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Thursday, February 25

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    What does everyone think (duck -- incoming!) about Google's conviction in Italy (its responsibility in the video of the beating of an autistic kid in 2006 that was posted to its site)?
    Dean, do you want to talk about/plug PLP?
    Congratulations to Kyle Lichtenwald and Bud Hunt?
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    Alec brought this up yesterday http://ow.ly/1aqSa and then Dierdre Bonnycastle asked what I thought was a good question. We want schools to discipline students when they do this to another student, but what about when the target is a teacher?
    What does everyone think (duck -- incoming!) about Google's conviction in Italy (its responsibility in the video of the beating of an autistic kid in 2006 that was posted to its site)?
    Dean, do you want to talk about/plug PLP?
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  3. page 6.2 edited Ideas for the show We (living sky school division) are looking at a 1:1 netbook program for all st…
    Ideas for the show
    We (living sky school division) are looking at a 1:1 netbook program for all students in the division. What are some guidelines/best practice for implementing and administering the program? How will/should this change the way learning and teaching work in the schools? Are netbooks a good choice? If we could work this into the program, I'd appreciate the chance to share the ideas with staff and students in the school division. We're examining the feasibility and benefit of this kind of program right now.
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    the ITSummit? - Definitely!
    Alec brought this up yesterday http://ow.ly/1aqSa and then Dierdre Bonnycastle asked what I thought was a good question. We want schools to discipline students when they do this to another student, but what about when the target is a teacher?
    What does everyone think (duck -- incoming!) about Google's conviction in Italy (its responsibility in the video of the beating of an autistic kid in 2006 that was posted to its site)?
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    Teaching other literacies/modes of communication - twitter conversation originating from Dean's tweet. Would Kelly be interested in participating in a discussion? He seemed to have some good counter-points.
    Mike Wesch's talk at the U of R.
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    and why? (The news story and Will Richardson's post re: students having cell phones taken away is a great example. This might be a timely discussion - R)
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  5. page 6.2 edited ... Can we do plugs for TLt and the ITSummit? Alec brought this up yesterday http://ow.ly/1aqSa a…
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    Can we do plugs for TLt and the ITSummit?
    Alec brought this up yesterday http://ow.ly/1aqSa and then Dierdre Bonnycastle asked what I thought was a good question. We want schools to discipline students when they do this to another student, but what about when the target is a teacher?
    What does everyone think (duck -- incoming!) about Google's conviction in Italy (its responsibility in the video of the beating of an autistic kid in 2006 that was posted to its site)?
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  6. page 6.2 edited Ideas for the show We (living sky school division) are looking at a 1:1 netbook program for all st…
    Ideas for the show
    We (living sky school division) are looking at a 1:1 netbook program for all students in the division. What are some guidelines/best practice for implementing and administering the program? How will/should this change the way learning and teaching work in the schools? Are netbooks a good choice? If we could work this into the program, I'd appreciate the chance to share the ideas with staff and students in the school division. We're examining the feasibility and benefit of this kind of program right now.
    Can we do plugs for TLt and the ITSummit?
    Alec brought this up yesterday http://ow.ly/1aqSa and then Dierdre Bonnycastle asked what I thought was a good question. We want schools to discipline students when they do this to another student, but what about when the target is a teacher?

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  7. page 6.2 edited Ideas for the show We (living sky school division) are looking at a 1:1 netbook program for all s…
    Ideas for the show
    We (living sky school division) are looking at a 1:1 netbook program for all students in the division. What are some guidelines/best practice for implementing and administering the program? How will/should this change the way learning and teaching work in the schools? Are netbooks a good choice? If we could work this into the program, I'd appreciate the chance to share the ideas with staff and students in the school division. We're examining the feasibility and benefit of this kind of program right now.

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    5.3 - recorded March 23, 2009 in Winston's Pub
    5.4 - recorded April 23, 2009
    6.2 - recording Feb. 25, 2010
    TLt Summit 2008
    We presented at TLt Summit 2008 on "Posse Round Up 2.0 for Teachers and Learners". (Presentation notes)
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Thursday, January 14

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    Teaching other literacies/modes of communication - twitter conversation originating from Dean's tweet. Would Kelly be interested in participating in a discussion? He seemed to have some good counter-points.
    Mike Wesch's talk at the U of R.
    Suggestions from Rick: What are some of the tools that offend open approaches (reinforcing traditional ways of learning) versus tools that liberate and promote change. Here's another way to ask it: what tools really scare people we introduce them to, and why?
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Wednesday, January 13

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    Self-hosting vs. business hosted tools - ref D'Arcy Norman's blog post - http://www.darcynorman.net/2010/01/12/should-i-continue-hosting-blogs-and-wikis-on-campus/ - Would D'Arcy be interested in discussing this?
    This post from Wes Fryer about storing everything online might be relevant.
    It seems to me like we've talke about that before?
    Teaching other literacies/modes of communication - twitter conversation originating from Dean's tweet. Would Kelly be interested in participating in a discussion? He seemed to have some good counter-points.
    Mike Wesch's talk at the U of R.
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    7:10 pm

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