What is Videoconferencing?
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Thanks for the nomination, Ben!
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Today is the facilitator debrief session for the 123 VC: Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing workshop. We review the summer sessions and decide on changes for next year. With that in mind, I thought I’d share a couple things: … Continue reading
This week in the Jazz Workshop, my participants and I keep coming back to comparing Skype and videoconferencing carts (or standards based videoconferencing – i.e. H323). We’ve been discussing it all week. (For reference, here’s a previous comparison.) Today, we … Continue reading
Here’s a great comment from the Jazz reflections today: What excites me about videoconferencing with staff is the range of possibilities. There really isn’t an excuse for any teacher to not use videoconferencing to enhance curriculum. What excites me about … Continue reading
It’s the first day of another session of 123 VC: Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with Videoconferencing. I have 8 participants for this session: two high school teachers and six 1st and 2nd grade teachers. Today I am just amazed at … Continue reading
One more little tidbit from Jazz last week… these are the words to the song that the participants in Torfaen, Wales sang to us as they said goodbye last Friday: Torfaen BIG BANG song! Start spreading the news. We’re leaving … Continue reading
June has been crazy for me – hence the quietness on this blog! I sure have a list of things to post though. Maybe in July you’ll get to hear about them! June 123 VC: Jazzing Up Your Curriculum with … Continue reading
This morning Bridgman Elementary is connecting to Wales in the UK for a project that was written in the Jazz workshop this summer: Guess My Pet. Before the videoconference started, I noticed the teachers using best practice to set presets … Continue reading
This post is part of a series examining articles on the communication aspects of videoconferencing. Reference Chen, Y. J. (1997). The implications of Moore’s theory of transactional distance in a videoconferencing learning environment. Retrieved from ProQuest Digital Dissertations. (AAT 9802605) … Continue reading
Have you read Clay Shirky’s book Here Comes Everybody? Or at least watched his 20-min presentations on TED Talks? here and here. He suggests that a strong network is a network of dense clusters. This is more efficient than a … Continue reading