EDUC 59701 Making Best Use of the Internet for K-12 Instruction, Fall '13


Frank Odasz, Lone Eagle Consulting / Dillon, Montana


Frank Odasz has a passion for personal mastery learning online support of busy educators. Frank has been teaching teachers online since 1988 and delivered the first Internet workshops for educators of the Yukon Koyukuk School District in 1998. He has returned to Alaska many times to present for Alaskan schools, conferences, and leadership gatherings. Having presented dozens of times for classrooms of all grade levels in Alaskan villages, Frank appreciates the challenges and opportunities associated with motivating the first digital generation.

Frank has enjoyed teaching online courses for ASDN for the past ten years. Frank served as a faculty for 13 years at the University of Montana, Western in Dillon, Montana, before becoming Lone Eagle Consulting, specializing in teaching online (from a remote ranchhouse in Montana.) From 1988 to 1998, he was director of the well-known Big Sky Telegraph network, providing on-line courses to rural teachers. Frank's work has been recognized for excellence by four congressional reports, the White House, and dozens of books and publications. New (2008) Web 2.0 resources for this course are at http://web2fork12classrooms.pbwiki.com

Additional extensive resources are in the 2010 Lone Eagle Update at http://lone-eagles.com/expertise.htm All Frank's other resources, courses, and articles are accessible without restriction at: http://lone-eagles.com, Please email any questions you might have to frank@lone-eagles.com. Or just call: Ph/Fax: 406-683-6270.

 
 

Contact Information

  • Phone: 907-364-3809
    Email: asdn@alaskaacsa.org

Payment Instructions

  • Tuition: 

    $395 for Tier One Member Districts *

    $420 for Tier Two Member Districts

    *Click here to see if your district is a Tier One or Tier Two member.

    Technology Fee:  $25

    You may pay by
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    Registrants have a minimum of one month and a maximum of one year to complete the course.