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Re: [K12OSN] Learning about Linux/Open Source in the classroom!



information about the DC session???????

Bob



On Fri, 30 Mar 2007, David Trask wrote:

> Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 09:32:03 -0500
> From: David Trask <dtrask vcsvikings org>
> Reply-To: Support list for open source software in schools.
>     <k12osn redhat com>
> To: K12OSN redhat com
> Subject: [K12OSN] Learning about Linux/Open Source in the classroom!
>
> Hi everyone!  (Help us spread the word about FOSSED...we'll have 3
> conferences this summer....one in Maine....one in New Hampshire...and one
> in Washington D.C.....blog....talk....whatever)  :-)
>
> Deborah White is a wonderful teacher at the Asa Adams school in Orono,
> Maine.  She is a first and second grade teacher.  Linux has brought
> excitement back into her classroom and she's sharing that with all of us!
> After looking for a non-technical site on the internet for teachers with
> Linux in their classrooms...and not finding much...she decided to create
> one of her own!  You can see it here!
>
> http://learningwithlinux.blogspot.com/
>
> Deb will be one of our many talented presenters at the 2007 NELS/FOSSED
> conference!  Here's her course description!  I will  be posting more as we
> get them.  Please encourage your teachers to join us at FOSSED for 3 days
> of hands-on learning, good food, and recertification credits!  :-)
>
> Sign up at  http://www.fossed.com
>
> We'll have lots of techie sessions too!  Edubuntu, Virtualization, Open
> Source apps, politics of deployment, LAMP, Moodle, Python, "Beyond the
> GUI"....etc.  These will all be hot topics.
>
> More info will be available here:    http://www.fossed.com
>
> Register early!
>
> Here's the session description for Deb White at FOSSED:
>
> "Ok,  I've got Linux/Open Source in my classroom...now what?".
>
> This session is for non-technical classroom teachers. Other sessions might
> teach you about the applications that are available with a Linux Operating
> System.  This one will help you learn to think about how to use the
> application to enhance your teaching.  Get lesson plans and ideas that you
> can use in your classroom or in the computer lab to integrate technology
> with your everyday curriculum.  (If you are a technical person who has to
> work with classroom teachers, this session might give you an insight into
> teacher-think.
>
>
> Sign up at  http://www.fossed.com
>
> David N. Trask
> Technology Teacher/Director
> Vassalboro Community School
> dtrask vcsvikings org
> (207)923-3100
>
>
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