NCCE 2009

I’m currently preparing to present at NCCE 2009 in Portland this February. My session is regarding the ways in which my students and I use Moodle in our math classroom. It should be a great conference and I hope to see you there! šŸ™‚

REGISTER BY JANUARY 16 AND SAVE!

February 17-20, 2009
Oregon Convention Center
Portland Oregon

Register Online: http://www.ncce.org/2009

FEARLESS TECH EDUCATION CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Find out how school districts are saving money with Open Source Software and how it can improve teaching and learning in the classroom!

Workshops

  • Open Source for Schools
  • Moodle for n00bs (newbies)
  • Web 2.0 Basics: You mean you can do THAT on the internet?
  • Create Powerful Learning with Moodle
  • Free Internet/Online Tools to Increase Student Achievement
  • Multimedia Moodle Marvels
  • Managing Moodle for Teaching and Learning
  • Web 2.0: All you can eat buffet
  • School 2.0: Living Learning and Leading in a flat world
  • Making Moodle Matter for Learners and Families

Educators, Administrative Leaders and Technical Staff will experience how Open Source Software increases both access and opportunities for students and teachers.

Concurrent Sessions

  • MUG-NW (Moodle User’s Group) Gathering
  • Web 2.0 – Voice, video on the web for free! Skype, UStream, Voice Thread
  • Moodling in Math <— This is my session šŸ™‚
  • The IT Admins Guide to Managing Web 2.0 in Schools
  • Open Source Smackdown
  • Web 2.0 – Collaboration Tools you can’t live without. Delicious and Google docs
  • Content Management Systems for Schools (Drupal, Joomla and others)
  • Using Moodle: Supporting Administrators and Professional Development
  • Opening Doors to Learning with Moodle

SEARCH LEARN and EXPLORE @ www.ncce.org

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