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Lisa Parisi

EdTechSomething - Librarian roles, Value of Big Names, & Student Teacher Horror Stories


50:19 minutes (23.03 MB)
EdTechSomething
July 12, 2009
(streamed in place of EdTechWeekly)

Participants: Cathy Evanoff, Jennifer Wagner,  Peggy George, Jamie, Lisa Parisi, Gary McFarlane, & Jeff Lebow

Topics: Role of librarians, NECC reflections,  Next week's EdTechScienceSomething, the ETT newsletter, 'Big Names' in EdTech, Compentence of the latest generation of student teachers, and a few student teacher horror stories.


Conversations #41 2009 06 21


56:05 minutes (19.25 MB)

Lisa, Maria and Sheila talked about plans for upcoming NECC09. They shared advice for newbies and talked about sessions. The audio quality could be better so please bear with us.

Conversations #39


65:45 minutes (22.57 MB)

This week's conversation was started by a May 27  blog post by Lisa Thumann titled Coping with Distractions . As always, Lisa, Sheila and Maria found plenty to talk about with a bit of giggling as well.  The chat room was busy too.

Chat Log

Conversations Episode 38 05-31-09


72:37 minutes (33.24 MB)

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.

 

Chat Archive:

11:36:26  MariaK -> : stream in etta and ustream

Conversations #37


55:10 minutes (18.94 MB)

Prompted by an article he shared from the NY Times, Out of Work in Finance, They Turn to Teaching, we asked Kevin Jarrett to join us. The discussion about the implications of the program mentioned in the article included talking about good teacher preparation programs, mentoring for new teachers, and the teaching profession as a calling.

 

Maria lost the stream several times when skype crashed on her end. The complete audio is in ustream.

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