Teacher 2.0 Workshop

Sacramento Area, June 17, 2010


Agenda
  • 9 AM Welcome
  • Donation policy
  • All About Me form
  • Overview
    • The changing landscape for education and teachers
    • changes taking place in culture and for teachers (School 2.0 slide show?)
    • why holding the workshop - both to help you and to figure out what will help others
    • providing an opportunity for educators to connect with their passions and the new opportunities
    • this is about you sharing with each other; we're doing this together
    • it is an overview--we can't spend a ton of time, you'll have to drill down yourself on what interests you, but you can do so in the Teacher 2.0 network (make sure you've all joined)
    • all recorded at http://teacher20workshop.wikispaces.com/
      • Resource lists
        • Inspiring sites
        • Inspiring individuals
        • Tools
    • More than we can do in one day, so we will now choose what to focus on.
  • ONGOING FOR THE DAY The "Habitudes"
    • Experimentation ("Failure is free") / Examples
    • Being Authentic / Examples
    • Being Collaborative / Examples
    • Being Generous, Helpful, and Sharing / Examples
    • Starting / Examples
    • Other habitudes you would like to add?
      • Filtering?
      • Intentional strategies for information
      • Afraid of losing one chance--what is the counter habit/attitude. Boldness. Go for it. Confidence.
      • Courage
      • Aspira and 92% graduation rate--"Resilience"
      • Creativity
      • Honesty / Humility
  • ONGOING FOR THE DAY Bibliography
    • Be Your Own Brand by Karl Speak
    • Me 2.0 by Dan Schawbel
  • 10 AM HOUR I. Personal Learning Networks (PLN)
    • What is the definition?
    • How do the new tools change this?
    • Readers/ Aggregators / RSS / Examples
      • Google Reader
      • Free RSS Reader (iPhone)
    • Twitter Tools / Examples
    • Social Bookmarking Tools
      Diigo (http://www.diigo.com) Delicious (http://www.delicious.com)
    • Social Networks Tools / Examples (Facebook, Linked In, Ning--various...)
      How do you follow? Dan D. Meyer (science/math) - Patrick's recommendation
      George Couros (principal in Canada) - Patrick's recommendation
      Building a personal list / PLN. Tell us about them and we'll record.
  • 11 AM HOUR II. Building Your Online Presence ("Branding") / Personal Career Platform
    • Portfolio / CV / More important than resume or transcript
    • Weebly (online presence) / Tools / Examples
    • Blogs / Tools / Examples
    • Registering a domain name / GoDaddy.com
    • Consistent username/handle
  • Lunchand individual help time.
    • Feel free to bring lunch back and get help.
    • Skype the Experts
  • 1 PM HOUR III. Curating Projects
    • Social Networking, part II: creating / Tools / Examples
    • Wikis/ Tools / Examples
      • PBL Edutopia project
      • SupportBlogging
    • PD workshops / Tools / Examples
    • Conferences / Virtual Conferences / Examples
  • 2 PM HOUR IV. Going Public(ONLY 30 MINUTES)
    • Podcasts / Tools / Examples
    • Webinars / Tools / Examples
    • Interview Series / Tools / Examples
    • Speaking / Tools / Examples
  • Wrap-up
    • Share to-do lists
    • Feedback
      • Great dual ideas: helping and learning.
      • Move the personal presence to the first activity
      • Do the overview on Web 2.0
      • "How to reduce feeling isolated"
      • Helping - how to make a difference in the world.
      • "Building your digital identity" / online presence
      • Teacher 2.0 workshop: both in-classroom and personal/professional
        • Show examples of teachers using tools both for classroom and for personal/professional
      • You 2.0 rather than Teacher 2.0?
      • 2nd Day--drilling down, show and tell. Choice and the ability to dabble.
      • Second day as lab.