Announcing K12 Online 2007 Presenters

The 2006 K-12 Online Conference provided outstanding opportunities for free, collaborative, accessible professional learning for educators around the globe. The 2007 conference is shaping up to provide more exceptional learning opportunities in the same spirit of collaboration and sharing!

This year’s fantastic line up of keynote presenters will create an inviting and welcoming introduction in which the sharing of ideas among diverse learners working in diverse contexts continues. These distinguished folks will not only extend the conversations, but also invite each of us to stretch and grow as they share their expertise and wisdom in their respective strands. We are delighted they have each agreed to accept their roles as keynote presenters.

The presentations accompanying the keynotes for each strand have been selected by “blind” peer review committees coordinated by each strand convener. The committees’ tasks were extremely difficult as the quality of proposals was again outstanding. We thank everyone who submitted a proposal. We are elated to announce the K12 Online 2007 presenters whose creativity, depth of thought and innovation promise to make K12 Online 2007 exemplary.

The presenters by strand are:

Classroom 2.0:

Silvia Tolisano
“Travel Through Space and Time”

Drew Murphy
“Step by Step- Building a Web2.0 Classroom”

Chris Harbeck
“Release the Hounds”

Vance Stevens, Nelba Quintana, Doris Molero, Sasa Sirk, and Rita Zeinstejer
“Motivating Student Writers by Fostering Collaboration through Tagging and Aggregating”

Wendy Wolfe
“If All My Classes Did This”

Konrad Glogowski
“Assessment and Evaluation”

Anne Davis
“Putting the Pedagogy into the Tools”

Dean Shareski
“Design matters”

Jeff Utecht
“Sustained Blogging in the Classroom”

New Tools:

Liz Kolb
“Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools”

Frank Pirrone
“Collaborative Concept Mapping – Breaking the Bounds of Location and Time… for $0.00 per Seat”

Cheryl Oakes, Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr
“Flat Agents of Change”

Anne Davis
“Learn to Blog : Blog to Learn”

Jason Hando
“LMS 2.0 – Engaging Learners Using More Advanced Techniques and the Odd Mash-up inside Moodle”

Sharon Betts
“Oodles of Googles”

Kevin Jarrett and Sylvia Martinez
“Second Life: K-20 Educators Exploring Virtual Worlds – Panel”

Kurt Paccio and James Gates
“The Electric Slide! Twenty-First Century Style”

April Chamberlain

Professional Learning Networks:

Jen Wagner, Cheryl Oakes, Vicki Davis, Sharon Peters
“Webcasting for Educators: Expanding the Conversation”

Brandi Caldwell
“Creating PLE’s with TLC”

Kevin Hodgson and Bonnie Kaplan.
“The Collaborative ABC Project: Using Technology to Tell Stories”

Lee Baber, Paul Allison, Susan Ettenheim and Thomas Locke
“Building Online Communities for Youth”

Jeff Utecht
“Online Professional Development”

James Folkestad
“Changing a System: Network Centric Learning Communities”

Sharon Peters, Vincent Jansen
“Building a Yardstick for PD Success: Establishing Key Performance Indicators for Web 2.0 Personal Optimized Learning Environments”

Vinnie Vrotny
“Expanding Horizons – Engaging the Adult Members of your Community (Teachers, Administrators, and Parents) through the Use of Personal/Professional Learning Networks”

Alex Ragone and Arvind Grover
“EdTechTalk: A Network of Homegrown Webcasters”

Obstacles to Opportunities:

Patrick Ledesma
“The Technology Specialist as Teacher Leader: Strategies to Ensure Successful Technology Integration and Student Learning in Schools”

Ben Wilkoff
“Starting From Scratch: Framing Change for All Stakeholders”

Karen Richardson
“Crossing the Copyright Boundary in the Digital Age”

Shawn Nutting
“Creating a Paradigm Shift in Technology”

Lisa Durff
“Pushing the Envelope or How to Integrate Web 2.0 Tools on a Shoestring”

John Pearce
”Me blog? No way!!!”

Sylvia Martinez
“Web 2.0 Share the Adventure”

Joseph Bires
“Acceptable Use and the Web 2.0”

Sylvia Martinez
“Challenging Assumptions about Technology Professional Development”

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11 Responses to “Announcing K12 Online 2007 Presenters”

  1. […] Bonnie and I have been so impressed by the work of our group as a learning community delving into video production and collaboration that we decided to submit a proposal to the K12 Online Conference and we were chosen to lead (I notice some other NWP friends on the list, too). […]

  2. […] Okay I virtually attended this last year and it was awe inspiring! I learned so much from the contributors and I plan to participate this year as well! Many of my favorite bloggers are discussing the upcoming conference, and report there are already 41 confirmed presentations, as well as a slew of pre-conference material and keynotes. […]

  3. […] Honored to be in the Team Picture Posted on July 7th, 2007 by vvrotny. Categories: teaching and learning, Staff Development.It was last Saturday, that I recieved a message from Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, that a proposal that I created for the K12 Online Conference was accepeted. I am honored that I was selected for this conference. As many of you will soon learn, it was one of the catalysts for my own professional learning. Looking at the lineup of presenters, I have to pinch myself. I look forward to experience. […]

  4. […] I just read the K12 Online Conference 2007 listing of presenters and there will be a “Maine” presence.  The folks at Seedlings at Bit by Bit (Bob, Alice, and Cheryl) will be presenting a session on “Flat Agents of Change”, Cheryl will also be presenting with the WOW2, and Sharon Betts will be presenting a session called “Oodles of Googles”.  Congrats to them and all of the other presentators at this year’s conference.   Technorati Tags: k12onlineconference seedlings Listen to this podcast […]

  5. […] The K12 Online Conference 2007 has posted the presenters list. […]

  6. Lee Baber says:

    Thank you to the blind reviewers for choosing our proposal for this year’s K12Online Conference. Susan, Paul, Teb and I are only part of the thriving community we will be presenting. The group I have gotten to know from last year’s conference and all those involved in this year’s event will make this an unforgettable experience and professional development extravaganza. Thanks again to all those who work behind the scenes to make it easy for us to participate.

  7. Hi Folks, great work and looks like a great show coming up. Can’t wait to see the teasers. Meanwhile, would you mind adding next to my name the following: Vance Stevens, Nelba Quintana, Doris Molero, Sasa Sirk, and Rita Zeinstejer

    Thanks so much!


  8. Lani Ritter Hall says:

    Done, Vance!

  9. […] presenters will be some of the world’s best, most creative, most current, classroom practitioners using […]

  10. […] is held entirely online. You can invest as much time as you choose in viewing the presentations (click for a list of presentations). Their are four strands to the […]

  11. […] Konrad Glogowski…Assessment and Evaluation is a major part of my work […]

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