EPIR Sessions
Spring 2008

(I will be adding to this page in coming weeks; look for additional sessions after break!)



Online Professional Development (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007) (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Obstacles to Opportunities; "Starting From Scratch: Framing Change for All Stakeholders" (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007) (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
EdTechTalk: A Network of Homegrown Webcasters (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Creating a Paradigm Shift in Technology (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Changing a System: Network Centric Learning Communities (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Web 2.0: Share the Adventure (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Acceptable Use and Web 2.0 (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Expanding Horizons - Engaging the Adult Members of your Community (Teachers, Administrators, and Parents) through the Use of Personal/Professional Learning Networks (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Webcasting for Educators: Expanding the Conversation (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Me Blog? No way! (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Building a Yardstick for PD Success: Establishing Key Performance Indicators for Web 2.0 Personal Optimized Learning Environments (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)Pushing the Envelope or How to Integrate Web 2.0 Tools on a Shoestring (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
The Technology Specialist as Teacher Leader: Strategies to Ensure Successful Technology Integration and Student Learning in Schools (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Crossing the Copyright Boundary in the Digital Age (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Creating PLEs with TLC (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Building Online Communities for Youth (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007) (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Holding a Mirror to Professional Practice (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
The Collaborative ABC Project: Using Technology To Tell Stories (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
OBSTACLES TO OPPORTUNITIES Keynote: “The Why’s and Wherefores” (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Challenging Assumption About Technology Professional Development (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Learning to Blog: Blog to Learn (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Classroom 2.0: If All My Classes Did This! (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Design Matters (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Collaborative Concept Mapping - Breaking the Bounds of Location and Time… for $0.00 per Seat (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Step by Step: Building a Web 2.0 Classroom (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Sustained Blogging in the Classroom (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
The Electronic Slide: 21 Century Style (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Trailfire: New Tools (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Web 2.0 in the Math Classroom: Release the Hounds! (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Second Life: K-20 Educators Exploring Virtual Worlds (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Initiating and Sustaining Conversations: Assessment and Evaluation in the Age of Networked Learning (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Flat Agents of Change (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Motivating Student Writers by Fostering Collaboration through Tagging and Aggregating (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Classroom 2.0: Putting the Pedagogy into the Tools (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Oodles of Googles (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Classroom 2.0 or You Live Where? (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Web 2.0: More Than Cool Tools (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Classroom 2.0: “Travel through Space and Time” (from the K-12 Online Technology Conference 2007)
Interact with me! Explore Verizon Thinkfinity's Free Resources (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
A Digital Storytelling: Be the next Ken Burns! (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
A Reflective Look at Online Professional Development (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
TakingITGlobal: The Power of Global Education in Your Classroom (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Blogging for Understanding of Universal Design for Learning (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Cyberethics, Cybersafety, and Cybersecurity: Implications for The Educational Community (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Can Technology Make Us Wise? (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Amazing Animation: 3-D Graphics in the Classroom (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Contemporary Literacy in the New Information Land (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
REAL Work of 21st-Century Skills (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
With Power Comes Responsibility: Online Awareness, Ethics and Safety (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Quick and Easy Computer Activities for Science and Social Studies (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Literature Circles for 21st Century Skills (from NECC 2007 Webcast Sessions)
Learning and Leading Technology (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Lessons in Leadership (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Learnign Games & Simulations (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Robotics in the Classroom (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Lights Camera Classroom (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Technology = Innovation (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Internet Safety for Students (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Georgia's Model Classrooms (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Why Community Matters (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)
Students as Producers (from NECC Live! Interview Sessions)