Category Archives: learning

Discovery

A few years ago, when I started podcasting and blogging, I knew I was doing something unusual.  Being on what turned out to be the “cutting edge” felt a little weird, but I had good company, with a band of … Continue reading

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How We Look at Kids

Gary Stager, an amazing individual in education, and someone who always tells it like it is, has an undying passion for education, and technology in education.  But unlike the folks who see computers either as electronic typewriters or gadgets, Gary … Continue reading

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Remodeling versus Redesigning

Seth Godin put out an interesting manifesto on education yesterday, called Stop Stealing Dreams.  It’s a free download and can be read online, printed, or read in any ebook format.  I strongly recommend it to anyone even remotely interested in … Continue reading

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The 5 Things You Need to Know About Getting Attention Online

It  seems like there’s a resurgence in interest in creating more than just text online to drive interaction.  I had a reporter contact me yesterday to talk about the use of podcasting for niche audiences, and then there’s the explosion … Continue reading

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Freedom of Tweet

Emma Sullivan, a high school senior, got caught up in the news cycle, for posting a tweet about Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback. Now her school is demanding that she write an apology letter for a pretty innocuous comment- ““Just made … Continue reading

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