This Thursday and Friday, I will be presenting at the New Jersey Education Assocation’s statewide conference in Atlantic City. To be sharing presentation time with folks like Kevin Jarrett and Lisa Thumann is a bit humbling, and if I can get through the whole thing without spilling anything on myself or tripping over a computer wire, I’ll consider it a success.
If you’ll be at the convention, stop by High Tech Hall to see Kevin, Lisa, me, and a slew of other folks speak about (and, more importantly, show examples of) using various technological tools to enhance teaching and learning experiences.
On Thursday, I’ll be discussing “Exploring Online Personal Learning Networks” from 9am – 1pm (supporting wiki), then from 1pm – 5pm, it’s “Wikis, Wikis, Everywhere” (supporting wiki). These presentations are both condensed versions of multi-day PD courses I conducted when I worked at Hunterdon Central Regional High School.
On Friday morning from 10:15 to 11:15, I’ll be running a shorter, 1-hour version of “Wikis, Wikis” in Classroom 2, where participants will have access to computers and have the opportunity to create and explore along with me (computer access is limited and first come, first served, so get there early!).
Hope to see you in Atlantic City!