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21st Century Learning #22: NYSAIS EdTech 2006 Review

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #22
NYSAIS EdTech 2006 Review
November 21, 2006
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A debriefing of the NYSAIS EdTech 2006 conference blog. Check out the conference web site for more details.



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Teachers Teaching Teachers #29

Teachers Teaching Teachers #29
November 15, 2006
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Paul Allison calls in from the airport in Atlanta on the way to Nashville for the annual meeting of The National Writing Project and Susan Ettenheim, Teb Locke, Madeline Brownstone and Lee Baber host a conversation about this week's challenges with students and online communication and collaboration. Sharon Peters shares her first adventures as her students join in the online conversation. Teb shares a very exciting discovery about introducing the mapping projects into the wiki. Here is an example of wiki with an embedded media player: http://theneighborhoodschool.org/wiki/index.php?title=Madison%2C_CT

21st Century Learning: NYSAIS EdTech 2006 Summary...

21st Century Learning Special Edition
from the NYSAIS EdTech conference 2006
November 17, 2006



Presentations from the NYSAIS EdTech 2006 Conference at Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY.

Here they are:

The Ultimate Literacy ? Information Literacy” - by Rob Darrow

Global Assignments for a Web Connected World - Alan November & Will Richardson

Students Online: Realities, Issues and Solutions - Doug Fodeman & Marje Monroe

The Eight Competencies of Online Interaction: What Should We Be Learning and Doing? - Nancy White & Dave Cormier

Percolatage: Remixing at the World Café - Nancy White & Dave Cormier

There is lots more at http://www.nycist.net/d/mohonk2006. Enjoy.




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