Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Having a blast with Web2.0forUS! workshop

I just want to say how freakin' fun it is to spend time with 6 heretofore complete strangers, dedicated public school teachers all, who are now colleagues-in-teaching and to have the wonderful Caroline Blackwell, our school's Director of Multicultural Affairs, join us today. We spent some serious time expanding our awareness of Web 2.0 tools and had further time to explore on our own as I multi-tasked up front and shared video from David Warlick and Clay Shirky. Life(s) is good.

All of it is chronicled at the workshop's wiki, so keep up, pilgrim, if you're interested. If you want to know more about how to bring this experience (or at least one like it :) to your school or district, see the Web2.0forUS! wiki.

Cheerio!
Scott

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