NECC 2007 – With My Peeps and in My Zone!

As I did last year, I have posted my NECC planner calendar onto my server so that others can see my proposed schedule for NECC. You will notice that it is indeed an ambitious schedule with much overlap. My focus this year is on virtual schools and environments and sessions about IT integration for English Language Arts. These represent areas where my new job with LEARN will take me.

If you are at NECC and at are any of the same sessions, please do stop and say hello! I would love to connect with you!

Yesterday I said my final goodbyes to my many fabulous and exceptional colleagues at Lower Canada College where I have been teaching in the middle and senior school for three years. I want to again especially thank my IT Director, Gary Millward, and my headmaster, Chris Shannon, for their support and encouragement along the way. Chris and I chatted briefly and he was the one who said, “Sharon, you are in now in your zone. You and Vince are blazing trails while we administrators have the hard task of trying to move the QE2″. It was an interesting metaphor!

NECC 2007 will be awesome!! If you are at NECC, you are most welcome to join Women of Web 2.0 for the NECC webcast Supershow on the conference site – tentatively, the Blogger’s CafĂ© – at 9 PM on Tuesday night. Just show up to the centre with your NECC badge and mention that you are going to the show and you will be permitted into the building. We look forward to seeing you there!

If you can’t be there, please join us in the chatroom at EdTechTalk where you can catch the stream live from Atlanta and participate in the conversation!

I am hoping to do a LOT of podcast interviews and blogging – so keep your rss feeds rolling in!

2 thoughts on “NECC 2007 – With My Peeps and in My Zone!

  1. I’ve just landed in Atlanta and have checked into my hotel. Whew! Much warmer here than at home! I’m so looking forward to the edubloggercon tomorrow. If I see you I’ll say hi for sure!

    Diane

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