BrazTESOL Bsb/GO Online Event: First up in a Sunday double-header

Learning2gether Episode 125

BrazTESOL Brasilia and BrazTESOL Goiânia special online event for Educators with Jennifer Verschoor, Valéria França and Barbara Sakamoto as presenters. 

Recording:

Venue, Bb Collaborate / Elluminate: http://learningtimesevents.org/webheads/

Smore info: Carla has made the presenters’ biodatas and presentation abstracts of the Braz TESOL & Learnin2gether online event available here: http://smore.com/27ca

Links: http://www.smore.com/27ca-practical-ideas-for-your-next-class 

Barbara and games for teaching children:


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Jen on m-learning:


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Valéria on poetry and art


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See this at screencast.com/t/6pvg9nqAdaDC

Announcements


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Reflections


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and THANKS

to Peggy George for not only rendering the sound files from the original Elluminate recording, but separating them out into three parts for us. And not only that but for providing us the following rendering of the Bb Collaborate text chat: 

Nov 4, 2012 5:01:43 AM – WEBHEADS-LEARNINGTIMES-V.10-001

00:01 – Virginia [Jatai]

Good Morning!!

00:44 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Good morning!

01:00 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

I can see you, Barbara! =)

01:09 – Victor Hugo [Lima, Peru]

Nice to see you Barbara!!

01:10 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Welcome!

01:13 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

YEY! good 2 see you Barbs:-)

01:14 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Hello BArbara

01:19 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Welcome, Barb.

01:23 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

WELCOME, Barbara!

01:25 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

I used to promote Let’s Go all over Brazil for OUP! Great book, barbara!

01:33 – Session Leader 2

Thank you Barb!!

01:47 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

insanely incredible… nice collocation!

02:03 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Good morning everyone! Greetings from Phoenix AZ 🙂

02:12 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Hey, Peggy!

02:27 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

yep… gotem!

02:28 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

Perfect image Carla

02:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Just above the chat

02:34 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

yes

02:38 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

yes

02:39 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes

02:42 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

OK here

02:43 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Hi Carla! Thanks for arranging this awesome program!

03:02 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

great audio for me 🙂

03:03 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

We’re here for you, Barb! 🙂

03:10 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Peggy, thank you for being here!

03:13 – Session Leader 2

Were are all here for you Barb :-))

03:13 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

🙂

03:24 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

🙂

03:25 – Kim Horne [Waxhaw, North Carolina]

JALT & Let’s Go! Baby!

03:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

😀

03:31 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

😀

03:33 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

03:37 – Effie P [ATHENS]

:(…sorry

03:42 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

03:43 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

🙂

03:44 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

😀 😀 😀

03:47 – Victor Hugo [Lima, Peru]

victorhugor

03:57 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

@grammylatino

03:59 – Session Leader 2

Barb I am a huge fan of your work.

04:05 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

Hi Barb! JALT/facebook

04:29 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

Hi everybody!

04:41 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

not to mention the cost!

04:44 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

we are too!!!

04:45 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Woooow! So glad you’re here, Barb

05:20 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

which is great, Barbara

05:31 – Effie P [ATHENS]

tell me about it..

05:40 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

We love Barb – but the video winow is a bit big 🙂

05:57 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

you can drag it to the side, EA

06:31 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

No – can’t change size -only move it

06:33 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Drilling is FUN!

07:10 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Honey, I shrunk the Barbara!

07:13 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

YEY – bravo

08:09 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

lol!

08:16 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

Sweatshirt and pajamas.  It’s cold!

08:17 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Not wearing much at all! : 0

08:21 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes, I am!

08:23 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

HAHAHAHAHA

08:27 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

uh you caught me out on that one

08:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

OH DEAR!

08:53 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Hi Vance 🙂

09:13 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

kids really love this playful kind of activity

09:14 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

Hi Peggy good to see you here

09:16 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Whenever I get the chance!

09:47 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Gosh – can’t do anything

09:47 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes, I can

09:53 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

Yes, I can

09:55 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

Can you define ‘can’

10:14 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Where’s the sushi/sashimi???

10:25 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

mmmmmmmmmm

10:26 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

good questions Graeme! 🙂

10:39 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

Hi everyone. I’m in a sunny Argentina

10:53 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

All of the above! Yummy!

10:57 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Love it

10:58 – Effie P [ATHENS]

oh yes

11:01 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes, I do!

11:04 – Effie P [ATHENS]

mmmmmmmmmmm

11:07 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I`ll say yes to averything

11:09 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

love it!

11:14 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

oh yeahh!

11:15 – Effie P [ATHENS]

ooouuuuuuuuuuuuyeah

11:16 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Ah, vini!

11:25 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

Only junk food!

11:38 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

=)

11:38 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

Chicken, better!

11:39 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

A side salad for Isabela, please.

11:44 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes! I love it

11:48 – Effie P [ATHENS]

yep

11:48 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

love it

11:50 – Virginia [Jatai]

My favorite

11:52 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

yes, but not NOW! ha, ha

11:57 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Love fish!

11:58 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

I’m eating chicken right now!

12:09 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

This is making me hungry!

12:11 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

12:22 – Effie P [ATHENS]

oh i jst had lunch

12:22 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

me too, Edmilson

12:23 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

It can be done with flash cards, realia, google images… nice!

12:38 – Effie P [ATHENS]

ppts too

12:39 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

a lot of fun

12:40 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

Put the ~ on the plate is fun, too.

12:47 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

Good morning, everybody!  (I’m late) 🙂

13:01 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

hey, malu

13:03 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

saw that the other day, Kevin

13:04 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Morning. Malu!

13:11 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

not too late. We’ve just started

13:13 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Hey Malu!!!! good to see you here

13:28 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

Good to see you too, Graeme!

13:28 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

5

13:31 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I see 4

13:35 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

5

13:37 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

6

13:37 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

toys, stationery, clothes, food, animals

13:37 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

Categories. Very Cognitive!

13:41 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

5

13:42 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

Thanks for your help, Carla!

13:43 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

5

13:43 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

5

13:44 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

3

13:45 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

5

13:47 – Effie P [ATHENS]

5

13:47 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

5

13:49 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

six?

13:50 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

5

13:50 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

5

13:50 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

5

13:51 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

five

13:57 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

seven

14:09 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

surely no right or wrong answer, though!

14:13 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

whatever works in Ss minds?

14:13 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

right

14:16 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

Hi, Marcia! xxx

14:33 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

sure. It’s a task. No ONE answer is possible

14:35 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

pink things!

14:37 – Patricia Assis [Goiâia]

singular and plural

14:39 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

green things

14:42 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

would be much easier to decide if you could actually move the items into groups 🙂

14:43 – Effie P [ATHENS]

siglar

14:46 – Effie P [ATHENS]

plura

14:46 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

living vs. inanimate

14:56 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

graeme is too fast

14:57 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

grapes and iguanas are green?

14:59 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

countable

14:59 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

How do you ask “How many categories?” without using the L1?

14:59 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

count and non-count

15:00 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I see singular and plural

15:00 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

eatable amd not eatable

15:00 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

things I have/don`t

15:01 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

living

15:04 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

plastic things

15:04 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

Things that are made of pieces like popcorn and grapes and puzzles

15:07 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

zero article and indefinite article

15:12 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

things I like and things I don’t!

15:16 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

things I like/don’t like

15:20 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

🙂 Graeme

15:25 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

Very Cognitive exercise barbara. luv it

15:28 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Yay! PEggy! separated at birth?

15:33 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

🙂

15:35 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

true Shaun!

15:37 – Kim Horne [Waxhaw, North Carolina]

Love ya Barb, gotta go!

15:48 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

style

15:51 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

they have two legs

15:51 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

blue

15:55 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

design fashion

15:56 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

punk

15:57 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

take plural verb

15:57 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

clothes making

16:00 – Virginia [Jatai]

a pair

16:01 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

two ends

16:22 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

fantastic!

16:23 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

They are each “a pair”.

16:26 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

nice

16:31 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

small pieces

16:34 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

pieces?

16:35 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

many bits

16:35 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

countable

16:35 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

pieces

16:36 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

small pieces

16:47 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

green

16:48 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

green?

16:48 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

they can be green

16:53 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

things kids use more than adults!

16:55 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I personally love these exercises in which there is no definite answer and there are many possibilities

16:56 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

popcorn is uncount

17:03 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

school items

17:05 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

i agree Vinicius! very nice1

17:14 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

=) Graeme

17:17 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Of course the answer to life the universe and everything is 42!

17:26 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

hahahaha

17:42 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

kids are smarter!!!

17:53 – Effie P [ATHENS]

adults…too much on mind…hahah

18:03 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

I’ve met a scientist who broke a window at the library!!!!

18:15 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

at what age do the kids make the transition from knowing the “real” object to realizing the picture represents the object?

18:31 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

hmmm… good question, Peggy… surely before 3!

19:00 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

barber shops are a dying breed, aren’t they? More like unisex hair salons these dasy!

19:01 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

days

19:14 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

An astronaut called the barber shop on his mobile to book the next haircut.

19:17 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

An astronaut took a cell phone to the barber shop.

19:18 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

An astronaut forgot his cellphone at the barber shop last week

19:20 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

this is a frequent exercise to teach kids about creative writing

19:20 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

An astronaut forgot his cell phone in the barber shop

19:23 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

LOL

19:23 – Stella Villavicencio [Buenos Aires] 1

hello

19:23 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

an astronaut used a cell phone in a barber shop

19:27 – Effie P [ATHENS]

the astonaunts cell phone rang at the barbers

19:27 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

astronaut left his cell phone in barb 🙂

19:34 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

The barber told a story about an astronaut while cutting the hair until the cell phone rang.

19:42 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

An astronaut ate a cell phone at the barber shop.

19:48 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

🙂

19:49 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

The barber shop owner told his wife on the cell phone that he REALLy wanted to be an astronaut!

20:13 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

to do what?

20:13 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

nope!

20:18 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Me

20:21 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

with all of them???w

20:21 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

go on graeme

20:22 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

pick me

20:23 – Jane Rogers [Oxford]

I’ll volunteer

20:31 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

a taxi driver, sunglasses, at the library

20:32 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

ah ok… gotcha

20:48 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

I lost my sunglasses while talking to the taxi driver on my way to the library

20:54 – Effie P [ATHENS]

the taxi drive walked into the library with his sunglasses

20:55 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

good one, Edmilson

21:07 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

I can only think of sentences about people forgetting things (lol) – very telling

21:08 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Barbara how should we treat the missing prepositions/articles in their production?

21:10 – Effie P [ATHENS]

haha

21:15 – Effie P [ATHENS]

🙂

21:21 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

good question, Nina

21:29 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

reformulation?

21:44 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

ok, I understand, thank you.

21:50 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

Hi, Willy. Welcome.

22:07 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

A scientist, a monkey, at the zoo

22:21 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Yay! Willy! Glad you could join us, mate!

22:27 – Effie P [ATHENS]

The monkey at the zoo gave the scientist a high 5

22:34 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

A scientist became a monkey at the zoo…

22:35 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

A scientist saw a monkey at the zoo.

22:35 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

lol

22:38 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

🙂

22:40 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

At the zoo, the scientist transformed himself into a monkey!

22:41 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

a scientist refused to experiment on a monkey at the zoo

22:42 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

🙂

22:43 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

A scientist stole a monkey at the zoo  for her lab

22:52 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

Hi, Willy!

22:54 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

the monkey saw a scientist at the zoo

22:57 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

The monkey was scared to see the scientist at the zoo.

23:20 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

A monkey scaped from the zoo

23:51 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

silly language can help them focus on the form without getting too caught up in meaning and have fun at the same time

24:25 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

hahahahaha cuuuuute ❤

24:43 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

very creative

24:55 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Da Vinci invented the TV but decided to throw it in the volcano Vesuviius!

24:57 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

This is cute!

24:59 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Great idea!

25:00 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

really nice

25:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Even personalization can take place in this activity if they choose themselves/teachers as characters

25:32 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

So nice!

25:39 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Mona Lisa was really a cute soccer Mom who used to get hit on at the soccer field!

25:43 – Session Leader 1 #5

Lovely!

25:50 – Stella Villavicencio [Buenos Aires] 1

perfect

25:57 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

ahahaha Graeme! 🙂

26:03 – Session Leader 1 #5

yes

26:03 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

😀

26:18 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

It was a dark and stormy night…

26:24 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

I’m laughing already.

26:28 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

me

26:30 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

🙂

26:45 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

me? the 2nd line?

26:46 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

26:56 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

again..> It was a dark and stormy night…

27:04 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

and Leonardo

27:17 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Leonardo da Vinci was walking in the park…

27:27 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

Leonardo da Vinci stole a magic carpet from a castle…

27:30 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

Leonardo DV caught the first available MC to the Castle

27:46 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

haha… but since they were on strike it took a while!

27:49 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

🙂

28:12 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

and the magic carpet took him to the arms of his mona lisa

28:17 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

(c) Braz-TESOL 2012

28:19 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

28:20 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

🙂

28:20 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

hahah

28:21 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

28:34 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

🙂

28:36 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

really nice ideas, Barbara! Thanks so much!

30:55 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

lovely

31:05 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

kinesthetic learning plays an important part here. =)

31:15 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Adorable indeed! Kid will love it!

31:26 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

Welcome, Nadya!

32:01 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

for sure @Nina 🙂 and it could be kinesthetic if they manipulate/move the objects and words on a computer screen or iPad too 🙂

32:31 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

HI, Jane!

33:07 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes, Peggy, true! 🙂 My students need more of those activities… I guess. I’ll try it this next week!

33:08 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

very nice idea

33:26 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

I’m sure it will make a difference in your class, Nina!

33:29 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Nothing better than an achievable challenge for sense of accomplishment!

33:33 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

great idea! 🙂

33:45 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

always!

33:49 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

yep!

33:55 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

all over (lol)

33:59 – Session Leader 1 #5

I agree!

34:01 – Virginia [Jatai]

yes

34:06 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Me, myself and I… old story 🙂

34:15 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

what a coincidence, my favorite topic too 🙂

34:23 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

children are naturally egocentric, aren’t they? We can use this to our/their advantage!

34:58 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

I think it’s different with older children, though. Maybe they get too self-conscious to talk about themselves?

35:15 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

interesting term… recycling language 🙂

35:15 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

true Alan

35:22 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

actually… this is also about another person, not strictly their own preferences… so could avoid shyness.

35:30 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

If they have to talk about themselves they’ll always raise their hands to volunteer

35:32 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

Emerging discourse in English. Great.

35:42 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

but of course we’re talking about YLs here… 7-10

35:52 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

or even 6+

36:05 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

what a lovely pic!

36:07 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

The links are at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FWNIgJozWW1wt099x2GRxsdNxUZ4S6NUvnFZkHhp520/edit

36:27 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

all the references for Barbara’s presentation

36:27 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

We’ve reached 50 participants. Yeay

36:36 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

50? Excellent news!

36:41 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

thanks Carla!

36:42 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

thanks for that document @Carla 🙂

36:42 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

Wonderful! 🙂

37:04 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

I just counted, 50

37:05 – Virginia [Jatai]

amazing

37:07 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

Great presentation barbara, some good ideas to try next week

37:08 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

we have around 8 minutes for questions

37:12 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

What is your favourite activity?

37:16 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

How do you ask kids to group things into categories without using the L1?

37:25 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

great ideas – very true and very effective Barbara thanks for sharing

37:29 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

Looking forward to seeing many of you there!

37:42 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Great, Karen

37:49 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FWNIgJozWW1wt099x2GRxsdNxUZ4S6NUvnFZkHhp520/edit

37:51 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

very cute photo!

37:52 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

Gonna be a blast.  I’ll be there ‘Breaking Rules”

38:14 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Thank you, Barbara!

38:15 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

thanks so much, Barbara… there were some questions above.

38:16 – Patricia Assis [Goiâia]

Thank you so much for your generosity.

38:17 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

Thank you so much, Barb! 🙂

38:19 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Thank you, Barb!

38:19 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

let’s open it

38:24 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

Thank you, Barbara! It was amazing! 🙂

38:24 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

Thanks Barbara.  That was fantastic.  Have a bunch of notes to take into my next class.

38:28 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

Nice job, Barb!

38:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

5 minutes for questions

38:31 – Session Leader 1 #5

Wonderful ideas Barb. Loved them all!

38:32 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

One Q was about grouping items.. in L1 or L2?

38:36 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

What is your favourite activity?

38:43 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

ok

38:45 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

great job! love it

38:46 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

Great ideas Barbara, thanks!

38:49 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

Great ideas, Barb! Thanks!

39:00 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

sure..

39:01 – Virginia [Jatai]

Thanks!!

39:09 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

excellent presentation and great teaching suggestions! Thank you Barbara! 🙂

39:21 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Thanks for the nice ideas!

39:24 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

do you correct on the spot during these activities?

39:26 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

arigato gozaumasu

39:28 – Nadya Obraztsova [Bellevue]

Thank you, it’s funtastic!

39:32 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

gozaimasu

39:34 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

Sorry I just saw this now. 😦  Got in late. 😦

39:48 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Lucia… you can see the whole thing on the link above.

39:51 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

Would you use these activities with beginner adutls in japan Barbara?

40:01 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

There is much more coming up, Lucia!

40:02 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

Thanks, Graeme!

40:12 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

ok, thank you

40:13 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

yes… up next… Jenn from argentina!

40:19 – Kevin Stein @kevchanwow [Osaka, Japan]

@Supershaun I’ve used them with high school students.

40:21 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

Great to hear, Edmilson. Thanks.

40:22 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Thank you Barbara!

40:23 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

but no over correciton hopefully

40:26 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Any plans to come to Brazil?

40:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

fantastic, Barb!

40:31 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

overt correction

40:31 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

great point! observation of the students and taking notes is such a valuable way to assess learning

40:34 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

Thanks!!!!

40:36 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

@barbsaka

40:38 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Wonderful PRACTICAL ideas, Barb. Thanks a zillion for sharing it with us. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

40:44 – Effie P [ATHENS]

THANKS ALOT

40:45 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

Thanks Barb!!

40:47 – Alexandra Chistyakova [Moscow] 1

THANK YOU!

40:53 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

goodnight Barbara

40:54 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

THANK YOU!

40:55 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Thank you!!!! 🙂

40:56 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

thanks

40:57 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

Thany YOU arabara – great stuff

40:59 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

Thanks Barbara

41:01 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

Thank you so much! This were great activities and tips.

41:09 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

THank you very much for your nice ideas!

41:23 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

I use the same primciples for my adults and senior citizens 🙂

41:32 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

I agree Carla! These teaching strategies could work with adults too

41:32 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

Thank you for inviting me!

41:35 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Hi everyone. Sorry for getting in late. I had technical problems. 🙂

41:41 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

54 PARTICIPANTS!

41:50 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

Glad you made it, Rose!

41:53 – Beatrice Alves [Bahia]

Hello everybody

41:55 – AidenY [Taiwan]

evening in Asia!

41:57 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

great, Carla!

42:03 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Congrats Edimilson and Graeme! 🙂

42:14 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Tks Barbara, I missed your presentation.

42:37 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

There will be a recording 🙂

42:38 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Thanks, Roseli! 🙂

42:55 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Welcome Jennifer 🙂

42:58 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Welcome, Jennifer! 🙂

43:08 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

hmm I like that topic!

43:11 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

QUITE RIGHT Carla

43:12 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Go go go Jen!!!!

43:13 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Tks for the webinar. I’m happy to be here.

43:14 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

One of my favourite topics!

43:15 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

I have no idea what m=learning is

43:16 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Welcome Jennifer

43:19 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Welcome Jeniffer!

43:25 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

Welcome Jenn!!!

43:26 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

mobile learning

43:28 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

yes

43:28 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

yes

43:29 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

yes

43:29 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

yes

43:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes

43:29 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Hi Jennifer

43:30 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

yes

43:30 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

ok

43:30 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

y

43:30 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes

43:30 – AidenY [Taiwan]

yes

43:31 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

yes

43:31 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

yes

43:31 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

learning with any mobile device, Maria… not just mobile phones!

43:31 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

yes

43:32 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

yes

43:32 – Beatrice Alves [Bahia]

yes

43:34 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

yes

43:36 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

yep

43:53 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

got sound but no video

44:03 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

no video, Lucia

44:08 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

ok 🙂

44:11 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes

44:12 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

now, yes

44:13 – AidenY [Taiwan]

yes

44:13 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

I also presented on this about a week ago… very hot topic that teachers are highly interested in!

44:14 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I can see. 🙂

44:14 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

beautiful!

44:15 – Malu Sciamarelli [Brazil] 1

🙂

44:15 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

great

44:15 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

yes

44:18 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

great to see you, Jen

44:30 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

video ok now 🙂 Hi Jennifer.

44:38 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

7 different places, wow!

44:39 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Roseli – Recife Brazil

44:50 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

oh, we have the same problem

44:50 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

so much that can be done without internet!!

44:53 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

m-learning reminds me of Graeme

45:01 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

hahaha… kind of, right, Nina?

45:22 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

The first time I learned more about it was with him, Graeme Hodgson.

45:32 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

BOTH

45:35 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

left

45:36 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

left

45:37 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

right

45:39 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

left

45:39 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

on the left

45:43 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

right

45:43 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

left

45:43 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

right

45:45 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

right

45:45 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

Right

45:45 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

right

45:46 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

right

45:46 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

right

45:46 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

L

45:48 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

rigth

45:48 – Nadya Obraztsova [Bellevue]

left

45:49 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

no way of knowing!

45:51 – Adriana Santos [Avaré- SP Brazil]

With the book…

45:54 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

reading?

45:55 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

I read books and use a phone!

45:59 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

not sure. I can’t choose.

46:01 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

me too

46:03 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

that’s great

46:06 – Nadya Obraztsova [Bellevue]

surprise

46:08 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

😉

46:24 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

I knew there was a catch

46:25 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

I thought that was a “trick” question 🙂

46:33 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

me too, Peggy

46:42 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

yes, Isabela

46:42 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

=)

46:46 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

too “obvious”

46:51 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

I can’t live without mine either

47:00 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

hahahahhahahahahahhahaha

47:02 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

hahaha

47:02 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

HAHAHAHAHAHA

47:04 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

Ha ha!

47:08 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

smart

47:08 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

hahaha

47:11 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

lol!

47:16 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

lol

47:17 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

LOL 🙂

47:17 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

lol  cute!

47:40 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Reminds me of you, Carla “It’s NOT about the tools….”

47:42 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

hilarious!

48:08 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

thats good!

48:11 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

great slide!

48:21 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

interesting.. more Blackberries than iphones!

48:50 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

students have those devices but many of them are surpised when we tell them we are going to use such devices in class

48:53 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes, mlearning is not about the device, but about mobility!

48:59 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

smart phone accesses webw

49:00 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

they frequently ask: really?

49:00 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

apps?

49:10 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

smart phones have the capacity to use the internet and use apps

49:35 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

my husband has a mobile phone, what I call a “cumb phone”.

49:47 – Elizabeth Anne [grenoble]

oops gonna have to catch up on the recording … thanks in advance Jen 🙂

49:48 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

wii, xbox, ps3!

49:51 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

I mean “dumb phone”

50:14 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Lol love the “dumb phone”

50:46 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Baby steps…

50:55 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

very nice

51:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

#fail is part of the learning process

51:36 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes Very wise

51:53 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

excellent message

52:10 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

Great BrenéBrown videos on fail and vulnerability that I think it is well applicable for teachers. 🙂

52:11 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

52:16 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

everywhere (lol)

52:33 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Thanks, Justine!

52:40 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Welcome, Nina!

52:50 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

you´e welcome!

52:56 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://learninglab.org

52:57 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

very important and useful!

53:01 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/alfie-kohn/what-do-kids-really-learn_b_1936002.html?fb_action_ids=4905117784822&fb_action_types=og.likes&fb_source=aggregation&fb_aggregation_id=288381481237582

53:11 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

great links!

53:14 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Thank you, Carla; good morning to all! Sorry I am late; just woke up! 🙂

53:19 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

once my mind opened up, I can’t do otherwise. I feel a bit lost with my teaching though.

53:27 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Who is speaking at the moment, please?

53:30 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Jen has just started, Nina.

53:30 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

thanks for those, Justine

53:35 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Thanks

53:56 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

where do I get the links after the presentation?

54:14 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I think the more we incorporate such tech elements in class the more we need to address the topic of digital literacy

54:14 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

I need to learn more about online safety, make parents calm with good arguments.

54:23 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

uuuuh! sneak preview! I like it!

54:41 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

it happens 🙂

54:44 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

recorders

54:44 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

teachers need to be digitally literate before tech is fully used in class

54:51 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

voice recorders?

54:52 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

tape rcorder

54:53 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

voice recorders

54:55 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

i pods

54:57 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

iPods

54:58 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

ohhh my walkman there…

54:58 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

ipods

55:01 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

the one that says walkman

55:04 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

sony

55:07 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

walkman!

55:10 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

me walkman

55:12 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

i shuffles

55:14 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Welcome, Miguel!

55:15 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

Walkman generation, for sure

55:30 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Isabela… not gramophone?

55:33 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

LOL

55:40 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

You´e welcome, Gilmar. I´e learned about BrenéBrown through this interview, which is great to watch as well: http://www.goodlifeproject.com/brene-brown-vulnerable/

55:41 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

Hi Carla!

55:46 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Graemophone!

55:49 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Mi Miguel!

55:52 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

hahahaha… Yes, i’m THAT old!

55:55 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I meant HI Miguel

55:56 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

Hey Nina:)

56:01 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

🙂

56:02 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Miguel… good to see you here!

56:05 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

LOL

56:14 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

Hi Graeme:)

56:18 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Not trying to be proprietary

56:20 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

doesn’t the iPod shuffle sound like a dance to you?

56:27 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

yes!

56:27 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

RLOL

56:29 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes

56:38 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://fakeiphonetext.com

56:42 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Good morning =)

56:44 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

saving everything here, Justine

56:50 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

GIIIIII ❤

57:02 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

🙂

57:08 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

oh oh Not listening

57:11 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela]

to Jen

57:22 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

HI, Jennifer. Woke up a bit too late this morning.

57:39 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Hi Ana Maria!!!! Pity I missed you on my last visit to uberlandia!

57:52 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

useful for us older folks 🙂

58:00 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

David Crystal gr8 db8

58:01 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

David Crystal says this is fine and not damaging to Students’ language learning at all!

58:01 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

easy for teachers to read–even upside down 🙂

58:13 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

love these cool messages

58:18 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

redE

58:30 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

But,Graeme,  we met at Cultura? You might now have recognised me though. 🙂

58:31 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

read about that, Crystal rocks!

58:31 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

so true.

58:42 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

love trasnl8it

58:57 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

More “languages”, improving the brain, not making it dumber

58:59 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Hey, Giselle! Great to see you around.

59:35 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Excellent!

59:46 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Giiiiii! You made it! Gr8!

59:48 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

that’s the point!

1:00:02 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Hi, Carla, I am glad to be here

1:00:02 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

We are glad you came, Gi!

1:00:07 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Hi, Graeme =)

1:00:21 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

we are teaching in an era in which teachers no longer are the focus

1:00:33 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

students now have a voice

1:00:41 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

true Vinicius

1:00:48 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

She’s reading a story

1:00:54 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

maybe telling a story

1:01:00 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

a loud voice at times (lol)

1:01:01 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

taking attendance

1:01:07 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

calling the roll

1:01:23 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

love it!

1:01:26 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

nice!

1:01:28 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Class Dojo is awesome

1:01:32 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

class dojo is really neat

1:01:38 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

it works wonders with students

1:02:08 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

CUTE

1:02:14 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

they start noticing good behavior around them

1:02:16 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

I have heard middle school teachers say this works for their students too 🙂 ages 12-14

1:02:17 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

so many great ideas here today –

1:02:22 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

never used Dojo, seems useful

1:02:42 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

Great when a student can do this for the teacher. They love it.

1:02:47 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Ana, it is really interesting. And I even asked about it to our school psychologist

1:02:47 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

lots of print screens today

1:02:54 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

http://www.classdojo.com/

1:03:09 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

http://www.classdojo.com/about

1:03:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

active attendance

1:03:30 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

back now

1:03:45 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

best of all free tools

1:03:51 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

I was worried about the negative part for the students, but the school psychologist said it was Ok, because the students can make up for a negative mark and do well

1:03:56 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela] #2

back again…Not listening to Jennifer:/

1:04:13 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Miguel, try the audio wizard

1:04:15 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

Carla, I was wondering about that

1:04:24 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

tools>>>audio, miguel

1:04:35 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Yes, Ana, she said it was ok.

1:05:04 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

I like tools that are crossplatforms, in mobile devices and web-based

1:05:30 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

So nice! Love iClass Dojo

1:05:30 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I presume the teacher needs to have a mobile device for class dojo.

1:05:37 – Miguel Mendoza [Venezuela] #2

Yes…checked it out…Nothing-

1:05:40 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

yes, to be able to use it from our mobile, ipad or whatever device we’re using

1:05:43 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

This is great!

1:05:44 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

http://www.learningfactory.net is now incorporating this into our textbooks for teens!

1:05:45 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

no, class dojo is web-based too

1:05:51 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I don’t have a smart phone or iPad

1:05:59 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

no, nina. You can do it online. No need for mobile devices

1:06:00 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

Very Good, Graeme

1:06:01 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I still need to learn more about the power of QR codes

1:06:03 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

OK

1:06:06 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Thanks

1:06:18 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://qrstuff.com

1:06:25 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

classtools.net

1:06:32 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

I know it!

1:06:35 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

qr codes are great for transmedia activities

1:06:46 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

there are wonderful treasure hunts you can do with sts

1:06:53 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

you can go from videos, to prind to audio in a flash

1:07:17 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

and listening dictations too, if you attach an audio to different QR cdes

1:07:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes, Giselle. The only thing is connection. Depending what you include, you need wifi or 3g to work.

1:07:57 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

true

1:08:09 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

You need a tool to create the qr codes and one to read them.

1:08:37 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

So one code per question, or one for several?

1:08:57 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

How do we know if their phones can do it? http://www.socialbrite.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/qrcode2.jpg

1:09:01 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

one per question

1:09:09 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

you need wifi access all around the school , right?

1:09:15 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

Thanks, Edmilson.

1:09:29 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

I know my phone does, but I don’t know many other mobiles…

1:09:30 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

You’re welcome, Lucia

1:09:38 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

story bird is wonderful

1:09:50 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

40 interesting ways to use qr codes in the classroom: https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=0AclS3lrlFkCIZGhuMnZjdjVfNzY1aHNkdzV4Y3I&hl=en_GB&authkey=COX05IsF

1:09:55 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

storybird

1:09:56 – Supershaun [Brasilia]

Thanks for the QR codes idea Jen. Really great

1:09:59 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://storybird.com

1:10:06 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

love it!

1:10:08 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

great use of QR code!

1:10:19 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Welcome, Wallace!

1:10:21 – Graeme Hodgson [Brasilia]

Hi Wallace! welcome!

1:10:23 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

I love Storybird!

1:10:25 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I’m using that one right now with 9th graders, they work in pairs to collaborate in the story and they liked it a lot.

1:10:37 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Good morning, everyone!

1:11:16 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

to learn to be out of the picture is the challenge for all of us, I guess

1:11:23 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Hi Wallace

1:11:39 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

sure. Once the screen is ON, we’re OUT, ha, ha

1:11:47 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

@Carla-I was just looking at Tom Barrett’s document-40 interesting ways and it looks like something happened to it–only 9 slides right now

1:12:04 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

which one?

1:12:29 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

I created this storybird about tech types: http://storybird.com/books/qual-e-o-seu-tipo-tech/?token=rrx64t it is in Portuguese, but I still want to translate it to English

1:12:43 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Lovely, Jen

1:12:58 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

excellent ways of registering student’s work

1:13:04 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://voicethread.com

1:13:08 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

the Interesting Ways slides about using QR codes

1:13:11 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Voicethread is fantastic

1:13:15 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

voicethred is a great tool!

1:13:27 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yay! Webheads! http://webheads.info

1:13:27 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

I use it! I learned form Ana Maria Menezes! 🙂

1:13:40 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

I just love voice thread!

1:13:42 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

the Voicethread app is really neat

1:13:52 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

and the web-based one, amazing

1:13:53 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

must try the app

1:14:01 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

I love VT so much. Used it in my research.

1:14:31 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

yes!!

1:14:39 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

isn’t it interesting?

1:14:40 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I’ve never warmed to VT, don’t know why. Maybe because I am also teaching reading, writing, grammar–hardly ever listening, speaking

1:14:41 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

great tips about Voicethread 🙂

1:14:49 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

cool idea for an e-book ;.)

1:14:56 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

VT provides powerful motivation for writing

1:15:06 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

never used much technology in class, I am still learning how to do that and most of teachers don’t believe in it in class.

1:15:10 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

linoit!

1:15:28 – Effie P [ATHENS]

I love using technology

1:15:31 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

can do booktalks with voicethread too–lots of reading but doesn’t all have to take place withint the tool

1:15:32 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Rose, we are here exactly to hel you move forward

1:15:46 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Rose, it takes time, but don`t give up

1:15:54 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Tks Carla, I am afraid to push it and get in trouble.

1:15:55 – Session Leader 1 #5

http://www.friv.com

1:15:57 – Effie P [ATHENS]

I use it with my online students. But as for the school i owrk for..doesn’t want it..

1:15:59 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Also use lino; It’s  Great! Wallisher is also a similar tool!

1:16:12 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

wallwisher

1:16:15 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

and wallwisher has really improved

1:16:17 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I will be more involved and appreciate the support

1:16:19 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

kids go crazy with tablets

1:16:34 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

linoit is crossplatform: mobile and web

1:16:37 – Isabela Villas Boas [Brasilia]

I’m going to have to go, Jenny, but I’ll watch the recording later. Sorry. Mommy time! Daughter taking ENEM needs to eat.

1:16:38 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

BrainPop!

1:16:51 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Animoto! :0)

1:16:59 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

By Isabela!

1:17:14 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://animoto.com

1:17:16 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Bye

1:17:20 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://quizlet.com

1:17:40 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

skitch is a great app to use with young learners

1:17:46 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://socrative.com

1:17:47 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

yes socrative is very interesting

1:17:48 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Fantastic Socrative

1:17:56 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

Love skitch, Giselle

1:17:59 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

My students love it

1:18:05 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

only heard of Socrative

1:18:23 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes. Socrative needs connection.

1:18:29 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

I had my 4 devices in class and I used the classroom computer myself

1:18:31 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

never heard of socrative

1:18:35 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

I use Pearl Tree….I have some great links….there are tons around…..http://www.pearltrees.com/#/N-s=1_5164063&N-reveal=5&N-fa=4923439&N-u=1_615142&N-p=44851754&N-f=1_5164063

1:18:39 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

In our school, we use offline apps.

1:18:50 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Thanks, Jens

1:18:52 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

have just learned it is crossplatform, right Carla?

1:19:09 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Great idea!

1:19:25 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Using it from home with Ss’s Wi-fi connectivity.

1:19:33 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

First time I hear about Socrative

1:19:47 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Give it a try, Roseli – awesome

1:19:53 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

and we need to know about the infrastructure.

1:19:59 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

is socrative available for android phones as well?

1:20:01 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Can you assume that 100% of your students have access to the technology and internet at home? If even one doesn’t have it that would be a problem for that student.

1:20:02 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://evernote.com

1:20:04 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Using it from home with Ss’ Wi-Fi connection.

1:20:15 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

❤ evernote

1:20:29 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

The more we know about these apps and tools the more we can choose what is really appropriate to our needs

1:20:37 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Agreed, Nina. In my classes, they have 100% access.

1:20:40 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

not all my students have computers or wifi at thier homes- those kids will fell left out

1:20:45 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Love Shelly and hers ideas!

1:20:54 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

So many great tools!

1:21:01 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

teacher boot camp

1:21:04 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Her ideas are great, Viníius.

1:21:06 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://coolappsforschools.wikispaces.com

1:21:10 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I don’t think you can do it unless students ALL have access.

1:21:12 – Effie P [ATHENS]

All this is great but here in greek schools it cannot be used…:(

1:21:20 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

REboot camp

1:21:21 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

Really cool focus Jennifer – even for teachers without wifi available

1:21:39 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

create iphone fake conversations

1:21:41 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

translate txt

1:21:43 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

pretend you have an ipone and wrtie messages

1:21:48 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

text without devices

1:22:02 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

App

1:22:21 – Effie P [ATHENS]

of course we can pretend…

1:22:22 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

qr codes

1:22:26 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

QR codes

1:22:27 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

QR codes

1:22:39 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

text messages

1:22:40 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

turn English into textspk

1:22:41 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

behavior management

1:22:52 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

text messages and it translates to text messaging codes

1:23:09 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

hey, Beyza!!! Welcome

1:23:14 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Hi Beyza

1:23:19 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

hi

1:23:24 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

great to be able to work offline as well

1:23:24 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

LOL

1:23:25 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

lol

1:23:26 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

hahaha! Caipirinha time!

1:23:28 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

LOL

1:23:28 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

kkkkkkkk

1:23:28 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

waves’

1:23:31 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

lovely sunday app!

1:23:31 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

yes

1:23:35 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

LOL this one sounds interesting

1:23:40 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

LOL

1:23:40 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Almost time for caipirinha!

1:23:41 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

Ohhhhh thats for me

1:23:43 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

SO neat!

1:23:45 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

love this!

1:23:46 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

:-))

1:23:47 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

hahahahaha

1:23:52 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

LOL never heard about it! 🙂

1:23:52 – AidenY [Taiwan]

love it!

1:23:55 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

if you tip the phone just right can you drink it?

1:24:04 – AidenY [Taiwan]

lol

1:24:25 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Different types of literacy are key for Ss and us.

1:24:26 – Effie P [ATHENS]

no

1:24:27 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

1:24:30 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

great!!

1:24:30 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

so true!

1:24:31 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Thank you!!

1:24:36 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

thank you, Jennifer!

1:24:37 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

thanks for the great tips, Jennifer. Beijos do Brasil pra você

1:24:37 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

nice to meet you Jennifer

1:24:38 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

A great way of collaborating…sharing..http://www.pearltrees.com/

1:24:38 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

thanks, jen, that was wonderful

1:24:39 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Thank you so much!

1:24:40 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

excellent presentation Jennifer! Thank you!!!

1:24:41 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

CLAP, CLAP JENNY!!!

1:24:41 – Virginia [Jatai]

Thank you!!! Great ideas…

1:24:42 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Thank you! Great ideas! 😉

1:24:45 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

Thank you Jennifer

1:24:45 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

tks Jennifer it was wonderful

1:24:45 – Victor Hugo [Lima, Peru]

Thanks, Jennifer

1:24:47 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

Thankyou very much. Lots to check out and try

1:24:47 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Thank you, Jen!

1:24:48 – Mariana Emma [Corodba]

thank you

1:24:48 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

that was great, thank you

1:24:49 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Great presentation indeed!

1:24:49 – David [Goiania]

thanks

1:24:50 – Karen Frazier Tsai [Seattle WA]

Thank you, Jennier!

1:24:51 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

Thanks!!

1:24:52 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

thank you jennifer!

1:24:53 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Amazing, Jen! Clap clap clap!!!

1:24:54 – M.Carolina Orgnero [Cordoba]

thanks! 🙂

1:24:56 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

great, Jen!

1:24:57 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

Thanks Jen!!

1:24:57 – Beyza Yilmaz [ISTANBUL]

Thanks

1:25:01 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

great pres

1:25:02 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

clap clap clap

1:25:03 – Effie P [ATHENS]

Thanks..really interesting site and talk..

1:25:10 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

you have 4 mint

1:25:25 – Bob Sanderson [Osaka, Japan]

So many interesting looking websites to check out. Thank you!

1:25:27 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

is voicethread only for schools, or privte users?

1:25:27 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

if you have any questions for jen

1:25:44 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

ok, will download now

1:25:52 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

my question

1:26:02 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

if you could show us just one of the next 20 slides

1:26:03 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Lucia, VT you can create 3 for free

1:26:08 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

which one would it be>

1:26:13 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

true, Jen.

1:26:14 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

some of the tools have premium versions with additional features that you pay for but the free versions work fine

1:26:19 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://webheads.info

1:26:19 – AidenY [Taiwan]

yaaay! Webheads rule!

1:26:20 – Lucia Bodeman [Recife, Brazil ]

awesome, will do, Carla 🙂 thx

1:26:26 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

When you say “off line ” use you mean NO connection at all?

1:26:27 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

show us just one 🙂

1:26:39 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

So many links here, are they all collected somewhere, I may not be able to go back to this page and see them at a later date.Thanks

1:27:07 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

they will be available Maria at http://www.smore.com/27ca-practical-ideas-for-your-next-class

1:27:26 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

I’ll add them there, Maria.

1:27:34 – Maria Naito [Mito Japan]

Thanks very much

1:27:36 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

tks, I was wondering about the great links too.

1:27:56 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Carla introducing “Smore” – one more here (lol)

1:28:04 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Thank you – Great job!

1:28:15 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

so many great tools to support literacy 🙂

1:29:31 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

Jennifer, the Cambridge apps that you were talking about, are they different apps? I´e typed ¨ambridge apps¨on the app store and got a bunch of stuff.

1:29:43 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Welcome Valeria

1:29:48 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Welcome Valéia!!!

1:29:53 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Yay, Valéia!

1:29:57 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

hmm interesting topic!

1:29:59 – Session Leader 1 #5

Justine that is the link. You´e got several tools.

1:30:00 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Welcome, Valéia! 🙂 🙂 🙂

1:30:04 – AidenY [Taiwan]

oi- my interest really 🙂

1:30:06 – Session Leader 1 #5

Welcome Valeria 🙂

1:30:14 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

ah.. thanks

1:30:15 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Welcome Valéia! 🙂

1:30:17 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

and like Jennifer said, we have to use creativity to find solutions, either with wifi or no wifi, many ipads or just 1 ipad, various smartphones or only one, there’s always a way to work with technology and our sts

1:30:21 – AidenY [Taiwan]

yes

1:30:22 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes

1:30:24 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

yes

1:30:25 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

yeap

1:30:26 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

yeah

1:30:26 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

ok

1:30:26 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Welcome Valéia

1:30:27 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

yep

1:30:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

I can hear you and a phone

1:30:29 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

yes

1:30:30 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

yes

1:30:34 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

yep

1:30:34 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

me too

1:30:34 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

little soft –that’s much better now 🙂

1:30:34 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

and your phone!

1:30:34 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

yes we can hear you =)

1:30:41 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Yes!

1:30:42 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Hi Valéia ❤

1:30:47 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Hi Valéia!

1:30:48 – AidenY [Taiwan]

🙂

1:30:50 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

bye kitten

1:30:50 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

just deleted it, Valeria

1:30:51 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

magical kitten

1:30:55 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Godd to meet you again! 😉

1:31:00 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

oops no audio

1:31:01 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

oops, voice gone

1:31:03 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

tell them you are in an International Conference

1:31:04 – AidenY [Taiwan]

lost her

1:31:04 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

gone

1:31:04 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

no sound

1:31:08 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

vocie gone 😦

1:31:09 – Effie P [ATHENS]

😦

1:31:10 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

yeah, no sound

1:31:11 – Miguel [Venezuela] 1

🙂

1:31:11 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

oops…valeria. no audio

1:31:11 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

no sound for me

1:31:12 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

no sound here either

1:31:12 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

voice

1:31:20 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

oooopppps voice fails 😦

1:31:20 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

NO SOUND!

1:31:21 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

ok

1:31:23 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Sound’s gone!

1:31:25 – Jens Olsen [Denmark]

ok

1:31:26 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

ok

1:31:29 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

right

1:31:30 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

ok

1:31:31 – Verôica Pláido [Brasíia]

ok

1:31:48 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Valéia, your voice is gone!

1:32:08 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

maybe her connection failed for a minute

1:32:20 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

where ru?

1:32:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

she’s not on.

1:32:33 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Just a secont guys

1:32:41 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

she’ll be right back-she’s trying to make a connection

1:33:07 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

yes

1:33:12 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

ok, no prob

1:33:18 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

ok. We’re here

1:33:21 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

no problem

1:33:22 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

grab a cup of coffee

1:33:30 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Hey Vania

1:33:32 – Virginia [Jatai]

hi Edmilson…

1:33:34 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

🙂

1:33:42 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

yep

1:33:44 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Hi, Virginia!

1:33:54 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

hi virginia

1:34:02 – Virginia [Jatai]

I have heard good things about you from my boss Vvisne

1:34:06 – Virginia [Jatai]

Viviane

1:34:17 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

really?

1:34:28 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

she’s a very sweat person!

1:34:34 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

sweet

1:34:37 – Virginia [Jatai]

yeah, what´ the anme of your school

1:34:37 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

1:34:37 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

ok

1:34:40 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

ok

1:34:46 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Ok

1:34:49 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

ok

1:34:55 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Indeed it’s worth waiting!

1:34:57 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

meanwhile we can start networking

1:35:02 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

Carla, where shall we get the recording?

1:35:05 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Let’s all be patient, OK?

1:35:12 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I`m adding lots of people here to my twitter account

1:35:13 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

great suggestion @Vinicius 🙂

1:35:19 – Virginia [Jatai]

it´ BA, right…

1:35:20 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

she is back

1:35:21 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

share your twitter ID here 🙂

1:35:22 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

sure, we know this can happen.

1:35:22 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

she is back!

1:35:23 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

@viniciuslemos

1:35:25 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

yes

1:35:26 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

hello

1:35:26 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

yes!

1:35:27 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Yes!

1:35:28 – AidenY [Taiwan]

yes

1:35:28 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

perfect!

1:35:28 – Victor Hugo [Lima, Peru]

I’ll watch the recording version. Thanks for the invitations. Congrats to presenters and organizers!

1:35:29 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

yes

1:35:30 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes I can

1:35:30 – Session Leader 1 #5

@jenverschoor

1:35:31 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

Hello! 🙂

1:35:32 – Virginia [Jatai]

OK

1:35:32 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

yeahhh, she’s back!

1:35:33 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

no problem

1:35:34 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

@feedtheteacher

1:35:34 – Ana Maria Menezes [Uberlandia]

yeah, so, as I got here late, hi to Mácia, Edmilson, Patricia

1:35:35 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

ok

1:35:36 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

@pgeorge

1:35:39 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

🙂

1:35:40 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

glad to have you here

1:35:43 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Welcome back

1:35:55 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

she is back

1:36:08 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

never

1:36:10 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

I`ve never used them in class =(

1:36:12 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Once

1:36:22 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

children

1:36:23 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

teenagers

1:36:23 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

different levels

1:36:24 – AidenY [Taiwan]

a specific group

1:36:26 – Effie P [ATHENS]

both

1:36:27 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Me!I’ve used more with young adults and adults

1:36:27 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

she’s back!

1:36:28 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Adults

1:36:30 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

different levels

1:36:30 – AidenY [Taiwan]

college students

1:36:31 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

I use it with teens & adults at college

1:36:31 – Arjana Blazic [Zagreb, Croatia]

high school

1:36:35 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

variety

1:36:36 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

teachers 🙂

1:36:37 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

teen

1:36:40 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

There are good presentations on K12 online on just this topic, language learning thru art

1:36:41 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Different levels

1:36:51 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

art with teens and children

1:36:52 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

with postgradiuate courses, too

1:37:28 – David [Goiania]

if you consider song lyrics to be poetry we use poetry more than we realise

1:37:41 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

good point David

1:37:45 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Of course they are poetry! But sometimes not very good poetry…

1:37:47 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

sure! for me lyrics are poetry, too!

1:38:26 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

well, this happens with authentic material. You have to select mat.

1:38:31 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Certainly.

1:38:42 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Agreed , Stella!

1:38:43 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Someone said don’t choose something you really love because students will ruin it for you haha

1:38:50 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

I use chats with jazz sometimes

1:40:13 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

suitability is essential!

1:40:38 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

maybe a good point about using art in class is that it allows several interpretations ,not only one type of answer

1:40:56 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Yes, the same is true of literature. There is no one right answer.

1:41:33 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Reading aloud allows us to work on pronunciation, stress, and intonation

1:41:37 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

this makes it trully communicative!

1:41:40 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

love the kind of language play that comes through poetry–don’t have to use complete sentences 🙂

1:42:32 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

engaging emotions makes learning much more memorable and long-lasting!

1:43:03 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

I can really see students enjoying this!

1:43:10 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

There is a theorist who strongly made me believe in the power of performance (of both students and teachers) when dealing with poetry, his name is Paul Zumthor

1:43:14 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Yes, like appreciating jokes (beginners usually don’t)

1:43:16 – Miguel [Venezuela] 1

Jeremy Harmer gave a nice example on using poetry for drilling exercises. (Drilling equals repetition equals practice?)

1:43:19 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Inspiring

1:43:30 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

inspiring

1:43:45 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

same thoughts, Wallace

1:43:54 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

:0)

1:44:15 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Great!

1:44:19 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

thanks!

1:44:21 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

thank you!

1:44:22 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Thanks a lot, Valéia!

1:44:25 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

tks Valéia. 🙂

1:44:28 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

that’s great

1:44:28 – Effie P [ATHENS]

:0 thanks

1:44:29 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Great!

1:44:35 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

LOvely! 🙂

1:44:51 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes, imperative pace…

1:45:25 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

lots of food for thought in that poem!!!

1:45:28 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

fantastic!

1:45:43 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

lol

1:45:44 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Lovely!

1:45:54 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

true

1:45:55 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Nice!

1:46:01 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

and they can relate to it immediately

1:46:02 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

sts can create more parts for these poemes

1:46:02 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

could substitute lots of roles into that poem 🙂

1:46:04 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

nice for teens and adults

1:46:15 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

That’s right, Viníius!

1:46:19 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

it touches them emotionally.

1:46:21 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Good idea!

1:46:25 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

how they feel.

1:46:30 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Wallace =)

1:46:37 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I hope the teacher doesn’t actually say “shut up!”

1:46:57 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

unfortunately, Nina, some do…

1:47:03 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

reminds me of a song : The mom’s song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nem0bkErGVY

1:47:05 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I guess that could be a teaching moment.

1:47:07 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Nina a lot of teachers do.

1:47:11 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

me too Nina–but we know teachers are often trying to quiet the students

1:47:13 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Shame on them

1:47:24 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

really shame on them…

1:47:36 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I stop the class if someone is not following it and wait.

1:48:17 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

beautiful

1:48:17 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

oh, neat

1:48:17 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I really like the ending

1:48:31 – AidenY [Taiwan]

good poem- thanks for sharing

1:48:32 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

lol

1:48:35 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Beautiful!

1:48:41 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

We can also weave this to mLearning, what do you say, Viníius?

1:48:53 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

So cute!

1:48:54 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

And it shows how we prefer to ask over telling (at least when we are being polite)

1:48:55 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

nice!

1:49:37 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Valeria, what age group(s) do you work with?

1:49:42 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

nice

1:50:13 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Valeria trains teachers nowadays, Nina, all over Brazil.

1:50:15 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

I love MICHAEL ROSEN!!

1:50:44 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

:0)

1:50:49 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Thx Carla

1:50:58 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

never had the opportunity to see poems in this way, this sound nice.

1:51:04 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

naughty cat I like

1:51:10 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Yes, good point: teachers need to like the poem

1:51:26 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Enthusiasm permeates the entire reading and lesson

1:51:32 – Virginia [Jatai]

yeah

1:51:58 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

It’s the same with Jazz Chants (Carolyn Graham)–if the teacher is not totally on board, the students won’t be either.

1:52:04 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

clever!

1:52:19 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Many ideas are popping in my brain now!

1:52:48 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

And punctuation as well.

1:53:42 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Indeed, Wallace.

1:53:43 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

learning about many new children’s poets! awesome!

1:53:57 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

cute

1:54:01 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Valeria is all about young learners, Peggy!

1:54:04 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

🙂

1:54:23 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

She sure is, Carla.

1:54:30 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

:0)

1:54:35 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Nice ideas.

1:54:40 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Lovely… if we feel they are getting inspired, in the end can we lead them into creative writing?

1:54:41 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

I couldn’t agree more with you, Carla.

1:55:05 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

there is a great online tool that simulates refrigerator magnets– http://www.piclits.com Create poetry with images using drag and drop or free writing.

1:55:06 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes, Nina. that would be great.

1:55:06 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

We should have sessions like these on a weekly basis.

1:55:22 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

group creative writing

1:55:30 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

Wallace , definitely!

1:55:36 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

neat

1:55:38 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

definitely going to try this 🙂

1:55:44 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

They enrich our lessons so much.

1:55:48 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

yea

1:56:09 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

they do, Wallace –

1:56:11 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

I’ll use it with my teens, “forever beginners” at school, ha, ha

1:56:21 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

As they say “sharing is caring”

1:56:23 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

we will notice if they are motivated because they start producing orally their bits of sentences, sounds…

1:56:39 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes, it coould be creative writing asking Ss to write poems form ONe word for ex, starting with the first letter of the worrd and so on. Ex Write  a poem starting with each letter of the word ELEPHANT.  I tried it and it worked very well!

1:56:44 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

that’s right

1:56:54 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

http://poetryarchive.org/poetryarchive/home.do

1:56:55 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Creative writing it is!

1:57:24 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

ramshackle

1:57:25 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

treehouse

1:57:27 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

creepy

1:57:28 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

crumling

1:57:31 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

cottage

1:57:32 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

antique

1:57:34 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

crumbling

1:57:36 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

dilapitated

1:57:36 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

rustic

1:57:36 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

grandma

1:57:40 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

antique

1:57:41 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

traditional

1:57:42 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

eggs

1:57:45 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

pottery

1:57:47 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

poverty

1:57:50 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

misterious

1:57:56 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

oldway

1:58:10 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

creepy

1:58:51 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

interesting activity to do with images like that is to zoom in on a single part of the photo and you see things very differently–makes you much more observant

1:59:22 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

LOVELY IDEAS! Cool, peggy!

1:59:37 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

crooked lines? twisted lines?

1:59:40 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

straight

1:59:45 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

straight

1:59:50 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

parallel

1:59:51 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

straight

1:59:51 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

right

1:59:52 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

clean

1:59:52 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

symetrical

1:59:52 – Alan Miesch [Numazu, Japan]

flat

1:59:53 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

telephone

1:59:57 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

virtical

1:59:58 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

invisible lines 🙂

2:00:02 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I’ve been trying to use more visual material to stimulate language use and I did that with musicclips

2:00:08 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

🙂

2:00:15 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Me too 🙂

2:00:17 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

straight

2:00:41 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

great technique!!

2:00:49 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

cool!

2:00:52 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Nice!

2:01:00 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

🙂 🙂

2:01:13 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I need to read more poems. Nice!

2:01:19 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

cool

2:01:19 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

wonderful collocations work

2:01:37 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

bravo!

2:01:39 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

i’ll use it with my college students!

2:01:40 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Eye-opening!

2:01:42 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

fantastic idea

2:01:45 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Do lyrics count as poetry? Someone mentioned that earlier.

2:01:49 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

love the idea of “thin walls of faith”

2:02:12 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

the end is really powerful

2:02:24 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

awesome, isn’t it Carla?

2:02:27 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I like the idea of squeezing a living space…. I had imagined “created” but that’s prosaic

2:03:46 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

Literature with a small “l” by John McRae>>>he says lyrics IS litearture & much more. I RECOMMEND THIS book, though not very new

2:03:47 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

yes yes yes I COULDN’T AGREE MORE.

2:04:04 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Yes! And nowadays our SS are much more aware about pintings and artists than before. Schools teach arts nowadays.

2:04:05 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

New is not always better.

2:04:19 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

I totally agree , Valéia!

2:04:21 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

ha, ha. You’re right Nina.

2:04:29 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

🙂

2:04:33 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

:0)

2:04:35 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Just watched an amazing video in the k12 conference about art

2:04:40 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I have to go. tks for the great webinar. I’ll watch later the recording.

2:04:47 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

link yo video?

2:05:02 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Can you share this video Carla?

2:05:05 – Miguel [Venezuela] 1

“Bringing art to the classroom”…Love that Valeria

2:05:08 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

What is the title, Peggy? Changing Mud into art…something like this

2:05:19 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

It’s surely part of NEW LITERACIES (also connected to previous 2 webinars)

2:05:22 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

I love arts, I painted and drew for quite few years. I am so interested in this.

2:05:35 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Aboslutely agree!

2:05:37 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

How I can bring my passion for arts into the classroom. 🙂

2:05:38 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

it makes art available, plausible and palpable.

2:05:46 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Peggy might get us the link. Amazing activities an art teacher has been doing with art and tech

2:06:13 – Rose Bard [SC – Brazil]

Bye you all. 🙂

2:06:18 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

sugar

2:06:20 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

bye

2:06:21 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Makes me even hungrier :0)

2:06:23 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

bye, Rose. thanks for being here

2:07:10 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

realia would be quite fun, a bit messy but fun

2:07:46 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

one second-I’ll get it 🙂

2:07:52 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

peanut butter and jam sandwiches in class?!

2:08:35 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Thanks, Peggy! Every educator should watch this video to be inspired

2:08:36 – Effie P [ATHENS]

connection problems

2:08:49 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

wow what a imae

2:08:59 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

I love the spaghetti pic

2:09:04 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

me 2

2:09:20 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Interesting

2:09:39 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Links to all of the K12 Online Conference recordings are here: http://k12onlineconference.org/?page_id=1091

2:10:01 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

You can’t miss that, guys! tons of inspiring presentations!

2:10:13 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

Teaching Art in a Technology Rich Environment: http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=1094

2:10:18 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Thanks, Peggy! Peggy is one of the organizers of the k12 conference

2:10:36 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

it starts in 45 min, plenty of time to clear the room 🙂

2:10:53 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Uau! Great idea! Lovely!

2:10:56 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

How Technology Helped me Paint with Mud http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=1105

2:11:03 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

great idea to link with the previous slides!!

2:11:17 – Marcia Lima [Goiania, Brazil]

Thanks, Peggy! 🙂

2:11:20 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

Yes, Peggy, that’s it!

2:11:27 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

everybody should watch it

2:11:40 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

storytelling

2:11:42 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

I agree!

2:11:50 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Great! Creative writing!

2:12:01 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

Let’s watch together

2:12:09 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

we can work with his collages as inspiration too

2:12:13 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

great for storytelling

2:12:18 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

I ilke the idea of story telling

2:12:25 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

In a writer’s workshop, this would work perfectly!

2:12:27 – AidenY [Taiwan]

voicethread

2:12:31 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://voxopop.com

2:12:33 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

yes!!

2:12:38 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

and http://voicethread.com

2:12:52 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

2:13:24 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

I have been looking for such idea

2:14:22 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

What form do they bring the paintings in? (Do they take photos of paintings at home?)

2:14:33 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

true, Valeria.

2:15:06 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

a pity…

2:15:21 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

I second that, Carla!

2:15:27 – AidenY [Taiwan]

🙂

2:16:04 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

http://poetryarchive.org/childrensarchive/home.do

2:16:22 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Lol, love it =)

2:16:28 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

=)

2:16:31 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

lol

2:16:34 – AidenY [Taiwan]

lol

2:16:35 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

LOL

2:16:36 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

hahahahaha

2:16:36 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Great!!!

2:16:39 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Beautiful!

2:16:40 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

fantastic!

2:16:40 – David [Goiania]

great

2:16:42 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

thank you Valéia

2:16:42 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Thank you!!!

2:16:43 – Effie P [ATHENS]

thanks alot

2:16:43 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

Fabulous!

2:16:44 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

THANK YOU VALERIA!

2:16:44 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Thank you!

2:16:44 – Miguel [Venezuela] 1

Great valeria!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2:16:44 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

Thank you

2:16:44 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Very nice!

2:16:45 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

LOL

2:16:46 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

ANOTHER BIG CLAP, CPAL!!!!!!!!!!!!

2:16:46 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Thanks

2:16:48 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

lovely

2:16:48 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Yay! Clap, clap

2:16:49 – Cecilia Alvarez [Montevideo]

Thanks!!!

2:16:50 – Mila Navarro [Goiania]

thank you

2:16:50 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

fantastic! so motivating!!! 🙂

2:16:52 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Fantastic

2:16:52 – Effie P [ATHENS]

interesting

2:16:55 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

thanks 🙂

2:16:56 – Session Leader 1 #5

Lovely and thank you very much!!!

2:16:56 – GiselleSantos [Rio de Janeiro]

Thabk  you!

2:16:59 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Creative ideas, thank you

2:16:59 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

terrific teaching ideas!!!

2:17:00 – Nadya Obraztsova [Bellevue]

very inspiring

2:17:01 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Thank you all for being here! Special thanks to our wonderful presenters and vance.

2:17:05 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Lovely session

2:17:06 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

I enjoyed the choice of examples

2:17:06 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Extremely inspiring!

2:17:13 – Vinicius Lemos [Brasilia]

thanks!!

2:17:16 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

thanks for wonderful idea and love

2:17:18 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Great session!

2:17:31 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Look forward to using this ideas in my classroom!

2:17:36 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

What an inspiring way to end a Sunday morning!

2:17:38 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

THese*

2:17:43 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Clap clap clap!!!

2:17:47 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Wonderful ideas  to generate memorable lessons!

2:18:00 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

I’m looking forward to using these ideas in my classroom, Valéia. Thank you so much!

2:18:26 – AidenY [Taiwan]

‘don’t ask me!’ – I think I should learn to say that to my students 🙂

2:18:28 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

sorry

2:18:32 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

Carla, you said the sessin was to be recorded. Where can it be found?

2:18:33 – Effie P [ATHENS]

Wow…enjoyed every bit of it. Really interesting and useful

2:18:35 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

I was kicked out!

2:18:38 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

now back

2:18:43 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

many teachers say “ask 3 before me” 🙂

2:18:55 – AidenY [Taiwan]

lol Peggy

2:18:58 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

i love brazil

2:19:03 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

And marcia Lima and Edmilson

2:19:09 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

Thanks for inviting the world to join you 🙂

2:19:17 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

🙂

2:19:20 – AidenY [Taiwan]

well done! I enjoyed all the sessions 🙂

2:19:35 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

http://www.smore.com/27ca-practical-ideas-for-your-next-class

2:19:41 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

so happy I could participate in these sessions! every one of them was outstanding!!! looking forward to exploring the links once they are posted!!!

2:19:44 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

Just THANKS for this Webinar! Nice ideas.

2:19:58 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Thanks for making this dream possible, Vance!

2:19:59 – Session Leader 1 #5

Thank you for this amazing conference. I was thrilled to be part of it and giving a presentation. Jennifer

2:20:02 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Great 🙂 Thank you very much!

2:20:05 – AidenY [Taiwan]

bed time for me!

2:20:10 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Thank you so much for such a unique event! I have profited I lot from it! Looking forward to the next one.

2:20:11 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Thank you, Carla and all. Great job, as always.

2:20:17 – Beyza Yilmaz [ISTANBUL]

Thank you 🙂

2:20:17 – Effie P [ATHENS]

me back to correcting…:)

2:20:18 – Emi Rowan [Osaka]

good night

2:20:18 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

I’m finally waking up 🙂 started at 5:00am in Phoenix and it’s not 7:20am

2:20:18 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Thanks a zillion, Barbara, Jennifer & Valéia

2:20:20 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

🙂 🙂 🙂

2:20:27 – Marcia Lima [Brazil]

Thanks all for being here!

2:20:27 – AidenY [Taiwan]

ok

2:20:30 – Edmilson Chagas [Goiania, Brazil]

Thank you, Carla!

2:20:30 – AidenY [Taiwan]

bye guys

2:20:32 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Thank you!

2:20:32 – Nina Ridd [Brasilia]

Have you all a great lunch/evening/dream =)

2:20:34 – Session Leader 1 #5

Thank you for joining us today 🙂

2:20:34 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Thank you!

2:20:34 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

now 7:20am…. fingers aren’t awake yet I guess

2:20:39 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

Have a great day!

2:20:40 – Marisa Constantinides [Athens – Greece]

bye everyone and thank you for some great presentations

2:20:42 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

🙂

2:20:44 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

thank you Carla and all of the presenters!

2:20:44 – Gilmar Mattos [Franca-SP-Brazil]

Bye all – see you guys around @GilMattos

2:20:44 – Mariana Emma [Corodba]

Bye

2:20:44 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Thanks to the presenters, Carla, and Vance

2:20:54 – Miguel [Venezuela] 1

Bye everyone…great session!

2:20:56 – Nina Liakos [near Washington DC]

Breakfast time here, Have a good day/night!

2:21:02 – Session Leader 1 #5

Thank you webheads :-))

2:21:04 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Sound is gone! THanks you very much1 My pleasure to be hre with you guys!

2:21:10 – Justine Arena [Brasilia]

lost you, Carla

2:21:18 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

I mean THank you 🙂

2:21:23 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

lunchtime!

2:21:23 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

and huge thanks to Vance for making all of this possible and communicating about it!!! really looking forward to the next session about the K12 Online Conference–about 35 minutes

2:21:39 – Vâia Rodrigues [Brasíia] #2

no sound

2:21:40 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

Sound dropped

2:21:41 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

come back to this same room in about 30 minutes 🙂 we’d love to have you!

2:21:45 – Wallace Barboza [Gama – DF, Brazil]

No sound at all

2:21:47 – Barbara Sakamoto [Japan]

could you type the information?

2:21:47 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

Sound is gone Carla! Talk again about a session or something you started to say …

2:21:50 – Vance Stevens [Abu Dhabi]

yeah for me too

2:22:00 – Carla Arena [Brasilia]

yes, another great session!

2:22:06 – Marcia Lima [Goiania, Brazil]

We’ll be here, Peggy!

2:22:08 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

http://learning2gether.pbworks.com/w/page/32206114/volunteersneeded#2Learning2getherfromtheK12OnlineConference

2:22:17 – Roseli Serra [Recife]

When? WE couldn’t hear you!

2:22:17 – Stella Maris Saubidet [Longchamps. Argentins]

could you type, pls? the sound goes on & off

2:22:18 – Peggy George [Phoenix AZ]

thank you!!! 🙂

2:22:25 – viviane maciel [AB Language School]

Viviane Maciel Jatai awesome!!

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