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Don’t miss The 2012 Global Education Conference – a free, online conference all about global education scheduled to take place entirely online during the week of November 12 -16. This is the third annual event, scheduled to coincide with International Education … Continue reading
Time for a little (ahem) announcement – Generation YES has been working on something BIG! We are proud to unveil the latest version of TechYES, our student technology literacy certification program. TechYES has always been about students showing technology literacy … Continue reading
Involving students as partners and co-learners in the educational process, rather than as consumers—or worse, as “objects”—is not a new concept but it is certainly gaining currency in the 21st century. With information exploding, teachers can no longer hope to … Continue reading
OK, I know a post this long violates all the rules of blogging. But I’m doing it to make a statement that only volume can make. And you don’t have to read it all – just skim through it. You’ll … Continue reading
I’ve written before about Gever Tulley and this short TED talk video about his Tinkering School. I used it to open my Educon conversation – Tinkering Towards Technology Fluency. Here is just a short list of things he mentions as … Continue reading
It’s back!!! Plans are shaping up for an amazing 3rd Annual Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute, July 12-15, 2009 in Manchester, NH USA (near Boston). In addition to master educators and edtech pioneers, the Constructing Modern Knowledge 2010 faculty includes … Continue reading
Teacher Magazine: Teaching Secrets: How to Maximize Hands-On Learning. Good teachers know that students learn a lot more when they get their hands on real materials, and get to do their own projects and experiments. But sometimes we get frustrated … Continue reading
Wow, the mailbox was full this morning! Here’s some amazing opportunities from iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) to involve your students in collaborative projects with students from around the world, or for teachers to participate in learning how to … Continue reading
Well, we’ve been working like busy little bees for nearly a year and it’s finally time to make the big announcement! We are releasing a new product – TechYES Technology Literacy Curriculum (or TechYES TLC) in June. It’s been a … Continue reading
If you are located in the Seattle area and want to spend a day learning about creativity, constructivism, and technology, be sure to check out The Pacific Northwest Constructivist Celebration. Pacific Northwest Constructivist Celebration Saturday May 16, 2009 Puget Sound … Continue reading