EdTechTalk Newsletter Week of January 10, 2009 – January 16, 2009

Welcome to this week’s edition of the EdTechTalk (ETT) Weekly Newsletter. Many shows were on break for the Christmas and New Year holiday – they are just now getting back into the swing of things.The posted shows reveal interesting conversations continued on ETT as well as other places in the Edublogosphere. I’m still mulling the conversation with Wicked Decent Learning from SEEDLINGS, but also of note was the Educon 2.1 Preview on It’s Elementary #28. Educon 2.1 is convening this coming week in Philadelphia.

  • EdTechWeekly #110  2009-01-11 22:12
    Dave, John, Jeff, and Jen talk about new (and some old and some
    not yet available) resources and stories in education and technology.


  • Maria Knee and Lisa Parisi were joined by Amanda Marrinan, Alice Mercer, and
    Sheila Adams to discuss the importance of differentiating instruction
    for all students.

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