Managed to get the “Makin’ Movies” presentation in just before we had our on board, pre-cast-off, emergency drill. We reconvened afterwards with just enough time for Hall to do a little “camera calisthenics” (all the hidden features in your camera menu) and for me to briefly give the instructions for our modified version
The Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference (PETE&C) is calling for presenter proposals. The conference will be held February 11-12, 2008, at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. You can check out the program schedule for more information. Proposals for one-hour concurrent presentations can be accessed here. Proposals for 3-hour and 6-hour pre-conference workshops on
After a quick breakfast with DEN director Scott Kinney, I headed down to a session by Tabula Digita (“Where there’s power in numbers”), the folks who make the multi-player math game whose finals were featured live in the concourse yesterday afternoon. The teachers this morning were just about as competitive and excited as
The day started with a great deal of nostalgia for me. Roger Wagner and his flagship program, HyperStudio, were the biggest reason I morphed from Spanish teacher into certifiable multimedia maniac. So when I bumped into him on Monday and he invited me to breakfast for the official announcement of HyperStudio, which he
My few minutes of fame got a couple of minutes’ boost yesterday when I attended Mitch Aiken and Frank Guttler’s American Film Institute presentation. During their "Digital Filmmaking in the Core Curriculum" session, Carol Anne McGuire and I got some screen time in the form of interviews that were video’d when we were
Along with fellow STAR Discovery Educator, Carol Anne McGuire, I will be attending and having a small part in the American Film Institute’s "Digital Filmmaking in the Core Curriculum" presentation on Monday at 11:00. I’m looking forward to (re)connecting with many of you at the DEN events and/or the AFI session.