Saturday, October 18, 2008

Episode 41 ACTEM MaineEd 08 Post Show

Show notes:
Discussion:
Dan, Jeff, Mark, and surprise guest Harold discuss their impressions of the ACTEM MaineEd08 conference. Check out the official conference page at http://www.actem.org/Pages/ACTEM_Conference/index

Links mentioned in the show:

Mark Spahr’s website with live blogging of the conference sessions he attended. http://www.markspahr.com


Seedlings “Geek of the Week” delicious links. These were the links shared at the session. The podcast of the session is forthcoming but should be found soon as Episode 40 at http://bobsprankle.com/bitbybit_wordpress/

Thanks to Michael Richards for setting up the “One Stop Shop” netvibes aggregator which picks up on the MaineEd08 tag. http://www.netvibes.com/actem#ACTEM

Look for other MaineED08 tagged content on Google. http://tinyurl.com/5cjbx6

Jim Moulton’s Web Resources for Teachers http://jimmoulton.org/1.html

Resources from Keynote Speaker Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach http://www.21stcenturycollaborative.com/resources.html
http://21stcenturylearning.wikispaces.com/MAINEducation+2008

Dr. Tim Tyson and Mabry School online
http://drtimtyson.com/
http://mabryonline.org/ & http://www.cobbk12.org/~mabry/

Subscribe to the student video and Mabry School’s iTunes Channel
http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=73888013
Particulary check out the Alamo Book Report and the 2006 Best Video Cinematography podcast.

Liz Davis’s 21st Century Resources for Teacher Wiki http://21ctools.wikispaces.com/

Props to Zach Connerty-Marin and Evan Pryzant of Falmouth High School on Student’s Perspective on Technology

Music in this week's episode comes from Penmachine Podcast. “Meltdown Man” intro music by Derek K. Miller. Bumper music, “Particle Spin 30” Composed by: Roy Dank, BMI (33%), Michael Genato, ASCAP (34%), James Ronaghan, BMI (33%) also from freeplaymusic.com

Listener feedback is encouraged. Contact us at wickeddecentlearning@gmail.com or leave us comments at http://wickeddecentlearning.blogspot.com or on Twitter, name Wicked Decent, or on Skype- Wicked Decent Learning. This episode was recorded October 17, 2008.

2 comments:

Liz B Davis said...

You guys are hilarious. I wish I could have joined you for a drink but I had to drive home (3 long hours). I think we were at many of the same sessions. I too love the 2 minute video idea from Tim Tyson.

Dan, I'm so glad you enjoyed my workshop. We need to continue the conversation about writing our books. We are going to do this!

I'd would be honored to be on your show. I'm practicing saying "dude" right now ;)
-Liz

edueyeview said...

Great post-MaineEd08 show! Spread the word for next year and I'm sure the WDL meetup will be even bigger.
Dan - meant to say hi at Liz's session. Didn't realize it was you until you said something later in the session - and I thought to myself, that's the guy that does the WDL show with Jeff! Funny when you recognize a voice but not a face.
Hope you both do a session of some sort next year. I've been to Jeff's sessions years ago and they were always fun.
In addition to Mark's liveblogs, I covered a couple other sessions with liveblogs and they can be accessed at http://edueyeview.wordpress.com tagged with MaineEd08. I've also got about 100 pics up at http://tinyurl.com/5jkgpw from the conference.
-- Sarah