NECC 2007 Following Live Blogging

Busy Monday Morning! Educators are live blogging. They are transcribing sessions live and posting to their blogs while in their sessions. I remember taking notes during lectures in college. Live blogging really takes this to the next stage. If anything you can go back and digest later. For the virtual attendee; it’s a primary source of what is happening at NECC 2007. So, what did I read? 2 Cent’s Worth Session on NETS. (technology standards). It really is about the learning. It’s that old saying “reading to learn” but in a 21st century context. Technology is only a tool for learning. Crucial Thought Conversations that go on between students. It reminds me of my role as a facilitator of learning and not the “Know it All” role I sometimes take as a teacher. Cool Cat Teacher
Talk by Dr. Robert MClaughlin. Change happens at all levels. Education leaders that are aware of challenges and opportunities in Web 2.0 can foster innovation in education at their local sites. Drapes Takes Blogging about Edubloggercon with audio. It is important to network in a more relaxed way. Sessions are usually input only for the attendees. It’s cool to do output every so often.

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4 Comments on “NECC 2007 Following Live Blogging”

  1. mrsdurff Says:

    I couldn’t post a comment to Warlick’s. Interesting thoughts about the brain power present there. Needs to consider that the knowledge is rippling out from the NECC epicenter to all populated areas on the globe – including the virtual attendees. The conversations they begin increase the collective knowledge pool. There are many more in the conversation than those lucky people there.

  2. Vicki Davis Says:

    Yes, so many are included in the conversation that it is very exciting.

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