Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Augmenting Interest in Reading with Augmented Reality

Presenter: Kyle Dunbar Location: Alexandria, VA USA @edtechdunny Presentation Description: Through screencasts, presentation tools and videos of interviews with teachers and students, I will share examples of students creating videos about books they are reading that are linked through the Augmented Reality app Aurasma. Viewers will hear about students drafting their videos, recording their videos, […]

A Tale of Three Classrooms: How and Why We Read, Write, and Think for Each Other

Presenter: Jared Colley and Joel Garza Location: Arlington, TX and Addison, TX @jcolley8 Presentation Description: This presentation demonstrates how a good idea was born out of a collaboration involving three teachers who first set out to do something very traditional with their English classes. Growing from a shared interest to try something different, teachers experimented […]

Writing – It’s All about Collaboration and Sharing

Presenter: David Wells, M.Ed. Location: Montpelier, Vermont, USA @principalwells Presentation Title: Writing – It’s All about Collaboration and Sharing Presentation Description: Educators are of two minds when it comes to standards – love them or leave them. But there is good news when it comes to modern writing standards. Today’s writing standards, such as the […]

Remix Teaching Through Blended Online Learning

Presenter: Janine Campbell Location: Byron Center, MI USA Twitter: @campbellartsoup Presentation Description: Learn how you can kick it up a notch by adapting a blended online learning system. Through incorporating an online Learning Management System to organize content and engage students in class, see how I have been able to differentiate instruction and meet students’ needs. […]

Teaching Art in a Technology Rich and Connected Classroom

Presenter: Tricia Fuglestad Location: Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA Twitter:   @fuglefun Presentation Description: Integrating technology, web 2.0, and interactive tools in the art room gives students the opportunity to enhance their 21st-century learning skills, practice creative problem-solving, and develop higher-level thinking as they create art. Showcasing student work through online venues opens your art room doors […]

Edmodo: Connect, Collaborate, Create!

Presenter: Martha Lackey Location: Midlothian, TX   76065 Twitter: @lackeym I will show and discuss ways for using Edmodo in a 2nd grade bilingual class. My main focus will show how using 21st century tools can prepare students globally for the 21st century! iPod video – mp3 audio Link to presentation’s supporting documents: http://21stcenturylearningwithedmodo.wikispaces.com/ Additional Information: I […]

ArtiTech

Presenter: Teri Gragg Location: Brigantine, New Jersey, USA @TeriGragg Presentation Title: ArtiTech Presentation Description: ArtiTech is a virtual art and technology class for elementary age students created at the Brigantine Elementary School in Brigantine, New Jersey, USA. ArtiTech utilizes art and technology in a virtual classroom supporting 21st Century Learning Skills. iPod video – mp3 […]

School Leaders Set the Tone by Playing, Experimenting and Taking Risks

Presenter: Blair Peterson Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil @eijunkie Presentation Title: School Leaders Set the Tone by Playing, Experimenting and Taking Risks Presentation Description: Leaders play a major role in setting the tone for the school community. In today’s schools it’s essential that members of the community take risks and step outside of their comfort zone […]

Computer Based Math

Presenter: David WeesLocation: Vancouver, BC, Canada@davidwees Presentation Title: Computer Based Math Presentation Description: Computers in math education are typically seen as a tool for delivering content, assessing student understanding, or in some few cases, as a vehicle for exploration of mathematical ideas. Conrad Wolfram has suggested that computers could be used to replace the computation […]

2011 K-12 Online Conference Call for Proposals and Announcements

The 2011 K-12 Online Conference is coming to a computer near you soon! This year’s FREE online conference will take place the weeks of November 28th and December 5th, 2011, with a pre-conference keynote on Monday, November 21st. The 2011 theme is, “Purposeful Play.” Educators and students worldwide are invited to respond to our 2011 […]