Change most often happens through rich dialogue that provokes us to re-examine our current practices, explore new ideas, and mostly importantly inspires us to try something new. Join TIE 2012 Conversations!

TIE 2012 Conversations are about learning with technology and gives participants opportunities to connect with educators and technology specialists, as well as school and district leaders. We’ll use 21st Century skills as we communicate, collaborate, and think critically to create new solutions to transform our classrooms. Mark your calendars! Space is limited, so register today.

Host Kim McMonagle is Director of Educational Technology Douglas County School District.

Coming This Spring! TIE 2012 Conversations (all held from 7:00pm – 8:00pm MDT) 

Thursday, March 1, 2012
Register for the conversation about Creating a “Bring Your Own Device” at the classroom, school or district level.
Join Kim McMonagle and Kelly Sain, Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) Education Technology Manager in a rich conversation about:
Creating a “Bring Your Own Device” at the classroom, school or district level.
What are your stakeholders Biggest Dreams, Greatest Fears around students bringing their own technology for learning?
Click this link for our Adobe Connect Pro online session. Choose Guest and typer your name to be an active participant.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Digital & Information Literacy — Resource Explosion

Wednesday, May 3, 2012  

PechaKucha — Share Learning with Technology

ARCHIVED TIE 2012 Conversations

Writing Ideas with Apps & Web 2.0 for the iPad with Co-hosts Michelle Bourgeois & Kim McMonagle, February 2012

Additional Resources for Writing Ideas with Apps & Web 2.0  on an iPad:

  1. Explore TEC - play a simple game of TEC B-I-N-G-O.
  2. Presentation used in this conversation. You can use it, make a copy and edit to adapt it to your needs.
  3. Bonus: see & click on links, watch embedded videos in a CASE presentation, “Using iPads for Learning & Professional Tool” - shared with school & District leaders Feb 2012.

Lose the Lecture: Go Digital! conversation co-hosts Michael Wacker & Kim McMonagle,  January 2012