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Example Participant Page
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Participant Pages (Summer 2011)
Participant Pages (Summer 2010)
Dee Dee Branham
Participant Pages (Winter/Spring 2010)
Participant Pages (Fall 2009)
Participant Pages (Summer 2009)
Participant Name: Kaye Brinson
School: Woodward Academy (North)
Position: IT Coordinator
Example 1: Comic strip - Pixton
Name of Session:
Pushing the Limits- Web 2.0 and 21st Century Learning
Conference Year and Strand:
2008, Leading the Change
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Example 2: Voocaroo
Name of Session: Week in the Classroom- " Second Nature-Extending Dialogue in the Blogosphere"
Example 3: Xtranormal
Name of Session: Obstacles to Opportunities " The Technology Specialist as Teacher Leader: Strategies to Ensure Successful Technology Integration and Student Learnin in Schools- 2007"
Example 4: Gabcast
Name of Session: Ipods, Ispeak, Ising, Ilisten, ilearn
Example 5: Google Docs Presentation
Name of Session: Video Conferencing. " It's Easy, Free and Powerful"
Name of Session: New Tools: Trailfire
Name of Session:
Getting Started"Web 2.0 Tools to Amplify Elementary Students’ Creativity and Initiative
Example 8: Voicethread
Name of Session: "Oodles of Googles" Presented by Sharon Betts. K12 Online Conference. New Tools Strand. October 2007.
Example 9: Blabberize
Name of Session: " Kicking it up a Notch: Changing Disabilities into Possibilities"
Name of Session: "Obstacles to Opportunites " Challenging Assumptions about Technology Professional Development- 2007
In this session, she talks about expanding across the boundries of teaching. Changing the ways classrooms are managed and getting professional development and transferring it to the classroom. The method called Generation YES
(Youth Education Suceeding), the students would be helpers, tech teams and peer mentors and encouraging tech use. The teachers feel there is not enough time within the classrooms and teachers come back not without knowledge, but not getting the valuable teaching moments with the assistants of others( teachers and students)
Is there a lack of professional technology or do the teachers think they don't have enough time to implement in the classroom?
I would love to see more of the students assisting in the technology within the classroom and thereby I would be enabled to assist the teachers in implementation.
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Applying more student empowerment within the lessons.
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