I’ve posted two more reflections for professional development credit to the “open web” (to use a new term I learned from D’Arcy Norman) on my personal professional development reflections blog, using Gabcast. These reflections are on the presentations “More Than Cool Tools” and “Motivating Student Writers by Fostering Collaboration through Tagging and Aggregating.” Both were/are GREAT sessions! Here is the Gabcast Flash-player embed code (which Alan addressed, incidentally, in the “New Tools” preso) for both reflections:

Gabcast! K12Online07 Reflections by Wesley Fryer #8 – PD Reflection for K12Online07 Motivating Student Writers by Fostering Collaboration through Tagging and Aggregating Presentation

This is my professional development reflection for this wonderful panel presentation by international teachers involved in the Writing Matrix Project for the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. (www.k12onlineconference.org)

Gabcast! K12Online07 Reflections by Wesley Fryer #9 – PD Reflection for the K12Online07 More Than Cool Tools Presentation

This is my reflection for professional development credit, as well as feedback for presenters Alan Levine, Brian Lamb, and D’Arcy Norman, on their wonderful keynote address in the “New Tools” strand of the 2007 K-12 Online Conference. (www.k12onlineconference.org)

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