For the 4th year in a row, I will be presenting at MICCA.
For the 1st time (for this conference, at least...), I will be presenting twice.
And as usual, I'm opening my handouts up to everyone who wants to add in their two cents. I feel they're ready to go as-is, but that doesn't mean I'm the only person who knows what he's talking about! (I'm hoping for supplementary information, not for someone to do the work for me.)
My presentations are as follows. Click the links to see, edit, and/or add to my wikis:
...how art lessons in the computer lab can reinforce other subjects.
Paper, pencils, and paints are good, but there are also plenty of free art projects that reinforce other subjects and can be taught using just computers. This session will showcase some tools, tips, and tricks that any teacher can use.
...how microblogs and more can make you a better teacher.
Personal learning networks (also called professional learning networks) are a quick, easy, and free way to continue your professional growth as an educator using web 2.0. This session will explain PLNs in more detail and show a variety of free sites that can be used to build your own.