This. Right here. Makes sense.

This. Right here. Makes sense.

https://twitter.com/justintarte/statuses/413335318033477632

12 Comments

  1. Agreed. The discussion highlights two issues: 1) mindset and 2) awareness. I think “igniting curiosity” and showing (not telling) what the possibilities are. Models are helpful. Hands-on experiences may also provide some openings. Thanks for sharing the thread.

  2. Agreed. The discussion highlights two issues: 1) mindset and 2) awareness. I think “igniting curiosity” and showing (not telling) what the possibilities are. Models are helpful. Hands-on experiences may also provide some openings. Thanks for sharing the thread.

  3. Agreed. The discussion highlights two issues: 1) mindset and 2) awareness. I think “igniting curiosity” and showing (not telling) what the possibilities are. Models are helpful. Hands-on experiences may also provide some openings. Thanks for sharing the thread.

  4. Agreed. The discussion highlights two issues: 1) mindset and 2) awareness. I think “igniting curiosity” and showing (not telling) what the possibilities are. Models are helpful. Hands-on experiences may also provide some openings. Thanks for sharing the thread.

  5. Igniting curiosity is a first step. It’s what happens next that may be the tipping point.

    I am curious, I check ‘it’ out, and then do I stay and continue, or do I say, that’s fine, but that’s not .____________ too me, so I am out.  

    For those of us whose job it is to ignite curiosity (and those of us who just care about it a lot), this is where the pressure exists. We know that if we don’t hook them with the _______ (read here event, edcamp, cafe, tweetchat, webinar, book study, techie Tuesday,etc.), we have used up another bit of that precious commodity-credibility. 

    Right now, I agree with Justin. Where educators look for support for their own growth is another issue. 

  6. Igniting curiosity is a first step. It’s what happens next that may be the tipping point.

    I am curious, I check ‘it’ out, and then do I stay and continue, or do I say, that’s fine, but that’s not .____________ too me, so I am out.  

    For those of us whose job it is to ignite curiosity (and those of us who just care about it a lot), this is where the pressure exists. We know that if we don’t hook them with the _______ (read here event, edcamp, cafe, tweetchat, webinar, book study, techie Tuesday,etc.), we have used up another bit of that precious commodity-credibility. 

    Right now, I agree with Justin. Where educators look for support for their own growth is another issue. 

  7. Igniting curiosity is a first step. It’s what happens next that may be the tipping point.

    I am curious, I check ‘it’ out, and then do I stay and continue, or do I say, that’s fine, but that’s not .____________ too me, so I am out.  

    For those of us whose job it is to ignite curiosity (and those of us who just care about it a lot), this is where the pressure exists. We know that if we don’t hook them with the _______ (read here event, edcamp, cafe, tweetchat, webinar, book study, techie Tuesday,etc.), we have used up another bit of that precious commodity-credibility. 

    Right now, I agree with Justin. Where educators look for support for their own growth is another issue. 

  8. Igniting curiosity is a first step. It’s what happens next that may be the tipping point.

    I am curious, I check ‘it’ out, and then do I stay and continue, or do I say, that’s fine, but that’s not .____________ too me, so I am out.  

    For those of us whose job it is to ignite curiosity (and those of us who just care about it a lot), this is where the pressure exists. We know that if we don’t hook them with the _______ (read here event, edcamp, cafe, tweetchat, webinar, book study, techie Tuesday,etc.), we have used up another bit of that precious commodity-credibility. 

    Right now, I agree with Justin. Where educators look for support for their own growth is another issue. 

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