I know I don't post very often anymore, and I'm sorry about that. I've run out of ideas of things to post about. Vicki and Stephen do really great jobs with their blogs, and I try to read them regularly. I wish I had as much to blog about as they do, but I guess I sorta blog about different things in a way.
Anyway, I have a presentation to make at a conference in a couple of weeks. I know the topic sorta well, but I'd like to know it better. One of my fellow educators knows the topic much, much better than me, but is unable to attend with me. I'm the type that is not bothered talking to large groups of people. I was a band director for 14 years. Audiences do not bother me in the least. She's the type of person that doesn't like to be in front of large groups. Through another fellow colleague of mine, I found out about something that should benefit both of us during the conference, and I thought I'd share it with you. It's called SightSpeed. It is a video conferencing software program that is freely available and uses the Internet. I hope to be able to use this program during my presentation to allow my fellow educator to "be there" with me to answer questions and point out key items to the audience.
Check it out!!!