All I can say so far is – DANG! ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia is just packed with great energy, ideas and educators from all over the world. I’ve attended a couple of sessions on Project Based Learning and TPCK and it’s just 9AM on Monday.
It’s so very hard to describe how enormous this place . . . → Read More: ISTE 2011 – Philadelphia
Especially if you have the seat 36A on a MD-88 – because you will end up sitting next to this:
Additionally, make sure to log in to the online seat selection site at your airline at the first available moment you can to move yourself around. I didn’t mind the flight too much, except for . . . → Read More: Advice – bring earplugs
I was honored to be highlighted by TechSmith as one of their 20 Educators to Watch in 2011. I include screencasting as one of the tools that educators should always be thinking about and incorporating into their teaching and learning practice.
Here are just a couple of reasons why (but there are many more):
1 . . . → Read More: An honor! 20 Educators to Watch
photo © 2006 Paul Wicks | more info (via: Wylio)
I’m glad that Wil Richardson’s post, “The UnCommon Core“, appeared on my radar this morning. My primary background as an educator is in Career and Technical Education (CTE) and I was fortunate that the rigid teach to the test pressures were not present in our . . . → Read More: Just where are we going in education?