EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #39
PodcampNYC Recap plus Interacting with our Listeners
April 17, 2007
Today on the show Alex had to phone in, but we discussed PodcampNYC and how the experience was live, mobile webcasting from the podcasting unconference. We played a teaser from Podabracadebra who read out podcast fortune with tarot cards (see the full tarot reading at EdTechTalk.com) and highlighted some of the great interviwees that arvind was able to meet. We also discussed the best way to get people to comment and interact with us. We hope that you will use the Crowdabout.us tool below to leave us a text, audio or video comment. We'd love to hear from you. As always, you can also e-mail us at 21 [at] edtechtalk.com
Join us, Jen, Vicki, Sharon and Cheryl, as we break ground with an online conversation with teachers in
the field and teachers in a doctoral program with Dr. Cheri Toledo,
from Illinois State University.This is how experienced teachers are
embracing the new technologies. http://coe.ilstu.edu/etip/
How do local Writing Projects create a web presence? What changes when they do? What tools might we consider? Joomla? DrupalED? We discussed these issues with our guests Bill Fitzgerald, Paul Oh, Troy Hicks, Felicia George, Madeline Brownstone, Lee Baber and Paul Allison. Bill Fitzgerald also gave us an update on his release of a new DrupalEd profile.
We made another connection!Maria and Linda made an appointment to chat about a shared reading meeting via Skype. We had a good lesson on “sound” in second grade- using http://www.skrbl.com/.But the most fun was creating our portraits on the easy to use Portrait Ilustrator Maker.
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