Confirmed - October 14 at 7 to 8pm CST/8 to 9pm EST

Elluminate link:
https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=M.BCB4DFE87DA4243B4040ACD3044AF9

Twitter hashtag: #k12online10

Agenda:
Roles and Responsibilities
Name
Intro and Welcome
Kim Caise
Introduction of keynote speaker
Andrew Ziobro
Prepare excerpt of keynote presentation

Q & A - prepared questions and questions from chat during the live session
Susan van Gelder
Close session
Kim Caise

All of us:

Foster conversation in the chat throughout the session
Promote the session via blogs, Twitter, Plurk, Facebook and other social networks
Publicity committee will do most of the promoting of the event

Introduction of keynote speaker


Dean Shareski is a Digital Learning Consultant with the Prairie South School Division in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. He specializes in the use of technology in the classroom. He holds a Masters of Education in Communications and Technology through the University of Saskatchewan. He is also a sessional lecturer for the University of Regina.

Since 2004 Dean has been immersed in understanding what the Read/Write Web is all about and how the new shape of knowledge changes how we all learn. He believes teachers and students ought to use technology to connect ideas and learners in safe, relevant, authentic ways to answer questions, share ideas and develop community. Learning can be, and should be, fun and personal. Dean was awarded the 2010 ISTE Award for Outstanding Leadership in Technology and Education.
He blogs at: http://ideasandthoughts.org/

Welcome Dean. Thank you for joining us.
We will be streaming his video and then have an opportunity for questions. Feel free to post questions in the chat as we go along.

Questions for Dean


What motivated you to create the presentation for the conference?
What is your favorite web 2.0 tool right now and why?
What advice/tips would you share with people who want to know how to get the most out of the K12online conference?
What motivated you to become an educator?
What motivated you to create the presentation for the conference?
What is your favorite web 2.0 tool right now and why?
What advice/tips would you share with people who want to know how to get the most out of the K12online conference?
What motivated you to become an educator?
How did you discover Dan Meyer's blog?
Are there additional ways that people can share other than those you included in your video?
What kind of comments or responses have you received after your video was posted and shared with the K12 Online Conference community?
Do you have any suggestions for convincing school districts/boards that sharing / collaboration is important for students?