Presenter
Scott
School/Grade/Subject
Challenger/8/Science
Link http://novemberlearning.com/
What you Learned – 21st Century Learning Connection? ISTE - How do you tap into students to make sure they are contributors to the learning environment?
Allen November - Digital learning farm - Six tasks: tutorial designers,official scribes, Researcher, Global Communicator, Learning Documentary Producers, Real Problem solvers.
How will you use it or apply it? I believe that I can help my students take on some of these roles next year to build purpose and autonomy.

Laura
Challenger/6/Science

Model School Conference - Move away from seat time, next practices versus best practices - Getting students involved and passion. Relevance makes Rigor possible - Relevance, Rigor, and Relationship.
Grading - What are we grading?
Help students that fall through the cracks - create a system to ensure that staff develops student relationships.
Michael P.
Pine Creek/HS/Tech Media
http://20inthe21st.ning.com/profiles/blogs/iste-conference-resources

NASA DIY Podcasting
Technology must remain a tool for what we're doing. It cannot drive the engine!

The NASA Podcasting program I went to was supremely unhelpful because the presenter hadn't tested the software, wasn't prepared. I've got to remember that testing the waters myself first is important, not only to make sure I know what I'm doing, but also to make sure that I don't lose students from boredom.
Make sure that my content is driving my use of technology, not the other way around.
Jon
Liberty/HS/Science

asynchronous mastery learning, students showing mastery in order to move on, changing the role of the teacher in the classroom, teaching students how to learn and access information.
Setting up my classes for mastery learning, using moodle for testing, and making lectures now homework
Denise




Christine
EAC/Tech Coordinator

Create your new box - school reform - mastery learning-
Students are "prosumers" - Tapscott - Wikinomics
CHANGE - How do you reform school instruction to integrate technology into curriculum.
Ideas/insights to changing instructional culture at the school and District level
SUMMARY


Technology is the tool - Students are prosummers - let them be the creators - build purpose and autonomy. Create the new box, new practice over best practices - Mastery learning, teaching students how to learn and access information. The role of the teachers needs to change from instructor to facilitator.