EdTechBrainstorm - April 12, 2007

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19:21 minutes (8.86 MB)

Here's the first twenty minutes of this week's brainstorm. It starts off with a bit of audio from an interview that Arvind did with Steve Rosenbaum at last week's PodcampNYC.

About 2 minutes in, I'm joined by JL and JenM and we pick up the conversation from last week. Specifically we address the appropriateness of some of the content of last week's show, and feedback it generated.

Teachers Teaching Teachers #48 - Hard Questions for Teachers Who Teach Blogging

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52:20 minutes (23.96 MB)

After a few months of blogging with all of her classes at YouthVoices.net, Susan Ettenheim sent Paul Allison a few questions:

Women of Web 2.0, April 10, 2007 Tuesday night

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85:43 minutes (19.62 MB)

Here is the agenda of our show! We were able to discuss our way through the whole show agenda!

Great job Vicki moderating.

21st Century Learning #38: Linux Laptop Program, Interview with Alex Inman

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54:03 minutes (24.75 MB)

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #38
Linux Laptop Program, Interview with Alex Inman 
April 10, 2007

Alex Inman joined us this week to talk about the Linux laptop program at the Whitfield School in Missouri. Whitfield is an Essential School and they recently began a 1:1 laptop program using SuSE-Linux powered machines along with Citrix running Windows. What does it all mean? Listen to alex talk all about it. He also told us about his consulting group Educational Collaborators. Alex is a great resource, enjoy the show.

EdTechWeekly#25 - Jaiku, Podcamp, SOA, Moblogging, MyMaps, & Peep Abuse

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36:46 minutes (16.83 MB)
EdTechWeekly#25
Jaiku , PodcampNYC, MyMaps, Social Netowrking Degree, & Peeps
April 8, 2007

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