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Web 2.0 Tools in the Classroom
Presented by: Tony Vincent
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 11:30 Tony Vincent presents Web 2.0
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch
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10th PEAK Performance 2008 November 7-8, 2008
Photos by Annemari Romero
Photo memories from the conference captured by Amy Chayefsky.
More photo memories from the conference captured by Peggy George.
Our Keynote for Peaks Performance 2008
Dr. Howie DiBlasi
Called "The Emerging Technology Evangelist” a Colorado, resident, is the retired C.I.O. (Chief Information Officer) of the Durango School District. Dr. Howie DiBlasi was recognized as “Vocational Teacher of the Year” for the State of Arizona and nominated as a finalist in the “Top Secondary Leaders in America”. He has been featured in several magazines as “A CIO that really thinks outside the box”.
His recent presentations and sessions have been to standing room only attendees in Florida, California, Colorado and Texas. During recent months provided a leadership session at N.E.C.C. (National Education Educating Conference) and the Alan November, Professional Learning Communities in Boston, MA. His passion is 21st Century Learning and he describes himself as a “Zealot” (a person who shows zeal or fanatic).
Howie’s programs are fun, educational, high energy and full of practical, take-home value. He has presented at over 50 Technology Conferences, is a recognized Educational Technology leader, and his professional focus is 21st Century Learning and Digital Literacy.
Digital Survival Kit: Empowering the 21st Century Educational Leader
This is an invitation only buffet dinner/presentation for 50 local (Northern Az) school administrators and part of the AzTEA Board and key Peaks Performance committee members.
Our keynote is: Keynote presentation: The Power of One: Changing the World of Education One Teacher at a Time
Breakout titles for Peaks:
Visual Literacy: Digital Tools for Digital Kids
Conversations with the keynote
This year we decided to begin to explore capturing the keynote presentation via ustream.tv to make it available to participants and non-participants to view after the event. Dr. DiBlasi graciously agreed to allow us to stream and post his keynote. There were several technical glitches but that is part of the learning process. Take your dramamine if you view the first 4-5 minutes or skip past that to the beginning of the keynote at 5:49.
Dr. Howie DiBlasi-Keynote Speaker-AzTEA PEAK Conference, Nov. 8, 2008
The Power of One: Change Through One Teacher at a Time
Technical difficulties during introductory remarks (first 4 min.) Segment in middle of session has audio but video cable disconnected.Keynote begins at 5:49.
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