This was our Back to School Special. We discussed the following;
- We explored the differences between a traditional classroom and a Web 2.0 Classroom.
- We discussed the new NETS standards for technology. We looked at student profiles and what students are expected to do in the different grade levels.
- We talked about how we use Web 2.0 tools in our classrooms.
- We then opened up a round table discussion.
Other resources from the show:
- Our show outline can be viewed here
Our next show will be on Monday September 10 at 4 p.m. PDT/6 p.m.
CDT/8 p.m. EDT, on the subject of the use of Moodle in the elementary
classroom with our guest, James Gates of http://eduspaces.net/jamesg/weblog Join us then, at https://edtechtalk.net/chat!
Text Chat Log Below
LisaParisi: i’m listening
JoseR: thanks LisaP
LisaParisi: i hear everyone
JoseR: Ok We are starting soon
Durff: hi lisa
LisaParisi: ok…i’m uploading my show so i have other things to do
LisaParisi: hi durff
LisaParisi: how do you type and talk at the same time?
LisaParisi: i love to listen to you all.
Maria: can’t add the slide share
JoseR: Durff is the Chat room director today, right?
Alice Mercer: http://www.slideshare.net/mizmercer/education-and-web-20
LisaParisi: hi lori
Durff: hi loria
Durff: hi loria
loria: is there audio too?
Durff: ETT A
loria: what channel?
Durff: click on the black link underneath chat room
LisaParisi: hi all
Alice Mercer: Loria where are you from
Maria: welcome Loria
LisaParisi: posting it now
loria: I’m from IL
loria: I"m listening
Durff: got sound?
LisaParisi: i see you’re listening lor
loria: I was in SL too
LisaParisi: i came in last night but missed everyone
LisaParisi: too late i guess
loria: everone got off somewhat early
JoseR: thanks for joining us
LisaParisi: BTW…Lor has been here before or in wow or something…she comes
to my shows too
LisaParisi: welcome back lor
loria: oops closed the wrong window
Durff: i do that all the time
Durff: no worries
Jason Hando: Hi Folks
LisaParisi: hi jason
Durff: hey jason
JoseR: Hy Jason
Hando: Hi Lisa’s and Jose
LisaParisi: project based instruction is key
LisaParisi: open ended projects
JoseR: What are your thoughts about Essentials in the web 2.0 classroom
LisaParisi: let kids decide
Jason Hando: Essential 1: the teacher is a learner just like the students when
it comes to edtech!
LisaParisi: good working computers, access to just about anything, and time
LisaParisi: yes jason
LisaParisi: let the kids lead the way
Jason Hando: Essentail 2: access needs to encourage involvement – no good if
computers don’t work
JoseR: Good points Jason.
loria: yes, need equity with hardware updated to handle new Web 2.0
LisaParisi: it’s all about timing and outcome needs
JoseR: You are looking at barriers?
loria: yes there are barriers
Jason Hando: I prefer the word "embed" rather than "integrate Lisa
JoseR: I am facing that with older emacs with OS 9.2
JoseR: ditto jason
Maria: embed – good word
loria: I have imacs – going on 8 years old – but we did update to osx
Jason Hando: eMacs can run OSX, is it a licence $ issues Jose?
JoseR: update on ours went funky.
JoseR: for us is being the new teacher. New computers are in the main building
LisaParisi: it’s all about what comes first…technology or content
LisaParisi: content first then how can technology help or enhance
LisaParisi: not – great tech, how can i use this in the classroom
JoseR: Content does go first
Jason Hando: oh, I just bought an eMac online auction for $120, running OSX
10.3, my wife loves her new comp and I get off being a cheapskate 😉
loria: yes use tech to enhance the learning
Jason Hando: learning comes first, content second, tech third
Alice Mercer: miz mercer
loria: but need to think about what tech skills can be embedded
Durff: which ones do you think?
Alice Mercer: Skype Miz Mercer if you want to join conversation
loria: collaboration and creativity
loria: can be embedded with problem based learning
Durff: skype in loria
Jason Hando: Ed/Tech Skills: research info, refine info, summarise, communicate
loria: can’t stay on long
Alice Mercer: that’s okay
Alice Mercer: skype me
loria: embed Big6 skills with learning and technology
LisaParisi: hi susan
JoseR: Hi susan
LisaParisi: saw your wiki work
Durff: hi susan
LisaParisi: cheryl is working on the site now
LisaParisi: i can if you want
LisaParisi: call me
JoseR: We are continuing with rountable discussion We’ll bring you into Skype
loria: have to go now
Durff: expertly done outtro!
loria: Lisa –
LisaParisi: bye lor…sl later?
loria: I’ll be in SL a little later
loria: in about an hour or so
loria: durff come join us at DEN or TBC
Alice Mercer: Loria, call me
Durff: what is tbc
LisaParisi: The Blogger’s cafe
Alice Mercer: Jason, get on skype, and I’ll call you?
Durff: ah…i’m slow i’m getting
Durff: hi susan
Alice Mercer: Evil filtering software!
Jason Hando: on skype now
Alice Mercer: But a necessity in e-rate schools
JoseR: Jason want to come into our conversation
Jason Hando: sorry – multi-tasking LOL
Durff: join us
Jason Hando: sure Jose
Alice Mercer: Call me Jason, you aren’t in my directory
Alice Mercer: miz mercer
Jason Hando: jhando is my username
Alice Mercer: I’m not seeing you on skype as active in WCA chat
Alice Mercer: Call failed Jason
Jason Hando: try again, I think i accidently clicked block 😉
Alice Mercer: That’s NOT nice
Alice Mercer: Okay, our diigo links are very anemic this week. Please feel free
to add with tag show_4:
Alice Mercer: PLEASE!!!:D 😀
Jason Hando: http://chriscraft.pbwiki.com
Alice Mercer: Those sites keep getting BLOCKED.
Alice Mercer: And I can see why, some have folks doing soft core stuff on it.
JoseR: Thanks for the link Jason
Alice Mercer: Hi Cathy!
Cathy E: Hey
Durff: hi cathy
Alice Mercer: Guys, I’m leaving for just a sec to check with son
Cathy E: Everyone surviving the beginning of year stuff
LisaParisi: i tried scratch…cute but i couldn’t really get it going
LisaParisi: but kids would love it
Alice Mercer: back
Alice Mercer: Or even critical thinking?
Alice Mercer: Is Maria talking about Scratch?
Cathy E: I am not going to be able to host Making Connections tomorrow night
Alice Mercer: Okay Cathy
LisaParisi: yes, alice
Cathy E: My hubby just had knee surgery
Durff: oh daer
Cathy E: Maggie from Diigo has sent me some interesting possibilities
Cathy E: I’m going to be looking for some folks to do a test run with me
Maria: I’m there – Cathy – get me in!
Jason Hando: I’m going to have to run to class folks
Jason Hando: thanks for the great show
LisaParisi: bye jason
Cathy E: Have a good one- Jason
Jason Hando: really enjoyed hearing what others are doing in their classes
susanvg: Kidpix is not at all like scratch – scratch provides for much more
Durff: which is more like animation?
Cathy E: Maria- I have used Pixie- I really like it
JoseR: I agree I am referring to discovery of use of the tool
Maria: I love it – I will never go back to KidPix
JoseR: OK I’ll have the Rodriguez Girls give it a test run
Durff: & report back
Durff: we wait patiently
Cathy E: I already had Kid Pix when I discovered Pixie – I’ll have to wait at
least another year for something new
JoseR: I did catch wesley podcast. You’re right and his son is a third grader
Alice Mercer: Kid Pix
Alice Mercer: Can I get a spelling on pixie or pixy?
Cathy E: pixie by Tech4Learning
Cathy E: Anyone using School Pads by GTCO?
Cathy E: Like Smart Boards the teacher carries around
JoseR: Teacher Talk Webcasting on ETT stay tuned for details
JoseR: what time?
LisaParisi: i’ll let you do housekeeping alone
Durff: nite folks!