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"Hello Everyone. I am Nadeem a student of Dental Hygiene. This program has been first time introduce in our country. I belong to the mountainous area of Northern Areas of Pakistan. I have join this platform to increase my knowledge and learn…"
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I am the founder and director of the Learning Revolution Project, the host of the Future of Education interview series, and founder and chair or co-chair of a number of annual worldwide virtual events, including the School Leadership Summit and the Global Education Conference, Library 2.0, the Future of Museums, Gaming in Education, and the Homeschool Conference.

I pioneered the use of live, virtual (and peer-to-peer) education conferences, popularized the idea of education "unconferences," built the first modern social network (Classroom 2.0) for teachers in 2007, and developed the "conditions of learning" exercise for local change. I supported and encouraged the development of thousands of other education networks, particularly for professional development. For the last eight years, I've run a large annual ed-tech unconference, now called Hack Education (previously EduBloggerCon). I blog, speak, and consult on educational technology, and my virtual and physical events build community and connections in education, with 450,000 members and over 100,000 participant log-ins annually.

My newest project is SmallIsBeautiful.com, events around the intentional move toward small-scale, local food, living, community, work, and learning.

I have been the Emerging Technologies Chair for ISTE, a regular co-host of the annual Edublog Awards, the author of "Educational Networking: The Important Role Web 2.0 Will Play in Education," and the recipient of the 2010 Technology in Learning Leadership Award (CUE). I have consulted or served on advisory boards for Blackboard, CoSN, Horizon Project / New Media Consortium (NMC), Instructure, Intel, KnowledgeWorks Foundation, MERLOT, Microsoft, Mightybell, Ning, PBS, Promethean, Speak Up / Project Tomorrow, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. State Department, and others typically focusing on educational technology and social networking. A number of corporations and organizations support my events, and you can see a list and more details of my projects at Web 2.0 Labs.

Personal Information: I was a foreign-exchange student through AFS to Brazil for a year in high school, and organized and led group tours for several years as my first job after college for Stanford's Alumni Association. I spent 2013 traveling around the world talking to people about education. I have the skin condition Vitiligo and created the world's largest social network for those with Vitiligo at VitiligoFriends.org as well as the UniquelyBeautiful.net site. I also run a network for members of the extended Hargadon family--Hargadon is an Irish name, and all Hargadons come from Sligo.

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At 3:36am on January 28, 2016, Photographe - Cameraman Samir said…

I'm discovering your website classroom20.com, and thanks for your personal investisment in this platform. :)

(Sorry for my language, I'm learning english language :) )

Sam.

At 9:44am on August 5, 2015, Erin Reeder said…

My apologies! I'm still trying to figure everything out. I have edited my article and removed company link. I know now not to include it in any posts. Thanks for your help!

At 4:03pm on September 24, 2014, Michelle Vroom said…

Hi Steve -- I removed the links to the eSV blog, but kept examples of teachers exhibiting the suggested tips. Also, there is a link to a secondary reference. Eager to hear your feedback!

At 10:18am on September 22, 2014, Michelle Vroom said…
Understood... And thanks for the reply. Can I remove the links from the blog I submitted? It's the first time out of the gate here for me and want to be sure to comply.
At 11:23pm on June 25, 2013, nishatkashir said…

hi Steve, I am Nishat Kashir and working as a Mathematics curruculum coordinator. While training the teachers the barriers in the successful implementation of ICT in teaching are their incompetencies, lack of moyivation and confidence  in using new technologies. A lot of training and motivation is required.

Would you kindly share the kind of  barriers you see in your institution and how you deal with those issues

At 7:42am on June 14, 2013, AizaUmair said…

Hi, Steve I am from Pakistan. I am an Early years teacher.I need your help in replying to my question on discussion forum. I hope  that you will help me in this regard.

At 7:46pm on February 1, 2013, Kristina Stoney said…

Thanks Steve! That's terrific feedback. Sometimes I'm beginning to wonder. Would appreciate any/all feedback ideas at any time! We have a new 'hidden' unit that we are keen to test to see if it is relevant for teachers today here: ride2learn.org/centralasia - let us know what you think if you have the chance! ;-) I'm going to check out your book club now, looks interesting. Floored by 'Schooling the World' documentary watched yesterday - extraordinary, looking forward to being challenged in my assumptions further. Cheers, K

At 9:26pm on January 22, 2013, Vinod Kumar Kanvaria said…

Hi Steve,

When is 'Classroom 2.0: The book' going to be published?

Vinod

At 4:40pm on May 30, 2012, Jon Trainor said…

OK Steve, Thanks!

At 3:56pm on May 14, 2012, Daniel Bassill said…

Steve, you've had great success drawing a crowd to this site since you launched it several years ago.  Have you ever tried to do any network analysis to map what cities/states people come from and what roles (teacher, admin, vendor, community, etc) people have. Such maps of such a large sample could shed some interesting light on which cities/states have greater engagement of teachers in on-line learning than others. If you're already doing that please point it out on the site.

 
 
 

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