Vitual Learning Communities for staff professional development and student engagement. Digital Fair presentation.

This is the presentation I gave yesterday at the Australian College of Educator’s Digital Fair that was held at Geelong Grammar.

It was well received and, as is usual for me, I didn’t manage to get through all of the presentation as I have a tendancy to elaborate. It’s very difficult to relay the concept of learning communities and all that goes with the formation of them in an hour. I fielded questions along the way but didn’t get discussion time factored in. If anyone would like further elaboration on anything in the presentation leave a comment and I’ll do my best to address what it is you need to know.

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6 thoughts on “Vitual Learning Communities for staff professional development and student engagement. Digital Fair presentation.

  1. Hi Jenny
    I was in the audience and really appreciated your presentation. I left with a number of ideas of things that I will try to implement myself.

    • Thanks for leaving a comment Nat. I remember you from the dinner the night before. Good luck with the implementation of new ideas; if you need some support contact me. : )

  2. Hi Jenny

    It was great to view your presentation, with all the running around organising the Digital Fair I didn’t get around to attending your session. I would love you to send a brief 50 words about your presentation to me for College Conversations the Australian College of Educators e-newsletter. All the best for Term 2, keep up the great work.

    • I’ll do that for you Geraldine. Thanks for taking the time to check it out here and leave a comment. Thanks also for all of your wonderful organisation at the conference; I appreciated all you did to make it successful.

  3. Hello jenny
    I introduced your presentation, briefly! I have been actively engaged in reading various blogs since then. Yours, and John Connell’s. you gave a great presentation and I was so glad to have had the chance to hear you. Thanks and I will kepp reading.

    • Yes Julie, you didn’t get much chance to introduce me did you! I did my usual job of just launching headfirst into things. Thanks for reading and leaving a comment.

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