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Kyle Pace: Professional Development Workshops

Kyle Pace is an Instructional Technology Specialist from Kansas City, Missouri. Kyle has worked with K-12 teachers in his district to provide instructional technology professional development for the last 7 years. Kyle also teaches graduate educational technology courses for local universities and enjoys attending and speaking at educational technology conferences such as ISTE, FETC, Ohio Free Tech, and Educon. In January 2009, Kyle co-authored a book titled Integrating Technology With Music Instruction. In April 2010, Kyle participated on a panel about Education And The Real-Time Web at the 140 Conference in New York City. In May 2010, Kyle was named as a GameClassroom.com Top Educator. Kyle was also the organizer for the very first EdCampKC unconference in November 2010.

Online Professional Development Workshop 1: Professional Development through Social Bookmarking

Description: You are probably familiar with bookmarking your favorite online sites. Free tools make it possible to have these bookmarks available wherever you go! You can even connect with other educators and share your favorite sites. In this workshop, discover how to access many sites in any subject that are educator approved!

Date & Times: 1:30pm-2pm PST, New York 4:30pm EST, Denver 2:30pm MST, 9:30pm GMT, Paris 10:30pm CET, Perth 5:30am Sun., Sydney 8:30am Sun., Tokyo 6:30am Sun. Check your time zone here!

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Website: Kylepace.com

Twitter: @kylepace

Interview with Kyle about his upcoming presentations:



One thought on “Kyle Pace: Professional Development Workshops

  1. Hi I am trying to get into an event and having trouble and also want to connect with some teachers for I am an online professor.

    Posted by Sally sullivan | January 8, 2011, 5:31 pm

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