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February 10, 2010

Collaborators' meeting confirmed for Wednesday, February 11, 2009, 8:00 P.M., EST. (See Homework below.)

  • Well, folks, we're in business. Hope you can join us for the first Learning Beyond Boundaries Collaborators' Meeting.
  • Try to arrive 15-20 minutes prior to the meeting to set up your earphones and mic.
  • A Big Thank You! to Steve Hargadon for making the Elluminate space available for our meeting.
  • If you can not attend, I plan to upload the recording of the session to the this wiki.
Dennis Richards

You are invited to attend the following Elluminate Live! session:

  • Name: Learning Beyond Boundaries - Dennis Richards
  • Type: None
  • Starts: Feb 11, 2009 08:00 PM Eastern (EST, North America/US)
  • Ends: Feb 11, 2009 09:30 PM Eastern (EST, North America/US)

To join the session, use the following Guest Link:

To add this Elluminate Live! session to your calendar, please click the following link:
To view the hardware and software pre-requisites for Elluminate Live! please visit

Homework for the Meeting

You can look at the agenda here.
You can look at the list of Technology sessions for ASCD Orlando 2009 here.
You can find the ASCD 2010 Call for Proposals links here.

February 9, 2009

We are working on scheduling our first Elluminate meeting for collaborators this week. Hopefully, Wednesday, February 11, 2009, 8:00 P.M., EST. I will confirm the date, time and location as soon as it is set. Meanwhile, you can look at the agenda here.

January 20, 2009

Perhaps it is fitting that on Inauguration Day I am writing to tell you that ASCD has been in touch with me. Now is the time to begin planning our collaborative efforts to help the membership of ASCD better understand how technology can enhance teaching, learning and leadeship.

I am preparing an agenda for all Learning Beyond Boundaries collaborators to consider. I hope to secure a two times on Elluminate (if you can help, let me know) so we can come together to discuss several specific questions and others about process and protocol. The overiding question: what design for collaboration will effectively and efficiently tap the collective intelligence of an existing network of interested educators (100 plus collaborators on Learning Beyond Boundaries) to advancce the the agenda for significant improvement in teaching, learning and instructional leadership?

More to come soon.


Dennis Richards