Your turn to vote for sessions at SXSWedu

Since I'll be attending SXSW Interactive this coming March, I thought it would be good to extend my participation into the "mini southby" event known as SXSWedu.  And why not share the knowledge by submitting a few proposals?  Now is your chance to vote for the sessions you want to see at SXSWedu.  (I'd be grateful if you give mine your consideration too.)

EdAppCamp: Bridging the K12 app gap
The idea here is to put tech-savvy educators with concrete ideas for apps they desperately want/need in the same room as mobile app engineers and UX/UI designers interested in building apps for education.  Organize them into work groups to explore the ideas and bring some into focus and definition.  (From there, then the ad-hoc groups can decide if they want to pursue creating the idea into a commercial or free app.) 

Let's Do This: Modeling mlearning in real-time
The idea here is to have participants demonstrate, role-model or showcase examples of what they're doing with mobile devices in their classrooms.  The idea is to keep it practical and concrete:  Have the participants serve as students experiencing the instructional approach with their devices.  The emphasis here is on instructional and classroom management strategies, challenges and opportunities