Educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas. Welcome to the “Technology Shopping Cart,” and our third episode when we focus on “Strategies for Helping Teachers Integrate Technology” as well as our “geeks of the week.” Access our show notes below and on our wiki for links to the websites and resources we discussed in this episode. If you have suggestions for our closing “clincher” statement for our podcast series, we’d love to hear them! (We discuss this at the very end of the show.)


Show Notes:

  1. Facebook 1800 (Ning) from MISCS in St Louis, Missouri
  2. National School Boards Association July 2007 report: CREATING & CONNECTING – Research and Guidelines on Online Social — and Educational — Networking (PDF)
  3. Twitter
  4. Travian – U.S. and International site
  5. Gever Tulley: 5 dangerous things you should let your kids do (TED Talk Video)
  6. Our Technology Shopping Cart Podcast Wiki

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5 Responses to Podcast215: Technology Shopping Cart Podcast03 – Strategies for Helping Teachers Integrate Technology

  1. Joel Zehring says:

    I heard mention of a school in Manitoba that uses a wiki as their main school site. Can you post the URL for this wiki?

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    I’ll find out what that site is from Karen or Vicki and let you know! (I’ll link it here as well as email it to you.)

  3. Joel Zehring says:

    I helped set up our new school website by using a wiki as a practice site before we published with CivicPlus (sigh). I wish I could have suggested a wiki instead of paying for a very technical, unwieldy service.
    As a classroom teacher, I need it to be easy, and I need it to be instant, or it’s not going to get done.

  4. Karen Montgomery says:

    Joel: The school is St. Francois Xavier Community School and their wiki is The pricipal is Joe Evans and the wiki is featured
    as a case study on the pbwiki website at

  5. Joel Zehring says:

    Thanks for the follow up! Keep up the great work!

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