Here are a few presentations, or parts of presentations, that I have done.
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Presented to my peers at a Principal’s & Vice Principal’s Dinner.
Blog post: 7 Ways to Transform Your Classroom (Background and links)
Webinar and Audio recording: Classroom 2.0 Live! Presentation (1 hour long, 09-29-2012)
Another presentation on the Inquiry Hub ~ Rethink Learning
I’ve always been a fan of the K12Online Conference and so I was honoured to have my presentation accepted this year: Transforming Education. Education is NOT broken! Education is…
I presented on Parenting in the Digital Age, designed specifically for parents, (in Dalian, China: Spring 2010).
The version on Slideshare has ‘speaker notes’ for presenters. The accompanying ‘Raising Digital Kids’ wiki has resources & questions to help parents ‘engage with their kids’ online. (Also available in Chinese)
The POD’s Are Coming! Here is my BLC09 presentation on the topic of using PODs – Personally Owned Devices, cell phones, iPods & other ‘devices’ that students bring with them to the classroom. Designed as a ‘stand-alone’ presentation with embeded videos helping to tell the ‘story’.
In January 2007, I presented a 1/2 day session to student teachers, sharing with them how I was integrating technology into my classroom.
I created ‘A Brave New World-Wide-Web’ slide presentation that you can see here on Slideshare.
For Alan November’s BLC08 I adapted it and created the video below.
The key message: ‘Do Not Go Quietly into Your Classroom’. See: ‘Who are the people in your neighbourhood?’
This is a VoiceThread created for a 3-Day pro-d session in Louisiana with the
I created this for BLC08 and this version was done for student teachers at Simon Fraser University. As a video, it has a slow start with student teachers discussing a statement, and sharing ideas until about the 13 minute mark. One day (soon?) I will put the slide show online, I just have to remove all the transitions first.
Here is the final section of ‘This, my blog has taught me’ on Slideshare.
This is a ‘stripped down’ version of a presentation I’ve done a number of times. Visually it is horrible as I did not appropriately site the accompanying images and so when I was asked to put it online I had to delete the uncredited images. However, the content is useful to share and one day I’ll actually update it into the full presentation that it should be.
Other presentations include:
McLeod, S., Bergmann, J., Fisch, K., Kruse, J., Martin, J., Martinez, S., Moran, P., Noschese, F., & Truss, D. (2011, June). The flipped classroom [Webinar]. Retrieved from Iowa State University on June 16 at https://connect.extension.
• A “Start Your Own Blog” wiki with a description of some useful tools that I use.
• A half-day session with student (pre-service) teachers learning about wikis.
…and countless other presentations to school & district staff…
Also see my 2008 Digital Magic staff newsletter.