Hello All,

I invite, and encourage you to participate in the 2008 K12 Online Conference. As a volunteer for this year's conference, I can tell you that there are going to be some great sessions!

This conference is free to participate in and is presented entirely online. You can participate live in fireside chats and/or download the sessions when they are posted. This has proven to be an exceptional resource in years past and one you will want to share.

This year’s conference begins with a pre-conference keynote the week of October 13, 2008. The following two weeks, October 20-24 and October 27-31, forty presentations will be posted online to the conference.

For more information, please see the attached or visit: http://k12onlineconference.org/

The presenters by strand are:

Getting Started

Free Tools for Universal Design for Learning in Literacy
Jennifer Kraft

The Google Gamut: Everything you need to get started.
Kern Kelley

I Like Delicious Things
Chris Betcher

Never Too Young
Sharon Betts

Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies (Suggestions for revised focus)
Laurie Fowler

Travelling Through the Dark
Steven Kimmi

Video Conferencing
Brian Crosby

Web 2.0 Tools to Amplify Elementary Students’ Creativity and Initiative
Jackie Gerstein

What Did You Do In School…?
H. Songhai

Prove It!

Best Practices with Primary Access: An Overview of Research on Student Creation of Highly Scaffolded Digital Documentaries in a History Classrooms
Glen Bull, Thomas Hammond, Curby Alexander

Facilitating Tech Integration: A Synthesis of the Research
Jon Becker

Open, Social, Connected: Reflections of an Open Graduate Course Experience
Alec Couros

Professional Development without Borders: A Research and Support Model for Global Education
Konrad Glogowski and Sharon Peters

Promise into Practice: What It Now Means to Teach Adolescent Readers and the Impact of the Results
Sara Kajder

Throwing the Box Away
Barbara Bray

We Like Our Blogging Buddies: The Write Stuff with Blogging Mentors
Kathy Cassidy and Patrick Lewis

“You know, I can download those pictures myself and show you how to make a Photostory”
Elaine Newton

Using Online Argument Role-Play to Foster Learning to Argue and Arguing to Learn in a High School Composition Class
Richard Beach

Kicking It Up A Notch

Games in Education
Sylvia Martinez

Oh the Possibilities
Lisa Parisi

Changing Disabilities
Elizabeth Lloyd

Back-channels in the Classroom
Scott Snyder

Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects
Kim Cofino and Jen Wagner

Interactive tools for remote and synchronous mentoring
Michele Wong Kung Fong

Monsters Bloom in Our Wiki
Ann Oro and Anna Baralt

Parental Engagement in the 21st Century - Leveraging web 2.0 tools to engage parents in non-traditional ways
Lorna Costantini and Matt Montagn

Film School for Video Podcasters
Mathew Needleman

Leading The Change

Beyond the Stacks: Using Emerging Technologies to Strengthen Teacher-librarian Leadership
Carlene Walter and Donna DesRoches

Current leadership models are inadequate for disruptive innovations
Scott McLeod

Overcoming Entropy
Louise Maine

Pushing the Limits: Web 2.0 and 21st Century Learning
Aimee Stoffel

Ramapo Islands
Peggy Sheehy

Teaching Web 2.0 - Everything you need in one place
Wendy Drexler

Telling the New Story: Leverage Points for Inspiring Change Orientation
David Warlick

The Lie of Community: The True Nature of the Network
Bud Hunt

There’s Something Going on Here You Need to Know About…
Dennis Richards and Charlene Chausis


Best,
Cliff

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Hi Cliff,
As an instructor in educational technology, I require my graduate students at CUNY to log on to last year's conference and "attend" a session. This year they will attend the October conference as part of their course work. Thanks for the overview.

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