How 2.0 keep up with it all?

When: Tuesday May 26th, 4-5pm, Melbourne Australia time, gmt+10

Where: Blackboard Collaborate Click on this link to join or copy and paste the following url into your browser https://au-sas.bbcollab.com/m.jnlp?sid=2007026&password=M.8C48657101453D1AF5358AB2C16482

About this session:  In the increasingly digital world that we live in, it is near impossible to keep up with everything. This will be an unconference style webinar where participants will be asked to share how they keep themselves organised, how they try and keep track of favourite and suggested tools and apps and what tools they use to keep themselves organised. What are your favourite tools for curation? Bring your questions along and share in the conversations with others. All are welcome and this webinar is online and free.

How do we keep up with it all? Organisation Tips and Tricks!

When: Tuesday November 12th, 4-5pm, Melbourne, Australia gmt+11, See timeanddate for your timezones

Where:  Click on this link to listen to the recording.

About this session: Life can be just crazily busy and with so many wonderful resources, things to do, things that need to be done, how can we keep some sanity and form of organisation. This session will discuss some of the problems faced by networked  teachers, some different methods for organisation and keeping up with it all and a general sharing amongst participants with their tips and tricks. Please join us and share in the conversations.

 

What is a Connected Educator?

When: Tuesday, October 15th, 4-5pm, Melbourne Australia time (gmt+11)

Here is the link to the recording of this session.

Connected Educator Month continues this month. In keeping with the theme,  Tech Talk Tuesday will a general discussion on the question of “What is a Connected Educator?”

  • What is a connected educator?
  • What does a typical day look like for the connected educator?
  • Why become a connected educator?
  • General sharing of any learning this week including Connected Educator Month activities, #RSCon4 the Reform Symposium Conference etc
  • Impact for teaching and learning?
  • Favourite ways to connect
  • Special stories to share
  • Questions, tips and general conversations
Please join us.

 

Hashtags

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When: Tuesday, June 4th, 4-5pm Melbourne Australia time (gmt+10) See timeanddate for your day and timezone.

Where: Here is the link to the recording of this webinar.

About this session: This will be a general sharing session discussing the increasing importance of using hashtags. Participants will look at the following:

  • what are hashtags?
  • where are they used?
  • why are they increasing in importance?
  • looking at hashtags in twitter
  • how to follow hashtags
  • share favourite hashtags to follow
  • how to create a hashtag and where to register them
  • further resources
  • and much more

What questions would you have concerning hashtags? Do you have any resources to share? What are your favourite hashtags? Please share in a comment below.

Teachmeets

When: Tuesday December 4th, 2012 at 4pm, Melbourne Australia time. Check your timezone at timeanddate.

TeachMeet is based on an unconference, peer-to-peer presentation format. People self nominate to give a 7 minute presentation or a 2 minute snapshot of anything they are passionate about. Teachers share good practice, practical ideas and insights into teaching. TeachMeets are open to anyone and do not charge an entry fee.

What’s so good about Teach Meet and in particular Melbourne Teach Meets?

  • It’s a no pressure, informal event.
  • You meet lots of other teachers from different schools and organisations.
  • Presentations are short and given by teachers.
  • The focus is on sharing ideas, not being lectured to.

·        Anyone can participate, all are welcome to present (but not obliged to do so!)

Come along and learn more about this organic delivery for professional development. Our guest presenters are Celia Coffa and Margo Edgar who are the driving forces behind the TeachMeets in Melbourne #Tmmelb

Here is the link to view the recording of this session.

Tech Talk Tuesdays: What have you been up 2.0?

When: Tuesday, 18th October, Melbourne Australia time gmt+11

About this session: This is an unconference type Tech Talk Tuesdays, where participants can share what they have been up to in learning and teaching. Please bring your favourite technology tools, ideas, resources, problems, issues and open them up for discussion. Please join us and share in the discussions.

Here is the link to the session

Open House

Please note that we are now in daylight saving time and are now gmt+11 or may be one hour earlier than the last session you may have attended.

When: Tuesday October 11th, 4-5pm, Melbourne Australia (gmt+11) Tech Talk Tuesdays v2_PopArt_7 small

About the session: This session will be an open, unconference style session where you can come with ideas and experiences to share, or questions to have solved or discussed or any matter relating to teaching, learning and education in general. Hope to see you there!

Here is the link to listen to the recording If you have anything you would like discussed, you can add the questions/topics as a comment below.

What have you been up 2.0?

Date:- Tue Sept 13th, 4-5pm Australia (gmt+10)

About this session:– This is an unconference type Tech Talk Tuesdays, where participants can share what they have been up to in learning and teaching. Bring your favourite technological tools, ideas, resources, problems, issues and open them up for discussion.

Here is the link to the recording. Please join us!