EdTechTalk21 #165: Alan Gershenfeld on Education Gaming No ratings yet.

EdTechTalk21 #165: Alan Gershenfeld on Education Gaming 

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February 15, 2012
Alan Gershenfeld from E-Line Media, creators of Gamestar Mechanic joins us to discuss games and their implications to learning and school.  Alan encouraged all of our listeners to check out stemchallenge.org.

2012-2-27 SEEDlings with Mike Muir Part 2 No ratings yet.

Geek
of the Week Links
 

(23:50:51) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)
(guest-2968):
 Good
Evening Everyone!
(00:16:24) Cheryl
Oakes ~ SEEDLINGS (guest-2416):
 
Hello
all for our LIVE zombie show

(00:17:10) guest-2416:
Tonight SEEDLINGS is taking over, with permission
(00:22:32) guest-2416:
I love Mike’s job descriptions and job titles
(00:22:39) Alice Barr (SEEDlings)
(guest-2968):

http://multiplepathways.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/more-news-on-auburns-ip…

2011-05-12 Seedlings Show 115 with Chris Bugaj No ratings yet.

We are joined by Chris Bugaj, a fellow podcaster who produces the A.T.Tipcast and has just published the book The Fun and Practical Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools  He has some great ideas for using Universal Design for Learning methods in school. WE also hear about Chris’ other project, Night Stories

Geek of the Week links

 cheryloakes~Seedlings -> Welcome, getting ready for Seedlings with Chris Bugaj, Assistive Technology, the practical guide in public schools!

Teachers Teaching Teachers #241 – Why we love the National Writing Project and why Federal funding is important – 3.30.11 No ratings yet.

Several leaders in the National Writing Project–Paul Oh, Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, and Troy Hicks–joined us from Washington DC where
they were working to lobby members of Congress today, Thursday, March 31.

Also Chad Sansing, Zac Chase, and Andrea Zellner joined us on the Skype conversation–as well as many friends in the chat. Chad has been organizing a
blogging effort going on around the country.  Here’s what he is asking
supporters of the NWP to do:

Please add your voice to the chorus of educators from around the country who are blogging in support of the NWP.
We’re trying to accumulate 1,000 blog posts by April 8, when the next
Continuing Resolution for the federal budget expires. There are already
nearly 150 posts – moving stories of the impact of the NWP on the lives
of teachers and students – at the archive: http://coopcatalyst.wordpress.com/2011/03/15/the-blog4nwp-archive/ You can tweet or email your blog post URL to Chad Sansing (twitter: @chadsansing; email: csansing@gmail.com)
who has been organizing this effort, or post it to this discussion and
we’ll make sure it gets added to the archive. Remember to try to tag
your posts with: #blog4nwp. FYI, we’ve gotten a few responses on
twitter to this effort from the press office of the Department of
Education (see: http://www.andrea-zellner.com/archives/629 and http://aetweets.wordpress.com/2011/03/25/blog4nwp-and-being-bossy/), so let’s keep it up!
Check out what folks have written to get an idea of what you might add
but more importantly take a few minutes to add your story (stories).

Listen to find out what we can do to help restore funding to the National Writing
Project. Then find your own ways to add your voice the the the chorus singing praises to the
National Writing Project!

Click Read more to see a copy of the chat that was happening during the webcast.

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