[Technology 1427] Re: topics and guests for 2008
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Here are some topics I would like to to have us discuss in 2008
1. The potential of the XO (The so-called $100 computer, actually
$188) and other inexpensive laptops for students and self-study
learners in adult and family literacy programs. For example, is the
xo "mesh networking" useful to adult literacy programs where students
need to be connected in a community of learners?
2. Open Office and other Linux-based free software. Are adult
literacy programs using these applications? If so, how?
3. Classroom videos. Is pioneer Barry Burkett alone on the new
digital video-in-the-classroom frontier, or are other adult education
teachers also video-ing their classes, and other teachers' classes?
Let's see and talk about some of these videos? How are they being
used? How could they be used?
4. Integrating technology in the classroom. I would like to hear
from teachers who believe they are doing this. What's the this --
what technology/ies do you integrate, and how? How did you learn to
5. New technologies. What new or improved technologies do you think
have promise for adult literacy education? How would you like to see
6. Student-made slide shows (PowerPoints) . Let's see some good
student examples that are posted on the Web. What was the process for
making them? What have teachers and students learned about making
good slide shows? How are slide shows being used (for demonstration
of attainment of content? For project-based learning? For
disseminating information in a community? For other reasons?
Happy new year, all.
David J. Rosen
djrosen at comcast.net
On Dec 20, 2007, at 3:08 PM, Mariann Fedele wrote:
> Hello Tech list colleagues,
> 2007 has been a good year for the Tech list. Many of us have been
> on the list for several years and many have recently joined. Most
> importantly, a great number of us are posting messages and sharing
> our experiences, resources and professional wisdom on a regular
> basis. To look back at the topics we covered, discussion we had and
> guests who joined us you can go the Tech list archive at:
> To ring in 2008, I hope you can take a moment and provide some
> feedback for going forward.
> What topics would you like to see covered through planned discussions?
> What guests might you recommend for facilitating special discussions?
> What other types of activities would you like to see on the list
> (ex. Planned book discussion, research updates...)?
> What suggestions do you have for actively engaging the subscribers
> to the Tech list?
> Please send your thoughts and recommendations to either the list as
> a whole or to me off-list by January 5th. I will compile them and
> forward them on to everyone.
> Wishing you a happy holiday season and peace in the New Year,
> Mariann Fedele
> NYC Regional Adult Education Network
> Literacy Assistance Center
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> New York, New York 10004
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David J. Rosen
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