I’ve Been Busy Part II: The k12 Online Conference

I spent many hours last week recording and editing video!

I am “presenting” three sessions for the k12 Online Conference, which is going on right now. My first session, Blog if You Love Learning is already live. Head on over to see what I hope is a fun and informative overview of blogs in education. I was inspired by former science teacher Alton Brown’s Good Eats and Amanda Congdon‘s Rocketboom (the old Rocketboom), and I used Snapz Pro for the first time, so hopefully I can hold attention for an hour… and then some. I hope you’ll check it out and leave a comment if you watch it. :)

My next presentation will be “Two-Way Teaching” which is a fast paced overview of the read/write web in education – and using these tools for two-way teaching. NOTE: It’s now Wednesday and the link is live!

Then, on Friday, I offer “Wiki While You Work” an overview of, you guessed it, wikis in education. I’ll add this final link when it’s time. :)

One Response to “I’ve Been Busy Part II: The k12 Online Conference”

  1. Mark Wagner’s on fire! at teaching.mrbelshaw.co.uk Says:

    [...] k12online06, Mark Wagner, Microblog, wiki.   Add to EdBloggerNews    Print This Post Mark Wagner of the excellent EdTechLife blog is pretty much on fire at the moment(metaphorically speaking of course). Not only has he produced three presentations for the K12 Online Conference, as well as wikis on various subjects relating to some training he’s been doing but his post for Infinite Thinking Machine on 21st Century Skills and the Infinite World of Information contains more useful links than you can shake a stick at. Oh, and he’s currently finishing off his PhD as well. What a guy! Bookmark:These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. [...]