How will your summer work/play impact your work at school? Join http://edtechtalk.com/ttt w/ your answers Wed 7.23 9PM ET/6PM PT #NWP #clmooc
On http://edtechtalk.com/ttt on Wed. 7.23 at 9PM ET/6PM PT, as part of our conversation about how to bridge between our summer experiences and our lives in school (detailed below) +Karen Fasimpaur will be letting us know about some of the possibilities of the K12 Online Conference http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=2400
Please plan to join us!
I was in a workshop today at the New York City Writing Project and a young teacher was proudly emailing her work from that workshop to her boyfriend, “because he wants to see what teachers do in the summer!”
I’ll bet a lot of people would like to know what we do in the summer.
For decades, teachers have met at local sites of the National Writing Project to become writers for a few weeks, and to reflect on how this experience makes them re-think their pedagogy.
The serious, collaborative, infectious play of #clmooc last year and again this year is another example of teachers allowing themselves to do something different in the summer because they know how these experiences impact their work in the fall, winter, and spring back at school.
But does it really? How do you think your work/play/collaborations this summer will impact your teaching when you return to school?
Join us for a conversation with +Karen Fasimpaur, +Grace Raffaele and other teachers and students from #clmooc , the New York City Writing Project and beyond!
Please plan to join us at http://edtechtalk.com/ttt at 9PM ET/6PM PT on Wednesday, July 23.