coke cartons to make cars- dowels and mousetraps

38:58 - Sheri
Are the necessary materials for the car listed somewhere?

39:06 - Carolyn Stanley
Teaching perseverence!

39:10 - Peggy George
great idea Paula!!!

39:11 - Lisa Durff #2

39:24 - Peggy George
I'm sure the community would be eager to help if they knew there was a need!

39:28 - Holly Harrington
Think like kids, teachers!

39:32 - @bcdtech Maureen
I just bought some sugra to mess with - want to build an operation game with makey makey- squiahy circuits

39:32 - Clarissa Reeson
Is there a list of materials we would need to sart some of these projects?

39:39 - Peggy George
great advice Holly :-)

39:40 - Lisa Durff #2
I have practice thinking like a 4 year old

39:48 - Holly Harrington
Thanks, Peggy.

40:07 - Lisa Durff #2
MIT idea

40:20 - Peggy George
all of these links are in the Livebinder for today:

40:23 - @bcdtech Maureen
nice group... I just lurk right now... but cool ideas

40:31 - Clarissa Reeson
How do we join the group?

40:40 - Peggy George
lurking is valuable too!!!

40:41 - Lisa Durff #2
Maureen you are not the lurker type

40:48 - Holly Harrington
Just saying, I have a lot of input on group work.

40:53 - Holly Harrington
Don't we all.

41:11 - Lisa Durff #2
@Clarisa great question

41:13 - Clarissa Reeson
great idea

41:22 - @bcdtech Maureen
I am on this group... have too much going on right now- check in to see what Aaron and his group are doing, but not actively contributing

41:35 - Peggy George (Teacher Tinker Time Reflection: Teamwork and Collaboration)

41:35 - Karen L @klirenman
I'm looking forward to having my students play with squishy circuits. We played a bit with little bits but it was a one off. Squishy circuits will get to stay! :-)

41:42 - Lisa Durff #2
red pens were banned in mine

41:47 - Holly Harrington
Great rules.

41:55 - Karen L @klirenman
I love the teacher tinker time!

41:58 - Clarissa Reeson
I love it!

42:00 - Peggy George
what a fabulous purpose for Teacher Tinker Time :-) so liberating!

42:02 - @bcdtech Maureen
I burned up half the lights in squishy circuits... got to buy more

42:16 - Holly Harrington
That sounds like so much fun! I wish I could join.

42:31 - Lisa Durff #2
oh FUN !

42:34 - Peggy George (#edplay GHO Panel Chat: Group Work Shownotes, links, and feedback)

42:58 - Sheri
Where do you get what you need for squishy circuits?

43:08 - @bcdtech Maureen
You can build little animals with lite up eyes and twirly tails... or just do regular circuit stuff

43:08 - Peggy George (#GGEE Video 8: Project Tuning Process with Students)

43:13 - Lisa Durff #2
discrepant ideas engage the mind - this is what he is doing

43:22 - Peggy George
awesome quote!!!

43:38 - Peggy George
it's all about communication :-)

43:42 - Holly Harrington

43:56 - Karen L @klirenman
Squishy circuit dough recipes are here.

44:02 - Peggy George (The Power of Play, Tinkering, and Coding with Arduino!)

44:15 - Peggy George
Talk to us about Arduino :-)

44:19 - @mrsmorgansclass Louise
Love the idea of tinker time for teachers and students!

44:29 - Peggy George
that image says it all!!!

44:33 - @DrThomasHo (moving to Indiana)

44:43 - Doug Henry
We're doing Raspberry pi...

44:45 - Ryan Longenecker
so true!

44:47 - Holly Harrington
"Find out what happens. That's the only way to learn."

45:02 - Peggy George
you can't block and ban!! you have to give them permission to explore and jump into the learning with both feet :-)

45:24 - Holly Harrington
So true, Peggy.

45:27 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Absolutely Peggy!

45:37 - Peggy George (What is the Purpose of Education? Google Hangout Panel Chat)

45:43 - @bcdtech Maureen

45:47 - Lisa Durff #2
Clarissa Reeson
12:41 PM
How do we join the group?

45:52 - Peggy George
Lorie has lots of questions for you

45:52 - wfryer #2
Great ideas!!!!

45:53 - Clarissa Reeson
Yes, Peggy!

46:05 - Karen L @klirenman
Thanks Aaron!

46:08 - Sheri Edwards @grammasheri
Ideas won't keep. Something must be done about them. Alfred North Whitehead

46:35 - Lisa Durff #2
yay Holly!!

47:00 - @bcdtech Maureen
no us and them

47:01 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Rock it Holly! Love your wisdom as always.

47:02 - Peggy George
if you have questions for Holly or Ryan please type them here. :-) All of them are eager to answer your questions.

47:23 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Here is the Play and Tinkering Group

47:30 - Clarissa Reeson
You are so right Holly!

47:38 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Holly, be sure to add your Twitter handle if you have not added it yet!

47:41 - Peggy George
you shouldn't be afraid to talk to your students about projects!! so true!

47:47 - Holly Harrington

47:49 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Virtual applause for Holly!

47:49 - Cheryl
Great advice, Holly

48:22 - wfryer #2
I'm so thankful for the student participation on today's session! Thank you all :-)

48:27 - Holly Harrington
Thank you.

48:34 - Ryan Longenecker

48:37 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug

48:37 - Peggy George (#GGEE Video 8: Project Tuning Process with Students)

49:07 - Peggy George
the wiki is also in the Livebinder :-)

49:12 - @bcdtech Maureen
Do you teach kids/teachers how to pitch? It is a skill that not all have

49:29 - Peggy George
true brainstorming!!! no judgement!

49:32 - Karen L @klirenman
QUestioning is so key!

49:47 - Peggy George
very helpful to hear this project tuning explained!

50:07 - Holly Harrington
Great question, Maureen. With help from Maurer but also our own learning, we learn to form our own ideas and questions.

50:46 - @bcdtech Maureen
@Holly do you practice the pitch ahead of time?

51:05 - Peggy George (Eagle Eye Global Project wiki-2014)

51:16 - Holly Harrington
Maureen, no, it is less of a pitch and more of us speaking our opinions.

51:26 - @bcdtech Maureen
Thanks Holly

51:33 - Holly Harrington
Your welcome.

51:43 - Holly Harrington

51:59 - Peggy George (Going Global Coffeechug wiki)

52:15 - Peggy George (Eagle Eye Global Project wiki-2014)

52:17 - Holly Harrington
I have something to say on newspaper and plans for next year.

52:42 - Peggy George
go ahead Holly :-) after this question :-)

53:00 - Holly Harrington

53:01 - wfryer #2
I was wondering about classroom materials lists too!

53:40 - Peggy George
Follow Aaron on Google + GOOGLE +

54:01 - Peggy George

54:17 - Peggy George
what a fun idea! podcast for the newspaper!

54:20 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug

54:35 - Peggy George
you could do it on BAM radio :-)

54:43 - Carolyn Stanley
@Holly - that is great!

55:01 - Clarissa Reeson
Are all of these links going to be added to the livebinder?

55:02 - Ryan Longenecker
Podcasts are a great way to share student voice!

55:16 - Holly Harrington
Maurer's podcast station is amazing!

55:33 - @bcdtech Maureen
Iowa has such amazing educators and students!

56:12 - Holly Harrington

56:12 - Karen L @klirenman
Here's the how ot make the dough.

56:22 - Holly Harrington

56:26 - Eileen
I would love to try this with my third graders! Great ideas!

56:27 - Peggy George

57:08 - Peggy George (The Power of Play, Tinkering, and Coding with Arduino!)

57:09 - Carolyn Stanley
@Peggy - sounds like Matt Mon.... can't remember how to spell last name - had radion station with students years ago.

57:11 - Peggy George
what fun!!

57:17 - Peggy George

57:28 - Sheri
What is a beginner way to start students on coding?

57:33 - @bcdtech Maureen
I used to buy corrugated plastic sheets from the sciencesource up in maine- great place for stem- but if you can get it free- go for it!

57:46 - @bcdtech Maureen
hopscotch, scratch kodable

57:52 - Clarissa Reeson
@Eileen I teach 3rd grade too. Do you ever do any Skping with your class?

57:54 - Peggy George
anyone else want to take the mic to share experiences with student voices, STEM or PBL???

57:56 - Carolyn Stanley
Has Aaron ever used Voice Thread with his students?

58:01 - Doug Henry
Scratch, Tynker

58:04 - Cheryl

58:06 - @bcdtech Maureen
hour of code is wonderful! or wedo from lego

58:15 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Here is my email if you have other

58:19 - Peggy George
9:58 AM
What is a beginner way to start students on coding?

58:23 - Ryan Longenecker
tinkering with the code is my favorite way to learn!

58:31 - @plnaugle (Paula)

58:42 - Peggy George
want to talk about that Ryan? :-)

58:43 - Eileen
@clarissa - I just got a webcam! Would love to!

58:51 - Lisa Durff #2
This has been awesome - thank you Ryan, Holly, and Aaron (and of course everyone here!)

58:58 - Ryan Longenecker

59:00 - Cheryl
apps: hopscotch, lightbot, cargo-bot

59:01 - Carolyn Stanley
Yeah - please make sure to give us the link.

59:02 - Peggy George
how are you using Google Hangouts with your students?

59:11 - @plnaugle (Paula)
correct Hour of Code link is

59:16 - Clarissa Reeson
Eileen my email is

59:26 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Link for Squishy Circuit Workshop I did with teachers

59:40 - Peggy George
thanks Aaron!

59:50 - Eileen
@clarissa - I'll be in touch!

59:51 - Peggy George
I'll add any new links to the Livebinder after the show :-)

1:00:02 - @shamblesguru [thailand]
coding in classrooms ...

1:00:27 - Peggy George
I saw a great demo by Bob Sprankle this week explaining how his student taught him how to correct a coding problem with Scratch!

1:00:33 - Clarissa Reeson
Thanks so much Aaron, Holly, and Ryan. This session was inspiring!

1:00:35 - @bcdtech Maureen
my symbaloo for coding,d.b2k

1:00:39 - Eileen
How about coding in elementary school?

1:00:42 - @bcdtech Maureen
sorry- not that

1:01:02 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Great hour of learning here today. Thank you Aaron for letting us hear some of your students' voices. Holly and Ryan are truly inspiring. Virtual applause for all of you. :)

1:01:11 - Lorie Moffat
Scratch is great for all ages.

1:01:19 - Holly Harrington
If any of you have students that are dedicated to student voice or education and love to share their voice, conferences are a great way to unleash their potential. Some great ones are the Iowa Student Learning Institute(ISLI) and EdCamp.

1:01:39 - @bcdtech Maureen
My coding symbaloo

1:01:57 - Peggy George
this is an excellent vide from Bob Sprankle

1:02:09 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Thanks for sharing the Symbaloo link, Maureen.

1:02:16 - Peggy George
thanks for sharing all of these links! I'll add them to the Livebinder!

1:02:20 - Holly Harrington
Many email is and my Twitter handle is @H_Harrington15 if you would like to contact me.

1:02:57 - Peggy George
Huge kudos to Aaron, Holly and Ryan for sharing with us today!! So inspiring!! :-)

1:03:07 - Holly Harrington
I should join Vicki Davis.

1:03:09 - Peggy George
Some great shows coming up!!!

1:03:09 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Holly and Ryan thank you so much for joining today. Much appreciated as always. You guys rock!

1:03:15 - @bcdtech Maureen
This is a new coding game... haven't tried it yet

1:03:21 - Peggy George (The Learning Revolution website created by Steve Hargadon. We now have Host Your Own Webinars again!)

1:03:25 - Holly Harrington
When was Vicki Davis's session?

1:03:34 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Yes Holly, you should join the Vicki show. She would love to have you in the chat.

1:03:41 - Peggy George
May 31 is Vicki Davis :-) It will be awesome!

1:03:48 - Holly Harrington
Thank you.

1:03:54 - Peggy George

1:04:08 - Peggy George
please nominate a Featured Teacher! We love hearing from them!

1:04:14 - Aaron Maurer aka Coffeechug
Holly just wrapped up a project with Vicki -

1:04:17 - Peggy George

1:04:20 - Sheri Edwards @grammasheri
Thank you!

1:04:37 - Dejan Kreculj
Thank you!

1:04:46 - Holly Harrington
Check out the link that Maurer just posted. Collaborative writing at it's best.

1:04:47 - @shamblesguru [thailand]
Many Thanks to all for sharing

1:04:56 - Peggy George
certificates will be available later today (not automatic) :-) I'll email to everyone requesting one.

1:05:06 - Peggy George

1:05:09 - Peggy George
both video and audio

1:05:23 - LucianeCurator @web20education
Awesome session again . Thanks

1:05:30 - Peggy George
you can listen to them on any device that has itunes

1:05:55 - Carolyn Stanley
@Holly - Bravo!

1:05:58 - Peggy George
thank you all for your active participation!!!