Week of October 17-30, 2010

Week of October 17- 30, 2010

Welcome to the EdTechTalk newsletter for October 17 – October 30, 2010! Whew! Two full weeks of 4 video presentations daily for the K12 Online Conference and what amazing presentations! If you haven’t had a chance to check them out you can get links to all of the presentations on the schedule here: http://wiki.k12onlineconference.org/home/for-participants/2010-schedule  EdTechTalk has also had an incredible couple of weeks of outstanding webcasts! There have been fantastic interviews with special guests including students, brainstorming, sharing of links for resources and teaching strategies, and lots of fun conversation! We hope you’ll take some time to download some of these webcasts to your mp3 player, or listen to them on your computer to see what you’ve been missing. You won’t regret it! You will always find the schedule of upcoming shows on the ETT home page with a link to join the live session. We’d love to have you join us in the chat room for any of these sessions.

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Weeks of September 11-25

to the EdTechTalk newsletter for September 11 – 25, 2010. The new
season of EdTechTalk webcasts is off to a rousing start! Welcome back to
Seedlings, ETT21-21st Century Learning, EdTech Weekly, Parents as Partners and

Week of March 13 – 19, 2010

Welcome to this week’s EdTechTalk (ETT) newsletter! It was a great week on EdTechTalk in spite of (or maybe because of) many schools being on Spring Break in the US. This was the week of conversations about building communities of practice particularly in educational settings, and Jennifer Maddrell was the featured personality of the week sharing her doctoral dissertation project and areas of potential exploration on two different shows! EdTech Weekly kicked it off with a lively conversation between Jen and Dave Cormier and an active chat room.

Week of February 13 – 19, 2010

Welcome to this week’s EdTechTalk (ETT) newsletter! One of our goals in providing this newsletter each week is to make it convenient for our readers to quickly review the excellent ETT webcasts that have been posted in the previous week (in case you missed the live session). We just provide the links and highlights in the newsletter, but if you go to the actual link you not only will be able to listen to the recording, but you can read the chat log and additional information provided by the show hosts.

Week of January 9-15, 2010

Welcome to this week’s EdTechTalk (ETT) newsletter! With the start of the new year, activity is really picking up on EdTechTalk! We are excited to welcome our newest webcasters: Robert Squires and his co-hosts on "Instructional Design Live" airing weekly on Fridays at 12:00noon EST, and Susan van Gelder who will be hosting the "K12 Online Echo" webcasts. The Echo webcasts will be in the style of the Fireside Chats ind incorporates video along with the audio and chat.

Week of Dec. 12- December 18, 2009

Welcome to this week’s EdTechTalk (ETT) newsletter!

NOTE: The ETT Newsletter Team is planning to take a short break over the holidays and will resume our weekly newsletters on Saturday, January 9, 2010. That will give all of us a chance to take a breath and get caught up on some of the back webcasts that we haven’t had a chance to listen to yet. Happy Holidays from your Newsletter Gang: (Peggy George, Kim Caise, Lisa Parisi, Lisa Durff)