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TIE Preconference Reflection

CASL Virtual Meeting
November 21, 2009 12:00 : Live Meeting @CAL!
Can’t attend? Leave us your comments below in response to this topic and the following questions:

  • What big ideas did you gain and implement from 2009 TIE Preconference?
  • What ideas do you have for future TIE-CASL collaborations?
  • What should CASL do for 2010? (No TIE – ISTE in Denver)
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One Response

  1. The TIE/CASL Pre-Conference group met during the CASL business meeting at the CAL conference Friday, November 7th.

    The consensus of this group was to continue joining TIE and hosting the CASL pre-conference. Everyone thought the pre-conference was very successful and it also increased the TIE conference attendance.

    Information literacy (critical thinking) and educational technology are good partners and when these two entities work together; curriculum and lessons are strengthened. Working together also helps students and teachers see how critical thinking and using technology transparently enriches the lessons and helps students broaden their thinking. How to evaluate information using technology is where we are as a society today and integrating this concept into the classrooms will help move students to become 21st Century learners.

    TIE/CASL Pre-Conference group facilitator – Nance Nassar

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