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Introduction


This is a list of possible sessions that you can add to, either because you'd like a session on the topic, or because you feel comfortable facilitating such a discussion. The sessions are intended to be group dialogs on a topic, and not formal presentations. You can add yourself as a potential facilitator to any topic.

At the start of the workshop (the actual day) we'll take a vote on all sessions and determine which sessions to add into the formal schedule. (You can vote as many times as you like!) If there is a session that you are interested in but doesn't get included in the formal schedule, you are encouraged to seek the volunteer facilitator out during the ample "break and breakout" times. You can even schedule your own meeting at any time during the day if you have folks who want to do that--remember, this is an "unconference!"

Session Offers


  • Social Networking for Professional Development
    Facilitator(s): Steve Hargadon
    Looking at the use of social networking tools for educational professional development. Steve Hargadon and/or any willing co-facilitators
  • Social Networking: A Beginners Guide (8)
    Facilitator(s): Steve Hargadon
    How to set up a social network using Ning, and tips and tricks for its use in education.
  • Social Bookmarking
    Facilitator(s):
  • Web 2.0 and Education
    Facilitator(s): Steve Hargadon
    Why Web 2.0 represents a dramatic and historic change in how we view learning and education because of the participatory nature of the technologies.
  • Incredible tool for the visually impaired System Access to Go
Marsha Bork, Madison School District will demonstrate this wonderful new (free!) tool that is based on the special needs software,
JAWShttp:www.satogo.com/

Ideas


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* UStream/broadcast some/all sessions so that there can be broader participation.

Back to Phoenix page.

Introduction


This is a list of possible sessions that you can add to, either because you'd like a session on the topic, or because you feel comfortable facilitating such a discussion. The sessions are intended to be group dialogs on a topic, and not formal presentations. You can add yourself as a potential facilitator to any topic.

At the start of the workshop (the actual day) we'll take a vote on all sessions and determine which sessions to add into the formal schedule. (You can vote as many times as you like!) If there is a session that you are interested in but doesn't get included in the formal schedule, you are encouraged to seek the volunteer facilitator out during the ample "break and breakout" times. You can even schedule your own meeting at any time during the day if you have folks who want to do that--remember, this is an "unconference!"

Session Offers


  • Social Networking for Professional Development
    Facilitator(s): Steve Hargadon
    Looking at the use of social networking tools for educational professional development. Steve Hargadon and/or any willing co-facilitators
  • Social Networking: A Beginners Guide (8)
    Facilitator(s): Steve Hargadon
    How to set up a social network using Ning, and tips and tricks for its use in education.
  • Social Bookmarking
    Facilitator(s):
  • Web 2.0 and Education
    Facilitator(s): Steve Hargadon
    Why Web 2.0 represents a dramatic and historic change in how we view learning and education because of the participatory nature of the technologies.
  • Incredible tool for the visually impaired System Access to Go
Marsha Bork, Madison School District will demonstrate this wonderful new (free!) tool that is based on the special needs software,
JAWShttp:www.satogo.com/

Ideas


**
* UStream/broadcast some/all sessions so that there can be broader participation.