Posted by: emapey | July 15, 2008

Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation Conference, Ustream Recordings & Chat Archives

Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation, is a one day conference/meetup for teachers, administrators, students, school board members, parents and anyone who is interested in education. Education is conversation. Conversation creates change.
The future of education does not exist in the isolated world of theory and abstract conference sessions. Instead, it exists in conversations. It exists in creating a robust learning network that is ever-expanding and just-in-time. Learning 2.0 is not the beginning of this conversation. It is merely a stopping point, a time to talk about the visible difference that we all seek. We read. We reflect. We write. We share. We learn.

You can watch the A Colorado Conversation Conference, Ustream Recordings & Chat Archives

1A) Pre-flight Check: Necessary Conditions for a 21st Century Classroom: Dan Maas, CIO, and Littleton Public Schools team

1B) Learning is Change: Authentic Learning for All: Ben Wilkoff, Cresthill Middle School, Douglas County School District.

1C) Stop searching – start connecting: The art of building personal learning communities that deliver: James Folkestad, Colorado State University

2A) The Two-Headed Monster: Competing Forces at Work (or why the teachers are frustrated with the tech guys, and vice versa): Bud Hunt, St. Vrain Valley School District

2B) Constructivist Teaching with Technology: Anne Smith, Barbara Stahlhut, Brad Meyer, Brian Hatak, and Karl Fisch, Arapahoe High School, Littleton Public Schools

2C) I do, we do, you do: Building a district-wide professional learning community: Tonia Johnson, Kelly Schwichtenberg, Jeff Lewis, Dave Tarwater, and Joe Miller, Adams 14 Schools

2D) IT’s Elementary: Collaborative Classroom Practices Lenski Elementary Teachers: Linda Jones, Boni Hamilton, Trecie Warner, Marcia Parrish, Jen Leavitt, Dana Wilhelm.

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