Update Dec 28th: The archive of our Google Hangout is available!

Please join Jason Neiffer, Jennie Magiera and I tomorrow at noon EST / 11 am CST / 10 am MST / 9 am PST for an impromptu Google Hangout: The 2014 EdTech Crystal Ball Webcast! The official description is:

Join Jason Neiffer, Jennie Magiera and Wesley Fryer as they discuss the future of educational technology (both predicted and hoped for) in 2014. Come peer through the crystal ball of edtech with us! Classroom 2.0 Live is taking the weekend off, so The 2014 EdTech Crystal Ball Webcast is here to meet your need for free, engaging, Saturday online professional development! Use the Twitter hashtag #edtech2014cb during the show to share comments and questions.

Add this event to your Google calendar and RSVP with this Google+ Event link. If I’ve set this up correctly, you should be able to view our Google Hangout On Air using that link. We’ll also tweet the live link to join tomorrow.

Here are some of the discussion questions we may address in the webcast:

  1. What are the most innovative schools and school districts going to keep doing in 2014 with educational technology?
  2. What educational technologies will “become normalized” in some schools in 2014?
  3. How will MOOCs evolve in 2014 and affect K-12 teachers and students?
  4. What policy changes will innovative schools make in 2014 to accommodate BYOD initiatives?
  5. What will innovative schools do in 2014 with respect to Internet content filtering?
  6. How will online schooling options / distance learning course options continue to mature in 2014?
  7. How important is a district-supported learning management system for scalable blended learning?
  8. What role will STEM education play in educational reform and transformation in 2014?

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Check out Wesley's new ebook, "Mapping Media to the Common Core: Volume I." (2013) It's $15!

If you're trying to listen to a podcast episode and it's not working, check this status page. (Wes is migrating his podcasts to Amazon S3 for hosting.) Remember to follow Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wesley's Facebook pages for "Speed of Creativity Learning" and his eBook, "Playing with Media." Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Mapping Media to the Common Core / Curriculum."

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