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K12Online09 Day 8 Presentations: 16 December 2009

Welcome to day eight of the 2009 K-12 Online Conference! All presentations are listed and linked on our main conference schedule.

Today’s presentations include:


Engaging Our Youngest Minds: Integrating the Internet in Primary Classrooms
Angela Maiers

Thriving in a Collaborative Web 2.0 Classroom: The “Great Debate” and “Student News Action Network”
Tom Daccord

Parallel Play or Collaboration-Leveraging the Wiki Platform for High Quality Work
Paula White


Nurturing the 21st Century History Teacher: Research and Examples
Tom Daccord

Living History – Authentic Learning Empowered by Technology
Jane Ross

Around the World with Skype (English version) & Alrededor del Mundo con Skype (Spanish version)
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano

Presentation links on our 2009 schedule page should be updated by 12:15 GMT today.

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