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ACTION RESEARCH EXHIBITIONS CONFERENCE --Cadre 11
JUNE 18th 8:30am- 6:30pm (PT)
JUNE 19th 8:30am -12:00pm (PT)
We hope you will enjoy your experience. This is your home page...you are welcome to add what you want and link pages from here. This is our place so feel free to change the page. And please do join first so that we can see who is changing things. This is a public space.
Course Linked Work
Distributed Cognition, Distributed Learning and Distributed Writing
A. Learning more about
B. Visit our emerging web 2.0 collaborative
Collaborative Tool Design Library
C. Read our
Educational Technology: Promise and Problems
Distributed Cognition and Distributed Learning
and Distributed Cognition (possible title)
D. Group Data Analysis Exercise
What Constitutes Excellent Leadership in Educational Technology?
Ideal Job Activity
You will be
a partner for their ideal position and
writing the job prospectus
for your partner to use to interview you.
Cadre 11 Athenian
Interview Pairs and Schedule of Times
Cadre 11 Pepperdine Action Research Projects
This is where you will find the complete list of
action research projects
Cadre 11 Planning
June F2F 2009
- Social Planning, Flights, Ride Shares, and misc. planning.
FETC Web2.0 Session
Cadre11 's wikispace
(pages for different classes)
Learning Circle schedule or other planning
Cadre 11 Leaderships Roles:
Tool for creating the product or
for courses (amazon buy box).
Links to Cadre 11 Pepperdine Web Cadre space:
In case you need help, You can skype Todd at (todd.coston). You might want to add his name to your Skype list so you have it handy when you freak out. He is organizing cadre 10 mentors if you need help.
WIKI NOTE: If you are using a mac, you will see two very different editing pages. In safari you will see the markup language (source) for the wiki. It is pretty simply and it gives you a bit more control. In Firefox, you will see the "what you see is what you get" or "WYSIWYG" format and you can chose to see the source code. Bottom line is that when I just want to add content, I go to Firefox and if things need fixing I use safari. --MR
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