This podcast is a recording of my presentation at TCEA 2007 making the case for 1 to 1 computing in our schools. By one to one computing, I mean an environment where every learner is empowered with a wireless, mobile computing device capable of authoring multimedia content. My official session description in the TCEA program was: Every school should be proactively moving toward a 1:1 digital future, helping teachers develop capacities for engaging students in the learning process through technology. All learners (teachers and students) in one to one computing environments are equipped with wireless computing devices, access to digital curriculum, and the capacities to safely collaborate and author multimedia content for a variety of audiences.
- Session wiki site
- My Presentation links and image attribution links (shared via a public Google Notebook)
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- Visualizing Sharing #edushare - 2012
- Create iPad Stories with StoryPatch - 2011
- Podcast370: Cool Tools for the Classroom by Dr Carl Owens - 2011
- Cool Tools for the Classroom by Dr Carl Owens #msmeca11 - 2011
- Leading Schools with Digital Vision in a Bubblesheet World (Slidecast) #msmeca11 - 2011
- To what countries have you Skyped? (from Mississippi) #msmeca11 - 2011
- Outsourcing school district IT staff - 2010
- Online learning at Crescent, Oklahoma - 2010
- Teaching more content with an IWB is not transformational - 2010