In It's Elementary #24 we talked with Dean Shareski and Wesley Fryer,
two of the conveners for the k12Online2008 Conference. Dean is a
Digital Learning Consultant with a school in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
Canada. Westley Fryer is the Director of the Olklahoma Heritage
Association. The K12Online2008 conference is totally online, including
both synchronous and asynchronous components. This year's
pre-conference keynote will be given by Heppell Next week. (week of
October 13th) The conferece contains four strands 1. Getting Started 2.
Prove it. 3. Kicking it Up A Notch 4. Leading the Change Within each
strand, there are many presentations that fit that theme. Several of
the presenters prepared teasers, or short advertisements. of their
presenations. These are available at http://k12onlineconference.org/?cat=27 More information can be found at http://k12onlineconference.org Join us for our next show on October 27th where we will discuss technology in the Early Childhood Classroom. To read Chat see attachment
We asked Scott Floyd to sit with some of his friends and colleagues on July, 2, 2008, the last day of the National Education Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, Texas.
Scott Floyd talks about meeting with his ePortfolio mentor, Dr. Helen Barrett. Scott Floyd is a Technology Specialist for the White Oak, Texas Independent School District and he's the Tech Liaison for the Bluebonnet Writing Project in Texas. (Image snapped by Bud Hunt, uploaded to Scott's flickr account.)
Christine Voigt, Instructional Technology Specialist at Bishop Dunne Catholic School in Dallas, Texas. Christie talks about a project she did in here school with iPods. (Image from Christine's Twitter profile.)
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