Remix teaching is a project by Dan Callahan to document the influences, processes, tools, and products that lead to improved teaching.
Dan Callahan is a technology specialist, non-profit director, graduate professor, and educational consultant. Previously working as a Special Educator, Dan currently teaches for Burlington Public Schools as an Instructional Technology Specialist focused on implementing a K-5 1:1 iPad program in a combined Library & Technology program. In 2010, he helped launch the Edcamp movement of unconferences by organizing Edcamp Philly, an event which has lead to hundreds of unconference events around the world. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the non-profit Edcamp Foundation, an organization dedicated to building and supporting a community of engaged learners. He teaches in the Next Generation Learning Program Master’s Program for Experienced Educators at Antioch University New England.
Dan has facilitated or is scheduled to facilitate workshops at the International Society for Technology in Education annual conference, the American Association of School Librarians annual conference, the Assistive Technology Industry Association annual conference, EduCon, multiple regional education conferences, and dozens of Edcamps across the country.
In 2013, Dan received an Impact Award from the Association of Education Arts and Sciences for his work on Edcamp.