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Below is a partial list of the conferences, events and schools where Gary Stager will be speaking, consulting or leading a workshop. Click here to learn more about arranging for Gary to work with your institution.

2001

June 23-28, 2001
National Educational Computing Conference & Logosium
Chicago, Illinois

  • Chair of 9th Annual Logosium Conference
  • WWWadio and WWWideo - Half-day workshop
  • The Programming Imperative - panel discussion
  • Pencilsdown! Using the Web to Bring Accountability to Standardized Testing
  • Constructionism as a High-Tech Intervention Strategy for At-Risk Learners - paper session

July 9 - 19, 2001
MIT Media Lab Epistemology and Learning Group's Learning Hub Summer Institute
Mexico City, Mexico

July 31, 2001
World Conference on Computers in Education
Copenhagen, Denmark
Computationally-Rich Constructionism and At-Risk Learners - paper session

August 3, 2001
Mid-Amercia Association for Computers in Education Conference
Lawrence, Kansas
Keynote Speaker

August 19 - 21, 2001
Expanded Learning Horizons Conference
Lorne, Victoria Australia
Keynote Speaker
What are you Thinking? Reflections on a Few Decades of Educational Computing

August 21, 2001
The University of Melbourne
Melbourne, Australia
Lecture on the work of Seymour Papert

August 22, 2001
Wesley College
Melbourne, Australia
Consulting and long-range planning

August 27, 2001
Carey Baptist Grammar School
Kew, Victoria Australia
Consulting, faculty meetings, schoolwide afterschool presentation

August 29-30
Penhros College
Perth, Australia
Consulting, hands-on workshops, faculty meetings, schoolwide afterschool presentation, presentation to parents

September 3, 2001
New South Wales Department of Education
Sydney, Australia
Planning meeting

Septeber 4 - 6, 2001
Geelong Grammar School
Corio, Victoria Australia
Consulting, hands-on workshops, faculty meetings, schoolwide afterschool presentation, presentation to parents

September 7, 2001
The University of Melbourne
Research Seminar - Department of Science and Mathematics Education
Computationally-Rich Constructionism for At-Risk Learners.

October 12, 2001
California CUE Conference
Sacramento, California
Session 3, 11:30am - 12:30pm, Room 203, Sacramento Convention Center
The Adventures of Gopher-cam and other Tales of High-powered Technology and At-Risk Kids

October 13, 2001
California CUE Conference
Sacramento, California
Session 9, 11:00am - noon, Room 314 Sacramento Convention Center
Just Make Something - A Vision of Computing Worthy of Your Investment

Pencilsdown (anti-standardized testing) session co-presented with David Thornburg also featured at CUE. Time TBA.

October 27, 2001
A Call to Leadership Conference on Our Children's Future featuring Jonathan Kozol
Pepperdine University
Los Angeles, California

November 7, 2001
National School Boards Association Technology + Learning Conference
Featured Preconference Workshop
Atlanta, Georgia
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Closing the Imagination Gap: Raising the Standards for Educational Leadership and Educational Computing

November 8, 2001
National School Boards Association Technology + Learning Conference
Atlanta, Georgia
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Tales of Kids Who Really Need This Stuff: High-powered Technology for At-risk Learners

November 9, 2001
National School Boards Association Technology + Learning Conference
Atlanta, Georgia
2:00 - 3:00 PM
Pencils Down! Using the Web to Bring Accountability to Standardized Testing

December 4, 2001
Featured Speaker
Southwestern Ohion Instructional Technology Association Conference
Dayton, Ohio
9:50 AM - 10:40 AM
Barbed Wire Thinking in a Wireless World

10:55 AM - 11:45 AM
A Formula for Successful Internet Use

1:30PM - 2:20PM
Nurturing Munchkin Mozarts, Monets, and Michelangelos

2:35 PM - 3:25 PM
WWWadio & WWWideo

2002

February 27, 2002
National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference
Featured Speaker - Half-day workshop
San Francisco, California
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

March 7, 2002
Florida Educational Technology Conference
Orlando, Florida
3:00 - 4:00 PM
Logo's Second Millenium - A Celebration

March 8, 2002
Florida Educational Technology Conference
Orlando, Florida
1:00 - 2:00 PM
High-Powered Technology for At-Risk Kids

April 23, 2002
Las Vegas, Nevada
NCTM National Conference

May 8-11, 2002
NY Schooltech Expo

May 9-11, 2002
California CUE Conference
Anaheim, California

Workshop (May 9)
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Everything an Educator Needs to Know about Digital Media

May 10: 3:30 - 4:30 PM
The Adventures of Gopher-cam and other Tales of High-powered Technology and At-Risk Kids

May 11: 9:30 - 10:30 AM
Total Cost of Dependency - How Networks Make Schools Stupid

May 19-20, 2002
Perth, Australia
Keynote Speaker: Conference on behalf of Computelec Australia

May 22, 2002
Perth, Australia
Hands-on Workshop: Everything an Educator Needs to Know about Digital Media on behalf of Apple Computer, Australia

May 24, 2002
Melbourne, Australia
Apple (Computer) Distinguished Schools Conference
Hands-on Workshop: Everything an Educator Needs to Know about Digital Media

After-dinner Keynote: Closing the Imagination Gap: A Vision of Educational Technology Worthy of Your Investment

May 25, 2002
Melbourne, Australia
Educating Girls Conference
Keynote Address: Girls and Technology - Overcoming Myths and Malpractice

Presentation: Catering for Individual Differences in the General Ability Classroom Using ICT

Presentation: The Role of ICT in Constructionist Theory

May 27, 2002
Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Girls Grammar School
Demo lessons, consulting and faculty professional development.

May 30, 2002
Melbourne, Australia
Hands-on Workshop: Everything an Educator Needs to Know about Digital Media on behalf of Apple Computer, Australia

June 5, 2002
Melbourne, Australia
Featured Speaker: Launch of partnership between Apple Computer, Australia and Computelec, Australia.

May 30, 2002
Churchill, Australia
Visiting Lecture: Monash University, Gippsland Campus.

June 16-19, 2002
National Educational Computing Conference & Logosium
San Antonio, Texas

Workshop: WWWaudio & WWWideo: Produce, Publish, and Post Digital Media (SAF128)
Saturday, June 15, 2002
9:00 am — 4:00 pm

Workshop: 10th Anniversary Logosium Conference and Social Dinner (SUF200)
Sunday, June 16, 2002
9:00 am — 7:00 pm

PencilsDown: Using the Web to Bring Accountability to Standardized Testing Gary Stager, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education, with David Thornburg, Linda Polin
Monday, June 17, 2002
12:30 pm—1:30 pm

Papertian Constructionism and At-Risk Learners
Tuesday, June 18, 2002
10:30 am—11:30 am

July 1-3, 2002
Alicante, Spain
Primera Escuela de Verano Sobre Tecnologia Educativa de La Universidad de Alicante
Workshops and keynote address

July 15-26, 2002
Curitiba, Brazil
Workshops with the MIT Media Lab Future of Learning Group.

August 14-16, 2002
Orono, Maine
Speaker: Laptops, Learners and Powerful Ideas Conference

Panel Discussion: Laptop Lessons from Australia. (together with Bruce Dixon, David Loader, Steve Costa)

The Amazing Adventures of Gopher-cam and other Tales of High-powered Technology and At-Risk Kids.

Constructing Web-based Simulations and Interactive Projects.

Closing and Panel Discussion (together with Dr. Seymour Papert, Dennis Harper, David Loader)

August 18-20, 2002
Lorne, Australia
Expanded Learning Horizons Conference

August 22, 2002
Melbourne, Australia
iMovie workshop for education faculty at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

August 26, 2002
Wellington, New Zealand
Keynote Speaker: Expanded Horizons Conference
Sponsored by Toshiba

September 6, 2002
Perth, Australia
All Saints Anglical School
Professional development

September 9-13, 2002
Perth, Australia
Penhros Girls College
Digital Reggio Residency

September 16, 2002
Churchill, Victoria, Australia
Guest Lecturer: The current climate of testing and accountability
Undergraduate teacher education

September 18, 2002
Chadstone, Victoria, Australia
Everything an Educator Needs to Know about Digital Media
Sponsored by Computelec, Australia

September 19, 2002
Sydney, Australia
Public Workshop
Sponsored by Apple Computer, Australia & Computelec, Australia

October 24-26, 2002
Sacramento, California
California Computer-Using Educators Conference
Speaker: Three Sessions

November 9, 2002
Temple, Texas
Region 12's 2002 Area Conference
Keynote Speaker

November 13-15, 2002
Dallas, Texas
National School Boards Association Technology + Learning Conference
Guest Speaker: Two presentations

November 15-16, 2002
Washington D.C.
Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum
The Amazing Adventures of Gopher-cam and other Tales of High-powered Technology and At-Risk Kids


2003

February 4, 2003, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Orlando, Florida
Florida Educational Technology Conference
Logo: New Ideas and Exemplary Practice

February 5, 2003, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Orlando, Florida
Florida Educational Technology Conference
Maintaining Vision, Focus, and a Sense of History in Laptop Schools

February 12, 2003
Distinguished Speaker Series - BOCES Area 1 - Erie, NY
Erie, New York
Frankly, I'm Bored with the Future

February 28, 2003, 2:30 - 3:30 PM
NY, New York
National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference
Total Cost of Dependency: How Networks Make Schools Stupid

March 25, 2003, 10:45 - 11:45 AM, room 107b
Ontario, California
Tech-Ed
The Amazing Adventures of Gophercam and Exciting Tales of Technology & At-Risk Kids

March 26, 2003, 2:00 - 3:00 PM, room 107a
Ontario, California
Tech-Ed
Advanced iMovie - Tips, Tricks and Strategies

May 14, 2003 Rescheduled
Distinguished Speaker Series - BOCES Area 1 - Erie, NY
Erie, New York
Frankly, I'm Bored with the Future

May 15-17, 2003
CUE Conference
Anaheim, California
Advanced iMovie workshop and two presentations (TBA)

June 4, 2003
Olathe Kansas Public Schools
Professional Development Day

June 5-6, 2003
The Lamplighter School
Dallas, Texas
LEGO Robotics Professional Development

June 30, 2003, 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Seattle, Washington
National Educational Computing Conference
Standards? Up Yours!

July 1, 2003, 2:00 - 3:00 PM
Seattle, Washington
National Educational Computing Conference
State of the Art - A Conversation with Ed. Tech Leaders

July 2, 2003, 10:30 - 11:30 AM
Seattle, Washington
National Educational Computing Conference
The Next Generation of Logo: Introducing MicroWorlds 3

August 7, 2003
Cave Creek, Arizona
District Professional Development Day

August 17 - 19, 2003
Lorne, Victoria Australia
Expanding Learning Horizons Conference
Panel discussions and Digital Reggio presentation

August 23, 2003
Canberra, Australia
Leaning to Learning Technologies Conference
Keynote Address: Digital Reggio - High Tech Innovation in Early Childhood Education
Presentation: The Adventures of Gopher-cam and Other Amazing Tales of At-risk Kids and Technology

September 17 , 2003
Canberra, Australia
LEGO Robotics workshop at NASA Deep Space Laboratory

September 18 , 2003
Canberra, Australia
Full-day LEGO Robotics workshop and afterschool talk, Inventing the Future Yesterday - Understanding Today's Kids

October 15 - October 17, 2003
Atlanta, Georgia
Children Who Know and Do Conference
Guest Speaker: Preconference digital media workshop and two presentations

October 21-24, 2003
Anaheim, California
NSBA T+L Conference
Preconference workshop Advanced iMovie + presentations

October 25, 2003
San Jose, California
California CUE Conference
Two presentations

November 9-14, 2003
Campinas, Brasil
MIT Media Lab Future of Learning Group workshop for Bradesco Foundation

November 19, 2003
New Paltz, NY
New York State Association of Independent Schools Technology Conference
Keynote speaker - The Case for Computing

November 24, 2003
Albany, NY
NYSCATE Annual Conference
The Case for Computing (presentation), Advanced iMovie (full-day workshop) and MicroWorlds EX (full-day workshop)

December 8 , 2003
Menlo Park, CA
California Association of Independent Schools Workshop
The Case for Computing (keynote), Everything an Educator Needs to Know About Digital Media (workshop)


2004

January 22 , 2004
Orlando, FL
Florida Educational Technology Conference
5:00 PM - Digital Reggio: Rethinking Primary Education & Computing

February 5 , 2004
Austin, TX
Texas Computer Education Association Conference
8:00 AM- 4:00 PM - Advanced iMovie: You Can't Believe What's Possible!

February 26-27 , 2004
Lake Charles, IL
Illinois Technology Conference for Educators
4:15 PM 2/26- Avanced iMovie presentation
11:45 AM 2/27 - The Case for Computing

March 2-3 , 2004
Washington, D.C.
COSN Annual Conference
Speaker

March 4 , 2004
Montreal, Quebec
National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference
Computing Like You Never Imagined

March 10-12 , 2004
Grand Rapids, MI
Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning Annual Conference
Total Cost of Dependency - Leadership in the Laptop Age

March 16-26 , 2004
Mumbai & Delhi, India
Consulting, teaching and speaking at the American School of Bombay and the American School of Delhi

April 4 , 2004
Richmond, VA
Virginia Association of Independent Schools Technology Retreat
Keynote: The Case for Computing

May 6 -7 , 2004
Toronto, Canada
Educational Computing Organization of Ontario Annual Conference

Featured Speaker :Digital Reggio: Reinventing Elementary Education for the 21st Century
Featured Speaker: The Adventures of Gopher-cam and Other Amazing Tales of At-Risk Kids & Technology

May 21-22 , 2004
Canberra, Australia
C2LT
Committed to Learning Technologies Conference
Keynote Speaker : The Case for Computing & a workshop TBA

May 31 - June 1, 2004
Sydney, Australia
International 1 to 1 Notebook Computing Conference sponsored by Apple Computer
Keynote Speaker : The Case for Computing
Panel Discussion with Seymour Papert
Workshop:
Of Crickets and Intelligent Bricks - Robotics

June 14, 2004
Los Angeles , California
A Special Day with the Thornburg Center at Milken Community High School
Workshops and panel discussion

June 16-18, 2004
Blue Valley, Kansas
Blue Valley Public Schools
Three day MicroWorlds EX workshop for teachers

June 20-23, 2004
New Orleans, LA
National Educational Computing Conference
Workshop: Advanced iMovie
Presentation: Total Cost of Dependency and the Case for Zero-IT Networking

June 24-26, 2004
Santa Monica, California
International Conference on Learning Sciences
Presentation of Paper Co-authored with Seymour Papert and David Cavallo

July 5-8, 2004
Adelaide, Australia
Australian Conference on Educational Computing
Featured Speaker:
The Case for Computing

July 14-15, 2004
Hobart, Tasmania Australia
Friends School and Collegiate School
Professional Development

October 26-29, 2004
Denver, Colorado
National School Boards Association Technology + Learning Conference
Preconference workshop:
1-on-1 Computing: The Case for Computing
Presentation:
Danger! Take Large Step! The High-Cost of Incrementalism
Presentation:
Receptive Teaching: A Natural Approach to Identifying High-Tech Learning Opportunities
Presentation:
Beyond 1-to-1 Computing: Leadership Worthy of Your Investment and Your Students
Panel Discussion:
State of the Art: A discussion with ed-tech leaders (David Thornburg, Ferdi Serim, Lynell Burmark, Elliot Soloway, Bernajean Porter)

November 11-13, 2004
San Francisco, California
The Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum
Workshop:
Digital Reggio- Reinventing Primary Education for the 21st Century

November 20-23, 2004
Rochester, New York
NYSCATE
Workshop:
Really Cool Mac Network Tricks Designed to Save Money and Your Sanity
Presentation: Total Cost of Dependency and the Need for Zero-based Networking - Monday
Presentation: The Case for Computing: An Approach to Technology Use Worthy of Your Investment - Monday
Presentation: Danger! Take Large Step! - Tuesday

2005

January 20, 2005
Los Angeles, CA
Southern California Association of Independent Schools Day-long seminar & workshop
Seminar: Receptive Teaching
Hands-on Workshop: Advanced iMovie

Friday January 28, 2005
Orlando, Florida
Florida Educational Technology Conference
Presentation: Danger! Take Large Step (10:00 - 11:00 AM)

February 23-26, 2005
San Diego, CA
National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference
Presentation: Closing the Imagination Gap! An Approach to Technology Worthy of Your Investment.
Friday 11:30 AM - Mezz. Room 16B

March 1-4, 2005
Lake Charles, IL
Illinois Technology Conference for Educators
Presentation: Receptive Teaching - A Natural Approach to Identifying High-Tech Learning Opportunities

Thursday, March 03, 2005 - 10:45 AM to 11:30AM - Salon V

Presentation: Danger! Take Large Step! The High-Cost of Incrementalism
Thursday, March 03, 2005 - 3:15 PM to 4:00PM - Salon III

Presentation: The Amazing Adventures of Gophercam and Other Tales of At-risk Kids and Technology
Friday, March 04, 2005 - 11:45 AM to 12:30PM - Salon V

Presentation: Constructing Knowledge with MicroWorlds EX
Friday, March 04, 2005 - 1:15 PM to 2:00PM - Salon V

March 10-12, 2005
Palm Springs, California
California CUE Conference
Four presentations

March 17-19, 2005
Seattle, WA
NCCE Conference
Workshop: Beyond 1:1 Computing Thursday 6-8 PM

March 21-24 , 2005
Washington, D.C.
COSN Annual Conference
Speaker

April 17, 2005
Washington, D.C.
NSBA National Conference

Presentation: TBA

April 20-22, 2005
Quebec, Canada
Eastern Township Schools
Professsional Development for 1:1 iBook district

May 4-6, 2005
Toronto, Canada
Educational Computing Organization of Ontario Annual Conference

Featured Speaker: Danger! Take Large Step! The High-cost of Incrementalism - Thursday 10:30 - 11:30 AM
Featured Speaker: The Case for Computing - Thursday 2:30 - 3:30 PM

June 20-26, 2005
Philadelphia, PA
National Educational Computing Conference
Paper: Constructive Technology as Key to Entering the Community of Learners
Workshop: Improvisational Robotics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Suit All Learners

July 4-7, 2005
Cape Town, South Africa
World Conference on Computers in Education

Three papers

August 7-12, 2005
Holiday Valley in Ellicottville, NY
CA BOCES Summer Curriculum Camp
National Leader: Integrating Technology to Construct Brain-Based Learning

August 24-25, 2005
Southern Calfornia Mountains
The Willows School
Teacher Retreat

August 28-31, 2005
Warsaw, Poland
Eurologo 2005
Plennary speaker: Papertian Constructionism and the Design of Productive Context for Learning

October 13-14, 2005
Rochester, NY
eLearning Symposium 2005
Keynote speaker: (Oct. 14)
8:30-9:30- Can I See Your Class? An Alternative View of eLearning
9:45-10:45- Podcasting for Educators: A Mobile Audience for your Students

Closing Keynote - The Case for Computing

October 26-28, 2005
Denver, CO
NSBA T+L Conference
Guest speaker: numerous presentations and panels including:

  • Beyond 1:1 Computing – An Expert Perspective on What Students Might Do
  • A Joyful Noise – Digital Audio Acrossthe Curriculum
  • The Thornburg Center Mathematics Project – The Need to Reinvent School Math (new session)

November 3-4, 2005
Louisville, KY
Independent Schools Association of the Central States Annual Conference
Guest Speaker:
The Case for Computing
Digital Reggio: Reinventing Elementary Education for the 21st Century
Nurturing Munchkin Mozarts, Monets and Michelangelos
Making Mathematics with Computers

Noember 11-12
Irving, Texas
Second Annual 1:1 for All Symposium

Two presentations

Late November - Mid-December , 2005
Victoria, Australia
Department of Education and Training
School improvement residency & consulting


2006

February 9, 2006 - 3:45 - 5:15 PM
Austin, TX
TCEA 2006
Workshop:
Podcasting for Educators

February 11, 2006
Austin, TX
Pepperdine University Online Master of Arts in Educational Technology
Presentation:
The State of Educational Technology

March 1 , 2006 - 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Boston, MA
National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference
Workshop:
Wikis and Swikis and Blogs, Oh My!

March 7 , 2006 - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Crystal City, VA
COSN Annual Conference
Panel discussion moderator:
Where are We Going with 1:1?

March 10 , 2006 - 1:30 - 2:30 PM
Palm Springs, CA
California CUE Conference
Presentation:
Preventing your Laptop Dreams from Becoming Nightmares

March 10 , 2006 - 8:00 - 9:00 AM
Palm Springs, CA
California CUE Conference
Presentation:
A Joyful Noise — Digital Audio Across the Curriculum

March 22-24 , 2006
Orlando, FL
FETC 2006
Presentation:
Beyond 1:1 Computing: An Expert Perspective on What Students Might Do

March 28 - 30 , 2006 TENTATIVE
Quebec, Canada
Eastern Township Public Schools
Professsional Development and conference presentation for 1:1 iBook district

June 7-9, 2006
Orlando, FL
EDUCOMM
Speaker (3 sessions) and organizer

June 21-23, 2006
Boston, MA
Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation's 1:1 Conference
Keynote Speaker: Reclaiming the Magic
Workshop: Improvisational Robotics
Workshop: The Best Damned Podcasting Workshop Period!

July 4-8 , 2006
San Diego, CA
National Educational Computing Conference
Spotlight Presentation: Preventing Your One-to-One (1:1) Dreams from Becoming Nightmares
Workshop: Robotics Supporting Learning Diversity: A Good Prompt = 1,000 Words

July 19, 2006
Albany, NY
NYSCATE Summer Leadership Summit
Keynote Speaker: Frankly, I'm Bored with the Future: Educational Leadership in the Digital Age

August 2006
Expanded Learning Horizons Conference
Lorne, Victoria Australia
Keynote Speaker: Young Tom Edison and the Ballerina's Gopher
Workshop: The Best Damned Podcasting Workshop Period Farewell Tour

August/September 2006
Melbourne, Victoria Australia
State of Victoria Department of Education and Training
Leader of Future of Learning Project: 2.5 day leadership retreat and daily teaching in a secondary school and primary school.

September 6, 2006
Melbourne, Australia
Centre for Strategic Education
Symposium with Gary Stager: Educational Technology - How Could Such a Good Idea Go So Wrong?

October 2-4, 2006
Cairns, Australia
Australian Computers on Educational Computing
Paper Session : Receptive Teaching - accepting the high-tech learning invitations around us
Presentation: Has Educational Technology Jumped the Shark?

Panel Discussion: Technology literacy for all: a conversation - Sylvia Martinez, James Smith, Gary Stager

October 17-19 , 2006
Quebec, Canada
Eastern Township Public Schools
Professsional Development and conference presentation for 1:1 MacBook district

October 25-26, 2006
Mohonk Mountain House - New Paltz, NY
Lower Hudson Regional Information Center (LHRIC) Technology Leadership Institute (TLI)
Keynote Address: Reclaiming the Magic - Focusing on What Matters

November 8-10, 2006
Dallas, TX
NSBA T+L Conference
Preconference Workshop: Receptive Teaching
Thornburg Center Spotlight Sessions: Recepive Teaching, Preventing Your 1:1 Dreams from Becoming Nightmares and Yes, Every Child Should Learn to Program (with David Thornburg)

November 19-21, 2006
Rochester, NY
NYSCATE Conference
Keynote Address: Young Tom Edison and the Ballerina's Gopher
Presentations:
Educational Technology: How Could Such a Good Idea Go So Wrong?, Receptive Teaching - Accepting the High-tech Learning Adventures Around You, Getting the Maximum Educational Benefit from the Naughty Bits on Your MacBook

January 25, 2007
Orlando, FL
Florida Educational Technology Conference
Presentation
: Receptive Teaching: Accepting High-Tech Learning Invitations
10:35 AM - 11:30 AM in Room S230H

2007

January 31, 2007
Utica, NY
Mohawk Regional Information Center
Keynote Address: Receptive Teaching - A Natural Approach to Identifying High-Tech Learning Opportunities
Robotics Workshop

February 7, 2007
Austin, TX
TCEA Conference
Presentation: Yes, All Students Should Learn to Program (with Dr. David Thornburg)
4:15 - 5:45 PM - Room 19B

February 8, 2007
Austin, TX
TCEA Conference
Presentation: Receptive Teaching — Accepting High-Tech Learning Invitations
1:00 - 2:30 PM - Room 13B

March 1-3, 2007
Palm Springs , CA
CUE Annual Conference
Presentation:
iLife '07 Expert Tips for Educators
Friday, 3:00-4:00 PM Catalina Room, Wyndham Hotel
Presentation:
If Blogging is the Answer, What was the Question?
Saturday, 11:00 AM -12:00 PM Catalina Room, Wyndham Hotel

March 5, 2007
Northern NJ/NYC area
2007 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

March 14, 2007
Raleigh, NC
2007 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

March 15-17, 2007
Anaheim, CA
ASCD National Convention
Presentation:
Receptive Teaching — Accepting High-Tech Learning Invitations

March 28, 2007
San Francisco, CA
COSN Annual Conference
Presentation:
May I See your Class? An Alternative View of eLearning

March 29-30, 2007
Poughkeepsie, NY
Poughkeepsie Day School & Vassar College
Lectures, workshops and keynote address: The Future of Learning

May 16, 2007
Wichita, KS
2007 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

May 14, 2007
Raleigh, NC
2007 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

May 18, 2007
Wichita, KS
2007 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

June 19-21, 2007
Anahem, CA
EDUCOMM
Conference Program Chair and presenter

June 24, 2007
Atlanta, GA
The Constructivist Celebration
Keynote Speaker with Peter Reynolds

June 25-27, 2007
Atlanta, GA
National Educational Computing Conference
Presenter
Papert Matters: Thinking About Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas [Session: Spotlight]
Tuesday, 6/26/2007, 3:30pm–4:30pm; GWCC Murphy 4

Technology Literacy for All Students [Session: Panel]
Dennis Harper, Generation Y Non-Profit Organization with Sylvester Robinson, James L. Smith and Gary Stager
Tuesday, 6/26/2007, 11:00am–12:00pm; GWCC B215

Way Beyond WebQuests [Session: Hands-on BYOLaptop]
Gary Stager, Pepperdine University
Wednesday, 6/27/2007, 8:30am–9:30am; GWCC B305

August 19-23, 2007
Bratislava, Slovakia
Eurologo 2007 Conference
Paper presentation: Towards the Construction of a Language for Describing the Potential of Educational Computing Activities

September 14-16, 2007
Shanghai, China
Learning 2.0 Conference
Featured Speaker

October 17-19, 2007

Nashville, TN
NSBA T+L Conference
Multiple presentations

November 6, 2007
Interboro School District, Pennsylvania
Keynote Speaker

November 7-9, 2007
Toronto, Canada
ECOO Conference
Keynote Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

Additional presentations TBA

November 17, 2007
Rochester, NY
The Constructivist Celebration
Keynote Speaker with Melinda Kolk

November 18-20, 2007
Rochester, NY
NYSCATE Annual Conference
Keynote Speaker: To Blog or Not to Blog, that is the Question (with Will Richardson)
Additional presentations TBA

November 27, 2007
Chicago, IL
Archdiocese of Chicago Technology Leadership Day
Keynote Speaker:
Ten Things to Do with a Computer

November 29, 2007
Los Angeles, CA
Milken Community Middle School
Professional Development

2008

January 25 - 27, 2008
Educon 2.0
Philadelphia, PA
Speaker -

February 11-14, 2008
Cambridge, MA
One Laptop Per Child Workshop
Member of the OLPC Learning Team

February 20, 2008
Alameda, CA
Leadership professional development day
Alameda County Office of Education
Keynote Speaker

February 22-24
National Association of Secondary School Principals
San Antonio, TX
Speaker - Ten Things to Do with a Laptop: Learning and Powerful Ideas & Rethinking At-Risk Education

March 5
Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning Conference

Grand Rapids, MI
Featured Speaker - Ten Things to Do with a Laptop: Learning and Powerful Ideas & Digital Democracy & Looking for New in All the Wrong Places

March 6-8
Computer-Using Educators Conference
Palm Springs, CA
Speaker -

March 20, 2008
Math, Science & Technology Conference
SUNY Potsdam, NY
Keynote Speaker - Constructing Modern Knowledge:  A Computational Approach to Science, Math and Technology

March 24-27
Texas Distance Learning Association Conference
Galveston, TX
Keynote speaker - Opening a Window vs. Filling a Hole: Realizing the Potential of Online Learning

March 28
Toshiba Corporation Roadshow
Pasadena, CA
Keynote speaker

April 12, 2008
Alberta, Calgary Canada
2008 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

April 13, 2008
Seattle, WA
2008 AALF Leadership Summit: Building 21st Century Skills through 1-to-1
Featured Speaker: Ten Things to Do with a Laptop - Learning & Powerful Ideas

May 3
18th Annual CHILD Conference for the Institute for School Innovation
West Palm Beach, FL
Keynote speaker - Young Tom Edison and the Ballerina's Gopher

May 8-9, 2008
Eastern Townships School Board 4th International Enhanced Learning Strategy Showcase
Orford, Quebec
Keynote speaker

June 29
The Constructivist Consortium Celebration
San Antonio, TX
Keynote Speaker
& Organizer

June 29-July 2
National Educational Computing Conference
San Antonio, TX
Speaker

CMK09

Many other events filled the last half of 2008 and first four months of 2009. They will be added to this list as time permits.

2009

April 23 - Montreal, Canada Keynote speaker at day-long seminar, The Best Education Ideas in the World, for Quebec's Inspector Generals.

April 30 - Boca Raton, FL Keynote speaker at National Center for Education Research and Technology Conference (superintendents)

May 14-15 - Brooklyn, NY Robotics and MicroWorlds workshop leader for middle school student tech leaders

May 16 - Renton, WA Keynote speaker at the Constructivist Celebration co-sponsored by NCCE and OSPI

June 28 - Washington, D.C. Keynote speaker at the Constructivist Consortium's third annual Constructivist Celebration at NECC

June 28 - July 1 Washington D.C. Featured Presenter at the National Educational Computing Conference

July 6-10 - Brooklyn, NY Leader of science and technology summer camp program for middle student tech leaders

July 8 - Princeton, NJ Keynote speaker at The Principal's Center for Educational Leadership

July 12-16 Manchester, NH Host/organizer of Constructing Modern Knowledge

July 27-31 Bento Gonçalves, Brasil Presenting three new papers at the World Conference on Computers in Education

August 17-20 Los Angeles, CA Leading team of of experts in 1:1 computing professional development for independent middle school

Late August - Australia Plan to speak and consult across Australia Contact Gary to schedule PD services.

October 6-9 Christchurch, New Zealand Keynote speaker at the Ulearn09 Conference

Early October - New Zealand Opportunities for professional development and consulting. Contact Gary to schedule PD services.

2010

CMK09

Dr. Stager's upcoming schedule includes the following speaking, teaching and consulting engagements:

  • August 9 - Clearwater, FL School district keynote and workshops

  • August 16-20 - Paris, France Presenter at Constructionism 2010 Conference

  • November 31 - Peterborough, Ontario Keynote, School District

  • LATE AUGUST - EARLY SEPTEMBER AVAILABLE FOR PD, CONSULTING AND SPEAKING IN AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND/PACIFIC-RIM. Contact Gary to schedule services.

  • September 6 - Adelaide, Australia Keynote Speaker at International Middle Years of Schooling Conference

  • September 7&8 - Adelaide, Australia Workshops and consulting with South Australia Department of Education and Children's Services.

  • October 18 - Hartford, CT Keynote Speaker at Connecticut Educators Computer Association Annual Conference
  • October 29-31 - The Hague, Keynote Speaker at The European Laptop Institute

  • December 10 - Vermont Keynote Speaker at Vermont ASCD Conference


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