Every week, Steve Hargadon and I sit down (virtually) to talk about the latest ed-tech news. I always find our conversation to be one of the most thought-provoking exchanges I have all week.

This week, we chatted about:

0:22 - My new addition to the Hack Education site, where I'm curating and commenting on some of the education blog posts I've read.

2:17 - Confusion over CIPA, and the growing reach of schools' filters that are now following students and teachers home.

11:19 - What I've learned about how I learn, thanks (in part) to being a serial MOOC dropout.  (Also, I pronounce Udacity as "you-da-city."  I blame the folks on the Digital Campus podcast, which I recorded earlier Friday morning.)

17:00 - Mathalicious takes to fundraising on Kickstarter, and I ask "Why?"

The link to the MP3 of the show is below, and/or you can subscribe to the podcast feed. You can also find the podcast in iTunes, as part of Steve's EdTechLive series.

May 11, 2012

Audrey Watters


Hack Education

The History of the Future of Education Technology

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