Archive for the ‘2007-Classroom2-0’ Category

Classroom 2.0
“If All My Classes Did This”

Wendy Wolfe Saint Paul, MN, USA Blog: Bio Wendy Wolfe has a M.A. in E-Education and Educational Technology, teaches high school social studies and a classroom technology course for Saint Mary’s University. She serves as a consultant to the MN Historical Society and other area schools, presenting at workshops focused on infusing technology and […]

Classroom 2.0
“Design Matters”

Dean Shareski Moose Jaw, SK, Canada Blog: Bio Dean Shareski is in his 20th year in education. He has taught grades 1-8 and is currently a Digital Learning Consultant for Prairie South School Division in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is passionate about the power of networks and advocates for students to be in charge of […]

Classroom 2.0
“Step by Step- Building a Web2.0 Classroom”

Drew Murphy Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada Blog: Bio Drew Murphy is a technology/business teacher at Chatelech Secondary and lives in the beautiful seaside town of Gibsons, in British Columbia. He teaches and manages an in-school online program called Planning 10 and Portfolio. In this program he has been developing innovative online teaching methods and […]

Classroom 2.0
“Sustained Blogging in the Classroom”

Jeff Utecht Shanghai, China Blog: and Bio Jeff Utecht is an international educator currently working in Shanghai, China. Prior to Shanghai. Jeff has presented at both Administrative conferences and Teacher conferences around Asia and the Far East. Recently he helped to successfully organize the Learning 2.0 conference in Shanghai, China. The first technology […]

Classroom 2.0
“Release the Hounds”

Chris Harbeck Winnipeg,Manitoba Canada Blog: and Bio 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 […]

Classroom 2.0
“Initiating and Sustaining Conversations: Assessment and Evaluation in the Age of Networked Learning”

Konrad Glogowski Toronto, Ontario, Canada Blog: Bio Konrad Glogowski is a PhD Candidate at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. His doctoral dissertation focuses on building online communities of learners to facilitate the development of literacy skills at the senior elementary level. Konrad also teaches Language Arts to […]

Classroom 2.0
“Motivating Student Writers by Fostering Collaboration through Tagging and Aggregating”

Vance Stevens Abu Dhabi, UAE Blog: Bio Vance Stevens is a computing lecturer at The Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi, and founder, coordinator, and frequent contributor to Webheads and other online communities of practice and distributed learning networks. He presents, publishes, and blogs on topics such as multiliteracies and aggregation of content on the […]

Classroom 2.0
“Putting the Pedagogy into the Tools”

Anne Davis McDonough, Georgia, USA Blog: Bio Anne Davis is an educator with over 20 years experience as an elementary classroom teacher, an instructional lead teacher, a reading specialist, and an instructional technology specialist. She currently works at Georgia State University in the Instructional Technology Center in the College of Education as an Information […]

“Classroom 2.0 or You Live Where?”

Clarence Fisher Snow Lake, Manitoba, Canada Blog: Twitter: @glassbeed Bio Clarence has been a classroom teacher for the past 13 years. He blogs professionally at, with his class at and has spoken at conferences across North America. Clarence has won several awards, including one of Canada’ highest teaching awards, the Prime Minister’s Award […]

Classroom 2.0
“Travel through Space and Time”

Silvia Tolisano Jacksonville, Florida, USA Blog: Bio Born in Germany, raised in Argentina and living in the USA, Silvia graduated with a Degree in Spanish & International Studies and a Master’s in Instructional Technology. She serves as the Instructional Technology Facilitator at a private elementary school. She was instrumental in establishing and is supporting […]