The ever creative Kevin Honeycutt interviewed me today for a video podcast he split into two parts: In the first section I discussed the background of how I started blogging and what is unique about blog conversations. In the second section we focused more on issues of cultural change in schools. This was a lot of fun! Kevin is one of those rare individuals who has a very contagious passion for living and learning, and I really enjoy any opportunity I have to visit with him. In this case he was asking the questions and I was doing most of the talking, but I hope in the near future to do an interview with him, where’ll I’ll ask the questions and do more listening!
We did this interview via a Skype videoconference, but I was actually thinking Kevin was going to publish this as an audio-only podcast– so as a result I don’t think I did as good a job keeping eye contact with him and the camera. Hopefully this will come across well none-the-less. Next time I’ll keep more eye contact with the camera!
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On this day..
- Mapping Media, Cantilevers, and Remixing Lego Movie Tunes in Bethany, Oklahoma - 2014
- iPad Media Camp July 11-13, 2012: 50% Discounts for ISTE, OTA, ODLA, OK A+, CCOSA, TCEA & MACE - 2012
- The Value of Photographic Meta Information - 2011
- First certified African American Teacher in Mountain View Gotebo Schools, Oklahoma - 2010
- Great tech gadget finds at Target this morning - 2010
- New technology on top of the old - 2009
- Advice for graduating seniors - 2008
- NECC button winner: "Here for the learning revolution!" - 2008
- links for 2008-05-23 - 2008
- Interview at KSDE 2007 - 2007