Following the guidelines of the 2007 K-12 Online Conference professional development committee’s posted rubric, I’ve used Gabcast this afternoon/evening to reflect on Liz Kolb’s wonderful presentation yesterday “Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools.”
I have created a new blog on Blogger (for free of course) for my professional development reflections, for the K12Online07 conference as well as other PD that may come up in the future. I titled this “Wesley Fryer’s PD Reflection Blog.” I’ve posted my reflection about Liz’s presentation there, but I’m also using the provided “embed” code from Gabcast to share a Flash-player link to the reflection directly here. The reflection is about 20 minutes long.
Following the rubric created by the K12Online07 professional development committee, this is my reflection on Liz’s excellent presentation.
What a FANTASTIC presentation this was by Liz. WOW!!! I highly recommend this session, I am going to start implementing some of the ideas and suggestions Liz shared this week on a field trip I’m taking with some scouts to a local history museum on Thursday, and with my 5th grade Sunday School students on Sunday! Who would have imagined we have such power in the palm of our hands when we are holding a cell phone! Thanks for opening up my mind to so many learning and authoring possibilities, Liz!
(The link on Liz’s presenter page to her blog for K12Online07 is currently broken, if you access it before it gets fixed you’ll need to truncate the dot and slash at the end. Or just use my direct link to her blog above!)
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