~SB Students Help Present Endnote Speech at Statewide Technology Conference
19 students from area middle and high schools interviewed, tweeted, blogged and edited five videos in five hours as they helped create an endnote speech for more than 300 technology teachers and school educators attending the 2011 Dynamic Landscapes 2.0 Conference on May 19. The speech, presented by Jay Hoffman, technology teacher at Fredrick H. Tuttle Middle School (FHTMS), explored the use of social media for learning in the classroom. Hoffman partnered with Regional Educational Technology Network (RETN) and local students to create a real-time, media lab demonstration of social media and collaboration skills. To view the videos created for Hoffman’s endnote speech click here http://fhtmsmediainaction.blogspot.com/.