April 19, 2007 04:28AM
I have become dissatisfied with talking about School 2.0 only among educators. It seems to be this feedback loop that creates a lot of noise, but in the end, really doesn’t create any massive change. So, I am proposing a change in tactics. We need to begin talking to anyone who has the time to listen about School 2.0. We need to show them artifacts of authentic learning so that they know just how effective it can be. We need to get outside of the blogosphere and podcast communities, and talk to the parents that don’t get it yet. Although “consciousness raising” is important amongst teachers, it really should be our only tactic in bring about a transformation in education. Most of this is why I will be starting up another podcast over at The Podcast Network. I am looking for educators and non-educators alike to interview, anyone who is willing to think critically about the shared vision of student-centered education. Please contact me for details.
- 00:00:00: Introduction to Busy Week
Academy of Discovery Model
- 00:01:14: Blogging Class
Blogging in the Classroom Presentation
- 00:02:16: The Podcast Network
My Interview with Cameron Riley
- 00:04:47: The School 2.0 Movement
The Discovery -Ism Project
- 00:06:48: Learning without Gatekeeping
- 00:09:04: Home vs. School 2.0
- 00:11:05: Plea for Interviews
My e-mail address
- 00:12:49: Conclusion with info.
The podcast blog