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I recently found this great interview that Mark Suster did with Clayton Christensen, who is without argument, the master of disruption.
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A group of teachers have started to disrupt their own textbook options by starting up an iBooks Author Hackathon. And it's incredible.
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I spoke with students about the 10 biggest questions they have about ipads in classrooms and did my best to answer. Hope it helps!
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My webcast recording is a mess and I have been suffering in silence. Perhaps my nightmare will help others avoid similar situations.
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In a series of emails, Edudemic talked with Kallick about learning, specifically teacher development, and the appropriate role of social media in the teacher development process. What follows is part two of our two-part interview (click here for the first part of the interview).
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Some people love and embrace education technology. Erika Veth is one of those people. She is the Faculty Support Services Manager in the Department of Distance Education at Oregon Institute of Technology (congrats on ...
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Leading the charge into the next generation of interactive book design is Robin Mitchell-Cranfield, of Vancouver Film School. I had the pleasure of attending Robin's presentation at Adobe MAX Education Summit where she shed light what's coming soon to your tablet.
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Remember that scene in Good Will Hunting where Matt Damon and Robin Williams have a breakthrough moment and hug? Teaching is a tough job but the rewards are enormous.