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Things I want to model
as your teacher      by Wesley Fryer
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Accessibility boundaries
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Mobile access to content
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Minds on, engaged F2F learning
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Hyperlinked writing
as default
behavior
 Sharing




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   Presentation Zen
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Fun!
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Courage
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Humility
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       Professional Digital Footprint
Expectations
   Clear




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IP Understanding & Respect
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                                            Collaborative Learning
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                                            Daily Scribe Posts
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Deft swimming in a river of
         content
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Reflective Practice
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        Passion for Public Education
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This is a presentation I shared for students in "Technology 4 Teachers" at the University of Central Oklahoma on 13 January 2010. T4T curriculum is linked on wiki.powerfulingredients.com.

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