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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 November 2011 15:53
Aaron Pauley presented, "Students on Smartphones" at Conference 2011. http://bloggucation.com is a link to his professional where he posts all materials. There is a tab at the top titled "OFSHEEA" where posts and resources are located - screencasts and tutorials related to topics and apps covered. A new one is posted every few days or so - so there will always be something new if you check back regularly.
http://thehood.faulkner-online.com/apuley/category/conferences/ofsheea/ is a direct link to the presentation from conference. There is much more on the site - i.e. Linoit (online stickie boards), podcasting, online assessment, etc.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 11:59
Date: Saturday, November 5, 2011
Location: Maple High School, Maple, ON
Join us as we present exciting new workshops on Generation-Y learners, youth culture, technology and social media in the classroom. More details can be found under the Professional Growth - Conference Programmes link at the top of the homepage.
Marcel Danesi, Professor of Semiotics and Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Toronto, is an expert in the field of youth culture and subcultures. He is the author of several books on youth culture, including "Cool: The Signs and Meanings of Adolescence" and "Geeks, Goths, and Gangstas: Perspectives on Youth Culture." From the advent of rock and roll, through the hippie movement, punk, goth, hip-hop, and everything in between, youth culture has transformed the world. Racial relations, gender roles, sexuality, and the aging process have all been affected by youth culture. Marcel Danesi offers a fresh outlook on the history and impact of today's young people.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 September 2011 18:33