Karyn Romeis writes, "Vicki Davis, on behalf of Atomic Learning, has recorded an online workshop on Web 2.0 aimed specifically at teachers. While it is evident listening to the workshop that Vicki is not a professional voice over artist, she presents an easily digestible workshop in a series of bite-sized chunks. I would like to see something like this being made mandatory viewing for practising teachers. It should certainly form an integral part of ITT programmes." See Karyn's blog.
In the Blog of Proximal Development, Konrad Glogowski writes about using his own voice in blogging with his language arts classes. He writes, "What I am really concerned about, however, is my own voice. For the past three years, my three successive grade eight classes enjoyed blogging and created successful and engaging blogging communities. Most of the time, this development took place without me. While I certainly encouraged my bloggers, discussed their work in class, and posted comments to involve my students in instructional conversations, I have always been absent as a person. This year, I want things to be different." Read the post.
Take a look at Jeff Utecht's Learning 2.0 Ning site which highlights a Shanghai conference from the 14th to the 16th of September.
Online School: An Idea Who's Time Has Come? Read the editorial.
Assorted Stuff discusses the importance of allowing RSS feeds on student blogs. Read the post.