What is Videoconferencing?
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Thanks for the nomination, Ben!
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Monthly Archives: April 2006
I am delighted to introduce to you another blog about videoconferencing! This one is from Carol Daunt, executive officer of the Australian based Learning Technologies User Group. Her videoconference blog is titled Videoconference Tips & Techniques. She also has another … Continue reading
Are you registered for NECC in San Diego this year? If not, hurry & register! Early bird rates end April 28! I'll be presenting a few sessions & workshops and hope to see you there! Workshop: Designing Quality Interactive Classroom … Continue reading
Can you identify a plant’s habitat? Students from North Elementary, Watervliet, are connected to the Center for Puppetry Arts for the Plants program. Students are learning about plants and their various habitats. They learned about the largest flower in the … Continue reading
Today several of our local Korean War veterans took time out of their schedules to talk to our history students about their experiences. We also had a couple of classes participating from Pennsylvania and Texas. The veterans answered students questions, … Continue reading
Today I'm bridging three sessions of ASK: Night of the Twisters. Students are interviewing Mr. Ostuno, a NOAA meteorologist. This program is coordinated and funded by TWICE. Students read the book and followed the ASK process to prepare questions for … Continue reading
Lately I've been facilitating a few project connections between teachers. Here are some tips based on what I've learned. It starts by one of my teachers generating an idea for a videoconference project. Then I submit the idea to various … Continue reading