Thank you so much for attending my session and participating in the first ever massively multiplayer quickfire challenge. This has been one of the best learning conferences I have ever attended (and I have attended quite a few.) I’m incredibly honored to be in your company.
Here are links to the resources I shared today:
Noah Scalin: Unstuck – http://noahscalin.com/
Trasformative Learning Theory, Jack Mezirow – http://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/transformative-learning.html
Haiku Stop Motion –http://www.leighgraveswolf.com/2009/08/19/quickfires-explained/
Flip Cam/Storyboard – http://www.leighgraveswolf.com/2009/09/17/adding-a-flip-cam-to-your-technology-toolbox-for-online-and-offline-instruction/
Windows to the World – http://www.leighgraveswolf.com/2009/08/19/quickfires-explained/
This is a link to the “MAET Vault.” (MAET stands for Master of Arts in Educational Technology – http://edutech.msu.edu) The Vault contains quite a few Quickfire challenges along with a good deal of our curriculum. You will find many activities and resources for teacher professional development: http://www.msuedtechsandbox.com/MAETVAULT/
Here are links to the work of a few of my colleagues who also do work in this area:
If you’re in or around Dublin, Ireland this summer, we’re holding a free ICT conference on July 17, 2012! As part of the program requirements, students must organize and deliver an ICT/Ed Tech conference for their peers and the community at large. More about the MAET Free Conference here: http://edutech.msu.edu/2012/03/26/save-the-date-july-17-2012-for-the-5th-annual-maet-overseas-edtech-conference-dublin-edition/
Here is my Ignite presentation on Food Photography. At the essence of my presentation is the explanation of how I use food and photography to challenge and inspire my teaching and learning:
Here are the slides from today:
Here is a slideshow of the Pelicans you created this morning: (coming shortly)
Thank you for this opportunity and for the engagement during the conference. Please keep in touch!