21st Century Learing #31: GTD

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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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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.

21st Century Learing #30: Media Literacy

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #30
A Conversation about Media Literacy
With Adam Kenner and Sheryl Rivera from the Action Coalition for Media Education New York Chapter
January 30, 2007
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A amazing conversation with With Adam Kenner and Sheryl Rivera from Horace Mann School and the Action Coalition for Media Education New York Chapter. This is a must listen for educators and parents in our wired world

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