It is not an exaggeration to say I remain enthused about the no-cost K-12 Online Conference year round. This time of year, however, just a month away from the start of the actual conference it’s easy to be even MORE excited, particularly with the release of so many TEASER TRAILERS in the past week. Here are a few standouts– Nine more are scheduled to be published (one per day) in the upcoming week and a half.

“Film School for Podcasters” Teaser by Mathew Needleman

Jackie Gerstein’s teaser for “Web 2.0 Tools to Amplify Elementary Students’ Creativity and Initiative” was created with TikaTok, a website “where kids channel their imagination into stories – and publish those stories into books for you to share and treasure with friends and family.”

Several presenters have used Animoto quite effectively to create their teasers. Two of these include:

Laurie Fowler’s “Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies”

What is School? (Keynote Presentation) by Alice Barr, Bob Sprankle, and Cheryl Oakes

H Songhai’s presentation “What did you do in school today, last month and three years ago?” also looks great based on the description and teaser:

I virtually met H Songhai back in December of 2006 when I was preparing my introductory video “Perspectives on classroom blogging” for my MacWorld 2007 presentation on blogging.

It’s going to be a GREAT 2008 K-12 Online Conference! 🙂

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