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January 9, 2008 - We have now "protected" this page since the schedule appears fairly set. If you are an invited participant that needs to make changes to the schedule below, please contact Karlwith the info and he'll make the changes.

Thanks for being interested in participating in live blogging A Whole New Mind with students from Arapahoe High School. Please add your name, title, location and link (if you have one) next to the date(s) and time(s) you would like to blog. You can read more about the fishbowl discussion technique and see an example of what the live blog looks like. You may add yourself to any slot, even if someone else is already there, although it would be great if we could get at least one person in each time slot.

All times are Mountain Standard Time (which is GMT - 7)

Period 2: 8:25 - 9:24 am MST (Anne Smith's Class)
Period 3: 9:29- 10:30 am MST (Maura Moritz's Class)
Period 4: 10:35 - 11:34 am MST (Maura Moritz's Class)
Period 5: 12:14 - 1:12 pm MST (Anne Smith's Class)

*Note - times on January 25th are different due to an assembly
Current Time in Colorado


If you need any help adding yourself to this wiki, or have questions, please contact Karl Fisch.



Friday, January 18th, 2008 - Chapter 4: Design


Period
Name
Title
Location
Link
2
Dean Shareski
Darren Draper
Julie Lindsay
Digital Learning Consultant
Technology Curriculum Specialist
Head of IT/E-Learning
Moose Jaw, SK
Salt Lake City, UT
Qatar Academy, Doha
Blog
Blog
Blog
3
Jeff Whipple
Darren Draper
Sharon Peters
Technology Mentor
Technology Curriculum Specialist
Ed. Consultant LEARN
Fredericton, NB, Canada
Salt Lake City, UT
Montréal, QC, Canada
Blog
Blog
Blog
4
Jeff Whipple
James Folkestad
Technology Mentor
Associate Professor, CSU
Fredericton, NB, Canada
Fort Collins, CO
Blog
Blog
5
Sylvia Martinez
Karen Janowski
Tim Stahmer
Generation YES
Assistive & Ed Tech Consultant
Instructional Tech Specialist
Los Angeles, CA
Reading, MA
Fairfax, VA
Blog
Blog
Blog



Friday, January 25th, 2008 - Chapter 5: Story - * Different times due to an assembly *


Period
Name
Title
Location
Link
2
*8:14-9:02
Renee Howell
Kristin Hokanson
LPS School Board Member
Technology Integration Mentor
Centennial, CO, USA
King of Prussia, PA, USA
N/A
Blog
3
*9:08-9:59
Miguel Guhlin
Ben Wilkoff
Lucie Stanish
Director of Instructional Technology
7th/8th Grade Language Arts Teacher, Blogger
LPS School Board Member
San Antonio, TX, USA
Highlands Ranch, Co, USA
Littleton, CO, USA
Blog
Blog
N/A
4
*10:06-10:53
Dan Maas
Lori Soifer
Lucie Stanish
LPS CIO
School Board Trustee
LPS School Board Member
Littleton, CO, USA
Birmingham, MI, USA
Littleton, CO, USA
Blog
N/A
N/A
5
*11:33 - 12:20
Dan Maas
Christian Long
Jim Gates
LPS CIO
Teacher, Educator, School Planner
Instructional Technology Trainer, Capital Area Intermediate Unit
Littleton, CO, USA
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
Summerdale, PA, USA
Blog
Blog
Blog


Friday, February 1st, 2008 - Chapter 6: Symphony


Period
Name
Title
Location
Link
2
Renee Howell
Tim Stahmer
Eric Grant
LPS School Board Member
Instructional Tech Specialist
KnowledgeWorks Foundation
Centennial, CO, USA
Fairfax, VA, USA
San Francisco, CA, USA
N/A
Blog
Blog
3
Christian Long
Jennifer Wagner
Carolyn Foote
Teacher, Educator, School Planner
Technology Coordinator
Librarian, Westlake High School
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
Murrieta, CA USA
Austin, TX, USA
Blog
Blog
Blog
4
Lee Baber
Bud Hunt
Gary Stager
Educator, ETT Board of Directors
Instructional Technologist, Blogger
Educational Consultant
Harrisonburg, VA USA
Fort Collins, CO, USA
Not sure, USA
Blog
Blog
Blog
5
Christian Long
Judy O'Connell
Gary Stager
Teacher, Educator, School Planner
Head, Information Services -St Joseph's College
Educational Consultant
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
Sydney, Australia
Not sure, USA
Blog
Blog
Blog



Thursday, February 7th - Chapter 7: Empathy

Students and Dan Pink only please. You can observe (virtually or in person) if you wish.



Friday, February 15th - Chapter 8: Play

Period
Name
Title
Location
Link
2
Dan Maas
Cathy Nelson
Chris Lehmann
LPS CIO
Teacher-Librarian
Principal, Science Leadership Academy
Littleton, CO, USA
Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Blog
Blog
Blog
3
Dan Maas
Jeff Whipple
Tim Stahmer
LPS CIO
Technology Mentor
Instructional Tech Specialist
Littleton, CO, USA
Fredericton, NB, Canada
Fairfax, VA
Blog
Blog
Blog
4
Mike Porter
Kelly Dignan
Tim Stahmer
Asst. Director of Instructional Technology - LPS
CEO, PursueU
Instructional Tech Specialist
Littleton, CO, USA
Littleton, CO, USA
Fairfax, VA
N/A
Blog
Blog
5
Mike Porter
Judy O'Connell
Eric Grant
Asst. Director of Instructional Technology - LPS
Head, Information Services - St Joseph's College
KnowledgeWorks Foundation
Littleton, CO, USA
Sydney, Australia
San Francisco, CA, USA
Blog
Blog
Blog



Friday, February 22nd - Chapter 9: Meaning


Period
Name
Title
Location
Link
2
Stephanie Sandifer
Kristin Hokanson
Julie Lindsay
Will Richardson
Literacy Coach
Technology Integration Mentor
Head of IT/E-Learning
Author, Blogger, Consultant
Houston, TX, USA
King of Prussia, PA, USA
Qatar Academy, Doha
Stockton, NJ, USA
blog
blog
Blog
Blog
3
Stephanie Sandifer
Christian Long
Bud Hunt
Will Richardson
Literacy Coach
Teacher, Educator, School Planner
Instructional Technologist, Blogger
Author, Blogger, Consultant
Houston, TX, USA
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
Fort Collins, CO, USA
Stockton, NJ, USA
blog
blog
blog
Blog
4
Vicki Davis
Cathy Nelson
Scott Murphy
Teacher, Educator
Teacher Librarian
LPS Superintendent of Schools (in classroom)
Camilla, GA
Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Littleton, CO, USA
blog
blog
N/A
5
Lucy Gray
Christian Long
Judy O'Connell
Scott Murphy
Andy Kerr
Lead Technology Coach, U of C Center for Urban School Improvement
Teacher, Educator, School Planner
Head, Information Services - St Joseph's College
LPS Superintendent of Schools (in classroom)
Colorado State Representative House District 26
Chicago IL
Ft. Worth, TX, USA
Sydney, Australia
Littleton, CO, USA
Lakewood, CO, USA
blog
blog
blog
N/A
website

AWNM Participants Bio

Lee Baber:
Lee is an educator at J. Frank Hillyard Middle School in the Rockingham School District in Broadway, VA. Lee played a major role in changing the school’s computer literacy program. Lee is also on the EdTechTalk’s Board of Directors.

Vicki Davis:
Vicki describes herself as “a teacher, entrepreneur, edublogger, conference presenter, and freelance writer.” She is an avid reader, technology "geek", and heart-felt Christian. Locally, she’s been Camilla Chamber president, a Rotarian, and a Leadership Georgia graduate. Her class wiki has won many awards and media recognition. She is a Tech Learning blogger, co-founder of Women of Web 2 and co-host the WOW2 show at Ed Tech Talk. She co-authored the Flat Classroom Project and Horizon Project. Vicki lives in Camilla, GA.

Kelly Dignan:
Kelly is CEO and founder of PursueU a company she began for young women committed to discovering who they are and where they want to go in their life and career. Their goal at PursueU is to share stories of women doing amazing things, techniques to better understand ourselves, and ideas that have the power to change us (and the world). Kelly lives in Littleton, CO and is a parent of an LPS student.

Darren Draper:
Darren is a technology Curriculum Specialist for the Jordan School District in Salt Lake City, UT. He is an avid educational technology enthusiast who loves technology, when it works...

James Folkestad:
James is an associate professor from CSU in Fort Collins, CO. He is currently working on developing social networking uses in and out of the classroom in order to “leverage the collective wisdom and collapse the network around (him).”

Carolyn Foote:
Carolyn is a techno librarian at a large public suburban high school, Westlake High School, in Austin, Texas.

Jim Gates:
Former music teacher turned computer teacher in 1983. My blog, Gates' Tipline, won the 2007 Edublogs award for Best Resource Sharing Blog.

Eric Grant:
Eric is a techie, an educator, and a futurist. He holds degrees in Information & Decision Systems and Political Science from Carnegie Mellon, and a Masters in Learning, Design, and Technology from Stanford. Eric's career began in enterprise software, moved to new media, and then drifted into education; he spent the past few years as a researcher and instructional designer at the Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning. His areas of academic interest include learning and working spaces, distributed and co-located collaboration, cross-cultural education, foresight strategy, and just about anything to do with the intersection of humans and technology. Eric lives in the SF Bay Area.

Lucy Gray:
Lucy Gray is the Lead Technology Coach at the Center for Urban School Improvement at the University of Chicago. In her current role, she is responsible for the development of a technology professional development program on three University of Chicago Charter School campuses. Lucy also supports technology integration efforts at the North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School. She is also an Apple Distinguished Educator.

Miguel Guhlin:
Miguel is Director of Instructional Technology for a large urban district in Texas, as well as President of the state-wide Technology Education Coordinators group in one of the largest United States technology educator organizations. He continues to model the use of emerging technologies in schools under his goal “…to use powerful technologies to transform practice and enable learners to communicate and collaborate with each other.”

Kristin Hokanson:
Kristin is a blogger who also happens to be a Classrooms for the Future Coach as well as Teachnology Leader. She is working in King of Prussia, PA where she is committing her time and efforts to creating a constructivist learning experience for her students.

Renee Howell:
Renee is a parent of a Littleton Public Schools student as well as the Vice President of the LPS School Board.

Bud Hunt:
Bud is an instructional technologist for the St. Vrain Valley School District in northern Colorado. Formerly, he taught high school language arts and journalism at Olde Columbine High School in Longmont, Colorado. He is a teacher-consultant with the Colorado State University Writing Project, an affiliate of the National Writing Project, a group working to improve the teaching of writing in schools via regular and meaningful professional development. Bud is also the co-editor of the New Voices column of English Journal, a publication of the National Council of Teachers of English.

Karen Janowski:
Karen is an Assistive & Educational Technology Consultant whose “passion is to remove the obstacles to learning for all students. It is important to make the curriculum accessible to all learners and provide opportunities for struggling learners to demonstrate what they know using principles of universal design.” She lives in Reading, MA.

Andy Kerr:
Andy is the Representative for House District 26 in the Colorado Legislature.

Chris Lehmann:
Chris is the Principal of the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, PA. Previously he served as a Technology Coordinator/English Teacher/Girls' Basketball Coach/Ultimate Coach at the Beacon School, a fantastic progressive public high school in Manhattan.

Julie Lindsay:
Julie is the head of Information Technology at Qatar Academy in Doha.

Christian Long:
Christian is a high school English teacher and coach working at a college-prep, preK-12, independent school in Ft. Worth, TX. In addition to working in schools as a teacher and coach for over ten years (prior to his return in the fall of 07), he spent several years working with architects/planners, educational and technology leaders, policy makers, and communities to design and build schools from pre-K through the university level. This work took place throughout the United States and around the world.

Dan Maas:
Dan is the Chief Information Officer for Littleton Public Schools as well as a parent of a LPS student.

Sylvia Martinez:
Sylvia is president of Generation YES. She has a varied background in both educational and consumer software and games, with expertise along the way in design and development of online environments that encourage learning and communication. Generation YES is a for-profit company seeking to bridge the gap between students being empowered in their learning and the successful implementation of technology assisting in that endeavor.

Scott Murphy:
Scott is Superintendent of Littleton Public Schools.

Cathy Nelson:C
athy is a teacher librarian from Myrtle Beach, SC. She writes her own personal reflections about technology integration in the classroom at technotuesday.edublogs.org. Her blog is designed to offer helpful hints, tips, and tricks to teachers who are integrating technology in an authentic manner.

Judy O’Connell:Judy writes, speaks, and consults on school technology and library issues. She is an educator and information professional. Currently, Judy is the Head of Library and Information Services at St. Joseph’s College in Hunters Hill in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Sharon Peters:
Until June 2007, Sharon Peters was teaching English at an independent middle and high school in Montréal , Lower Canada College. In the summer of 2007, she began her new role as education consultant for LEARN, an arm of the ministry of education in Québec, Canada. There she acts as the English Language Arts resource “go to” girl for the English sector of the province of Québec.

Dan Pink:
Dan is the author of two influential business books, A Whole New Mind and Free Agent Nation. Dan held his last real job in the White House, where he served from 1995 to 1997 as chief speechwriter to Vice President Al Gore. He's also worked as an aide to U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich, an economic policy staffer in the U.S. Senate, a legal researcher in India, and a latrine builder in Botswana. Dan lives in Washington, D.C.

Mike Porter:
Mike is the Assistant Director of Instructional Technology in Littleton Public Schools. He is a former Language Arts teacher and a parent of an LPS student.

Will Richardson:
Will is “Learner in Chief” at Connective Learning and the author of the recently released Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms published by Corwin Press. His blog Weblogg-ed.com is dedicated to discussions and reflections on the use of Weblogs, wikis, RSS, audiocasts and other Read/Write Web related technologies in the K-12 realm, technologies that are transforming classrooms around the world. He is a national advisory board member of the George Lucas Foundation. Will lives in New Jersey.

Stephanie Sandifer:
Stephanie describes herself as “an educator with a background in visual art and design.” She is currently employed at a Houston, Texas area high school in an administrative position focused on school improvement, and her personal interest areas related to that include: school size and structure, leadership (including distributed and teacher-leadership), technology integration, experiential learning, and the elimination (or radical revision) of No Child Left Behind.

Dean Shareski:
Dean is a Digital Learning Consultant with the Prairie South School Division in Moose Jaw, SK, Canada. He specializes in the use of technology in the classroom. He holds a Masters of Education in Communications and Technology through the University of Saskatchewan. He is also a sessional lecturer for the University of Regina. He considers himself a digital learning specialist.

Lori Soifer:
Lori is a School Board Trustee from Birmingham, MI.

Gary Stager:
Gary is an internationally recognized educator and consultant who has spent twenty-five years helping teachers on six continents make sense of their roles in the age of personal computing and schools more constructive places for children.

Tim Stahmer:
Tim is an Instructional Technology Specialist working in the Office of Instructional Technology Integration for an overly-large school district on the Virginia side of Washington DC. He taught middle and high school math as well as computer literacy. For the past 11 years he has helped teachers, administrators and others at all levels make sense of technology in their classrooms and, of course, repaired a few computers and printers along the way. These days he works mostly with the technology trainers in elementary schools.

Lucie Stanish:
Lucie is the Treasurer of the Littleton Public Schools School Board.

Jennifer Wagner:
Jennifer is a Planner and Technology Coordinator from Murrieta, CA. She is the creator of Technospud Projects that encourages teachers to use technology tools in their classrooms. She speaks nationally at many conferences as well as conducts her own seminars.

Jeff Whipple:
Jeff is a technology mentor from Fredericton, NB, Canada. Jeff started teaching only five years ago and has over the course of a few years been, “… forced to readjust, rethink and relearn all that I had previously known.” Jeff moved from the rural school to Nashwaaksis Middle School where he is transforming his school to be the largest 1:1 laptop school in Canada. He comments about the entire venture, “There is a revolution taking place, and our students are the revolutionaries. We can either join them in a velvet transition, or be run over by the trucks.”

Ben Wilkoff:
Ben is a passionate Educational Technologist. He lives to collaborate and create with districts, schools and individuals. He was named the Totally Wired Teacher of 2007 by The George Lucas Educational Foundation (Edutopia) and Yahoo for Teachers. He lives with his wife and child (soon to be two) in Denver, Colorado. Ben teaches at Cresthill Middle School in Highlands Ranch, CO.