Brandon Wiley
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West Seneca Central School District
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Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction

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At 2:50pm on August 30, 2010, Brian Mannix said…
How Could War Look Different.pdfHi Brandon, how are you? I stumbled upon your social studies department page and thought you might be interested, given your background, in a project that I am working on called "How Could War Look Different?" It is a two part online project that can be applied to any war (People have signed up for the American Revolution, the Civil War and WWII). The first half re-enacts the wars online and the second half of the project re-imagines the acts aware through the lens of peace. I've attached the program. Please let me know if you are interested and feel free to send it along to any of your colleagues that you feel might want to take part.

Be well.


Brian Mannix
Great Neck South Middle School (NY)
At 8:55am on January 19, 2010, Jeannine kohl said…
I am happy to be a part of this group and sharing important insights !
At 6:18am on October 27, 2009, Nadine Ocasio said…
Brandon - Can you please invite me to the CLC group? Thanks. Nadine
At 1:48pm on October 25, 2009, Patricia W. Miceli said…
I rechecked the email and added my name to the list. The dinner went well.
At 7:29am on October 23, 2009, Timothy Oldenburg said…
Great job with the CLC dinner last night! Great turnout and most that attended seemed to be the teachers that are likely to share that info with their colleagues.
At 9:24pm on October 22, 2009, Elizabeth Wright said…
Thanks Brandon!! I think I've got it now, I appreciate your help~ I'm sure the dinner was a success, I can't wait to hear all about it! Thanks again~
At 6:48pm on October 7, 2009, Elizabeth Wright said…
Hi Brandon- can you add me to the CLC group?

At 2:58pm on September 17, 2009, Rachel Badger said…
Hi Brandon,
Very excited to be joining the group......I will have to figure out how to add my picture!
Talk soon
At 7:45am on September 4, 2009, Steve Wilmarth said…
Hi, Brandon. Can we arrange a time to talk?

I've I've put together a workshop aimed at district leaders and administrators, and I've titled it "Immunizing Your School Programs Against Extended Closings," (Click here to download a copy of a draft of the workshop offerings, divided between hands-on workshops for teachers and another set for district leaders and administrators. The workshop on "immunizing programs" is on the 3rd page.)

Beyond the workshop offering, however, is a greater opportunity to actually put in place an emergency plan of action against extended school closings, whether for H1N1 or any other natural disaster. I've created such a system with a group of programmers out of Silicon Valley. We call this model a 'social learning community" and Penn's College of Liberal & Professional Studies uses this system to provide synchronous and asynchronous learning for their community through their Open Learning Commons. Other users of this system include Kaplan University. (Here's a link to a summary piece about GoingOn and their open source social learning community framework.)

I've created an easy "step" process by which school districts can actually put in place a very powerful emergency response system to protect the integrity of their curriculum in the face of extended school closings. This step process is very cost-effective and will have minimal impact on hard-pressed district budgets. I'd like to talk more with you about this.

If you know of any districts that are seriously considering options in the face of potential extended school closings, and want to learn about a cost-effective, intuitive, rapid response system that can be put in place in a matter of several weeks in order to address community needs and concerns, please let me know. I'd love to share ideas on this.

If you want to connect, please email me at my regular address: or call me directly anytime at 860-227-1225. I look forward to catching up with you.


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At 7:49pm on August 30, 2009, Brian Graham said…
Hi Brandon,

Thank you for setting this site up for us to have a place to collaborate and share ideas. Brian


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