Join us on Saturday, September 13th, when our special guests will be Karma Yantzie and her 8th gr. students, Tina Schneider (Livebinders co-developer), and Mike Fisher. Karma Yantzie experimented with Career Development students in 7th grade (now 8th graders) with amazing results. Karma will discuss how the project came about, how students were organized into teams and explored careers, writing and new technologies to generate a portfolio of artifacts of their learning. Tina will provide a quick overview of Livebinders and Mike will explain the 2014 Livebinder Digital Portfolio competition in which Karma and her amazing students were chosen as a Top 10 Nominee! See the finished portfolios that the students created and hear from the students about their experience. http://tinyurl.com/careerprojbinders
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On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site (http://live.classroom20.com) you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent ”Encouragement in the Clasroom” session with our special guest Joan Young. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.
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