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Keynote for the Reform Symposium e-Conference, October 13, 2013

Keynote for the Reform Symposium e-Conference, October 13, 2013

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  • The Iceberg and the Whale: WOW Moments in Teacher Growth Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto Program Director, iTDi @barbsaka
  • What are your WOW moments?
  • Realizing that I’m not alone Flickr: loufi
  • Meeting online friends
  • Discovering the power of connection Flickr: MTSOfan
  • Trying new things Flickr: Robbie G1
  • Teaching in new ways
  • Wanting to share with others
  • Why an iceberg?
  • Why aren’t more teachers in online teacher communities?
  • Awareness Confidence Access Language Lack of awareness Fear Lack of access Language limitations
  • Why aren’t teachers aware? What are teachers afraid of? Why don’t teachers have access? Why is language ability important? Flickr: doctorius
  • What can we do to help? Flickr: Paul J Everett
  • I am iTDi.http://itdi.pro
  • Safe, private, nurturing community Accessible for low bandwidth Affordable Simple English The idea
  • Teachers work online with Mentors and other teachers from around the world
  • Sharing is the magic ingredient
  • Every teacher deserves WOW moments
  • Every teacher deserves an equal chance to improve
  • Why a whale? Image: Wwelles14
  • Navigation Balance Communication Nurturing Community Awareness Flickr: Stan Hieronymus
  • Pay it forward Invite Mentor Encourage Connect