It will start on Monday, Nov. 21 with a pre-conference keynote by Angela Maiers. Angela blogs at www.angelamaiers.com. All of the presenters that week will be worth checking out:
- Chris Craft, in Sandbox Play. Chris blogs on “Crucial Thought.”
- George Couros, in Team Captains. George blogs on “The Principal of Change.”
- Carol Broos, in Level Up. Carol blogs on “Be a Techie.”
- Jim Groom, in Story Time. Jim blogs on “bavatuesdays.”
The rest of the conference will occur week 1 November 29th - December 2nd, and week 2 December 5th-9th, 2011. The complete schedule of presenters can be accessed here. The Twitter hashtag is #k12online.
I have a special place in my heart for the K-12 Online Conference. It is when I first began to realize all of the free quality professional development opportunities that are out there. It opened my eyes to the many online choices we have to either quietly observe or actively participate at our own comfort level. One of my first blog posts was done last year on the K-12 2010 Online Conference and was followed up by some of my favorites. You can view them by clicking here and scrolling through them.
No worries; if you miss the conference, it will be accessible on their wiki. Plus, we will highlight some of our favorites in an upcoming post.