EdTechConnect today: Change in plans, not in presentation.

Wesley Fryer has been spending the last several days at the Learning 2.0 Conference in Shanghai and is flying back as we speak.  We’re hoping that he’ll be able to get home in time to join us for the EdTechConnect today, but regardless the show must go on!  He was going to be sharing experiences and ideas for global collaborations using Web 2.0 tools and highlighting the upcoming only only conference, K12Online 2007.  Two of his co-conference coordiantors will be taking the reigns and sharing ways that people will be presenting in an entirely virtual environment and how you can use those same tools to collaborate with other teachers in the global education community.

The webinar will be at 7:00PM ETS tonight!

Darren Kuropatwa is currently Department Head of
Mathematics at Daniel McIntyre Collegiate  Institute in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He is
known internationally for his ability to weave the use of online social tools
meaningfully and concretely into his pedagogical practice and for “child safe”
blogging practices. He has more than 20 years experience in both formal and
informal education and 13 years experience in team building and leadership
training. Darren has been facilitating workshops for educators in groups of 4 to
300 for the last 10 years. Darren’s professional blog is called A Difference (http://adifference.blogspot.com/).

Lani Ritter Hall currently contracts as an instructional
designer for online professional development for Ohio teachers with eTech Ohio.
She is a National Board Certified Teacher who served in many capacities during
her 35 years as a classroom and resource teacher in Ohio and Canada. Lani blogs
at (http://possibilitiesabound.blogspot.com/).

We hope you can join us for the first EdTechConnect of the 07-08 school year!  It’s going to be a great one.

Click here to register for this EdTechConnect as well as future ones.


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