Keeping you up to date

Well, I haven’t received any worried emails about the fact that I haven’t blogged recently…I feel so unloved! School holidays and the arrival of a student teacher has meant that I have not created any podcasts lately nor thought much about technology and history.

A few things:

  • I hope to be collaborating with Thian, a history teacher in Singapore who teaches 20th century history. We’ll probably end up exchanging podcasts and maybe doing some online lessons through Skype.
  • iHistory is making it into hardprint – a mob called Learning Innovation in the US is writing a book on technology and learning, and iHistory rates half a chapter.
  • I’m gearing up for the second iHistory fieldtrip – a replica of the first but with a different class. The Bendigo Gaol is again accessible, but may not be for much longer. Hopefully whoever takes control of it will allow it to be used for historical purposes.
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2 Responses to Keeping you up to date

  1. johnp says:

    Hi Dave,

    I had noticed that you had been quiet lately though I must admit that when you I go through my feeds I tend to notice the ones that have been updated more :).

    Not sure if you are interested but have you come across Speaking of History at http://speakingofhistory.blogspot.com/index.html ? The blogger Eric Langhorst has a neat teachertube video about a book based history project that is pretty neat.

  2. davefagg says:

    I’ll have a look – thinking of putting some of the iHistory videos I’ve done up there. By the way, do you do technology PD for money? Just thinking of doing some private PD

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