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Teachers Teaching Teachers #58 - 06.20.07 - Finding passion in and out of the classroom

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52:10 minutes (23.88 MB)

This year several elementary school teachers--mainly Writing Project teachers--from California, Colorado, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Oregon, and the Philippines sent each other podcasts and poetry and responses on a weblog, Youth Radio: Connecting Youth Voices to the World. These teachers have created a space where young writers and voices can connect with news stories about their communities, their schools and their interests!

That's all fine, but on this webcast Paul Allison and Lee Baber talked to two of the teachers behind this project, Glen Bledsoe and Kevin Hodgson. We never got to the student work because we spent the entire time learning more about each of these teachers as musicians and creative people outside of the classroom.

It's fascinating to hear the differences between the music that Lee and Glen share with us, and to imagine Kevin's sax! Yet what we all share is a passion for living creative, passionate lives in and out of the classroom.

We had a great time together, and we invite you listen in.

Click Read More, below to find a long list of links from Glen's amazingly diverse creative mind.

21st Century Learning #46: Year in Review, Professional Learning, Summer Plans and Reading

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EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #46
Year in Review, Professional Learning, Summer Plans and Reading
June 19, 2007

This week, we discussed our year, our summer plans, a professional development learning network, and our summer plans and reading.

To contact us, please submit a comment on this post or send us e-mail at 21 [at] edtechtalk.com.

Click here for the show notes

 

Ed Tech Weekly #36

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40:06 minutes (18.36 MB)

A fun week with two wonderful guest hosts. Chat records up shortly.

This week's delicious links 

Women of Web 2 LIVE at NECC 2007 Show # 33

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58:19 minutes (13.35 MB)

Can you believe the Women of Web didn't have an agenda? Well, the show is all about NECC and conversations. Enjoy. A huge thank you to Dave Cormier for saving the show by streaming from Charlottetown PEI.

Kathy Malsbenden, president of ISTE NH, said a huge thank you to Jeff Lebow, we couldn't agree more. So thanks to Jeff at Worldbridges.net and Dave at Edtechtalk.com for your vision and support. We are spreading the worldbridges message.

Chat below, thanks to EdTechTalk.


21st Century Learning #47: Live from NECC with Vinnie Vrotny in the Bloggers Cafe

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EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #47
Live from NECC with Vinnie Vrotny in the Bloggers Cafe
June 26, 2007

Podcast of Scott J. Wilson, Dept. of Education, GA

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63:55 minutes (7.32 MB)Thanks to Scott for letting me podcast his terrific session. He has the presentation for this located at the NECC07 site, off the www.iste.org  site. Here is the link. http://tinyurl.com/3cm4an This is very informative for teachers beginning with Moodle.

Women of Web 2.0 Presentation at NECC 2007, Atlanta, GA

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69:17 minutes (7.93 MB)

Join Jen, Vicki, Sharon and Cheryl as we present at NECC 07 in Atlanta, GA.

The presentation was great. The audience was terrific. Here is the link to the wiki we used during the presentation.

Enjoy.

http://wow2necc2007.wikispaces.com/WOW2+NECC+ 

21st Century Learning #45:Jeff Mao, Maine Coordinator of Educational Technology

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EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #46
Jeff Mao, Coordinator of Educational Technology, Maine
June 12, 2007

This week, we discussing Maine's 1:1 program with Jeff Mao.  This is a must listen with many wonderful insights into using technology appropriately in the classroom.

Our apologies for taking so long to post this audio.  The end of the year got to us!

To contact us, please submit a comment on this post or send us e-mail at 21 [at] edtechtalk.com.

Click here for the show notes

Think.com panel discussion at NECC07 edited by coakes

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60:37 minutes (6.94 MB)

Here is a panel discussion for Think.com which is offered through the generosity of Oracle.com

You can hear a panel discuss how and why we use Think.com for student blogging and projects.

 

EdTechBrainstorm: June 28, 2007

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45:02 minutes (20.62 MB)

I'm joined by JL, Jose, Alice and Lisa for an "old school" brainstorm drop-in session.

The "virtual staff lounge" lives up to its name as we catch-up and discuss plans for It's Elementary

 

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