This podcast features a recording of the presentation I shared at NECC 2007 with Katie Beedon titled “Reinventing Education for the 21st-Century (Designing School 2.0).”

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  1. Referenced links from this presentation shared as a public Google Notebook
  2. 2007 K-12 Online Conference
  3. Presentation slides (PDF – 8.8 MB)
  4. The Greater Houston Educational Collaborative
  5. Wiki presentation curriculum for this session
  6. Blog responses: What does school 2.0 look like?
  7. Blog responses: How can teachers support school 2.0?
  8. Blog responses: Leadership/District support of school 2.0

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5 Responses to Podcast168: Reinventing Education for the 21st-Century (Designing School 2.0)

  1. […] accompany his recent NECC session “Reinventing Education for the 21st-Century (Designing School 2.0),” Wesley Fryer asked his audience to respond to three question, one of which was “How can […]

  2. […] however, and get to core issues. Most important among those issues is TIME. As I discussed in my NECC presentation about “school 2.0,” learning should no longer be formally constrained by traditional bell schedules. Schools should not […]

  3. James Sigler says:

    Dear Yoda,
    I have listened to all your past podcasts this summer and now feel up to the challenge of using Web 2.0 tools in my classroom. I’m going to try starting my own personal blog for my own profession growth. I want to use a class blog for my students. I also have an idea to start a Professional Development reflection blog for our district. I’m going to ask our Asst. Superintendent in charge of professional development about it. I also want to use a class wiki to create class stories. We’re going to try at least podcasting stories if not actual digital storytelling. We have one student computer in our room and a lab in our building that we visit for 60 min. a week, so it’s a little hard to use the tools when access is limited. However, I’m going to give it a shot next year.

  4. Wesley Fryer says:

    James: Thanks for sharing this report on your personal web 2.0 powered learning journey! That sounds great! Please keep in touch and let me know how things are going, I’d love to check out stories your students record and share next year and link to them both on my recommended podcasts list and here!

  5. James Sigler says:

    We did actually do a blog last year. Around Christmas all the 2nd and 3rd grade teachers read “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” to their classes. We read a chapter a day and asked a trivia question the next day during the morning announcements. Correct answers were put into a drawing for a prize at the end of the day. I wanted to make even it more interactive, so I set up a blog for our school about the book. I had an open-ended question for students to comment on. There were also links to an online quiz for each chapter. No other classes ended up doing it besides mine, but it was a good first attempt. It is at

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