The password to both our Gabcast channel and Chatzy room is the SAME and will be shared this morning during my opening keynote.
I’m sharing a closing presentation at the conference today to summarize learning points and will use audio recordings shared by conference attendees from our Gabcast channel. Links to presentation slides for both my presentations (“Navigating Opportunities and Risks in Hyperconnected Schools” and “Guidelines & Instructional Applications for Cell Phone Use @ School“) are available.
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