Learning2gether Episode 339
On Saturday July 30 Learning2gether hung out in Hangout in two presentations (where the presenters had sent invitations) which were part of the 24 Hour online edcamp Global July 29th-30th 2016.
Unlike the traditional edcamp, edCamp Global mounted sessions for 24 hours that accommodate any schedule across the globe. In their words, “We are looking forward to educators collaborating with the whole world. Registration will open and the schedule will be available as facilitators volunteer.” For more information:
Learning2gether attended these two sessions:
I hope you will join me in discussing the following three basic questions in the context of digital badges and professional development. 1 – what exactly are badges? 2 – why might you want to know more about them? …. and …. 3 – if badges are so great, why haven’t we seen greater uptake of them by others?
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The presentation linked to three informative documents
- http://bit.ly/TACON2015 (slideshare – promoting PD with digital badges)
The presenter mentioned a chat and Q & A area but this participant was unable to find these during the presentation (later I found out it was the Q & A utility in Google +).
Other participants were interacting with the presenter in these spaces.
Here is how the presentation appeared in
EdCampGlobal: Kidcasts – Podcasts for Kids
New activity on Joe Rodriguez’s event: EdCampGlobal: Kidcasts – Podcasts for Kids
Join us as we explore the topic of Kidcasts or podcasts for kids. What are kidcasts? How can I use podcasts designed for kids in my classroom? Come and share your ideas. Facilitating Joe Rodriguez 5th Grade teacher at The Ambassador School of Global Education in Los Angeles @edtechjoe and by Lindsey Patterson co-host of the Tumble science podcast for kids,@TumbleCast. Feel free to jump in and join the fun.
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The presentation linked to these resources:
- An article in the Atlantic, Where are all the kidcasts?
- All Ears: Podcasts for kids
- Kids Listen, a grassroots organization of advocates for high-quality audio content for children
- Podcasts for kids (a list), http://www.zooglobble.com/podcasts-for-kids-list/
- Tumble Podcasts for Kids, http://www.sciencepodcastforkids.com/#!newsletter/t1gdw
Tumble developers Lindsay Patterson and Marshall Escamilla were dominant speakers in this event
Promotion on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0iHpvGaIUUs
Earlier this week
LEARNING2GETHER Episode 338 Mon July 18 1700 UTC Globinar with Allan Carrington, imagineer of the Padagogy Wheel
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