This week I had an opportunity to attend and present at the Blackfoot Educational Technology Conference in Missoula, Montana, at the beautiful College of Education at the University of Montana. In addition to taking notes from several sessions, I also recorded and posted session audio to a supplementary podcast channel I’ve maintained for several years, “Fuel for Educational Change Agents” for eight sessions. (Including two of my own.) Here are direct links to those sessions. Enjoy, and thanks to Jason Neiffer, Mike Agostinelli, Lucy Gray, and Martin Horejsi for permission to share these!
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