Jun. 2, 2011

IdeaJam Videos Posted – Moderated by Alan November

We recently announced that Alan November would be moderating an interactive, global event on May 2nd, 2011. IdeaJam, sponsored by Intel and Google/YouTube and produced by Katalyst, asked participants to problem-solve and create new ideas for classroom design that integrate technology and help boost creativity.

The opening discussion of this event was presented before an audience and was also broadcast on the Web so that educators from around the world could take part in the dialogue. The recordings of this live broadcast our now on the Web and available to all.

IdeaJam: Education Live Stream – Alan November’s Introduction
IdeaJam: Education Live Stream – Q&A Part 1
IdeaJam: Education Live Stream – Eric Marcos’ Class
IdeaJam: Education Live Stream – Skype Sessions
IdeaJam: Education Live Stream – Q&A Part 2

Within these videos are discussions with several educators from across the country who are helping their students to engage and excel through the use of critical thinking skills and tools available to them on the Web. Some of these educators, including Eric Marcos, Garth Holman, Michael Pennington, Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergmann, will also be presenters at BLC11, this July in Boston. We encourage you to watch the videos, then come out and meet these fantastic educators. Register now!

After viewing the videos above, you might also be interested in these additional resources.

Alan November’s Article – The Digital Learning Farm
Talking Student Tutorials (Part 1): A Podcast with Eric Marcos
Talking Student Tutorials (Part 2): A Podcast with Eric Marcos
Building Legacy Within a Textbook: A Podcast with Garth Holman and Michael Pennington
Flipped Model of Learning: A Podcast with Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams

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Led by Alan November and based in Marblehead, MA, November Learning equips teachers and administrators to motivate students to own their learning and make global connections by using effective technology and implementing rigorous assignments. Through our annual Building Learning Communities conference, professional development services and extended resources, our team of experts empowers educators to enact powerful changes across the curriculum, drawing on students’ abilities to think critically, communicate globally, express creativity and collaborate across several types of media.

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