Yesterday I presented at the Central Ohio Technology Summit for the second year. It was an awesome day of learning, as always! I love sharing with other teachers (and learning from them!), and the enthusiasm at COTS is invigorating every year. Moreover, the low-key, supportive atmosphere of this conference really builds my confidence that I can share worthwhile ideas effectively! (Much like the positive community of bloggers I've found here!)
This year I presented about Blended Learning, and while the sessions weren't as packed as my sessions last year (about using SMARTboards in truly interactive ways), I still had quite a few attendees. More importantly, they gave me very positive feedback about how much they learned, and that's the most important thing!
Here's my presentation, which highlights the digital components I include in my Moodle classes for my students. (Most can be applied to other systems if you don't have Moodle!):
mobius strip photo credit: bored-now via photo pin cc
If you have any questions or want to know more about any of the content from my presentation, just leave a comment! :-)