- Finally found the video of Stephen Covey's Keynote, Mindsets for the 21st Century: Unleashing Leadership Potential in Students,
- Watched Chris Lehmann's inspirational closing keynote from Wednesday, sharing how he leads his school that is focused around 5 core values - inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, and reflection. This then led me to his TED NYEd talk - Creating Schools We Need.
- Found a 3D Photo Screen Saver with a free trial and only $9 for your full copy. David Warlick used it at the beginning of his presentation. He must have done a video screen shot of the screensaver running and then saved that as a .mp4 file. For Macs only :(
- Read through the iPads in Education Scoop.It paper create by John Evans (he shared it through Twitter. Including articles about Apps for Administrators, Top 4 Websites to Find Free iPad Books, 12 Apps to Assist Students to Study, ect.
- Explored the possibility of creating "Choose Your Own Adventure" videos using the spotlight annotation tool in the YouTube video editor by creating Hyperlinks to other videos.
- Found 19 sessions that were recorded and provided on-demand by ISTE at their site. All you have to do is click on the title of one of the 19 sessions you are interested in and scroll down to the video embedded on that page. In the coming weeks I plan to watch: A Gardener's Approach to Learning: Cultivating your Personal Learning Network , Collaboration Fluency: Creating a Learning Environment for the Digital Age Classroom, Glogster EDU: Creative Expression of Knowledge and Skills, Help! I Have Too Many Photos! Photo Organization Primer, Learning Tools Family Feud: Crowdsourced Edition, Resources for Emergent Literacy Teachers, & This is Not a Unit: Eight Shifts for Every Curriculum.
ISTE 2011 is over but I am still learning from my PLN. This morning I:
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