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21st Century Learning #115: Liz Davis Discussing One on One Teacher Professional Develoment


17:24 minutes (8 MB)

21st Century Learning #115
November 24, 2009
Liz Davis on 1 to 1 Teacher Professional Develoment

A conversation with Liz Davis about integrating technology into the curriculum with a 1 on 1 professional development.  Read more about Liz's ideas on her blog or at the ISENet NING

21st Century Learning #114: NEIT2009 Review


18:48 minutes (8.65 MB)

21st Century Learning #114
November 17, 2009
NEIT2009 Review

arvind, Vinnie and Alex debrief on the NEIT2009 conference. 

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21st Century Learning #113: Roxbury Latin's Social Media Plan


20:54 minutes (19.18 MB)

21st Century Learning #112
October 20, 2009
Andrew Katz and Ken Hiat on Social Media at Roxbury Latin School

A conversation with Andrew Katz and Ken Hiat about Roxbury Latin's Social Media strategy and the way their community is implementing their plan.  

 

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21st Century Learning #112: Ahsan Karim on NYSAIS, NYCIST, and NEIT


18:35 minutes (8.55 MB)

21st Century Learning #112NEIT2008
October 20, 2009
Ahsan Karim on NYSAIS, NYCIST, and NEIT. 

A conversation with Ahsan Karim, Director of Technology at The Buckley School and President of NYCIST.  We discussed the relationships between the New York Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS), the New York Consortium of Independent School Technologists (NYCIST), and the NYSAIS Education and Information Technology Conference (NEIT).  These organizations have lots of overlap in their membership, creating a rich network of education technologies who have each other at their fingertips, yet balance these online with numerous face to face meetings. 

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21st Century Learning #111: School Communications


17:05 minutes (7.86 MB)

21st Century Learning #111
October 13, 2009
A Conversation about School Communications.

Public or private, open source blog or vendor hosted community space?  Grass roots or top down?  What is your communications strategy?

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