Educators 2.0

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We are a community of teacher leaders dedicated to providing a more equitable education for all. Everyone has something to teach and everyone should have the right to an open learning experience based on one’s needs, interests, and learning preferences. We provide the support necessary to build one’s personal learning network in a way that develops the understandings, skill set, and dispositions required to be a teacher leader in the 21st century.


To be the premier space for educators to interact on any given subject at any given level, and a place where teachers openly brainstorm, share experiences and knowledge, and reflect on new ways of promoting creativity through ongoing, social interaction.


  • If we are to become the premier space for educators to interact on any given subject, then we must continually seek knowledgeable educators in all fields, at all levels who have the "will", "expertise", "temperament", and "skills" (Sergiovanni, 2005, p. 43).
  • If we are to become an open community, we will need to recognize the importance of diversity of opinions through an ongoing desire among educators to lead by ability and not by authority.
  • If we as a community are to succeed, each of us will need to succeed.


  • Find at least two teachers each month (for a period of six months ending July 31, 2010) who are compelled to teach classes on a regular basis (e.g., once a week).
  • Find teachers who contribute to classes on a regular basis in a variety of academic subjects (i.e., math, science, history, the humanities, etc.).
  • Find teachers who contribute to classes related to business endeavors that directly benefit the educational field.


Getting Started
Creating an account |  Setting up your profile |  Profile: Dashboard |  Profile: My classes |  Profile: Activity |  Profile: References |  Viewing classes |  Viewing members |  Add a class |  Forums


How to upload files to Adobe Connect Pro
Educators 2.0/Conferences


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many students, at the same time, can attend a class?
    • Up to 100 students may attend a class at the same time.

  • What kind of documents (pdf, doc, ppt, swf, mov, flv, etc.) can I upload?
    • You may upload the following file types directly: ppt, jpg, flv, mp3, among others. Everything else you can show via desktop sharing or upload in file to the file sharing pod with the current class.

  • Can I share video? (Can I upload video to show in the class?)
    • Absolutely!

  • Can I give the microphone to all students in a class?
    • Yes, you may and it's encouraged!

  • Can students upload to present their own documents while the class is on?
    • Yes, but you'll need to give them rights in order to do so.

  • Do I have to upload documents before the class starts?
    • Although you may upload documents during the class, it's recommended that you upload the files you'll need beforehand in order to avoid slowing down the flow of the class.

  • Can I have/add more time for the class?
    • Yes, you may conduct a class as long as you wish - there's no limit on how long your class is to last!


  • Your comments and suggestions are always appreciated! --Benjamin Stewart 03:24, 4 February 2010 (UTC) |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |