Welcome to the Arizona Technology in Education Association (AzTEA) Wikispace.Fantastic Summer Reading!This is an incredible compilation of chapters from a newly released, crowd-sourced ebook (free) that was officially announced at ISTE 2012. These are all of the submissions for the Classroom 2.0 Fifth Anniversary Book Project. I'm sure many of you are members of the Classroom 2.0 Ning Network which was created by Steve Hargadon back in March, 2007. It now has close to 69,000 members from around the world, and continues to grow as a place for educators to connect and collaborate. This ebook is a growing compilation of chapters so be sure to follow it so you'll be notified of updates. The entire compilation of chapters can be viewed/downloaded here:

http://www.scribd.com/collections/3605432/Classroom-2-0-Book-Project-Submissions-All




ISTE 2012 will be held in San Diego, CA, June 24-27, 2011.

For more information and registration page:

http://www.isteconference.org/ISTE/2012/


Coming Soon! Watch for updates on our AzTEA wiki here: ISTE 2012


AzTEA Westside Virtual Technology Conference May 5, 2012

The conference was hosted on the AzTEA Moodle site and all resources can be accessed by logging in as a guest.


Page for all presentations and associated Livebinders and resources:
http://www.aztea.org/moodle/mod/resource/view.php?id=1386

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Link to AzTEA Livestream Channel for live streaming of selected events.

The latest stream available for you to view is the

WOW Conference, Saturday, May 1, 2010: Kevin Honeycutt, Keynote Speaker

You can view this stream and see pictures and additional information about WOW 2010 on this page.

Previous special events streamed: Tony Vincent's keynote presentation at T&T in Vail, AZ, Sat. Jan. 23, 2010 and the recording of the Welcome/Opening Greetings and Qwest Award Winners, BYOL session recorded at NECC 2009 of a presentation by Rushton Hurley: Cool Tricks for Making and Using Video", WOW Conference, May 2, 2009 kickoff ceremony and the keynote presentation by Dr. Howie DiBlasi on Google Secrets, MEC Gala Awards, Tuesday, March 10, 2009 12:00-1:00pm, Westside AzTEA Leadership Meeting and Professional Development, April 4, 2009.
The purpose of this Wikispace is to provide AzTEA members and conference attendees a location to share information and expand our learning opportunities. This Wiki is open to the public to read, however we do ask you to join the Wiki space if you would like to add or edit content. You may join by clicking the Join this Wikispace link in the upper left corner of this page.
NOTE: While you do not need to be a member of AzTEA to join and use this wikispace, we hope that you will consider joining and becoming a professional member of AzTEA. This will enable you to take advantage of all of the membership benefits and to grow professionally through your involvement and participation in this outstanding organization. The annual membership fee is $35.00 and you can join and pay your fee online at http://www.aztea.org/membership.html


FYI: Be sure to check for other Non-AzTEA technology workshops and events

We have added a menu item on this wikispace to announce upcoming workshop and conference opportunities that we would like to encourage all wikispace users to check out. If you know of an educational technology learning opportunity that you would like to promote, please feel free to add it to this page. Click on the link for "Non-AzTEA Conferences and Workshops in the left menu bar.


You will also notice each chapter has a page on this wiki. Each chapter page will contain information about the conference hosted by that particular chapter as well as other workshops, meetings and events relevant to the chapter.

About Editing – This wiki is intended open collaboration area. You are welcome to edit content as needed. This includes, but is not limited to, adding additional sources, verifying or fixing factual information, adding reference links, fixing typo’s and anything else you think should be on this list.

If all of this sounds a bit overwhelming, don’t worry, the Wiki is very user friendly and it keeps track of all changes. Even if you REALLY mess up, chances are we can recover the information. So… Have fun with the AzTEA Wikispace.