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We'd like to thank the following sponsors for allowing us to run our first workshop at no cost to participants:
Host: WikiSpaces
Platinum: Del.icio.us
Gold: Atlassian Literacy & Technology; Ning; Pexagon Technologies, Wonderful Flash Drives; We Are Teachers WebEx
Silver: Atomic Learning; Connect Beam; Learning Objects Vyew Wiziq

Blog / Photo tag: "CR20LIVESF08" (Technorati) (Google) (Flickr).
Back-channel Chat: MAIN, Track 1, Track 2
HOTEL WIRELESS: "hotel" "civic"

Friday, February 1, 2008

9am
Welcome and Introductions
How a collaborative conference works, the "rule of two feet," etc.

9:30 - 10:15am
Track 1: An Introduction to Web 2.0
A beginners guide to Web 2.0 and its role in the world of education. Included: a look at the "Classroom Learning 2.0" online tutorial from Connie Williams and Jack Siminitus from the California School Library Association 2.0 Team.
Track 2: "5 Minute Lightning Demos"
Steve Hargadon facilitates active Web 2.0 users through 5-minute demonstrations of what they are working on or Web 2.0 / collaborative technologies they are excited about.
9:35am PIBB
9:42am Ustream.tv
9:47am SKYPE
9:54am twitter
10:03am xtimeline
10:10am What Open Source has to do with Web 2.0, and what is has to offer teachers
10:15 - 10:30am
Social & Sharing Break

10:30 - 10:45am
Special remote Q&A with students from Victoria Davis' class in Georgia
Links to their planning wiki

10:45 - 11:30am
Track 1: A Basic Blogging Tutorial
Andy Pass gives an overview of blogging and education, including a look at blogging platforms.
Track 2: Using Vyew for Collaborative E-Learning Henry Hon. Web 2.0 is changing education and corporate training applications by allowing instructors and students to collaborate online together in real time or separately over time. Rather than one-to-many methodologies such as lectures, textbooks and video-on-demand, Web 2.0 collaboration provides a rich environment for instructors and students to interact on assignments and tests. We shall discuss Web 2.0 collaborative learning and assessment strategies that significantly increase students’ group interactions, stimulate students’ interest in learning and lead students to achieve their goals in educational and corporate training applications. For example, teachers and corporate trainers can provide students with opportunities to actively participate in the collaborative learning processes by setting up hypotheses for inquiries, conducting their own research, and collecting and organizing digital artifacts to explain phenomena. Instructors can then collaboratively evaluate the work with students. Attendees will see how Web 2.0 collaboration is creating the future of e-learning and will take away ideas for implementing Web 2.0-based learning systems and methodologies at their organizations.
11:30am - 12:15pm
Lunch
lunch_in_SF.jpg
Bento Lunch at Hotel Restaurant


12:15 - 1:00pm
Lunch continued, Skype/Flashmeeting Guests!
12:15pm
12:20pm
12:25pm
12:30pm: Sylvia Martinez
12:35pm
12:40pm
12:45pm: Darren Draper
12:50pm: Arthus Erea
12:55pm
Instructions for guests: (will change, so check at the time!)
1:00 - 1:45pm
Track 1: Wikis in Education
Sarah Cove and Adam Frey of Wikispaces give an interactive overview of wikis and their use in education.
Track 2: Driving Class Engagement with Facebook and other Social Networks
Michael Staton. Navigating participation in and using social networks not typically used for school to drive engagement and enthusiasm for class.
1:45 - 2:15pm
Social & Sharing Break

2:15 - 3:00pm
Track 1: An Introduction to Social Bookmarking
Stephen Hood and Chris Kim. Social Bookmarking websites allow people to store, organize and access their bookmarks from any computer at any time. In addition, you can share interesting sites with fellow teachers and students, as well as discover what others have been bookmarking in your areas of interest. In this session, two members of the social bookmarking site del.icio.us will provide an overview and give step-by-step instructions on how to set up an account, save your favorite sites, create networks for sharing, and discover other interesting sites. Effective uses in the classroom will also be discussed, and we will leave time for open Q&A.
Track 2: Moodle from the Student Point of View
Joseph Thibault. A quick guided tour through my high school days and how they might have looked if Moodle had been available. Participants will be guided through multiple sample Moodle courses in an effort to showcase the various ways technology can be incorporated and implemented into
classrooms; from the very basic level to more advanced features of Moodle. All attendees with computer access will also be able to register for one of our state eLearning Centers and begin creating their own Moodle classroom during the presentation.
3:00 - 3:30pm
Lightning Demo: Edmodo.com
Day Wrap-up and "Best Things Learned"

Dinner
Casually-organized dinner get-togethers


Saturday, February 2, 2008

9:00am
Welcome & Introductions
Look at wiki notes, photos, etc.
From tagging to RSS
Open Your Bags / Favorite Tool & Introductions

9:30 - 10:15am
Track 1: Podcasting, an Overview?
Track 2: Social Bookmarking and Beyond
Steve interviews Maggie Tsai from Diigo.com, who gives a tour of their Advanced Social Bookmarking program and discusses how Social Annotation goes beyond social bookmarking to enable more productive online reading and collaboration. As more of the learning process involves online reading, research and collaboration, better tools are needed -- Diigo was designed with this need in mind.
10:15 - 10:45am
Social & Sharing Break

10:45 - 11:30am
Track 1: What is Social Networking and Why Is it Important?
Steve Hargadon and Jane Krauss discusses what social networks are, why you don't necessarily need to be afraid of them, and how they can be used in education.
Track 2: Integrating Online Learning in an Urban Heterogenous Classroom
Ben Sanoff. This workshop explores a high school teacher’s experience integrating online learning into his classroom and the wider school community. Participants will learn how to design collaborative online assignments by seeing examples of the Berkeley High Moodle and student generated multimedia Wikispaces pages. Throughout the presentation the focus will be on practical approaches to integrating online learning and providing ideas and inspiration for your own classroom.
11:30am - 12:15pm
Bag Lunch: XO Demonstration: Lots of information for you here on Clrm 2.0 XO GROUP

12:15 - 1:00pm
Lunch continued, Skype/Flashmeeting Guests!
12:15pm Liz Davis
12:20pm Ben Wilkoff
12:25pm
12:30pm
12:35pm
12:40pm
12:45pm Dean Shareski
12:50pm Wiziq
12:55pm Andy Pass on We Are Teachers
Instructions for guests: (will change, so check at the time!)
  • Skype: skype stevehargadon
1:00pm - 1:45pm
Track 1: Google It!
Melinda Holt. Learn to collaborate with your colleagues and others using Google products. Google is a search engine and so much more!! There are a wide variety of services offered by Google that are free and ready to use. All you need to know is where they are, how to use them and, if you're going to collaborate, how to share. This workshop will detail Google Docs & Spreadsheets, iGoogle, Analytics, Pages, Calendar and other "goodies" in the Google Lab. Handouts provided.
Track 2: Using Ning for Social Networking
A facilitated discussion on how Ning can be used for classroom and professional development networks.
1:45 - 2:15pm
Social and Sharing Break

2:15 - 3:00 pm
Track 1: 5 Minute Lightning Demos
2:20pm
EFF
2:27pm WizIQ?
2:34pm VOICETHREAD (Jane Krauss)
2:41pm Flickr in the Classroom (Jan Chermin)
2:48pm Edublogs (Gail Desler)
2:55pm Edu2.0 (Graham Glass)
Track 2: How to Be a Wiki Evangelist Within Your Organization
Stewart Mader shares strategies on wiki adoption and discusses "wikipatterns.com."
3:00 - 3:30pm
Day Wrap-up and "Best Things Learned"