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It's Elementary #43: Interactive White Boards


44:57 minutes (15.43 MB)

We had a small gathering this week, perhaps due to our change in broadcasting time (now at 8/7/6 pm EDT/CDT/PDT). Alice and Maria, joined by Lisa in the chat room discussed the uses of interactive whiteboards.Discussion included, but was not limited to:

It's Elementary #41: New Years Wishes


49:14 minutes (11.27 MB)

Beginnig of the year edition of It's Elementary Webcast. We are moving our format to one informal chat and one interview per month.  On this occasion, we shared some educational conferences coming up both on the East Coast (Educon 2.2, PETE&C) and West Coast CUE where we expect to go or present. As well as NECC 2010.  We also had a chance to share what we are doing in our classrooms. The fact that there isn't a lot happening that is new and inovative but rather, just using some tools like voicethread and our classroom blogs. For a tech use in the elementary classroom perspective, join is the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month. Check the ETT calendar for up to date information.

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It's Elementary #40: Getting Ready for k12onlineconference 2009


42:28 minutes (9.72 MB)

 

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The It's Elementary crew discusses the k12onlineconference with it's very own Jose Rodriguez and Maria Knee, Co-Conveners.  Make sure to join us for the k12online LAN Party On November 18, the K12Online Conference is hosting a LAN party from 6:30PM to 8:30PM EST. We invite everyone to gather at the LAN party site with colleagues in order to view two past conference presentations and then engage in lively discussions in the EdTechTalk chatroom.

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It's Elementary #39, Video in the Classroom; How to plan for success


55:35 minutes (12.72 MB)

 

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21st Century Learning #108: 21CL Brainstorm Call in...


24:19 minutes (5.61 MB)

21st Century Learning #108Rotary Phone
June 4, 2009 --
A 21st Century Learning Brainstorm Call in...

Alex and arvid reflect on the end of year and plans for the summer.  They discussed professional development in open space and summer social media projects in Flickr and Shelfari. 

Jose Rodriguez joined us to discuss a the protesters who were hunger striking in the Spring. 

Mark Lauria, Executive Director of NYSAIS joined us.

Bill Stites from Montclair Kimberly Academy, in Montclair, New Jersey discussed the use of social media on their  Irish Studies 2009 trip.
 

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