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VWBPE Teen Fair 2011

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Explanation of the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference in the immersive environment called Second Life. The Teen Fair showcases the work and learning experiences of middle school and …

Explanation of the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference in the immersive environment called Second Life. The Teen Fair showcases the work and learning experiences of middle school and high school students.

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  • 1. VWBPE Conference
    Virtual Worlds
    Best Practices in Education
    March 17-19, 2011
  • 2. VWBPE Website
    http://www.vwbpe.org/
  • 3. Theme
    Content Theme:
    You Are Here
    Design Theme:
    Steampunk
  • 4. March 17
    7:00-10:00 a.m.
    Youth and Technology Discussion
    Discussion Panel—by teens, for teens
    Content Creation Challenge
    Builds, tools, machinima, art
    Combining Technologies
    Blending Web and 3D
    Virtual Fair
    Demonstrations—science fair style poster sessions
    Teen Fair
  • 5. 7:00-7:45: Introduction to Skoolaborate, FLN, and ETC
    7:45-8:30: Adults ask questions of student panel
    8:30-9:15: Student roundtable on their view of technology in education
    9:15-10:00: Presentations
    Schedule
  • 6. Volunteer to be part of the panel discussion
    Create a presentation binder to show
    Bring something you created to display
    Create a machinima (machine cinema—a movie)
    Create art
    Visit, watch, listen
    What can you do?
  • 7. In LiveBinders is a template for a student portfolio for the conference.
    Go to www.livebinders.com
    If you don’t have an account, create one; you must have an account and be logged in to create a binder.
    Search for “VWBPE Presentation Binder Template”
    Click “options” below the binder icon, then choose to “make a copy.”
    Sample Portfolio
  • 8. Read the binder instructions on each tab and sub tab
    Make changes in type by clicking and changing the type already there.
    Make changes in the type of page (text only, text and media, etc.) by clicking the Edit button in the upper right-hand corner.
    Send your new binder URL to Mrs. Conwell: mrsc@rinda.org
    Sample Portfolio (continued)
  • 9. To see a demonstration on how to edit a LiveBinder, go to:
    The LiveBinders sitehttp://livebinders.com/edit?id=60509 and it is the last tab (be sure to erase this tab when you are finished with your own binder)
    Screencast-O-Matic: http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXnVbolJ8
    YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS041i0pDRY
    Demonstration Video
  • 10. Add to your student resume—you presented or participated in an online conference about technology and immersive environments
    Experience in public speaking, even virtually, is of value in any course
    Project credit for ETC
    Networking with other teens
    Express your views to adults who can affect how educational experiences evolve for students
    What’s in it for me?
  • 11. The following slides give information about the conference called Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education.
    This is the first year we are bringing in teens.
    Teachers from middle schools, high schools, colleges, and universities, and some business corporate trainers attend this conference yearly.
    It all takes place in Second Life, 54 hours straight.
    There are awards and social activities.
    Teens will be able to teleport to the Teen Fair sim.
    What is VWBPE?
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  • 21. mrsc@rinda.org
    rmconwell@ncesd.k12.or.us
    Skype: RindaMC
    FaceBook: RindaMC
    Twitter: RindaMC
    http://www.vwbpe.org
    Questions?

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