Great News! the PATUE Chat home is now at PATUE.ORG
(this page is no longer updated irregularly)
Pedagogy and Technology TuesdayWe have a great opportunity and responsibility here in the heart of the tech revolution to help teachers and parents become more connected by working with all of the stakeholders in EdTech. The conversation needs to be open and ongoing.
We build community by connecting and learning together. I will be hosting a weekly conference series that will also be live-streamed and prepared as a video pod cast. The goal of the workshop is to serve teachers who would like to be connected, but don't have the time to learn how on their own. This connection is achieved through a hybrid approach with a hands on in-the-room workshop (PATUE TALK) followed by an online chat about a relevant topic (PATUE CHAT)
At #PATUE we believe that teachers are the best teachers, if not the best students. This group works cooperatively to share information and tools and develop skills.
PATUE Talk Playlist 2/05
PAST Sessions (not up to date)
#PATUE Chat April 3 starts a 5PST/ 8est topic Homework 2.0 with @Drjolly @Wikibrains and @RickWormeli
The essential Question of the chat is “What are the pedagogical best practices surronding Homework and how can Tech help us meet those best use cases?”
PATUE TALK: teaching digital citizenship with the PLN model
PATUE CHAT: Puppets in Education
PATUE CHAT: Flipped Learning with @techsmithedu
PATUE CHAT: Collaboration in EDucation with the #coflip crew
PATUE TALK: The Gamification of Education with James Sanders of Classbadges.org
PATUE CHAT: Gaming in Education with Sarah Blattner of Tamritz.org.
PATUE TALK: Digital Citizenship, What and How with Dr. Sam Patterson
PATUE CHAT: Using Social Media for social good with Angela Maiers
PATUE TALK: Livescribe Users share session
PATUE CHAT: co-mod Ron Peck Intentional Tech, how to make pedagogically sound tech choices
PATUE TALK : Evernote for Teachers w/guest(s) via PATUE CAST
PATUE CHAT International: Content capture with Livescribe luminary @zbpipe and TBA
PATUE TALK: ERIC from CLACO.com on using Claco in the clasroom
PATUE CHAT: Curating for teaching (CM Lisa Dabbs and Erin Klien)
PATUE TALK: This workshop, presented by the Palo Alto Technology Using Educators, will feature Beth Blecherman, social media maven and technology blogger (@techmama) and Shelley Haven, a specialist in assistive technology for learning,http://www.techpotential.net/.
PATUE CHAT: What tech can actually help my kid learn? Assistive tech, in and out of the classroom.
#PATUE TALK 4-5 pm an entry-level workshop on:
Content Capture in the classroom using Livescribe pen and document camera
In the Second Hour #PATUE CHAT
Texting and Blogging in education with Matt from Kid Blog and Christine Garland from Remind 101 about communicating with students and parents via SM and blogs
First Event: 11/13
The first hour (#PATUE TALK) was an entry-level workshop on:
- How twitter has transformed my teaching
- How to set up a professional account, build a professional platform
- How to find people and interact
- Feeding and care of PLN
The Second Hour (#PATUE Chat) Archived here (Thanks Jeff Herb)
We chatted online with digital curation experts about curation for the classroom. Our in-the-room experts for this were Livebinders.com founder Barbara, and Scott and Jack from Claco.com. Amy Erin Borovoy, a video curator from Edutopia.com also be joined us via twitter.
PATUE isn't just for teachers and parents! I want my friends in the edtech world to be a part of the conversation. We need to be the thoughtful and reflective conjunction of pedagogy and technology.
More connected teachers, more relevant tools, new seamless workflow solutions, all of these are with in the grasp of PATUE.