Women of Web 2.0 Show 76

Join our 76th show as the Women of Web 2.0 interview some great teachers from western New York who are using Problem Based Learning with their elementary students. Join Jen, Sharon, Cheryl and Kathy Shields as Brian, Wendy, Martha and Chris talk about what Project Based Learning looks like in their classes and how by having the students solve problems in the area of science has deepened their science knowledge. Vicki is out on sabbatical, but rejoins us next week.

The quote of the evening: Teach well , teach deeply and teach thoughtfully, the tests will take care of themselves. James Sigler and Lisa Durff

The Delicious link: http://del.icio.us/WOW2.0/wow2_20080520

Thanks to EveryDay Jones for their perfect song, All I Said, which is our intro and outro music. You can hear more of their great music at Podsafe Music.

The Chat:

20:41:27 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: hey

20:41:52 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: howdy (*looks around*) I must be early. (-:

20:42:13 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: yep -- I just messaged you in skype

20:42:52 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: hey hey

20:42:57 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: storms all over

20:42:59 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: hey hey hey

20:43:01 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: cool

20:43:06 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: yes

20:43:30 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: very beautiful dramatic night sky and sparkling emerald grass

20:43:47 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: come into chat

20:43:50 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: skype

20:44:03 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: which one

20:47:10 cheryloakes -> -EdTechTalk: getting ready

20:47:26 cheryloakes -> -EdTechTalk: cool, the map shows where people are listening from

20:47:58 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: i'm in the car 71 miles west of amarillo :)

20:48:17 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: texas

20:48:29 cheryloakes -> -EdTechTalk: loonyhiker that is so cool

20:48:58 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: i've been listening to your podcasts on my travels. it keeps me feeling "connected"

20:49:12 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: whre's the cool map? can all see it?

20:49:28 cheryloakes -> -EdTechTalk: I listen to our podcasts and seedlings all summer in the garden, i can't believe how much I miss listening to the live shows.

20:50:00 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: i really get a feel for everyone's personalities by listening to y'all

20:50:02 cheryloakes -> -EdTechTalk: hm, maybe not, I am logged into edtechtalk as a member, it highlights spots on the map where people are listening.

20:50:39 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: does it show me?

20:51:02 cheryloakes -> -EdTechTalk: @dschiner, the map is to the right of the chat room and below all the listening information scroll down the page

20:51:11 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: ready Cheryl

20:51:16 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Hello Room -- welcome !!!!!

20:51:25 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: choose your color ---- bottom left button

20:51:40 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: JS comes in -- DS goes out?? Hmmmm should I worry???

20:51:56 JohnS -> -EdTechTalk: She clicked on the map.

20:52:02 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: what map???

20:52:04 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: loony hiker, it shows US positions

20:52:13 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: on the right side of the page.

20:52:21 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: OHHH that map

20:52:23 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: i see it! i think i see me! lol

20:52:25 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: I clicked on the map to make it bigger and kicked myself out.

20:52:28 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: ready when you are Cheryl

20:52:33 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: welcome Pat

20:52:42 Pat Sine -> -EdTechTalk: Hi..thanks!

20:52:51 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: kinda neat - ability to drill down would be more interesting (and to open in another ondow that doesn't kick you out!)

20:53:32 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: hi durff

20:54:06 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hi cheryl

20:54:20 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: gonna go grab some coffee

20:55:22 Pat Sine -> -EdTechTalk: Is Twitter down?

20:56:13 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: @Pat it was just workin for me

20:56:18 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://del.icio.us/WOW2.0/wow2_20080520 --- our DELCIOUS for tonight

20:56:44 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Hi everyone-I bring greetings to you from KJ-he's hosting something on SL same time and was sorry he had to miss WOW2.

20:56:47 Pat Sine -> -EdTechTalk: can't get to it directly or via twitbin....I'll try again

20:56:53 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: hi there

20:56:56 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: great peggy

20:57:02 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Hi folks, I will try keep you all entertained tonight

20:57:10 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Kevin Jarrett in SL??

20:57:14 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: I'm sure you will :-)

20:57:23 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Yes Kevin Jarrett

20:57:59 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Konrad Glogowski took me on a tour of the Virtual Classroom Project over the weekend - very impressive

20:58:40 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: how is our sound???

20:58:50 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: may 20, 2008

20:58:54 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Riptide was there too and cleverly asked is anyone saw WOW2 last week--since he was one of the guests :-) (Fred)

20:59:04 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: very sweet

20:59:15 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: No sound yet

20:59:32 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Sound is great on iTunes

20:59:37 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: i don't have any sound

20:59:39 Pat Sine -> -EdTechTalk: sounds good via itunes

20:59:56 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: OK sound now!

20:59:56 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: my chat is doing weird things--keeps scrolling automatically back up to the top :-(

21:00:50 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Hey great news.... my daughter Meg (many of you met her at SLA) has won a scholarship to attend an experience trip in South Africa this summer

21:01:13 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: and of course, her mom will also be in South Africa for some of that time too

21:01:17 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: Congrats Sharon!

21:01:28 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp-How exciting for Meg! Congratulations to her!

21:01:39 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.oovoo.com/

21:02:00 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: yea!

21:02:02 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Big girn--only 6:01 in Phoenix :-)

21:02:02 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: yes, I have it but none of my friends do

21:02:10 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: oovoo was cool

21:02:10 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: So easy to make vid email

21:02:13 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: that is great sharon

21:02:13 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: wow 76!

21:02:24 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.icue.com/portal/site/iCue/

21:02:25 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: please remember that we have a 30 second delay

21:02:32 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: the Diamond Girls!

21:02:36 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Yes, had my daughter check it out (HS)

21:02:41 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Looks great

21:02:47 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: wonder if teachers will use it

21:02:51 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/offthecharts/webkaraoke.html

21:03:15 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Great to have Kathy filling in for Vicki--she's a great facilitator!

21:03:20 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Welcome to Everyone just entering the ROOM!!!

21:03:31 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Welcome DS and Ryan -- Finn is ONE WEEK OLD TONIGHT!!! :)

21:03:31 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Bretag! Congrats!

21:03:34 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.digitalvaults.org/#

21:03:37 ds -> -EdTechTalk: hey JDub, and all

21:03:42 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: TY Brian!

21:03:50 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks PeggyG for the vote of confidence!

21:03:50 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Hey Ryan, how is the bebe?

21:03:53 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Yes he is Jen!

21:04:03 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Auntie Jen sent Cubs Color Clothing to Finn :)

21:04:10 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Great Cheryl! 10.5 -- gaining weight :-)

21:04:11 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Oh, Sharon what a great site!

21:04:23 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: What a good kid! Keep him growing.

21:04:24 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Wow! Thanks Aunt Jen!

21:04:37 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: What a fun site-independentlens--yes! you should definitely do this at NECC :-)

21:04:38 ds -> -EdTechTalk: congrats Ryan, all the best to you and family

21:04:46 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: smiles -- tis good to be a "psuedo" aunt

21:04:48 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Ryan! Congrats!

21:04:53 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: I think @NECC poetry will be fun!

21:05:13 cheri t -> -EdTechTalk: @Ryan - congratulations! How are you enjoying sleep deprivation?

21:05:19 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks all!

21:05:21 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: I think Jen should do kaoroke at NECC and ustream it

21:05:23 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.hotcitywireless.org/

21:05:24 ds -> -EdTechTalk: hope you all will be ustreaming lots from NECC :)

21:05:30 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Congrats to Ryan!! Got much sleep lately??

21:05:35 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Ryan you can sleep in a few years

21:05:36 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Finn and Cathy say thanks too!

21:05:41 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Jen can do karaoke at home for NECC :)

21:05:42 ds -> -EdTechTalk: too tree @mrsdurff--hey to you too!

21:05:46 ds -> -EdTechTalk: true

21:05:49 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Not a lot of sleep ;-)

21:05:51 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Bretag we're comin' to town on Sat.

21:06:01 ryanbretag -> -EdTechTalk: Sweet!

21:06:03 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: HEY DS, glad to see you

21:06:04 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hey doug!

21:06:08 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Sox game on Sat.

21:06:18 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: good

21:06:24 ds -> -EdTechTalk: thx Cheryl, good to see you too--been too long

21:06:29 ds -> -EdTechTalk: hey JS

21:06:37 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: tornados reported in GA

21:06:47 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: glad not near you

21:06:50 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.allmyfaves.com/

21:06:52 JohnS -> -EdTechTalk: Hey Doug. Just dropping in for a few minutes while my wife reboots.

21:07:03 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: John Schinker is my hero

21:07:08 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: he does not eat worm

21:07:09 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: s

21:07:17 JohnS -> -EdTechTalk: :-)

21:07:20 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: need cookies to go with coffee...back to kitchen

21:07:31 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Hello to all in the chat room.

21:07:39 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.google.com/doodle4google/vote.html#

21:07:39 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: what kind of cookies durff?

21:07:42 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: John, haven't had a chance to move my blog over to my new domain yet... but tomorrow

21:07:56 JohnS -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp np

21:08:35 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Can you personalize the allmyfaves site to include your own choices?

21:08:45 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: sonic is still around?

21:08:58 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: beth?

21:09:04 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: wow!!

21:09:08 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: bethkittle

21:09:13 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Aren't they amazing?

21:09:22 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Jen that is so exciting! Can't wait to hear who is the winner!

21:09:25 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: What a wonderful competition

21:09:29 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: knittle, beth

21:09:35 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: i roomed with beth knittle at educon

21:09:40 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: that beth?

21:09:45 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: The competition was really strong! Excellent contributions!

21:10:15 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Sue

21:10:20 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: I noticed those duplicates too and wondered if they were just entering the concept into different age groups?

21:10:21 sroseman -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Sharon

21:10:28 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Did Beth have all of her students enter the Google Doodle?

21:10:35 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: MAssachusetts on the Cape

21:10:38 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: cape cod?

21:10:46 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: Cape Cod

21:10:52 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: Way out nesr the end

21:10:55 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: the world is a very small place

21:10:59 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: near

21:11:04 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: I believe that is correct

21:11:09 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Yeah, I remember Beth ... had a great chat with her

21:11:13 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: OHMIGOSH -- it is VINNE vrotney!!!

21:11:14 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: the ijohns are here

21:11:21 cheri t -> -EdTechTalk: @Vinnie Hi how are you?

21:11:29 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Vinnie

21:11:55 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: evening melinda, did you get my message? with the links for our guests

21:12:04 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: louder

21:12:13 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @cheri i am doing ok. job is shifting, and i have been real busy. can't wait for the year to end. Thanks @jenwagner and @sharonp

21:12:37 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.mstportal.com/

21:12:41 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: your job is always shifting, Vinnie!

21:12:52 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Hey ColleenK!!!

21:13:02 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.mstportal.com/

21:13:09 mmiller7571 -> -EdTechTalk: hey cheryl i don't think so but that's okay i will figure it out

21:13:10 colleenk -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Jen. Hi Everyone.

21:13:21 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Matt!

21:13:22 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Welcome Matt and Debbie

21:13:32 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp so true, but even more so. I have been dropping lots of other responsibilities and i think that my new goal will be to take us 1:1.

21:13:36 matt montagne -> -EdTechTalk: hey jen

21:13:47 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: sound is faint

21:13:49 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Wendy's a little soft

21:13:50 cheri t -> -EdTechTalk: very hard to hear

21:13:52 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: oh, @vinnie - thought you were already 1:1

21:14:02 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Sorry for the in & out - tec trouble over here. Probably too many people in one house trying to listen & chat!

21:14:08 matt montagne -> -EdTechTalk: hey vinnie

21:14:09 ds -> -EdTechTalk: closer to mic please

21:14:11 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: the 1:1 landscape sure is changing

21:14:19 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://pondpartners.wikispaces.com/

21:14:44 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp gosh no, we are not. but if i have my way, we will be 1;1 7-8, 7-9, or 7-10 in 2009-10

21:15:10 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: hi shelia

21:15:34 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: very cool - what platform? Have seen it done well and done not so well.... teacher buy-in and prof dev is soooooo critical, but you probably already know that

21:16:38 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: we will talk softer and then maybe it will seem like they are talking louder???

21:16:45 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: How's our sound folks? Better?

21:16:54 cheri t -> -EdTechTalk: still very soft

21:17:07 sroseman -> -EdTechTalk: too soft

21:17:22 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: quiet and someone has skype alerts blurping

21:17:36 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: what an amazing, rigorous project for primary students!

21:17:38 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hi james sigler

21:17:47 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: those are my skype alerts... sorry.

21:18:03 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: thanks Deb -- grins -- I muted my sounds LOL -- wasn't just you Brian!!

21:18:04 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: @vinnie - if you are interested - a research study on teh laptop program here in Quebec.... http://www.cjlt.ca/content/vol32.1/sclater.html

21:18:06 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: no problem Brian, makes it interesting.

21:18:08 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp most likely tablet. Right now I am working more basic, administrative buy-in. And yes, I know prof dev is important, hence the job shift. Also, going to work with teachers on curriculum review

21:18:57 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp thanks for the link. I will check it out. have become great friends with ehelfant in St. Louis, who seems one year ahead in the process

21:19:07 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Durff!

21:19:07 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://pondpartners.wikispaces.com/

21:19:26 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Just heard Ferdi Serim on SL this afternoon talking about how to get funding for technology and PD and he stressed the importance of community projects for foundation funding.


21:19:40 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: @vinnie - really good idea to check out as much research as possible

21:20:08 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: DS what kind of text recognition? voice to text, with what?

21:20:09 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: great! Wendy is coming through loud and clear!

21:20:31 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: yes sound better!

21:20:33 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: @vinnie - the Canadian study is not that positive - be warned - review it for lessons learned

21:20:41 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Sound is much better! (Still getting the skype alerts, though)

21:20:45 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: thanks for the sound feedback!

21:20:57 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: any questions????

21:21:01 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: pleasxe let us know

21:21:06 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: FANTASTIC hands on learning for that age. My kids at that age are still naturally curious about things like that.

21:21:10 ds -> -EdTechTalk: HANDWRITING TO TEXT ON SMART bOARD

21:21:12 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp want to be able to present balance. Can't all be rosy

21:21:27 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: that is amazing DS.

21:21:29 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: @vinnie - so that is the study for you! :-)

21:21:30 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp look forward to presenting with you in Oct in Milwaukee

21:21:42 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: @vinnie - me too!

21:21:44 ds -> -EdTechTalk: dID STUDENTS TAKE PICTURES, CAN WE SEE?

21:22:17 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: handwriting to text on smartboard - wow - it NEVER recognized my handwriting (yes, that's how bad it is!)

21:22:52 mmiller7571 -> -EdTechTalk: oh my I so wish I could listen longer, maybe next time

21:23:28 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: melinda the podcast with be posted tomorrow

21:23:28 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: sharonp, it never worked well for me or my students either

21:23:40 ds -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp minetoo- it's gotten better's

21:23:40 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: I would love to know the best way to make it work

21:23:42 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: What was the total amount of the grant? Think I missed that

21:23:55 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hi derrall

21:24:05 mmiller7571 -> -EdTechTalk: thanks always love the show great ideas and great guests tonight goodnight

21:24:06 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: hi mrsdurff

21:24:16 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks Melinda

21:24:22 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: thanks mmiller

21:24:33 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: I went to stream ecology workshop last summer. It was great, and I've been wanting to do some study with my 3rd graders and ponds or streams.

21:24:35 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Hey DEB B!

21:24:38 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Books science and hands on science are two VERY different things!

21:25:08 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: Hey - C

21:25:22 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Kids love to find bugs and animals. :)

21:25:28 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: That is such a great testimonial! Encouraged girls to want to become scientists because of the approach. :-)

21:25:54 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: Echo Peggy's comments

21:26:13 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: somebody needs to turn off mic to eliminate echo

21:26:14 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: doess someone have another window open?

21:26:26 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hi linda

21:26:28 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: students presenting to real adults. Wow! That's super!

21:26:34 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: Maybe speakers on?

21:26:34 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks Peggy -- we got the echo fixed -- we hoped

21:26:37 LindaNitsche -> -EdTechTalk: Hi there!

21:27:02 LindaNitsche -> -EdTechTalk: I've been calling parents

21:27:12 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @James - you should have been in the Horizon Project Student Summits!

21:27:19 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Our guests are all using one mic, so they are listening with speakers, no way to change this now.

21:27:23 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Yo Diane!

21:27:28 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Using ustream to share the project was such an awesome way to communicate about the value of technology that supports learning!

21:27:40 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Diane!

21:27:52 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Ditto with Peggy's comment

21:27:56 ds -> -EdTechTalk: can never have enough llyouth voices"

21:27:57 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: i was able to watch the ustream live and was very impressed

21:27:59 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: @PeggyG Yes, it was very powerful... School Board was interested too!

21:28:14 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: What a great model for all of us!

21:28:18 LindaNitsche -> -EdTechTalk: So how do you manage to get ustream unblocked?

21:28:58 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Good question, Linda. We want to ustream 1st grade powerpoint presentations on animals, but have the same issue.

21:29:01 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Good POINT when you publish the work students rise to the occassion.

21:29:07 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: my district allows for the video to come thru, but not the chat

21:29:41 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: I work at BOCES where we asked to have the ports for chat opened. Told them what we wanted to do and they said okay.

21:29:46 LindaNitsche -> -EdTechTalk: Does it pull a great deal of bandwidth?

21:29:47 ds -> -EdTechTalk: from nevercomputer to wiki -now there's a testimonial!

21:29:49 loonyhiker -> -EdTechTalk: hate to run but we are entering amarillo now. i will listen to the rest when it gets posted

21:30:09 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: looneyhiker, will be posted tomorrow. thanks for dropping by

21:30:10 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: what engaged learning!

21:30:46 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: i have had very similar expereinces with authentic student productioas such as this

21:30:50 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: any questions for our guests???

21:32:34 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: I have a question Jen - If schools block Web 2.0 sites - has anyone used Verison's wireless card to connect to the Internet to get to sites?

21:32:50 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: As a matter of fact --

21:32:53 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Good question

21:32:57 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: we had that happen this week

21:33:05 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: and they were able to bypass totally our filter

21:33:08 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: I have seen my parents do this with their own computers at school

21:33:22 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: The way you explain your reasons for getting sites unblocked is so important and the focus on kids and curriculum is the key.

21:33:23 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: since they are going on with thier own card -- they are not limited to our filter

21:33:34 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: filtered BY our filter

21:33:36 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: but we as teachers, well, I don't know anyone other than business people who pay for the extra service, do you?

21:33:50 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: great question..... how can we connect this great pbl with standards-based testing

21:33:59 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: we had a student with the wireless card

21:34:12 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: that's cool Jen

21:34:15 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: really, a student brought on in

21:34:17 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Debbarrows That's pretty subversive. I'm not aware of that, but if done with an administrators approval I might try it.

21:34:39 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Great point Jen, students will have wireless cards very soon..

21:34:46 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: the student was "hmmmm" t

21:34:51 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: @briancsmith - well the teacher would be the only one with the access

21:34:52 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: how can I say this

21:35:03 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: I think the best way to think of well managed filters is to prevent students from accidently getting into inappropriate information. Any kid that really wants to get around the filter will... it's more about educating them than policing them

21:35:10 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: the student deliberately wanted to bypass the filter........which I didn't care

21:35:21 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: I agree, Diane, let's educate, not isolate

21:35:24 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @Jen 'engaged'?

21:35:27 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: I was bothered by his boasting thought

21:35:42 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Still, that could open all sorts of issues, I still would seek support from administrators. Hunt for the ones that have a good sense for learning and are progressive

21:35:42 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: but glad he was able to get to the sites he needed

21:36:00 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: even my kindergarteners figured out how to get on poptropica after it was blocked by going thru funbrain!

21:36:09 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: @briancsmith interesting point about being subversive-I would think you would still want parent permission to access those sites, but once received if supports curriculum it should be fine.

21:36:10 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: transfer of knowledge and competencies - best demo of learning

21:36:16 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: Hey Jen - this isn't much different than kids thinking outside the classroom - but with technology

21:36:17 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Higher level testing assesses higher level learning

21:36:53 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: workarounds are critical thinking = problem solving

21:36:53 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: They are thinking outside the (classroom) box

21:36:55 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: good point James, however those are not always the tests we see.

21:37:09 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hi mac!

21:37:27 LindaNitsche -> -EdTechTalk: Do you have any of that information or results posted anywhere?

21:37:34 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Opened ended questions are more expensive for testing companies to grade, so they don't use them unless they have to

21:37:37 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Very important role!!! :-) supporting spouse :-)

21:38:47 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Assessment is important to standards-based learning, but the kind of assessment matters

21:39:05 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: assessment drives the teaching, unfortunately, for many educators

21:39:16 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Linda the blog has the science information and comparative data at http://www.mstportal.com/

21:39:25 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: a less rich assessment leads to less rich educational experience

21:39:30 LindaNitsche -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks!

21:39:58 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: that's a really valuable perspective about the approach to incorporating new tools! Sensible and balanced!

21:39:59 debbarrows -> -EdTechTalk: How do you document this type of PD in your professional development portfoltio?

21:40:01 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: evening DavidJ

21:40:02 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: JAKES!

21:40:09 djakes -> -EdTechTalk: hello everyone

21:40:15 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Welcome David

21:40:22 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks for the link. I came in late and didn't know where the site was. Outstanding project to learn from!

21:40:25 ds -> -EdTechTalk: hello

21:40:45 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: http://bcsmith.edublogs.org/ here is Brian's blog

21:40:59 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.mstportal.com/ wendy's blog

21:41:00 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @dlaufenburg true the level of learning directly relates to the quality of the learning

21:41:07 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks!

21:41:07 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: i saw Brian there on a ustream!

21:41:16 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: at NYSCATE

21:41:26 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: i hear Mac~ hey Mac!!

21:41:48 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Lisa -- yes, Mac is very vocal tonight

21:42:00 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: I love PBL projects. I would like to do more of them in my classroom

21:42:11 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: he likes webcasting!

21:42:50 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: i do?

21:42:51 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: James, I think when PBL projects are planned well, they do meet the standards and students will be able to do the tests

21:43:04 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: "keeping tech simple"-great concept!

21:43:13 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: @djakes Da Bulls!

21:43:20 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: How much did they have to prepare before starting the project?

21:43:47 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: I'm hoping to use Jane Kraus's book "Rethinking PBL" to guide me for next year

21:43:58 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: mira mi shee = miramichi river

21:44:10 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @Peggy tech can be very simple when digital natives get ahold of it

21:44:18 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: @sharonp I'll correct her... gladly

21:44:19 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: hi beth

21:44:22 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: @Jen Wagner-you bring up such an important point about replication! The wiki is a great way to do that!

21:44:24 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: hi beth!

21:44:41 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @Cheryl I agree. Teach well and teach deeply and the tests will take care of themselves.

21:44:48 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: Hi

21:44:49 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: couldn't stand it, could you?

21:44:56 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: I like that quote!!! James.

21:45:19 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: @durff had no idea what you are talking about

21:45:26 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @James and teach thoughtfully

21:45:43 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: ask anyone beth

21:45:58 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Jane Krauss is doing a preso on Second Life next Tuesday (SIGTC) at 4:00pm :-)

21:46:08 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Hey Beth -- we boasted about you tonight!!!!

21:46:19 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @derallg I have heard about "Rethinking PBL" and thought it sounded like something I should read.

21:46:31 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: or eat

21:46:31 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Congrats on the Doodler!

21:46:36 colleenk -> -EdTechTalk: Hi Beth...I just became a member of MassCue.

21:46:46 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: @james.sigler sitting on the coffee table holding the mic up now!

21:46:58 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: @peggyG i missed her on Classroom 2.0 presentation so that's great

21:46:59 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: arm getting tired?

21:47:01 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: @Jen Durff was twitting that so I had check it out - the ears were burning

21:47:05 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: So is this the quote? Teach well, teach deeply, teach thoughtfully and the tests will take care of themselves! James and Lisa

21:47:07 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: what a purpose in life

21:47:11 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Mic thing is definitely working.

21:47:35 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: it is

21:47:45 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: @brian great to hear you tonight

21:47:46 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: I agree dschinker, it is an interesting thing to get settled with mic's , audio and headphones

21:47:48 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: good to hear

21:47:48 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: I like it!

21:47:51 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks Vinnie

21:47:54 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: @James you will recognize all the names she references and it felt like it was making connections I couldn't

21:47:54 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @cheryl no it is all James

21:48:23 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Do you know the date/time of your poster session at NECC? Would love to see the kids present :-)

21:48:24 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: hello carolynf, welcome

21:48:26 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: ah so sorry I missed most of the conversation!

21:48:32 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Parents, teachers, board members were like "deer in headlights"

21:48:33 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: Hi all :)

21:48:40 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: It rocked.

21:48:40 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: thanks Cheryl

21:48:42 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: The show will be a podcast and the chat posted tomorrow.

21:48:46 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Sorry I was typing

21:48:50 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: Aw, I know...Hi brian.

21:48:56 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Sound like a good blog entry

21:49:01 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Hey Carolyn.

21:49:01 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Brian, that you should make into a you tube!

21:49:03 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: We're working on project based learning project right now.

21:49:09 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: so I would have loved to have heard it all!

21:49:14 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: James, you so have to do that blog post!!!

21:49:24 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: @cheryl Might lose my job.

21:49:39 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Carolyn, come back to www.edtechtalk.com/womenofweb2.0

21:49:47 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: will do, cheryl

21:49:48 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Brian, bummer,

21:49:50 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: @colleen - does this mean you will be at the masscue conferece.

21:49:58 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Adults are so amazed by digital natives. People are floored when 1st graders research and do powerpoint presentations. It happens every year at my kids' school.

21:50:36 colleenk -> -EdTechTalk: @bknittle Absolutely - your tweet about it today set me in motion.

21:50:45 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: I think we're more scared than amazed at times!

21:50:48 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: but remember - we are ALL learners

21:50:51 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: People aren't floored when kids learn to write with pencils. Computers are still not thought of as tools - like pencils! Intergration is key...and starting at an early age. Super cool stuff.

21:51:07 djakes -> -EdTechTalk: and then they go to high school...

21:51:12 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: dschinker And for students, they don't even think about the tools for the most part

21:51:39 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @carolyn what PBL project are you working on?

21:51:44 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: @dschinker well said

21:51:51 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: @djakes Yep, that's a worry. How do we get others to realize students abilities if given the chance?

21:52:03 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: James, we are just starting a professional learning community to study project based and constructivist learning. Had a meeting today.

21:52:21 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Looping is providing such a great opportunity for those students! They will be able to build on this year's learning!

21:52:30 djakes -> -EdTechTalk: requires a different type of leadership with a different type of vision

21:52:32 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @Jen at the end, can you repeat the bit about beth knittle again?

21:52:38 ds -> -EdTechTalk: higher (HS and up) education will change

21:52:44 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: I like it when teachers can loop or spend more than one year with students.

21:52:59 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: @carolynf that's the kind of school I want to be at

21:53:07 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: I also think that this type of learning really engages kids and excites them. It's "boring" book learning and rote lecture that turns them off school (IMHO).

21:53:11 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @carolyn That sounds so great. I envy the teachers in your district.

21:53:19 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: @djakes HS is the hardest school to get teacher support Ihave no trouble at MS and ES

21:53:22 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: @Cheryl, Yes we should probably be doing more of that

21:53:35 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: I don't think it's the school as much as the way you approach learning... that's what's happening here.

21:53:38 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: Yes Lisa -- I will do that

21:53:45 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: James...a small group of us just decided to start one. So we met about three times to plan. Then invited others to join. We have about 15 now.

21:53:45 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: thanks Jen

21:53:54 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: just starting out.

21:54:01 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Looping would be great - provided there is a good teacher/student fit! (That doesn't always happen and I'd hate to be "trapped" wit a teacher who's not a good fit for my student.)

21:54:10 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: I think there is fear of change or trying new things in the face of testing

21:54:14 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: @carolynf - wow, that sounds exciting

21:54:24 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: BRian, James or Carolyn, is there a ning for project based learning?

21:54:40 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: cool idea

21:54:41 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: WOW! They thought of everything! The kids presenting to the "water council experts" was powerful! :-)

21:54:44 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: I think looping is like the opposite of departmentalization in JH and HS.

21:54:45 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: Karl Fisch helped us out a little.

21:54:48 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: @bknittle And rightfully so, in some cases.

21:54:49 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: HS teachers worry about knowing more than students. HArd to get them out of that mind set

21:54:55 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: wow, that is cool. REal life project.

21:55:00 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: what about on the classroom2.0 ning as a group?

21:55:02 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Carolyn, you are in good hands then with Karl

21:55:09 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: good idea durff!

21:55:16 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: he was our inspiration @cheryloakes

21:55:24 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Such an incredible example of authentic learning with real purpose and real audience!

21:55:28 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: HS teachers are a special group. :)

21:55:30 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: Isn't that super cool - real authentic life project

21:55:36 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @cheryl I know there is a PBL group on Diigo, not sure about Ning

21:55:39 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: Carolyn, I was so excited to meet him last year at NECC.

21:55:48 ds -> -EdTechTalk: @alice until you get to feel the liberation of admitting no one person will ever (nor should pretend/try) to know "everything"

21:55:52 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: i prefer HS over MS

21:55:55 ds -> -EdTechTalk: get them

21:56:03 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: never seem to get them though

21:56:03 sharonp -> -EdTechTalk: yes, technology should be invisible and ubiquitous...

21:56:05 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Re: knowing more than students - teachers need to encorage and model lifelong learning. I don't think that teachers should be expected to know it all, but know how to explore the questions from all sides.

21:56:13 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: @ ds YES~ indeed!

21:56:30 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Our GL sent out the SS pacing for next year as a word doc. i opened it in Google docs and then emailed an invite to the grade level suggesting we use this NEW collaborative tool. I wonder how it will be rec'd?

21:56:48 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Has anyone used Google docs as a gradelevel?

21:56:56 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Sheryl Nussbaum Beach has an awesome wiki for PBL - http://abpc.wikispaces.com/Project+Based+Learning

21:57:00 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: uh?

21:57:00 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: love that--the invisibility of the technology

21:57:05 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: thanks peggy

21:57:24 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: @sendkathy I have thought about doing something like that too.

21:57:26 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: @dschinker They seem to want to create materials to "show" students rather than thinking through the process of having student created content. Just a shift

21:57:27 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: would love your feedback on this post... http://bcsmith.edublogs.org/2008/04/07/theories-approaches-teaching/

21:57:29 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: @sendkathy we have departments using google docs

21:57:39 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @Kathy not getting your qt?

21:57:42 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Well I just thought I'd give it a try and see if anyone bites

21:57:59 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: qt?

21:58:05 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: @sendkathy - teachers at my girls' school still think email is advanced tech. I'm trying to do a project with googledocs, but not one of 9 even tried to open the doc...)-:

21:58:07 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Sheryl provides docs for planning projects, selecting topics, developing units and evaluating them--great stuff!

21:58:12 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: using google docs

21:58:21 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: @sendkathy and we have grade level teams using wikis to share curricular resources

21:58:26 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: @alicebarr that's the shift that's so hard to make, expecially put in action.

21:58:43 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: i show 7th grade how to use it

21:58:47 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: @dschinker, I checked the box that said put the doc in the email just so they could see it there!

21:58:51 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: is that what you mean?

21:59:00 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: @janicestearns Once the risk is taken, they love the work the students do!

21:59:11 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Excellent point-thanks for re-emphasizing the importance of focusing on the learning goals and not the technology.

21:59:22 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks folks!

21:59:22 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.google.com/doodle4google/vote.html#

21:59:24 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: love that the goal was inquiry :)

21:59:29 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: @sendkathy I should try that. It's a very dynamic doc, so they really need to go out an look at it as it changes. We'll keep trying!

21:59:33 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Inquiry rocks

21:59:40 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: i do all my end-of-the-year forms in google docs & share with principal

21:59:45 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: my history teacher and I are working with AP US students on a project as equals http://11daysproject.wikispaces.com. It has been a gas.

21:59:46 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Great point on the importance of failure. It's a hard lesson, even for grown ups. (-:

21:59:46 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Yes, keep trying!

21:59:51 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: and he (sigh) prints them out

22:00:00 VinnieVrotny -> -EdTechTalk: Need to go now. have a great evening all

22:00:04 ds -> -EdTechTalk: invariably there's a new "level of trust" in classrooms that have successfully, or even attempted, to move technology toward "invisibility" re curriculum

22:00:06 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Thank you Vinnie

22:00:09 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: thanks for joining us!

22:00:16 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: @mrsdurff *grin* Killing trees. (-:

22:00:17 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: I like to meet with teachers start with the objectives and then suggest other tools to help meet those opjectives

22:00:19 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @Jen bethknittle

22:00:19 dlaufenberg -> -EdTechTalk: thanks all!

22:00:25 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: See ya Diane!

22:00:28 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Thank you to Wendy, Brian, Martha, Chris!! Excellent conversation and fantastic project! So glad you shared it!

22:00:33 ds -> -EdTechTalk: wonderful show, again, as always

22:00:36 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: yep - will do

22:00:37 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks Peggy

22:00:41 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: that one beth!!

22:00:50 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: Was that Wendy smith ?

22:00:53 chrisssve -> -EdTechTalk: thank you for an interesting talk. night.

22:00:54 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Inquiry complete shifts the learning in the classroom.

22:00:56 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: great show thanks

22:01:01 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: thanks

22:01:06 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.googhttp://www.google.com/doodle4google/vote.html#le.com/dood...

22:01:11 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Inquiry is real learning.

22:01:11 Lesley Edwards -> -EdTechTalk: Great show! Thanks!

22:01:15 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: OOOOOHHHH webcaster extravanganza! How exciting!

22:01:17 JenWagner -> -EdTechTalk: http://www.google.com/doodle4google/vote.html#

22:01:24 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: I love hearing about real projects that I might be able to replicate

22:01:29 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: What a great show, great chat and incredible information.

22:01:29 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: thanks Jen

22:01:43 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Issues? Whaddya mean? Tech always works perfectly the first time. (-:

22:01:45 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: or walking

22:01:46 janicestearns -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks for a great show!

22:01:50 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: Woo Hoo!

22:01:55 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks for the chats, folks!

22:01:58 cheryloakes wow2 -> -EdTechTalk: thanks for being here this evening!!! Good night all.

22:02:01 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: It was fun Thanks!

22:02:03 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: Jen, hope you post the link to this in twitter tomorrow :) since I missed part of it.

22:02:07 alicebarr -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks!

22:02:08 sroseman -> -EdTechTalk: A WOW Show!!

22:02:19 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Super show!

22:02:20 sheila -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks all!

22:02:23 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: @JenWagner-you asked some wonderful questions tonight! Really helped to guide the conversation :-)

22:02:23 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: Goodnight everybody!

22:02:27 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: Wow is always awesome

22:02:37 PeggyG -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks everyone!

22:02:38 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: nite everybody

22:02:38 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: Night all :)

22:02:40 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: I look forward to next week's show

22:02:45 dschinker -> -EdTechTalk: @PeggyG I agree - She was really fantastic!

22:02:49 cheri t -> -EdTechTalk: bye all - thanks for a great lurking night

22:02:51 derrallg -> -EdTechTalk: nite

22:02:52 sendkathy -> -EdTechTalk: Good NIGHT!

22:02:57 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: though I usually catch the podcasts later

22:03:00 briancsmith -> -EdTechTalk: Good night folks

22:03:06 carolynf -> -EdTechTalk: night Brian :)

22:03:08 James.Sigler -> -EdTechTalk: Goodnight

22:03:15 bknittle -> -EdTechTalk: Good night

22:03:22 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: @beth except when we talk about you

22:03:30 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: nite beth

22:03:31 ds -> -EdTechTalk: night all, thanks

22:03:37 sroseman -> -EdTechTalk: Thanks

22:03:47 mrsdurff -> -EdTechTalk: break a leg