The NECC 2008 presentation “The Magic of Digital: Collaborative Interaction in Teacher Professional Development” was recorded and is available on The official description of this session in the conference program was:

The electricity often present when educators connect with each other using synchronous and/or asynchronous digital technologies is contagious for learning and transformative for professional practices.

Many thanks to Bud Hunt, April Chamberlain, Jeff Utecht, Clarence Fisher, Carolyn Foote, Brian Grenier, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, Darren Kuropatwa, and Dean Shareski for sharing during this presentation which focused on participant, presenter and organizer experiences during the K-12 Online Conference.

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4 Responses to The Magic of Digital: Collaborative Interaction in Teacher Professional Development

  1. Steve Kinney says:

    The corporate world has been using Web 2.0 and other online tools (such as Adobe Captivate) for a while now for their own internal professional development. I think that we, as teacher, are just beginning to scratch the surface when it comes to the collaboration between professionals that is possible โ€“ this is likely because we’re all usually so student-centric. Each classroom may be different, but there is a common thread that runs through all of them and when teachers from around the world are engaging in dialogue about best practices and new tools, then the possibilities are endless.

  2. […] became a reality. Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach already wrote eloquently about our planning meeting and Wes Fryer and Sheryl offer a full recap of our presentation at […]

  3. Cathy Nelson says:

    I wanted to be in this session, BUT there were so many sessions and other opportunities to pursue. Choices-choices-choices. Glad the ustreams are archived. Maybe like you, others will re-release them later so we can take time to virtually sit through them, either for the first time, or as a review after participating initially. WOW< isn’t that what K12Online is all about?

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