Day 9 Presentations: 30 October 2008

Welcome to day nine of the 2008 K-12 Conference! Today’s presentations include:


Interactive tools for remote and synchronous mentoring
Michele Wong Kung Fong

Monsters Bloom in Our Wiki
Ann Oro and Anna Baralt


Teaching Web 2.0 – Everything you need in one place
Wendy Drexler

Telling the New Story: Leverage Points for Inspiring Change Orientation
David Warlick

Presentation links on our 2008 schedule page have been updated.

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