21st Century Learning #98: Designing an Open Online Teacher Academy — Part 2

21st Century Learning #98
Designing an Open Online Teacher Academy  — Part 2
March 19, 2009

Week 2 of figuring out how to design an online teacher academy. 

We’re starting to nail down a goal for this academy: 

The goal of this experience is to:
1. Teach online tools in the context of teaching and learning
2. Creating online community to model and sustain this learning

 *Please not that these are in draft form.

This online teacher academy starts by walking its participants through some basic online tools while building a community, and creates a structure for the participants to create and document new work thus leaving a legacy for the next generation of learners. 

With these goals and constructs, where do you see this going?  Leave us a comment here or over at the isenet.ning.com/forum/topics/call-for-a-conversation-onlineISENet ning.


Photo from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jiscinfonet/405736372/

21st Century Learning #82: Tom Daccord

21st Century Learning #82 Tom DaccordTom Daccord

October 30, 2008

Tom Daccord joined us this week to discuss "The Great Debate of
2008" project.  An interesting coversation about using Wikis and NINGs
to facilitate online interactions between students at schools around
the country.  

Next Thursday, November 6th. 2008 at 2:30 EST we’ll be doing a NEIT 2008 preview show.   See you there.


Click Here for the Chat Transcript

Women of Web 2.0 Show #44

Week 44, WoW 2.0, Cheryl, Jen, Vicki and Sharon are joined by Dianne Hammond, from yesican-science.ca for an evening of online collaboration that is out of this world! Why? Because it is a project where you and your class can blog with an astronaut from the Internation Space Station.

SKYPE gave us a little echo at the beginning of the show, for FREE!

Come learn some more.

Chat, and all the great links.

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #17: The Read/Write Web Conference

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #17

The Read/Write Web Conference

October 10, 2006

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This week, we discussed the Read/Write web enabled conference. Alex is on the planning committee and arvind is the Blog manager for the NYSAIS Managers of Information Technology conference at Mohonk Mountain house in New Paltz, New York this November (where EdTechTalk’s very own Dave Cormier will be presenting). We discussed how to extend and enhance the conference with Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, Webcasts, and other web 2.0 tools. No clear decisions were made, but you can track our progress at NYSAIS Mohonk 2006 Wiki page

Ed Tech Talk #47 – O’reilly and the web 2.0 conference controversy