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EdTechBrainstorm -- 14 September, 2006

Ed Tech Brainstorm -- 14 September, 2006

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JL proposes an alternate date for the webcastathon, Cheryl tells us about her new job, Dave talks about hardware and software he's shopping for; and Jen takes us on a tour with Vyew.

Thanks too to Paul and Bud and all those who joined us in the chat room.

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #14

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #14
Sept. 19, 2006
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An Interview with Daniel Kikuji Rubenstein, Math Department Chair at Collegiate School, New York, NY. We discussed Lesson Study (See The Teaching Gap), Blogging in Mathematics, and his new plans to start a new Charter School in Park Slope Brooklyn.

EdTechWeekly #0

EdTechWeekly#0
Sept. 17, 2006
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The pilot episode of EdTechTalk's latest spinoff - a 'rapid fire' round up of news and noteworthy resources.

This week's Del.icio.us Links .
  1. Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day
    Great blog with links to the author's favorite e-learning "pick of the day"

  2. Lonelygirl15' creators admit to YouTube fiction
    New Media 'TRUST' issue - The Truth about 'ficticious reality'
  3. WorldCat [OCLC]
    Search for resources at local libraries

21st Century Learning #13

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #13 - September 08, 2006:

Arvind and I discussed our goals for 21st Century Learning Webcast and goals at our schools for the 2006-2007 school year.

Next week, we'll be moving times to Tuesday afternoon's at 1:30pm EST. Please join us at www.edtechtalk.com/chat.

See our chat transcripts notes


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EdTechBrainstorm September 7, 2006

Ed Tech Brainstorm -- 07 September, 2006

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A conversation with Dave Cormier, Jeff Flynn, Paul Ellerman and Jennifer Wagner in which we discuss Drupal, Elgg and Moodle.

Dave, Jeff, Paul and Jennifer also tell us more about the some of the "edtech" projects they are working on a present.

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