It was a great show with Angela, we just responded to the flow of conversation with the chat room and questions! Anglea shares her recent prompts for her daily work with students and with her workshops. You matter! What you say is important. Your work has meaning. The world is expecting your contribution.
If you or your school district are looking at doing things differently for potential drop-outs, this is the show you have been waiting for! Join us as we talk with Mike Muir about his new online Virtual Problem Based Learning Project!
Join Alice, Bob and Cheryl as we interview Mike Muir, The Citadel Group, and professor at University of Maine, Farmington, who is on the ground floor of an exciting program for an online high school completion program for challenged learners, disaffected youth and students needing a different path for graduation!
Join us as we interview John Newlin and Bette Manchester about the Maine Center for International Learning. Last week we talked about SEED and the impact that program had on Maine, now hear how the project morphed to an International Center.This is our last show of the year, unless, we have a Snow Day Show!!! Stay tuned for Ben and Ben next Thursday. Enjoy your holidays with your families no matter where you celebrate. See you in 2011.
What gremlins will try to do to keep Seedlings off the air! At 6:44, edtechtalk was down. I put out an SOS to the Skype network of ETT Hosts. By 6:52, we were live and ready to go, thanks to John Schinker and Dave Cormier! Seedlings went on with Show 100 and our guests Maria Knee and Wes Fryer.Thanks to all who have been part of our 100 Shows.
Show # 100!!! Way back on Groundhog Day, Feb. 2006, Seedlings began a podcast, which soon became a webcast. The show tonight is a look back and a fuzzy look into the future. Without edtechtalk and worldbridges we wouldn't be here.Join us as we have a conversation with Maria Knee and Wes Fryer and walk down a virtual memory lane.