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Week of January 30- February 5, 2010

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 Welcome to this week's EdTechTalk (ETT) newsletter. Educon 2.2 took place this past weekend at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia. Educon2.2 is in its third year, and is billed as both a conference and a conversation. Many ETT people attended and presented.  All conferences are archived on the site.  Be sure to look for Alec Couros, with Dean Shareski,  Cheri Toledo and Sharon PetersAlice Barr, with Sarah Sutter, Linda Nitsche,  Lisa Parisi, with Karen Janowski, Paul Bogush, and Christine Southard, and Paul Allison, among the many talented presenters at this conference.


The Week in Review


 

 

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    If you have been waiting to read the Horizon Report 2010, listen up to this SEEDLINGS conversation. Alice, Bob and Cheryl take a stab at the highlights of the report. This report drives what is happening in post secondary education and it drives what the K-12 educators should be promoting for our students. Enjoy!

     

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    The EdTechWeekly crew continues to evolve the new format-less show format while still maintaining that there is no topic. Join us for the mayhem.

     


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    NCAIS with Jason Ramsden
    A discussion with Jason Ramsden about the NCAIS conference. Their NCAIS blog is here.

     

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    The K12 Online Echo was delighted to welcome Jennifer Wagner who shared her K12 Online 2009 presentation, If you Host It, They Will Come. She told stories about the projects she has hosted, shared caveats for those considering hosting and described some of the tools she has used in carrying out the projects.

     

     

     

     


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