Sunday, April 26, 2009
"Exploring New Territories" was the conference theme of NETA 2009, and the message resonating from the new venue to the sessions couldn't be clearer: We must change our teaching today to prepare our students for their world tomorrow.
In addition to finishing up my three-year term on the NETA Board of Directors, I was honored to be able to present four different sessions at Nebraska's annual Educational Technology Conference.
I've linked to the materials and/or presentations below:
Rising to the Challenge- CBL at O'Neill Public Schools (with Deb Barelmann) (NETA 09)
Enthusiastic and Innovative. This project takes learning to a different level.
Katie Morrow's iCollaborate session was absolutely awesome! It was packed full of inventive ideas. In fact, she probably could have spent a couple of days on them. I would love to attend a more in depth session to see exactly how she manages some of her many projects!
Transform your Classroom into a Classroom of Tomorrow (with fellow ADEs: Joanna Seymour, Therese Laux, and Ross Abels) (NETA 09)
They had a great message to share and others should hear it.
iWork: Productivity and Projects Workshop
For a fun "roving reporter" view of NETA 2009 check out Dale Holt's video highlights at "NotYourAverageTeacher.com"