On this episode of TTT, we invite you to meet other teachers who have been using Youth Voices this fall to connect their students.
We shared our plans... dreams... ideas... worries... as we moved into the fall semester.
We hope you enjoy this informal "meet and greet" -- out of which we hope many new connections might grow.
We will be meeting to talk about Youth Voices and how it is (or isn't) fitting into our curriculum often as 2014 kicks off! We gather at EdTechTallk http://edtechtalk.com/ttt each Wednesday at 9PM Eastern /6PM Pacific.
Please plan to join us when you can.
It has been exciting to see the posts and the comments flying into Youth Voices again this fall!
All that is needed is an hour on Wednesday evening, earbuds, and a Google+ account that you can Hangout on.
Come join us for a conversation that could make all the difference for your students!
Here's who joined us on this episode of TTT:
Sheri Edwards Johanna Paraiso Andrew Wyndham Tricia Clarke Marina Lombardo Jake Jacobs Valerie Burton
Click Read more to see the chat that was happening during this live webcast, and to find a couple of links to the resources shared during this episode of TTT.
Here are some of the questions we've been asking recently:
What if students were encouraged to create projects for each other? What's the difference between writing a "Discussion Post" and creating a "Wiki" page on a social network like Youth Voices? How might we consider connecting students more often in spaces like Skype or Hangouts? What would it take to build a "Youth Voices Live" space for young people? How can we engage students in deeper, meaning making in their conversations with each other?
Click Read more to see the chat that was happening during this live webcast, and to find many links to the resources shared during this episode of TTT.
This episode of TTT, recorded on September 11, 2013, is a conversation with teachers in the Michigan State Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program http://edutech.msu.edu/programs/masters/.
The MSU MAET program is offered in three different formats: a hybrid summer cohort on campus in Michigan, fully online, and overseas (this past summer the program was in Galway, Ireland.) On this episode of TTT, teachers from these different cohorts discuss what they learned this summer and how that's impacting their school year ahead.
Chris Sloan hosts these teachers for an informal conversation about their experiences in Galway, Ireland this summer and their plans for this fall: Marcie Lewis, Blair Winters, Jeffrey Fisher, Annie Kim, Ray Stuckey, and Bob Larocque.
Enjoy this conversation with some dynamic teachers who are wisely incorporating technology into their teaching.
Click Read more to see the chat that was happening during this live webcast.
Freire's - how to have liberation without trust.. esp the story behind Leo and Patrick: Did we trust a homeless black man could code? Did we trust a young white tech entrepreneur wasn't just wanting to look good in his offer?
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