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Following are links to wikis I set up for various presentations starting with the most recent - they include links and downloads to resources I made available to participants, and may include things like videos or my slideshows as well.

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Blended Learning Anywhere
A structure for what blended learning can look like, as well as ideas for the key tools and functions needed to make blended learning happen. I also did a last-minute presentation on QR Codes, with some resources and ideas about how to use them in the classroom.

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Digital Literacy Initiative
This was a presentation which was part of the conference's Festival of Ideas. The conference committee sent out a call for proposals form districts asking for good ideas which involved specific leadership actions in implementing successful initiatives. The wiki site includes the slideshow presentation, the text of the presentation, and links to the video interviews we did with the ASLI committee about the initiative.


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Fostering Collaborative Classrooms
This was a presentation I gave as part of a larger webinar series on differentiated instruction with many fantastic presenters. My presentation focused on different ways I use technology to differentiate, and more specifically, to help students collaborate. The resources include my slideshow and a list of resources and readings for teachers.

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Tok School Technology Class
In this presentation I presented some of the highlights of a course I developed during the summer of 2011 to teach digital citizenship and emerging technologies to middle and high school students in Tok School's 1:1 framework. The course was developed using various units I had been teaching within my regular content courses over the previous years, and adding in more elements of digital citizenship. The wiki site includes the slideshow presentation, downloads for course outlines, as well as a list of resources that were used in developing and teaching the course.

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60 Sites in 60 Minutes
This was a fairly straightforward presentation in which I chose my 60 favorite sites for education and talked about each one rapid-fire for exactly 60 minutes. Participants commented that the experience was similar to being hit by a tidal wave - for what it's worth! The site was the only resource for the presentation, and is just links to each of those sites.

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Building a Wiki Text
This was a longer workshop I did at the ASTE Conference to show teachers how I use wikis to build course content. I built the workshop resource itself as a wiki text in order to show how I do this with my classes I teach.