After an educational day at this year's EduBloggerCon, I thought I'd better figure out where I'm supposed to be for the rest of the duration. Here's a quick run-down of some of the things I hope not to miss (because I'll be directly involved in each):

Tuesday, July 1

  • 2:00-3:00pm, HGCC 217 A - Social Networking in Education

    I am extremely excited to participate on this panel with several progressive educators (Steve Hargadon, Steve Dembo, James Klein, Michael McVey and Dennis O'Connor), each of whom has much to add to the discussion surrounding social networking and education.
Wednesday, July 2
  • 8:30-9:30am, Bloggers' Cafe - Blogging and Twitter Etiquette

    I will be facilitating this discussion with David Jakes, Kristen Hokanson, and Scott Swanson. Based upon a few of the ideas we've begun to explore here.
  • 1:30-2:30pm, HGCC 207 A - The Walls Came Down: Incubating Collaborative Learning Environments

    This is a panel based upon a number of exciting events that have occurred during the last year. We hope to illustrate a number of possibilities now afforded teachers and students given the kinds of collaborative tools now freely available. With Vicki Davis, Kelly DuMont, Robin Ellis, Carolyn Foote, Kristin Hokanson and Beth Ritter-Guth, I hope to discuss what we've learned in our experiences with OpenPD and offer an objective perspective to the use of new tools.
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