Monday, October 19, 2009

Upcoming Interactive Events and Webinars on Classroom 2.0: Adolescent Literacy, Learning Teachnologies, and More!

Here is a letter from Steve Hargadon, the founder of Classroom 2.0, the the social network for those interested in Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in education.

A message to all members of Classroom 2.0

Monday, October 19th, 1pm PDT (US):  Angela Maiers' leads a panel discussion with Carnegie's "Time to Act Adolescent Literacy Panel."

Tuesday, October 20th, 5pm PDT (US):   Judi Fusco and Patti Schank from the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) join us
to talk about the Tapped In network, educational social networking, and the future of electronic communities in education.

Tuesday, October 20th, 6pm PDT (US):   Rushton Hurley hosts the Next Vista Digital Dream Team discussion on video projects and ideas.  LearnCentral Link:

Wednesday, October 21st, 11am PDT (US):  The Ambient Insight "Learning Technology Innovation" series presents "Innovation In Educational Technology: The Virtualization Of K-12 And Higher Education" with Sam S. Adkins.  LearnCentral Link:

Wednesday, October 21st,  1pm PDT (US):  Middle School Portal 2: Math & Science Pathways (MSP2) presents Mindy Johnson on Universal Design for Learning (UDL).  LearnCentral Link:

Wednesday, October 21st,  5pm PDT (US):  I interview Esther Wojcicki, a Journalism/English teacher at Palo Alto High School and the current board chair of Creative Commons, on "Creative Commons and Open Education."

Wednesday, October 21st,  6pm PDT (US):  Maria Droujkova hosts another Math 2.0 session on the Guarantech math video community.  LearnCentral Link:

Thanks for your attention, and see you online!  Be sure to let me know if you're interested in starting your own Webinar series!


Steve Hargadon
Founder, Classroom 2.0

Visit Classroom 2.0 at:


Time to Act:  An Agenda for Advancing Adolescent Literacy for College and Career Success (pdf)
(Final Report from Carnegie Corporation of New York's Council on Advancing Adolescent Literacy)

International Reading Association Publications

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