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Teachers Teaching Teachers #142 - Taking It Global with TIGed - 03.04.09


65:40 minutes (20.64 MB)

Do you work with schools globally? Or want to?

The teachers whose students use Youth Voices -- and meet each week on this webcast -- often talk about “taking it global.” And this is a key value advocated by Jeff Lebow.

The idea for this webcast came when a teacher new to our work together contacted us saying that she was thinking of having her students get involved with both Youth Voices and Taking it Global (TIG). This teacher, Melissa Lynn Pomerantz, a 10 grade English teacher from St. Louis joined us on the show. 

To learn more about TIGed we invited:

Listen to this podcast if you would also like to learn more about Taking It Global. Perhaps like us, you will want to learn how we can broaden our -- and our students -- horizons beyond these United States.

 

Click Read more to see a transcript of a chat that was happening during the webcast.

EdTechWeekly #119


46:47 minutes (21.42 MB)
EdTechWeekly #119
March 15, 2009


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Conversations Episode 29 3-15-09


56:49 minutes (26.01 MB)

This week's show focused on the amount of time educators spend on schoolwork outside of the school day. We talked about professional development time, student connection time, and planning time, as well as time spent on "assignments" given us by the district. Lisa Parisi, Maria Knee, and Sheila Adams were joined by Kathleen Casterline and Deven Black.

 

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WOW2 SHOW #109 With web 2.0 Guru Suzie Vesper from New Zealand!


65:29 minutes (32.87 MB)

Suzie Vesper joins us from Wellington, NZ to share her expertise in Web 2.0 and Professional Development with teachers.

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WOW2 Show #108 with MaryFriend Shepard


62:18 minutes (31.59 MB)

Special Guest MaryFriend Shepard, Program Director of the Ph.D. Ed. Tech. program at Walden University, joins Cheri Toledo, Peggy George and Sharon Peters for a conversation about the benefits and added value of elearning.

 

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