Ain't nostalgia grand?
In this week's episode, Jenny and I talk about our past school lives and just what exactly technology in education was like in our younger days. I actually go back to compiling computer programs with punch cards!
We also explain why Fiona isn't on this week (so you new Fiona fans don't come at us with pitchforks) as well as talking about a couple of interesting sites that we discovered on Twitter. It's amazing how much cool stuff you can find on Twitter. Why aren't you on Twitter yet?
Anyway, the meat of the episode was the interview that I did with Sandy Kendell, who works with K-12 teachers in Texas and helps them with their professional development. We have a long and awesome conversation about social media and technology and how all of this has transformed both the classroom as well as their development opportunities. She's a great person to talk to and also to follow on Twitter if you're involved in the field at all.
And for those you who are just being lazy layabouts on this gorgeous morning (or night, if you're half-way around the world), why not spend just a little bit of energy and go to our Facebook page and "like" us over there?
There may be a cookie in it for you.