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“Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can - there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did.”
Sarah Caldwell
I offer my hand and am really happy to know I will be able to take yours (Alicia Rey)
Classroom 2.0
New Tools
Personal Learning Networks
Obstacles to Opportunities
Classroom 2.0 or You Live Where?
(Clarence Fisher)
More Than Cool Tools
(Alan Levine, Brian Lamb, D'arcy Norman
The Promise of ICT
(Derek Wenmoth)
Obstacles To Opportunities - The Why's And The Wherefores
(Brian Crosby)
Travel Through Space and Time
(Silvia Tolisano)
Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools
(Liz Kolb)
The Collaborative ABC Project: Using Technology To Tell Stories
(Kevin Hodgson and Bonnie Kaplan)
Challenging Assumptions About Technology Professional Development
(Sylvia Martinez)
Putting the Pedagogy into the tools
(Anne Davis)
Oodles of Googles
(Sharon Betts)
Creating PLE's with TLC
(Brandi Caldwell)
Crossing the Copyright Boundary in the Digital Age
(Karen Richardson)
Motivating student writers by fostering collaboration through tagging and aggregating
(Vance Stevens, Nelba Quintana, Doris Molero, Saša Sirk, and Rita Zeinstejer)
Flat Agents of Change
(Cheryl Oakes, Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr)
Building Online Communities for Youth
(Lee Baber, Paul Allison, Susan Ettenheim and Thomas Locke)
The Technology Specialist as Teacher Leader: Strategies to Ensure Successful Technology Integration and Student Learning in Schools
(Patrick Ledesma)
Assessment and Evaluation
(Konrad Glogowski)
Second Life: K-20 Educators Exploring Virtual Worlds - Panel
(Kevin Jarrett and Sylvia Martinez)
Webcasting for Educators: Expanding the Conversation
(Jen Wagner, Cheryl Oakes, Vicki Davis, Sharon Peters)
Pushing the Envelope or how to integrate web 2.0 tools on a shoestring
(Lisa Durff)
Release the Hounds
(Chris Harbeck)
(April Chamberlain)
Building a Yardstick for PD Success: Establishing Key Performance Indicators for Web 2.0 Personal Optimized Learning Environments
(Sharon Peters, Vincent Jansen)
Me blog? No way!!!
(John Pearce)
Step by Step- building a web2.0 classroom
(Drew Murphy)
The Electric Slide! Twenty-First Century Style
(Kurt Paccio and James Gates)
Changing a system: Network centric learning communities
(James Folkestad)
Web 2.0 Share the Adventure
(Sylvia Martinez)
Sustained blogging in the classroom
(Jeff Utecht)
LMS 2.0 - Engaging Learners Using More Advanced Techniques and the Odd Mash-up inside Moodle
(Jason Hando)
Expanding Horizons - Engaging the Adult Members of your Community (Teachers, Administrators, and Parents) through the use of Personal/Professional Learning Networks
(Vinnie Vrotny)
Acceptable Use and the Web 2.0
(Joseph Bires)
Design Matters
(Dean Shareski)
Learn to Blog : Blog to Learn
(Anne Davis)
Online Professional Development
(Jeff Utecht)
Starting From Scratch: Framing Change for All Stakeholders
(Ben Wilkoff)
If All My Classes Did This
(Wendy Wolfe)
Collaborative Concept Mapping - Breaking the Bounds of Location and Time... for $0.00 per Seat
(Frank Pirrone)
EdTechTalk: A Network of Homegrown Webcasters
(Alex Ragone and Arvind Grover)
Creating a paradigm shift in technology
(Shawn Nutting)
When Night Falls (the Moderators of our closing event helping each other learn how to navigate Elluminate)