I'm also in full swing with the rest of the team prepping for LAN parties. That's Learning At Night, one of the ways we deliver Pro D opportunities to teachers in our district. (I can't talk about LAN without a nod to Kim Cofino and Jeff Utecht at the Bangkok International School who came up with the idea.) We submitted our own K12 Online presentation this year and it will be up for viewing on Tuesday Dec. 8 - LAN: Learning is Social. We've constructed a supporting wiki that outlines how to launch your own K12 Online LAN party.
At our first event we will be viewing 3 presentations:
- Building a Web 2.0 Culture by Paul Curtis
- Probing the Possibilities of Paperless Pedagogy by Jason Neiffer
- Around the World with Skype by Silvia Tolisano
All three presenters have generously agreed to Skype in for some informal conversation after we have viewed their presentations. As my friend @jansmith says, "The net is generous."
Why not join us?
Paul Curits from the New Tech Network (http://www.newtechnetwork.
org/) will be joining us live from Napa, California to discuss his presentation "Building a Web 2.0 Culture."
You can watch the presentation and participate in the conversation via Elluminate, an online learning space. Elluminate is free and easy to use.
Join us at 5pm!
Elluminate link: http://bit.ly/LAN44Dec
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