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Podcasts and Videos for Ongoing Learning

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K-12 Online Conference

This free online conference is an annual event run by an all-volunteer group of educators. Conference sessions and materials are archived online.   These presentations are available for download into iTunes, or you can listen/watch from the pages below. Note: all of the sessions are available on audio; only some are available by video.    

2009 Schedule

2008 Archive

2007 Archive

2006 Archive



Classroom 2.0 LIVE

Classroom 2.0 LIVE is an opportunity to gather with other members of the community in real-time events, complete with audio, chat, desktop sharing, and sometimes even video. You are invited to join us for our weekly Saturday show with co-hosts Peggy George, Kim Caise and Lorna Costantini! Please click on the words 'Welcome Video Screencast' to view a short screencast tutorial about navigating our website and Elluminate sessions.


The show lasts an hour, and links for more information and accessing the Elluminate room can be found below and on the Using Elluminate page. We strive to make our shows very beginner-friendly, and if you've never participated in a live web meeting, don't be afraid to come and take a peek at the show's format. We would love for newbies to join us and 'dip their toes' in the conversations until you feel comfortable enough to 'jump in the conversations with both feet'! We want to encourage "experienced Web 2.0 users" to join us to contribute and extend the conversation by providing real-life examples and tips/suggestions.



Teachers Teaching Teachers


Not long ago a colleague in the National Writing Project wrote to several teachers she is consulting with: “Just to let everyone know, the Wednesday evening Teachers Teaching Teachers sessions are amazing and definitely a fast track into some timely PD and community building!”


We hope this is true for a growing number of teachers. We like to think that it’s our perspectives as reglular classroom teachers that makes our webcast special. The main participants on the blog, podcast, and webcast are K-13 teachers who enjoy telling “new stories” about their classrooms. Our favorite question: “Can you tell us a story about that? Something that happened recently in your classroom?” Our motto: “Keep it real!”


Two teachers–Paul Allison and Susan Ettenheim are mainly responsible for this blog, podcast, and webcast. Toward the beginning of 2006, a few of us in New York City began to meet via Skype. In the spring of 2006 we began webcasting with the help of Jeff Lebow and Dave Cormier of WorldBridges. Every Wednesday evening at 9:00 EST (Americas) we get together and talk about our teaching. These conversations are archived as a podcast on this blog. Together we are searching for the most effective practices in technology, studying research, and improving our knowledge of new media by using it oursleves. We have two purposes: developing teacher knowledge and leadership in our own schools and districts and putting this knowledge and leadership to work to improve student online reading and writing through the use of blogs, wikis, podcasts and webcasts.



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