Welcome to episode 9 of the Technology Shopping Cart Podcast, a podcast (and now live webcast) where educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas. This episode features a conversation with Heather Chirtea of ToolFactory, Vicki Allen, Karen Montgomery, and Wesley Fryer about podcasting, digital storytelling, mobile podcasting labs, mobile flip video labs, “ushering” technologies which encourage teachers to extend their journeys of learning with educational technologies further, and “manifest destiny” for educational technology use in our 21st century classrooms. Of course we also include a variety of “geek of the week” websites, resources and tips, which includes a discussion of the superb “Global Nomads” organization which facilitates engaging videoconferences for students on a diverse array of subjects. Check out our podcast shownotes for links. We are tentatively scheduling our next live webcast for Friday, September 26th, 2008 at 10 am US central time to discuss challenges and pitfalls of integrating web 2.0 technologies in school districts. We’re asking some special guests from Missouri to join us who are in the trenches of IT and have some interesting perspectives to share. Whether you joined us live or catch the recorded version, we welcome your feedback, comments and suggestions as always!
- Tech Shopping Cart Wiki resources for this show
- Digital Wish
- Mobile Podcasting Lab (Digital Wish / Toolfactory)
- Flip Video Mobile Lab (Digital Wish / Toolfactory)
- Podcasting Grant Program from Olympus and Toolfactory
- Global Nomads
- drop.io – share files to the web by phone, email, web, widget or fax
- Jog The Web
- Amazon Buys Shelfari – 26 August 2008
- CaseLogic SLR Camera Backpack (Heather’s favorite)
- Our Ustream text chat for this episode is available, which includes referenced links.
- Using a Mac, how to webconference using Ustream and skype (thanks Ryan Gordon)
- VickiWiki: Presentation and Workshop Curriculum of Vicki Mongomery
- Gomeric Hill: Blog of Karen Montgomery
- Thinking Machine: Presentation and Workshop Curriculum of Karen Montgomery
- Vicki Allen on Twitter
- Karen Montgomery on Twitter
- Wesley Fryer on Twitter
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On this day..
- Why I Re-priced my Mapping Media eBook from $5 to $15 - 2013
- Better Than Teacher-Created Video Flipped Classrooms: The Power of Student Made Videos - 2012
- Create Appointment Slots on a Google Calendar - 2012
- Exemplary Digital Stories from Kansas, Oklahoma - 2009
- PodCorps.org, Citizen Journalism and StoryChasers - 2008
- Tech Shopping Cart webcast Friday - 2008
- The cutest 5 year old dancer you've ever seen - 2008
- Alexander and Sarah share favorite books - 2007
- New announcements from Apple - 2007
- Instructionally Investing in VoiceThread - 2007