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Welcome to the Global Conversation!

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Welcome to the Global Education Conversation!

Professional development is no longer limited by time and space constraints. Conversations and content now accessible via the Internet, the blogosphere, and podcasts are opening up amazing new possibilities for professional development and learning. In this session we'll explore innovative ways educators around the planet are making connections, creating personal learning networks, and extending their educational knowledge bases. We'll also look at ways school districts are using collaborative tools and technologies to provide blended professional development to better meet the learning constraints as well as opportunities of our educational and informational environments. Wesley's blog can be found at: www.speedofcreativity.org, and his wiki of workshop resources and links is available on http://teachdigital.pbwiki.com.

 

Session Resources and Links

  1. Presentation Slides (9.6 MB PDF file)
  2. Presentation Links (shared as a public Google Notebook)
  3. Presentation Audio Podcast
  4. The K-12 Online Conference (scheduled again for October 2007)
  5. Lessons Learned from K-12 Online 2006 (a podcast from SITE 2007 in March 2007)
  6. Trussville Schools Use of K-12 Online 2006 for Blended Professional Development (by Shawn Nutting and April Chamberlain)

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