Dean, Rob, Rick, and I had the privilege of speaking with Howard Rheingold for our latest podcast. In this podcast we discussed “twitter, community, and the challenges of creating inquiry-based learning”. It was a great conversation where I think we all learned and reflected quite a bit, and I hope you enjoy.
The latest Edtech Posse Podcast is up. This was a live podcast with Dean Shareski, Rob Wall, Rick Schwier, and myself. We started talking about Twitter, and then meandered into a number of random topics. Thanks everyone for participating and listening.
The latest Edtech Posse podcast is up (thanks Rob). This was a conversation recorded last night with Dean Shareski, Richard Schwier, Rob Wall and myself (and a special, mystery presenter!) regarding my latest Flickr Perversion post, balancing openness, Wikipedia, milli-Dunbars, 2009/365, and building social networks. It was a fun conversation (as usual) and we hope you’ll have a listen.
Edtech Posse Podcast 5.1 - Icky Flickr People & Balancing OpennessDownload
Members of the Edtech Posse (Dean, Rick, and I) had the great pleasure of chatting with the brilliant Dr. Michael Geist last night. Dr. Geist is a Professor at the University of Ottawa and is Canada’s leading legal expert on Copyright law. It was a terrific conversation with a lot of information regarding current copyright/copyleft law as it applies to education. While much of the conversation covered the Canadian context, I believe that there is much here that will appeal to international listeners as well.
Thanks to Rob Wall who edited the audio, but unfortunately could not join us in the conversation. Heather Ross, our other Posse member, was also unable to attend.
Flowgram is a nice tool that I think many educators would find useful. Flowgram allows you to take webpages, photos, or PowerPoint presentations, put them into a linear sequence and add audio narration and notes. The result is somewhat like a screencast. It is free, does not require a download, and Flowgrams are embeddable in your blog, or can be shared in other ways (e.g., Facebook, Delicious, etc.)
Chris Lehmann, principal of the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, was last night’s guest in EC&I 831. Chris shared his experience as a progressive educator/administrator, and provided many valuable insights for our participants.
The recorded Elluminate session is available here.
We were privileged to have had David Jakes as our guest on the last Edtech Posse podcast. After a bit of a delay, Rob Wall has masterfully edited and published the conversation. Dean Shareski has posted more details of the conversation including show notes. I had connection problems that night so I only made a brief appearance, but the conversation was great and I am glad I get to finally hear it.
Thanks to David and the Edtech Posse. I can’t wait until the next conversation.
Bud Hunt sat in with us a little while ago. We had a great chat including some discussion of the relationship of optimum podcast length to commute time, educational technologists as change agents and comparing the issues around educational technology in Canada and the United States. We also give you another chance to win one of the coveted EdTech Posse coffee mugs! Listen for more details!
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