Recordings

Session and Keynote Recordings

As conference sessions conclude, the links below will begin to take you to the recordings. No results for a link could indicate the session has not been held yet, the recording has not processed yet, or the session was cancelled. The first recordings to appear will be the full Blackboard Collaborate recordings -- in a few days the .mp3 and .mp4 recordings will then appear.

Listings are alphabetical by the last name of the primary presenter. Use Ctrl+F/Cmd+F to search.

Budi Azhari Lubis RECORDING writing can be fun: using webtools
Jena Ball RECORDING Critters, Kids and Kindness: A story-driven, multi-media, multi-modal approach to project based learning
Rose Bard RECORDING Developing Speaking Through Writing
Valeria Benevolo França RECORDING Sensing our teaching space: changing our practice
Daniel Brown RECORDING Tiny Hearts - Building Imagined Communities through a Classroom Role-playing Game
Zena Brown RECORDING Games People Play: Increasing Parental Involvement Through Gamification
Valerie R. Burton RECORDING Text + Tech = Engagement
Amy Burvall RECORDING RemixED: The Power of Remix, Mashiup, and Recontextualization in the Classroom
Ricardo Cezar RECORDING Demand-High Teaching – An Invitation
Marialice B.F.X. Curran RECORDING Blogging Lessons Learned: Around the World With Curran
Evridiki Dakos RECORDING L1 in L2 Classrooms?
Rafranz Davis RECORDING Building A Community of Engaged Learners
David Dodgson RECORDING Breaking the Learning Blocks - Minecraft and Language Learning
Jacques du Plessis RECORDING So, what are the objectives of education?
Anne Fox RECORDING Have Erasmus, will travel
Jackie Gerstein RECORDING The Mindset of the Maker Educator
Akevy Greenblatt RECORDING Differentiation the Key to Meeting the Needs of Our Students
Sylvia Guinan RECORDING Brain-friendly Ways To Help Students Memorise Language Creatively
Dan Haesler RECORDING More than Hearing the Student Voice
Valerie Paige Hale RECORDING Working Together: Apps and Tools for Collaboratively Building Students’ Writing Skills
Kevin Honeycutt RECORDING Closing Plenary + Closing Ceremony
Justine Hughes RECORDING I Don't Give Homework Anymore
Leo JC RECORDING Guiding students online
Carla Jefferson RECORDING What's the 411? Keeping Your Parents In The Know!
Keynote Panel RECORDING Teacher Humility & Promotion: What's the Line?
Keynote Panel RECORDING Revolutionize Your Classroom by Producing Mindblowing Media
Keynote Panel RECORDING Leading & Inspiring Teachers
Tosca Killoran RECORDING Character Education in a Digital Age
Aysegul Liman Kaban RECORDING Creating Digital Projects in Language Classes
Vicky Loras RECORDING The Human Touch
Mihaela Loredana Rusu RECORDING Young Entrepreneurs in Tourism
Dorian Love RECORDING Gamifying Your Classroom
Chaouki M'kaddem RECORDING Promoting English Through Chess
Hayfa Majdoub RECORDING ICT in the EFL Classroom: Why and How
Zak Malamed RECORDING Student Voice
Mark Martin RECORDING Teach, Education & Passion
Priscila Mateini RECORDING Using puppets to engage young learners - the value of reading
Ana Maria Menezes RECORDING Text Genres: exploring digital possibilities
Cristina Monteiro Silva RECORDING Small Projects-Big motivation!
Louise Morgan RECORDING The Global Classroom Project
Louise Morgan RECORDING Reduce the Paper! Student-Created Digital Portfolios
Todd Nesloney RECORDING Inspiring Kids
Heike Philp RECORDING Language Learning with Machinima: Video Production in 3D Immersive Environments
George Raptopoulos RECORDING Spread Literature into the world
Rosmery Ribera Ferrier RECORDING Blended Learning Debate in the English Classroom
RSCON RECORDING Welcome Ceremony
RSCON RECORDING RSCON Reflection Party with Guest Poet Chaouki M'kaddem
RSCON RECORDING Tech & App Swapalooza
RSCON RECORDING Welcome - Sunday
RSCON RECORDING Your Best Lesson
Malu Sciamarelli RECORDING Creative Writing and Language Learning
Jeffrey See RECORDING Powerful Communities: Using Mobile Apps to Create A Community Of Learners And Drive Education Reform
Roseli Serra RECORDING Motivating Teenagers in the classroom
Dean Shareski RECORDING Opening Plenary
Filip Smolčec RECORDING Minecraft for Edu: Filip Smolcec's (11 yr-old Youtuber) Insight
Marijana Smolčec RECORDING Developing an Online Project, pros and cons
Marijana Smolčec RECORDING Comenius Multilateral schoolpartnership project: Enterprising, healthy and creative
Nick Sousanis RECORDING Unflattening: Thinking through Comics
André J. Spang RECORDING Be a Maker, not a Taker: Hacking (Music) Education
Avi Spector RECORDING Gamification: It's not all fun and games!
Theresa Stager RECORDING Branding Your School/Program with Social Media
Vance Stevens RECORDING The Antwerp CALL 2014 conference on Research Challenges in CALL: Impressions and Threads
M. Monte Tatom RECORDING Collaboration with TwitCast
M. Monte Tatom RECORDING Integrating the iPad into my Teaching Style
Sarah Thomas RECORDING How We are Flipping the Script
Jennifer Verschoor & Ozge Karaoglu RECORDING My First Digital Journey: Children and Technology
Paige Woodard RECORDING Reinventing Student Development in the Classroom
Craig Yen RECORDING Connecting Beyond the Classroom
Joan Young RECORDING Harnessing the Power of Emotions to Engage Students and Build Efficacy
Özlem Zengin Ünal RECORDING Improving Speaking Skill through Web 2.0 tools

MiniCon May Recordings

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9:30am EDT - Opening Ceremony + Chaouki M'kaddem

During our opening ceremony, we will enjoy the poetry of Tunisian poet and educator, Chaouki M'kaddem.


10am EDT - Keynote Steve Wheeler

Steve Wheeler is Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at Plymouth University. Originally trained as a psychologist, he has spent his entire career working in media, technology and learning, predominantly in nurse education (NHS 1981-1995) and teacher education (1976-1981 and 1995-present). Steve teaches on a number of undergraduate and post-graduate teacher education programmes in the UK and overseas. He researches into e-learning and distance education, with particular emphasis on the pedagogy underlying the use of social media and Web 2.0 technologies, and he also has research interests in mobile learning and cyber-cultures. Steve has given keynotes and invited lectures to audiences in more than 30 countries across 5 continents. 


11am EDT - 7 Inspire Presentations


12pm EDT - Technology Smackdown

MiniCon April Recordings

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9:30am EDT - Opening Ceremony + Musical Guest Jason Levine

Teacher-Trainer-Knowledge Entertainer. Creator of music for learners worldwide.

During our opening ceremony (9:30amET), we will enjoy the lyrical sensation, @FluencyMC, Jase Levine. Jason R. Levine (Jase, for short) has fifteen years of experience in ELT as a teacher, teacher trainer, and materials writer. He the creator of ColloLearn, an approach to English language learning based on the songs he writes and performs as Fluency MC.


10am EDT - Keynote Steven Anderson on Learning, Connecting and Leading

We live, work and teach in exciting times. Kids and adults have a world right at their fingertips. It takes a special educator to lead kids and the rest of us to this bright future. Join Steven W. Anderson as we will look at our past and how we can use it to shape our future and how we can all be leaders, no matter our role.


11am EDT - 8 Inspire Presenters  


12pm EDT - Technology Smackdown


1pm EDT - Closing Ceremony


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