Presentation Schedule

Thursday, May 23, 2013 (2:00 - 3:00 p.m. (ET) 
Professional Learning That Creates a Teacher Workforce for the Digital Age
Every school leader knows about the district that bought the expensive devices, which then sat unwrapped on shelves because of a failure to invest in quality professional development. In this webinar, the Project 24 panel of experts will share their lessons learned on how to integrate and embed powerful professional learning experiences for all teachers and staff. Michael King explained how quality professional development plays a role in his school. Maribeth Luftglass shared lessons learned from a large-scale technology deployment, and Jennifer Barnett shared her perspective on what it takes to create an environment where teachers are empowered, collaborative learners.
Saturday, April 20, 2013; San Diego, CA
Regional Breaking Ranks 2013 School Showcase

MOOC-ED: Planning for Selected DLT Elements (April 29 - May 12 2013)
The members of this expert panel were Michael King, Principal, Dodge City, KS; Jennifer Barnett, Technology Integration Specialist, Childersburg High School, Talladega County Schools, AL; Christie Terry, Associate Director, eMINTS National Center, University of Missouri -- Columbia; and Kent Williamson, Executive Director, National Council of Teachers of English. Click here to view the questions the panelists addressed with their time markers in the video.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 (2:00 - 3:00 P.M. ET)
Planning for Progress in Digital Learning: Curriculum &; Instruction
The Alliance for Excellent Education held the first in its series of webinars for Project 24. This inaugural webinar looked at one of the gears in the Project 24 framework: curriculum and instruction. The Project 24 planning framework examines the extent to which schools and districts evidence a more flexible, consistent, and concentrated approach to academic content design and accessibility. It is important for teachers to have robust and adaptive tools to customize the instruction for groups of students or on a student-to-student basis to ensure relevance and deep understanding of complex issues and topics.
Tuesday, October 20, 2012 ISTE Leadership Forum, Indianapolis (1:00 P.M.)
Creating Meaning: Empowering Students to Learn in Secondary grades
The domains of digital media literacy include using digital tools to access information, use of digital media tools to create digital content, and the skills needed to produce multimedia compilations into consumable content. Digital literacy in this context requires three levels of skill development. The first domain is knowing how, when, and where to locate useful information on the Internet. The second domain is the development of understanding the use of digital tools as these tools are applied in the creation of content. The third domain of digital media literacy is in producing and sharing digital compilations into a medium for knowledge consumption. These mediums for knowledge consumption can take the form of an iBook, iTunes U or can be produced in a web based format.

Prezi Presentation Outlining Deep Learning Project Teams Co-Creating may become one of the most powerful engines of change and innovations that the education world will experience. CO-Creating with other learning partners across social learning networks is like tapping a knowledge pool of similar interest, a reservoir of creativity that may emerge through an enthusiastic wealth of talent producing warehouses of digital curriculum

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
National Association of Secondary Principal’s Breaking Ranks Framework provides the initiative for schools to strive in making their learning environments more student centered. In this webinar entitled “Classrooms without Walls a Connected Learning Approach,” N.A.S.S.P’s Digital Principal Mike King will take a small slice out of the Breaking Ranks Model. The webinar provides participants with a comprehensive framework for school improvement that focuses on technology. During the webinar Digital Principal Mike King will present participants with two essential talking points. The first talking point is on how to design curriculum that centers on the millennium learner. The second talking point will provide participants with information on how to change the landscape when designing the necessary architecture that will support learning in the 21st Century. The end result of this session is to offer participants with the foundations for creating learning environments where students participate in a universal learning experience by utilizing mobile tools as they continually access and create multidimensional patterns of explanations of the world around them.
Friday, January 20, 2012
Friday, March 2, 2012 (8:00 - 9:45)
"Flipping Your Classroom with eBooks" Workshop Description 
If you have ever wondered about how the classrooms of the future will look like attend this session by NASSP's National Award Winning Digital Principal Mike King. Mike and Jesse West will take you into the world of the next generation of teaching and learning which Mike calls the New Alexandria. Learn the essential techniques of generating digital content using methods of facilitate, aggregate, curate, and create through project based learning in primordial spaces within the elaborative learning process. In this session you will learn about the new collaboration roles of the curator, and designer, as information is synthesized from, standards, assessment, content, method, and process into newly developed content generated for mobile learning. The end product of these practices will be a digital book for the new "Alexandrian Libraries of the Future." This session is a BYOD with some knowledge of iAuthor, aggregation and curation tools like, twitter, Delicious, Diggo, scoopit, and Twitted Times which are all  necessary components for your learning, get connected became a curator.

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