It's Elementary #24 K12Online2008 Conference Preview

60:33 minutes (13.86 MB)

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 More information can be found at Join us for our next show on October 27th where we will discuss technology in the Early Childhood Classroom. To read Chat see attachment

2007-2008 Educational Technology and Related Educational Conferences

Educational Technology and Related Educational Conferences

for June 2008 - December 2008

Prepared by Clayton R. Wright, June 2008
Original Word Document here

This listing is published in a Word format to enable people with limited or high-cost Internet access to find a conference that may suit their interests or obtain conference proceedings. Consider using the “Find” tool under Word’s “Edit” tab or similar tab in OpenOffice to locate the name of a particular conference, association, city, or country. Then, “cut and paste” a list of suitable events for yourself and your colleagues.

Please note that events, dates, titles, and locations may change; thus, check the specific conference website. Note also that some events will be canceled at a later date. All the information below was obtained from Internet sources and announcements in educational journals. All Internet addresses were verified at the time of publication. Specific dates and/or locations were not available for a few of the listed conferences. No liability is assumed for any errors that may have been introduced inadvertently during the assembly of this selected conference list. If possible, please do not remove the contact information when you re-distribute the list as that is how I receive updates and corrections. Thanks for your cooperation. crw

Making Connections #21

43:31 minutes (19.92 MB)

We had a great show sharing ideas about recent conferences and we “made new connections” with Kim and Bradley. We welcome the two of you into the EdTechTalk network.

Maria Knee joined us after accepting her Technology Using Educator Award at the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference. Check out Maria’s live interview from the conference with out very own Jeff Lebow.

Teachers Teaching Teachers #62 - 07.19.07 - Podcasting, RSS and more from Tech Matters`07

52:10 minutes (23.88 MB) ­This was a special webcast from the National Writing Project's (NWP) ­Tech Matters`07 -- an annual summer institute sponsored by the Tech Liaisons Network of the NWP. In addition to several teachers who are working together in Chico, CA as part of Tech Matters, we were joined by Writing Project teachers Bill O'Neil (Trenton WP) and Bud Hunt (Colorado State University WP). Also two Writing Project teachers who were participants in Tech Maters`06 joined us, Donna Bragg, Penn State Lehigh Valley Writing Project and Lynne Culp, UCLA Writing Project. Thanks also to Susan Ettenheim who streamed for us and edited this podcast, Lee Baber who added more music to our lives, and Doug Symington who was there to remind us about his show EdTech Brainstorms, which on on Thursdays nights(Americas)/Friday (Asia,Oceania) 2amGMT.

EdTechBrainstorm #58

EdTechBrainstorm #58
November 30, 2006

Download mp3 (40 min, 18.3 MB)

Thanks to Jennifer, Cathy, Lee, Cheryl and Brad for joining me for a special "mountain" edition of EdTechBrainstorm. Notwithstanding some audio "issues" (again!) we had a great conversation about conferences, upcoming shows on the Worldbridges network, and discussed the possibility of a New Year's webcastathon. As always, watch this space for details.

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