My presentation “Open, Connected, Social: Reflections of an Open Graduate Course Experience” has now been posted to the K12 Online Conference. View it here or below. I hope you enjoy.
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Behind Every Tweet: K12Online Presentation Teaser #2
My K12 Online Conference Presentation 2008 will be released one week from today. The conference has already started with Stephen Heppel’s Preconference Keynote and there are so many great presenters scheduled. To keep you interested, I thought I would release my second teaser. This one looks at the mystery behind every Tweet.
If you missed teaser #1, here it is. You may also be interested in the original teaser for my online graduate course.
I’ll link to my K12 Online Conference presentation when it goes up. Thanks for watching!
Open Doctrine? K-12 Online Conference Teaser
Here is the teaser and introduction to my K12 Online Conference presentation, in the form of a personal attack ad. As mentioned earlier on this blog, my presentation will be titled “Open, Social, Connected: Reflections of an Open Graduate Course Experience.” A portion of the presentation will be devoted to the idea of openness in education, and how the actualization of this concept helped to create a transparent culture of sharing among students and other course participants.
I hope you enjoy the teaser and I invite you to participate in the rest of the coming presentation at the K12 Online Conference.
Thanks to Dan Carr for his narration and for helping bring this concept to life.
Oh … and there’s an edupunk version. :-)
The Write Stuff – K12 Online Conference Teaser
My very talented colleague, Dr. Patrick Lewis, and the amazing Kathy Cassidy have put together a trailer for their upcoming K12 Online Conference presentation. Here it is:
Cathy and Patrick have done some amazing stuff to bring stronger connections between students in our teacher education program and young children in the field. I am really looking forward to their presentation.
K12 Online Conference 2008
I am happy to be one of the presenters for this year’s K12 Online Conference. The 2007 conference was one of my favourite educational events as there were so many excellent presentations. The conference is an example of open education at its best: open, transparent, free, and of high-quality. I am hoping that I can help add to the success of last year’s event.
Below is the official marketing flyer for the event. Please pass on the information to the teachers in your school, or other interested individuals.
Many of the presenters are putting up teasers for their sessions. I will not have time to put one together, but I can offer the trailer created for EC&I 831, the course that will be the focus of my K12 Online presentation. Apologies to those who have seen it before.
I hope you can attend the conference. My presentation will be titled “Open, Social, Connected: Reflections of an Open Graduate Course Experience.” I hope it will give insight into the challenges of creating a networked learning experience for university students while sharing some of the real successes of the experience.
K12 Online Conference
I’m sure that the majority of my readers know about this, but I am quite sure there are many than don’t.
This is a conference by educators for educators around the world interested in integrating emerging technologies into classroom practice. A goal of the conference is to help educators make sense of and meet the needs of a continually changing learning landscape.
It’s good to know that there is free registration, and that all sessions will be downloadable. I am sure there will be some amazing presentations and I’m really looking forward to participating in the sessions.