11:58:56 arvind -> hello all. We’ll be broadcasting in about a few minutes
12:05:50 arvind -> we’re streaming now on Channel A. Trying to get the UStream going as well
12:06:23 arvind -> welcome ilhii and thekyleguy
12:06:26 arvind -> where’s everyone from?
12:06:47 thekyleguy -> thanks for the welcome Arvind. From Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
12:06:59 arvind -> great, how did you find us?
12:07:03 thekyleguy -> No sound here yet. have you started?
12:07:09 thekyleguy -> I follow you through twitter
12:07:12 arvind -> you should be able to get audio on EdTechTalk A
12:07:16 arvind -> no audio?
12:07:29 thekyleguy -> currently not streaming
12:07:36 arvind -> one sec, testing it out on my side
12:07:43 thekyleguy -> thats what it says under status
12:08:07 thekyleguy -> i have channel A running in my itunes
12:08:33 arvind -> I just tried it. Channel A is running on my itunes
12:09:11 arvind -> working for you yet?
12:09:23 thekyleguy -> hmm
12:10:26 thekyleguy -> i will be back
12:12:18 arvind -> hey Matt
12:12:20 arvind -> welcome
12:12:38 matt montagne -> hi @czautcke!
12:12:43 matt montagne -> hey arvind
12:12:48 arvind -> Matt, can you check audio on EdTechTalk A?
12:12:55 matt montagne -> audio sounds greeat
12:13:12 matt montagne -> quality is good
20:26:11 SusanEttenheim -> hi czautcke and sine
20:29:36 Bill O’Neal -> Hi. I’ll be back in a minute…
20:36:05 pbaques -> hello…
20:36:15 pbaques -> anybody home?
20:38:29 SusanEttenheim -> hi pbaques welcome!
20:38:45 sine -> hello
20:38:58 SusanEttenheim -> so where is everyone from tonight?
20:39:05 sine -> Delaware
20:39:09 SusanEttenheim -> ah
20:39:14 SusanEttenheim -> what grades?
20:39:22 sine -> Univ of Delaware
20:39:31 sine -> www.udel.edu/sine
20:39:46 sine -> K-12 inservice teacher support and grad students
20:40:31 SusanEttenheim -> welcome!
20:40:36 SusanEttenheim -> have you joined us before?
20:40:36 sine -> thx
20:40:45 sine -> not this one but others here
20:40:58 sine -> and I’ve subscribed to a few as podcasts
20:41:08 SusanEttenheim -> well – welcome!
20:41:27 sine -> thx
20:41:56 SusanEttenheim -> have you seen youthtwitter.com?
20:42:12 sine -> just checked it out
20:42:16 sine -> very interesting
20:42:30 sine -> I’m still unsure about twitter
20:42:44 sine -> some good stuff but hard to jump into
20:42:46 SusanEttenheim -> we have a somewhat informal show tonight and I imagine there will be conversation about this
20:42:58 SusanEttenheim -> do you see that this is not really twitter?
20:43:20 sine -> yeah..i’ve been doing chatrooms for at least 10 years
20:43:37 SusanEttenheim -> I mean youthtwitter.com
20:43:47 SusanEttenheim -> hi n2teaching welcome
20:43:59 SusanEttenheim -> pbaques still there?
20:44:03 sine -> oh..yes I saw what it was. I was comparing the 2
20:44:51 SusanEttenheim -> ah because we were concerned about using twitter in school too
20:46:19 sine -> but I saw it as a way to twitter in a safe place
20:46:29 Bill O’Neal -> I guess we are not yet streaming?
20:46:32 sine -> if that’s so, you’d have to believe that twitter was a good idea
20:46:45 n2teaching -> Hi, Susan. My first time, and I am glad I finally got in on time;D
20:47:10 SusanEttenheim -> great welcome! yes bill not streaming yet
20:49:33 paulallison -> opps… getting late.
20:49:46 paulallison -> Hi all.
20:49:47 SusanEttenheim -> hi just called you
20:49:59 SusanEttenheim -> hi n2teaching welcome
20:50:00 paulallison -> here now… just making tea.
20:50:03 SusanEttenheim -> where are you ?
20:50:54 SusanEttenheim -> and what grades do you work with n2teaching?
20:50:55 n2teaching -> Well, in real time, I am in KS; but I am also attending an Online Communities mtg in San Francisco; sorry it is a monthly sched mtg!
20:51:13 paulallison -> why sorry? Welcome.
20:51:24 n2teaching -> as we speak;D
20:52:10 SusanEttenheim -> glad you can do both!
20:53:19 n2teaching -> hmmm; we’ll find out; I was interested in this because I am working on a presentation for our Family and Consumer Extension groups to coordinate w/schools; learning more about cyberculture;D
20:53:31 SusanEttenheim -> great!
20:54:20 Bill O’Neal -> I’m back
20:57:38 SusanEttenheim -> hi angelamaiers welcome
20:57:46 SusanEttenheim -> hi LD welcome
20:57:49 pbaques -> hi This is Pablo Baqués from Boston… Ben Franklin Institute of Technology…math
20:57:53 SusanEttenheim -> please introduce yourselves!
20:58:05 SusanEttenheim -> welcome pablo
20:58:12 pbaques -> tks Susan
20:58:28 paulallison -> We will be broadcasting in just a minute
20:58:38 pbaques -> ok.
20:58:54 pbaques -> I would like to leave an invitation, if I may…
20:59:19 pbaques -> I hold Marratech demo sessions from the Franklin Institute
20:59:19 SusanEttenheim -> please do!
20:59:42 SusanEttenheim -> can you hear us?
20:59:46 pbaques -> if you would like to take part, please email me at
20:59:57 pbaques -> [email protected]
21:00:30 SusanEttenheim -> let’s make sure you can all hear us?
21:00:37 pbaques -> and I will let you know when the next videoconference takes place, and will give you the username and password to get in the room
21:01:06 sine -> yes
21:01:42 SusanEttenheim -> http://blogs.oet.udel.edu/sine/
21:01:43 n2teaching -> plz xcuz my lack of knowldge, what is Marratech?
21:01:57 sine -> the stream is loud and clear
21:02:13 pbaques -> Marratech is a videoconferencing platform:
21:02:19 pbaques -> www.marratech.com
21:02:24 sine -> I hear everybody and it is sine, rhymes with line
21:02:40 LD -> You may need to refresh the window to see the audio stream
21:03:19 SusanEttenheim -> thanks pat!
21:03:38 n2teaching -> OK, I will check it out; will we get a transcript of this session?
21:04:18 SusanEttenheim -> yes we publish after every show
21:04:23 SusanEttenheim -> welcome gary
21:04:27 n2teaching -> heehee! the Google search box is right under the text box? did a search instead of comment
21:04:28 SusanEttenheim -> hi cathy
21:04:44 Cathy E -> hello all
21:04:48 SusanEttenheim -> we’re looking forward to bringing people on the call tonight!
21:04:58 SusanEttenheim -> so let me know when you’re ready to speak up!
21:05:18 paulallison -> http://youthvoices.net
21:07:06 SusanEttenheim -> hi pbaques
21:07:08 sine -> so the swarm moves just like in the adult world
21:07:10 SusanEttenheim -> hi mike
21:07:22 pbaques -> hi again… i cant hear you…
21:07:23 SusanEttenheim -> have you all seen youthtwitter?
21:07:26 MikeSansone -> Hi Susan:-)
21:07:36 SusanEttenheim -> where are you mike?
21:07:46 MikeSansone -> I’ve seen YouthTwitter, but not yet used it
21:07:52 MikeSansone -> I’m in Des Moines, IA
21:08:00 SusanEttenheim -> what grade do you work with?
21:08:14 sine -> Does everyone know about youthtwitter? If not, I could use a little more background
21:08:17 pbaques -> Boston here… is there sthg I should be hearing?
21:08:22 dgoodman -> is there a link for youthtwitter
21:08:35 MikeSansone -> I’ve just begun working as a Social Mediatician 🙂 for an Educational Consultancy (Angela Maiers)
21:09:30 SusanEttenheim -> hi james welcome
21:09:34 MikeSansone -> We’re hoping to educate Iowa schools in how to use Social Media rather than ban the tools
21:09:48 James Sigler -> Hi
21:09:55 gary -> http://www.youthtwitter.com/
21:10:00 SusanEttenheim -> sounds interesting mike
21:10:05 SusanEttenheim -> thanks gary
21:10:08 dgoodman -> thanks gary
21:10:18 SusanEttenheim -> gary where are you and what ages do you work with?
21:10:20 gary -> You are welcome
21:11:06 gary -> Alberta Canada – retited teacher working as a University facilitator with student teachers
21:11:44 James Sigler -> I still don’t get twitter. It’s hard enough for me to keep up my blog and my class web page.
21:11:58 SusanEttenheim -> welcome lynne!
21:12:14 gary -> Twitter is easier to ignore and more immediate
21:12:34 MikeSansone -> One thing I dig about microblogging (Twitter, et al) is it rquires concise communication
21:12:54 sine -> Twitter feels more like a cocktail party to me. I can wander around different groups
21:13:58 Lynne -> Sorry, I had to log-on twice. I was trying to get the broadcast…got it.
21:14:22 MikeSansone -> It’s easier to follow Twitter if you know your task (e.g., seeking news, chit-chat, collaboration, etc
21:15:00 sine -> oops…the gravitar thing???
21:16:20 sine -> That’s twitter to me!
21:16:39 sine -> Also, twitter has a clubby feeling too
21:17:11 James Sigler -> Everybody seems to be doing Twitter.
21:17:52 sine -> In twitter, the trick seems to be to pick the right people to follow. Is there a need for that in YT?
21:17:57 MikeSansone -> Susan…yes you can, same name as you see here
21:18:01 SusanEttenheim -> james where are you and what age do you work with?
21:18:32 James Sigler -> I am in Joplin, Missouri. I teach 3rd graders.
21:19:12 SusanEttenheim -> wow have you seen the other 3rd grade work going on in youthtwitter?
21:19:18 SusanEttenheim -> hi michael welcome!
21:19:20 Michael.Dodes -> Good evening…sorry I’m late
21:19:25 sine -> interesting, but hard find the right group
21:20:08 James Sigler -> No. 3rd graders are doing Youthtwitter?! wow! How do they use it?
21:20:13 sine -> How many are now in YT?
21:20:43 sine -> Do you think the success will fall off as it gets more crowded?
21:21:17 sine -> Bravo, Mike!
21:21:54 SusanEttenheim -> welcome angela
21:22:18 angela maiers -> Thanks! First time here-not sure how to engage in the discussion!
21:22:59 James Sigler -> How do you register students on YT if they don’t have an e-mail.
21:23:31 SusanEttenheim -> angela – can you hear us?
21:24:14 sine -> So Jonathan is in there with no oversight?
21:24:37 angela maiers -> Yeah-I havwe sound!!!
21:24:56 SusanEttenheim -> hi janet welcome
21:25:09 janetpbj -> Hi
21:25:35 angela maiers -> Hello everyone!
21:26:11 SusanEttenheim -> great welcome janet and angela
21:26:19 SusanEttenheim -> please introduce yourselves!
21:27:41 angela maiers -> I am a literacy consultant living in Iowa. I am passionate about learning and feel so blessed to get to work with learners of all ages-prek-Grad school! How about you all?
21:27:46 SusanEttenheim -> glad you’re back janet
21:27:56 cnansen -> craig nansen, techology director, Minot ND
21:27:59 SusanEttenheim -> wow angela
21:28:11 SusanEttenheim -> welcome craig!
21:28:16 Bill O’Neal -> http://criterion.ets.org/
21:28:17 SusanEttenheim -> have you joined us before?
21:28:35 SusanEttenheim -> do any of you use criterion?
21:28:39 cnansen -> Nope
21:29:03 James Sigler -> I heard about the Dafur project and Mrs. Drexler’s class. Neat stuff.
21:29:11 angela maiers -> Does criterion follow the 6 traits?
21:29:14 SusanEttenheim -> welcome gail!
21:29:28 SusanEttenheim -> good question angela
21:29:31 angela maiers -> Susan, how about you?
21:29:38 SusanEttenheim -> high school nyc
21:29:40 gail desler -> hi susan
21:29:59 Lynne -> I’m Lynne Culp, and I teach in HS in Northridge, CA
21:30:12 angela maiers -> Do you all have blogs? I just started Twitter and I am addicted!
21:30:19 gail desler -> Hi Lynne:D
21:30:38 Lynne -> Hi Gail! Good to share some space!
21:30:40 paulallison -> Do Lynne or Gail want to join us?
21:30:45 cnansen -> Twiter is how I found out about this
21:31:17 Lynne -> sure…
21:31:20 angela maiers -> Me, too! How often do you meet?
21:32:08 gail desler -> Paul, let me listen awhile and catch up with the conversation
21:32:39 angela maiers -> Can you catch me up on the topic?
21:33:11 SusanEttenheim -> hi le
21:33:13 SusanEttenheim -> lee
21:33:29 SusanEttenheim -> we’re on every wed – here at edtechtalk at 9pm eastern
21:33:39 SusanEttenheim -> hummm angela
21:33:43 SusanEttenheim -> 😉
21:34:16 James Sigler -> Do students have a real audience in Criterion, or it just for the teacher?
21:34:34 sine -> sorry..have to go..thx!
21:34:57 angela maiers -> Great question, James. Authentic writing requires real purposes and audiences-I agree.
21:35:19 gail desler -> Nodding head in agreement with Angela
21:35:30 SusanEttenheim -> here’s the summary of where we’ve been and what we’re trying to do tonight
21:35:36 SusanEttenheim -> yes
21:36:21 James Sigler -> Seems like a blog could have them write to a prompt and additionally allow them to interact through comments.
21:36:25 lee baber -> Here is a magazine article from Converge magazine in part about our show TTT http://www.convergemag.com/story.php?catid=422&storyid=106727
21:36:35 angela maiers -> Hey Mike!
21:36:38 SusanEttenheim -> ugh- rumor has it that there is forsythia in Central Park
21:38:14 lee baber -> Just for fun.. i created an internet and email webiste for my 8th grade students. Let me know if you have any data I can add to it! I know i am off topic but… http://crosscreekbluegrass.com/wayback/internetextras.html
21:38:45 angela maiers -> Thanks for the links-checking them out now. Gotta love firefox!
21:39:58 lee baber -> http://youthtwitter.com
21:40:07 SusanEttenheim -> we’ve been wandering a bit and we might have lost some questions from the chat room – what areou all thinking about?
21:40:09 lee baber -> http://youthvoices.net
21:40:16 SusanEttenheim -> thanks lee!
21:40:23 lee baber -> Sure Susan.
21:41:13 James Sigler -> Twitter as reflection and closure of class discussions? Interesting
21:41:59 SusanEttenheim -> james are you thinking of anything in particular?
21:42:42 James Sigler -> No. I was trying to think of possibilities of YT in the classroom.
21:43:14 James Sigler -> Too often we don’t give students a chance to reflect on their learning
21:43:21 lee baber -> http://elggplans.wikispaces.com/Using+Google+Reader
21:43:53 James Sigler -> Twitter would allow them to quickly reflect but still think through their writing.
21:44:39 cnansen -> Twitter is more collaborative than individual blogs
21:44:41 SusanEttenheim -> hi chris
21:44:54 csloan -> I got cut off when Paul was talking
21:45:08 gail desler -> @ cnansen – interesting comment
21:45:30 Michael.Dodes -> Maybe teach students Twitetiquette?
21:45:52 James Sigler -> Is twitter a hybrid of chat and blog?
21:45:55 Michael.Dodes -> Or just ask them…how could you seriously annoy other people using twitter
21:46:24 angela maiers -> Michael-love that…Twitetiquette!
21:46:31 lee baber -> Twittequette… perfect1
21:46:46 csloan -> do I call you Susan or was cutting me off a subtle hint?
21:46:48 cnansen -> Set up a class twitter that follows each of the students
21:46:52 James Sigler -> Love the term – Twitequette
21:46:56 lee baber -> Chris!!! no way
21:47:00 cnansen -> nobody else gets bothered by their tweets
21:47:09 Michael.Dodes -> Just thinking about how to get students thinking about how to use twitter and play nice
21:47:15 SusanEttenheim -> looks like your skype isn’t on chris what happened?
21:47:18 Michael.Dodes -> and about other users
21:48:49 angela maiers -> Michael-one problem is Twitter is blocked at many schools I worked with!
21:48:57 Michael.Dodes -> I think he’s saying start a twitter account and just follow the students to track them
21:49:08 SusanEttenheim -> cnansen can you say more?
21:49:17 James Sigler -> Is twitter still one-to-many or one-to-one, or both?
21:50:05 angela maiers -> James-I am an emergent twitterette but I am finding it working both ways!
21:50:47 Michael.Dodes -> You follow individuals, and that ends in many, and when you tweet, you send it to however many people follow you…so that’s one to many.
21:51:11 Michael.Dodes -> You can tweet in reply directly to one person
21:52:07 cnansen -> http://tinyurl.com/yqtbr9
21:52:29 cnansen -> The idea is to have a subgroup of students using twitter
21:52:32 lee baber -> I have a student who is extremely behind the social wave.. she is twittering here ina way that that makes me wonder if it is her. She is amazing. I asked her about it and she was quite grateful for the opportunity to have such a wonderful tool.
21:52:57 cnansen -> There is one twitter account that is used to follow each of the students
21:53:02 SusanEttenheim -> glad you’re back lynne
21:53:02 lee baber -> Her reflections are true to the heart and well written
21:53:17 cnansen -> Assume that acount is classtwit
21:53:40 Michael.Dodes -> http://twitternotes.com/
21:53:46 cnansen -> each student posts ideas wich are followed (aggregated) by the classtwit account
21:54:03 SusanEttenheim -> how did you do that cnansen
21:54:05 SusanEttenheim -> ?
21:54:17 SusanEttenheim -> hi lorna welcome
21:54:23 lorna -> Hi
21:54:31 cnansen -> Then anyone can go to the classtwit account and read all the tweets
21:54:38 SusanEttenheim -> where are you and what grades do you work with?
21:54:51 SusanEttenheim -> we just did that with tumblr
21:54:58 lorna -> I’m doing a screencast of edtechtalk
21:54:59 SusanEttenheim -> class tumblrs
21:55:26 lorna -> can you drop the link again pls
21:55:29 SusanEttenheim -> what do you mean lorna?
21:55:36 SusanEttenheim -> which link?
21:55:45 SusanEttenheim -> sure do you mean youthtwitter.com?
21:55:56 lorna -> I’m doing a screencast of the edtechtalk window
21:55:59 Michael.Dodes -> youthtwitter is blocked at my school 🙁
21:56:02 SusanEttenheim -> you can always find all the links at edtechtalk.com or teachersteachingteachers.org
21:56:05 lorna -> sorry to be confusing
21:56:15 SusanEttenheim -> michael you can get it unblocked
21:56:39 Michael.Dodes -> is there a way online or is there a form I have to track down?
21:56:49 lorna -> thanks for your help keeo working I am just listening now
21:56:57 SusanEttenheim -> email me and I can send you the link
21:57:11 Michael.Dodes -> will do
21:57:48 angela maiers -> I wish I would have discovered the conversation earlier-I have to put my kids to bed…school night. It was great chatting with everyone. I look forward to future conversations. You can find me at www.angelamaiers.com
21:58:11 SusanEttenheim -> great angela and you can find us at edtechtalk.com!
21:59:30 Michael.Dodes -> I’m mining delicious right now for twitter related stuff
21:59:34 n2teaching -> Thanks! I use twitter every day! I have discussed Twitter w/teens, but they don’t see the point.
21:59:42 angela maiers -> Nice to meet everyone-I have bookmarked the site and look forward to sharing this with my readers and teachers!
21:59:55 gary -> When is the grade 3 twittering done – in class or at home or both?
22:00:06 cnansen -> http://del.icio.us/cnansen/twitter
22:00:13 paulallison -> http://susanettenheim.tumblr.com
22:02:10 n2teaching -> http://del.icio.us/n2teaching/
22:02:32 Michael.Dodes -> Thanks cnansen – saves me some work 🙂
22:02:47 lee baber -> our students have begun signing upfor tumblr as well
22:03:01 lee baber -> so all 140 0f my kids will be through next week
22:03:53 James Sigler -> Does Twitter archive the tweets?
22:05:08 Michael.Dodes -> yes
22:05:39 James Sigler -> Good. Because I know students like to keep their writing
22:06:38 cnansen -> http://www.terraminds.com/twitter will search Twitter archives
22:07:44 lee baber -> http://elggplans.wikispaces.com/Curriculum#tocCurriculum16
22:07:53 cnansen -> So you could also have students tag posts and later search for all tweets that included that tag
22:07:58 James Sigler -> Can you make an RSS of the twitter RSSs so they can find each other?
22:08:20 SusanEttenheim -> ok cnansen – you’ll have to promise to come on and talk live in the future!
22:08:23 James Sigler -> How do you tag tweets?
22:08:24 SusanEttenheim -> too!
22:08:35 lee baber -> google reader curriculum http://elggplans.wikispaces.com/Curriculum#tocCurriculum12
22:08:57 lee baber -> Yes..agree on a taga
22:08:59 lee baber -> tag
22:09:01 cnansen -> Tag tweets by agreeing on a common tag such as ETT for Ed Tech Talk
22:09:06 SusanEttenheim -> suggestions?
22:09:40 lee baber -> four photos curriculum http://elggplans.wikispaces.com/Curriculum#tocCurriculum16
22:09:50 SusanEttenheim -> thanks lee – you’re fast!
22:09:58 SusanEttenheim -> are your students making them too?
22:10:04 lee baber -> Johnny on the Spott
22:11:14 lee baber -> http://elggplans.wikispaces.com/Curriculum#tocCurriculum16
22:11:40 SusanEttenheim -> 4images
22:12:18 lee baber -> http://elggplans.wikispaces.com/4photos
22:12:41 Michael.Dodes -> a modification lol
22:13:00 gail desler -> night all
22:13:11 SusanEttenheim -> the theory and the guts tonight all mixed up!
22:13:27 Michael.Dodes -> oh the humanity
22:13:39 lee baber -> btw.. anyone know of a good online database to use to teach databases to middle school? We dont have access.
22:13:59 SusanEttenheim -> isn’t there some classic project using m&ms?
22:14:26 Michael.Dodes -> I think I know what you’re talking about
22:14:47 SusanEttenheim -> ask the students bill to get you to youthtwitter!
22:14:52 lee baber -> http://www.mustech.net
22:14:54 cnansen -> Online database – zoho creator – http://www.zoho.com
22:15:11 lee baber -> please announce next weeks music in the classroom show
22:15:22 SusanEttenheim -> info lee?
22:15:30 lee baber -> http://www.mustech.net/
22:15:37 lee baber -> Dr. Joe Pisano
22:15:54 lee baber -> no
22:15:56 lee baber -> yes
22:16:04 Michael.Dodes -> Good night everyone
22:16:09 SusanEttenheim -> 😉 lee
22:16:11 gary -> http://kproxy.com/ for those interested
22:16:12 Bill O’Neal -> James: How near are you to Nevada, MO? The teacher across the hall from me is from there.
22:16:13 SusanEttenheim -> ;0
22:16:16 lee baber -> Dr. Frankel
22:16:24 SusanEttenheim -> 🙂
22:16:29 lee baber -> may join us as well and Karen Ellis
22:16:34 lee baber -> music in the classroom
22:16:36 SusanEttenheim -> lol thanks gary
22:17:15 James Sigler -> Nevada is about an hour north of us. Pretty close. Say hello from Joplin for me.
22:17:26 Michael.Dodes -> That promediaplus site I just found out about has me reeling still
22:17:29 lee baber -> http://teachersteachingteachers.org/?cat=217
22:17:31 lee baber -> Night
22:17:36 lee baber -> thaks
22:17:38 lee baber -> thanks
22:17:56 SusanEttenheim -> thanks everyone – come back next week please!
22:18:12 lee baber -> Thaks again for everyhting susan
22:18:17 lee baber -> i will keep you posted
22:18:20 SusanEttenheim -> keep in touch!
22:18:23 SusanEttenheim -> xo
22:18:24 n2teaching -> Thanks, how do we get a text of this mtg?
22:18:27 paulallison -> Night Lee… get some rest!
22:18:35 SusanEttenheim -> all will be posted at edtechtalk.com!
22:18:39 lee baber -> yes…on the way… and thanks Paul
22:19:02 SusanEttenheim -> n2teaching you can catch up with previous shows there too
22:19:04 n2teaching -> Thanks, I am happy to make it this evening; look forward to next time;D
22:19:09 SusanEttenheim -> and at teachersteachingteachers.org
22:19:16 lee baber -> and
22:19:17 SusanEttenheim -> great!
22:19:28 lee baber -> http://edteachtalk.com/teachersteachingteachers
22:19:30 James Sigler -> I’ve been listening to EdTehTalk podcasts for months, and I can’t believe I actually got to talk. I feel famous. Thanks!
22:19:32 n2teaching -> I appreciate it! Good Night
22:19:40 SusanEttenheim -> you are james!
22:19:45 lee baber -> https://edtechtalk.net/teachersteachingteachers
22:19:45 SusanEttenheim -> thanks for joining in
22:19:58 lee baber -> hehe James!
22:20:03 SusanEttenheim -> that’s what jeff lebow and dave cormier did to us!
22:20:09 lee baber -> you must join in more often in that case
22:20:10 SusanEttenheim -> this is our 93rd show tonight
22:20:12 James Sigler -> lol
22:20:14 lee baber -> cool
22:20:40 James Sigler -> I’ll come whenever I can.
22:20:44 SusanEttenheim -> signing off to go upload the audio – thanks again everyone!
22:20:45 James Sigler -> night
11:58:56 arvind -> hello all. We’ll be broadcasting in about a few minutes