Saturday, March 1, 2008

Episode 9 Being Part of the Solution

Show notes:
Discussion: @ 4:46
Jeff n' Dan discuss their experiences with effective models for school decision-making and problem solving.

Tech Talk: @ 39:17
Jeff Reviews Google Apps for schools and organizations.
And mentions the simplest web page building wiki tool on earth-- Jottit

Media Integration: @ 49:45
Dan suggests a daily online comic, American Elf , despite the occasional bad apple.

Book Talk: @ 58:30
Dan reviews the book Candy Freak by Steve Almond.

Didya See?: @ 1:05:04
TeLL results courtesy of the MEA Educator
MEA Educator touts Regional School Unit #1
Waterville Schools Pull out of Regionalization. Courtesy of the KJ.

Listener Feedback @1:10:57
GEEK!ED! Podcast gives a mention, well, almost.
First Episode turns 50.
Gabcast Tool.

Music in this week's episode comes from Penmachine Podcast. “Meltdown Man” intro music by Derek K. Miller.

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This episode was recorded Feb 29, 2008


Anonymous said...

The plural usage is still common, as this headline from the New York Times attests: “Data Are Elusive on the Homeless.” Sometimes scientists think of data as plural, as in These data do not support the conclusions. But more often scientists and researchers think of data as a singular mass entity like information, and most people now follow this in general usage.

Anonymous said...

Wicked Decent Learning said...

Thanks Anonymous for the link to the Morning Sentinel Article. I made a tiny URL of it here so it can be clicked on in this comment feed.