Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 14 minutes ago:
hello! Anyone from the KPR board?
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kentmanning: Nora Brown interviewed Clay Shirky: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/2008/12/episode-59-december-24-27-2008/
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 12 minutes ago:
Hello from Ottawa.
kentmanning: Here's Laura Stockman's Blog http://twentyfivedays.wordpress.com/
NS: Hi Nathan, met you at the ECOO conference
dougpete: change is in front of us
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 11 minutes ago:
I heard that interview. It's worth listening to. Provocative stuff.
kentmanning: Hi Nathan, yes, it was a good one...
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suzanbrodie: kent manning from Belleville?
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kentmanning: Yup, that's me Suzan.. are you Cheryl's friend from HS?
kentmanning: Obama's Weekly Video Podcast Feed: http://www.whitehouse.gov/rss/speeches.xml [Subscribe in iTunes]
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 7 minutes ago:
Clay shirkey is essentially talking about disruptive practices within a system. How can we move educational institutions towards a vision of education for the future and not the past?
JGoodwin: can't find a good available user name for twitter =(
suzanbrodie: yep that's me....how cool
Canadiancurls80: i'm new to twitter. how can you build a network?
Jane from x.x.x.129 left this message 7 minutes ago:
Slow connection, slow person, finally in...Hello from OCDSB Ottawa
kentmanning: Rocky Mountain News: http://www.rockymountainnews.com/
Canadiancurls80: i have only a few people on Twitter
kentmanning: Sue - - Are ya' teachin'? Where?
dbarker: Canadian-- you can add me danikabarker
jen ross from x.x.x.129 left this message 6 minutes ago:
Very new to this stuff
Canadiancurls80: thanks danika
JGoodwin: me too!
dougpete: Georgia Wonder gave away their first EP as well
kentmanning: Also Nine Inch Nails made available the Garageband file that you could re-mix.
BSmith: Tina - smithwithclass
dbarker: cool
BSmith: (twitter username)
BSmith: (and anyone else)
kentmanning: Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/
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suzanbrodie: Peterborough...elementary..and you?
TimH: http://www.surfthechannel.com/
dougpete: Will needs adblock plus for his browser!
kentmanning: Creative Commons Canada: http://creativecommons.ca/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 minutes ago:
Radiohead did a similar thing with a pay what you can system for their album.
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 minutes ago:
Does surfthechannel work in Canada?
kentmanning: Tim - - good on ya' ..
kentmanning: Not sure Nathan..
dbarker: Did Radiohead end up making money. I thought they didn't.
kentmanning: Suz - - Educational Technology Consultant in Belleburg
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TimH: I think they made $$$$ http://mashable.com/2007/10/19/radiohead-album-sales/
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dbarker: oh. hee hee Guess so!
kentmanning: Read Write Web http://www.readwriteweb.com/
reed_man from x.x.x.129 joined the chat 2 minutes ago
kentmanning: Also RWW has a nifty iPhone app.
dbarker: Will this chat be saved so we can access it later?
Rodd from x.x.x.87 left this message 109 seconds ago:
I haven't seen much in the #expbound column on TweetDeck, you folks must be paying attention...
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 108 seconds ago:
Radiohead's album made it to number one, not sure if it made money though. When the physical copy came out it sold 3 million copies.
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 70 seconds ago:
new version of kindle offers audio and copyright laws are challenging the use of the audio...
Brenda Sherry: re: customer reviews - wonder who writes them - not always authentic maybe?
Brenda Sherry: why not create your own reviews for your products?
dbarker: companies are using twitter to "humanize" their brand
kentmanning: Chatspeak Lookup: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/chatspeak
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dbarker: too bad the place where we bought furniture isn't on twitter
JGoodwin: Tina-Smithwin wasn't taken
JGoodwin: so there it is
TimH: has same experience via twitter with @thinkgeek last month
barbaram: educators model is not changing
barbaram: in fact going backwards
dbarker: man, and I thought the OSSLT was bad
barbaram: standardized testing is backwards (inference)
barbaram: toffler - future shock rec
kentmanning: Future Shock: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_Shock
Tina: Jen, I'll see if I can add you.
barbaram: kids aren't waiting for us to change
barbaram: moral imperative to get kids connected
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barbaram: kids doing school, learning outside
TimH: they "play" school...
NS: Isn't it hard to sift through slander and authentic messages on a program like twitter
dbarker: No way Tim. Play is fun
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barbaram: maccarthur foundation kids use of digital media
TimH: yes - maybe "act" school is better...
barbaram: friendship based connections - friends at school
barbaram: aka fb
barbaram: texts
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
I find that with the dropout age being now 18 some students are literally being held in school against their will for that period. Tough for teachers and those students.
barbaram: intra-spaced ways, group forming ways
barbaram: share passion, make a group eg skateboarding groups
Tina: Jen, I couldn't find you, but maybe it takes a while for the registration to go through. I'll try again later.
kentmanning: MacArthur Study: http://www.macfound.org/site/c.lkLXJ8MQKrH/b.4773437/k.3CE6/New_Study_Shows_Time_Spent_Online_Important_for_Teen_Development.htm
dbarker: Kyle: agreed, programs that are in place to support those students are not sufficient
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Shirkey makes the same connection to interest based group formation
barbaram: kids do without instruction, contest
barbaram: context oops
jen ross from x.x.x.129 left this message:
does surfthechannel work in Canada
barbaram: educators provide context
reed_man: kids who access to this are going to be way ahead of those that don't $$$
Geoff: McLuhan - said in 1969: "The children of technological man respond with untaught delight to the poetry of trains, ships, planes, and to the beauty of machine products. In the school room officialdom suppresses all their natural experience; children are divorced from their culture. They are not permitted to approach the traditional heritage of mankind through the door of technological awareness; this only possible door for them is slammed in their faces."
barbaram: 20000 apps for iphone
Casey from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
I was at a birthday party for one of my kids turing 19 at a local club and the teens were even texting while they danced.
barbaram: phone replaces laptop
kentmanning: iPhone Apps: http://www.apple.com/iphone/appstore/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Sufthechannel has some links to content that does not work in Canada. It can be frustrating at points.
dbarker: need to download that! Anyone have whiteboard app?
kentmanning: iPhone Flute: http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/11/quirky-app-turn.html
barbaram: learning app vs connected app
jen ross from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Thanks Kyle!
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 11 seconds ago:
there's a father son team in japan writing iphone apps as a bonding experience....reported in newsweek last week.
kentmanning: Brittanica for iPhone http://i.eb.com/
Marie from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
speaking of connecting apps...
That reminds me of
www.worldmathday.com
Students love to have a math competition with some kid on the other side of the globe!
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barbaram: do filters protect?
barbaram: need to teach kids to protect themselves
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 54 seconds ago:
cell phones are tools we should be using in schools....don't need iphones to bring the world in
Marie from x.x.x.129 left this message 43 seconds ago:
http://www.worldmathday.com/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 25 seconds ago:
http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/01/17/the-iphone-could-be-the-ultimate-study-machine/
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 21 seconds ago:
want to beat a filter...ask a kid!
dbarker: I'm interested in using cell phones in school, but how do we make it equitable for kids who don't have cell phones? (They do exist!)
kentmanning: Government of Canada SafeCanada.ca http://www.safecanada.ca/link_e.asp?category=3&topic=94
kentmanning: Good one Kyle - - I'll check that one out..
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
i'll bet that the phones we throw away and recycle are available free from vendors or the community
Geoff: Maybe get cell companies to work with a Board and use "old phoness" (lots out there) - get them to donate time??
Pat: good idea--lots of cell phones that need to be recycled
kentmanning: The Game of School http://www.amazon.com/Game-School-Play-Hurts-Change/dp/0787973475
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TimH: in short term, we will provide the tools still (think back to how we did calculators 15 years ago...)
kentmanning: Will's Blog http://weblogg-ed.com/
kentmanning: Old phones, you're kidding, right Geoff?
dbarker: Good suggestion, Geoff. Thanks
JGoodwin: Most cell phones that are "recycled" don't work - technology changes/degrades too quickly on them or they are not consistent (worked for a cell phone company in a past life)
BSmith: How about stuff we can get, like clickers - anyone use them/like them?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 seconds ago:
big complaint from adult online learners is that it is "too much work" just too much engagement
JGoodwin: great idea, would need to get cell phone companies and hardware providers (RIM, Motorola, Nokia etc) on board as well
dbarker: BSmith, problem with clickers is the lack of ram on many school computers (at least in my board)
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
If only all our students were as interested as blog viewers. A point of frustration for me.
Geoff: Don't want to live the learning for life model? Teachers?
kentmanning: Used Clickers at NECC 2006 -- Any classrooms have them? http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/higher/a-new-electronic-voting-system-in-lectures-is-making-a-real-difference-781787.html
Brenda Sherry: yes...we have a few sets of clickers in our board that are shared around...people are buying them now. Senteos actually smarttech's version
kentmanning: Will's Delicious Links: http://delicious.com/willrich
kentmanning: Brenda - - how are the students and teachers using them?
barbaram: personal learning networks for kids, professional for teachers?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 12 seconds ago:
it's all about being engaged in your own personal learning
dougpete: "Kids are not waitng for us"
Brenda Sherry: kent - checking for understanding....self-assessments...gathering viewpoints of individuals in the midst of discussions....
kentmanning: Will's video where he describes Personal Learning Networks http://kentmanning.blogspot.com/2008/05/personal-learning-networks.html
Brenda Sherry: and i think a lot for math but I haven't seen them used there personally
Pat: fanfiction.net
Brenda Sherry: both anonymously and with student ids
Pat: www.fanfiction.net
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 118 seconds ago:
your own personal writers craft
kentmanning: Brenda - - excellent uses -- I like the instant feedback of whether kids understand. Anonymous too...
Geoff: I am meeting new teachers who cringe when I say I expect the use of computers in their pre-service courses - they will be teaching for a possible 35 years - these are YOUNG teachers
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 101 seconds ago:
http://www.fanfiction.net/

This looks like a good classroom activity
BSmith: Needs to be less public though
kentmanning: Kyle - - excellent ...
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 47 seconds ago:
there are technophobes of every age
BSmith: I prefer the term luddite
Lynda from x.x.x.129 left this message 7 seconds ago:
I LOVE HARRY POTTER!!
Cal from x.x.x.160 left this message 7 seconds ago:
Geoff, that's the most depressing news I've heard all day.
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
there is concern about the content that may be on that site, but I am sure there is a way to bring it in and exclude access to certain parts of it.
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
perhaps they are cringing at the thought of using blocked, limited access school networks??
TimH: http://www.henryjenkins.org/2006/10/confronting_the_challenges_of.html
kentmanning: Kyle -- what about copy and paste the selections required? Or would this take away from the commenting and social feature?
kentmanning: Tim, Henry Jenkins - - can you help me out. Don't know his work. Thanks
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Employers are catching on to the online communities quickly. This can and will cost you the job.
dougpete: You better be Googled well.
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
Kent- I think that would work.
TimH: jenkins big thing is "participatory culture"
Geoff: re. using blocked, limited access school networks?? - I wish that were the case but other evidence suggests that is not it.
dougpete: School boards should be buying ads on social networks.
TimH: we did doug - for SHSM enrtollment
TimH: facebook
kentmanning: I see he is at MIT - - Jenkins -- thanks - - I'll read more about him now..
TimH: created a good controversy
Tina: If you post a story on fan fiction, is that story still considered yours as far as copyright?
dougpete: pre-emptive strike
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
copyright is not prepared for this kind of writing....not part of law
barbaram: just googled me. Apparently I wrote a book of plays
BSmith: I prefer using the blog for writing, because we can keep it within the class - and I can give them the tools to participate well online
kentmanning: Tim: Jenkins and Shirky - - Same stuff? Participatory Culture
NS: Good question Tina
TimH: Jenkins is very research based
BSmith: Depends on how good it is Tina
kentmanning: barbaram - - were they good plays?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Tina- that is a good point. not sure the copyright laws as far as that goes.
dbarker: What about setting up a Ning for your classroom so they can practice appropriate social networking? Is that possible? (still a newbie)
kentmanning: Tim: He's holding a guitar on his About Me page :-)
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
probably doesn't exist yet
TimH: yep danika - see saugus union district in california
dougpete: dbarker - Ning works or a private wiki
barbaram: hahaha directed to the guy 2 to my left:)
kentmanning: right back attcha!! :-)
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Any teachers avoiding Facebook because of the fear of consequences that we have been told about so often?
dbarker: cool
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
I can REALLY see my elementary students doing some form of http://www.fanfiction.net/
They crave these opportunities!!!
Canadiancurls80: i am on facebook but have contemplated taking it down
dbarker: Not me, Kyle. I've decided to live dangerously.
Tina: I was thinking the same thing, Roger.
BSmith: I use facebook all the time, but have the security so high that it is essentially usless outside my friends
barbaram: I use FB to keep track of my kids and my 80 year old dad
TimH: they use elgg (some as commun-IT), but concept the same (minus the ads that ning has...)
BSmith: Also, I am not photogeneic so there are no pictures :P
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
I have avoided facebook since teachers college as a result of the fear-mongering presentations.
NS: Kids are socializing online without being taught by anyone how to! We need to do something I guess
kentmanning: 80 year old dad, barbaram - - how does that work?
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TimH: York U Fac of Ed has their own in-house social network (edudiner.ca)
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
i can't remember a thing from secondary school...
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
keep track of my kids and my 80 year old dad

TOO FUNNY!
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reed_man: learning how to learn vs. memorizing
kentmanning: Nora Brown on Spark this week interviewed a guy who has his 84 year old mom on Twitter -- Can you believe it?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 seconds ago:
learning how to work a system
kentmanning: Grandmother - Sorry
Pat: one needs to keep a clean facebook page--you are extremely visable
BSmith: link for this?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/home/home/index.htm
BSmith: thanks
reed_man: i agree kitchener
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Depending how sophisticated you want to get a blog might be a good way to get kids involved with networking online.

www.5nt.ca
www.56js.ca
NS: Just keeping quiet about Facebook in the classroom doesn't keep our students away from it
dbarker: Pat--if it would embarrass your grandmother, don't post it
BSmith: I have been requested as a friend by students on facebook - but they have no access to anything else other than my name until I say so (and I NEVER say so)
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
we have created content angst
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 9 seconds ago:
I took a course a few years ago where they mailed me the lectures on VHS.

I was always overcome with the temptation to hit Fast Forward.
kentmanning: Kyle - - I see Health and Technology on MIT site, but do you know whether there are any Educational Technology courses?
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
in-house social network (edudiner.ca)

I am setting this up at my daughter`s daycare. First as a chalkboard WIKI/BLOG, then as an online community.
JGoodwin: My FB seetings are the same - students try to add me but they see nothing other than my name
dbarker: The discussion about "no cell phones or im in class because it's too distracting" reminds me of conversations about "no talking in class". Many now think that a silent classroom doesn't necessary mean good learning is happening. So...?
kentmanning: Kyle, lol, VHS where was this course offering from?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 6 seconds ago:
Sorry Kent, can't find education
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Kent- Carleton U.
reed_man: we've made mistakes in textbooks, history books, science
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
if a phone can be used to "cheat" change how you are assessing your content
dbarker: and those take a LONG time to fix
kentmanning: Rob DeLorenzo has a nify blog about moblie devices in the classroom: http://themobilelearner.wordpress.com/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
I tell my students to start with Wikipedia...get the background info, and then go to the references section at the bottom of the page.
JGoodwin: I teach them to use it as a spring-board for more in-depth research
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
NO TALKING IN CLASS - No kidding. Is this no the most engaging conference...and we are all TALKING!
dbarker: seen David Warlick's slides on wikipedia?
kentmanning: Kyle - - Carleton -- Yikes!
dbarker: "about" wikipedia rather
kentmanning: dbarker - - no I haven't -- do you have a link?
kentmanning: Roger... implications for our classroom? Should we let them chat while we are lecturing?
dbarker: just a sec Kent
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Kent- I know... that is where my B.A. is from. It was a long, long, undergrad.
kentmanning: After all, we're all paying attention to what Will's most important info is -- to us...
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
you wouldn't have to tell them to be quiet! lol
kentmanning: kitchenrd - - do you think they would still be listening to us?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 8 seconds ago:
yup...
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 8 seconds ago:
talk is part of processing information
dbarker: Kent: http://davidwarlick.com/wiki/pmwiki.php/Main/LiteracyAndLearningNarrative
Brenda Sherry: www.dehydratedwater.com
BSmith: great farce - need sound though http://www.pomegranatephone.com/
kentmanning: Here is Alan November's amazing list "Validating Websites" http://novemberlearning.com/resources/information-literacy-resources/iii-websites-to-validate/
dbarker: I've used that site to teach evaluating online content
BSmith: I always use the "bad html" as the first litmus test to know how legitimate it is
kentmanning: dbarker: Thank you. I'll be checking out the link.
BSmith: The MLK site reeks of bad html
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
I taught a class last year where all my students had laptops. This lecture is reminding me of that. Although Will is a much better speaker than me.
Geoff: In Search of the Edge - excellent spoof film on mainpulating logic
kentmanning: Brenda - - Dehydrated Water -- Help me.. another "fake" site?
Geoff: n Search of the Edge link: http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/search.html
BSmith: kent - http://www.pomegranatephone.com/
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 9 seconds ago:
I teach Gr 3 - perhaps a different reality, but we regularly pause for small group discussion, critique of content, of me, then come back to center and share our ideas critique and contribute to eachother`s comments.

It is layered, though. We start 'on the carpet', head off into mixed groups, remix groups, publish inclass...in school...blog and leave space for discussion at every stage.

The result is visceral. Student: 'Mr, we caught ourselves discussing et recess...in FRENCH!'
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/01/090128092341.htm
BSmith: also Kent - Dihydrogen Monoxide
Brenda Sherry: wow that's cool....anybody using diigo with kids?
kentmanning: Diigo - - Cool Anyone used this? http://www.diigo.com/
kentmanning: I've heard about it but haven't seen it used until just now.. Neat idea..
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 8 seconds ago:
we are using diigo as a means of editing a document rewrite - professional
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Will this chat - and all it`s links be available later...I cant keep up!
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Diigo seems pretty cool. A promising classroom tool.
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
we have a english teacher working with students to create hypertext in a writers craft course
kentmanning: kitchenerd: Do your students log in and edit?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Roger- I know. This is a mile a minute. I love it.
TimH: I will copy and paste to the wiki [[|http://expandingourboundaries.wikispaces.com/]]
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 101 seconds ago:
Could just copy and paste this chat onto a Word doc?
BSmith from x.x.x.129 changed name to Brian 101 seconds ago
kentmanning: kitchenerd: Writers craft -- which tools are they using to create the hypertext?
dbarker: Kent: I did some hypertext fiction a few years ago with kids. We just used word perfect!
kentmanning: Nathan, hopefully there will be a saved archive of this chat so we can go back and re-read and go to links...
dbarker: It was a start anyway
Brian: There is a save button off the side of the chat
DerekP: http://remoteaccess.typepad.com/
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Oh. Just noticed the Save/Print button on the side.
kiw from x.x.x.129 left this message:
check out New London Group (1997?) and multiple literacies - literacy based in social context vs traditional view of literacy as autonomous skill
kentmanning: Clarence Fisher's Blog from Snow Lake, Manitoba -- Go Canada!

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JGoodwin: I don't have one yet - definitely something to think about
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Hi everyone--finally I am in.
dougpete: Ready Shirky's "Here comes everybody"
Tina: I am signed up but have no friends. Go to twitter.com and sign up. It's easy.
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hello! Anyone from the KPR board?
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kentmanning: Nora Brown interviewed Clay Shirky: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/2008/12/episode-59-december-24-27-2008/
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 12 minutes ago:
Hello from Ottawa.
kentmanning: Here's Laura Stockman's Blog http://twentyfivedays.wordpress.com/
NS: Hi Nathan, met you at the ECOO conference
dougpete: change is in front of us
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 11 minutes ago:
I heard that interview. It's worth listening to. Provocative stuff.
kentmanning: Hi Nathan, yes, it was a good one...
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suzanbrodie: kent manning from Belleville?
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kentmanning: Yup, that's me Suzan.. are you Cheryl's friend from HS?
kentmanning: Obama's Weekly Video Podcast Feed: http://www.whitehouse.gov/rss/speeches.xml [Subscribe in iTunes]
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 7 minutes ago:
Clay shirkey is essentially talking about disruptive practices within a system. How can we move educational institutions towards a vision of education for the future and not the past?
JGoodwin: can't find a good available user name for twitter =(
suzanbrodie: yep that's me....how cool
Canadiancurls80: i'm new to twitter. how can you build a network?
Jane from x.x.x.129 left this message 7 minutes ago:
Slow connection, slow person, finally in...Hello from OCDSB Ottawa
kentmanning: Rocky Mountain News: http://www.rockymountainnews.com/
Canadiancurls80: i have only a few people on Twitter
kentmanning: Sue - - Are ya' teachin'? Where?
dbarker: Canadian-- you can add me danikabarker
jen ross from x.x.x.129 left this message 6 minutes ago:
Very new to this stuff
Canadiancurls80: thanks danika
JGoodwin: me too!
dougpete: Georgia Wonder gave away their first EP as well
kentmanning: Also Nine Inch Nails made available the Garageband file that you could re-mix.
BSmith: Tina - smithwithclass
dbarker: cool
BSmith: (twitter username)
BSmith: (and anyone else)
kentmanning: Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/
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suzanbrodie: Peterborough...elementary..and you?
TimH: http://www.surfthechannel.com/
dougpete: Will needs adblock plus for his browser!
kentmanning: Creative Commons Canada: http://creativecommons.ca/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 minutes ago:
Radiohead did a similar thing with a pay what you can system for their album.
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 minutes ago:
Does surfthechannel work in Canada?
kentmanning: Tim - - good on ya' ..
kentmanning: Not sure Nathan..
dbarker: Did Radiohead end up making money. I thought they didn't.
kentmanning: Suz - - Educational Technology Consultant in Belleburg
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TimH: I think they made $$$$ http://mashable.com/2007/10/19/radiohead-album-sales/
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dbarker: oh. hee hee Guess so!
kentmanning: Read Write Web http://www.readwriteweb.com/
reed_man from x.x.x.129 joined the chat 2 minutes ago
kentmanning: Also RWW has a nifty iPhone app.
dbarker: Will this chat be saved so we can access it later?
Rodd from x.x.x.87 left this message 109 seconds ago:
I haven't seen much in the #expbound column on TweetDeck, you folks must be paying attention...
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 108 seconds ago:
Radiohead's album made it to number one, not sure if it made money though. When the physical copy came out it sold 3 million copies.
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 70 seconds ago:
new version of kindle offers audio and copyright laws are challenging the use of the audio...
Brenda Sherry: re: customer reviews - wonder who writes them - not always authentic maybe?
Brenda Sherry: why not create your own reviews for your products?
dbarker: companies are using twitter to "humanize" their brand
kentmanning: Chatspeak Lookup: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/chatspeak
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dbarker: too bad the place where we bought furniture isn't on twitter
JGoodwin: Tina-Smithwin wasn't taken
JGoodwin: so there it is
TimH: has same experience via twitter with @thinkgeek last month
barbaram: educators model is not changing
barbaram: in fact going backwards
dbarker: man, and I thought the OSSLT was bad
barbaram: standardized testing is backwards (inference)
barbaram: toffler - future shock rec
kentmanning: Future Shock: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_Shock
Tina: Jen, I'll see if I can add you.
barbaram: kids aren't waiting for us to change
barbaram: moral imperative to get kids connected
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barbaram: kids doing school, learning outside
TimH: they "play" school...
NS: Isn't it hard to sift through slander and authentic messages on a program like twitter
dbarker: No way Tim. Play is fun
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barbaram: maccarthur foundation kids use of digital media
TimH: yes - maybe "act" school is better...
barbaram: friendship based connections - friends at school
barbaram: aka fb
barbaram: texts
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
I find that with the dropout age being now 18 some students are literally being held in school against their will for that period. Tough for teachers and those students.
barbaram: intra-spaced ways, group forming ways
barbaram: share passion, make a group eg skateboarding groups
Tina: Jen, I couldn't find you, but maybe it takes a while for the registration to go through. I'll try again later.
kentmanning: MacArthur Study: http://www.macfound.org/site/c.lkLXJ8MQKrH/b.4773437/k.3CE6/New_Study_Shows_Time_Spent_Online_Important_for_Teen_Development.htm
dbarker: Kyle: agreed, programs that are in place to support those students are not sufficient
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Shirkey makes the same connection to interest based group formation
barbaram: kids do without instruction, contest
barbaram: context oops
jen ross from x.x.x.129 left this message:
does surfthechannel work in Canada
barbaram: educators provide context
reed_man: kids who access to this are going to be way ahead of those that don't $$$
Geoff: McLuhan - said in 1969: "The children of technological man respond with untaught delight to the poetry of trains, ships, planes, and to the beauty of machine products. In the school room officialdom suppresses all their natural experience; children are divorced from their culture. They are not permitted to approach the traditional heritage of mankind through the door of technological awareness; this only possible door for them is slammed in their faces."
barbaram: 20000 apps for iphone
Casey from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
I was at a birthday party for one of my kids turing 19 at a local club and the teens were even texting while they danced.
barbaram: phone replaces laptop
kentmanning: iPhone Apps: http://www.apple.com/iphone/appstore/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Sufthechannel has some links to content that does not work in Canada. It can be frustrating at points.
dbarker: need to download that! Anyone have whiteboard app?
kentmanning: iPhone Flute: http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/11/quirky-app-turn.html
barbaram: learning app vs connected app
jen ross from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Thanks Kyle!
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 11 seconds ago:
there's a father son team in japan writing iphone apps as a bonding experience....reported in newsweek last week.
kentmanning: Brittanica for iPhone http://i.eb.com/
Marie from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
speaking of connecting apps...
That reminds me of
www.worldmathday.com
Students love to have a math competition with some kid on the other side of the globe!
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barbaram: do filters protect?
barbaram: need to teach kids to protect themselves
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 54 seconds ago:
cell phones are tools we should be using in schools....don't need iphones to bring the world in
Marie from x.x.x.129 left this message 43 seconds ago:
http://www.worldmathday.com/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 25 seconds ago:
http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/01/17/the-iphone-could-be-the-ultimate-study-machine/
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 21 seconds ago:
want to beat a filter...ask a kid!
dbarker: I'm interested in using cell phones in school, but how do we make it equitable for kids who don't have cell phones? (They do exist!)
kentmanning: Government of Canada SafeCanada.ca http://www.safecanada.ca/link_e.asp?category=3&topic=94
kentmanning: Good one Kyle - - I'll check that one out..
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
i'll bet that the phones we throw away and recycle are available free from vendors or the community
Geoff: Maybe get cell companies to work with a Board and use "old phoness" (lots out there) - get them to donate time??
Pat: good idea--lots of cell phones that need to be recycled
kentmanning: The Game of School http://www.amazon.com/Game-School-Play-Hurts-Change/dp/0787973475
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TimH: in short term, we will provide the tools still (think back to how we did calculators 15 years ago...)
kentmanning: Will's Blog http://weblogg-ed.com/
kentmanning: Old phones, you're kidding, right Geoff?
dbarker: Good suggestion, Geoff. Thanks
JGoodwin: Most cell phones that are "recycled" don't work - technology changes/degrades too quickly on them or they are not consistent (worked for a cell phone company in a past life)
BSmith: How about stuff we can get, like clickers - anyone use them/like them?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 seconds ago:
big complaint from adult online learners is that it is "too much work" just too much engagement
JGoodwin: great idea, would need to get cell phone companies and hardware providers (RIM, Motorola, Nokia etc) on board as well
dbarker: BSmith, problem with clickers is the lack of ram on many school computers (at least in my board)
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
If only all our students were as interested as blog viewers. A point of frustration for me.
Geoff: Don't want to live the learning for life model? Teachers?
kentmanning: Used Clickers at NECC 2006 -- Any classrooms have them? http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/higher/a-new-electronic-voting-system-in-lectures-is-making-a-real-difference-781787.html
Brenda Sherry: yes...we have a few sets of clickers in our board that are shared around...people are buying them now. Senteos actually smarttech's version
kentmanning: Will's Delicious Links: http://delicious.com/willrich
kentmanning: Brenda - - how are the students and teachers using them?
barbaram: personal learning networks for kids, professional for teachers?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 12 seconds ago:
it's all about being engaged in your own personal learning
dougpete: "Kids are not waitng for us"
Brenda Sherry: kent - checking for understanding....self-assessments...gathering viewpoints of individuals in the midst of discussions....
kentmanning: Will's video where he describes Personal Learning Networks http://kentmanning.blogspot.com/2008/05/personal-learning-networks.html
Brenda Sherry: and i think a lot for math but I haven't seen them used there personally
Pat: fanfiction.net
Brenda Sherry: both anonymously and with student ids
Pat: www.fanfiction.net
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 118 seconds ago:
your own personal writers craft
kentmanning: Brenda - - excellent uses -- I like the instant feedback of whether kids understand. Anonymous too...
Geoff: I am meeting new teachers who cringe when I say I expect the use of computers in their pre-service courses - they will be teaching for a possible 35 years - these are YOUNG teachers
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 101 seconds ago:
http://www.fanfiction.net/

This looks like a good classroom activity
BSmith: Needs to be less public though
kentmanning: Kyle - - excellent ...
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 47 seconds ago:
there are technophobes of every age
BSmith: I prefer the term luddite
Lynda from x.x.x.129 left this message 7 seconds ago:
I LOVE HARRY POTTER!!
Cal from x.x.x.160 left this message 7 seconds ago:
Geoff, that's the most depressing news I've heard all day.
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
there is concern about the content that may be on that site, but I am sure there is a way to bring it in and exclude access to certain parts of it.
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
perhaps they are cringing at the thought of using blocked, limited access school networks??
TimH: http://www.henryjenkins.org/2006/10/confronting_the_challenges_of.html
kentmanning: Kyle -- what about copy and paste the selections required? Or would this take away from the commenting and social feature?
kentmanning: Tim, Henry Jenkins - - can you help me out. Don't know his work. Thanks
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Employers are catching on to the online communities quickly. This can and will cost you the job.
dougpete: You better be Googled well.
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
Kent- I think that would work.
TimH: jenkins big thing is "participatory culture"
Geoff: re. using blocked, limited access school networks?? - I wish that were the case but other evidence suggests that is not it.
dougpete: School boards should be buying ads on social networks.
TimH: we did doug - for SHSM enrtollment
TimH: facebook
kentmanning: I see he is at MIT - - Jenkins -- thanks - - I'll read more about him now..
TimH: created a good controversy
Tina: If you post a story on fan fiction, is that story still considered yours as far as copyright?
dougpete: pre-emptive strike
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copyright is not prepared for this kind of writing....not part of law
barbaram: just googled me. Apparently I wrote a book of plays
BSmith: I prefer using the blog for writing, because we can keep it within the class - and I can give them the tools to participate well online
kentmanning: Tim: Jenkins and Shirky - - Same stuff? Participatory Culture
NS: Good question Tina
TimH: Jenkins is very research based
BSmith: Depends on how good it is Tina
kentmanning: barbaram - - were they good plays?
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Tina- that is a good point. not sure the copyright laws as far as that goes.
dbarker: What about setting up a Ning for your classroom so they can practice appropriate social networking? Is that possible? (still a newbie)
kentmanning: Tim: He's holding a guitar on his About Me page :-)
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
probably doesn't exist yet
TimH: yep danika - see saugus union district in california
dougpete: dbarker - Ning works or a private wiki
barbaram: hahaha directed to the guy 2 to my left:)
kentmanning: right back attcha!! :-)
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Any teachers avoiding Facebook because of the fear of consequences that we have been told about so often?
dbarker: cool
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
I can REALLY see my elementary students doing some form of http://www.fanfiction.net/
They crave these opportunities!!!
Canadiancurls80: i am on facebook but have contemplated taking it down
dbarker: Not me, Kyle. I've decided to live dangerously.
Tina: I was thinking the same thing, Roger.
BSmith: I use facebook all the time, but have the security so high that it is essentially usless outside my friends
barbaram: I use FB to keep track of my kids and my 80 year old dad
TimH: they use elgg (some as commun-IT), but concept the same (minus the ads that ning has...)
BSmith: Also, I am not photogeneic so there are no pictures :P
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
I have avoided facebook since teachers college as a result of the fear-mongering presentations.
NS: Kids are socializing online without being taught by anyone how to! We need to do something I guess
kentmanning: 80 year old dad, barbaram - - how does that work?
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TimH: York U Fac of Ed has their own in-house social network (edudiner.ca)
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
i can't remember a thing from secondary school...
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
keep track of my kids and my 80 year old dad

TOO FUNNY!
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reed_man: learning how to learn vs. memorizing
kentmanning: Nora Brown on Spark this week interviewed a guy who has his 84 year old mom on Twitter -- Can you believe it?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 seconds ago:
learning how to work a system
kentmanning: Grandmother - Sorry
Pat: one needs to keep a clean facebook page--you are extremely visable
BSmith: link for this?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/home/home/index.htm
BSmith: thanks
reed_man: i agree kitchener
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Depending how sophisticated you want to get a blog might be a good way to get kids involved with networking online.

www.5nt.ca
www.56js.ca
NS: Just keeping quiet about Facebook in the classroom doesn't keep our students away from it
dbarker: Pat--if it would embarrass your grandmother, don't post it
BSmith: I have been requested as a friend by students on facebook - but they have no access to anything else other than my name until I say so (and I NEVER say so)
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
we have created content angst
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 9 seconds ago:
I took a course a few years ago where they mailed me the lectures on VHS.

I was always overcome with the temptation to hit Fast Forward.
kentmanning: Kyle - - I see Health and Technology on MIT site, but do you know whether there are any Educational Technology courses?
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
in-house social network (edudiner.ca)

I am setting this up at my daughter`s daycare. First as a chalkboard WIKI/BLOG, then as an online community.
JGoodwin: My FB seetings are the same - students try to add me but they see nothing other than my name
dbarker: The discussion about "no cell phones or im in class because it's too distracting" reminds me of conversations about "no talking in class". Many now think that a silent classroom doesn't necessary mean good learning is happening. So...?
kentmanning: Kyle, lol, VHS where was this course offering from?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 6 seconds ago:
Sorry Kent, can't find education
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Kent- Carleton U.
reed_man: we've made mistakes in textbooks, history books, science
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
if a phone can be used to "cheat" change how you are assessing your content
dbarker: and those take a LONG time to fix
kentmanning: Rob DeLorenzo has a nify blog about moblie devices in the classroom: http://themobilelearner.wordpress.com/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
I tell my students to start with Wikipedia...get the background info, and then go to the references section at the bottom of the page.
JGoodwin: I teach them to use it as a spring-board for more in-depth research
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
NO TALKING IN CLASS - No kidding. Is this no the most engaging conference...and we are all TALKING!
dbarker: seen David Warlick's slides on wikipedia?
kentmanning: Kyle - - Carleton -- Yikes!
dbarker: "about" wikipedia rather
kentmanning: dbarker - - no I haven't -- do you have a link?
kentmanning: Roger... implications for our classroom? Should we let them chat while we are lecturing?
dbarker: just a sec Kent
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Kent- I know... that is where my B.A. is from. It was a long, long, undergrad.
kentmanning: After all, we're all paying attention to what Will's most important info is -- to us...
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message:
you wouldn't have to tell them to be quiet! lol
kentmanning: kitchenrd - - do you think they would still be listening to us?
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 8 seconds ago:
yup...
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 8 seconds ago:
talk is part of processing information
dbarker: Kent: http://davidwarlick.com/wiki/pmwiki.php/Main/LiteracyAndLearningNarrative
Brenda Sherry: www.dehydratedwater.com
BSmith: great farce - need sound though http://www.pomegranatephone.com/
kentmanning: Here is Alan November's amazing list "Validating Websites" http://novemberlearning.com/resources/information-literacy-resources/iii-websites-to-validate/
dbarker: I've used that site to teach evaluating online content
BSmith: I always use the "bad html" as the first litmus test to know how legitimate it is
kentmanning: dbarker: Thank you. I'll be checking out the link.
BSmith: The MLK site reeks of bad html
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
I taught a class last year where all my students had laptops. This lecture is reminding me of that. Although Will is a much better speaker than me.
Geoff: In Search of the Edge - excellent spoof film on mainpulating logic
kentmanning: Brenda - - Dehydrated Water -- Help me.. another "fake" site?
Geoff: n Search of the Edge link: http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/search.html
BSmith: kent - http://www.pomegranatephone.com/
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 9 seconds ago:
I teach Gr 3 - perhaps a different reality, but we regularly pause for small group discussion, critique of content, of me, then come back to center and share our ideas critique and contribute to eachother`s comments.

It is layered, though. We start 'on the carpet', head off into mixed groups, remix groups, publish inclass...in school...blog and leave space for discussion at every stage.

The result is visceral. Student: 'Mr, we caught ourselves discussing et recess...in FRENCH!'
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/01/090128092341.htm
BSmith: also Kent - Dihydrogen Monoxide
Brenda Sherry: wow that's cool....anybody using diigo with kids?
kentmanning: Diigo - - Cool Anyone used this? http://www.diigo.com/
kentmanning: I've heard about it but haven't seen it used until just now.. Neat idea..
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 8 seconds ago:
we are using diigo as a means of editing a document rewrite - professional
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Will this chat - and all it`s links be available later...I cant keep up!
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Diigo seems pretty cool. A promising classroom tool.
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
we have a english teacher working with students to create hypertext in a writers craft course
kentmanning: kitchenerd: Do your students log in and edit?
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
Roger- I know. This is a mile a minute. I love it.
TimH: I will copy and paste to the wiki [[|http://expandingourboundaries.wikispaces.com/]]
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 101 seconds ago:
Could just copy and paste this chat onto a Word doc?
BSmith from x.x.x.129 changed name to Brian 101 seconds ago
kentmanning: kitchenerd: Writers craft -- which tools are they using to create the hypertext?
dbarker: Kent: I did some hypertext fiction a few years ago with kids. We just used word perfect!
kentmanning: Nathan, hopefully there will be a saved archive of this chat so we can go back and re-read and go to links...
dbarker: It was a start anyway
Brian: There is a save button off the side of the chat
DerekP: http://remoteaccess.typepad.com/
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Oh. Just noticed the Save/Print button on the side.
kiw from x.x.x.129 left this message:
check out New London Group (1997?) and multiple literacies - literacy based in social context vs traditional view of literacy as autonomous skill
kentmanning: Clarence Fisher's Blog from Snow Lake, Manitoba -- Go Canada!
kentmanning: Brian - - good.
kentmanning: Nathan... good we'll be able to revisit.
Brian: access to scratch?
Trish from x.x.x.129 joined the chat 5 minutes ago
Brian: found it http://scratch.mit.edu
cindy matthews: kitchenerd -- where is that english teacher teaching hypertext in the WC course? what school?
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 minutes ago:
Scratch is a free download.
kentmanning: Good find Brian
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 minutes ago:
I think vaughan s.s. YRDSB....students are writing hypertextual stories
Trish: I find this amazing!
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kentmanning: Dan Pink http://www.danpink.com/
kentmanning: Don Tapscott -- Grown Up Digital http://digitalstory.ca/2008/11/grown-up-digital.html
kentmanning: Radio Willowweb http://www.mpsomaha.org/willow/Radio/
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 minutes ago:
A benefit of all this technology is the environmental-saving aspect. I am working towards a paper-free classroom.
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 minutes ago:
Canadian/Ontario podcast!

Similar to Radio WillowWeb

www.portableradio.ca


OK - self promotion, but we're proud of what our kids are doing.


Jane and Nathan
dbarker: wireless so slow! reminds me of dial up when I was fifteen
kentmanning: Nathan -- thanks for the link -- excellent. I enjoyed your last podcast on portablepd.ca Your students were on CBC!!!
Brian: 14.4 or 56.6?
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TimH: video for those not here today: http://www.edublogs.tv/play.php?vid=4116
dougpete: Teaching math based upon hit counters over time
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message:
www.portableradio.ca

RECOMMENDED! Saw this - they`re not bad!
Jane from x.x.x.129 left this message:
Nathan and I are on the wireless...so slow we are just sitting back watching the world go by.
dbarker: making our lessons authentic.
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 3 seconds ago:
dbarker- I found it slow, so I plugged in.
kentmanning: Tim: Video - - Very cool. Thank you.
NS: Jane and Nathan, I like portable Radio
dougpete: If we can't compete - http://www.rockymountainnews.com/
kentmanning: dougpeteL lol
NS: A small inititative that I started in podcasting: www.corlissdesigns.edublogs.org
kitchenerd from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 seconds ago:
http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2009/ horizon report
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 2 seconds ago:
shameless promotion:

http://lemelintrailertalk.blogspot.com/
dougpete: A sobering Twitterer to follow - http://twitter.com/themediaisdying
Kyle Snowdon from x.x.x.129 left this message 5 seconds ago:
Is rocky mountain news a level 1?
dbarker: "how heavily do you want to sip the koolade?" hm, don't know how to spell koolade. Is this right? ;)
Canadiancurls80 from x.x.x.129 joined the chat 10 seconds ago
kentmanning: dougpete: it seems like a daily news story -- the next set of layoffs. Great find on Twitter.
JGoodwin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kool-Aid
Nathan Toft from x.x.x.129 left this message 14 seconds ago:
KWL 8d
dougpete: If you need a rationale to change, follow the stories
dbarker: What's your yeah but?
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 81 seconds ago:
Oh MY!!
Tim is filming and uploading almost instantaneously! WILD!
dbarker: Nathan: ha! nice
Canadiancurls80: is twitter available to all cell phones? doesn't seem to work on mine
Roger Lemelin from x.x.x.129 left this message 4 seconds ago:
http://lemelintrailertalk.blogspot.com/

This might work better
JGoodwin: Canadian - is your phone data enabled?
Brian: Canadian: As long as you have txt, it should work on your phone
kentmanning: Professor Wesch's Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/mwesch
JGoodwin: sorry - Brian is right - should just work
Canadiancurls80: I think so. and I do text on my phone all the time
Canadiancurls80: not sure why i can't access it.
kentmanning: Wayback Machine http://www.archive.org/web/web.php
Brian: Have you set up your device on Twitter?
Brian: (put your cell number on the site