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Edtechtalk shows are recorded during live interactive webcasts. We usually have a guest or two to discuss what they've been working on or share their thoughts about some aspect of ed tech. During the show listeners can skype in to comment and ask questions or they can hang out in the chat room and participate from there.
Recent Episodes for EdTech Talk
DATE: Tue, 28 Sep 2010
SIZE: 15.2 MB
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Teachers Teaching Teachers #216 "Maybe we dodged a bullet here, but there are nagging issues." More on the BP Oil Spill 9.01.10

The conversations around Voices on the Gulf, continue on this episode of Teachers Teaching Teachers.  Joining on this show with Gail Desler,  who works with teachers in the Sacramento flyway in California, and three guests from Louisiana: Margaret Simon, David Pulling and one of his students at Louisiana State  University at Eunice, Erin Jackson. Learn more about teaching and learning about the environment, including references to bird artists John Muir Laws and Olivia Bouler. The conversations around Voices on the Gulf continue on this episode of Teachers Teaching Teachers.  Joining on this show with Gail Desler,  who works with teachers in the Sacramento flyway in California, and three guests from Louisiana: Margaret Simon, David Pulling and one of his students at Louisiana State University at Eunice, Erin Jackson. Learn more about teaching and learning about the environment, including references to bird artists John Muir Laws and Olivia Bouler. Click Read more to see a copy of the chat that was happening during the webcast. 21:03:36 Gail Desler: Hi Peggy 66:31 minutes (15.22 MB)read more

DATE: Mon, 27 Sep 2010
SIZE: 25.8 MB
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EdTechWeekly #169

Dave and Jen welcome guest host Camilla Elliott, Teacher/Librarian from Melbourne, Australia, to continue the new format for EdTechWeekly that offers a deeper look into a smaller number of topics. This week, the discussion focuses on the following: Dave's Link: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/letter_ to_nbc_news_protesting_the_one-sided_presentation_of_ed ucation_nation Jen's Link: There is NO way Jen can pass up speaking with our guest host about e-books in education!!! Here is a post Camilla recently made on her blog ( http://edubeacon.com/ ) sharing a discussion on the topic of e-books see -> http://edubeacon.com/?p=418 Questions for Camilla ... Where are we now vs where should / could we be with regard to e-books and e-publications in education? Are we near an e-publication vs print tipping point? What are the primary road blocks to e-distribution of library content (copyright? DRM / distribution rights? hardware?) Is there a e-delivery model you see as most viable? Camilla Elliott: Google Earth is a powerful tool for learning that provides a level of perspective to learning.Google Lit Trips developed by Jerome Burg and Google Lit Expeditions by Thomas Cooper are two sites that extend the use of Google Earth. A page of resources to support the use of these tools is available on myLinking for Learning wiki. For schools where GE is a problem, Dr Alice Christie has created Google Treksusing the simpler Google Maps which offers options for learning across the curriculum from Kindergarten to Adult. Attention is also drawn to the British Youth of Today project: Plugged in, untapped: using digital technologies to help young people learn to lead. This is a project dedicated to enabling and inspiring young people to lead positive social change. Resources for Victorian students and educators is accessible to all - FUSE portal - content is growing rapidly. Join us for next week's guest Elizabeth Helfant, Instructional Technologist with Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School. EdTechWeekly #169  September 26, 2010 Guest Host: Camilla Elliott Dave and Jen welcome guest host Camilla Elliott, Teacher/Librarian from Melbourne, Australia, to continue the new format for EdTechWeekly that offers a deeper look into a smaller number of topics. This week, the discussion focuses on the following: Dave's Link: http://www.change.org/petitions/view/letter_to_nbc_news _protesting_the_one-sided_presentation_of_education_nat ion Jen's Link: There is NO way Jen can pass up speaking with our guest host about e-books in education!!! Here is a post Camilla recently made on her blog ( http://edubeacon.com/ ) sharing a discussion on the topic of e-books see -> http://edubeacon.com/?p=418 Questions for Camilla ... Where are we now vs where should / could we be with regard to e-books and e-publications in education? Are we near an e-publication vs print tipping point? What are the primary road blocks to e-distribution of library content (copyright? DRM / distribution rights? hardware?) Is there a e-delivery model you see as most viable? Camilla Elliott: Google Earth is a powerful tool for learning that provides a level of perspective to learning. Google Lit Trips developed by Jerome Burg and Google Lit Expeditions by Thomas Cooper are two sites that extend the use of Google Earth. A page of resources to support the use of these tools is available on my Linking for Learning wiki. For schools where GE is a problem, Dr Alice Christie has created Google Treksusing the simpler Google Maps which offers options for learning across the curriculum from Kindergarten to Adult. Attention is also drawn to the British Youth of Today project: Plugged in, untapped: using digital technologies to help young people learn to lead. This is a project dedicated to enabling and inspiring young people to lead positive social change. Resources for Victorian students and educators is accessible to all - FUSE portal - content is growing rapidly. Join us for next week's guest Elizabeth Helfant, Instructional Technologist with Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School. Wiki Agenda Chat log below 56:34 minutes (25.89 MB)read more

DATE: Fri, 24 Sep 2010
SIZE: 31.8 MB
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Seedlings #92 2010-09-23

Thanks to John Schinker who at the last minute got the Edtechtalk server communicating with the Seedlings Crew! When Seedlings went live we were joined by Karen Janowski, Assistive Technology consultant, and our conversation was about "Assistive Technology is the great equalizer" and Universal Design for Learning. Enjoy the podcast! For our #92nd show, we are joined by Karen Janowski, Assistive Technology consultant, Mom, School Committee member, blogger, presenter and a few I have already forgotten! Alice and Cheryl start off the conversation with Karen and Bob breezes in from his favorite school night, Open House! Our show ends up spilling over the one hour mark, but you will love our links, Geeks, and conversations. The Geeks: Delicious The Chat: 69:26 minutes (31.83 MB)read more

DATE: Thu, 23 Sep 2010
SIZE: 10.4 MB
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ETT21 #137: 2010 Goals Show

ETT21 #137: 2010 Goals Show        &nb sp;        &nbs p; September 15, 2010 iPads, GTD, NYASIS Think Tank 2010, NEIT2010, Switch, Professional Development, (TPACK Technology Content and Pedagogy) and more... ETT21 #137: 2010 Goals Show        &nb sp;        &nbs p; September 15, 2010 iPads, GTD, NYASIS Think Tank 2010, NEIT2010, Switch, Professional Development, (TPACK Technology Content and Pedagogy) and more... 22:36 minutes (10.44 MB)read more

DATE: Tue, 21 Sep 2010
SIZE: 29.6 MB
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Parents as Partners Episode 35 September 20, 2010 Aviva Dunsiger

This season's opener got off to a wonderful start with a fantastic presentation by Aviva Dunsiger a Grade 1 teacher at Anacaster Meadow school in Ancaster/Hamilton Region Ontario Canada. Aviva has a wealth of ideas for connecting with parents and making them an integral part of their child's learning. Please listen to Aviva's presentation and follow along with the Slideshare posted below.  We have compiled this http://gl.am/zx2r6 link to provide you with all the links ( and more) that Aviva mentions during the show. How about replacing the agenda book with Twitter? No more lost in the back pack excuses and no more "did nothing today" answers.  Kid blogs, Today's Meet, audio recordings on Evernote, Twitter, Wallwisher are just a few of the many free applications which she has integrated into classroom instruction.  Aviva and her colleagues at Ancaster Meadow school are leading the way.  Chat log will follow shortly.   Presentation for parents as partners View more presentations from adunsiger. 64:52 minutes (29.7 MB)read more

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Great show

Love the live interaction, wish I could get to participate more often live. I look forward to it evry time theres a new show

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