It is official: I learned today I will be starting work on June 19th as the Director of Education Advocacy for AT&T in the state of Oklahoma. I will be relocating to Oklahoma City with my family, which will be a great move for us for many reasons. This will be a GREAT opportunity for me to continue my work as a vocal advocate for learning as conversation, messy assessment, digital storytelling, safe digital social networking, collaborative use of read/write web tools in the classroom, and the use of primary sources to study and understand the diverse voices of history and our world.
This position does not involve sales or commissions: I will be a K-20 educational liason working with teachers, technology and curriculum directors, superintendents and principals on a variety of issues related to educational technology, technology integration, and 21st century learning.
What a relief, the year long job hunt is at last over! Now a new adventure begins.
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On this day..
- Playing with Media in Houston, Texas - 2011
- Education can empower us with skills to act upon the world - 2010
- Sketchcasting: A combination of blogging, talking and drawing! - 2010
- Lots of phone stalls, but not many phones! - 2010
- T3 Grant Notes (ARRA Stimulus funds for Educational Technology competitively released by the Texas Education Agency) - 2009
- Podstock Southwest in El Paso - 6-7 August 2009 - 2009
- Discussing GirlsGoGames.com - A conversation about values and media literacy - 2009
- Moodle as "the killer app" - 2008
- The benefits of unplugging - 2008
- Professional development and professional learning networks are key - 2007