Both my keynote address and the session I co-presented with Vicki Allen were broadcast live over the web this morning from Richardson, Texas, and are available as archived videos. If you watched either or both of these videos “live” or view the archived versions, please leave comments and feedback here! Unfortunately the chat feature of Ustream wouldn’t work on the ESC10 network, but I am grateful the bandwidth was great and the firewall was friendly to these broadcasts!

Keynote: The Assessment Menu in our Web 2.0 World
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Breakout session: “Web 2.0 Tools Which Can Be Used For Assessing Student Learning”
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One Response to Presentations from Richardson, Texas this morning

  1. I’m on vacation right now in Europe but just had to check out your archived presentation. This video will join my collection of pd resources for pre and in-service language educators. Very well done! Thanks so much for sharing.

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