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EdTechWeekly #135


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EdTechWeekly #135
September 20, 2009


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EdTechWeekly #134


49:54 minutes (22.85 MB)
EdTechWeekly #134
September 13, 2009


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EdTechSomething - Librarian roles, Value of Big Names, & Student Teacher Horror Stories


50:19 minutes (23.03 MB)
EdTechSomething
July 12, 2009
(streamed in place of EdTechWeekly)

Participants: Cathy Evanoff, Jennifer Wagner,  Peggy George, Jamie, Lisa Parisi, Gary McFarlane, & Jeff Lebow

Topics: Role of librarians, NECC reflections,  Next week's EdTechScienceSomething, the ETT newsletter, 'Big Names' in EdTech, Compentence of the latest generation of student teachers, and a few student teacher horror stories.


EdTechHangout - NECC reflections, roadkill mooseburgers, & backchannel literacy


56:39 minutes (25.94 MB)
EdTechHangout
(Not EdTechWeekly)
July 5, 2009

As EdechWeekly begins its summer hiatus, we go on air for an EdTechHangout.  
Topics covered include: NECC reflections, why Dave uses coarsesalt as his Skype ID,  Albertan scorpions,  deep sea ducks, roadkill mooseburgers,  Michael Jackson  overload,  getting to EdTech Step#1, proprietary keynotes,  teachers as lame presenters,  back channel literacy, concerns, & ettiquette,  multitasking challenges,  & possibilities for upcoming EdTechTalk Summer Specials.

Participants include: Gary McFarlane, Sue Roseman, Alice Mercer, Bethany  Smith, Dave Cormier, & Jeff Lebow


Not EdTechWeekly - NECC Call-in & Virtual School Update


43:34 minutes (19.95 MB)
Not EdTechWeekly
June 28, 2009
Between John's field trip to NECC and Dave's (alleged) poor internet connection, Jen & Jeff never quite got started with a fast paced roundup of news and resources. Fortunately, we were joined by Steve Kossakoski of VLACS (NH's first Virtual High School) and had a great discussion about  how things are going at VLACS in particular and the challenges and possibilities for virtual education in general.  Also,  John called in from the Blogger's Cafe at NECC and we were able to speak with him, Lisa Parisi, and Vinny Vrotny about Edubloggercon'09.

 


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