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Women of Web 2.0.14


72:12 minutes (16.53 MB)
Here is Show # 14.
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Tonight you will hear a great interview exchange with Mike Lawrence and Mark Wagner of CUE. The chat has some incredible links, so be sure you check out the chat  log below. At the beginning of the show, in spite of sound checks and skype checks at the beginning of the show, we had some technology glitches. People just hung in and we moved beyond and the technology settled down. Enjoy!Rock on!

Over and Out,
Cheryl Oakes

21st Century Learing #31: GTD

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35:46 minutes (16.39 MB)
EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #31
Getting Things Done Review
February 6, 2007

arvind and I discuss the Getting Things Done system. arvind went to a David Allen seminar last week, so we thought it would be a good time to review our progress with the GTD system.

Women of Web 2.0 show 13

Here is the 13th show! Join us and have a listen.

EdTechTalk Community Planning by EdTechTalkers

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63:49 minutes (29.21 MB)
EdTechTalk Community Planning
February 1, 2007
An informal discussion amongst assorted ETT show members about developing EdTechTalk's Polices and Standards.

EdTechTalk's Collaborative 'Webcasting Policies & Standards' page.

Teachers Teaching Teachers #38: Teaching Blogging

EdTechTalk: Teachers Teaching Teachers #38
Teaching Blogging
January 31, 2007
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The night before she started her Spring Semester classes at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in New York City, Susan Ettenheim participated in a dialogue via skype with teachers from four different Writing Projects: Paul Allison (NYC), Matt Makowetski (South Coast, CA), Bill O’Neal (Trenton, NJ), and Bob LeVin (Area 3 in CA). This is a podcast of that conversation.

Along with Chris Sloan in Salt Lake City (Utah WP), the six of us are beginning a complex, exciting collaboration with our students in an elgg, YouthVoices.net. Listen as we plan, take a look at Susan’s introduction to her students, and consider joining us. You might leave a comment here, then go over to YouthVoices and see what all the excitement is about.

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