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Learning 2.0 Conference 10 Days and counting

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learn2cn Ten days and counting until the Learning 2.0 conference. I’ve spent the past two days putting the finishing touches on the conference schedule. I do wish I was attending this conference and not helping to create it. There are some great sessions I’ll make sure I post a link to the schedule once it’s up on the conference site.

I have been given the honor of moderating the opening round table forum. The last couple of days I’ve been thinking about the questions I want to ask. I mean when you have a forum that includes: Alan November, Will Richardson, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, Jamie McKenzie, Gary Stager, Wes Fryer, and Chris Smith, and an audience of 400 International Educators. What questions do you ask?

So I thought I’d ask you for some help. If you were moderating this forum discussion what questions would you want to ask and who would you direct the question too? You never know…I might just use your question (credit given)!

I’m hoping to podcast the session and if I’m successful I’ll post it here.

OK…back to work. I think I’m catching up!

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6 Comments

  1. I agreed to take on a technology implementation plan that intends to change teaching, learning, finances, human resources, special services, facilities management, school-community relations, and curriculum development. Am I crazy?

  2. I would love to ask them: “How can we as educators get students more involved in every level of the educational changes that are happening. How can they become an integral part of the process, from working with teachers to embrace the technology, to helping parents understand its importance, to crafting school tech policies.

    How can students join this conversation in a meaningful way.”

  3. Jeff,

    First, congrats on such a great lineup for Learning 2.0. Interestingly, this post fell right after Terry Freedman’s latest contribution to the TechLearning blog in my RSS reader. I would be curious to hear the panel’s response to the comments that Terry has made concerning technologically “illiterate” educators. You can read Terry’s thoughts at http://tinyurl.com/2rsdau

    Take Care,
    Brian
    http://bumpontheblog.etowns.net

  4. Hey Jeff,

    Can’t wait to have all these big edu-tech folks in Shanghai next week. I’d like to hear their thoughts on what they think schools need, excluding actual hardware, to become 21st Century Schools.

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