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Newsletter for the Week of October 24 - October 31, 2009

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Week of October 24-31, 2009




Welcome to the ETT newsletter and welcome to November! Hopefully all of you who needed to, remembered to turn your clocks back so you will not miss any of your favorite shows. 

 

Voting continues for the ISTE 2010 Keynote Project and all have the opportunity to participate in the selection of topics and keynote speakers for the ISTE 2010 Conference to be held in Denver, CO.
http://iste2010.uservoice.com/pages/30480-iste-2010-conference-keynote-t...
Phase 1: Topic Suggestions (October 15-November 15)
Submit your ideas for topics and keynote focus. Share your thoughts, comment on suggestions from other ISTE members and educators, and vote on your favorites. And the individual who suggests the winning keynote presenter will get to have coffee with him or her at the conference! Suggestions for specific speakers can be made in Phase 2, beginning November 16.
Visit http://www.iste.org/iste2010-keynote for full rules and details.

The Week in Review


  • Post-Show description:

    21st Century Learning #112
    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).  Lots of overlap, the results of which is a rich network of education technologies who have each other at their fingertips, yet realize the importance of face to face meetings.



  • Post-Show description:

    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?



  • Post-Show description:

    Dave and John dispense with the usual fast-paced roundup to answer listeners' questions.


 



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