Last week I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Steve Hargadon for his web event series. It was a great conversation (Steve is an amazing interviewer!)
We touched on a wide variety of subjects, including: “myths” of technology integration, student voice, gender issues in technology, technology literacy and of course, education reform.
Link to replay interview (when you click this, it will launch Elluminate and replay the entire event, chat window and all.)
Be sure to check out the upcoming events in “The Future of Education” series – there is something for every interest!
I’m excited to be participating in a new kind of event this weekend, March 6, 2010. You may have heard of TED – a once a year, incredibly expensive (but free online), invitation-only event where “riveting talks by remarkable people” are showcased. TEDx events, in contrast, are locally organized and run with a minimal entry fee. These events are meant to bring people together to share and talk around common interests.
TEDxNYED will examine the role of new media and technology in shaping the future of education. There is an incredible line-up of speakers, and you can watch the conference live on Saturday from 10am-6pm EST.
You can also visit the TEDxNYED Facebook page and become a fan.