Post con session with David Warlick - Nov. 10th at 6pm CST/7pm EST/11pm GMT

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 K12 conference co-conveners and invite to share comments

Introduction of keynote speaker
Peggy George
Prepare excerpt of keynote presentation

Q & A - prepared questions and questions from chat during the live session
Kim Caise
Close session
Susan van Gelder
http://www.learncentral.org/node/115946

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


  • Amanda Marrinan is an early years teacher from Australia. She has created several content area blogs for her students from her main classroom blog. She tweets as marragem. Amanda convenes our 2010 “Week in the Classroom” strand.
  • Jose Rodriguez: is a third grade teacher in Los Angeles, CA actively promoting tech use in the elementary classroom, webcaster on the worldbridges network, exploring language learning on the web, and reaching out to educators in the Spanish speaking community. Jose convenes the 2010 “Leading the Change” strand.
  • Maria Knee is an experienced educator and sees herself as both a teacher and a learner. She teaches kindergarten in Deerfield, New Hampshire. She connects her students to the world through a classroom blog and skype chats, and she webcasts on the worldbridges network. She is the recipient of the 2008 Kay L. Bitter Vision Award for Excellence in Technology-based PK-2 Education sponsored by ISTE. Maria convenes the 2010 “Kicking it Up a Notch” strand.
  • Wesley Fryer is an educator, author, digital storyteller and educational change agent. He is the director of the non-profit “Story Chasers Inc.” which presents the “Celebrate Oklahoma Voices” digital storytelling and oral history project. Wes blogs at www.speedofcreativity.org. Wesley convenes the 2010 “Student Voices” strand.



David Warlick's Bio


http://davidwarlick.com/wordpress/?page_id=3

David Warlick has been a classroom teacher, district administrator, and staff consultant with the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction. For the past ten years, Mr. Warlick has operated The Landmark Project, a consulting, and innovations firm in Raleigh, North Carolina.

David’s attribution web site, Citation Machine, serves nearly a million page views a day and his classroom blogging tool, has served more than a quarter of a million teachers and students.
David Warlick is also the author of four books on instructional technology and 21st century literacy, and has spoken to audiences throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, The Middle East, and South America.

What makes David Warlick a highly effective and sought-after speaker is that, at heart, he is a teacher with a contagious passion and enthusiasm for helping people discover a brand new world of teaching and learning.


David Warlick’s unique voice and message combine a wide range of experiences, both in and outside the education arena. He ran two businesses before graduating from high school and spent more than a year in manufacturing before completing his undergraduate work. Mr. Warlick worked for nearly ten years as a middle school social studies, math, and science teacher, during which he also wrote award-winning instructional software and introduced hundreds of teachers to the educational potentials of personal computers.

In 1984, David moved to a central office position, as Director of Technology and then on to the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction where he served as a technology integration consultant and built the nation’s first state department of education web site.

Since 1995, Mr. Warlick has been the owner and principal consultant of The Landmark Project, a professional development and innovations firm in Raleigh North Carolina. During this time David has spoken at conferences and delivered workshops for educators throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, The Middle East, and South America.

David Warlick has been an innovator and leader in the field of educational technology and a prolific programmer. His classroom blogging site, **Class Blogmeister**, has served more than a quarter of a million teachers and students, and his attribution tool, Citation Machine, receives nearly a million page views a day. These and all of his other web tools for teachers are free.

David has also written four books about technology, contemporary literacy, and lifelong learning, and has contributed to other publications including Technology & Learning Magazine, ALA’s KnowledgeQuest, Education World, and CUE Online, and has been quoted in Education Week, The San Francisco Chronicle, The New York Times, Washington Post, and USA TODAY.



Questions

Content delivery is often driven by publishers who have a vested interest in keeping the notion of text book whether digital or print. Digital texts is just doing the same old thing - not innovative. How do we get out from under the power of text book publishers?

How can we convince the politicians that we need to bring joy back into classrooms?

Why did you feel this story had to be told?
Who did you hope to influence? Who do you hope will see this presentation?
What advice/tips would you share with people who want to know how to get the most out of the K12online conference?
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?
Can you tell us about your new book.

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?
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?