Corona, CA USA
Jennifer Wagner: After 17 years as a TechCoordinator, Teacher, Webmaster, etc etc……Jennifer recently has moved into the wonderful world of being a part of the IT/Help Desk at a prviate school in Southern California. Jennifer hosts 7 Online Projects (at Technospud Projects.com) during each school year for the PreK-6th grade teacher.
Wells, ME USA
Cheryl Oakes is a Coach for Technology K-12 in the Wells Ogunquit CSD , a member of the Seedlings@bitbybit group, WoW2-Women of Web, a Webhead Class of 2005 and a Webcaster with the Worldbridges.net and Edtechtalk.com networks. Cheryl blogs @ TechLearning.com/blog. You can find her skiing in the snow or kayaking on any available waters in Maine.
Camilla GA USA
Vicki Davis is an award winning teacher at Westwood Schools in Camilla, Georgia.
Montreal, Quebec Canada
Sharon Peters has been a middle and high school teacher for a variety of subjects and was recently given the position of pedagogical consultant (English Language Arts) with LEARN, a non-profit organization which creates educational resources for the English sector in conjunction with the ministry of education in QuÃ©bec. Currently Sharon is working mainly with the development of online course curricula for ELA and web-based applications.
“Webcasting for Educators: Expanding the Conversation”
The “women of web 2.0” have webcasted more than 40 shows covering many topics of relevance to the K-16 educational arena. Using screencasts and video, see how four “ordinary” teachers create a weekly webcast with special guests on topics of relevance to the educational community. We will include snippets of some of our favourite shows and demonstrate the technical and logistical aspects of webcasting. Webcasting has great potential not just for personal learning opportunities for educators, but also for students at almost all levels to broadcast their own shows.
What is “Take My Hand”?
“Take My Hand”
Access Help Desk
Great presentation. I really enjoyed seeing the behind the scenes work that goes on for this tremendously successful show. Keep up the great work! What do you think about starting up a show like this by students for students?