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Hosted By: West Salem School District

Additional “Connected Educator Technology Symposiums� are also being offered this summer: Holmen, WI (July 10-12) Wisconsin Dells, WI (August 7-9) Visit http://naomiharm.org for more info.

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Innovative Educator Consulting

295 South Marina Drive  Brownsville, MN 55919 Home: (507) 750-0506  Cell: (608) 386-2018 Email: naomi@naomiharm.org Website: http://naomiharm.org Twitter: @nharm Inspired Technology Leadership to Transform Teaching & Learning

Jeff & Naomi Harm Innovative Educator Consulting

Welcome Innovative Educators! Think back to the best professional development experience you ever had. What made it so effective? In most cases, it was a memorable learning opportunity that was fun, collaborative and influential. The Innovative Educator Consulting team has created a unique summer learning event “The Connected Educator’s Technology Symposium” that is based on the premise of these three dynamic learning opportunities, and the integration focus of building a collaborative culture to learn and lead in the digital age. The Innovative Educator Consulting team believes that new, innovative forms of teacher professional development are the cornerstone to building teacher capacity in the 21st century. To excite the next generation of students, we are offering educators and administrators from all sectors a unique opportunity to re-envision your curriculum in ways that are relevant for today’s learner. We are so glad that you will be joining us for the “The Connected Educator’s Technology Symposium” hosted at the West Salem School District from August 21-23, 2012. If you have further questions about the program’s events, please feel free to contact Jeff or Naomi Harm, President and CEO of Innovative Educator Consulting, anytime through their provided contact information. Jeff and Naomi Harm

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Innovative professional development opportunities will include: • Three fun-filled days of inspired learning in a collegial setting • Community-driven professional development networking opportunities • Immersive hands-on/minds-on inquiry based experiences

Workshop Offerings: Enhancing Your Secondary Curriculum with iPad Technologies for the MS/HS Educator The iPad and ASD: an “App”-mazing Tool for Autistic Students Transforming PreK-4th Grade Classroom Practice and Student Learning with iPad Technologies Go Further with Google Apps -- Level 1 & Level 2 The SMART Classroom: Engaging Learners with the SMART Board Interacting Whiteboard Independence in the Inclusive Classroom YOU Play Minecraft?!!!! Integrating Effective Communication and Collaboration Practices within a Mobile Learning Environment Administrative Technology Leadership: Building a Collaborative Culture to Learn and Lead in the Digital Age Peer Coaching: Transforming Schools by Connecting Peers with Purpose Books, Nooks and More! Cutting Edge Technology Tools: The Essentials for K-12 Educators

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• Personalized instruction for each and every educator focused on their needs, talents, learning styles, interests, and academic backgrounds • Virtual guest presenters throughout to extend the learning of each technology workshop session • Personalized learning and train-the-trainer models that all schools could aspire towards

DAY ONE: 8:00 Sign-in, complete graduate credit paperwork, and enjoy continental breakfast 8:30-9:15

Welcome and connected educator virtual keynote from Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach

9:15-11:30 Let the workshops begin 11:30-12:15 Healthy lunch 12:15-1:00 Presenters bonus sectional 1:00-3:00

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DAY TWO: 8:30

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Mid morning break

11:30-12:15 Healthy lunch 12:15-1:00 Vendor emerging technolgy sectional 1:00-3:00

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DAY THREE: 8:30

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11:30-12:15 Healthy lunch 12:15-1:45

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Workshop evals

2:00-3:00 Closing and vendor tech prize giveaways

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Connected Educator Virtual Keynote Presenter... Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach is a 20-year educator who has been a classroom teacher, technology coach, charter school principal, district administrator, university instructor and digital learning consultant. Currently, she is in the dissertation phase of completing her doctorate in Educational Planning, Policy and Leadership at the College of William and Mary. She is the owner and founder of 21st Century Collaborative, LLC, a digital learning consulting business through which she regularly delivers keynotes, workshops and supports nonprofits in their grant work. Through the Powerful Learning Practice Network which she co-founded with Will Richardson, she works with schools and districts from across the US, Canada, New Zealand, Norway and Australia to re-envision their learning cultures and communities. http://plpnetwork.com Sheryl is a sought after presenter at national and international events, speaking on topics of 21st Century reform, teacher and educational leadership, community building, and educational issues impacting marginalized populations such as the homeless. Her latest book The Connected Educator: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age has just been published this past Fall. This book is a journey into what it means to be a learner first and an educator second. It is a book about you, about your professional learning. It’s also about us—the collective us in education— and how our own learning can transform student learning through a systemic vision of professional development.

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Graduate Credit We are offering cost effective graduate credits. One, two or

Technology Symposium Fees Individual Educator: $375 A Team of 3 Educators from the same school district: $975 Registration includes high quality professional development technology training from Mastered educator instructors, virtual guest presenters, healthy meals, snacks and beverages each day, and technology raffle prizes.

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* There will be a $75 cancellation fee for any cancellations made after August 14, 2012.

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cost of $150 per credit through UW-La Crosse. * Graduate credit paperwork, registration, and payment must be completed on the first day of The Connected Educator Summer Technology Symposium. Graduate credit payment will be made directly to

http://naomiharm.org Placement in all workshops is on a first come registration basis. If a workshop is filled, participants will be notified and placed on a waiting list or given the option to choose another workshop to meet their learning needs. Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation email and invoice to send in with their payment. To reserve your spot, payments must be made by August 1 to: Innovative Educator Consulting 295 South Marina Drive Brownsville, MN 55919

Contact Information For questions regarding registration, contact Kim Berg at (608) 406-6004 or email kimberg@centurytel.net.

Location The Connected Educator Summer Technology Symposium running August 21-23, 2012 will take place at: West Salem School District 405 East Hamlin Street West Salem, WI 54669

UW-La Crosse through West Salem Schools

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Hotel Accommodations When calling to make a hotel reservation, please mention Connected Educator Technology Symposium to receive the educators hotel rate by July 15. AmericInn 125 Buol Road West Salem, WI (608) 786--3340

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Best Western Plus 1835 Rose Street La Crosse, WI (608) 781-7000

Stoney Creek Inn 3060 S Kinney Coulee Rd Onalaska, WI (608) 781-3060

August 21-23, 2012


Workshop Choices Enhancing Your Secondary Curriculum with iPad Technologies for the Middle School/High School Educator

Instructor: Dan King --- ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3 Review iPad fundamentals/tips and tricks and take the journey into integration by discovering ways to integrate the iPad(s) into your secondary classrooms’ learning and curriculum. Participants will learn how to find appropriate core/music/art etc. apps, critically evaluate apps and more. This hands on workshop will also go beyond the apps and explore ways to use your iPad in customized ways to meet the needs of MS and HS students. Create eProjects, eBooks and other instructional materials, integrate with your SmartBoard, manage photos, add video content and more. Join us and accelerate your students learning whether you have one iPad or many! Attendees need bring an iPad 2 or 3 with iOS5 to this training.

The iPad and ASD: an “App”-mazing Tool For Autistic Students Instructor: Sally King --- ISTE NETS: 2, 4

So much to do. So much information. So many needs! This 3 day workshop will give participants time to learn and explore the many special education apps available that can help teachers and their ASD students. Time will be spent learning the features of the iPad that make it a “cool” tool for students with special needs. Participants will learn about selected apps and more in depth with Proloquo2Go, and then be given explore time with focus on assessment/data collection tools, social/behavioral skills, fine motor/writing skills, student organization/task completion, and language/communication skills. Participants will have time to collaborate and share with peers. Attendees need bring an iPad 2 or 3 with iOS5 to this training.

Transforming PreK - 4th Grade Classroom Practice and Student Learning with iPad Technologies Instructors: Shirley Galstad-Roh and Tim Nielsen ISTE NETS for Teachers: 1, 2, 3, 5; for Administrators: 2, 3, 4

With learning for all as the objective, iPad use in the Prek-4 classroom will begin with you in mind. Are you wondering where to begin? We can help! Are you asking yourself which apps are best for my students to help them learn? We can help! Are you concerned with how to manage a classroom of iPads with your students? We can help! Are you wanting to extend and enhance current iPad integration? We can help! Are you thinking about how to organize the apps to maximize student learning? We can help! The presenters will begin with a brief review of iPad basics and operating features. Attendees will then be given an opportunity to share their knowledge and personal/classroom experiences using iPads with the group. Presenters will model best practices and share examples of real classroom learning with iPads. Plenty of time will be given to collaborate and communicate with other attendees to create lessons that integrate iPad technology to support students being immersed in the 21st Century learning skills. Ideas/Projects will be shared with the group so everyone will benefit from the team work. Be ready to explore, discover and change your teaching style and your students learning with iPads! Attendees need bring an iPad 2 or 3 with iOS5 to this training.

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Workshop Choices Go Further with Google Apps - Level 1 & Level 2

Instructor: Chad Kafka --- ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3, 5 And, we’re off! This three day session is geared towards those starting with Google Apps and taking it another step to implement Google Apps with in a school domain. Teacher/ student Management strategies will be explored for how to manage Google Apps, projects, files and services in the classroom. We will explore tips and tricks to transform learning, productivity and efficiency in your classroom with Google’s tools. We will cover advanced features of a variety of tools including, but not limited to Mail, Calendar, Docs, Sites, Blogger, Picasa, Chrome, and others. Google Certified Teacher Chad Kafka will share strategies he has used with teachers and students for using Google Apps in the classroom.

The SMART Classroom: Engaging Learners with the SMART Board Interacting Whiteboard Instructor: Jodi Hoscheit --- ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Have a SMARTBoard, but not quite sure what to do with it or want to know how to go beyond just the basics? This workshop, led by a veteran teacher who uses a SMARTBoard everyday, will guide participants through the use of SMART Notebook software and the tools available for creating activities and lessons. Explore exciting, interactive tools that are waiting to engage students and get them focused on learning. Participants will not only learn to create their own lessons, but will be shown how to find lessons already created by other teachers, then adapt them to fit their own curriculum and grade level needs. Most important of all, teachers will establish a network of teachers and educators that will provide endless support and ideas for using a SMARTBoard everyday for classroom lessons and routines. This workshop allows participants the time to repeatedly work with the software and leave with a comfort level to use the SMARTBoard Construct compelling personal narratives using digital tools. Participants in this workshop will: • Create learner-centered lessons that are visual and highly interactive • Maximize student engagement and classroom efficiency • Promote ICT Literacy Skills focused on student outcomes • Collaborate with peers to assess and improve new and existing lessons • Participate in hands-on opportunities that fit your individual needs and experience levels in utilizing SMART Notebook software and a SMART Board interactive whiteboard

Independence in the Inclusive Classroom Instructor: Melissa Emler --- ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3 This session is appropriate for regular and special education teachers who want to help students with special needs be more independent in the regular education environment. A variety of assistive technologies ranging from low tech to high tech will be examined. Educators will set into motion an implementation plan for using Bookshare, Echo Smartpens, a variety of iPad apps and web 2.0 tools, video modeling, selfadvocacy coaching, and Texthelp’s toolbar.

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Because of the varying needs of students, discussion regarding BYOD (bring your own device) policies and practices will also be explored. These technologies are not only good for special education students, they are good for ALL students.

August 21-23, 2012


Workshop Choices YOU Play Minecraft?!!!!

Instructor: Heidi Siwak --- ISTE NETS: 1, 2 Research into the potential of gaming on learning is exploding. Schools built entirely around gaming principles now exist. What exactly is game-based learning? How can it be used in classrooms? How does gaming promote 21st century fluencies, critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and collaboration? This workshop will introduce non-gaming educators to the principle’s of gaming. Educators will have the opportunity to learn gaming and game construction using Minecraft and Scratch as well as create a social media platform where learners can discuss and share what they learn through gaming. Most of all, teachers will learn how to engage students in compelling learning experiences through gaming. Teachers

Integrating Effective Communication and Collaboration Practices within a Mobile Learning Environment Instructor: Beth Lisowski --- ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3 This three day hands-on workshop will focus on using free and user-friendly digital multimedia tools to create an engaging and collaborative learning environment that uses technology to support all learners and their unique learning styles. Internet safety and student management will be addressed throughout three days- as we explore a wide variety of digital tools and

their practical uses while focusing on the 4 C’s of creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking. Creation and digital media tools explored will include video and web conferencing, back channel chats, social networks of Facebook, wikis and blogs to integrate with your existing curriculum and utilized in a BYOD teaching and learning environment.

Administrative Technology Leadership: Building a Collaborative Culture to Learn and Lead in the Digital Age Instructor: Curt Rees --- Admin ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 In this course, administrative and technology leaders will explore new trends related to both emerging technologies and 21st century skills as they relate to teaching, learning and leadership. In particular, it will focus on these trends from the administrator’s point of view. At the end of this course, learners will be able to:

• Identify 21st Century Skills, web 2.0 literacy tools, and discuss their possible application and educational benefits in the classroom • Understand the National Educational Technology Standards for students, teachers and administrators Tools and resources explored during these three days include: • Google apps for Administrators and the power of Chrome • Social Bookmarking: Diigo • Twitter for PD • YouTube to communicate with families and community • Professional reflection through blogging and web 2.0 tools

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Workshop Choices Peer Coaching: Transforming Schools by Connecting Peers with Purpose Instructor: Mary Lou Ley ISTE NETS: NETS•S 1- 4, NETS•T 1- 3, 5, NETS•A 14, NETS•C 1-4, 6

Experts say the most effective Professional Development today is: technology-rich, delivered through a coaching model, and enhanced by the power of community and social learning. The Peer Coaching Program focuses on training teachers to help their colleagues integrate technology into the collaborative online classroom of the future. You will learn and utilize the communication and collaboration skills needed to build trust and effective collaboration. You will learn to strengthen lesson design skills to help colleagues improve learning activities through active, engaging instructional strategies. And, you will explore best practices in technology integration so you can assist teachers to use technology to enrich and enhance student learning. Join us to learn how to go beyond “helping” to develop your coaching skill set that will enable you to engage in discussions between coaches and colleagues, to understand their challenges and adapt to ongoing personal teaching styles and student needs. In the Peer Coaching program coaches learn, practice, and employ with colleagues three primary sets of skills: communication skills, lesson improvement skills, and technology integration skills. Peer Coaches offer colleagues job-embedded, contentfocused, just-in-time, long-term professional development, focused on local needs.

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Books, Nooks and More!

Instructors: Jennifer Malphy and Crystal Brunelle ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 5

With the adoption of Common Core Standards, teachers will be encouraged to integrate technology like never before. This integration will help prepare our students to succeed in our global society. Hopefully, our students will learn to create, collaborate, communicate, use critical thinking skills, and become responsible digital citizens. In this workshop, participants will explore the use of eBooks and eReaders in the classroom and/or library. We will also learn how to create eBooks to use on such devices. Participants will be introduced to a variety of sources for collaboration and the development of Personal Learning Networks such as Twitter, blogs, wikis and Skype. Collaboration and PLNs are excellent ways to continue to learn and grow once the workshop is over. We will also have a digital literacy component. In this module, teachers will be exposed to a wide variety of online digital literacy tools such as Storybirds, Animoto and Glogster. Attendees need a Nook to this training.

Cutting Edge Technology Tools: The Essentials for K-12 Educators

Instructors: David Kapuler and Jena Sherry ISTE NETS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 This session will showcase varied levels of cutting edge Web 2.0 and 21st Century Technologies including social networking and social bookmarking. We will share essential resources and tools to infuse immediately into your K-12 classroom instruction, such as Twitter, Diigo, Wikispaces, Tagxedo & Wordle, Animoto, Prezi, Voice Thread, Glogster, and Voki. To enhance this session, a key focus will also include developing and strengthening your PLN. This PLN component will assist educators to improve their digital literacy skill sets, and emphasize how to effectively network and collaborate with other grade level and content specific educators from around the world. Upon completion of our session, you will be equipped with several digital tools and have created digital projects that make you wonder, “How did I ever teach without these?”

August 21-23, 2012


About the Presenters Crystal Brunelle is an elementary level Teacher Librarian. She has worked in libraries at both the university and elementary level. This is her sixth year working in an elementary library. Before earning her MLIS, she taught for twelve years in grades one through five as a regular classroom teacher. In 2010 she earned the Teacher of the Year Award from The La Crosse County Library Board and has been very active in encouraging the use of the public library. Crystal is extremely involved with her online Professional Learning Network through Twitter, wikis, her blogs and many other avenues. You can follow Crystal on Twitter at @librarygrl2 Melissa Emler is a passionate educator. She has taught high school English and special education and is an aspiring administrator. Melissa is excited about almost everything but especially 21st century skills and technology integration. Her energy and enthusiasm make her a dynamic presenter. Melissa has presented “Independence in the Inclusive Classroom� at the Wisconsin SLATE conference (School Leaders Advancing Technology in Education) in 2010 and 2011, and this workshop is an opportunity to explore those topics more in depth. You can follow Melissa on Twitter at @MelissaEmler Shirley Galstad-Roh, ME-PD, Kindergarten Teacher for the School District of Onalaska, Past District Technology Integration Coach, Past Technology Presenter for Onalaska School District. Shirley is a leader in using technology in the primary classroom to integrate core content that includes differentiation for individual learning styles and assessment. Peer coaching in using Smartboard technology and Notebook software has been a passion for her. Shirley is currently using eight iPads in her classroom to deliver universal instruction as well as RTi. Jodi Hoscheit is a National Board Certified Teacher with a MEPD, Students in her class are challenged and engaged daily as she passionately infuses technology in all aspects of the learning environment. Jodi has taught all grades, K-8 (Middle School Science). She has served as a pre-K through 12 District Instructional Technologist for the School District of Holmen. She teaches graduate courses for both U.W. LaCrosse and Viterbo University. Jodi has served as president of the Midwest Wisconsin Reading Council. Jodi is truly passionate about creating learning experiences to develop 21st Century skills.

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Chad Kafka works as a middle school computer teacher and Technology Coach for Franklin Public Schools. Outside of Franklin, Chad enjoys presenting, teaching and networking with educators at the state and national level. He has also recently presented at the SLATE conference and the Midwest Google Apps Summit. Chad was accepted into the Google Certified Teacher network in December of 2009 and the Apple Distinguished Educator program in July 2011. You can follow Chad on Twitter at @chadkafka David Kapuler has been working with technology and k12 education for over 12 years. David has been a technology integration specialist as well as a technology support specialist. He has provided professional development for district staff as well at the state conference level. David specializes in web 2.0 and 21st century technology as well as a strong background in web design. He maintains an award nominated blog and professional blog for Technology & Learning magazine, where he has been published over six times in print and over 30 times online. You can follow David on Twitter at @dkapuler Dan King, the former Instructional Technology Coordinator for the School District of Onalaska is currently working as an Instructional Technology Specialist with Innovative Educator Consulting. Dan has actively been presenting iPad workshops around the state from deployment to integration since coming on board in June. Dan is excited about the possibilities of iPads in the classroom and offers much to his participants. You can follow Dan on Twitter at @danking56 Sally King recently retired from the School District of Onalaska, has more than 34 years of experience serving the speech and language needs of a wide spectrum of students in the K-12 environment. She has worked extensively to meet student needs in the areas of augmentative communication, social/ behavioral skill development, assistive technology and autism spectrum disorders. Serving as a school district technology coach, Sally has also devoted much of her time to helping others find and use the technology tools that best meet the needs of students. Meeting the challenging needs of our special education students through technology is central to her beliefs.

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About the Presenters Mary Lou Ley is the director of the Wisconsin Peer Coaching Collaborative. She has trained and coordinated Peer Coaching programs across the state of Wisconsin. The collaborative has brought teachers from across the state of Wisconsin together to learn about coaching while helping them build capacity for professional learning. Mary Lou Ley has committed over thirty years to public education’s school improvement initiatives; evaluating programs, developing and providing current research-based practices in online and face-to-face formats. Beth Lisowski has 13 years of experience in public education and training in the Google Apps for Education Suite. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and a Masters of Science degree in Educational Leadership. She is currently the Technology Integration Coach for the school district of Black River Falls and is an adjunct professor for Viterbo University. She has presented at conferences, hosted workshops, held summer technology camps and lead in-services at many school districts. Her passion is engaging students in learning by using technology. You can follow Beth on Twitter at @MrsLGrade3 Jennifer Malphy is a 4K-12 Teacher Librarian and District Technology Coordinator for the Kickapoo Area School District in Viola, WI. This is her 15th year working as a 4K- 12 Teacher Librarian. She loves using technology with her students and has been a leader in getting eReaders, specifically NOOKs, into her building and in the hands of teachers and students. Jennifer has recently presented at the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association (WEMTA) on topics such as eReaders and student created book trailers using Animoto. You can follow Jennifer on Twitter at @jmalphy Tim Nielsen, ME-PD, 1st Grade Teacher for the School District of Holmen, District Technology Integration Coach. Tim enjoys teaching and sharing best practices with staff to further their learning in fun, unique, and enriching ways. Some of his focal areas include work with Web 2.0 Tools and iPads in the Elementary Classroom. He works to share and collaborate with educators globally to provide motivating, and engaging 21st Century learning opportunities for both students and staff. You can follow Tim on Twitter at @teach1tech

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Curt Rees is an elementary school principal in the School District of Onalaska in Wisconsin. He is also a graduate faculty member for the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, working with practicing educators earning their Masters degree in Professional Development. He’s been an administrator in Wisconsin since 2003 and before that he was a principal and teacher in Illinois, New Mexico, and South Dakota. His interests include the power of collaboration and connectivity (for students and teachers) provided through technology. Follow him on Twitter @WiscPrincipal Jena Sherry has been a classroom teacher for 17 years. She currently teaches science and social studies at Kickapoo Middle School in Viola, WI. Integrating technology to motivate students and sharing tips and tricks with her colleagues is very rewarding. Jena’s tip for tech newbies is: “Don’t add, replace.” She has presented at WEMTA and is a member of WEMTA, ISTE and ICE. You can follow Jena on Twitter at @Jena_Sherry Heidi Siwak is currently a 6th grade teacher in Canada. She has made it her life’s mission to make learning moreexciting, more engaging and more collaborative and most of all … more outside the classroom! Harnessing the power of technology and social media, Heidi is creating brand new models of learning, and uses her Grade 6 classroom as a laboratory where her students teach her as much as she teaches them. Using platforms such as Twitter, blogs, Livestreaming, YouTube, Skype and gaming , Heidi and her students are finding ways to connect with experts around the world, test the validity of information and ideas, and expand the scope of intellectual exploration and creativity. After 20 years as an elementary and middle school teacher of Language, Social Studies and French, Heidi is developing a new understanding of what it means to be a teacher in the 21st century and she shares her discoveries through her blogs, “21 Century Classroom: The Amaryllis” and “Tales of a Edu-Pirate”. You can follow Heidi on Twitter at @HeidiSiwak

Additional Staff Kim Berg is a Virtual Administrative Assistant for Innovative Educator Consulting. She has been working for Naomi in various capacities for the past 8 years and enjoys all the technology tips and tricks she’s learned along the way. Being a “virtual” administrative assistant has given her the flexibility to continue working while juggling the responsibilities of being a full time mom to her three children.

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