Earlier this week, I was at the International Society for Technology in Education convention in Denver, Colorado. While there, I presented a session about the planning for technology in primary classrooms along with Amanda Marrinan and Maria Knee. While planning a presentation across continents is not without its challenges, I love presenting with these ladies. We all do similar things in our classrooms, and having a kindergarten teacher, a grade one teacher and a year two teacher all present together gives a well-rounded primary picture.
You can see a recorded video of the presentation on the ISTE site. After watching some other presenters struggle with bandwidth during videos they wanted to show, we decided to play our video right from the file on my computer. Although the sound was fine in the presentation hall, there is absolutely no sound on the recording. (A file that the techie guys put on my computer right before we presented was supposed to fix that, but…) Here is the video:
Although the ISTE wizards have done a superb job of adding our slides into the video, you can also view them separately if you wish.