June 9, 2009
Presented by Will Richardson

Session Description:
Will Richardson is known internationally for his work with educators and students to understand and implement instructional technologies into their schools, classrooms, and communities. A public school educator for 22 years, Will’s Weblog, Weblogg-ed.com, is a primary resource for the creation and implementation of technology on the K-12 level and is a leading voice for school reform in the context of the fundamental changes these new technologies are bringing to all aspects of life.

Will is a national advisory board member for the George Lucas Education Foundation, writes a quarterly column called “Web 2.0” for District Administration magazine, and regularly contributes to Educational Leadership, Edutopia, and English Journal. His best-selling book, Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Tools for Classrooms, is used by thousands of teachers to reinvent their practice, and his keynotes, presentations and workshops to audiences around the world communicate a fresh and inspiring vision of
what schools can and must become.

Join Will for an interactive day of learning how writing and communicating in a networked, digital world can engage students in and out of the classroom and help create a community of learners.

USTREAM of Will's Workshop

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