TEASERS


Presenters were invited to create short "teasers" for their presentations. The short videos are a preview of what you might expect to learn when you view or listen to their published presentations published on the conference blog.

This link takes you to the teasers embedded on the conference blog.

You will find teasers there for the presentations listed below. The links below go to the teaser at the site on which they were posted.

Strand: Classroom 2.0
  1. Chris Harbeck-- “Release the Hounds”
  2. Dean Shareski-- “Design Matters”
  3. Sylvia Tolisano-- “Travel Through Time and Space”
  4. Anne Davis-- “Putting the Pedagogy into the Tools”
  5. Vance Stevens, Nelba Quintana, Doris Molero, Saša Sirk, and Rita Zeinstejer-- “Motivating student writers by fostering collaboration through tagging and aggregating”


Strand: New Tools
  1. Alan Levine, Brian Lamb, D'arcy Norman: KEYNOTE-- "More Than Cool Tools"
  2. Anne Davis-- “Learn to Blog : Blog to Learn”
  3. Liz Kolb--"Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools"
  4. Sharon Betts-- "Oodles of Googles"
  5. Kevin Jarrett and Sylvia Martinez-- “Second Life: K-20 Educators Exploring Virtual Worlds - Panel”


Professional Learning Networks
  1. Derek Wenmoth, KEYNOTE-- "The Promise of ICT"
  2. Kevin Hodgson and Bonnie Kaplan-- “The Collaborative ABC Project: Using Technology to Tell Stories”
  3. Cheryl Oakes, Bob Sprankle, Alice Barr-- "Flat Agents of Change"
  4. Brandi Caldwell-- “Creating PLE’s with TLC”
  5. Sharon Peters, Vincent Jansen-- "Building a Yardstick for PD Success: Establishing Key Performance Indicators for Web 2.0 Personal Optimized Learning Environments"
  6. Jen Wagner, Cheryl Oakes, Vicki Davis, Sharon Peters-- “Webcasting for Educators: Expanding the Conversation”

Obstacles to Opportunities
  1. Lisa Durff -- “Pushing the Envelope or How to Integrate Web 2.0 Tools on a Shoestring”
  2. Sylvia Martinez-- "Web 2.0- Share the Adventure with Students"
  3. Karen Richardson-- “Crossing the Copyright Boundary in the Digital Age”
  4. Sylvia Martinez-- “Challenging Assumptions about Technology Professional Development”
  5. Ben Wilkoff-- “Starting From Scratch: Framing Change for All Stakeholders”