Next WOW2 show – now that’s WOW!!

Thanks to a post by Chrissy (Teaching Sagittarian) I have been prompted to mention the next WOW2.0 broadcasting through Worldbridges and EdTechTalk, which takes placeTuesday nights at 9 p.m. EST. (Which is Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. Sydney time).

WOW2 is for all who are using the tools of the internet whether it be in a classroom setting, leading seminars, authoring books, maintaining blogs or wikis, or just enjoying the tools of the internet in an educational and exciting way.

This week’s show features four Australian educators:
Graham Wegner
– Teaching Generation Z – Judy O’Connell (me!)- Jo McLeay – The Open Classroom – and Jason Hando – Clever Learning. Vicki Davis, fantastic ‘coolcatteacher’, writes a little more about it, while Jo McLeay does some preliminary thinking getting ready for the exciting event! We also get pulled in on the NECC2007 blogs feed – now that is something!

We will be talking about Education 2.0 in Australia – things that are happening, tools that are being used, integration and more – and especially what needs to change to make things keep moving right along!

Women of Web 2.0 (WOW2) is brought to you by Cheryl Oakes, Jennifer Wagner, Sharon Peters, & Vicki Davis, four women who not only love using the tools of the Internet but also love sharing the tools with others.

Their mission is to provide a professional voice in educational Web 2.0 discussions. Conversations coming from the WOW2 network will move across gender, race, and country lines and display the beautiful diversity of the internet kaleidoscope. WOW2 are advocates for professional ethics, emerging technologies, collaborative projects, quality best practices research, and teaching students critical thinking skills.

Join WOW2 some time soon :-)

3 thoughts on “Next WOW2 show – now that’s WOW!!

  1. Judy,

    Thanks for this post I would have had to settle for the podcast otherwise (God bless Google reader too!!)

    I was at the CEC show last week but didn’t go to your sessions! One of my colleagues really enjoyed your presentation (on my recommendation) and was glad he went.

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