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2012 Announcements

Announcing K-12 Online 2012 Presenters

Please join the organizers of the 2012 K-12 Online Conference in congratulating our selected presenters for this year’s conference! As in past years, our conference is organized into four strands. Each strand has an invited keynote speaker and nine additional selected speakers. Our conference begins October 15th with a pre-conference keynote presentation by Kevin Honeycutt. Strands for 2012 are:

Week of Oct 22 – 25: Getting Started and Visioning New Curriculum
Week of Oct 29 – Nov. 2: Kicking It Up a Notch and Student Voices


Gail Desler and Natalie Bernasconi
Placerville, California, USA and Spreckels, California, USA

Valerie Burton
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Show Off Your Work Online Using Weebly.Com

Courtney Calfee
Orlando, Florida, USA
Best Practices for Collaborating in Online and Blended Environments

Jeremy Friedberg
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Beyond Elearning: Online Teaching Platforms

Karyn Keenan
Chicago, Illinois, USA
A Digital Journey with Primary Students and No Budget!

Anna Marie Lindemann
Livingston, Texas, USA
Easy To Use Web 2.0 Tools

Rodd Lucier
Komoka, Ontario, Canada
7 Degrees of Connectedness

Paula L. Naugle and Jan Wells
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA and Meriden, Kansas, USA
Leveraging Social Media to Flatten Your Classroom Walls

Elaine Plybon
Bedford, Texas, USA
Leveraging the Power of Social Media in the Classroom

Shelly Sanchez Terrell
San Antonio, Texas, USA
The Magic of Mobile Learning



Karen Fasimpaur
Portal, Arizona, USA

Jon Bergmann
Lake Forest, Illinois, USA
Implementing the Flipped Classroom

Erika Burton
Glencoe, Illinois, USA
Parent Involvement: How do we provide them with what they need in early literacy?

April Chamberlain, Shawn Nutting and Ammie Akin
Trussville, Alabama, USA
Creating Learning Experiences without the Textbook

Patrick Fogarty
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Going One-to-One

Alan Hudson
Wells, Somerset, United Kingdom
Virtual Worlds for Immersive, media rich educational shared environments.

Bud Hunt
Fort Collins, CO, USA
Make/Hack/Play: Lenses for Learning

Jane Krauss
Eugene, Oregon USA
Make Meaning with Wolfram Alpha

Ian Sands
Apex, North Carolina, USA
How Technology Helped Me Paint With Mud

David Simpson
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Digital Mash-ups: Exercise Books in the 21st Century



Mathew Needleman
Los Angeles, California, USA

Robert Appino
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Speak up! Transforming Classroom Discussions

Glenda Baker
Tokyo, Japan
Thinking Big About Learning

Richard Beach and Jill Castek
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA and Portland, Oregon USA
Using iOS App Affordances to Foster Literacy Learning in the Classroom

Janine Campbell
Dorr, Michigan, USA
Remixing What Teaching Looks Like Thorugh Blended Learning

Patrick Fogarty
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Creating a Cloud Classroom

Tricia Fuglestad
Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA
Teaching Art in a Technology Rich and Connected Classroom

Naomi Harm
Brownville, Minnesota, USA
Seven Habits of Highly Effective PD Learning Experiences

Scott Merrick
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Teach/Learn in Virtual Worlds: World Class Innovations

Susan Oxnevad
Oak Park, Illinois, USA
Digital Tools for Differentiating Vocabulary Instruction



Tiana Kadkhoda
Santa Monica, California, USA

Kyle Dunbar
Alexandria, Virginia, USA
Authentic Voices

Alexander Fryer
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Creating and Playing in Minecraft

Kim Herron
Inman, Kansas, USA

Audrey McGoldrick
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Beaucoup de Cool Student Projects

Ben Rimes
St. Joseph, Michigan, USA
Video Story Problems

Robert Sbaglia
Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
Using Writing to Empower Students to Participate in A Global Community

Bronwyn Stuckey
Sydney, Australia
Quest Atlantis: Student Design and Ownership

Taylor Tracy
Buhler, Kansas, USA
Integrating Technology into Education

Brad Wilson
Redford, Michigan, USA
Student News Teams: Telling the Story

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