Hello EdTechTalkers: Welcome to this week’s edition of the EdTechTalk (ETT) Weekly Newsletter! This Week’s Posted Shows:
21st Century Learning #86
Michael Horn Co-author of Disrupting Class
November 24, 2008
Michael Horn, co-author of Disrupting Class and Executive Director of Education, Innosight Institute
joined us to discuss disruptive innovation and school change. This
conversation ranged from what schools will look like in 10 years to
neuroscience and baseball. Definitely check this one out.
12/4 Curtis Johnson, co-author of Disrupting Class
12/11, Patrick Bassett, President of NAIS
21st Century Learning #85
Will Schwalbe Co-author of SEND: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better
November 20, 2008
This week Will Schwalbe co-author of the book SEND: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better joined us to discuss Email. Have a great email story that you want to share with Will? Go to http://thinkbeforeyousend.com/ and add it to their list. Will also has a new venture called http://www.cookstr.com/: an amazing collection of recipes from great chefs and cookbook authors.
week Maria Knee and Lisa Parisi talked about our personalities. How
does who we are affect how we teach? Paul Bogush and Maureen Tumenas
joined us in the Skype call.
2008-11-23 23:15 Sharon Peters fills in for Globetrotting Jen & Birthday Boy Dave
show was all about an interview with Lisa Thumann, senior technology
specialist from Rutgers University and a Google Certified Teacher. Lisa
talked about Personal Learning Networks, Collective Intelligence, and
of course all the many links Lisa shared with us.
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