Daily Archives: May 6, 2012

We Create: #Edtech #Edcamp

We all know that a technological revolution occurred in education. Some of us have been fortunate to be a part of it, up front, working side by side with children who have no personal experience of a world without edtech … Continue reading

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Conferences That Work – Creating Events That People Love

See on Scoop.it – edcamp http://www.conferencesthatwork.com     Is your conference suffering from falling attendance, evaluations, or profits? I can help! I design and facilitate Conferences That Work: innovative, highly interactive, attendee-driven events that leverage attendees’ expertise and experience to … Continue reading

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A bit of structure for your unconference

See on Scoop.it – edcamp Digital innovation for people with more sense than money: a digital agency and blog on digital government and UK public sector social media… See on http://www.helpfultechnology.com

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We must get more from conferences

See on Scoop.it – edcamp Unusually, I have been to several conferences over the past few weeks. “In times of change the learners will inherit the earth while the knowers will find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world … Continue reading

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Unconferences: disruptive innovation or the appearance of one …

See on Scoop.it – edcamp Hackathons, Hack-days, barcamps, unconferences, jams and many more. Most of you have probably heard about them all and been to one. Some of you pay to go to them, others go for(or because) they are … Continue reading

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37 Books | UnConference: The Conference That’s Not A Conference

See on Scoop.it – edcamp Being A Teacher in Chile “How do you become a good teacher?” Those of you who know me from reading my writing already know my answer. The short answer, the simple answer, the easy to … Continue reading

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What America Can Learn From Ontario’s Education Success

See on Scoop.it – UnConference: The Conference That’s Not A Conference In the last decade, the Canadian province dramatically improved its education system to become one of the best in the world. Its success can provide a blueprint for U.S. … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga en Chile el 15 de noviembre | Zancada: Cosas de minas

See on Scoop.it – Unconference EdcampSantiago por lucy Hoy en La Tercera publican que se habría confirmado que Lady Gaga vendrá a Chile por primera vez para presentarse con su show el 15 de noviembre (Felicidaaaaaa!!!! See on http://www.zancada.com

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Llega #truMadrid, la primera desconferencia celebrada en España … | Barcamps

See on Scoop.it – Unconference EdcampSantiago Tras el éxito de los eventos TRU en Londres, Amsterdam, Estocolmo, Dublín, San Francisco y París, entre otros, el día 9 y 10 de mayo llega a España el. See on http://www.scoop.it

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The Super Moon: May 5th, 2012

Source: NASA May 2, 2012:  The full Moon has a reputation for trouble. It raises high tides, it makes dogs howl, it wakes you up in the middle of the night with beams of moonlight stealing through drapes. If a … Continue reading

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