Tech Talk Tuesdays and eT@lking: this week’s webinars

Tech Talk Tuesdays: What have you been up 2.0?

When: Tuesday, July 19th from 4 to 5pm, Melbourne Australia time (gmt +10)

About the session: This will be an informal session where participants will be given the opportunity to share favourite websites, new or tried web 2.0 tools, projects that require help etc. Please come along and share in the conversations.

Here is the link to the recording

eT@lking: Blogging++

When: Wednesday July 20th, 8 to 9pm, Melbourne Australia time (gmt+10)

About the session: Sue Wyatt, (@tasteach) organiser of the global Blogging Challenge will talk about her new blog Mr Devil, setup so that it is written through the eyes of a Tasmanian Devil soon to travel across the world with her. After 35 years of teaching, with the latter four years experimenting with technoolgy in the classroom and beyond, Sue is about to retire and travel, meeting many of her global blogging connections in her global travels. Sue will share how how she  set up the blog, what features have been included, web 2.0 tools to be used and how she has used global collaboration in its creation. The recent blogging challenge and some its amazing outcomes will also be shared.

Here is the link to the recording.

 

2 responses to “Tech Talk Tuesdays and eT@lking: this week’s webinars

  1. Anne,
    It has been nearly 35 years teaching and only the last 4 using technology in the classroom other than word processing and software games.

  2. Sorry Sue, thought I read the 22 years of teaching somewhere. I have corrected the post to include the details from your comment.

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