(Almost) all our content from 2006 to 2017 is archived and available online under a Creative Commons license. Please read this post from June 2018 for more background and updates about our conference and current status.

K-12 Online 2006 Evaluation Presentation and 2007 Dates!

A podcast recording and referenced resources from the March 30, 2007 SITE conference presentation “Lessons Learned from K-12 Online” is available, including evaluation results.

We also announced dates for the 2007 K-12 Online Conference! Please mark your calendars and plan to participate. That schedule will be:

8-12 October 2007 Pre-Conference
15-19 October 2007 Week 1 (Strands 1 and 2)
22-26 October 2007 Week 2 (Strands 3 and 4)
27 October 2007 When Night Falls

All published times for the conference will be GMT, and links to time converters will be provided. More details will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead!


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  2. Vicki Davis

    We’re excited! I hope you’ll let us know when the proposals are due soon. This is such a great conference and I listened to your podcast (from Wesley’s blog) while walking on the beach and spring break. It really fills me with hope!

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  4. Jeff

    Last year’s conference was by far the most important professional development conference I have “attended” in my 20 years of teaching. I now have class blogs, wikis, and have even begun podcasting. I am still trying to match the pedagogy and technology with the student, but I am in a much better place than I was last year at this time because of this conference.

  5. Michael Misovec

    Helping Students Education is a non profit education information services organization that has designed wiki processes and wikis for school districts and teachers. The wikis are navigated by state and includes over 12,000 pages of parent, student and teacher resources.

    Secure teacher wikis are available for all teachers as a free public service.
    Join A K12 Teacher Wiki discussion group at http://www.tappedin.org to learn more.

    K12 Teacher Wikis

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