Posts Tagged "edcamp"

#edcamp553 at Harvard

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in Mixes | 0 comments

I’m pretty excited to be speaking tomorrow at Karen Brennan’s Teacher Learning and Technology class at Harvard. She invited me back in January, and after we figured I could hang out for a couple of hours, determined that we would run a mini-Edcamp during class so the students in HGSE’s Master’s program can get the unconference experience. Below I’ve embedded my slide deck that I’ll be using for the kickoff to a very fast-paced 80 minute sprint of an Edcamp. edcamp553 by Dan Callahan Since this is an Edcamp, it’s free to all. In the Cambridge area tomorrow at 5? Come by Larsen Hall 214 to experience Edcamp...

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Tired of PD? Try an #edcamp

Posted by on Sep 30, 2012 in Samples | 0 comments

the teacher-led “unconference”—designed by teachers, with teachers, and for teachers. Social networking tools are, in fact, enabling classroom educators to create an entirely new template for professional learning to directly address their needs and interests. via Harvard Education Letter. I wrote this article for the Harvard Education Letter with Justin Reich. It was an interesting experience of going back and forth with the drafts, creating something that was certainly better than anything I would have written on my own.

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