Join us as we interview John Newlin and Bette Manchester about the Maine Center for International Learning. Last week we talked about SEED and the impact that program had on Maine, now hear how the project morphed to an International Center.This is our last show of the year, unless, we have a Snow Day Show!!! Stay tuned for Ben and Ben next Thursday. Enjoy your holidays with your families no matter where you celebrate. See you in 2011.
What gremlins will try to do to keep Seedlings off the air! At 6:44, edtechtalk was down. I put out an SOS to the Skype network of ETT Hosts. By 6:52, we were live and ready to go, thanks to John Schinker and Dave Cormier! Seedlings went on with Show 100 and our guests Maria Knee and Wes Fryer.Thanks to all who have been part of our 100 Shows.
Show # 100!!! Way back on Groundhog Day, Feb. 2006, Seedlings began a podcast, which soon became a webcast. The show tonight is a look back and a fuzzy look into the future. Without edtechtalk and worldbridges we wouldn't be here.Join us as we have a conversation with Maria Knee and Wes Fryer and walk down a virtual memory lane.
My hero, Larry Ferlazzo, joined us at Seedlings, Thursday night. I have admired Larry since early 2006, when I became a Webhead. Larry's name was always mentioned as someone who found the best of the best Web 2.0 tools in order to help English Language Learners. As it turns out my expectations were surpassed. Larry is very thoughtful and reflective and certainly made all of us think during our show! I know you will enjoy this one. No Seedlings show next Thursday, we will all be sitting around the Thanksgiving Dinner table. However, we return Dec. 2, 2010, with Wes Fryer and his daughter Rachel for our 100th Seedlings Show. We are thankful to Worldbridges and EdTechTalk for their continued support, and most of all our listeners!
Join Alice, Bob and Cheryl as we chat with Larry Ferlazzo. All his wonderful links are included in Geek of the Week! Thanks to the chat room, there is plenty of information to support Larry's chat, and all that is happening in the world of our PLN. Have a great Thanksgiving for all who celebrate. We will be back with show 100, Wes and Rachel Fryer, Dec. 2, 2010!
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We all decided that this was part one of more! Kelly Tenkley is an incredible voice for students, parents, teachers, the education community. You must give her a read through her blogs and a listen here at Seedlings!
Hello to show 98 with Kelly Tenkley from Colorado, talking with us about how she stays connected with her students now that she is out of the classroom!
Alice, Bob and Cheryl are all involved in the conversations with Kelly. You will be impressed. Oh, the chat room was on fire with some new folks here checking us out.
Do you have your EdTechTalk stuff yet? Did you know there are T-shirts, hats, coffee mugs, buttons, magnets, and tote bags available? They're all based on Wordle interpretations of the EdTechTalk Delicious tags.
What are you waiting for? These are limited edition items. Shop now and avoid the rush!