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So what does it look like?

Started this discussion. Last reply by ddeubel Aug 18, 2007. 19 Replies

 

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David Warlick replied to Kiwi Commons's discussion Technology Proficiency License
"I agree with your break down. It's probably pretty close. But for those very reasons, I do not see a lot of success in requiring the first, second, and other thirds of the teachers to take some workshops and then pass a test. It shows that…"
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Did You Know 4.0

The newest installment of the Did You Know franchise, begun in 2006 by Colorado educator, Karl Fisch. My first question was, so where did all of the startling facts come from. Here are two screen shots of the credits from the end of the video. I…
Sep 17, 2009
David Warlick replied to Kiwi Commons's discussion Technology Proficiency License
"I guess I'll go against the grain and say, "No!" I do not believe that teachers should have to earn a "drivers license" for technology. First of all, what skills should they learn? Should all teachers learn the same skills?…"
Sep 14, 2009
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How has Your PLN Helped you do Your Job

Some of you may have read on my 2 Cents Worth blog that I am working on a new book. I would like part of the book to be stories of how educators have used their personal learning networks to help them do their jobs. Your story may be just what I am looking for.So, if you have a short story of how…See More
Sep 14, 2009

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I'm a 30+ year educator, having been a classroom teacher, district administrator, and staff consultant with the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction. Currently, I maintain The Landmark Project a professional development and innovations firm in Raleigh North Carolina.

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There is no such thing as a classroom model. It's what we (the government) has been trying to achieve over the past half dozen years -- a scientifically based construct. A classroom is not a lab. It is a living place that shapes itself around the teachers and students who work there. To me, the 2 refers more to velocity. A classroom with a velocity of 2 is flexible enough to adapt to changing conditions more rapidly than a classroom 1.0 or a classroom zero.

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How has Your PLN Helped you do Your Job

Posted on September 14, 2009 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Some of you may have read on my 2 Cents Worth blog that I am working on a new book. I would like part of the book to be stories of how educators have used their personal learning networks to help them do their jobs. Your story may be just what I am looking for.



So, if you have… Continue

Grand Ideas!

Posted on May 4, 2007 at 9:05am 2 Comments

As you, no doubt, already know, I saw a presentation on Wednesday

from Tim Magner, ed tech guy from the U.S. Department of Education.

I’ve already written a good bit about that presentation and the even

better showcase from classrooms across North Carolina. I’ve even

commented on some comments that I received, including one expressing

disappointment that Tim was not offering some “grand idea” for bringing classrooms and school into the current… Continue

Starting to Get It...

Posted on April 7, 2007 at 4:55am 3 Comments

There's a conversation going on here, that was started by nlowell and picked up on by several other Ning members. Cary Harrod's comments got me to thinking more about social networks.

I am fairly new to the world of web 2.0 and I'm still trying to wrap my brain around the whole idea of transparency. I still haven't figured

out how I could…
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At 10:15am on September 15, 2009, Scott Merrick said…
Hey, Dave, just poppin' in to say hi here. It's been a busy start to the school year and I start just this afternoon with a Lower School "affinity group" I'm leading on the topics of Web 2.0, Google Apps, and Whipplehill (our new SIS). Should keep me further busy for a while! Looking forward to reading your compilation of information on educators' social networking.
At 1:21am on March 13, 2009, Faiza Khan said…
Hi David,
I would like to have your feedback on a vocabulary building website that I have recently created for middle and high school kids. Please visit www.WordAhead.com where you will find fun and simple short videos which make the task of learning new words very interesting for students.
Looking forward to your 2 cents! Thanks, Faiza
At 5:33pm on February 11, 2009, Kelley Irish said…
Happy Birthday
At 9:02pm on January 31, 2009, Jack said…
Hi David. I was wondering if you have students or educator friends who would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
At 1:10pm on April 28, 2008, Michael McClure said…
David,

I enjoyed browsing your Landmark for Schools website.

Mike
At 8:44am on March 1, 2008, Lynn Marentette said…
David, I found your page when I did a search for Classroom 2.0 members who live in N.C.
At 8:21am on October 17, 2007, Blanca said…
Hi David,
I watched you present on Monday in NY and was so impressed by your seamless integration of Excel in a forum where it would have been easier to not go through the trouble. I enjoy watching audience members marvel at the way ordinary human beings are able to manipulate data and hope that with more presenters willing to take the risk of "everything not going right" that educators, especially, will begin to take the risks in their classrooms. I look forward to exploring Landmark for Schools in greater depth. Kind regards.
At 12:37pm on August 20, 2007, Scott Besterman said…
Hi David,
I really enjoyed your keynote at last year's MassCUE conference (2006) as well as that of Dineen Frazier. I just picked up the 2nd Edition of "Classroom Blogging" and am looking forward to using it as motivation for me this school year. Thanks !
At 12:05pm on June 15, 2007, Christine Southard said…
Thanks so much for skyping with us this morning! :)
At 6:59pm on June 10, 2007, Christine Southard said…
Hi David!

Check out the podcast we made during your visit to our school. :)

http://herricks.org/webpages/spcollaborative/
 
 
 

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