Whatcha presenting?

Like many people in the province, I was waiting pins and needles to find out if the session that I proposed for the Bring IT, Together conference in November would be accepted.

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I happened to see Lisa Cranston announcing that she was accepted as she let the world (or at least her connected part of it) know.

Then, I got my own email.  I was accepted.

I got a Slack message from Peter McAsh.  His session was accepted.

I wonder who else.

Please check in here via comment.

Did you get accepted?

What’s your presentation about?

Even if you’re not presenting, now is the time to get that application in for permission to attend the conference.  There just might be opportunities available in the budget as this school year ends.

Take a principal, a superintendent or a colleague with you.  The bigger the group; the more effective the learning.

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5 thoughts on “Whatcha presenting?

  1. Congratulations on being accepted, Doug! It looks like there are some great sessions for this year. I didn’t apply, but I’m still hoping that I might make it down there, even if only for a day. It’s such a great conference!


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  2. Congratulations Doug! I’m also presenting – Shaken, Not Stirred: Becoming a Blended Learning Connoisseur. Hopefully I’ll be able to catch your session!

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  3. Congrats Doug. It’s always exciting to get that ‘yes’ email.

    I’m not doing a presentation but I am facilitating a Learning Space on the topic of “Creating Community in an Online Classroom.” Tell me more about Learning Spaces. I”m envisioning something like the Round Table Discussions at Learning Forward – more facilitated conversation than formal presentation. Right?
    And yes I was telling the whole world – I’m pretty darn excited!

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