ETT32 was an exciting show for us... lots of guests, less work for us. First we were joined by Ben Werdmuller. of elgg. He told us all about the upcoming 0.4 release of elgg and a gave us a few hints of what is on the elgg horizon. We then covered some edtech news, and were visited by some people from nuvvo a new, free online LMS. Our last guest was Graham Stanley who committed, during the show, to starting a new live EFL call in show. We'll be waiting Graham.
ETT 31 was our first show back after a long break. We took the opportuntiy to cover some edtech news including an unheard of three thumbs up from Jeff for Blogbridge. We were visited by Erin and Barbara our correspondents who gave us the skinny on Podcastercon. We were also very fortunate to be visited by Clarence Fisher and we talked about leadership and his leap-frog idea of teacher training. All that and our first edublogosphere roundup and our hopes and projects for 2006. Check. It. Out.
Discussion with Scott Lockman & Will Richardson - part of Worldbridges New Year Webastathon
This is the first of several edtech related conversations that were part of Worldbridges New Years Webcastathon. This is from the first hour of the webcastathon as Scott Lockman of Tokyo Calling and Comprehensible Input and Will Richardson of Weblogg-ed.com join Jeff Lebow to begin the show. Scott and Jeff reflect on their year in podcasting/webcasting and Will looks at the evolution of edtech this past year and the challenges that lay ahead.
The Edublog Awards - The winners, acceptance speeches and the top ten edtech news events of 2005 (44:00)
December 18, 2005
We had a rolicking good time with Josie Fraser at this years edublog awards. Check out the audio to hear all the nominees, as well as some acceptance speeches from some of the winners. Konrad Glogowski showed up, Stephen Downes made an appearance as well as many more. We also had a top ten list of edtech news from 2005. If you need any details about the awards check out the awards site
Eric Langhorst of the Speaking of History podcast joins us for a several minutes of discussing what he's doing in his 8th grade history class followed by an hour of fiery discussion on the importance of knowing exact historical dates. The real action begins about 30 minutes into the show.