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Pepperdine OMET/MALT Alumni Conference – Day 2 & 3

I began the presentations on the 2nd day of the Pepperdine OMET/MALT Alumni Conference.  I shared how my own Cadre 9 Action Research impacted my teaching and my student’s experiences.  I also shared how I built a PLN through Google Teacher Academy, meeting edtech teachers & Teacher Librarians on Twitter, presenting at conferences, co-founding edcampPDX

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There and back again

I am thrilled that Pepperdine has decided to have an OMET/MALT alumni conference alongside when the new Cadre 15 will begin.  My participation in the Online Masters of Educational Technology (now called Masters of Learning Technologies) program was life changing for me.  I was challenged to connect with all types of educators using online and

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OASL reflections

I attended the OASL 2010 conference in Bend, Oregon on October 8th and 9th.  I attended the afternoon pre-conference and several sessions on Saturday that have impacted my understanding and teaching as a teacher librarian. On Friday afternoon, I had the pleasure to hear Jerene Battisti and Angelina Benedetti share newly published books at their

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NCCE 2010

If you are attending the Northwest Council of Computer Education (NCCE)  conference in Seattle this week – please introduce yourself or Twitter using the hastag #NCCE10 so I can find you.  Or better yet -  stop by my presentations and say HI! Wednesday 3/3/10:   5-8 pm Using VoiceThread for Interactive Projects workshop (fee) http://edtechvision.wikispaces.com/VoiceThread

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Annual Report II contest entry

Dan Meyer has done it again – another contest – Annual Report II.  The basic idea is to DESIGN information in four ways to represent 2008 as you experienced it. If you look at my second graph (below) you’ll understand why I missed the first Annual Report contest – I was on a self-imposed “no

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Upcoming Tech Conference presentations

Just a heads up:  I will be presenting a 3 hour hands-on workshop and several one hour sessions at the NCCE conference in Portland on February 19th & 20th Integrating Google Tools 4 Teachers ($85 extra) Morning Workshop, Friday, February 20, 2009, from 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM Description: Come learn how you can use

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