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This week at the ITSC conferencein Portland OR, I was really shocked at the amount of demand foranything to do with teachers learning how to use video…Continue
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Thank you for getting back to me and answering my plea. I recently had family visiting from out of town and therefore didn't get back to you until now. I would really appreciate your perspective. As I may have mentioned, I'm in Sweden which has a nine hour time diff from you, but I could always call you if that's okay with you. I am actually born in Portland and have only fairly recently moved over here. I always enjoy visiting Coos Bay. Let me know if and when would be a good time to contact you and your preferred media.
I think there's a big demand for professionals to work with teachers on video production in schools. I know when I started my program 10 years ago, there weren't many resources and very few opportunities for training.
I am well connected in the edtech conferences in the Northwest. Next week is the NCCE conference in Seattle. Joe Dockery, an Adobe Education Leader hosts many of the video workshops. http://www.ncce.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=171&Itemid=121
The National technology conference ISTE2010 will be held in Denver in late June. There are sessions there hosted by presenters from all over.
EdTech PDCadre is a local group that works with school districts from all over Oregon. They would be a great contact since they are connected with the Oregon Department of Education. http://pdc.oetc.org/
Another great resource is Rushton Hurley who started Next Vista for Learning in California. He presents at workshops all over. http://www.nextvista.org/
I would be very interested in discussing with you your ideas for working with schools.