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EdTechTalk Special: arvind at SXSW

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EdTechTalk: Special
Our Special South by SouthWest Correspondent: arvind grover!
March 12, 2007

arvind is down at South by SouthWest and we're going to be checking in with him daily to get conference recaps.  Here's the first installment. 

You can check out the sxsw podcasts here.

 

EdTechWeekly #21 - Social Meter, Bubbl.us, Screencasts, Xical, & SXSW


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EdTechWeekly#21
 Social Meter, Bubbl.us, Screencasts, Xical, & SXSW
with ETT  Senior  Conference Correspondent,
Arvind Grover

March 11, 2007

This Week's Del.icio.us  Links

Chat Log Below


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21st Century Learning #35: The Research Behind Learning and Teaching

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EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #35
A Conversation with June Ahn
The Research Behind Learning and Teaching
March 6, 2007

This week we discussed learning and teaching with June Ahn, Ph.D student, focusing on Urban Education at USC.

We will be discussed learning and teaching and how educational research relates to the classroom.  We spend a fair amount of time discussing Sir Ken Robinson's TED Talks presentation that asks whether we are educating our students to be college professors. 

June blogged about our conversation here 

Women of Web 2.0.17

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Women of Web 2.0.17
March 6, 2007

Enjoy this show, the 4 Women of Web 2.0 had a great time catching up with the techie things of the week. It still amazes me all I learn in one week.  The giggles are back as the women share all the great things happening. I promise the echos will be gone by next week! Over and out!

Teachers Teaching Teachers #42 - What infrastructures do teachers need?

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Bud Hunt and two staff members (technology leaders/thinkers/organizers/teachers) from the National Writing Project (NWP), Christina Cantrill and Paul Oh got together with us to discuss questions that Bud had raised on the NWP’s Tech Liaison Listserv.

This was a discussion between Bud Hunt, Christina Cantrill, Paul Oh, and Jeff Lebow–along with Paul Allison, Pat Delaney, Susan Ettenheim, and Lee Baber.

We invite you to listen to the podcast, and also read the collection of voices on this post, dealing with similar questions:

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