I shared some thoughts relating to videoconfencing on the TechLearning blog tonight in a new post titled, “The future of collaborative videoconferencing.” My thoughts on this were strongly influenced by multiple conversations over the past few weeks, including this week’s discussion with Rachel Tucker of Bonham ISD about a great idea for collaborative videoconferences between U.S. students studying abroad and K-12 public school students here in the U.S. (Rachel’s ideas about this are available in “Podcast127: Ideas for International Study Students Adopting Classrooms and Inspiring Students to Constructively Write the Web.”)
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On this day..
- Good Fair Use Copyright Example in School: "Communities" and The Lion Sleeps Tonight - 2020
- Cell Phone Digital Storytelling with Narrable - 2013
- Visualizing Sharing #edushare - 2012
- Create iPad Stories with StoryPatch - 2011
- Cool Tools for the Classroom by Dr Carl Owens #msmeca11 - 2011
- Leading Schools with Digital Vision in a Bubblesheet World (Slidecast) #msmeca11 - 2011
- To what countries have you Skyped? (from Mississippi) #msmeca11 - 2011
- Outsourcing school district IT staff - 2010
- Online learning at Crescent, Oklahoma - 2010
- Teaching more content with an IWB is not transformational - 2010