9:30 a.m. (Ken, Kate, Patsy, Karen, Nancy M., Paul and Felicia)

Open up possibilities Edit

9:35 – 10:35

Write on Weblogs and Beyond Blogs –

Review the June meeting notes and the notes on technology gathered in May

What’s your thinking now about what the NYCWP should be doing about technology. (20 mins.)

Respond to one above and one below. (30 minutes to respond)
Read what others wrote to you and respond (10 minutes)

Talk – (Practical)Edit

10:35 – 11:30

Conversation about NYCWP Technology future via Tapped In– to introduce the practice of meeting via computer – 5 pm Mondays – on a regular basis to maintain connection and do more learning online together; model/demonstrate the possibility for having this happen

Real conversation about planning a course/retreat (professional development that is front-loaded and on-going)Edit

11:30 – 12:30 (ish)

  • Dates – start, meeting dates, end
  • Place(s) –
  • Themes –
  • How to integrate technology with the work of the NYCWP teacher-consultants
  • Software – Blog, Wikki, chatting, Nicenet, RSS feeds, podcasting, bloglines, video, digital storytelling/poetry, Flikr (social softwares – software that connects individuals through their work)
  • Advanced and Beginning groups – how to serve

Lunch Edit

12:30 – 1:30

Personal use becoming classroom use Edit

1:30 – 3:30 (new people joining am group - Gina, Julie, Grace, Nancy Brodsky)

Review morning agenda/discussions for new folks How are teachers already using the software/technology we talked about?

  • Look at Nancy’s and Julie’s blogs
  • How can we help you (teachers like Nancy and Julie) bring their work (knowledge/resources) into the classroom, to work with students/teachers?

Next StepsEdit


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