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2010-Kicking It Up a Notch

Planificación y Diseño de Lección en Línea a través de Blogs

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Presenter: Miguel A. Mendoza B.
Location: Caracas, Venezuela
Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page

Presentation Title: Planificación y Diseño de Lección en Línea a través de Blogs

Presentation Description: The aim of this presentation is to show how blogs can be used to plan and design a paperless online lesson. To do that, I will start by defining what an online lesson is, its advantages and certain things we have to consider about it. I will also give a broad brush view on blogs before I start talking about planning and designing an online lesson using blogs. To end this presentation, I show a sample of an online lesson in Blogger.

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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://the-ve-blog.blogspot.com/

Additional Information:
Blog: http://the-ve-blog.blogspot.com/
e-mail: mmendoza97@gmail.com
Twitter: Mike08

2010 2010-Kicking It Up a Notch

K12 Online 2010 – Kicking It Up A Notch Keynote: interSections

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Presenter: Darren Kuropatwa
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Twitter: @dkuropatwa

Presentation Title: K12 Online 2010 – Kicking It Up A Notch Keynote: interSections

Presentation Description: What does it mean to “take your teaching to the next level”? Is it about using the latest and greatest tools or is there something more to it?

It may be about finding the sweet spot in the interSections of a number of things.

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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://adifference.blogspot.com

Additional Information:
blog: A Difference

email: dkuropatwa {at} gmail {dot} com

on twitter: dkuropatwa

on slideshare: dkuropatwa

on del.icio.us: dkuropatwa

on diigo dkuropatwa

on flickr: dkuropatwa

it’s the same all across the netiverse …

2010-Leading the Change

Plan Less, Do More

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Presenter: David Wells
Location: Montpelier, Vermont, United States
Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page

Presentation Title: Plan Less, Do More

Presentation Description: Teachers and leaders are planners by nature. You have to make sure your students and teachers are ready to learn, have the tools they need, and have enough time to be successful. Sometimes though, you can spend more time planning than you actually spend doing. Learn how to streamline you technology goals, build capacity in your school, find strength in collaboration, and promote change by planning less and doing more.

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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://principalwells.wordpress.com/k12online2010-presentation/

Additional Information:
My Blog:
http://principalwells.wordpress.com/

Follow me on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/principalwells

2010-Leading the Change

Digital Parent Engagement

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Presenter: Lorna Costantini
Location: St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page

Presentation Title: Digital Parent Engagement

Presentation Description: Snapshots of Classroom 2.0 Live and Parents as Partners webcasts.

Dr. Debbie Pushor
Mike Herrity
Aviva Dunsiger
Karen Bantuveris
Toronto District School Board
are featured sharing best practices in engaging parents in student learning.

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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://www.elearningcenter.ca/course/view.php?id=9

Additional Information:
Login as guest to access the Moodle Course Digital Parent Engagement
For more resources about Parent Engagement visit Lorna’s blog Parents as Partners

Twitter ID: lornacost

Announcements Echo Webcasts

K12Online Echo Webcast with Jackie Gerstein

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Please join us for our next K-12 Online Echo Webcast on 9/10 March 2010 with  Jackie Gerstein! Our Echo Webcasts are FREE, take place approximately twice per month, and offer LIVE opportunities to learn from and interact with K12Online presenters. EdTechTalk provides our virtual meeting space for these events!

In this week’s Echo Webcast, Jackie will elaborate on her 2009 presentation: Digital Writers’ Workshop. Check the date and time for your location and time zone. It will be Tuesday evening in North America.

For archives of the LAN parties, Fireside Chats and Echo, go to EdTechTalk.

If you haven’t seen Jackie’s 2009 presentation yet, you can view it now or wait to view it during the webcast. During each webcast, we have a live “backchannel” (including the presenter whose video we’re watching) where we can respond to and discuss the ideas raised in the presentation. We also spend time in live Q&A (over skype audio, which is shared via Ustream) discussing the presentation in-depth.

Hope you can join us for this week’s Echo Webcast!

2010 Announcements Echo Webcasts

K12Online Echo Webcast with Kelly Hines

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Please join us for our next K-12 Online Echo Webcast on 23/24 February 2010 with  Kelly Hines! Our Echo Webcasts are FREE, take place approximately twice per month, and offer LIVE opportunities to learn from and interact with K12Online presenters. EdTechTalk provides our virtual meeting space for these events!

In this week’s Echo Webcast, Kelly will elaborate on her 2009 presentation: Little Kids, Big Possibilities. Check the date and time for your location and time zone. It will be Tuesday evening in North America.

For archives of the LAN parties, Fireside Chats and Echo, go to EdTechTalk.

If you haven’t seen Kelly’s 2009 presentation yet, you can view it now or wait to view it during the webcast.  During each webcast, we have a live “backchannel” (including the presenter whose video we’re watching) where we can respond to and discuss the ideas raised in the presentation. We also spend time in live Q&A (over skype audio, which is shared via Ustream) discussing the presentation in-depth.

Hope you can join us for this week’s Echo Webcast!