AASL Conference, Charlotte, November 2009
Room 207 AB
Teacher-librarian practitioners will share their ideas relating to effective practice in use of 2.0 tools to deliver the mission envisioned in our new standards document, a mission that resonates well with ISTE's NETS*S.
The tools have multiplied dramatically in the past year and this sharing session will help us all better understand thoughtful and engaging strategies for integration. We will update the wiki during and after the session to share with the larger community.
Joyce Valenza and panelists (to be confirmed but already committed are Cathy Nelson, Chris Harris, Shonda Brisco, Amy Oberts, Anita Beaman & Gwyneth Jones) will share their picks for most effective tools for enhancing learning and promoting reading in a variety of categories relating to both AASL Standards and NETS*S.
Ideally, this should be a *bring your own laptop* session.
Official Timekeeper: Frances Jacobson Harris
Back Channel Access:
: Chatzy (Room URL to be announced just prior to the event in person, via Twitter, and via the Learning Times blog)
Friday, November 6, 2009 11:30 AM
Lisa Perez, Coordinator (chat room lead)
Cathy Nelson (videostreamer)
Wendy Stephens (Twitter lead)
Deborah Stafford (remote chatter)
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