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Why Haven’t I Posted About Palm Breeze CAFE Before?!!?!


Well-known education blogger and twitterer Lee Kolbert has been hosting a regular short video series on using educational technology for quite awhile, and I just haven’t made a point of spending much time checking it out before today.

I was finally prompted to do so by hearing that she had done a show about my blog, which you can see here (who could resist? :)).

While I was there, I was amazed to see all of the previous programs they’ve done. It’s an obvious addition to The Best Places To Learn Web 2.0 Basics list, and probably a few more.

Here’s is how the show is described:

Palm Breeze CAFE is a weekly show in the School District of Palm Beach County. Hosted by Lee Keller and Kim Cavanaugh, it presents an informal look at technology in education, often as it applies to this school district. The show is aired online every Wednesday, locally on Comcast channel 19 many times each week, and features snippets for on demand viewing.

The shows are short, accessible to those experienced in ed tech and to novices, and engaging. The site is definitely worth a visit.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.


  1. Thanks for the great shout-out, Larry! We definitely need to update our YouTube description. That is from our first year. We are now hosted by Lee Keller, Kim Cavanaugh, and me and Jamey and this year we’ve added Thyme and Frank as regulars, too! We broadcast on Palm Beach County Comcast channel 97 but the best place to find us (for now) is on our YouTube site. We are working on a website that will be more user friendly than YouTube.

    Thanks again for all you do for the educational community. You ARE one of my favorite bloggers. 🙂

  2. Larry, Lee and the gang have a fabulous tech program. With your BEST of list, they are one of the most deserving to be on a Best of list. Hope they have a web site up soon for viewing. Thank you for all the contributions you are making to the educational community. I’m constantly sharing your lists with our staff. You should be in everyone’s Tech PLN.

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