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K12 Online Echo: Kelly Hines

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Kelly Hines joined us for a lively chat and discussion. We streamed her k12 Online 2009 presentation, Little Kids- Big Possibilities. Kelly discussed the work she does with her students.

Chat Log

 


2010-02-23 19:27:11 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: Lorna - you are great!


2010-02-23 19:33:54 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: hi susan and lorna


2010-02-23 19:39:06 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: Hi Kim


2010-02-23 19:39:13 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: How's it going?


2010-02-23 19:46:14 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: busy


2010-02-23 19:46:15 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: you?


2010-02-23 19:50:32 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: very busy, Kim


2010-02-23 19:50:48 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: but taking a couple of days off starting tomorrow


2010-02-23 19:50:56 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Hi!


2010-02-23 19:51:20 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Hi everyone!


2010-02-23 19:51:46 [Message] LC -> Room 1: Hi Peggy and everyone


2010-02-23 19:52:28 [Message] LC -> Room 1: hubb y is watching the hockey game - hope he doeswn't start cheering


2010-02-23 19:52:44 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: same in my house Lorna


2010-02-23 19:52:46 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: cheering is fine :-)


2010-02-23 19:53:04 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: go Canadians


2010-02-23 19:59:59 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: greetings everyone! :-)


2010-02-23 20:00:01 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Hi Wes!! great to see you!


2010-02-23 20:00:08 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: so glad to make it tonight!


2010-02-23 20:00:16 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: we have some stiff competition tonight with the Olympics :-)


2010-02-23 20:00:22 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: right!


2010-02-23 20:00:48 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I'm so excited to have Kelly with us tonight!!


2010-02-23 20:01:08 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I'd like to get the login for the Ustream, and download / convert the FLV so we can cross-post to our blip.tv account


2010-02-23 20:01:19 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly I just loved your k12online preso!


2010-02-23 20:01:23 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: good idea Wes!


2010-02-23 20:01:25 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Hi Wes! Thanks!


2010-02-23 20:01:53 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I just spent time today browsing the Wallwisher Kelly created for her K12online presentation! Fantastic example!!


2010-02-23 20:02:12 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: where in the south are you from originally, Kelly?


2010-02-23 20:02:18 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: North Carolina


2010-02-23 20:02:19 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: hi wes


2010-02-23 20:02:24 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: hi Kim!


2010-02-23 20:02:24 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I'm going to use her presentation in a workshop next week :-) Elementary teachers and I know they will love it!


2010-02-23 20:02:50 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: that is such a mantra now: focus on the learning!


2010-02-23 20:03:00 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: such an important point!


2010-02-23 20:03:00 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: exactly!


2010-02-23 20:03:23 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: here we go! Kelly's presentation :-)


2010-02-23 20:04:40 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I had never seen Wallwisher before - what a great tool


2010-02-23 20:04:57 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: there is no limit on the users of a wall


2010-02-23 20:05:10 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Isn't it east? I love the lack of need for student registration


2010-02-23 20:05:12 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: it is great wes for users of all ages


2010-02-23 20:05:14 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: the CIPA / FERPA issues are really important, but I think they are often used as an excuse to not let students participate in interactive technologies


2010-02-23 20:05:22 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: What is a "plus delta" situation?


2010-02-23 20:05:36 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Kelly do you have to teach your teachers about backchannel?


2010-02-23 20:05:47 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Plus Delta is just another term for Pro/Con


2010-02-23 20:05:58 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: ah - where does that name come from?


2010-02-23 20:06:11 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I don't do too much back channeling with my class this year. A bit much for this group to handle.


2010-02-23 20:06:12 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: are wallwisher screens archived forever?


2010-02-23 20:06:14 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: the ways Kelly used wallwisher with her students was so important to extend student thinking--not just facts


2010-02-23 20:06:20 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: yes they are Wes


2010-02-23 20:06:38 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: When you create an acct with wallwisher, you can create multiple walls and keep track of them.


2010-02-23 20:06:44 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: we can still add notes to her K12online wallwisher she started during her official presentation


2010-02-23 20:06:46 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: They are also embeddable in other places.


2010-02-23 20:06:56 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/k12online09


2010-02-23 20:07:17 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: that is great. I just wish Google sites permitted more embedding... I know there are security concerns with embedding, but it's so powerful to insert it on your own site!


2010-02-23 20:07:21 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Peggy, I'm not sure where Plus/Delta came from - it's a term we use in PD


2010-02-23 20:07:22 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: That is a good feature


2010-02-23 20:07:31 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: you're reading my mind!


2010-02-23 20:08:06 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: there are some embedded blogs on her wallwisher for k12online :-)


2010-02-23 20:08:15 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: :)


2010-02-23 20:08:19 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: monitoring is very important. I noticed poll everywhere offers a profanity filter now


2010-02-23 20:08:20 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: doesn't delta have soemthing to do with minus, like plus/minus as in pros and cons


2010-02-23 20:08:40 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: kelly, have you had any problem with kids posting disruptive things in the wallwisher?


2010-02-23 20:08:44 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: I have to try out wallwisher more


2010-02-23 20:08:55 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Kelly monitors and approves all postings I think


2010-02-23 20:09:04 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: No, I haven't yet. The kids really do their best.


2010-02-23 20:09:06 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]i believe you can remove disruptive or inappropriate comments


2010-02-23 20:09:13 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: ah, so you can gatekeep all the posts. Nice.


2010-02-23 20:09:20 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Yes, you can remove as well.


2010-02-23 20:09:36 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: if you're the creator/moderator you can remove them but I can't remove other people's sticky notes


2010-02-23 20:09:43 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Right...


2010-02-23 20:09:57 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]what an interesting way to use wordle!


2010-02-23 20:10:07 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: we've started a wallwisher for Earthcast10 :-)


2010-02-23 20:10:08 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: are there levels of privacy with wallwisher?


2010-02-23 20:10:12 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: that is a great higher order thinking challenge!


2010-02-23 20:10:23 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: fantastic use of wordle!!


2010-02-23 20:10:25 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: I thought this was a great idea


2010-02-23 20:10:28 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: There are so levels - you can restrict access of viewing and posting.


2010-02-23 20:10:42 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I love this use of Wordle to provoke conversations and discussions in class


2010-02-23 20:10:50 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]kids post their justification for who/what the historical event was about in the wordle on wallwisher


2010-02-23 20:10:51 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Jen Wagner has a project going with "Guess this Person" using Wordle. Really fun!


2010-02-23 20:10:56 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Hello Joyce!


2010-02-23 20:10:59 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: yes - the wordle is only the starting point


2010-02-23 20:11:03 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: With Wordle, it's so easy because you can just copy/paste text.


2010-02-23 20:11:11 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: hey wes!


2010-02-23 20:11:11 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Hi Joyce! so glad you could join us!


2010-02-23 20:11:12 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Hi joyce!


2010-02-23 20:11:17 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: Hi Joyce


2010-02-23 20:11:21 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: :-) Hi friends!


2010-02-23 20:11:34 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: The Guess this Person would be a fun "getting to know you activity" at the start of a year.


2010-02-23 20:11:44 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly: do you use something to capture the wordle (screen snap)?


2010-02-23 20:12:00 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I wish you could save wordles as jpgs directly from the site. have to take a screenshot


2010-02-23 20:12:28 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I do have to screenshot, but you also get an embed code for it when you publish.


2010-02-23 20:12:30 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I have made coffee mugs with wordles I have created -- great personalized gifts


2010-02-23 20:12:31 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I have never used Wordle for my delicious tags... can you do that with a Diigo account?


2010-02-23 20:12:33 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: agreed Peggy


2010-02-23 20:12:42 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: yes you can Wes


2010-02-23 20:12:57 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: unless you have several thousand tags :-)


2010-02-23 20:13:00 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: I didn't know it works with diigo too


2010-02-23 20:13:00 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: like me


2010-02-23 20:13:06 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: me too Peggy!


2010-02-23 20:13:27 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I wonder what percentage of k12 classroom teachers today know how to embed content in another website? This was new for almost all my pre-service teachers this term.


2010-02-23 20:13:37 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: interesting way to look at graphic design


2010-02-23 20:13:42 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: and the use of colour


2010-02-23 20:13:48 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I think more are learning because many of the pre-packaged"


2010-02-23 20:13:57 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: teachers are so excited when they learn how easy it is to embed--and how powerful :-)


2010-02-23 20:13:58 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: web hosts for schools allow embedding.


2010-02-23 20:14:16 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: that is very good...


2010-02-23 20:14:43 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: isn't that a great activity??!!


2010-02-23 20:14:57 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly: Your comfort level at the "invention" level of teaching and technology integration is so apparent... such great modeling for us all!


2010-02-23 20:15:01 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I started out years ago doing the types of sentences activity on sentence strips!


2010-02-23 20:15:07 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Thanks


2010-02-23 20:15:27 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: and fun for the kids


2010-02-23 20:15:34 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: drag and drop is fantastic


2010-02-23 20:15:41 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I love the focus on "retelling a story" in another modality


2010-02-23 20:15:56 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: what tool is this now?


2010-02-23 20:15:59 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]hi maureen


2010-02-23 20:16:01 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Wes, one thing I work on with teachers is taking a lesson with which they are comfortable and then adapting. It takes away the stress of pedagogy invention.


2010-02-23 20:16:05 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: yes Wes and can make the stories less linear :-)


2010-02-23 20:16:05 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: Hi Kim


2010-02-23 20:16:07 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: It's Comix.com


2010-02-23 20:16:11 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: ah, thanks


2010-02-23 20:16:14 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Hi Kim.


2010-02-23 20:16:28 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Hi Maureen! so glad you could join us!


2010-02-23 20:16:29 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]hi kelly


2010-02-23 20:16:30 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: yes, the "let's give a digital makeover / facelift" to a familiar lesson is a great strategy!


2010-02-23 20:16:43 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: LOVE LOVE LOVE Edmodo. If you are on Twitter, you can follow @edmodo and their creator @zemote


2010-02-23 20:16:58 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: But important not to just do old things in a new way


2010-02-23 20:17:09 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Very true Susan!


2010-02-23 20:17:16 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: we had the Edmodo co-founder with us last week on Classroom 2.0 LIVE--learned a lot! incredible tool!


2010-02-23 20:17:20 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]jeff o'hara was on our classroom 2.0 live show recently and i met jeff in person at tcea


2010-02-23 20:17:42 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Jeff is @zemote - he is so helpful and so passionate about his work


2010-02-23 20:17:51 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: I haven't played with edmodo - I'll have to put that on my list


2010-02-23 20:18:07 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: the link to Comix.com isn't working... is that the right link?


2010-02-23 20:18:09 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: Edmodo is great for grownups too :-)


2010-02-23 20:18:10 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]they have some neat things in store for future releases


2010-02-23 20:18:17 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: It also allows for cross - school collaboration. Can create a code for a collaborative group between 2 teachers


2010-02-23 20:18:25 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @ Kelly Are yo usure of that url- I'm getting a funky page


2010-02-23 20:18:34 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Let me check back - sorry


2010-02-23 20:18:38 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: that part is nice - collaborating across classes


2010-02-23 20:18:49 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @peggy that is great. Are the classroom 2.0 sessions archived and available as downloadable podcasts?


2010-02-23 20:19:01 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: needs the www Wes


2010-02-23 20:19:04 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: comics.com


2010-02-23 20:19:14 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: or is that a different one


2010-02-23 20:19:23 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: That looks better, thanks


2010-02-23 20:19:30 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]that is a different one i believe


2010-02-23 20:19:47 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: whoa, the ads there look like it may be a different one!


2010-02-23 20:19:54 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: these are such great overviews of these tools!


2010-02-23 20:20:04 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I agree Wes


2010-02-23 20:20:10 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: very clear for teachers to learn


2010-02-23 20:20:13 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: so fast.... these are great ideas! this shows why it's great to have pause and rewind on a k12online preso!


2010-02-23 20:20:21 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @wfryer :-)


2010-02-23 20:20:22 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: comix.com server may be down right now


2010-02-23 20:20:37 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: Thx Peggy, I'll try it later


2010-02-23 20:21:05 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: www.makebeliefscomix.com/  this is another one


2010-02-23 20:21:11 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I had lots of teachers mention that they stopped and started a lot :)


2010-02-23 20:21:49 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: we're doing some cool things with coding in Wall Wisher


2010-02-23 20:21:55 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: here is the link to Kelly's supporting documents for this preso: http://littlekidsbigpossibilities.pbworks.com/


2010-02-23 20:21:58 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]kelly, what did you use to create your video


2010-02-23 20:21:59 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: that's often the case with free programs :-)


2010-02-23 20:22:27 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: have you receive much feedback on this preso, Kelly?


2010-02-23 20:22:32 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: fantastic presentation Kelly!!


2010-02-23 20:22:37 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: clapping!


2010-02-23 20:22:43 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: hooray!


2010-02-23 20:22:52 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I created the slides in SMART Notebook and exported as jpegs for MovieMaker


2010-02-23 20:23:02 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: I've watched this one several times and shared it with other teachers


2010-02-23 20:23:05 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: I can't believe you were able to provide such concise demos of those products and ways to use them with kids in 20 mins!


2010-02-23 20:23:14 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Hey that is great, I haven't heard of anyone doing a k12online preso in SMART notebook first - nice


2010-02-23 20:23:42 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: "on demand learning" / "just in time learning"


2010-02-23 20:23:54 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]where do you teach kelly?


2010-02-23 20:24:07 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: I'm using wallwisher now too- with 5th graders collecting and organizing their research for a project- makes it easy


2010-02-23 20:24:09 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Chocowinity, NC


2010-02-23 20:24:11 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: one of the teachers in AZ is using the K12online presentations as PD for her teachers and Kelly's is one they are using--they're very excited


2010-02-23 20:24:18 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I TOTALLY agree that finding ways to energize kids and unleash their enthusiasm is so KEY!


2010-02-23 20:24:59 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: we need to get all the elementary-specific presos for k12online and somehow find a way to aggregate them, to make them more accessible...


2010-02-23 20:25:17 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: do all of the kids have access to computers during a lesson Kelly? like for backchanneling or adding to wallwisher?


2010-02-23 20:25:23 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Maureen how has using Wallwisher been different for your students organizing their research?


2010-02-23 20:25:32 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: They do, yes.


2010-02-23 20:25:40 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: Ahh- checked the wiki- thx wes- it was comiqs.com


2010-02-23 20:25:41 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: I have 5 in my room. We alternate.


2010-02-23 20:25:56 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: that's great to know!!


2010-02-23 20:26:11 [Message] Peggy George -> Room 1: there goes that excuse for teachers :-)


2010-02-23 20:27:23 [Message] LC -> Room 1: lost the call


2010-02-23 20:27:24 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: They can all work online- from any computer- in the library, in my class, at home, in history, etc... With wallwisher I set up the walls and they just find the things- images, etc.  that they want to use for their research project and they can drag and drop to organize. I can also easily track who has contributed what


2010-02-23 20:27:30 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: audio is quiet...


2010-02-23 20:27:46 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: Call died


2010-02-23 20:27:53 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]minor technical difficulties


2010-02-23 20:27:58 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]wes, sing for us


2010-02-23 20:28:03 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: the skype dragon!


2010-02-23 20:28:08 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: I would love to share a wall wisher project


2010-02-23 20:28:09 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: la, la, la!


2010-02-23 20:28:15 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: great


2010-02-23 20:28:19 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: Can you hear us now?


2010-02-23 20:28:34 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: What are you working on Joyce?


2010-02-23 20:28:53 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: content analysis of sitcoms of a variety of decades for US history


2010-02-23 20:29:03 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: wow


2010-02-23 20:29:07 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: That sounds like fun!


2010-02-23 20:29:24 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: how do students get access to the archived sitcom video?


2010-02-23 20:29:25 [Message] Susan van Gelder -> Room 1: Can you hear us?


2010-02-23 20:29:28 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: Do they reflect the society of the times?


2010-02-23 20:29:32 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: yes we can hear!


2010-02-23 20:29:32 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: they loved it.  and we used it for Oh Brother Where art Thou for refs to the Odyssey


2010-02-23 20:29:41 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: Yes, i will find the link


2010-02-23 20:30:27 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly: How much has an electronic white board changed or enabled you to change the way you teach?


2010-02-23 20:31:31 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly: do you have a personal online portfolio site, which includes some example links to student work?


2010-02-23 20:31:46 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Wes, I love the recording options. When students are out, I have records to share


2010-02-23 20:32:01 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I just love the way Kelly uses the tech tools like pencils! totally integrated into the way they work--not just a learning center


2010-02-23 20:32:05 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: This is the wiki my 5th graders are working on - wallwishers. It has really made it easier to collaborate, share and organize their material. http://bcdgrade5.wikispaces.com/


2010-02-23 20:32:14 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: thanks Maureen!


2010-02-23 20:32:19 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: thanks for that link Maureen!!


2010-02-23 20:32:44 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: ooh that is great! I visited Machu Picchu in 1990!


2010-02-23 20:32:56 [Message] LC -> Room 1: how do parents respond


2010-02-23 20:33:00 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: what great photos/images the students have added!


2010-02-23 20:33:22 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: It was rather dangerous to visit it then... just before the inauguration of Alberto Fujimori


2010-02-23 20:33:40 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I'll look for it (the 360 tour of Machu Picchu)


2010-02-23 20:33:41 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: http://springfieldus2.wikispaces.com/Sitcom+Analysis


2010-02-23 20:33:50 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: great question Susan!


2010-02-23 20:34:11 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: that's the real key to effective use of the smartboards! not just used by the teacher!


2010-02-23 20:34:39 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly's modeling of "station learning" is so pivotal to be a teacher-facilitator...


2010-02-23 20:34:41 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: nice Joyce!!! :-) love seeing the HS example


2010-02-23 20:34:56 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: ooh that is a GREAT challenge!


2010-02-23 20:35:06 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: funny-always wear clothes with pockets :-)


2010-02-23 20:35:07 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: the coding was decided upon in advance and negotiated in process


2010-02-23 20:35:14 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: "try to go through the entire day without touching the SMARTboard yourself" (as a teacher)


2010-02-23 20:35:33 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: what a tough challenge!


2010-02-23 20:35:36 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: yes yes!


2010-02-23 20:35:58 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: Harry Wong says the one doing all the work is doing all the learning :-)


2010-02-23 20:36:05 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: we don't want to be the only one doing the thinking in the classroom :-) (as the teacher)


2010-02-23 20:36:05 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]my camera came crashing down during one of the recordings for my national board portfolio


2010-02-23 20:36:13 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: good quotation Peggy


2010-02-23 20:36:39 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: that's why teachers shouldn't be the only ones evaluating student work!


2010-02-23 20:36:50 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]that's right!


2010-02-23 20:37:10 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly: do you have a personal portfolio site?


2010-02-23 20:37:17 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: no, I don't


2010-02-23 20:37:37 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: National Board is a great example of the importance of teachers reflecting on their own practice


2010-02-23 20:37:54 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I have heard many teachers talk about national certification as one of the most challenging things they'd ever done


2010-02-23 20:37:55 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]mine is in CATE with a specialty in technology education


2010-02-23 20:38:01 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: Is this the same as National Board certification? Or is it a piece of the certification process?


2010-02-23 20:38:07 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]yes it is


2010-02-23 20:38:09 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: same


2010-02-23 20:38:21 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]that is the main focus of the process


2010-02-23 20:39:10 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: wow, that is a LONG time to wait for scores!


2010-02-23 20:39:12 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I have the privilege right now of serving on a doctoral committee for a student who is research personalized, individualized PD for teachers and she's the National Board trainer for the AZ K12 Center--great work!!


2010-02-23 20:39:14 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]there is an assessment piece where you answer 6 essay questions with several parts to each question. you get 30 minutes per question. if you are not finished in that 30 minutes the system progresses to the next question


2010-02-23 20:39:27 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]i found out mid december 2006


2010-02-23 20:39:47 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: When I taught K I looked at it, but with my "new" job in tech, I have barely time to breathe, not reflecting at the moment- constant game of catchup for me. I would love to have the time/make the time to do such an important project and reflect on my learning/teaching.


2010-02-23 20:39:49 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: interdisciplinary connections - YES!


2010-02-23 20:40:19 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: time is such a big issue for teachers, Maureen!! rarely have time to reflect!


2010-02-23 20:40:23 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Maureen the reflection phase is so important, yet too often we don't have or maketime for it


2010-02-23 20:41:05 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: goal setting IS so important to teach!


2010-02-23 20:41:24 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: "letting kids self-select activities" - another important pedagogical key for self-directed learning


2010-02-23 20:41:25 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @wes- I pretend that it is because I don't have the time, and altho that is valid- making time for the important things- if it's valued, make the time.


2010-02-23 20:41:54 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: one of the participants in a webinar with Lead and Learn today talked about embedding PD during the day--called it PD4kids and teachers are learning and reflecting during their time with kids


2010-02-23 20:42:16 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Maureen well, we only have so many minutes... in that facilitator role, I think boundaries can be so important to have and maintain. Sometimes they are ill defined...


2010-02-23 20:42:23 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @Peggy- that would be a great idea to try- model it with the kids


2010-02-23 20:42:24 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: goal setting is the core for the individualized PD project I mentioned earlier


2010-02-23 20:42:41 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: exactly Maureen!! model it with the kids--thinking out loud


2010-02-23 20:42:59 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: We have a district in Oklahoma (Cresent PS) doing PD every Wednesday, kids get out early and teachers get together. Only district in our state authorized to do this. Very innovative model.


2010-02-23 20:43:29 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]me too!


2010-02-23 20:43:30 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: AZ is doing that in many districts too--really helps so teachers have time to collaborate when they aren't exhausted!


2010-02-23 20:43:41 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: "it energized me" - so important


2010-02-23 20:44:01 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: I miss having a group of kids all day- doing 40 min/switch all day makes it hard to find the time to do what I feel I should be doing- really taking time to reflect and talk about what worked/what didn't and why


2010-02-23 20:44:02 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Peggy do AZ schools have to get special permission to make that schedule change?


2010-02-23 20:44:09 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: More information about National boards at http://www.nbpts.org


2010-02-23 20:44:11 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]it's an expensive process too


2010-02-23 20:44:25 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @Kim- $$??


2010-02-23 20:44:28 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Marueen I can relate... are you finding the freedom and autonomy to select lesson topics tho?


2010-02-23 20:44:32 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: good tho?


2010-02-23 20:44:32 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: the presenter in the webinar (Successful Practices for Principals) today said it was important to do more than set aside time to collaborate--it also needed some focus


2010-02-23 20:44:45 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @wes, yes- the curriculum is totally up to me


2010-02-23 20:45:10 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Maureen that is one of the aspects of being an elementary tech facilitator that I did enjoy. I missed the deeper relationships with students tho


2010-02-23 20:45:11 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: http://skypeinschools.pbworks.com


2010-02-23 20:45:16 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: in AZ those are district decisions--sometimes parent pushback but many still do it and educate parents about the importance of PD and collaborative planning time for teachers


2010-02-23 20:45:38 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I actually just watched Sylvia's k12online09 preso on Skype in Schools earlier this month. WOW. Great preso.


2010-02-23 20:46:08 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: Skype is such an incredible tool for learning!! and it's free :-)


2010-02-23 20:46:25 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I love how that organic "classroom speaker's bureau" is developing!


2010-02-23 20:46:29 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: these examples Kelly is sharing are soooooooo helpful!!!


2010-02-23 20:46:37 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: wow, twins!


2010-02-23 20:46:53 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: I have all of the presentations on my itouch... watched them all once, but some I plan to watch again. Hope to get more teachers to watch them- especially some of the ones aimed toward younger grades- they were great!


2010-02-23 20:46:59 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: every classroom should have a preso ready to share some interesting aspects of their own community


2010-02-23 20:47:03 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: me too Maureen!! :-)


2010-02-23 20:47:18 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: That reminds me of the CILC's KC3 Project (Kids Creating Community Content)


2010-02-23 20:47:26 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: it is a H.323 videoconferencing project tho


2010-02-23 20:47:37 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: the LAN parties around the K12 presentations are great workshops when you watch something together and then discuss :-)


2010-02-23 20:47:51 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: link Wes??


2010-02-23 20:47:54 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: http://kc3.cilc.org/


2010-02-23 20:47:57 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: thanks


2010-02-23 20:48:18 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: This session tonight is really inspiring me to get a local LAN party group going here in OKC


2010-02-23 20:48:36 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @Peggy- I can't get teachers at my school to do them. No interest, no time, etc. Independent school- teachers wear many hats- coaching after school, etc. So it is a valid excuse, but ....


2010-02-23 20:48:39 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I did a Skype call with a 5th grade in NC when they were studying states and the students interviewed me about AZ :-) I wore my Phoenix Suns tshirt


2010-02-23 20:48:54 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: Kelly: you should skype with Eric Langhorst in Liberty, Missouri about Lewis and Clark


2010-02-23 20:49:17 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: I love that-"pirate experts"


2010-02-23 20:49:17 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: you have to feed them Maureen :-) we do our LAN parties in someone's home so they can relax and enjoy food and beverage


2010-02-23 20:49:29 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: http://speakingofhistory.blogspot.com/ this is Eric's blog and podcast - he's a fantastic 8th grade US history teacher


2010-02-23 20:49:40 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Thanks Wes. WIll do!


2010-02-23 20:49:49 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: we have a LAN party coming up in 2 weeks :-)


2010-02-23 20:49:57 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: yes, food is key


2010-02-23 20:49:58 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: ECI???


2010-02-23 20:50:11 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @Peggy- I've tried bribes- food, free flash drives for doing the atomic learning scavenger hunt, pdps...


2010-02-23 20:50:20 [Message] LC -> Room 1: with alec


2010-02-23 20:50:34 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: virtual mentoring is such a great idea - I wonder if that was an outgrowth from Kathy Cassidy's project?


2010-02-23 20:51:00 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I think Alec's course is EC&I 831


2010-02-23 20:51:36 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: that "We Like Our Blogging Buddies" is such a great k12online past preso about blog mentors http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=319


2010-02-23 20:51:47 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: another great resource for 1:1 mentoring is to use the "3 for free" rooms in Elluminate via LearnCentral


2010-02-23 20:52:11 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: good idea Peggy - are there university classes doing that now that you know of?


2010-02-23 20:52:18 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I agree Wes! that was a great example of connecting students with mentors virtually


2010-02-23 20:52:53 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: YES - isn't that so interesting how pre-service teachers don't naturally make connections of social media and other technologies for classroom-based learning?!


2010-02-23 20:52:54 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: because it's 3 for free you can only have 3 people in the session but I do that all the time


2010-02-23 20:53:33 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: university classes could definitely use it to mentor elementary students :-)


2010-02-23 20:53:35 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I'm blown away how LITTLE my pre-service teachers have used and are thinking now about using digital technologies to support learning this term


2010-02-23 20:54:13 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I agree Wes!! as a previous pre-service instructor I can definitely relate to how little of that is going on


2010-02-23 20:54:13 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: not everyone has been "learning in the 21st century" for 10 years... I think lots are still "learning 20th century style, or 19th century style"...


2010-02-23 20:54:31 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: so true!


2010-02-23 20:54:39 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: infiltration--yeah!!


2010-02-23 20:54:44 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @wes My daughter is 27 and teaches in CA- she only uses tech for her own entertainment. She did not grow up with it, and doesn't really see the possibilities.


2010-02-23 20:54:48 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: I think there is a lot of tweeting going on now about "going paperless" for earth day this year in schools


2010-02-23 20:55:10 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Mareen that is why PD like this and k12online is so important to share!


2010-02-23 20:55:32 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: yes absolutely Susan - professors are SO RESISTANT to change! It blows me away.


2010-02-23 20:55:33 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: I had a hard time finding mentor teachers for my student teachers who modeled good technology integration in their classes!


2010-02-23 20:56:24 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: @wes I agree- I made up a PD page for faculty- all the free online PD is amazing. You can learn more every single day.


2010-02-23 20:56:31 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: we've got to unmask the digital truth1 (with respect to over-filtering in schools) http://unmaskdigitaltruth.pbworks.com/


2010-02-23 20:56:52 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: That's awesome Maureen


2010-02-23 20:57:10 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Peggy we had HUGE problems with that at TTU when I was there... the student teaching placement process needs to intentionally look at tech integration for mentor teachers


2010-02-23 20:57:24 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: exactly!!!


2010-02-23 20:57:31 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: I put the link to K12 online on as an ongoing everyday opportunity... it never ends!


2010-02-23 20:57:31 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: YEAH LC!


2010-02-23 20:57:53 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: the Digital Parents project is going to be a fantastic resource to help eductors provide workshops for parents re technology


2010-02-23 20:57:59 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: http://digiparent.ning.com


2010-02-23 20:57:59 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: @Maureen and that is more true than ever thanks to this Echo webcast!


2010-02-23 20:58:17 [Message] LC -> Room 1: http://digitalparents.wikispaces.com


2010-02-23 20:58:38 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: no "s" I think http://digiparent.ning.com/


2010-02-23 20:58:40 [Message] Maureen -> Room 1: Thx Kelly- great to see your presentation again, and hear more about it... have to go


2010-02-23 20:58:40 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: join our wikispace for digitalparents and help us gather resources


2010-02-23 20:58:49 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Thanks Maureen for all your sharing!


2010-02-23 20:58:52 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: "parent job is to street-smart their kids"


2010-02-23 20:58:52 [Message] LC -> Room 1: my link is the porject


2010-02-23 20:58:57 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: ah ok!


2010-02-23 20:59:03 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Thanks Lorna. Will check it out!


2010-02-23 20:59:27 [Message] LC -> Room 1: add content


2010-02-23 20:59:33 [Message] LC -> Room 1: join the wiki


2010-02-23 20:59:45 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: right Wes- http://digiparent.ning.com/  Great resource!!


2010-02-23 21:00:01 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: How wonderful to have this interactive opportunity with you Kelly - THANKS so much!!!!!


2010-02-23 21:00:02 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Ah, oops!


2010-02-23 21:00:10 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: It has been my pleasure!


2010-02-23 21:00:14 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: clap clap clap


2010-02-23 21:00:24 [Message] LC -> Room 1: applause


2010-02-23 21:00:25 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: thanks, Susan!


2010-02-23 21:00:31 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: the link to your wiki is also great Wes! from your digital citizen presentation handouts


2010-02-23 21:00:41 [Message] joycevalenza -> Room 1: Kelly, so many great ideas!


2010-02-23 21:00:48 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: can you add the link--mine is buried and I just shared it today in a CRSTE webinar


2010-02-23 21:00:56 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Thanks Joyce!


2010-02-23 21:01:07 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: next echo in 2 weeks: March 9th


2010-02-23 21:01:10 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Good night!


2010-02-23 21:01:10 [Message] Peggy again -> Room 1: thank you everyone for joining us tonight and HUGE thanks to Kelly!!


2010-02-23 21:01:18 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]fantastic presentation and session kely and susan


2010-02-23 21:01:21 [Message] wfryer -> Room 1: THANKS everyone!!!!


2010-02-23 21:01:34 [Message] kcaise -> Room 1: [b]thanks peggy and lorna for the behind the scenes stuff!


2010-02-23 21:01:39 [Message] kellyhines -> Room 1: Definitely!