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“I noticed something recently when I was at a workshop or a meeting or something. I was with a colleague who had to leave early and he said, ‘Keep me posted on what happens.’ So I kept tweeting all day, and what I found was I was remembering a lot more of the presentation.”
Susan Hennessey takes you through some tools educators can use to curate — rather than simply collect — compelling content for the classroom. (Dynamic Landscapes, 2012).
While we’re all over here recovering from the epic spectacle that was this year’s Code Camp, please enjoy Shelly Wright’s TEDTalk, on her journey as a teacher. They’re all excited and they’re telling people, and texting and I’m thinking this is gonna be awesome, you know? We’ll raise a couple thousand dollars, the kids’ll […]
A narrated walk-through of our current ARIS game in development: The EpiQRious Caterpillar.
John Downes and Susan Hennessey, of the Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education at the University of Vermont (tarrantinstitute.org), presented this keynote at the 2012 1:1 Schools Conference, sponsored by Vita-Learn, September 24th, 2012 at Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, VT.
In this 40 minute webinar, Rob Gervais, director of technology for Enosburg Town Schools, goes over the nuts and bolts of deploying a 1:1 iPad environment.