A.T. TIPSCAST Episode #4: FETC 2008 (TOP 5)

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Here is a link to download the audio directly: Episode #4

Hey everyone,
Episode #4 is up for your listening pleasure. Episode #4 contains a short synopsis of my take on FETC 2008 as well as the top 5 things I learned at FETC 2008 (Florida Educational Technology Conference).  During the show I mentioned that I would post some movies and links.  I hope you enjoy them and find them useful in your teaching practice.

Opening Session Panoramic Video: Click here for the video.

Jeff Corwin on The Impact of Teachers on the World: Click here for the video.

***TOP 5 Resources I Learned at FETC 2008***

#5: Frequency of Web 2.0 Applications is Increasing In Education

#4: Classroom 2.0- Social Networking site for educators

#3: Using Your Noodle On The Moodle (Alan Taylor)- Presentation Style Can Be Free Form, Dynamic and Non-scripted/rehearsed

#2: The Amazing Math Toolbox For Teachers (Ian Prietz)- Handouts with links to math resources (some free)

#1: www.voicethread.com- Allows users to post a picture and allows other users to have access to leave voice comments or text comments on the margins surrounding that picture.

I hope you enjoyed the show and please feel free to leave a comment down below or drop me a line at attipscast@gmail.com
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Thanks everyone and happy listening!

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About Christopher Bugaj

Host of the A.T.TIPSCAST- A podcast about Assistive Technology, Differentiating Instruction, and Universal Design for Learning in Public Schools. Assistive Technology Specialist and Speech-Language Pathologist.
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