Links and contacts from #rscon11

Another great take-away from the Reform Symposium was a stack of links to programs, websites and blogs. Contact details and Twitter IDs were given by presenters and exchanged among the participants. These are all helpful for building up valuable Personal Learning Networks and locating mentors.

Here are just a few of the useful links (I have not finished reading my notes and chat texts yet)

The Reform Symposium program

Keynote resources from Dr Alec Couros Opening keynote presentation

Wallwisher: best ed tools for 2010

New Teacher Chat wiki

Dr. Milton Chen
#RSCON11 – Creating Safe Learning Environments Google docs



Educators PLN Mentoring group

ELF Classroom Ning


The New Teacher Center

David Craig’s Diigo links tagged for behavior

As I said there are more links to add but Psycho Motor Dabrowski is bouncing up and down and barking near the door. I guess he wants to return to Sprite’s Site and chase Caramel Cat.

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