The Women of Web 2.0 skypecast from last week (Wednesday night to be exact) that included an interview with me as a featured guest is available online. There were a few technical problems with some echo effects and Skype bandwidth (I think related to my hotel connection in St Louis) but overall the interview went well and was a lot of fun! The intro song for this skypecast is pretty long, so don’t give up when you start listening… the show starts after a minute or two with “WOW moments of the week” and then goes to the interview.

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Thanks to Jen, Cheryl, Sharon and Vicki for this opportunity to reflect on stages of technology integration, blended learning, and more. 🙂

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2 Responses to WOW2 podcast interview available

  1. Cheryl Oakes says:

    Oh my goodness, the intro song is really long, I missed that in the editing. Sorry, but Meltdown Man by Derrick K. Miller, is a great tune.

  2. […] My thought for this group goes back to something I mentioned in the WOW2 interview last week. We need each teacher at each grade level to participate with his/her students in at least 1 Internet-based collaborative project per semester. And, this needs to be an administrative expectation that is part of the formal teacher evaluation process. […]

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