The FREE 2009 K-12 Online Conference officially kicks off a week from today, on Monday, November 30, 2009. Five new teaser trailers have been added to our Conference Ning in the past week, and also posted to the conference blog. Check them out, and if you have not already:
- Join the K12Online Ning
- Subscribe to K12Online in Twitter
- Become a fan of K12Online on Facebook
- Subscribe to the K12Online blog in your favorite news reader/RSS aggregator
- Check out the PARTICIPANTS section of our conference wiki
- Plan to join us Wednesday December 3rd / Thursday December 4th and Saturday December 12th for conference live events!
Here are the recently added teasers!
This is Mathew Needleman’s teaser trailer for his K12Online09 presentation, “Steal This Preso!”
Here’s the teaser video for Joyce Valenza‘s keynote presentation in the “Getting Started” strand, “The Wizard of Apps.” As a Kansan and someone who’s heard jokes about “The Wizard of Oz” and “We’re not in Kansas Anymore” more times than I can count, I’m really looking forward to this metaphorical approach to creative learning and digital collaboration!
Carol Broos and Carol Vrotny created the following teaser video for their presentation, “To Those Who Want to Rock – Don’t Suppose Compose!” As a fan of Garageband and other music-creation software programs, I can’t wait to see this presentation!
Last of all, Neil Stephenson created the “Remixing History Teaser” for his K12Online09 presentation, “Remixing in the Classroom: Engagement for History Students.” As a history and social studies educator, as well as digital storyteller, I’m REALLY looking forward to hearing more from Neil.
The 2009 K-12 Online Conference is going to be FANTASTIC because of the creativity and willingness to share of teachers like Mathew, Kelley, Carol, Carol and Neil.
And the price for admission to this amazing, global learning experience?
See you at the conference!
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