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Tech Talk Roundtable 72 | Do Digital Natives use Digital Spears?

Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss their personal learnings and articles of the week. This week they focuse on the article What Digital Literacy Looks Like in a Classroom, by Brianna Crowley, published in the Education Week Teacher magazine. Ms. Crowley addresses the need for embedding the  teaching of digital literacy in the classroom, and across content areas. Inextricably linked to any […]

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Interview 23 | Barbara Tallent and Tina Schneider of LiveBinders

Chris Carter talks with Barbara Tallent and Tina Schneider of LiveBinders.   LiveBinders is an impressive online resource that serves as any number of digital 3-ring binders for teachers, students, administrators, mayors … you name it!  Their combined talents, bringing together the creativity and skills of their Liberal Arts and Business Administration backgrounds, has created […]

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Interview 20 | Shannon McClintock Miller on how libraries are changing

Posted on May 9, 2013 by Chris.Carter in Interview, Podcast Meet the impressively energetic, enthusiastic, and shockingly capable Shannon McClintock Miller. Shannon is the Teacher Librarian & Technology Integrationist who loves connecting, creating, change, advocacy & NOISE. Shannon also is a Teacher Librarian Educational Consultant for Mackin Educational Resources and Rosen Publishing, a presenter and […]

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Interview 18 | John B. Macchione III of George Washington University

Chris Carter interviews John B. Macchione III, a senior at George Washington U.  John has built an impressive web presence, understanding the importance of maintaining a consistent, positive message on the web. For years he has paid careful attention to the potential benefits and pitfalls of social media, and shares his insights with us. Podcast: […]

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Research and Arguments

You’ve heard about it, maybe tweeted, surely posted to Facebook, and you may even know what “Klout” means, and yet the subject of Social Media may remain as amorphous and defying of anything short of a stale textbook definition as it did a whole decade ago, when people actually used the term “21st Century Learning”. […]

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Interview 14 | Andrew Spinner wants students to be Understood

Chris Carter talks with Andrew Spinner, a Chartered Accountant (CA) turned entrepreneur, operating with a team of 3, and founder of, a charity bringing together donors and teachers in need of resources. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Like this:Like Loading…

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Interview 13 | Krista Moroder inspires teachers to be efficient & effective

Chris Carter talks with Krista Moroder of Ed Tech Coaching. Krista wears many hats as a K-12 District Technology Integrator, ISTE Emerging Leader 2012, Google Apps Certified Trainer, Google Apps Certified Teacher, Former English Teacher, and Student TV Advisor, & Theater Technical Director. She is currently preparing to launch a teacher professional development website, Ed Tech Challenge. […]

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