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Website: http://teacherbootcamp.edublogs.org/2009/08/18/edchat-join-the-conversation/
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Propose #edchat Questions here!

Started by Shelly Terrell. Last reply by Stormy Hunter Aug 5, 2015. 55 Replies

We've been hunting down topics to cover for future #edchat discussions! Please help us out by proposing questions you'd like to see investigated! We'll add them to the twtpoll! We can't do this…Continue

Tags: questions, Edchat

Edchat Twitter List

Started by Shelly Terrell. Last reply by Miss Velasco Mar 11, 2015. 102 Replies

Hello everyone! I started an #edchat Twitter list so people could add the followers to their network & make it easier for some to follow the #edchat conversations. I'll tweet this for people to…Continue

Tags: list, twitter, twitterlist, Edchat

TED Talks with your students?

Started by Benjamin Levy Nov 8, 2013. 0 Replies

Curious to hear how others are using TED Talks in their classroom. Just stumbled upon this gem that Rhonda Mitchell from Trinity delivered to her class. eduCanon was used to embed questions into the…Continue

Tags: TED, edtech, classroom, flipped

Book review

Started by Jenny Aston Jun 11, 2011. 0 Replies

Hi, I am new at this so hope that this is the correct way to make contact. I would like some {about 10} elementary school teacherse to review the 2 books that my company publishes and send comments…Continue

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Comment by David Britten on January 19, 2010 at 9:04pm
The edchats are great but my brain really hurts trying to follow the many great points.
Comment by David Andrade on January 9, 2010 at 12:23pm
I think the #edchat discussions are a great way for us to share, collaborate, and try to solve problems in education. Thanks for starting a great resource!

Dave - http://educationaltechnologyguy.blogspot.com/
Comment by Carlos Fernandez on November 28, 2009 at 11:28am
I agree that time difference is a challenge.
Comment by Tracy Edwards (Lee) on November 28, 2009 at 10:42am
I've been following some of the edchat discussions when I can- I'd like to see one on how different schools are handling filtering issues.
Comment by Cheri MacLeod on November 16, 2009 at 1:25am
I am looking forward to an edchat but wonder how I will cope with the time difference? I'm +3.00 GMT.
Comment by David Kapuler on November 15, 2009 at 6:38pm
Shelly, great job on the Animoto slideshow!!
Comment by Becky Foellmer on November 15, 2009 at 6:32pm
...love #edchat. I was wondering... does anyone think it would be fun to take edchat to Wave one of these times and see how it works there. I think it might be easier to follow the specific trains of thought, and to add to others ideas.
Comment by Rhonda Roysden on November 11, 2009 at 10:23am
I love #edchat! I'm not always that outspoken, but love following the conversation and ideas of so many creative and intelligent people! Thanks so much!
Comment by Henrick Oprea on November 11, 2009 at 9:09am
Having participated in my first #edchat, I'm looking forward to the many others to come! Thank you all for the lively discussion.
Cheers!
Comment by Hadley Ferguson on November 11, 2009 at 8:27am
I find that even when the topic is not particularly pertinent to me, the conversation is fascinating to follow. (I seem to be into alliteration this AM.) Have a good day all!
 

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