This week was open mic week. Maria Knee, Sheila Adams, and Lisa Parisi were joined by Lucy Gray and Sue Roseman to discuss many topics such as: twitter issues, NECC 2009, and making changes top down vs. bottom up.
This is the first of two shows we've done recently that featured young high school women. On this podcast, we feature the students who have been doing a webcast, Gator Radio Network. TTT#153 features three glib teenage feminists who have begun to make their voices be heard on a group blog, "Womens Glib."
Occasionally I (Paul Allison) blink back a tear and remember the work we used to do with Lee Baber. Recently, I listened to these podcasts from two years ago:
Our SpaceCasts were filled with wild moments in search of meaning, but they were about connection and knowing other young people living in different places. This work supplemented our other work with blogs and wikis, images and text… with a warmth and humanness that I miss.
If you’ve ever did webcasting or podcasting with your students (or with Lee)… please join us. Tell us your stories of success and struggle with this medium. What makes it happen? Why does it fade? How do we get it back?
Click Read more to see a transcript of a chat that was happening during the webcast.
We were joined on the brainstorm by Women of the Web webcasting team member Jen Wagner, who shared her reflections on her experience on this wonderful webcasting project. While Jen will no longer be participating on WOW next year, we know that she'll be actively involved in the educational technology community in a variety of ways. On behalf of everyone in the Edtech Talk Community, thank you for all you've contributed to this community Jen!
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