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  1. Digital Footprint

    Carl Fisch mentioned at the TIE Conference last summer that students and their teachers need to be aware of the digital footprint that they are leaving behind as their web presence increases. How can an instructor/facilitator help "digital natives" create a reliable system of checks and balances that reach beyond yearly classroom expectations, potentially outdated district guidelines, and/or transient peer influences?

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    • Promoting critical analysis in literacy skills for the 21st century.

      Critical literacy is a way of thinking about text. Since literacy is a way of comprehending and creating in a medium, I would extend the meaning of critical literacy to be a way of thinking about everything. I often tell the learners in my room to question everything. Many are surprised when one of them questions me and is praised! It is simple math, really. There are 19 of them and 1 of me. Now where is the brain power? Yeah, exactly.
      One of the techniques for enhancing critical literacy is called "Problem Posing". Using this method, the learning leader…

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      • Garr Reynolds

        Garr Reynolds is currently Associate Professor of Management at Kansai Gaidai University where he teaches Marketing, Global Marketing and Multimedia Presentation Design. He is also author of the terrific book, "Presentation Zen." Formerly, he was the Manager of Worldwide User Group Relations at Apple Computer, Inc. in Silicon Valley. With Apple, Garr worked with user groups (brand communities) in the U.S. and Japan and traveled extensively delivering presentations, software demos, and keynote addresses to the firm's most loyal customers.

        See http://www.presentationzen.com/

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        • The body is the message: Towards post-cognitive, embodied educational technology

          The proposals thus far are looking for the magic bullet for effective technology in education: super principals, web 2.0, video games, etc. In the meantime none of us ever discuss our philosophy of technology, our philosophy of teaching, or what it really means to learn and understand (in school and elsewhere). In practice and implicitly, our philosophy of all three is behaviorist, out of date, and incorrect. This would be a theoretical talk/panel bringing the field up to date on what has been going on in philosophy, psychology, and computing in the past 20 years: including embodied cognition, phenomenology, enactive…

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                • Overcoming Obtacles: Dust Bunnies BIG and Small

                  The money is spent, tools are in place, and new knowledge is just a question away. Why are our technologies gathering real and virtual dust? Wrestle those dust bunnies and manage change for all children.

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                    • Fostering creativity through content across the curriculum

                      How 21st Century Learning can enhance the curriculum by engaging students

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