One of my TCEA 2005 session presentations was videotaped, and is now available via streaming video.

Of the sessions I presented during TCEA 2005 this year, my favorite was certainly my first session entitled “Luddite Literacy.” A video of my presentation with accompanying PowerPoint slides is now available online, and will continue to be available for the next year. To view it, visit the following site and click REGISTER HERE: http://tcea.minds.tv/.

My session is entitled “Luddite Literacy: Digital Tools or Toys for the 21st Century Classroom?” and runs for just over 50 minutes. My PowerPoint slides are also available separately on my website.

This direct link to the list of video streamed TCEA sessions may work for you alternatively and allow you to circumvent their online registration process.

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