This podcast (introduced by my wife, Shelly) is a recording of a session I shared at the 2008 Oklahoma Technology Association (OTA) conference in Oklahoma City on February 5, 2008, titled “K-12 Online Conference – Free Professional Development on Web 2.0 Technologies.” The conference program description for this session was: The K-12 Online Conference offers a fantastic, free opportunity for educators around the world to learn together about innovative and effective ways web 2.0 (read/write web) technologies are and can be used to engage students as well as improve opportunities for learning. Each October, over 40 free presentations created by teachers around the world are posted on the k12onlineconference.org website. Over 50,000 educators from around the world participated in the conference in 2007. A series of live events as well as asynchronous interaction options are available during and after the conference. Learn how you can participate, AND earn professional development credit. Learn more on www.k12onlineconference.org.
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On this day..
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- #cuemacul Ed Tech Road Trip Meetup in Oklahoma City March 18th #OkEdtweetup - 2013
- Jailbroken or not, Google Voice is available on your iPhone - 2010
- Reviewing Captain Underpants and other favorite books on Ustream - 2009
- A First Place Tie for Film on the Fly about Pi - 2009
- Thanks to Marco Torres for the term "quick victories" - 2008