So It Returns; Hope You’ll Be There

Saturday marks the second time that we’ve been fortunate enough to bring together colleagues from around the state for the little event that we’re calling “Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation.”  I’ve grown quite fond of the idea of the event, and of the event itself. What’s not to love about a chance to connect with folks and to foster conversation?

We’re out of room for this year’s conversation at the physical event, but there’s plenty of room online, if you’d care to join us from your computer screen on Saturday.  I hope you do, and I hope that you find the conversation good and thought-provoking.  Then i hope you do something to foster conversation back at your place, in your community.  After all, that’s what Learning 2.0: A Colorado Conversation‘s all about.

See you there?

5 thoughts on “So It Returns; Hope You’ll Be There

  1. Franki says:

    So sorry to be missing this. We have our big literacy conference here in Ohio this weekend so I’ll be there. Looking forward to hearing about the great conversations that go on at Learning 2.0.

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  2. Howard says:

    Sounds like a great thing. Interested on hearing your thoughts after it’s all over!

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  3. James Rigney says:

    Will someone be taping/recording/saving the various Elluminate seminars? The Classroom practice tracks sound fascinating.

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  4. Sorry to miss your Conversations event. Sounds like a great learning and growth opportunity. We’ll be having our own local conversation/conference in Los Angeles at . The 21st on a Saturday was just a great date to pick! If you’ll be recording some of the sessions, I look forward to the archives. Have a great conference!

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  5. Denee Tyler says:

    Why did I wait until this evening to check out your blog! I would have loved to listen in on this. I guess I’ll have to catch it next year.

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