Please share with your networks! We need your help to put on another great event this year. Thanks.
Please share with your networks!
Proposals due May 31!
If you aren't familiar with the K12 Online Conference, it is a virtual conference for teachers that is held in October. It is a completely free and all-volunteer run, noncommercial professional learning event.
A "presentation" for our conference is a 20-minute, pre-produced video segment (for asynchronous viewing). The format is up to you, and we encourage the inclusion of youth voices. All of our sessions are open licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
Proposals are due May 31.
If you have questions, drop me a note, and I'd be happy to chat more about it.
Thanks! (And please help spread the word about this great event.)
My name is Karen. I am a writer (and NaNo enthusiast), educator, open ed evangelist, and carpenter.
I have a keen interest in the area of open educational resources, particularly in elementary and secondary education (K-12).
Currently, I run a small educational technology company that works with mobile technology integration in schools. I also run the K12 Open Ed web site and am co-founder of the Kids Open Dictioanry. I have worked in
education, including software and textbook publishing, for over 15
years. I have also lived overseas in Africa.
- K12 Handheldspresent