Name of the Presentation (Run Time, File type, Size)

Pre Conference Keynote:
Professor Stephen Heppell
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Original QuickTime Version (39:20 Run Time; mov, 78.3 MB)
Audio only (39:20 Run Time; mp3, 23.9 MB)

Strand 1 : Getting Started

KeyNote: How Can I Become Part of this ReadWriteWeb Revolution?” by Alice Barr, Cheryl Oakes, and Bob Sprankle* Teaser
Free Tools for Universal Design for Learning in Literacy - Jennifer Kraft
The Google Gamut: Everything you need to get started - Kern Kelley
I Like Delicious Things - Chris Betcher
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Never Too Young - Sharon Betts
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Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies - Laurie Fowler
Supporting Links
TravelingThrough the Dark - Steven Kimmi**
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Video-Conferencing It’s Easy, Free and Powerful - Brian Crosby
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Web 2.0 Tools to Amplify Elementary Students’ Creativity and Initiative - Jackie Gerstein
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What Did You Do In School…? - H. Songhai

Strand 2 : PROVE IT

Prove It Keynote - Asking Bigger Questions About Assessment - Gardner Campbell
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Student Creation of Digital Documentaries in History Classrooms: Research Findings
- Glen Bull, Thomas Hammond, Curby Alexander
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Facilitating Tech Integration: A Synthesis of the Research - Jon Becker

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Open, Social, Connected: Reflections of an Open Graduate Course Experience - Alec Couros
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Promise into Practice: What It Now Means to Teach Adolescent Readers and the Impact of the Results - Sara Kajder* Original (19:53 Run Time; mov, 61.6 MB)
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Throwing the Box Away - Barbara Bray
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We Like Our Blogging Buddies: The Write Stuff with Blogging Mentors - Kathy Cassidy and Patrick Lewis
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Action Research as Catalyst for Change in Teacher Practice and Outcomes for Children - Elaine Newton
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Using Online Argument Role-Play to Foster Learning to Argue and Arguing to Learn in a High School Composition Class - Richard Beach
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Strand 3 : Kicking It Up a Notch

Kicking It Up a Notch Keynote - Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay
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Games in Education - Sylvia Martinez
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Oh the Possibilities - Lisa Parisi
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Changing Disabilities - Elizabeth Lloyd
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Back-channels in the Classroom - Scott Snyder
Connecting Classrooms Across Continents: Planning and Implementing Globally Collaborative Projects - Kim Cofino and Jen Wagner
Interactive tools for remote and synchronous mentoring - Michele Wong Kung Fong
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Monsters Bloom in Our Wiki- Ann Oro and Anna Baral
Parental Engagement in the 21st Century - Leveraging web 2.0 tools to engage parents in non-traditional ways- Lorna Costantini and Matt Montagne
Film School for Video Podcasters - Mathew Needleman
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Strand 4 : Leading The Change

The Voices of School 2.0: School Reform as described by the words and images of the people of the Science Leadership Academy - Keynote Chris Lehmann
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Beyond the Stacks: Using Emerging Technologies to Strengthen Teacher-librarian Leadership - Carlene Walter and Donna DesRoche
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Current leadership models are inadequate for disruptive innovations -
Scott McLeod

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Overcoming Entropy - Louise Maine
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Pushing the Limits: Web 2.0 and 21st Century Learning - Aimee Stoffel
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Ramapo Islands: A New Dimension in Learning - Peggy Sheehy
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Teaching Web 2.0 - Everything you need in one place - Wendy Drexler
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Telling the New Story: Leverage Points for Inspiring Change Orientation - David Warlick
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The Lie of Community: The True Nature of the Network - Bud Hunt
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There’s Something Going on Here You Need to Know About… - Dennis Richards and Charlene Chausis