runs a variety of professional development sessions each year. These are usually online sessions with live meet-ups also planned. For this Spring, they are doing something different instead of the normal Spring Virtual Conference. The DEN is partnering with Classroom 2.0 to present the Social Learning Summit.
, and the DEN are working together to organize the event which will be held Saturday, April 21st. The event is free.
More information can be found on the
, including how to submit a presentation proposal. Stay tuned for more information.
The conference theme is the use of social media and Web 2.0 in teaching and learning, and we are calling for proposals immediately at
. To be kept informed of the latest conference news and updates, please join the
network. This will also allow you to correspond with the presenters and other members, and to comment on sessions and discussions.
Sessions will be 30 minutes in length, and can focus on practical classroom application or pedagogical frameworks or both. Please do not submit a session if your are a vendor or a vendor representative. Whilepresentation proposals will be accepted through April 7th, session acceptances will start to be issued on March 26th, at which time presenters will be given a chance to use a scheduling calendar to pick an available time to present. All sessions will be held in Blackboard Collaborate (previously Elluminate), and training sessions will be available both "live" and in recorded form.
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David Andrade is a Physics Teacher and Educational Technology Specialist in Connecticut. He is the author of the
, where he reviews free educational technology resources for teachers, discusses ways to use technology to improve teaching and learning, and discusses other issues in education.
He is also a professional development trainer and presenter at conferences, helping educators learn new and innovative ways to educate students. He is also a Discovery Education STAR Educator and member of the CT DEN Leadership Council.
Disclaimer: The information shared here is strictly that of the author and does not reflect the opinions or endorsement of his employer.