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Cheryl Oakes

Seedlings @ Edtechtalk, October 2, 2008


56:03 minutes (25.69 MB)

Join Alice, Bob and Cheryl as we chat with Jo McLeay about how her network has been creating a path for sustainability before and after the conference. A little while into the show Sue Tapp hopped into the chat room and then she joined the conversation. It was great to hear about how our friends in Australia are creating virtual spaces for conversations can happen before, during and after conferences. Jo gives some great advice for anyone attending NECC.

Prequel to SEEDLINGS with Sheryl Nussbaum Beach September 29, 2008


14:41 minutes (6.73 MB)

Join Cheryl Oakes and Sheryl Nussbaum Beach in a conversation about how to sustain the excitement and learning beyond a conference day.The follow up with the SEELDINGs show from October 2,2008 where Cheryl, Alice, Bob and Jo McLeay talk about that very topic and how it actually works in Australia!

Seedlings September 25, 2008


61:23 minutes (28.13 MB)

Our SEEDLINGS show this week is a wonderful interview with Tracy Pariseau, a special educator, from Sanford, ME, talking about her students radio show, blogs and use of technology. Tracy is such an inspiration to the cause, all who were in the chat room wanted to join her class. In fact, next week, or most weeks you can join Tracy and her students as they go live for their radio show. You will find the links for Tracy below.

EdTechBrainstorm.2008.08.28


19:27 minutes (8.9 MB)

This week's show begins with a promo from Derek K. Miller for his tunes at http://penmachine.com which he has most generously made available for 'casting on the web. We then check in with Cheryl Oakes, to see what's new with her. Thanks to Derek and the folks at http://ccmixter.org for the tunes, to Cheryl, and all those who joined us in the chat room and post show.

Wow 2.0 Show 84, Geocaching is for you and your students!


65:02 minutes (22.34 MB)

This is the greatest show! It is about Geocaching with Shelia Adams, Deb Boisvert, Beth Goodwin as the geocachers, and Jen Wagner and Cheryl Oakes, Women of Web 2.0.

Join us for a great conversation and you might use this with your students!

The Chat:

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