Some travels this week:
Monday and Tuesday I’m in Washington DC for a big announcement – stay tuned for something exciting!
Wednesday I’m in New York City leading a workshop on project-based technology literacy with some independent schools.
If it’s Thursday and Friday (Jan 28/29) it must be Atlantic City for TECHSPO 2010 – the annual statewide technology exhibition and training conference for New Jersey school leaders, sponsored by the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. Alan November and Gary Stager are keynoting this conference so it ought to be a good one.
The cherry on top of this crazy week will be Educon in Philadelphia Jan 29-31. This is the third year for this conference put on by the Science Leadership Academy (SLA.) Educon and SLA are captained by their visionary principal, Chris Lehmann, and powered by the amazing teachers and dedicated students of SLA.
The sessions will likely be streamed online, so if you are interested in tuning in for “conversations” rather than “stand and deliver” – check it out. It’s an awesome session list.
My session on Tinkering Towards Technology Literacy will be Saturday morning at 10AM Eastern time. If you are attending Educon, I could definitely use a volunteer to help with the streaming! If you will not be in Philadelphia, check the Educon website for instructions on connecting remotely.