The K12 Online Conference starts with the Pre-Conference on October 13. Each of the presenters are posting their presentations as podcasts 20 minutes or less. I am presenting the findings as an audio podcast and PowerPoint presentation. The teachers and students did all the work. Pat Lusher and Cecelia Nauda are coordinating the EETT grant and provided data, documents, and other information included in the powerpoint or as separate files below. Nancy Kuznicki and Donna Blanton shared podcasts about the projects. This presentation is on Thursday, October 23 (Day 4).
I created several teasers with different tools and decided on a short video trailer for my presentation at the K12 Online Conference. We were asked to prepare our presentation in a 20 minute downloadable format. What might be the best way is to create a website with downloadable presentations, videos, podcasts, and files.
What is my presentation about?
I have been very lucky to work with some amazing people in Pinellas County Schools, Florida with the EETT grant for cross-age cross-curriculum projects. This meant that 109 teachers and eMentors were going to design and implement six 6 week ... more...
The K12 Online Conference 2008 invites participation from educators around the world interested in
innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve
learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to
everyone. The 2008 conference theme is “Amplifying Possibilities”. This
year’s conference begins with a pre-conference keynote the week of
October 13, 2008. The following two weeks, October 20-24 and October
27-31, forty presentations will be posted online to the conference blog for participants to download and view. Live Events in
the form of three “Fireside ... more...
Last Comment By Ken September 15, 2008 -- 08:38 PM
I am learning different programs to create a teaser for my presentation at the K12 Online Conference on Cross-Age Cross-Curriculum Projects from Pinellas County Schools in Florida. This presentation will be sharing how these projects were developed, impacted student achievement, and new projects they are starting this year. Here’s one I made this morning with Animoto. Each of the presenters will probably create one or more teasers for their presentations. I’m still learning so will probably make a few more with different programs. Any feedback is welcome!