Day 6, July 10
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Guest Speakers

Jaclyn PFIZENMAIER , Principal, Clay Center
http://www.delicious.com/jacpfizenmaier
  • Where is technology in my district right now......where we have been and where we are going.
  • What are we doing in my building........what is expected of the students and the staff.
  • Where do we go from here......involving the community and parents.
  • What does it mean to be a responsible digital citizen.........especially when you are in education.


Glenn Wiebe, ESSDACK
http://historytech.wordpress.com/

Twitter
Plurk
LinkedIn
Classroom 2.0
A-Z List of Educational Hashtags
Some Educational Hashtags

Klout
History Tech / Social Studies Central
WordPress / Blogger / EduBlogs
EduBlog Awards
Ten Blogs Worth Following
Top 100 Educational Blogs
Edmodo
Collaborize Classroom
TeacherTube / SchoolTube / YouTube (KeepVid)

Here is the link for the prezi from yesterday:

http://prezi.com/kf4vovlt9gcx/ksu-think-differently/



Also...........I didn't show this yesterday, but thought maybe your students should see it. I know it is a little old and there is probably an updated one, but I think it is a good reminder that we are preparing our students for a future where we don't know what jobs exist for them. Also......I think about my custodians and all of the technical aspects they must know now.........my secretary has to be a tech wizard or she would be lost...........my food service people have to know how to at least get on the web and check email or they would be lost.......might be some good points to point out to the "anti-tech" people.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljbI-363A2Q

Jaclyn Pfizenmaier

Principal

Garfield Elementary USD 379

Clay Center, KS





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TodaysMeet: A place to collaboratively take notes and have a discussion. Please take notes, post your questions and share resources here during the presentation.
http://todaysmeet.com/DED316July10
Transcript from today:todaysmeet.com/DED316July10/transcript

Reflection Day 6

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