Learning2gether with Shelly Terrell – Hacking Digital Learning Strategies

Learning2gether Episode 379

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On Wed Nov 29 1400 UTC Learning2gether arranged to meet with Shelly Terrell to talk about her new book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies, which she presented in the context of how her newborn daughter will be raised in a digital world, with so many implications for how she and other teachers can engage their students in the different world that most of us find ourselves in, and that others are even now just entering.

Where? in Bb Collaborate, Webheads Virtual Room


Bb Collaborate Recording:

There’s more information about how to set up your BbC here

Chat transcripts


What? description of the event here

I asked Shelly to talk to us about her new book
Hacking Digital Learning Strategies

And she responded with this WOW set of slides

These were also made available with greater context in her Mission Possible web space, here:

Who is Shelly?


Shelly is a founder of Twitter’s #Edchat. She’s an international speaker, elearning and digital learning specialist and the author of The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers: Small Steps to Transform Your Teaching, Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones and BYOT, and Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom. She has trained teachers and taught learners in over 20 countries as an invited guest expert by organizations, like UNESCO Bangkok, the Venezuelan-US Embassy, Cultura Iglesa of Brazil, the British Council in Tel Aviv, IATEFL Slovenia, EduTECH Australia, and HUPE Croatia.

Full Quote: “Technology has connected human beings more than ever. Our devices connect us to each other and our devices connect to each other to paint a bigger picture about the way we live our lives (health, shopping, education, etc.). More than ever our digital learners need experience using technology to collaborate and solve problems with peers worldwide and they need to know how to make sense of all this data to decide how to live a meaningful life.”

Shelly shares!

I’ve had this book listed at Berry Bush Books since 2011

Shelly’s slides at Webcon Nov 24-25, 2017 – https://conference.iatefl.org/ 

During the presentation, participants could get help or find the livestream of Shelly’s presentation in Chatwing

Participants were informed that Vance was attempting to stream the event live on https://www.youtube.com/user/vancestev/ but that bandwidth issues caused the stream to be broadcast in spurts and to cut out frequently during streaming.

YouTube recorded what it got until the stream stopped and put what it had up to that point in the can. The stream continued intermittently and would have been visible to viewers, but only 7 minutes were recorded until the stream stopped the first time.  The video of that is unlisted and will be replaced when I am able to grab a full version from the Bb Collaborate recording.


Google+ Communities

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Earlier events

Tue Nov 21 1130 UTC Vance Stevens attempts a plenary on Flipping Classes Using Wikis at the ELT for Generation Z Virtual Conference


Wed Nov 22 The Minecraft Project – ISTE VEN Focus Session



Created by Beth S O’Connell  ·  Public event

Today, Nov 22, 5:00 AM – 6:00 AM

The ISTE Virtual Environments Network holds Focus Sessions featuring noted practitioners of education in virtual environments, (usually) every 3rd Tuesday, in an interactive setting

Fri Nov 24-Sat Nov 26 IATEFL WebCon


But you can find many artifacts online regarding the event using this Twitter search


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