Here's the OSLA table, with Shelagh, Stacey, and Barbara. We had some sweet swag to share (like the funky frisbee Barbara's holding).
I hope that by waiting a day, I haven't lost some of the best tweets I read from the conference. Here's a small sampling of some of the conversations happening in the Twittersphere about #p4e12. This is a puny portion of the conversation, but it took me a long time to re-teach myself how to embed tweets in my blog!
So far opposition to Bill 115 on panel seems focused on premise that education decisions should be based on partnership.#p4e12
— Annie Kidder (@Anniekidder) November 3, 2012
FOr me teaching is a dynamic process of interaction between students and teacher(s). Does the Flipped Classroom honour that? #P4E12
— Stephen Hurley (@Stephen_Hurley) November 3, 2012
@stephen_hurley Learning is happening all the time. Why would we only value the learning that happens at schools 9-3? #p4e12
— Andrew Campbell (@acampbell99) November 4, 2012