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The K-12 Online Conference is a free, online, annual professional development conference offering asynchronous and synchronous opportunities for educators around the globe to share innovative ways web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. The conference takes place in the Fall each year, and generally includes four different strands to represent multiple perspectives: getting started, classroom implementation, leadership and strategies for more advanced users. Student voices are included throughout the presentations.

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The K-12 Online Conference is a free, online, annual professional development conference offering asynchronous and synchronous opportunities for educators around the globe to share innovative ways web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. The conference takes place in the Fall each year, and generally includes four different strands to represent multiple perspectives: getting started, classroom implementation, leadership and strategies for more advanced users. Student voices are included throughout the presentations.

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    Creativity Strand Panel Discussion

    Creativity Strand Panel Discussion

    Creativity Strand Panel Discussion, April 29, 2017. LIVE interaction with all the educators sharing their Creative Classrooms: classrooms that have Arts Pedagogy combined with Math, Coding and Science (STEM), Art, Theatre and Technology. This session is a truly collaborative adventure. Creativity. How do you begin, how do you make is the backbone of your classroom? Hear from teachers from around the world sharing how they use creativity within their classroom. Samuel Wright, a composer and educator has put together a variety of musicians and visual arts that demonstrate how they use creativity through collaboration and the arts.
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    http://k12onlineconference.org/live/

    Australia
    Alison Housley International Grammar School, Sydney, Australia
    Andrew Mifsud @AndyMifsud Music Teacher, Barker College, Sydney, Australia
    Jane-Marie Talese @MsTalese Music Teacher, Tara Anglican School for Girls, Sydney, Australia

    Austria
    Lidia Campanale @LidiaMusic3 Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria
    Samuel Wright @Wrightstufmusic Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria

    China
    Jenelle Krusak @kresak2j Tech Coach, American International School of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
    Betty Lin @lietometwo Music Teacher, American International School of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

    Laos
    Alison Armstrong @alisonmusicblog Music Teacher, Vientiane International School, Laos

    Norway
    Eldar Skjørten @EldarSkjorten Music Pedagogue, Eiksmarka Elementary School, Norway

    United States
    Tricia Fuglestad @fuglefun Visual Arts Teacher, Dryden Elementary School, Arlington Heights, IL USA

    • 1 hr 2 min
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    Creativity Strand Keynote-K12 Online 2017-Part2

    Creativity Strand Keynote-K12 Online 2017-Part2

    Creativity Strand presentation by Samuel Wright and a variety of musicians and visual arts educators, April 24, 2017. Creativity. How do you begin, how do you make is the backbone of your classroom? View teachers from around the world how they use creativity within their classroom. Samuel Wright, a composer and educator has put together a variety of musicians and visual arts that demonstrate how they use creativity through collaboration and the arts. Learn from Samuel in Part 1 as he introduces the Creativity Strand through inspiring examples from his own students in Austria. Then watch Part 2: a series of short presentations from some very creative educators who come from all over the world: Australia, Austria, China, Laos, Norway, and the USA. Brought together for this conference their videos cover Music and Minecraft, Visual Arts, Ableton Live with Choral arrangements, Paintings and Sound Installations, Film Trailers or Soundscapes with Korg Little-Bits and much more.

    Additional Information: Samuel Wright's Blog https://wrightstuffmusic.com/

    Australia
    Alison Housley International Grammar School, Sydney, Australia
    Andrew Mifsud @AndyMifsud Music Teacher, Barker College, Sydney, Australia
    Jane-Marie Talese @MsTalese Music Teacher, Tara Anglican School for Girls, Sydney, Australia

    Austria
    Lidia Campanale @LidiaMusic3 Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria
    Samuel Wright @Wrightstufmusic Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria

    China
    Jenelle Krusak @kresak2j Tech Coach, American International School of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
    Betty Lin @lietometwo Music Teacher, American International School of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

    Laos
    Alison Armstrong @alisonmusicblog Music Teacher, Vientiane International School, Laos

    Norway
    Eldar Skjørten @EldarSkjorten Music Pedagogue, Eiksmarka Elementary School, Norway

    United States
    Tricia Fuglestad @fuglefun Visual Arts Teacher, Dryden Elementary School, Arlington Heights, IL USA

    • 24 min
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    Creativity Strand Keynote-K12 Online 2017-Part1

    Creativity Strand Keynote-K12 Online 2017-Part1

    Creativity Strand Keynote presentation by Samuel Wright, April 24, 2017. Creativity. How do you begin, how do you make is the backbone of your classroom? View teachers from around the world how they use creativity within their classroom. Samuel Wright, a composer and educator has put together a variety of musicians and visual arts that demonstrate how they use creativity through collaboration and the arts. Learn from Samuel in Part 1 as he introduces the Creativity Strand through inspiring examples from his own students in Austria. Then watch Part 2: a series of short presentations from some very creative educators who come from all over the world: Australia, Austria, China, Laos, Norway, and the USA. Brought together for this conference their videos cover Music and Minecraft, Visual Arts, Ableton Live with Choral arrangements, Paintings and Sound Installations, Film Trailers or Soundscapes with Korg Little-Bits and much more.

    Additional Information: Samuel Wright's Blog https://wrightstuffmusic.com/

    Australia
    Alison Housley International Grammar School, Sydney, Australia
    Andrew Mifsud @AndyMifsud Music Teacher, Barker College, Sydney, Australia
    Jane-Marie Talese @MsTalese Music Teacher, Tara Anglican School for Girls, Sydney, Australia

    Austria
    Lidia Campanale @LidiaMusic3 Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria
    Samuel Wright @Wrightstufmusic Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria

    China
    Jenelle Krusak @kresak2j Tech Coach, American International School of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
    Betty Lin @lietometwo Music Teacher, American International School of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

    Laos
    Alison Armstrong @alisonmusicblog Music Teacher, Vientiane International School, Laos

    Norway
    Eldar Skjørten @EldarSkjorten Music Pedagogue, Eiksmarka Elementary School, Norway

    United States
    Tricia Fuglestad @fuglefun Visual Arts Teacher, Dryden Elementary School, Arlington Heights, IL USA

    • 7 min
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    Panel Discussion- Design Thinking

    Panel Discussion- Design Thinking

    International Panel Discussion on Design Thinking, January 20, 2017. A 60 minute panel discussion about design thinking for the K12 Online Conference. The panel discussion was be facilitated by Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) in Oklahoma City and the panel includes two amazing international educators who are well versed and experienced applying design thinking concepts in schools. Panelists: Brad Ovenell-Carter (@Braddo) in Vancouver, BC, Canada and Brian Lockwood (@BrianLockwood) in Copenhagen, Denmark. You are also encouraged to watch John Spencer’s (@spencerideas) keynote for the “Design Thinking” strand of this year’s conference which was published on January 12, 2017 and is available here in iTunesU or on the website. http://k12onlineconference.org/2017/01/12/design-thinking/

    • 1 hr 4 min
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    John Spencer: Design Thinking Keynote

    John Spencer: Design Thinking Keynote

    How can we get students engaged as critical thinkers, creators and makers? Learn about design thinking and how the LAUNCH cycle can be a framework to focus students through the process. 1) Look, listen learn 2) Ask tons of questions, 3) Understand the process/problem 4) Navigate ideas, 5) Create, 6) Highlight and fix and then finally LAUNCH!

    • 31 min
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    Learning Spaces Discussion Panel

    Learning Spaces Discussion Panel

    Panel discussion about keynote by David Jakes: Reimagining the Spaces in Which We Learn: Mindset, Landscape, Process, Impact Panel members: David Jakes, Carolyn Foote, Kevin Jarrett, Michael Morrison, Brian Hamm. Panelists discussed what motivated them to start the learning space process, whether they designed spaces around instruction or learning, how to get started, impact of redesigning learning spaces that were intentional and inclusive, “must have’s” in learning spaces, and the importance of movement, flexibility, and student/teacher choice.

    • 1 hr

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