21st Century Learning on CJOB

1/03/2009 12:02:00 am

We had a blast! Richard Cloutier was a wonderful host. His passion for the topics we discussed was palpable and he clearly "got it." Thanks Richard for inviting us into the studio.

Dean, Sheryl, Wes, and I were joined by one of my former students, Mark Rabena, and a crowd of educators from across the globe in the chatterous space we had for the event. There were over 1000 comments shared in the online chat. I'm still absorbing it all and will blog about it soon. In the meantime, if you weren't there I made an mp3 file of it without all the commercial breaks. You can listen here or download it to listen on your iPod or mp3 player.

Time: 1 hr 46 min 33 sec Download: 64 MB

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  1. I had a great time listening to the show. You did a great job. Some of the callers comments were interesting. All the best.

  2. I listened real-time, too, Darren. You did such a great job articulating the importance of what you do--everyone did. Good stuff.

  3. Thank you both! It'll be interesting to see if anything develops locally as a result of this. I suppose I'll start finding out at work on Monday. ;-)

  4. Darren,

    I thoroughly enjoyed the interview. I will be sharing it with my colleagues and with my administration.

    A must for my iPod.


  5. Thanks H. I'd be interested what impression it makes on your administrators.

  6. Anonymous11/1/09 12:35

    I just listened to the radio interview from CJOB via Wesley Fryer's podcast which inspired me to visit your blog. I was very impressed with your enthusiasm for technology in the classroom and the ideas that you have come up with. I was particularly intrigued by the use of a blog for daily summaries of what was covered in class that day.

    I plan to post on my own blog about this great interview.

    Keep up the great work!

  7. Anonymous18/1/09 19:04

    I listened over the holidays and am still find myself thinking about some of the things that were discussed - especially how teaching has changed over the ages - how students respond to the blogging assignments and so much more. - very inspirational for me!

  8. Anonymous26/1/09 15:58

    Great work Darren! It's amazing how 'new-age' these technologies are still considered.

    Keep pushing the envelope and congratulations on the recognition.