2009 Archive

K12 Online Conference 2009
Schedule

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channel and audio
podcast channels
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Date
and Time
Strand/Event Presenter
and Presentation
12:00
PM
Monday, November 30 GMT
Preconference
Keynote
Going
Global: Culture Shock, Convergence, and the Future of Education

Kim Cofino *
December
4, 2009 from 1 – 2:30 am GMT
(NOTE: This is 8 pm EST on
Thursday, December 3rd. Please click the link to see your local time.)
Live
Event
Fireside Chat
(Details on our Ning Event)
With Kim Cofino
http://edtechtalk.com/live
12:00
PM  Monday, December 7 GMT
Getting Started Keynote Wizard
of Apps or Will they have an app for that or What we are loading (and
learning) along the road

Joyce Kasman Valenza
Getting
Started
Little
Kids, Big Possibilities

Kelly Hines
Leading the Change Keynote Self-driven and Classroom-based: Professional Development in the 21st Century
Konrad Glogowski
Leading
the Change
Organizational Learning and Technology Collide
Ben Grey
12:00
PM  Tuesday, December 8 GMT
Getting
Started
The
iPod Touch in the Classroom

Kern Kelley
Getting
Started
Using E-Books to Motivate Pupils Writing
Colin Hill
Getting
Started
Instructional
Strategies That Work with Videoconferencing: Increasing Interactivity

Janine Lim
Leading
the Change
Learning Confluence: Where Philosophy Meets Practice in the 21st Century
Julie Lindsay
Leading
the Change
LAN: Learning Is Social!
Bryan Hughes
Leading
the Change
Just a Touch of Leadership – Using the iPod touch & Web 2.0 to Enhance School Leadership
Andy Crozier & Mike Amante
12:00
PM  Wednesday, December 9 GMT
Getting
Started
If
You Host It They Will Come

Jennifer Wagner
Getting
Started
Options
for Building Your Teacher Website

Cyndi Danner-Kuhn
Getting
Started
Orientation
into Second Life

Alan Hudson, Deborah Butler, Lawal Mohamed
Leading
the Change
Digiteens: Digital Citizenship from Digital Teenagers
Vicki Davis
Leading
the Change
You Might be a 21st Century Leader if…David Wells
Leading
the Change
Whither EportfoliosDrew Buddie
12:00
PM  Thursday, December 10 GMT
Getting
Started
Google
SketchUp Unleashed

Joseph J. Bires
Getting
Started
Keeping
the Literacy in 21st Century Literacies

Drew Schrader
Getting
Started
Bridging
History Using Web 2.0 Tools

Robin Beaver and Jean Moore
Leading
the Change
Slippery Rocks and Hard Places: Twelve Bridges and Learning Matters
Dennis Richards
Leading
the Change
Moogpal in ActionChris Walsh
Leading
the Change
Embracing Web 2.0 as an Administrator
William Carozza
12:00
PM  Friday, December 11 GMT
Getting
Started
Building
on Analog Success with 2.0 Technology

Kelley Connolly & Jon Greenberg
Getting
Started
Using
Web 2.0 tools to teach ‘The Outsiders’

Drew Buddie
Leading
the Change
Building a Web 2.0 Culture
Paul Curtis
Leading
the Change
21st Century Learning Plato’s Way
Gail Dyer
Leading
the Change
Probing the Possibilities of Paperless Pedagogy
Jason Neiffer
December
12, 2009 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm GMT
(NOTE: This is 1:30 Pm EST on
Saturday, December 12th. Please click the link to see your local time.)
Live
Event


Fireside Chat
(Details on our Ning Event)
With Week 1
Keynoters, Joyce Kasman Valenza and Konrad Glogowski
http://edtechtalk.com/live
12:00
PM  Monday, December 14 GMT
 
Kicking It Up A Notch Keynote BRINGing it OUT a Notch
Diego Leal
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Telling the World: Flat Classroom Student Summit in Practice
Julie Lindsay
Week in the Classroom
Keynote
A Peek for a Week – Inside a Kiwi Junior Classroom
Rachel Boyd
Week
in the Classroom
To
Those Who Want to Rock-Don’t Suppose Compose!

Carol Broos and Carol Vrotny 
Week
in the Classroom
Comunicacion2.0 en el aula
Pilar Soro
12:00
PM  Tuesday, December 15 GMT
Kicking
It Up A Notch
The Virtual Heroic Journey
Kevin Hodgson
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Unlikely Coordinates? Geocaching Across the Curriculum
Beth Ritter-Guth
Kicking
It Up A Notch
OpenSim: Open Learning
Timothy Hart
Week
in the Classroom
Blogging
and Communicative Competences in the EFL Class

Cristina Arnau Vilà
Week
in the Classroom
Show
& Tell: Exhibit, Reflect & Critique with Blogs

Sarah Sutter
Week
in the Classroom
The
Digital Writer’s Workshop

Jackie Gerstein
12:00
PM  Wednesday, December 16 GMT
 
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Engaging Our Youngest Minds
Angela Maiers
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Thriving in a Collaborative Web 2.0 Classroom: The “Great Debate” and “Student News Action Network”
Tom Daccord
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Parallel Play or Collaboration–Leveraging the Wiki Platform for High Quality Work
Paula White
Week
in the Classroom
Nurturing
the 21st Century History Teacher: Research and Examples

Tom Daccord
Week
in the Classroom
Living
History – Authentic Learning Empowered by Technology

Jane Ross
Week
in the Classroom
Around
the World with Skype
(English version) & Alrededor del Mundo
con Skype
(Spanish version)
Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano
12:00
PM  Thursday, December 17 GMT
 
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Using VideoAnt Annotations to Provide “Audience-Based” Assessment to Students’ Video Productions
Richard Beach
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Using computer games to enhance learning and social interaction
Ollie Bray
Week
in the Classroom
Competencias
Artisticas En La Plástica

Josu Garro
Week
in the Classroom
Thinking Outside the Box (Skateboard)
Keith Kelley
Week
in the Classroom
Ways
of Working: How students can leverage Web 2.0 tools to their own
advantage

Chris Betcher
12:00
PM  Friday, December 18 GMT
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Remixing History: The Cigar Box Project
Neil Stephenson
Kicking
It Up A Notch
Googlios: When Google Apps Meet ePortfolios & PLNs
G. Alex Ambrose
Week
in the Classroom
Steal
this Preso:  Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom

Mathew Needleman
Week
in the Classroom
Inside
the Global Collaborative Debate: Eracism (a Flat Classroom Project)

Vicki Davis
January
9, 2010 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm GMT
(NOTE: This is 1:30pm EST on
Saturday, January 9th. Please click the link to see your local time.)
Live
Event


Fireside Chat
(Please
RSVP on our Ning Event
)
With Week 2
Keynoters Rachel Boyd and Diego Leal
http://edtechtalk.com/studio
Twice-monthly K-12 Online Echo”
webcasts will start in January 2010!

 

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