I will be participating in the iConnect iLearn conference in Colby, Kansas, the next two days.

I have proposed the following for an “unconference” session I’ll lead. What do YOU think are the important issues/themes which we should discuss?(I’ll be sure to podcast this later!)

When student published videos go viral: Lessons Learned

In Sept 2009, my 9 year old daughter’s 2 minute YouTube response to President Obama’s speech to US students went viral with over 180,000 views. In May 2010, a 6th grader in my hometown attracted the attention of Ellen with his YouTube remix of a Lady Gaga song. Greyson Chance is now a household name and national star with a record contract. In this session we’ll discuss the issues raised by these two situations and lessons to learn.


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