Archive for the ‘2009’ Category

Project Based Learning in Hand

Presenter: Tony Vincent Location: Phoenix, Arizona, USA Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page Presentation Title: Project Based Learning in Hand Presentation Description: Handheld computers are everywhere. From mobile phones to handheld games, it’s a very familiar sight to see people of all ages gazing into screens that they can hold. Schools are discovering that […]

K12Online09 Week2 Fireside Chat Archive

The archive of Saturday’s K12Online09 week 2 fireside chat is available! K12Online Echo Webcasts continue, and will be posted on our K12Online Ning Events page. Archived programs are and will be available via the K12OnlineEcho EdTechTalk channel. Our first official “echo webcast” will be Tuesday, January 26th. More details will be forthcoming! Technorati Tags: edtechtalk, […]

K12Online09 Week 2 Fireside Chat on Saturday (9 Jan 2010)

K12Online Community: We hope this message finds you well and looking forward to a great year of learning in 2010! We will host our “week 2 fireside chat” for the 2009 K-12 Online Conference this coming Saturday, January 9th! The week 2 keynote speakers, Rachel Boyd and Diego Leal, will present and engage in Q&A […]

Please evaluate K12Online09

Please take a few minutes and complete the online evaluation for the 2009 K-12 Online Conference! Conference organizers will use your input to make the conference in 2010 even better! Also remember (if you have not already) to join our K-12 Online Conference Ning, and RSVP to attend our twice-monthly live events (The K12Online “Echo” […]

K12Online09 Day 10 Presentations: 18 December 2009

Welcome to day ten of the 2009 K-12 Online Conference! All presentations are listed and linked on our main conference schedule. Build your own custom video playlist at embedr.com Today’s presentations include: KICKING IT UP A NOTCH Remixing History: The Cigar Box Project Neil Stephenson Googlios: When Google Apps Meet ePortfolios & PLNs G. Alex […]

Inside the Global Collaborative Debate: Eracism

Presenter: Vicki Davis, Bernajean Porter, Julie Lindsay, Kim Caise Location: Various USA Locations and Beijing, China Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page Presentation Title: Inside the Global Collaborative Debate: Eracism Presentation Description: This presentation will center around the Eracism Project (the newest Flat Classroom Project), which was proposed by students at the 2009 Conference […]

Steal This Preso! Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom

Presenter: Mathew Needleman Location: Culver City, California, USA Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page Presentation Title: Steal This Preso! Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom Presentation Description: Myths and realities of copyrights as they relate to multimedia projects in the classroom with Mathew Needleman. DotSub Video Presentation Link Blip m4v direct link […]

Googlios: A 21st – Century Approach to Teaching, Learning, & Assessment

Presenter: G. Alex Ambrose Location: South Bend, Indiana, USA Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page Presentation Title: Googlios: A 21st – Century Approach to Teaching, Learning, & Assessment Presentation Description: As the first decade of the 21st century comes to end and blogs, wikis, and podcasts have become more mainstream, it is important that […]

Remixing History: The Cigar Box Project

Presenter: Neil Stephenson Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page Presentation Title: Remixing History: The Cigar Box Project Presentation Description: Neil Stephenson believes in the power of technology to bring the past into the future. Empowered with 21st century tools, Stephenson’s Grade 7 students reinterpret events from five periods that have shaped […]

Ways of Working

Presenter: Chris Betcher Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page Presentation Title: Ways of Working Presentation Description: This presentation explores a range of ideas that teachers could use to make a real-world task richer and more meaningful for their students. Using a large public art event as the focus, it looks […]