Math 2.0 Webinar tonight: CEET and other teacher projects

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Math 2.0 Webinar tonight: CEET and other teacher projects

Maria Droujkova
In the Help a Teacher and Events tracks, this week's webinar host Sue Hellman will talk about a Canadian Math 2.0 online conference happening this week. Please note the webinar room is different from the one we usually use. Wednesday, February 10th we will meet in the LearnCentral public Elluminate room at 6:30pm Pacific / 9:30pm Eastern time: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=M.438D554F4A450D77B901E14104C303

Sue Hellman will talk about her successes in teaching with technology (zero to hero in two years), and community building for teachers in British Columbia, Canada and globally. She will also give us a sneak preview of the CEET Math 2.0 Moodle event she is organizing in February. Here is the event description from its page:

Are you wondering what blogs, wikis, and Web 2.0 have to do with teaching math? We are hosting a free and open Math Moodle week from Feb. 12 to 19th on Math 2.0: Tools & Resources for 21st Century Learners. The event is an opportunity for educators interested in teaching math to collaborate in the sharing of strategies, resources, ideas, questions and feedback about trying new technology tools in math class.

Register at http://tinyurl.com/ylmvd7n.

You can also take a look at the Doing the Math wiki (http://doing-the-math. wikispaces.com/) and add your information to the Meet & Greet page. This wiki is a work in progress, but will eventually become a cache for all resources shared during the event.

Check out Community of Expertise in Educational Technology (CEET) Math 2.0 group organized by Sue: http://elgg.openschool.bc.ca/pg/groups/1623/math-20/


Cheers,
Maria Droujkova
http://www.naturalmath.com

Make math your own, to make your own math.



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