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ISTE 2012


Just over a week before I board an air plane on my way to San Diego and my third ISTE conference! I am determined to make the most of it since I rather suspect it will be my last for a long time. (Time and cost!). With so many choices and great presenters it is really hard to chose how to get the most out of the time there. I remember writing this down after Philadelphia last year:

As a second time visitor to ISTE I felt pretty confident that I would be able to learn a lot, meet new people and be amazed. I did accomplish all of the above, but wish I had more time, had networked more and had attended more presentations. Not to mention that I did not spend any time at the Bloggers’ cafe.

My advice to first time visitors:

  1. ISTE’s10 Tips for ISTE 2012 Attendees: Making the Most of Your Conference Experience
  2. Join the people at the Blogger’s cafe and SocialEdCon, find dates time and info here!
  3. Look for info here: Cybraryman Internet Catalogue
  4. Be sure to visit the Newbie Lounge – info here!
  5. Sign up here to find people to follow on Twitter

My plan this far: attend these presentations and spend time in the Newbie Lounge and Bloggers cafe! See you!

Conference Planner for Ann S. Michaelsen

Sunday, June 24
3:00-5:00pm

ISTE 2012 Tweet-up [Other Program Events; Meeting/Gathering]
Location: SDCC Halls DE Lobby, Table Table 29
5:45-7:00pm

Redefining Horizons: Encouraging Students’ Passion to Achieve [Sir Ken Robinson  Keynote]
Monday, June 25
8:00-10:00am

Block Scheduling in a 1:1 School: Itslearning, PLN, Global Classroom Ann Michaelsen, Ingunn K. Wiig
11:00am-12:00pm

Digital Learning Farm: Students as Contributors
Alan November
11:00am-12:00pm

Personal and Professional Growth Using Web 2.0
Steve Hargadon
12:45-1:45pm

Spreading the Word: Eight Ways to Start Conversations around Change
Will Richardson
2:30-3:30pm

Empathy: The 21st Century Skill
Alan November, November Learning
4:15-5:15pm

Beyond Googling: Using Technology To Build A Culture of Inquiry  Chris Lehmann, Science Leadership Academy
5:30-6:45pm

Online Communities of Practice and Their Role in Education Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, Powerful Learning Practice with Darren Cambridge
Tuesday, June 26
10:30-11:30am

What’s It Means To Be a Digital Leader? Unpacking the NETS*A Steven Anderson with Kyle Pace
10:30-11:30am

High Tech High Student Work Larry Rosenstock, 
12:15-1:15pm

The Many Faces of the Flipped Classroom Aaron Sams,  Brian Bennett, Jonathan Bergmann
12:15-1:15pm

Networked Educators: The Art of Leveraging Social Media to Connect Beth Still, ESU 13 with Paula Naugle, Nicholas Provenzano and Josh Stumpenhorst
2:00-3:00pm

A Broader Perspective on Data: Infographics and Visualization David Warlick, The Landmark Project
3:45-4:45pm

The Steep Unlearning Curve: Rethinking Schools, Classrooms, and Learning Will Richardson, 
5:00-6:15pm

Digital Jam: A Rocking Event with iPads, iPods, and You! Kevin Honeycutt, ESSDACK with Ginger Lewman
Wednesday, June 27
8:30-9:30am

The Evolving Face of Leadership in 21st Century Schools Patrick Larkin, Burlington High School
10:45-11:45am

Sneak Preview: Windows 8 – Windows Reimagined Anthony Salcito, Microsoft Worldwide Education 
11:45am-12:45pm

Data Reveals Stories: How Students Can Use Data for Learning
Ewan McIntosh, NoTosh Limited digital | design thinking
1:15-2:15pm

Learning 2.0: How Social Media is Redefining Learning and Teaching Steve Hargadon, Classroom 2.0
About Ann S. Michaelsen (542 Articles)
Teacher working in a new high school in Norway. Using web 2.0 to engange the students and connect wiht others using blogs. All my students write their own blogs too

1 Comment on ISTE 2012

  1. Ann,
    Looks like we’ll see a lot of each other, not to mention the condo.
    See you soon.
    Lisette Casey

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