Week of September 26 – October 1, 2010

Welcome to the EdTechTalk newsletter for September 26 – October 1, 2010. There were only a few shows this past week – but they are definitely worth a look and listen. This is some of the very best professional development “on demand” you will find anywhere! Remember to check the calendar for upcoming shows regularly on the EdTechTalk home page so you can join in
the conversation in the chat: https://edtechtalk.net/.

Seedlings #93 2010-09-30

and Cheryl as we got the latest from their friend Cherrie MacInnes and
what she is up to in her classroom in Brewer, Maine.

“Geek of the Week” Links for 2010-09-30

Teachers Teaching Teachers #216 “Maybe we dodged a bullet here, but there are nagging issues.” More on the BP Oil Spill 9.01.10

The conversations around Voices on the Gulf continue on this episToWa-step-by-stepode of Teachers Teaching Teachers.  Joining on this show with Gail Desler,  who works with teachers in the Sacramento flyway in California, and three guests from Louisiana: Margaret Simon, David Pulling and one of his students at Louisiana State ToWa-step-by-step University at Eunice, Erin Jackson.

Learn more about teaching and learning about the environment, including references to bird artists John Muir Laws and Olivia Bouler.

EdTechWeekly #169

Guest Host: Camilla Elliott

and Jen welcomed guest host Camilla Elliott, Teacher/Librarian from
Melbourne, Australia, to continue the new format for EdTechWeekly that
offers a deeper look into a smaller number of topics. This week, the
discussion focused on the following:

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