2010-04-29 Seedlings Chat with Lisa Nielson and Willyn Webb

59:59 minutes (27.5 MB)

 Bob and Cheryl are joined by and Willyn Webb: Author, Counselor at Alternative HS having success with cells in a district where it's banned Lisa Nielson:  Tech Innovation Manager in NYC and creator of The Innovative Educator Blog

Advocate for students using the tools they already own!



Here is part of the agenda with some great links:


    * Why do you think that cells are a tool necessary for combating the digital divide?

          o Ubiqutous (Lisa)

2010-04-15 Seedlings Show 85 with Emily Hunt of Common Sense Media

63:56 minutes (29.31 MB)

Join Alice, Bob and Cheryl as we have  a great conversation with Emily Hunt of . Emily captivates us as she describes all the latest information about movies, gaming, social networks and TV. This is such a great resource for teachers and parents.


The Chat:

2010-04-01 Seedlings #84 with Wes Fryer

66:14 minutes (30.37 MB)

We're joined by Wes Fryer- Live in Maine the Magical Show! Anne Fraser counted the word magical used 4, 586 times throughout the show. See if you come up with the same number! We had a great conversation in the EdTechTalk studio with Wes Fryer. The conversations were about Race to the Top, Apple's new product release, Maria Knee, and the upcoming workshop at Wells Junior High School.


The chat room rocked and many links were shared along with favorite apps!

 The Chat: It was rocking!!!

 19:24:05  wfryer  welcome!

2010-03-11 Seedlings with Podcasting Principal Melinda Miller

63:04 minutes (28.91 MB)

All three Seedlings are here with Principal Miller. Principal Miller just returned from Google Teachers Academy for Administrators. Listen in and find out what the difference is for administrators! We have some awesome Geeks of the Week to share with you and the chat room rocks as usual.

“Geek of the Week” Links for 2010-03-11

Seedlings # 82 2010-03-04 with Mike Gorman

63:29 minutes (29.1 MB)

Welcome to SEEDLINGS! It seems like we have been on hiatus, but we are back. Well, mostly. Alice Barr was unable to be with us for good reasons. She is being honored as a finalist for Maine Teacher of the Year! An update will follow! Go Alice.

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