Upcoming Classrooom 2.0 Webinars

Filed Under (Webinars) by Heather Hurley on 08-09-2009

Here are the public free webinars coming up this this week.  All times are Pacific Daylight Time (US).

Tues. Sept. 8th, 9am PDT:  Live Back-channel & post-event discussion of President Obama’s Address to US Students.  http://www.stevehargadon.com/2009/08/elluminate-sessions-for-president-obama.html

Tues. Sept. 8th, 5:00pm PDT:  I interview Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach on Educational Social Networking.  http://www.futureofeducation.com/forum/topics/educational-social-networking

Tues. Sept. 8th, 6:00pm PDT:  Rushton Hurley, the founder/director of NextVista.org, hosts:  Next Vista and the Digital Dream Team.  http://www.learncentral.org/event/20024

Wed. Sept. 9th, 4pm PDT:  Dr. Kim Lightle gives a tour of the Middle School Portal 2:  Explore the MSP2 Online Social Network.  http://www.learncentral.org/event/18247

Wed. Sept. 9th, 5pm PDT:  I interview author Jane Nelsen on Parenting 2.0:  The Age of the Internet and Social Media.  http://www.conversations.net/forum/topics/jane-nelsen-on-parenting-20

Wed. Sept. 9th, 6pm PDT:  Maria Droujkova hosts Math 2.0 Weekly:  Scratch from MIT.
http://www.learncentral.org/event/21593

Thurs. Sept. 10th, 9am PDT:  PBS/Wide Angle:  Time for School.  A BlogTalkRadio live show with the film’s producers and experts on global education.   http://www.learncentral.org/event/22992

Thurs. Sept. 10th, 10am PDT:  PBS and EWeek present an informational webinar introduction to Cyberchase, a children’s animated math series.  http://www.learncentral.org/event/21290

Thurs. Sept. 10th, 5pm PDT:  Lucy Gray and I lead a panel discussion on Global Awareness with an all-star lineup of guests.  http://www.futureofeducation.com/forum/topics/global-awareness-panel

Sat. Sept. 12th, 9am PDT:  The weekly Classroom 2.0 LIVE show:  “Web 2.0 Tools Demonstration Using the Innovative Presentation Tool Prezi.”  http://live.classroom20.com

Join Us Thursday, Feb. 26 for PBS Teachers Live! With John Palfrey

Filed Under (Webinars) by Heather Hurley on 25-02-2009

PBS Teachers and Classroom 2.0 Present a Live Webinar Featuring John Palfrey

Join PBS Teachers and Classroom 2.0 Thursday, Feb. 26 at 8 p.m. EST for “Teaching and Learning with Digital Natives,” with our speaker, John Palfrey, director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and author of Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Native.

In this discussion, you will learn about “digital natives”, whom Palfrey describes as a “select” population born after 1980 that processes and sees the world very differently than generations prior. The characteristics of these students demand a new paradigm for engaging learners. The discussion will also focus on how educators can become familiar with the technologies of digital natives and use these technologies to compliment their pedagogy.

To Join Thursday’s Webinar, Click the Link: Online at Elluminate Live!

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Learn Ways to Create a Paperless Classroom and Create Collaborative Workgroups

Filed Under (Webinars) by Heather Hurley on 17-02-2009


Please join us on Tuesday, February 17th  at 4:00 PM Eastern for the next Teacher Tech Tuesday Webcast presented by:

John DuBois
Microsoft US Public Sector Solution Specialist

Overview:
Instead of collecting and redistributing stacks of homework, quizzes, and tests, use the document sharing feature of Microsoft Office Live Workspace, Office 2007 and Microsoft Office OneNote® 2007

You’ll learn how to:

  • Create and monitor study groups
  • Engage your students in online discussion groups
  • Upload PowerPoint presentations and other lecture materials so students can refer to them later (even those who miss class)
  • Create deadlines, tasks, and delegate assignments for collaborative projects

Register for the FREE webcast here.