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Best EdTechTalk podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best EdTechTalk podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Sharing conversations on all matters related to Educational Technology
 
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Live interactive webcast where we discuss, comment and generally mull-over all things educationally technological.
 
A weekly roundup of educational technology and resources streamed live at 7pmEDT (2300GMT) at http://edtechtalk.com/
 
WOW2 is for all who are using the tools of the internet whether it be in a classroom setting, leading seminars, authoring books, maintaining blogs or wikis, or just enjoying the tools of the internet in an educational and exciting way. WOW2 is brought to you by Vicki Davis, Cheryl Oakes, Sharon Peters, & Jennifer Wagner - four women who not only love using the tools of the Internet but also love sharing the tools with others.
 
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Sharing conversations on all matters related to Educational Technology
 
This podcast channel (web feed) includes audio-only versions of all presentations published during the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. Learn more on www.k12onlineconference.org. The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2007 conference theme is “Playing with Boundaries”. This year’s conference beg ...
 
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Tweet 34:06 minutes (39.02 MB) Our guest on today's show is Lisa Damour, pyschologist, author, and director of the Laurel School's Center for Research on Girls. Lisa deftly navigated our questions on teenagers, girls, and why adults are so wonky around adolescents. She opens her new book, Untangled, with this line: read more…
 
Tweet 34:06 minutes (39.02 MB) Our guest on today's show is Lisa Damour, pyschologist, author, and director of the Laurel School's Center for Research on Girls. Lisa deftly navigated our questions on teenagers, girls, and why adults are so wonky around adolescents. She opens her new book, Untangled, with this line: read more…
 
Tweet 15:20 minutes (17.55 MB) Alex, Vinnie and arvind kick the 2016 season sharing some resources and the books on our shelves right now. We talked about some of our favorites like Educon. We talked about books/media we're consuming right now: Money: Master The Game - Tony Robbins - educators deserve financial freedom, too. read more…
 
Tweet 15:20 minutes (17.55 MB) Alex, Vinnie and arvind kick the 2016 season sharing some resources and the books on our shelves right now. We talked about some of our favorites like Educon. We talked about books/media we're consuming right now: Money: Master The Game - Tony Robbins - educators deserve financial freedom, too. read more…
 
By Alex Ragone, Vinnie Vrotny, arvind grover - EdTechTalk
 
Tweet 44:19 minutes (20.29 MB) I Have A Question#16 September 14, 2014 Featured Question: Jen has more questions surrounding the set up of a course or project website. While there is likely no "perfect" platform or solution, we contemplate important needs and key decisions. Participants Links Mentioned Jen's Online Course Needs Doc Desigers for ...…
 
Tweet 30:01 minutes (13.74 MB) I Have A Question#15 July 27, 2014 Featured Question: The Ethics of Innovation Participants Links Mentioned Paul-Olivier Dehaye's Teaching Goes Massive on Coursera Reaction from: ELearnspace Inside Higher Ed All MOOCs , Multilitteratus Incognitus Rhizo#14 ED366 Learning Contract and Avoiding Resistance BETT Confer ...…
 
Tweet 27:14 minutes (24.94 MB) I Have A Question#13 June 30, 2014 Featured Question: So Jen, what should we know about service learning projects? Jen Presentations Links University of Saskatchewan Educational Technology & Design Studio Presentation Wiki (currently restricted) Designers for Learning (request for services) Connect with us on.. Tw ...…
 
Tweet 28:27 minutes (26.05 MB) I Have A Question#12 June 22, 2014 Featured Question: How long will it take for educational technologists to just become educators? i.e. Should we not have had black boardists bookists photocopyists before? (Or maybe we did)? from Simon Ensor Participants Next Week's Question: To Be Determined. Please share your q ...…
 
Tweet 31:38 minutes (28.97 MB) I Have A Question#10 June 8, 2014 Featured Question: How do we deal with lower skillset learners? Participants Next Week's Question: To Be Determined. Please share your questions and thoughts on our.... IHAQ#11 Event Pages (please note we'll be streaming 30 minutes early): Google+ Facebook Connect with us on.. Twi ...…
 
Tweet 60:38 minutes (27.75 MB) Women of Web 3 #124 Online Education for Dummies with Susan Manning and Kevin Johnson read moreBy Susan Manning, Kevin Johnson
 
Tweet 61:51 minutes (28.32 MB) Sharon Peters, Cheri Toledo and Peggy George had an energizing, delightful conversation with one of our favorite people, Silvia Tolisano (Langwitches) in this webcast. We had a wonderful conversation about Skype in the Classroom and her global projects. Her newest project is "Around the World in 80 Schools" and sh ...…
 
Tweet 63:34 minutes (58.19 MB) Join us for an exciting conversation with the inimitable and well-connected Lucy Gray who shares with us her passion for what's new in ipod/iphone educational apps, Google Teacher Academy and educational technology. read more
 
Tweet 61:04 minutes (55.91 MB) Join us as we catch up with Karin Muller of Take2 Videos as she shares her vision for the non-profit organization which she created. She was with us last year; it was great to have an update on an incredible initiative which places raw footage of areas of global conflict into the hands of North American students t ...…
 
Tweet 60:10 minutes (27.54 MB) This week, show co-hosts Cheri Toledo and Peggy George carried on while Sharon Peters was in California at the Big Idea Fest conference. We had a fantastic conversation with Dr. Cheryl Ball, an Assistant Professor of New Media in the Department of English at Illinois State University where she teaches classes in m ...…
 
Tweet 56:22 minutes (51.6 MB) Jeff Utecht and wife Daneah share their students from International School Bangkok with us for an evening of inspiration and hope as their students relate their experiences with a very special project: Operation Smile. Daneah and two of the students have created videos to capture the visit the students had with you ...…
 
In the past year we have seen a number of new free web tools used for online professional development. There are tools that can be used in the traditional sense as well as tools that are redefining how we learn in this connected network. In this presentation, we will take a look at some of the free tools that are now available to schools and ed ...…
 
What if you worked for a dream system? With a Superintendent & BOE whose focus is technology and professional development. Would it be a utopian and collaborative environment with teachers and students engaged with Web 2.0 tools? Not necessarily. Having open Internet access and a 1:1 computer initiative is not necessarily the key to engagement. ...…
 
Starting from Scratch tells the story of education transformation. Its point of view is the classroom, with all of its eccentricities and complications. The characters are students, teachers, administrators, and parents, with all of their hopes and fears vying for attention. Its plot shows measured steps down the path of real change. This prese ...…
 
We will present the history and development of the EdTechTalk Channel of the Worldbridges Network through screencasts and audio and video interviews of our show hosts. In little over 2 years, the channel has gone from one weekly webcast to eight weekly interactive webcasts using the newest and most interactive web based media. EdTechTalk is a p ...…
 
This podcast will describe how students in a teacher preparation course at Colorado State University are learning to use Web2.0 tools to create and maintain distributed learning communities. The presentation describes how students are sharing knowledge and leveraging the power of collective decision making.…
 
This podcast will describe how students in a teacher preparation course at Colorado State University are learning to use Web2.0 tools to create and maintain distributed learning communities. The presentation describes how students are sharing knowledge and leveraging the power of collective decision making.…
 
This podcast will describe how students in a teacher preparation course at Colorado State University are learning to use Web2.0 tools to create and maintain distributed learning communities. The presentation describes how students are sharing knowledge and leveraging the power of collective decision making.…
 
For many teachers, Web 2.0 tools offer exciting opportunities for students to express themselves and take command of technology that stretches the mind and reaches outside school walls. For some teachers, these tools are like trying to take a drink of water from a fire hose – endlessly expanding into a bewildering array of choices. It’s a daunt ...…
 
In this presentation, the participants will discuss how the use of Web 2.0 technologies has challenged and changed the concept of acceptable use. The presenter will suggest ways to balance protecting students, teachers, and schools from the dangers of the Internet, while still integrating Web 2.0 technologies into the K-12 curriculum. Also, phi ...…
 
This session is going to take participants on a journey consisting of four segments, which are: 1. Creating your own Personal Learning Network (PLN), 2. Motivating Faculty to expand their PLNs; 3. Mentoring Administrators about the value of PLNs and 4. Engaging Parents to construct PLNs. Upon completion, participant will be given the opportunit ...…
 
Practical ideas on how to implement web 2.0 within the price range.By wfryer@pobox.com (Presenters from the 2007 K-12 Online Conference)
 
With the emergence of Web 2.0 tools, we are seeing a shift in how schools may address teacher growth and development. As well as providing models of practice for measurement for today from self-directed professional growth and learning, we will present the Personal Optimized Learning Environment (POLE) framework for a new innovative measurement ...…
 
Arguably blogging and the whole web 2.0 experience has been one of the most significant growth areas in the use of computers world wide. Indeed the opportunities that this environment offers to education seems endless. Why is it that there are far more teachers who are yet to explore this environment than those that have? Even worse why are som ...…
 
The “women of web 2.0? have webcasted more than 40 shows covering many topics of relevance to the K-16 educational arena. Using screencasts and video, see how four “ordinary” teachers create a weekly webcast with special guests on topics of relevance to the educational community. We will include snippets of some of our favourite shows and demon ...…
 
All teachers should feel like they can be a part of a professional learning environment (PLE) that involves their colleagues within the school, the district, and the world. Many face obstacles when seeking meaningful professional development. Brandi will provide ten technology-infused steps toward creating group collaboration and professional l ...…
 
Successful technology integration in schools requires more than just advocating technology. Technology integration requires instructional understanding, administrative collaboration. and professional development. This knowledge must be combined with an understanding of student needs, school culture, and current education issues. Technology lead ...…
 
Copyright used to be only a problem to teachers as they tried to figure out what they could and could not use. Some just gave up and crossed their fingers. Multimedia projects loaded onto websites only made it worse because now it really did matter where you got it. Fortunately, just as the web has facilitated file sharing, it has also given bi ...…
 
Our examples for this presentation, Youthvoices and Personal Learning Space, are school-based social networking sites, a place online where our students share personal blogs, do research into topics of their own choosing, work with images, and develop profile pages that connect to other students from Canada, Brazil, USA, and other countries who ...…
 
Forty years after the invention of the personal computer, schools still find themselves begging teachers to introduce technology into classrooms. Conventional wisdom attributes the lack of effective technology use in classrooms to a shortage of, or poorly run professional development. At the same time, student-centered learning environments req ...…
 
Our presentation (which will be a collaborative effort led by at least two presenters) will focus in on a collaborative digital storytelling project that brought together about a dozen teachers from the USA (and one from New Zealand) who used video technology to create a collaborative online ABC movie project. We intend to discuss how our proje ...…
 
Using what is happening in my classroom as a backdrop, we’ll endeavor to provide reasons, methods and rationale during our time here that support integration of 21st century tools in education. We will share a few tools and methods that you may not have access to, but much of what you will see is probably available at your school site … you jus ...…
 
Derek will challenge us to hold a mirror to our professional practice and begin reflecting critically on what we are doing with technology in our classrooms, using examples from New Zealand to illustrate the use of reflective practice both at an individual level, and at a whole school and systemic level. He’ll also describe an online tool that’ ...…
 
There is no shortage of "Cool New Web Tools" out there and all three of us are guilty as charged for presenting them to teachers via the firehose effect. In our session, we will begin with a nostalgic nod to our presentation past where just 3 years ago we were talking up "Small Pieces Loosely Joined" - blogs, wikis, and a little RSS. Now there ...…
 
Recognizing that educators want students to engage in and enjoy learning and to have the opportunities for success and that reality often brings hardware and budgetary constraints, this presentation explores free Web 2.0 tools focusing on student learning activities and engagement. For each tool, a general introduction will be made followed by: ...…
 
Design is a word and idea that engulfs so much of our lives. How does it impact our classrooms and schools? How can we begin to think of design as something that we intentionally build into every day. We’ll look at very practical examples and ideas to begin the process of making design and creativity a part of teaching and learning.…
 
This presentation will explore a Concept Mapping solution developed at University under funding by US government agencies. CMapServers are running around the world for accessing, publishing and collaborating in building Concept Maps. CMapTools, use of which can promote the development of high-order thinking skills, is a stand-alone application ...…
 
This presentation will explore a Concept Mapping solution developed at University under funding by US government agencies. CMapServers are running around the world for accessing, publishing and collaborating in building Concept Maps. CMapTools, use of which can promote the development of high-order thinking skills, is a stand-alone application ...…
 
This presentation will explore a Concept Mapping solution developed at University under funding by US government agencies. CMapServers are running around the world for accessing, publishing and collaborating in building Concept Maps. CMapTools, use of which can promote the development of high-order thinking skills, is a stand-alone application ...…
 
This presentation is for educators new to the world of blogging who wish to learn how to use blogs with students in a safe and teacher-controlled environment. It is also for current bloggers who desire a step-by-step example of how to introduce teachers to blogging. The focus will be on creating blogs combined with instructional uses and exampl ...…
 
A series of screencasts showing people how to bend and stretch Moodle to allow for authentic, web 2.0 style, participatory engagement and learning for their students. These screencasts will be accompanied by support files where appropriate, such as backed-up Moodle courses that can be restored on people’s sites as well as any instructional mate ...…
 
Kurt and Jim will focus on two web 2.0 tools that we feel have the potential for immediate impact in the classroom. Kurt will show sPresent and Jim will show Splashcast. The main part will be to show how the site works, but at the end of the presentation Jim will talk about how they might look in the classroom by talking about using them for st ...…
 
Kurt and Jim will focus on two web 2.0 tools that we feel have the potential for immediate impact in the classroom. Kurt will show sPresent and Jim will show Splashcast. The main part will be to show how the site works, but at the end of the presentation Jim will talk about how they might look in the classroom by talking about using them for st ...…
 
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