Vance Stevens presents a Convergence of Minecraft and Techno-CLIL

Learning2gether Episode 315


Download mp3:
https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/vance-stevens-presents-on-minecraft-and-gamification-for-the-clil-evo-mooc-cfnstwye1zy.mp3?

On Wed Feb 3 Vance Stevens presented on EVO Minecraft MOOC for participants at the Techno-CLIL EVO MOOC. The talk was titled Vance Stevens on Minecraft and FLT and CLILfor the WizIQ announcement, but Vance called it

A Convergence of Minecraft and Techno-CLIL

Recordings:

This presentation is about a correspondence between two EVO (Electronic Village Online) sessions:

  1. the EVO Minecraft MOOC (EVOMC16) and
  2. Techno-CLIL (content and language integrated) approach to language development

This was the abstract

There is much evidence that Minecraft can enhance language development; for example, the cases discussed in in an article by co-moderators of the EVOMC16 session (Smolčec & Smolčec, 2014). This presentation will suggest to educators interested in adopting the CLIL approach how they might consider Minecraft as a representation of content, and see how language development might derive from interaction in a gamified environment based on that content.

The EVOMC16 session provides an opportunity for educators to understand how this might work for them by having them explore gamification through the experience of being in a game that that looks like Minecraft, but is in fact a place where they can meet other educators learning how their students can benefit from gamified environments. These educators learn through following a model whereby they go to a Google+ community and figure out from there what they have to do to play the game. Eventually they end up in Minecraft in creative mode, and then graduate to coping with survival, as they come to see, by cooperating with other players in the more challenging game environment.  The ‘aha’ moment occurs when the players succeed and realize that if what they were trying to teach were placed in such a context, it would not only become more engaging to the learners, but their students would be taking their own learning into their own hands. This can create a powerful learning environment, and educators need to experience it for themselves in order to understand it.

So, we are all learning about gamification here. It’s not so much about Minecraft. Minecraft is the little g game (Gee, 2008), the enabler of our emerging knowledge of gamification. When you enter survival mode you’ll find that you are assisted by others in world. With their help you stay alive and learn. So gamification turns out to be learning through teamwork and mutual support and meeting challenges and achieving your goal, whatever it is. In this game you set your own goals. By achieving your goals in the game light bulbs go off in your head and light your way to some realization of how what you are learning in Minecraft might work to meet your real world challenges.

References

Gee, J.P. (2008) “Learning and games.” The ecology of games: Connecting youth, games, and learning. Edited by Katie Salen. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. (pp. 21-40). Available: http://ase.tufts.edu/DevTech/courses/readings/Gee_Learning_and_Games_2008.pdf

Smolčec, M & Smolčec, F. (2014). Using Minecraft for Learning English. TESL-EJ 18, 2 (1-15). Available http://tesl-ej.org/pdf/ej70/int.pdf. Includes an editorial introduction by Vance Stevens.

The talk followed along the lines of this blog post
http://advanceducation.blogspot.ae/2016/01/week-3-playing-big-g-game-of-evo.html

Google+ event
https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/c6flemojt2c16l4tcufb7j31r04

Announcements

Earlier this week

Sun Jan 31 1400 UTC Thorsten Groß’s students conduct tour of Ricarda-Huch-Schule for EVO Minecraft MOOC

https://learning2gether.net/2016/01/31/thorsten-gross-students-conduct-tour-of-ricarda-huch-schule-for-evo-minecraft-mooc/

 

Sun Jan 31 1500 UTC Vance Stevens presents Learning2gether Episode 314 with blogs and wikis for EVO session ICT4ELT

https://learning2gether.net/2016/01/31/learning2gether-with-blogs-and-wikis-for-evo-session-ict4el/

 

Learning2gether with blogs and wikis for EVO session ICT4EL

Learning2gether Episode 314


Download mp3:
https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/2016jan31ict4elt-64k.mp3?

On Sunday, Jan 31, Vance Stevens was invited to give a presentation for the ICT4ELT EVO session. As they were focusing on contrasting blog and wiki tools that week, the talk was about how Vance sets up and manages Learning2gether using the wiki here,

The discussion was about how blogs and wikis are used in conjunction with one another to sustain Learning2gether all these years, so it was basically about the affordances of each that allow them to work in tandem.

Here are the associated links:

Recordings

Slides used in this presentation:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/17CT7PIUWTc47weBOCEcycFIkzQfhF21zBr3mJcjDsBw/edit?usp=sharing

Join the conversation at two places:

For all the information about the Session visit Live Session site on the Wiki
http://ict4elt2016.pbworks.com/w/page/97638446/Livesession

And for my presentation:
http://ict4elt2016.pbworks.com/w/page/104670547/Vance_Stevens

The session was held in Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate)
http://webheads.learningtimesevents.org/

Thanks to an ongoing grant from http://www.learningtimes.com/

Participants were told to make sure they had Blackboard Launcher installed and
“you can also check this great Tutorial created by Vance https://youtu.be/-Zol7rZb9uo

 

 

And my badge, https://credly.com/credit/c3b85187e

Announcements

Earlier this week

Sun Jan 24 1900 UTC Learning2gether Episode 312 with Bron Stuckey and EVOMC16

https://learning2gether.net/2016/01/24/bron-stuckey-and-evo-minecraft-mooc-projects-and-challenges-designing-and-building/

 

Fri Jan 29 1400 GMT Dr Robert Diatalevi on the Internet and Copyright Laws

An EVO session on Educators and Copyright announce:

Dr. Robert Diotalevi, lawyer, university law professor, and author of An Education in ©opyright Law: A Primer for Cyberspace (highly encouraged pre-reading) will be joining us in a Google Hangout on Friday, January 29th from 9 AM to 10 AM EST . There, we will watch his presentation on the latest information regarding the Internet and copyright laws and how they affect educators followed by a Q&A session.

https://plus.google.com/u/2/events/cfhla5ef1r61esg7tb9okr98mm4 

 

Sat Jan 30 0800-1000 AM PST Microsoft’s Hack the Classroom

 

According to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/education/events/hack-the-classroom/default.aspx?__f87fa416=_f87fa416

Are you looking to be more innovative? Creative? Disruptive? Microsoft’s Hack the Classroom is a free digital event for educators and school leaders designed to give educators insight into the latest trends in education. Come learn from education thought leaders, innovative classroom educators, and students who are changing education by empowering their peers and students to navigate their own learning and teaching practices.

We’re bringing disrupters in education to you to spark a two-way dialogue; hear their story and ask them questions through live Q&A! Bring your questions, connect with peers, and empower your students. Take a step towards transforming your classroom and join us to hear about successful teaching practices that have disrupted the education space to improve student outcomes.

 

Sat Jan 30 from 9 Am to 9 Pm EST Student Technology Conference

The second annual Student Technology Conference, a free one-day online event bringing together students, educators and innovators from around the world, will be held Saturday, January 30, 2016 from 9 Am to 9 Pm EST. We invite all to attend!

The Student Technology Conference provides an international forum for the presentation, discussion and sharing of educational technology in schools and other academic settings. This conference, by students in grades 6-12 as well as colleges and universities and for all, is committed to:

  • Fostering a better understanding of how students use technology in education and to engage students, teachers and administrators in a conversation about technology.
  • Assisting teachers and administrators in understanding how students use technology both in and out of the classroom.
  • Strengthening the relationship between students, teachers and administrators about technology in the curriculum.

Last year’s conference featured more than twenty general sessions and four keynote addresses from all over the world with over 500 participants!

If you haven’t joined us before, this is an amazing, engaging, collaborative, worldwide event that you will want to be a part of. You can join us for just for one session, or for every session! Even if you miss a session, they are all recorded so you can watch them later!


Attending: You can join us anywhere you have an Internet connection, and theschedule of sessions is published in each of the time zones in the world. Just find your time zone, find the sessions taking place, and click right into the ones you want to join. You can also import the entire calendar (Google) into your own calendar, or add selected sessions to your personal calendar to be sure that you don’t miss them.

Presenting: For those interested in presenting (and we encourage teachers and students around the world to do so, even if for the first time), the call for proposals is now open! The final date to submit a proposal is Saturday, January 23, 2016. Click HERE for more information and to submit your proposal.

Volunteering: One of the best parts of this conference is the incredible volunteer effort to help new (and sometimes seasoned!) presenters. Volunteers gather throughout the whole conference in a special virtual lounge and work to make sure that presenters and attendees are given help whenever they need it. Our volunteers are an elite group of global helpers–come find out why they say being a volunteer moderator is the most fun you can have at the conference. More HERE.

The Community: A significant bonus to attending the Student Technology Conference is joining the conference community of students and educators from around the world.

Great Keynotes: Who better to keynote the Student Technology Conference than students. We have a great set of keynote speakers this year, including the Young Hackers of New York City and Coco Kaleel from veryhappyrobot.com. More keynotes will be announced after the holidays!

Sponsors: We’ve got a devoted and most-appreciated set of sponsors who make this conference possible (and keep it free!). Our special thanks to Marymounyt School of New York, University School of Milwaukee, Westhampton Middle School, Lauriston Girls’ School and others who support our conference. And there’s still time to join this illustrious group and help support our event! Email steve@hargadon.com.

Help Promote the Conference: We can really use your help to share the conference with your colleagues, associates, friends, family (!), and the world.. Show your pride with a presenter, volunteer, sponsor, partner, or advisory board member badge.

Send a Tweet: “#stutechconf2016 is coming! Submit to present or register to attend, all free, all online, 6th year of this great event http://www.studenttechnologyconference.com

We sure hope you will join us! See you online,

Ana Sophia, Gaby, Eunice, Anne, and Sydney
Conference Co-Coordinators (we’re all students)
2016 Student Technology Conference

Visit Classroom 2.0 at: http://www.classroom20.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

 

Earlier today

Sun Jan 31 1400 UTC Thorsten Groß’s students conduct tour of Ricarda-Huch-Schule for EVO Minecraft MOOC

https://learning2gether.net/2016/01/31/thorsten-gross-students-conduct-tour-of-ricarda-huch-schule-for-evo-minecraft-mooc/

Learning2gether with Lucy Gray and Peggy George about Global Collaboration Day

Learning2gether Episode 291


Download mp3: https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/learning2gether-with-lucy-gray-on-global-collaboration-day-oljizejva5w.mp3?

On Sunday September 13 1300 UTC Learning2gether met with Lucy Gray and Peggy George to learn about Global Collaboration Day coming up on Sept 17 http://www.globalcollaborationday.org/about.html, a first annual demonstration of global collaboration for educators, encouraging students, teachers, organizations and companies to host virtual events involving technology on September 17, 2015.

The primary goal of this whole-day event is to demonstrate the power of global connectivity in classrooms, schools, universities, and institutions of informal learning and around the world. Global Collaboration Day will introduce others to the tools, resources, projects and programs that are available to educators today. Tag: 

Follow up mail to GEC Community Members –

Steve Hargadon and I are tremendously pleased with the participation for Global Collaboration Day on September 17th. Approximately 325 schools and organizations and 36 outreach partners from 51 different countries participated in 149 collaborative online events. Many projects were categorized as requiring asynchronous participation, so you may find a few are still running. Save September 15, 2016, as the official date for our next GCD!

In Hangout on Air streamed on http://webheadsinaction.org/live

Archived here: http://webheadsinaction.org/learning2gether-lucy-gray-and-peggy-george-about-global-collaboration-day

How this worked at showtime Sept 13, 2015

  • You can listen to the stream in the video embedded above while chatting with us in real-time in the Chatwing embed below
  • or you can
  • If there is space available (up to 10 people) you are welcome to join us in the Hangout on Air
    • It is a public hangout in the profile of Vance Stevens on Google+
    • Join the conversation and catch the stream on the Google+ event page:
      https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/ce6930chgeoc1cqkqeccicat25c
    • You can join us in HoA via its direct link posted here at show time
      and posted to Twitter hash tag #learning2gether
    • If the Hangout is full, listen to the stream and interact with us in the text chat
      • You can let us know if you want to join the Hangout
      • We will let you know via the stream when space comes available
      • When you enter the Hangout
        • Wear a HEADSET to avoid broadcasting speaker sound back into the Hangout
        • Switch OFF the stream as it is on a delay and will create an echo for you
        • Please MUTE YOUR MIC when not actually speaking into it during the HoA

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We would like invite you to join Global Collaboration Day, our first annual demonstration of global collaboration for educators. We are encouraging students, teachers, organizations and companies to host virtual events involving technology on September 17, 2015. (And since September 17 takes nearly 48 hours to start and finish across the globe, check out the calendar in your own time zone for all the activities!)

The primary goal of this whole day event is to demonstrate the power of global connectivity in classrooms, schools, universities, and institutions of informal learning and around the world. Global Collaboration Day will introduce others to the tools, resources, projects and programs that are available to educators today. We currently have over 130 schools and organizations representing about 29 different countries; 25 outreach partners have also committed to joining this worldwide event. Approximately 52 events are listed on our site and this list is growing by the day. There is no cost to participate at any level.

Here is how people and organizations can participate:

Examples of events that are currently scheduled include a Twitter chat on global learning, an asynchronous Twitter poll on chocolate, a survey on sunlight around the world, and a class live streaming using Periscope. Many organizations are hosting webinars and other activities to introduce educators to tools, resources and programs that will help them connect their classroom to the world. We recommend that activities be simple in scope and have low barriers to entry in order to attract participants. Ideas are listed on our host page. Events can be geared towards any audience including students, teachers, parents, and organization leaders.

Our current partner list includes TES, Edmodo, Remind, AFS-USA, iEARN-USA, the Global Campaign for Education – US Chapter, SMART, VIF International Education, and Edutopia. (We would love to add your organization to this list as well.)For further information, please take a look at our website and press release. Also, check out this recent article on us from eSchool News and Lucy’s Edutopia blog post.

Thanks and we hope to hear from you regarding this special day!

Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon

Here is Chatwing chat for this event, copied, pasted below

Good morning from Phoenix AZ 🙂
2 days ago
I’m here!
2 days ago
Hi GlobalEdCon 🙂 Assuming that’s you Lucy 🙂
So excited to have you here to share with us today about Global Collaboration Day!
2 days ago
Yes, that’s me! Lucy Gray
2 days ago
My other twitter handle is @elemenous.
2 days ago
so many identities! how do you keep track of them all? 🙂
2 days ago
hello to ALL from Uzbekistan,Central Asia
2 days ago
Yes! Classroom 2.0 with Steve Hargadon back in 2007 was the beginning for many of us on this wonderful adventure with web 2.0 and connecting with educators from around the world!
2 days ago
Love hearing this story about how Steve and Lucy got everything started with the Global Education Conference!
2 days ago
Yes. Quite interesting.
2 days ago
Thanks Delphine, Robert and Halima for joining us in the Hangout!
2 days ago
The Global Ed Conference in November is always fabulous! Amazing that 10,000-15,000 people participate every year!
2 days ago
Dates? Sometime in November, right?
2 days ago
Thanks, Vance.
2 days ago
🙂
2 days ago
you beat me Vance!
2 days ago
Now the other pistol, Global Collaboraton Day http://www.globalcollaborationday.org/about.html 🙂
2 days ago
What is the today’s topic on?
2 days ago
Looks like This, right?
2 days ago
you guessed it
2 days ago
love the idea of extending the global events throughout the year and not just during the conference!
2 days ago
Great suggestion, Peggy!
Thanks
2 days ago
One of the calendars (this one for UTC time) http://www.globalcollaborationday.org/gmt–0.html
2 days ago
Remind is such a great tool for sharing resources, reminders about the event! I love getting my daily remind messages from Lucy!
It’s great that you can choose your own time zone on the schedule so you won’t get confused about the time.
2 days ago
Peggy cannot open Your site!
2 days ago
How is that spelled? Youcanbookme?
2 days ago
be sure to sign up for the Remind daily messages with resources and updates about GCDhttps://www.remind.com/join/gcdchat
2 days ago
How do I use the effemeral chat in the HoA?
Want to say hi to Nellie
2 days ago
grab a mic and say hi
2 days ago
Now, I see. I just didn’t have the Group Chat tool open.
2 days ago
she just said hi to you 🙂
2 days ago
Yes, I know; that’s why I was looking for how to say hi back.
2 days ago
which site can’t you open Halima? the main site for Global Collaboration Day? it may be a bandwidth problem since you are also in the Hangout and that takes a lot of bandwidth.
2 days ago
What if I’m not with a school or organization now?
2 days ago
maybe you can try it after the Hangout is over 🙂
2 days ago
Is Lucy going to do a screen share, or what?
2 days ago
I hate to interrupt her for that but she might be monitoring this chat
2 days ago
Think I’ll volunteer for the November gig.
2 days ago
Is Global Ed site mobile-friendly?
Can I access on my iPad?
2 days ago
most likely yes
2 days ago
Yes
Blackboard Collaborate is available in an app to view sessions
2 days ago
Really glad I was able to join the conversation.
2 days ago
You can subscribe to our Classroom 2.0 LIVE Saturday webinars here: http://live.classroom20.com/calendar.html
All of our archived recordings are here: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources
so many fantastic opportunities for all of us to learn and share together through these free conferences and webinars!!
2 days ago
Thanks for coming everyone. And thanks for having me, Vance!
Invite me to to future events, I’d like to listen to more conversations rather than talk!
2 days ago
our great pleasure, will be blogged soon at http://learning2gether.net
2 days ago
Thanks so much for joining us Robert!
2 days ago
I’m listening to the recording of the hangout now. I joined Classroom20 many years ago and also host a Ning platform.
2 days ago
We try to use Chatwing as much as possible given the nature of herding cats, so as to include people in the stream in a conversation they can participate in. However, those in the chat moved their discussion into the Hangout chat (where on my computer, I can’t copy / paste it). But Nellie Deutsch can do that, and she sent me what appears below:
Peggy George
9:29 AM
Hi Nellie! Great to see you!
youcanbookme is an amazing scheduling tool! it’s really easy to use as a presenter!
and as a volunteer moderator :-)

me
9:30 AM
sounds amazing

Halima Ozimova
9:30 AM
Dr Nellie! Good evening!

me
9:30 AM
Hi Halima
Hi Lucy, Vance, Peggy, and ???
I love the idea

Peggy George
9:31 AM
if you want to host an event :-)

me
9:31 AM
Yes, Peggy. I know the tool.

Halima Ozimova
9:32 AM
Peggy I tried to participate but registration is not easy

me
9:32 AM
Hi Robert

Peggy George
9:33 AM
What kinds of problems did you have Halima?
are you talking about the form to participate?

Robert Wachman
9:33 AM
Hi Nellie.

Peggy George
9:33 AM
wow! a nobel prize winner!!! hope that works out!

me
9:34 AM
Where are you based now, Robert?

Robert Wachman
9:34 AM
I

Halima Ozimova
9:34 AM
Lucy and Peggy Thank You for informing about all updates of events!

me
9:34 AM
I’ll be in India on October 16.

Robert Wachman
9:34 AM
I’m n the Philippines. been here for nearly 2 yeears now.
Going to Nepal the end of this month for about a month.

me
9:35 AM
nice, Robert

Halima Ozimova
9:35 AM
Yes , i’ve got

Robert Wachman
9:35 AM
Yes. we just visited Cambodia and Vietnam last month.

me
9:35 AM
I filled a form and it was very clear and user frendly

Halima Ozimova
9:36 AM
Dr Nellie!!!! You are in heavens and poor me!!!

me
9:37 AM
I can help you flll in the form, Haliima
Zoom.us is free these days

Halima Ozimova
9:39 AM
Thank YOU! I’ve waited for Your Dr’s words in discussion:  https://www.facebook.com/messages/conversation-1629668350605426

me
9:40 AM
I’m not that happy with Facebook, Halima.
Yes, I noticed the changes on the Ning.

Peggy George
9:41 AM
you can also sign up to help as a volunteer moderator during the Global Education Conference to help moderate Blackboard Collaborate sessions. I love doing that rather than being a presenter.

Robert Wachman
9:41 AM
Sounds interesting.

me
9:41 AM
people find reading challenges
challenging

Halima Ozimova
9:42 AM
I REALLY need Help! BCS Trainers do not know about #Tesol #evo Trainings  http://kitoblog.com/

me
9:42 AM
can mess with google hangout

Peggy George
9:42 AM
the K12 Online Conference is a month before the Global Ed Conference :-) It’s from October 19-30 with the kickoff keynote on Oct. 12. http://k12onlineconference.org/

me
9:43 AM
I’d love to be part of that, Peggy.
BCS?

Halima Ozimova
9:44 AM
Peggy cannot open Your site! How to E-mail to You?

Peggy George
9:45 AM
There are many opportunities to volunteer for the K12 Online Conference either as a presenter or helper. There is an Organizer team and a number of different committees.

me
9:45 AM
Who cannot open what site, Halima

Halima Ozimova
9:45 AM
Dr Nellie! Peggy’s site

Robert Wachman
9:45 AM
Age 12?

Peggy George
9:45 AM
Everything is pretty much in place for this year for K12 Online but watch for the volunteer webinar next year to see how to get involved.

me
9:46 AM
I’m available this year. I have no idea about next year.

Peggy George
9:46 AM
I don’t know what BCS is
which site are you having trouble getting into Halima?

Robert Wachman
9:47 AM
Thanks, Lucy!

Peggy George
9:48 AM
Nellie is definitely a connected educator leader around the world!!

me
9:49 AM
It’s bad everywhere, Lucy

Halima Ozimova
9:49 AM
Peggy You mentioned at Your twitter  http://t.co/FjJarQD1s7

me
9:49 AM
it’s one educator at a time and a very slow process.

Peggy George
9:49 AM
My weekly webinars that I host on Classroom 2.0 LIVE often have 8-10 people each week from other countries!

me
9:50 AM
but Peggy, how many turn up in total?
Thank you, Peggy :)

Peggy George
9:50 AM
Halima, that is my “About.me” page. Is that the link that won’t open for you?
Nellie, each week we meet on Saturdays and often have between 30-50 people. We record everything so many people also watch recordings if they can’t make it on Saturdays.

me
9:51 AM
That’s great, Peggy.
less on webinars

Halima Ozimova
9:52 AM
Peggy I am reading Your site

Peggy George
9:52 AM
Is this the link that won’t open for you? It’s working for me so maybe it’s just a bandwidth issue for you. https://about.me/peggy_george
I often go back to watch recordings from previous years!
I also love to be able to invite presenters to come and do their presentations for us on Classroom 2.0 LIVE if I think it is something our participants might really find valuable. :-)
I have found some outstanding presenters in the Global Ed Conference

me
9:54 AM
Lucy, where are getting funding? I self-fun and it’s getting hard.
fund

Halima Ozimova
9:54 AM
Dr.Nellie! A GOOD QUESTION!!!

me
9:55 AM
Steve does that, Vance

Peggy George
9:55 AM
Steve hosts a LOT of virtual conferences each year!!!
there is almost one every month of the year!

Robert Wachman
9:56 AM
Is Global Ed site mobile-friendly? Can I access on my iPad?

Peggy George
9:56 AM
he sends out weekly emails to anyone who signs up for the Learning Revolution (free) to announce upcoming activities
yes it is Robert (website). Are you referring to Blackboard Collaborate or the website?

Robert Wachman
9:57 AM
website…for archived material.
Thinking I’d like to listen to sessions while doing the dishes, etc.

Halima Ozimova
9:58 AM
Peggy PLZ,POST here Your E-mail!

me
9:58 AM
Peggy, I lost the link to the calendar?
google calendar is a life saver

Peggy George
10:01 AM
Robert, I think you can view the recordings from the archives if they are mp4 video recordings. If they are blackboard collaborate recordings you would need the app to view them
great Nellie! yes the calendar link is on the home page for Learning Revolution

Robert Wachman
10:02 AM
I’ve got a laptop I can use, too. but I usually have my iPad in the kitchen, just easiest.

Peggy George
10:03 AM
you can watch the blackboard collaborate recordings on an ipad using the app :-)

me
10:03 AM
Where do we add to the calendar?

Peggy George
10:03 AM
fortunately we don’t have to understand how Google Calendar works (behind the scenes) to make it work. It just works!

me
10:03 AM
I have my calendar called Integrating Technology

Robert Wachman
10:04 AM
Susan Gaer has given online workshops on Google Calendar, Vance.

Vance Stevens
10:04 AM
there’s a suggestion Robert, L2g session lead!
How can I copy the chat here, it isn’t copyable in my browser

Peggy George
10:05 AM
Nellie are you a partner with the Learning Revolution? You could share your calendar with them too.


Peggy George
10:06 AM
yes! this hour just flew by!!! time to wrap it up :-)

Halima Ozimova left group chat.

me
10:07 AM
Not sure, Peggy. I know Steve asked me to be a sponsor, but I self fund what `I do

Halima Ozimova joined group chat.

Peggy George
10:07 AM
it’s really easy to pick sessions to moderate for the Global Ed Conference
everyone helps each other out!
there is no charge to be a partner Nellie. Sponsors provide financial support.

Robert Wachman
10:08 AM
What’s the timeline for volunteer/moderators?
When do people need to start getting involved? Orientation?

Peggy George
10:08 AM
it’s throughout the entire conference Robert

Delphine Chiao
10:08 AM
thank you, Nellie. I got it into my calendar.

Peggy George
10:09 AM
they even provide training on a recording on how to moderate blackboard collaborate :-)

me
10:09 AM
Thank you, Delphine.

Robert Wachman
10:09 AM
I’ll be in Nepal in Oct.

Vance Stevens
10:09 AM
cool

Peggy George
10:09 AM
Nikki is a huge help for people who want to learn how to moderate and she’ll meet you in a room to provide individualized help

me
10:09 AM
I know do webinars on BB, Adobe Connect, Zoom and WizIQ

Robert Wachman
10:09 AM
I’ll be back home about Nov. 7.

me
10:10 AM
know = now
have a great time, Robert
thank you, Lucy

Robert Wachman
10:10 AM
Thanks, Nellie.

Peggy George
10:11 AM
It has been really great to hear you describe the Global Collaborate Day and the conference Lucy!!! Really informative and now we’ll be able to share the recording link with other people who couldn’t join us.

me
10:11 AM
I’ll see you in Baltimore, Robert

Peggy George
10:11 AM
seeing and hearing you great Robert!

Delphine Chiao
10:12 AM
a wonderful time to listen your sharing. thank you for all sharing.

me
10:12 AM
wow, that’s great, Robert

Vance Stevens
10:12 AM
thanks for joining us

Halima Ozimova
10:12 AM
Peggy Thank You for an useful info

me
10:13 AM
thank you, Vance

Delphine Chiao
10:13 AM
early to leave it for something to be done. bye!

Vance Stevens
10:13 AM
bye, come back :-)

me
10:13 AM
I know him

Peggy George
10:14 AM
you can subscribe to our Classroom 2.0 LIVE Saturday webinars here: http://live.classroom20.com/calendar.html
All of our archived recordings are here:  http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources

Vance Stevens
10:14 AM
would you put that in Chatwing? I can’t copy from here :-)

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Peggy George
10:15 AM
so many fantastic opportunities for us to connect with each other for professional learning!
thank you Robert!!!

me
10:15 AM
thank you
great chat

Lucy Gray
10:15 AM
Thanks everyone!
See you online next week and in November!
Ah

Peggy George
10:15 AM
Thanks everyone for joining us! Have a great weekend! (what’s left of it) :-)

Halima Ozimova
10:15 AM
Thank YOU!

Peggy George
10:16 AM
I get some of my best geography lessons from Vance!
I’ve been going to ISTE every year since 2005!

Robert Wachman
10:16 AM
Thanks, Everyone. I’ll definitely check out events o the 17th and sign up to be a volunteer in Nov.

Peggy George
10:16 AM
Bye everyone!

Robert Wachman
10:17 AM
Will keep a journal and take lots of photos to share in Nepal.

Peggy George
10:17 AM
thanks for your willingness to volunteer Robert!!

Robert Wachman
10:17 AM
Glad to help out; sounds like a great way for a mostly retired educator to be involved.

Lucy Gray
10:18 AM
Yes

me
10:18 AM
you get invited to visit places

Halima Ozimova
10:18 AM
DESPITE FEELING MYSELF LIKE among GURUS i nevertheless try too!

Robert Wachman
10:19 AM
Thanks. I
I”m going to say good night (10 p.m. here) and see if I can listen to a Global Ed session while doing the dishes!

Halima Ozimova
10:19 AM
May I say THANK you!!!

me
10:20 AM
smart phone make things easier
Great to see you, Halima

Peggy George
10:20 AM
the video part of virtual conferences is so valuable because we can see places and people we would never be able to meet face to face!

me
10:20 AM
so true, Peggy

Peggy George
10:20 AM
love being able to see classrooms around the world in these virtual conferences!

me
10:20 AM
have you tried Zoom.us?

Lucy Gray
10:21 AM
Also WhatsApp
Peggy has a new favorite tool

Peggy George
10:22 AM
yes my new favorite tool is Blab!!! :-) awesome for interviews and conversations! much easier to use than hangouts and better quality. Many people can come in and out of the conversations

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Peggy George
10:23 AM
Diving into the archives of sites like Classroom2.0, Webheads, and my own sites offers great value, but we’ve not figured effective ways to encourage and facilitate that.
2 days ago
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Earlier this week

Sun Sept 6 1400 UTC Learning2gether with ELTLive and TILL – Office 365

https://learning2gether.net/2015/09/06/learning2gether-with-eltlive-and-till-benjamin-stewart-and-piry-herrera-on-office-365/

Thu Sep 10 1900 CET Globinar

E4.123-0156: Flipped lit projects. Engaging literature students!

I think this is the correct time. It is correct for 1900 Berlin

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=Flipped+lit+projects.+Engaging+literature+students%21&iso=20150910T19&p1=83&ah=1&am=30

https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fdl.dropboxusercontent.com%2Fu%2F8905964%2FBreeze%2FFlippedLit.pdf&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNGfhXrTqyM78ZIgm29-Qb1rLoDQzg

Below find the link to Juergen’s post-conference document