Chris Harbeck teaches grade 8 math to approximately 140 students each year. He has been teaching middle school students for over a decade and is in his third year of using 2.0 applications and “21st Century Learning” in his classroom. With his strong focus on conceptual understanding, Chris has discovered that using 2.0 tools and applications make math fun and interesting.
“Release the Hounds”
This presentation takes participants along my journey into integrating 2.0 applications and “21st Century Learning” into my pedagogy. The presentation will show how teacher driven assignments and projects teach students some of the skills they need to use these new technologies to enhance their learning. Scribe Posts, Growing Posts and E-Portfolios will provide participants with three different activities to do with their students. The final part of my presentation takes participants into “unprojects”. Participants will learn how to create “unprojects”. For the veteran teacher who is using 2.0 in their classroom this is for you. See how students are more creative and show more enthusiasm towards assignments when they are in charge of their learning.
http://k12online.wm.edu/eportfolios.mp4 (4:31 Run Time, mpeg4, 3.4 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/growing.mp4 (6:09 Run Time, mpeg4, 4.7 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/scribeposts.mp4 (7:10 Run Time, mpeg4, 4.8 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/unprojects.mp4 (8:47 Run Time, mpeg4, 6.5 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/eportfolios.mp3 (4:09 Run Time, mp3, 3.9 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/growing.mp3 (5:58 Run Time, mp3, 5.5 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/scribeposts.mp3 (7:08 Run Time, mp3, 6.6 MB)
http://k12online.wm.edu/unprojects.mp3 (8:42 Run Time, mp3, 8 MB)
Release the Hounds Wiki
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- Week 1 Live Events on Sunday, October 24th #k12online10 - 2010
- Wednesday, October 17 Presentations - 2007
- New Tools
"Trailfire" - 2007
- Classroom 2.0
"Initiating and Sustaining Conversations: Assessment and Evaluation in the Age of Networked Learning" - 2007
- New Tools
"Second Life: K-20 Educators Exploring Virtual Worlds - Panel" - 2007