The tireless Shelly Terrell has invited me to give a talk at next weekend’s 2010 Reform Symposium conference, which takes place online. According to the website, the Reform Symposium is a free online conference for educators, administrators, parents and students.
This year the conference is focused on innovative practices in education and what role these practices can play in educational reform. Check out the list of speakers. The programme looks really good. My own presentation is at 12 noon on Saturday 31st July, UK time, and will be on the subject of using a project management approach to introduce Web 2.0 use into your classroom. My slot lasts for about an hour, and what I’m intending is that I’ll speak for about 10 minutes and then throw it open for discussion, and then speak for about another 20 minutes. Hope you can join us.
This is an update of an article which first appeared in Computers in Classrooms, the free e-newsletter for ICT/ed tech people.