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December #ProjectPLN: Favorite webtools

It is here! The December issue of #ProjectPLN is ready to share.  In this issue we asked everyone to share their favorite web tools.  The resulting collection is great! It is always fun to see what tools others couldn’t live without and how they use them to improve learning in their classrooms. As a side note congratulations to my partner in crime Nick Provenzano (@thenerdyteacher) who will be presenting 2 poster sessions at ISTE 11, one of them being a session about #ProjectPLN!  Congratulations Nick, very excited for you! projectpln10 – Project PLN Issue 4 Create Your OpenZine Don’t forget about my favorites…you can find them on my Web 2.0 Advent Calendar. (Hint, the bird is your ticket back to the home page 🙂 )

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Reform Sympoisum: Who wants to help moderate?? #RSCON3

Posted by admin | Posted in education reform, Reform Symposium Conference | Posted on 11-07-2011

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Perhaps you will recall a few weeks ago when I wrote about the Reform Symposium virtual conference? This is the FREE conference that will be held July 29-July 31st that you all are invited to!  Ringing a bell?  Good, because now I need to ask for a little help 🙂

The Reform Sympoisum is a labor of love, put on by people who care about education and professional development just like you!  We need moderators to help with each session.  The job of a moderator is to help the presenter field questions, introduce the presenter and press “record” so that we can make sure we capture each session for our iTunes feed.  It is easy to do and you can do it in your jammies from home!  If you are available the last weekend of July, we hope you will consider helping us out!  We need moderators from EVERY timezone so that we can cover everyone.  If you can help, check out the Moderator Planning Sheet (a Google Spreadsheet) and sign up for the time you are available.  Please be sure to enter your full name, a twitter handle and an email address in the space provided.  We need multiple moderators for each session so feel free to volunteer for a session that has already been volunteered for.

We will send out more information, directions, and training opportunities (easy) for those willing to moderate.


Feel free to spread the word about this request 🙂  Thank you in advance to all who will help to make this weekend successful!

Comments (2)

I retweeted this as I won’t be able to moderate let alone present (I have 8 exams starting with August 26th).

Excellent initiative – proof of what passionate educators can do! Look forward to reading the archives after my exams. 🙂

Cristina, we will miss you but appreciate the RT for help 🙂

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