EdTechWeekly #151 January 24, 2010
Without Dave or Jen, John & Jeff recruit participants from the chat room to join in for an easy going, no pressure EdTechSomething. Thanks to Gary, Cathy, Sue, Leonard, & Sheila
As EdechWeekly begins its summer hiatus, we go on air for an
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
include: Gary McFarlane, Sue Roseman, Alice Mercer,
Bethany Smith, Dave Cormier, & Jeff Lebow
This week was open mic week. Maria Knee, Sheila Adams, and Lisa Parisi were joined by Lucy Gray and Sue Roseman to discuss many topics such as: twitter issues, NECC 2009, and making changes top down vs. bottom up.
This week, Lisa Parisi, Sheila Adams, and Maria Knee led a conversation about dealing with multitasking. They discussed an article from Educational Leadership March 2009 Issue. They were joined in the Skype call by Sue Roseman.
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