Seedlings Podcast @ Bit by Bit: Show 01

Seedlings @ Bit by Bit Podcast: February 2, 2006
Show 01


This is the first Seedlings show by the York County Division of Technology Integrators.

Cheryl Oakes, Alice Barr, and Bob Sprankle kick it all off with a discussion of the future of the MLTI initiative.

This a new show that for the time being will be hosted once a month at Bit by Bit.


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Groundhog Day Fodder:

gopher ipod

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7 Responses to Seedlings Podcast @ Bit by Bit: Show 01

  1. Cheryl says:

    So, the groundhog saw his shadow, and to me that means 4 more years of the MLTI project continuing. Ever the optimist. I love the groundhog/ipod.

  2. jen says:

    As the garden lies fallow since fertilizer (cash!) is scarce, the SEEDlings’ creativity continues to blossom and bear fruit! This discussion continues the cultivation and sharing of great ideas — I look forward to learning more every month. This confirms that the best teachers of teachers are teachers — and the medium is the message!

  3. Snaggy says:

    Hi Seedlings!

    Thanks for the link to our comic. :-)
    Here’s the archived link…

    Good luck with the podcasts! 😀

  4. Doris Ray says:

    Bob, Cheryl, and Alice:
    Wow! I really enjoyed your “meeting” and eavesdropping on your conversation – What an inspiration you all are – How proud I am to know you guys! Carry ON!

  5. Tadge says:


    I was listening to your seedlings podcast and I wanted to see how you were creating content to help teachers learn about the technology. My job is to work with teachers to integrate technology into the classroom and we have recently been working on a wiki to do just that. I would love to have you check it out and hear any thoughts that you have on it. Please check it out and let me know what you think. Hope you also find it useful.
    wiki link
    Keep up the great work.

  6. Bob Sprankle says:


    That is an awesome site! I will definitely send people to it! Thanks for setting that up!


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