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The Revolution will be Humanized: The Glass Age Approaches

2013-05-27 :: Jeff Lebow
Length: 1m 24s

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84:03 minutes (38.48 MB)The Revolution will be Humanized: The Glass Age Approaches

May 27, 2013

 Particpants; Alexander Hayes, Steve Mann, Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, Vance Stevens, Maria Droujkova, Rob Permanus, Mattias Davidsson, Michael Coughlin


 From Vance's write-up on Learning2gether.net

Alexander Hayes is completing a PhD on wearable technologies.  He feels, in his words, that â€we are on the cusp of a substantial shift in how we consider wearable technologies likely in the next 6 – 24 months … there has been a discernible shift in the “heat” generated from major consortiums now bringing to market technologies that are pervasively poised to radically re-organise what is said, done, remembered and perhaps more importantly re-wired for other parties purposes.

“Google Glass provides us all with a reason to question what it will mean to be interacting with our peers, family and loved ones through the fashion filter of a networked and location aware device. Body worn technologies such as Memoto and Autographer also join the list of data logging devices that we use to monitor and transmit data from our daily activities, either for health awareness, entertainment or myriad of other reasons.”

In this session, members of Webheads in Action, TALO, Worldbridges, and affiliated online communities and thought leaders will discuss the benefits, risks and perhaps harm that may arise with the rollout of second generation intelligent (smart) wearable technologies in our society.


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Educational Technology and Related Education Conferences 2013

2013-04-30

 

Educational Technology and Related Education Conferences

for June to December 2013

Prepared by Clayton R. Wright, crwr77 at gmail.com, May 13, 2013

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Designers for Learning On Air 8

2013-04-24 :: Richard West, Jennifer Maddrell
Length: 1m 4s

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Richard West joined Jennifer Maddrell in a live webcast at EdTechTalk.com to discuss his perspective on how to design and support environments for fostering collaborative innovation, including his research on studio learning opportunities. Rick is an Assistant Professor in the Instructional Psychology & Technology department at Brigham Young University.


64:07 minutes (58.7 MB)

Richard West joined Jennifer Maddrell in a live webcast at EdTechTalk.com to discuss his perspective on how to design and support environments for fostering collaborative innovation, including his research on studio learning opportunities. Rick is an Assistant Professor in the Instructional Psychology & Technology department at Brigham Young University. 

Rick's BYU bio: http://education.byu.edu/directory/view/richard-westRick's personal website: http://richardewest.com/Rick's paper we planned to discuss "Learning to design collaboratively: Participation of student designers in a Community of Innovation" -> http://bitly.com/17iENnHRick's other papers: http://www.mendeley.com/profiles/richard-west1/Contact us on Twitter @jenm (Jennifer) and @richardewest (Richard) 

This webcast is part of the Designers for Learning project. Find out more about the project at http://designersforlearning.org/

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 7

2013-04-18 :: Jennifer Maddrell, Trey Martindale
Length: 41s

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Dr. Trey Martindale joined our live webcast on EdTechTalk.com to discuss the instructional design consultancy established within the Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) program at the University of Memphis ... see http://www.memphis.edu/idt/consulting/ ... From the mission statement of the consultancy, the program equips IDT students for successful careers in e-learning, instructional design, and educational technology through practical experience with real clients. Trey is an Associate Professor in the University of Memphis IDT program.... see http://treymartindale.com/about/

Contact us on Twitter @jenm (Jennifer) and @treymartindale (Trey)

This webcast is part of the Designers for Learning project. Find out more about the project at http://designersforlearning.org/


41:34 minutes (38.06 MB)

Dr. Trey Martindale joined Jennifer Maddrell in a live webcast on EdTechTalk.com to discuss the instructional design consultancy established within the Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) program at the University of Memphis ... see http://www.memphis.edu/idt/consulting/ ... The program equips IDT students for successful careers in e-learning, instructional design, and educational technology through practical experience with real clients. Trey is an Associate Professor in the University of Memphis IDT program.... see http://treymartindale.com/about/

Contact us on Twitter @jenm (Jennifer) and @treymartindale (Trey)

This webcast is part of the Designers for Learning project. Find out more about the project at http://designersforlearning.org/

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 6

2013-04-12 :: Jennifer Maddrell
Length: 55s

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Robert Squires joined our live webcast on April 12, 2013 to discuss his perspective on designing learning opportunities for online students. Robert is the Director of Instructional Design and Technical Support at the University of Montana UMOnline - School of Extended and Lifelong Learning.


55:14 minutes (50.57 MB)

Robert Squires joined our live webcast on April 12, 2013 to discuss his perspective on designing learning opportunities for online students. Robert is the Director of Instructional Design and Technical Support at the University of Montana UMOnline - School of Extended and Lifelong Learning. See … http://umonline.umt.edu/administration/default.php

To contact us: Jennifer on Twitter @jenm, and Robert at robert.squires@umontana.edu

This webcast is part of the Designers for Learning project. Find out more about the project at http://designersforlearning.org/

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 5

2013-04-04 :: Jennifer Maddrell, Jay Wilson
Length: 56s

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56:48 minutes (52 MB)

Dr. Jay Wilson joined our live webcast to discuss his efforts to facilitate authentic learning opportunities for his students. Dr. Wilson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum Studies in the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. See Dr. Wilson's bio at http://www.usask.ca/education/people/wilsonj.htm

Follow us on twitter: @j_wilson and @jenm

This webcast is part of the Designers for Learning project. Find out more about the project at http://designersforlearning.org/

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 4

2013-03-25 :: Designers for Learning
Length: 1m 1s

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This Designers for Learning On Air Event was held on Monday, March 25, 2013. Dr. Molly Duggan joined our live event to discuss her perspective on designing applied learning opportunities for students studying online. Dr. Duggan is an Assistant Professor of Community College Administration at Lenoir-Rhyne University's Center for Graduate Studies in Asheville, North Carolina.  See Dr. Duggun's bio at http://asheville.lr.edu/molly-duggan


61:26 minutes (56.24 MB)

This Designers for Learning On Air Event was held on Monday, March 25, 2013. Dr. Molly Duggan joined our live event to discuss her perspective on designing applied learning opportunities for students studying online. Dr. Duggan is an Assistant Professor of Community College Administration at Lenoir-Rhyne University's Center for Graduate Studies in Asheville, North Carolina. See Dr. Duggun's bio at http://asheville.lr.edu/molly-duggan

This webcast is part of the Designers for Learning project. Find out more about the project at http://designersforlearning.org/

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 3

2013-02-12 :: Designers for Learning
Length: 53s

Tweet This Designers for Learning On Air Event was held on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. Beth Oyarzun joined our live event to discuss her perspectives on applied learning opportunities for instructional designers. Beth has over 16 years of teaching experience and currently supports University of North Carolina Wilmington faculty in their eLearning office. Beth is also in the final stages of completing her PhD in Instructional Design and Technology from Old Dominion University. Beth's bio: http://people.uncw.edu/allredb/The Designers for Learning website: http://designersforlearning.org/
53:47 minutes (49.24 MB)

 

 

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 2

2013-02-04 :: Jennifer Maddrell
Length: 38s

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38:15 minutes (35.02 MB)

 

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Conversations #125 - Blizzard Bags and Snow Days

2013-01-21 :: Adams, Knee, Parisi
Length: 58s

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58:46 minutes (53.8 MB)

With the impending snow heading our way,  Maria and Sheila talked about the possibility of a snow day! Snow days have to be made up at the end of the school year to meet the state's requirements. What if the students were able to do the school work at home and have the work count as a day of school. Some schools have implemented 'Blizzard Bags.'   

Lisa is still 'on leave' and we hope she will be able to return soon and add to the conversation!

 

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Conversations #124

2013-01-21 :: Parisi, Knee, Adams
Length: 42s

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42:01 minutes (38.47 MB)

This week Maria and Sheila talked about caring in our classroom/school and entrusting students to our care (in relation to the Sandy Hook school shootings). (Lisa was unable to join us for the show this week.)

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Designers for Learning On Air Event 1

2013-01-16 :: Jennifer Maddrell, Rick Schwier
Length: 42s

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42:06 minutes (38.55 MB)

 

 

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'Changing Education' by Erika Auger

2013-01-16
Length: 12s

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12:58 minutes (11.86 MB)

From TTT participant, Erika Auger 

Changing Education from Erika Auger on Vimeo.

 

Passion Driven Learning and Project Based Learning styles are two very unique and brilliant ways to teach out students. Can we make this the new way of learning?

Education has been the same for multiple years, why is everyone so afraid of change?

Why can't we make change happen faster?

More from Erika at:  internatpassioncouncil.webs.com  and passiondschool.blogspot.com
 

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2012-12-19 SEEDlings

2013-01-01 :: Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr, Cheryl Oakes
Length: 49s

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We talk Common Core

 

Geek of the Week Links


49:36 minutes (34.09 MB)

 

We talk Common Core

 

Geek of the Week Links

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2012-11-19 SEEDlings

2012-11-29 :: Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr, Cheryl Oakes
Length: 39s

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“Geek of the Week” Links for 2012-11-19


39:31 minutes (27.18 MB)

“Geek of the Week” Links for 2012-11-19

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EdTechTalk Community Meeting - November 13, 2012

2012-11-14 :: Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, Jennifer Maddrell, John Schinker, Paul Allison, Peggy George, Sheila Adams, Lorna Constantini, Alice Barr, Monika Hardy, Cathy Evanoff
Length: 1m 7s

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67:38 minutes (30.96 MB)

EdTechTalk Community Meeting
November 13, 2012

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2012-10-25 SEEDlings

2012-10-25 :: Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr, Cheryl Oakes
Length: 58s

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Geek of the Week Links

ACTEM: Geek of the Week Links


58:14 minutes (40.03 MB)

 

Geek of the Week Links

ACTEM: Geek of the Week Links

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Parents as Partners Episode #53 October 15, 2012 Ignite Parents with Tracy Bachellier

2012-10-16 :: Lorna Costantini
Length: 52s

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52:30 minutes (12.02 MB)

Tracy Bachellier a parent in Stratford Ontario shared how the Avon Maitland District School Board worked with their Parent Involvement Committee to engage parents in a with an event called Ignite Parents. Tracy described how the event was created, organized and delivered to an audience made up of parents, teachers, administrators and community members. 

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Conversations Episode 121 - Welcome Back to School

2012-10-13 :: Edtechtalk, Adams
Length: 1m 5s

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This week marked our first day back after our summer hiatus.  We spent the time talking about the learning we did over the summer and how the start of the school year has been going.  We got into a brief discussion about how important we are to the atmosphere of the classroom.  We will return to this topic at a later date.


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This week marked our first day back after our summer hiatus.  We spent the time talking about the learning we did over the summer and how the start of the school year has been going.  We got into a brief discussion about how important we are to the atmosphere of the classroom.  We will return to this topic at a later date.

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2012-9-27 SEEDlings Season 5

2012-09-29 :: Bob Sprankle, Cheryl Oakes, Alice Barr
Length: 48s

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“Geek of the Week” Links and Links from the show for 09/23/12


48:43 minutes (39.07 MB)

“Geek of the Week” Links and Links from the show for 09/23/12

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Parents as Partners Episode #52 September 24, 2012 Brainstorming Presenters and show ideas

2012-09-24 :: Lorna Costantini
Length: 33s

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33:44 minutes (7.72 MB)

Monday Night September 24, 2012 was the Opening show for the 2012-2013 season. Show hosts Lorna Costantini and Maria Fisk hosted a brainstorming session to gather ideas for the fall shows. @jeanninestamand @shannoninottawa @pgeorge @rggillespie @/DrThomasHo joined and shared some great ideas. 

They included: 

recall guests from the first few webcasts to check on progress and successes.Host a school council meeting to model how to use BlackBoard Collaborate   and other webcasting software Share tech tools that people are using to connect with parentscyclical issues throughout the school year such as parent-teacher conferences, report cardsfood/treats/snacks during class parties and how to meet the needs of all student 

They also gave us a list of possible presenters and they will be announced shortly.

Please continue to share ideas for topics or presenters by completing the following form.

Click Read more to find the form and the chat from this episode of Parents as Parnters.

 

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Conversations Episode 118 - Test Prep...How do we prepare while keeping excitement in the class?

2012-03-11
Length: 1m 17s

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This week, we discussed the difficulties with preparing students for the major state tests without making the whole classroom be about test prep.  With Race to the Top, it's not easy.

Chat:

                                                                    

                                            

20:01:29 marragem : Hi everyone!

20:02:24 connect2jamie : Good evening all!

20:02:56 Sheila : Ahh!  Laminating done?

20:03:18 Sheila : Hi Jamie!

20:03:36 marragem : probably halfway through my laminating. I keep thinking of more things to do!

20:04:38 connect2jamie : Laughing *with* you!

20:05:12 Sheila : Hi PeggyG!

20:05:24 Peggy George : Hi everyone! Froze up in FF and had to move to Chrome :-) Great to be here with you

20:05:38 marragem : Hi Peggy!

20:05:46 marragem : no I'll join in!

20:06:09 Peggy George : Anyone participating in the EVOnline courses now? They have some fantastic courses going on :-)

20:06:37 Peggy George : hooray Amanda!

20:07:03 Peggy George : There is a digital tools course that has about 500 people signed up! Also a multiliteracies course.

20:07:36 connect2jamie : I tried joining in one year, but just too swamped. Couldn't do it justice

20:08:07 Peggy George : I have a hard time keeping up too but they really are great. I do what I can...

20:08:10 connect2jamie : Yes, I think Cheryl is. Usually is, anyway--and she mentioned it on Seedlings this wk

20:09:16 connect2jamie : Don't know about dual touch active board. How's it diff than a smartboard?

20:10:22 connect2jamie : Ahh! Cool! We have Starboards in our district, and there's not nearly as much active support/resources as Smartboard.

20:10:42 connect2jamie : Seems like Smartboard is more customer-focused.

20:11:09 mariak : I love my promethean board.

20:11:43 Peggy George : it's a brilliant idea! saw him demonstrate it in a webinar :-)

20:12:47 connect2jamie : you can say that again, Lisa! Our politicians are the *worst* of bullies!

20:13:07 Lisa Parisi : Yes, Jamie.  So how do we explain to our kids that these are our leaders?

20:15:14 Lisa Parisi : http://www.operationrespect.org/index.php

20:15:35 Peggy George : respect, peace, love :-)

20:16:42 Peggy George : what an incredible concert!!! I wish I could have been there!

20:18:41 Peggy George : autism spectrum creates special situations because they really can't control their reactions to feelings

20:19:39 Peggy George : is it due to autism or just behavioral issues?

20:21:16 marragem : gee - that doesn't happen here. All are included in regular classrooms, no matter how severe

20:22:30 Peggy George : that's the key--they don't read the cues, body language and facial expressions

20:22:53 Peggy George : what a great success story Lisa!

20:23:36 marragem : yes, Peggy - if they have been ascertained and on an IEP. Often that doesn't happen until they're around Year 2, so it can make things rather difficult in Prep and One

20:24:19 Peggy George : I agree Amanda. Those early years are often the most challenging because they lack so many skills--both social and academic.

20:24:59 Peggy George : so true!

20:27:05 Peggy George : yes Maria!! Kids need the language to be able to communicate and understand it.

20:29:57 Peggy George : don't just stay with their home room group

20:31:17 Peggy George : hard to be mean when you're smiling :-)

20:33:43 Peggy George : what is different about this chat log than the one Jeff Lebow uses for Teachers Teaching Teachers and EdTechWeekly? You can't copy/paste in this chat log but you can in those.

20:34:46 Peggy George : Love that Lisa! :-)

20:35:39 Sheila : Welcome tgilley!

20:35:45 Peggy George : you shouldn't say everything that comes into your mind :-)

20:36:02 Peggy George : Hi tgilley-welcome!

20:36:18 Lisa Parisi : Yes, Jamie, but so much of what doesn't get tested is more important than the other things

20:36:24 tgilley : [i]what is the topic of discussion tonight?

20:37:08 Sheila : Awareness of others

20:37:23 Sheila : is the first step.

20:38:41 connect2jamie : We all know that @lisa! Those who are creating the curriculum/worrying about standards, AYP, etc. don't give these wildly important pieces of learning the respect that they deserve. And so teachers have to "sneak" these pieces in. Because we KNOW it needs to be taught.

20:39:19 connect2jamie : absolutely!

20:39:43 connect2jamie : 100% agree @lisa.

20:41:13 connect2jamie : wow.

20:41:33 tgilley : [b][i]I like to teach all these skills through PBL.  You can teach the curriculum, but life skills are sprinkled th[u]roughout.

20:42:12 marragem : and I know that 6 and 7 year olds have been hospitalised due to depression.

20:42:59 Lisa Parisi : Yes, @tgilley, PBL helps with so much of this.

20:43:36 Sheila : We have 4 rules in school. One is Manage Yourself. This allows for great discussions from time to time.

20:43:43 Peggy George : they need to learn the Sandbox Manifesto from Angela Maiers :-)

20:44:37 Peggy George : that's a great approach Amanda! Songs can be so powerful for remembering those things.

20:44:53 Lisa Parisi : http://www.peace.ca/kindergarten.htm

20:45:20 Lisa Parisi : My husband has a child who is now living in a shelter with mom.

20:45:30 Peggy George : wow Jamie! weren't you so glad you discovered that? so sad and many more kids are experiencing this

20:46:16 Peggy George : Robert Fulghum was so right!

20:46:54 connect2jamie : love Fulghum!

20:50:20 Lisa Parisi : http://www.responsiveclassroom.org/article/power-language

20:50:35 Peggy George : not just saying sorry but finding a way to say/show you really are sorry

20:51:31 mariak : A wonderful book

20:52:22 Peggy George : exactly Sheila! parents don't know how to manage their own kids and they're out of control.

20:53:26 Peggy George : too many things in society are out of control and incidents of road rage, political demeaning, etc. are what the kids see on the news and see/hear their parents doing

20:53:40 Peggy George : job security

20:54:08 Peggy George : that's terrible Lisa!

20:54:42 Peggy George : it's a lot about consciousness raising and awareness

20:55:00 Peggy George : that's a battle you'll probably never win Lisa--educators use that term in workshops all the time

20:55:34 Peggy George : :-)

20:55:47 Lisa Parisi : I say boys and girls but I like friends

20:56:32 Peggy George : really good point Sheila!

20:57:47 Peggy George : teachers are counselors!! :-)

21:01:17 Peggy George : wonderful point to end up with Maria! there can be great prejudice against poverty (homeless are perfect example)

21:01:37 Peggy George : their parents feel they need to "lie" about their address to make sure the kids can go to school

21:04:32 Peggy George : whether it's finding the words to use with kids or other teachers, it's really important to find a way to talk about things that concern you and not just look the other way

21:06:35 connect2jamie : I missed that one @Peggy. Will have to go look for it.

21:06:59 Peggy George : rats!!! guess the chat log didn't like what I was typing :-)

21:07:38 Peggy George : I was saying that David Maxfield wrote The Influencer: The Power to Change Anything" Incredible book!

21:08:02 Sheila : Thanks Peggy!

21:08:37 Lisa Parisi : Peggy, if you float the chat, you can drop and drag links.

21:08:57 connect2jamie : Oh my--we have such a wildly red state that the prevailing attitude is just what you described, @lisa. it's ugly and intolerant and sickening. We have many, many teachers who hold those views that you describe. Don't know...

21:09:13 Lisa Parisi : http://www.amazon.com/Influencer-Change-Anything-Kerry-Patterson/dp/007148499X

21:09:45 Peggy George : his interview on Future of Education was really good. You can listen to it there: http://futureofeducation.com

21:10:05 Peggy George : folk songs have so many wonderful messages!

21:10:19 Peggy George : everything on their site is free to download--Operation Respect

21:10:26 Lisa Parisi : http://ettconversations.blogspot.com/

21:11:02 connect2jamie : Bye!!

21:11:24 marragem : Goodnight everyone.

21:11:52 marragem : Bye1

21:11:59 Lisa Parisi : Bye, everyone

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EdTechTalk21 #165: Alan Gershenfeld on Education Gaming

2012-03-08 :: arvind grover, Alex Ragone, and Vinnie Vrotny
Length: 23s

Tweet EdTechTalk21 #165: Alan Gershenfeld on Education Gaming February 15, 2012
Alan Gershenfeld from E-Line Media, creators of Gamestar Mechanic joins us to discuss games and their implications to learning and school.  Alan encouraged all of our listeners to check out stemchallenge.org.



23:32 minutes (10.83 MB) EdTechTalk21 #165: Alan Gershenfeld on Education Gaming  February 15, 2012
Alan Gershenfeld from E-Line Media, creators of Gamestar Mechanic joins us to discuss games and their implications to learning and school.  Alan encouraged all of our listeners to check out stemchallenge.org.

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2012-2-27 SEEDlings with Mike Muir Part 2

2012-02-28
Length: 1m 2s

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Geek of the Week Links 

(23:50:51) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968): Good Evening Everyone! (00:16:24) Cheryl Oakes ~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):  Hello all for our LIVE zombie show

(00:17:10) guest-2416:
Tonight SEEDLINGS is taking over, with permission
(00:22:32) guest-2416:
I love Mike's job descriptions and job titles
(00:22:39) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/more-news-on-auburns-ip...

(00:22:53) guest-2416:
Advantage 2014, Auburn Maine
(00:23:04) guest-2416:
1-1 iPad initiative in K.
(00:23:23) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
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(00:23:29) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/16/confirmed-ipads-extend-...
(00:23:40) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
HI Jim
(00:23:57) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
:)
(00:24:09) guest-2416:
Nice to have you here Jim!
(00:25:22) guest-2416:
Jim, how is the sound?
(00:25:35) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
Excellent.
(00:25:42) guest-2416:
Thanks!
(00:31:50) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
Here's the graphhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/hackedu/Adv2014_ResearchSum120216.pdf
(00:32:42) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/more-news-on-auburns-ip...
(00:37:44) guest-2416:
From Gary Kidd: My district is working with iPads for kindergarteners in one of our primary schools. We are closely following the work in Auburn. Is there a way to get an outline of the PD for Paradigm Shifts work?
(00:38:36) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
Gary:http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/professional-developmen...
(00:39:37) guest-2416:
Professional Development outline for the Advantage 2014http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/professional-developmen...
(00:40:38) guest-2416:
doing one to one right!
(00:43:32) guest-2416:
Branding, social marketing need to be part of your lingo in your schools. Mike explains how this happened in Auburn.
(00:44:08) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
We have learned so many other things by being 1:1
(00:44:42) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
Really important that it's a team of people... Wisdom of the crowd!
(00:45:06) guest-2416:
Yes, collaboration and sharing!
(00:51:30) guest-2416:
Information age schools must develop the talent of everybody, not sort out the best learners. (paraphrase)
(00:52:07) guest-2416:
How can we change our structure.
(00:59:05) guest-2416:
. But it is important to keep in mind that this will develop a teacher’s personal use skill, not their integration for learning skill. That’s not a problem. The problem comes from thinking that if teachers know how to use their iPad that they also know how to leverage it for their students’ learning…
(01:01:02) guest-2416:
http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/professional-developmen...
(01:05:48) guest-2416:
Yes, this is very transparent, all the steps you are following and sharing.
(01:06:47) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
I hope lots of other schools take a look at this model.!
(01:08:09) guest-2416:
Maine is doing great work with customized learning.
(01:10:00) Cheryl Oakes~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):
A cohort of districts in Maine working on customized learning.
(01:11:04) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
www.reinventingschools.org
(01:11:11) Cheryl Oakes~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):
RISC is a project out of Alaska that is award winning.
(01:12:17) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
http://appsineducation.blogspot.com/2012/02/1000-recommended-apps-sorted...
(01:14:02) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nmc-horizon-edtech-weekly/id499356877?mt=...
(01:14:40) Cheryl Oakes~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stopmotion-recorder/id373313019?mt=8
(01:17:30) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
http://www.mcmel.org/lead4change-overview/
(01:17:42) Jim Burke (guest-2967):
Thank you. :) Three days worth of dishes are washed and completed . . . with interesting ideas thrown in.
(01:18:01) Jim Burke (guest-2967): Appreciated.
(01:19:20) Jim Burke (guest-2967):  Night . . . thanks again. . . good stuff!
(01:20:37) Cheryl Oakes~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416): Thanks to the chat room!!


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(23:50:51) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968): Good Evening Everyone! (00:16:24) Cheryl Oakes ~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):  Hello all for our LIVE zombie show

(00:17:10) guest-2416:
Tonight SEEDLINGS is taking over, with permission
(00:22:32) guest-2416:
I love Mike's job descriptions and job titles
(00:22:39) Alice Barr (SEEDlings) (guest-2968):
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EdTechWeekly#209 - What are the big themes in Edtech?

2012-02-27 :: Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, John Schinker, DrewMcAlliste
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57:12 minutes (26.18 MB) EdTechWeekly#209
February 26, 2012

Technology Integration Specialist, Drew McAllister joins Dave, John, & Jeff to discuss his efforts to share the big themes of EdTech with his staff as he transitions to a new position.
http://www.drewmcallister.net/blog/2012/02/what-are-the-big-themes-in-edtech/

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Parents as Partners Episode 47 February 20, 2012 Shannon Smith on Building Personal Learning Networks

2012-02-21 :: Parents as Partners Team
Length: 55s

Tweet Shannon Smith join Lorna Costantini on Parents as Partners on Monday February 20, 2012 to talk about Building Learning Networks. Shannon created a mini-tutorial on how to use Twitter as a tool and in the show demonstrated how to use Twitter with an emphasis on connecting learning for principals, teachers and parents.
55:10 minutes (16.54 MB)

I was pleased to have Shannon Smith join me on Parents as Partners at Edtechtalk on Monday February 20, 2012 to talk about Building Learning Networks. Shannon created a mini-tutorial on how to use Twitter as a tool and in the show demonstrated how to use Twitter with an emphasis on connecting learning for principals, teachers and parents. You will find a link to the video in the LiveBinder for the show. (Link below) Shannon has highlighted some key points on how to create your Twitter accounts. Special thanks to Aviva Dunsiger for taking the mic and sharing how she uses Twitter with her students and their parents. The following video, LiveBinder and Chat log are good tools to use in your school or parent community to promote using social media tools with parents and teachers. I am still reflecting on the sharing of ideas by participants in the chat room. The issue of fear and negativity was identified as a barrier to using tools like twitter. Please take a look what the participants suggested as solutions and share your thoughts. The following is a recording of the show. If you don't see a video here, please refresh your browser.
LiveBinder of the resources for the show. You can find links used by Shannon or shared by participants in the chat. Chat Log . Click here for the full BlackBoard Collaborate recording
Shannon showed us this great video by Nancy White and Suzy talking about starting with Twitter.
Shannon's Twitter Tutorial

If you want some motivation to get your school principal, superintendent or Director to use Twitter send them to this video.

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Teachers Teaching Teachers #279 -Turning "Be You" into "Be Us" with Fred Mindlin, Chad Sansing, Kelsey, Rahul Deodhar - 1.11.12

2012-01-23
Length: 48s

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On this episode of Teachers Teaching Teachers we are joined by:

Chris Sloan,

Monika Hardy, 

Fred Mindlin, 

Chad Sansing,

Scott Shelhart, 

Paul Allison,

Kelsey Shelhart, and

Rahul Deodhar

In addition to getting to know each other better, on this episode, we also brainstorm possible questions for Deborah Frieze's visit on the next episode of Teachers Teaching Teachers. Click Read more to see a copy of the chat that was happening during the webcast.

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Conversations Episode 112 - Character Education - It is worth teaching?

2011-11-26
Length: 1h 2m 11s

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COOLCast - Nov. 17, 2011 - Learning in a Time of Abundance

2011-11-18
Length: 54m 9s

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Parents as Partners Episode 46 November 14, 2011 Joe Mazza Electronic Family and Community Engagement

2011-11-17
Length: 1h 11m 12s

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EdTechTalk21 #159: Richard Kassissieh joins us to Discuss the NAIS Online Learning Guide

2011-11-17
Length: 30m 16s

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COOLCast - w/ Dave Cormier on Rhizomatic Learning

2011-11-11
Length: 1h 12m 22s

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EdTechWeekly#204 - Rhizomatic Learning & Battling the Positivists

2011-11-07
Length: 1h 1m 38s

Dave preps for Week#9 of Change11…

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Conversations Episode 111 - Evaluating Teachers

2011-11-07
Length: 46m 48s

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Nancy White on 'Community' for Change11 MOOC

2011-11-03
Length: 51m 33s

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COOLCast Nov. 2, 2011 - Where is the Change?

2011-11-02
Length: 1h 8m 21s

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EdTechWeekly 203 - OERu, The Missing Middle Piece, & Change11 Interaction ?'s

2011-10-31
Length: 1h 4m 43s

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EdTechTalk21 #158 Jason Ramsden on Social Media and Chromebooks

2011-10-28
Length: 22m 9s

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2011-10-24 Wes Fryer - Playing With Media

2011-10-27
Length: 1h 8m 52s

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Conversations Episode 107 - Back to School Night

2011-09-19
Length: 1h 4m 10s

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EdTechWeekly#199 - Google+ Overview and Education Potential

2011-09-19
Length: 1h 2m 27s

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2011-09-12 Seedlings Season 4

2011-09-18
Length: 37m 7s

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COOLCast#1 - September 14, 2011

2011-09-14
Length: 1h 7m 40s

Collaborative Open Online Learning…

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Conversations #106 - Summer Learning

2011-09-14
Length: 1h 2m 7s

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EduMOOC 2011 Gradcast

2011-08-21
Length: 52m 48s

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The Penultimate EduMOOCast - August 10, 2011

2011-08-11
Length: 1h 9m 32s

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Week#6 MOOCast - August 3, 2011

2011-08-04
Length: 54m 52s

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Week#5 EduMOOCast - July 27, 2011

2011-07-28
Length: 1h 3m 14s

Global Hangout talking about online learning…

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MOOCast - Week#4

2011-07-20
Length: 1h 29m 19s

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MOOCast Week#3 - An EduMOOC Google Hangout

2011-07-13
Length: 1h 14m 42s

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Conversations #105 - Summer Plans

2011-06-28
Length: 1h 2m 26s

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EdTechWeekly #177

2010-12-13
Length: 45m 29s

The EdTechWeekly crew takes and old-school look at some of the recent news and resources from the educational technology world. Dave's Links: http://www.reddit.com/r/WTF/comments/ejzfp/paypal_shut_my_account_today_because_my_business/paypal cancelling ac…

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Conversations #85 December 5, 2010

2010-12-12
Length: 55m 52s

This week we discussed reasons we go to conferences and what we do when we get back to school. Do we become agents of change or do we just continue the week to week routine without making changes based on what we learned by attending the conference? This…

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Teachers Teaching Teachers #226 - Diving deeper into currrent events with students fishing around for relevant topics - 11.10.10

2010-12-11
Length: 1h 7m 7s

This episode of Teachers Teaching Teachers was sparked by a post by Suzie Boss on her Edutopia blog: When the Deepwater Horizon oil well exploded in the Gulf of Mexico earlier this year, teachers across the country recognized an opportunity to bring real…

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Seedlings Show 101 with Bette Manchester and John Newlin

2010-12-10
Length: 1h 7m 48s

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 l…

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Parents as Partners Episode 40 December 6, 2010 Amanda Henson Parentella

2010-12-07
Length: 56m 30s

Amanda Henson, community manager at Parentella joined Lorna Costantini to talk about their private network and how it can promote positive working relationships between parents and teachers. Amanda Henson, community manager at Parentella joined Lorna Cos…

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EdTechWeekly #176

2010-12-06
Length: 50m 48s

This Week's Menu:  Dave's Link: #myedublogawards. The pros and cons of hating awards.http://edublogawards.com/ Jen's Link: With K-12 Online, -> see http://k12onlineconference.org/ ... and Global Ed -> seehttp://www.globaleducationcon…

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Conversations #84 - November 21, 2010

2010-11-23
Length: 57m 46s

This week Maria and Sheila were joined by John Fladd to discuss "What is teaching?" Lisa was away with family. We didn't come up with the answer, but we did discuss teaching and learning. 57:46 minutes (26.44 MB) read more…

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K12 Online Conference 2010 Echo: Seeds to Success with Skype

2010-11-23
Length: 51m 4s

On Monday November 22nd; Susan van Gelder, Peggy George and Jose Rodriguez presents our first Webcast Echo for the K12 Online Conferece 2010 edition.  We had Paula Naugle and Jan Wells with thier presentation "Seeds for Success with Skype".  Be…

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2010-11-18 Seedlings Show 99 with Larry Ferlazzo

2010-11-19
Length: 1h 9m 8s

My hero, Larry Ferlazzo, joined us at Seedlings, Thursday night. I have admired Larry since early 2006, when I became a Webhead. Larry's name was always mentioned as someone who found the best of the best Web 2.0 tools in order to help  English Lang…

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Parents as Partners Episode # 39 Sheila Stewart and Arlene Morell Networking Parent Involvement Committees

2010-11-17
Length: 1h 2m 55s

Sheila Stewart and Arlene Morell joined the show to share their experiences attending the People for Education Conference as well as a conversation about board-wide Parent Involvement Committees and how they can network to support student achievement. Sh…

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EdTechWeekly #174

2010-11-14
Length: 41m 16s

Dave's Link: As a follow up for last week's "online PhDs are awesome" discussionhttp://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/10/education/10kaplan.html?_r=1&src=tptw NYT's article on Kaplan and lobbying to go with our own fun at UPEI. http://www.cbc.ca/c…

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Conversations #83 - November 14, 2010

2010-11-14
Length: 1h 3m 42s

How do we deal with atypical students? Do we even have typical students? 63:42 minutes (29.16 MB) read more…

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Conversations #82 - November 7, 2010

2010-11-14
Length: 57m 55s

Ageism - Does age take away or enhance teaching? What are the perceptions of "young" or "old" teachers in the classroom? 57:55 minutes (19.89 MB) read more…

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Seedlings Show 98 -2010-11-11

2010-11-13
Length: 1h 6m 59s

We all decided that this was part one of more! Kelly Tenkley is an incredible voice for students, parents, teachers, the education community. You must give her a read through her blogs and a listen here at Seedlings! Hello to show 98 with Kelly Tenkley f…

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EdTechWeekly#207 - Looking Back at 2011 & Ahead to 2012

0000-00-00 :: Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, John Schinker
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54:38 minutes (25.01 MB) EdTechWeekly#207 December 18, 2011

Dave's Seven Black Swans for Education in 2…

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2011-12-12 SEEDlings with Homa Tavangar

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Length: 1m 7s

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The author of Growing Up Global, Homa really wowed us in this last live broadcast of 2011.

Growing Up Global: Raising Children to be at Home in the World

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Conversations Episode 113 - Objectives - Should we share them with students?

0000-00-00 :: Parisi, Knee, Adams
Length: 52s

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This week, Maria brought us an article about sharing objectives with students.  This author gave…

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EdTechWeekly#206 - Tech Overload & The Purpose of Education

0000-00-00 :: Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, Jennifer Maddrell, John Schinker
Length: 56s

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56:07 minutes (25.69 MB) EdTechWeekly#206
December 11, 2011

The whole gang is together again as we cover Dave's recent lack…

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Conversations Episode 114 - Serendipity

0000-00-00 :: Adams, Parisi, Knee
Length: 1m 1s

Tweet This week, Maria was sick and the chat room was not hopping.  I guess everyone is busy getting ready for the holidays.  But Sheila and Lisa did have one guest, who we were thrilled to call into our sk…

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ETT21 #161: Bring Your Own Device

0000-00-00 :: arvind grover, Alex Ragone, and Vinnie Vrotny
Length: 33s

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Peter Gow and Chris Bigenho on Bring Your Own Device
November 16, 2011

There has been lots of conversation on bring your own device (BYOD) in the corporate sector. …

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Conversations Episode 115 - What Keeps Us Motivated? New Year Goals

0000-00-00 :: Adams, Knee, Parisi
Length: 59s

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For our first show of 2012, we decided to discuss our goals for the New Year.  This led to a conversation about what keeps u…

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Conversations Episode 116 - Teaching Tolerance in School

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This week, we discussed the idea of teaching tolerance, respect, and acceptance in school.  How do we do this in our classrooms and how do we help parents understand what we are doing?  We were join…

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EdTechTalk21 #163: Al Pittampalli on the Modern Meeting Standard

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EdTechTalk21 #163
Al Pittampalli on the Modern Meeting Standard
January 25, 2012

Al Pittampalli, author of Read This Before Our Next Meeting joined us to discuss the Modern Meeting…

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EdTechWeekly#208 - 2012 Goals, Projects, and Edtechosphere updates

0000-00-00 :: Jeff Lebow, Dave Cormier, Jennifer Maddrell, John Schinker
Length: 50s

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50:16 minutes (23.01 MB)EdTechWeekly#208  January 15, 2011
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EdTechTalk21 #162 Brad Rathgeber, Director of the Online School for Girls

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Length: 26s

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Brad Rathgeber, Director of the Online School for Girls
January, 11, 2012

Brad Rathgeber, Director of the Online School for Girls gives us an update on the progress of…

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COOLCast - January 10, 2012

0000-00-00 :: Participants: Ben Samuels, Carol Yeager, Vanessa Vaile, Stephen Downes, Karen Scarlett, & Jeff Lebow
Length: 1m 18s

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Participants: Ben Samuels, Carol Yeager, Vanessa Vaile, Stephen Downes, Karen Scarlett, & Jeff Lebow

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2012-2-13 SEEDlings with Mike Muir

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Length: 1m 10s

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ETT21 #164: COPPA: Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

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February 8, 2012

Curt Lieneck, Director of Information Technology, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools and Bill Stites…

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