For the Real World Design Challenge presentation, I, of course, am
bringing the students to help present. Is there anything special I need
to do in terms of registration for them? I assume that they are only
going to be there for our presentation.
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Subject: Update - DL 2009
Dynamic Landscapes - 2009
It's that time of year.... lets get registered! Please try to get as
many regular classroom teachers as possible from your school to attend
this great conference.
Who wouldn't benefit from....
Ning, Jing, &Ring-a-Ding Ding: Fun with Web 2.0 Lisa Fernald
Come to this hands-on Web 2.0 session and have a ton offun!! This is a
"PlaySession." You will play with allsorts of Web 2.0 tools. We wills
pend time with Ning, a social networking creation tool that isn't
difficult at all to use. We will create fun and colorful word clouds
with Wordle. Next on to Jing, which we will use to create a short video
by capturing what is on our screen. Would you likes omething Delicious?
We'll play with that too... social bookmarking. On to YouTube and/or
TeacherTube where we will find great videos. I will probably throw in
few surprises along the way.
If you plan to bring a laptop please download Jing prior to the
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