Monthly Archives: February 2011

ISTE 2011: Videoconference Sessions

The ISTE Program is searchable online now! Are you planning to go this year?! Here are all the video conference related sessions that I could find on the program. Sunday, June 26 Workshop: 8:30-3:30 Creating Environmental Literacy with Technology and … Continue reading

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Online Classes About Videoconferencing Start Feb. 28

Just a reminder that I have two online classes starting on February 28. Hope you can join us! Planning Interactive Curriculum Connections (An introduction to VC) Wondering how to integrate interactive video conference technology in your curriculum? This introduction to … Continue reading

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TWICE ASK Author: Nothing But Trouble

Today TWICE is hosting a day of sessions with author Sue Stauffacher on her book Nothing But Trouble: The Story of Althea Gibson. Althea Gibson was “the first African-American woman to be a competitor on the world tennis tour and … Continue reading

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Need Skype Partner Class – 8th Grade Social Studies

Help! Can anyone help me find another 8th grade social studies class? Here’s what my teacher wants to do: Dates: February 22 – March 4 (M-F) (negotiable) 10:40 – 11:25 a.m. EST A Southwestern, rural Michigan eighth grade class, studying … Continue reading

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MysteryQuest World Geography and Visuals

This week I have several classes participating in MysteryQuest World Geography. We’ve been facilitating this program since 2002, and it’s always fun to see what the students come up with for their presentations. This week we’ve had fun costumes, interesting … Continue reading

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TWICE ASK Author: Bessie Smith and the Night Riders

Today TWICE is hosting an awesome ASK program with Sue Stauffacher on her new book, Bessie Smith and the Night Riders. Sue is a wonderfully funny author and students really enjoy her books. Bessie Smith was the “Empress of Blues” … Continue reading

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Videoconferencing is “REAL”

As many of you know, I’m currently teaching an online class – 21st Century Communication Collaborations. One of the participants in the class is doing Weather Buddies – a year long collaboration with a Dallas ISD class. She described a … Continue reading

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