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Prof. Dev: This Week at Tapped In (February 15-21)

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  • berquist
    After School Online (ASO) is a forum for educators. The scheduled events, designed for professional development, are open to everyone in the Tapped In
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 12, 2004
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      After School Online (ASO) is a forum for educators. The scheduled
      events, designed for professional development, are open to everyone in
      the Tapped In community and all guests. All Calendar events will be
      held in the TI After School Online (ASO) room unless otherwise noted in
      the description. Featured Passageways in TI Reception has a link to the
      ASO and most other conference rooms. As always, please login to Tapped
      In http://www.tappedin.org 10 minutes before the ASO event is scheduled
      to begin to allow us to help you get where you need to be. Click on the
      event on the web calendar at
      http://ti2.sri.com/tappedin/do/CalendarAction to read the complete
      descriptions of the individual topics.
      Join the Webheads community of TESOL/ESL/EFL/ELL teachers on Saturday
      and Sunday. If you’re thinking about bringing students to the K-12
      Student Campus, join BJ Berquist for a tour of the Student Campus on
      Monday. Jen Wagner’s Tuesday Tech Leaders Roundtable is always fun and
      informative. Join Fred Steinbroner on Tuesday for Group Learning
      Methods. Wednesday’s schedule includes Donna Hendry’s Language Arts
      Forum and Lesley Farmer’s Targeting Librarians! Thursday’s busy schedule
      includes Keiko Schneider’s Benkyoukai with guest Michaela Kennedy, Leni
      Donlan’s LOC Learning Page Chat on Civil Rights, and guest Jennifer
      Buttrey from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) for
      the Alternative/Correctional Ed Forum. Friday is Kevan Nitzberg with
      Arts Connected and Saturday is a special WebQuests discussion with
      Bernie Dodge. Tours of the many new features of Tapped In are scheduled
      for a variety of time zones on most Tuesdays and Saturdays.
      View the Tapped In calendar of ASO events at:
      http://ti2.sri.com/tappedin/do/CalendarAction You can set the calendar
      to your time zone to see events in your times.
      Saturday, February 14
      * Writing for Webheads: World friendship thru lang. learning
      8:00-9:00am PST/11:00am-12 noon EST/16:00-17:00 GMT
      This alternative time for the Webheads group is offered by Maggi Doty
      for those unable to participate in the regular Sunday discussions or
      would like to have more opportunities for discussion with the Webheads
      community. This group meets in Reception.

      * Tapped In Tips and Tricks
      4:00-5:00pm PST
      Join one of the Tapped In HelpDesk volunteers to learn about the
      fabulous features of TI. This Q&A session will start in the Reception room
      Sunday, February 15
      * Writing for Webheads: World friendship thru lang. learning
      4:00-5:00am PST/7:00-8:00am EST/12:00-13:00 GMT
      Webheads is a robust community of ESL students and teachers who meet
      each Sunday in spontaneous, informal weekly online chat events. Visit
      http://sites.hsprofessional.com/vstevens/files/efi/webheads.htm more
      information about community members and interests. Most Webheads
      discussions begin in Reception.
      Monday, February 16
      * K-12 Student Campus Tour
      4:00am PST
      Learn how to create a group room in the Student Center, set up student
      accounts, and provide a safe and secure place for your K-12 students to
      meet with other classes or with an expert on a topic for project based
      learning. To participate in this tour, you must log in with a Tapped In
      membership. The tour will start from the ASO.
      Tuesday, February 17
      * Oz-Time Tours and Tips/Campfire Meeting
      00:00midnight-01:00am PST

      * Tapped In Tips and Tricks
      2:30-3:30pm PST

      * TechLeaders Round Table
      4:00pm PST
      Jen Wagner invites you to join with other Tech Leaders each month in the
      On Tap Cafe to brainstorm together on different issues.

      * Group Learning Methods
      5:00-6:00pm PST
      Join Fred Steinbroner in the ASO for a discussion about his 'work in
      progress.' Fred has begun to develop a website that will include
      additional resources for group and cooperative learning. See Fred's new
      site at http://www.GroupLearning.org
      Wednesday, February 18
      * Targeting Librarians! – Being Good can be Baaddd
      4:30-6:00pm PST
      Being Good can be Baaddd takes a look at tech ethics for at-risk kids.
      Dr. Lesley Farmer, facilitator of this discussion, coordinates the
      Library Media Teacher Services Credential Program at California State
      University. Join Lesley in the Hot Tub Conference Room.

      * Language Arts Forum
      5:00pm PST
      Join Donna Hendry in the ASO on February 18 for her always fun and
      interesting Language Arts Forum.
      Thursday, February 19
      * Benkyoukai - Technology: Building Bridges to Advocacy
      3pm PST
      Connecting real-time learning with the community at large, once
      whimsical not too long ago, is becoming commonplace in communities
      throughout the world. Join Keiko Schneider and guest Michaela Kennedy in
      the ASO to look at how students and teachers can promote a healthy,
      solid program through e-folios.

      * Library of Congress Learning Page Chat – Civil Rights
      5:00pm PST
      One hundred years after the Civil War, America witnessed marches,
      sit-ins, boycotts, freedom rides, nonviolent resistance, and rallies.
      The nation's attention was focused on the inequities of racial
      segregation and discrimination against African Americans. Landmark
      actions - the Brown decision of 1954, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the
      Voting Rights Act of 1965 - resulted. What changes can we attribute to
      this era of activism? Has America achieved equal rights for all its
      citizens? Where are we today, and where do we go from here? Join this
      LOC discussion in the ASO.

      * Alt/Correctional Ed Forum - NCJRS
      6:00pm PST
      Jennifer Buttrey from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service
      (NCJRS) is the guest speaker for this discussion that will meet in the
      ASO. http://www.ncjrs.org/
      Friday, February 20
      * ArtsConnected Workshop - Art Across the Curriculum
      4:00-5:30pm PST
      This workshop, which has application for both interdisciplinary learning
      and easily implemented standard assessment strategies, provides teachers
      with additional educational tools for student skill development and
      improvement. See http://www.artsconnected.org/ for more information.
      Join Kevan Nitzberg in his TI office. http://www.artsconnected.org

      Saturday, February 21
      * Writing for Webheads: World friendship thru lang. learning
      8:00am PST

      * WebQuests in the EU
      9am PST
      Join Bernie Dodge who is just returned from a meeting in Romania for a
      discussion in the ASO of how WebQuests are being promoted in the
      European Union. Participants in the Comenius Project
      [http://cfievalladolid2.net/thinkweb/%5d will describe their plans to
      develop a multilingual course preparing teachers to create WebQuests.

      * Tapped In Tips and Tricks
      4:00pm PST
      Sunday, February 22
      * Writing for Webheads: World friendship thru lang. learning
      4:00am PST
      Respectfully submitted,
      BJ Berquist
      Associate Educator, TAPPED IN
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