Ed Tech Crew 220 - Lets eat the Elephant one byte at a time

Podcast number 220 - February 26th, 2013.

[Running time: 1:04:02 mins, size: 46.3 MB]

 

News & Genreral Interest

 
Consultation on the draft F-10 Australian Curriculum: Technologies
ACARA is conducting consultation on the draft Australian Curriculum: Technologies Foundation to Year 10. This includes consultation on Design and Technologies and Digital Technologies. The consultation closes on 10 May 2013.
 
PS4 - New console - no price no console but we have a controller.
 
New Scratch beta is out: http://beta.scratch.mit.edu/
 
If I had Google Glasses
 
Chromebook Pixel

Feedback from listeners:

Wayne Eglington - Stumble upon is pitnerest with more media options?
 
John Pearce - Tweets as a Resume
 
Ian Guest - Device Neutral Assignments for BYOD
 
Teaching Programming
 
Recent studies on the impact of tablet use in schools
 
More Data Maps - A Shimmering, Tweet-Based Langauge Map of NYC
 
Apple Podcast app a Disaster
 
Shush - Mute you mic
 
Image Quiz - Ian Guest
 
Future of Education (University)
 
How to Conduct Scientific Research On the Internet (Without Getting Duped)
 
Transform Your Class One Video at a Time (Rhonda Powling)
 
13 Tech Tools for Verbal/Linguistic Learners (Shelly Terrell)

Games:

Jarrod Robinson - Sploder

Apps & Software:

Shelly Terrell
 
Rhonda Powling - 22 digital skills for every teacher/student
 
Audible Update
 
Amazing Chrome Extension - seriously
 
Moves App (As suggested by Jarrod Robinson)
 
Mr Reader

Videos

Roland Gesthuizen- Self-taught African Teen Wows M.I.T.
(had a very funny conversation with Andrew Williamson around this video - innovative?)
 
TimeLapse from the ISS
 
Steve Jobs Funniest Moments
 
Digital Life (John Pearse)

Events:

Slide2Learn - Perth Conference rego open
 
TeachMeet Melbourne - 16th March
Royal Childrens Hospital
 
Avalon Airshow 1-3 March anyone going?
 

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