Show host guests Lucy Gray and Peggy George join Jen Wagner and Sharon Peters as they invite Jeff Utecht on to the show from Bangkok, Thailand. Jeff shared his excitement about the upcoming Learning 2.008 Shanghai Conference in September. Later we shared some ideas and plans as we head back into the classroom for our next academic year.
Everybody is talking Moodle! Laurie Korte will demystify the whole Moodle mystique. Laurie will explain the ideas behind Moodle and give examples of how this can impact your classroom or your school! Laurie is a District
Technology Integration Specialist her Website is http://moodlemeet.ning.com.
Join Jen, Sharon and Cheryl as we interview and converse with Laurie Korte and the chat room.
A huge thanks to Matt for being our guest and the streamer while I took my Mom out to dinner while she was visiting from Florida! We enjoyed our fried clam dinner, a thunderstorm, and topped off by a rainbow and one happy Mom!
Join our 76th show as the Women of Web 2.0 interview some great teachers from western New York who are using Problem Based Learning with their elementary students. Join Jen, Sharon, Cheryl and Kathy Shields as Brian, Wendy, Martha and Chris talk about what Project Based Learning looks like in their classes and how by having the students solve problems in the area of science has deepened their science knowledge. Vicki is out on sabbatical, but rejoins us next week.
Join the Women of Web 2.0 as we discuss what it means to be a Discovery Educator and then the discussion moves on to Second Life and the presence that DEN members have made on EduIsland. Look for upcoming events.
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