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dy/dan » The Jazz Singer
"Darren: My favourite bit came at the very end when the teacher turned and spoke to the camera: “That was gooood!” That comment encompassed so much; about him, his students, and how they all feel for each other." = "A milligram of sober deconstruction ("why do I like this?") is worth, for my money, a kilogram of exuberant, big-picture futurism ("how does this change everything?!"). It would do this old curmudgeon's heart some good to see some balanced restored to our discussions of ancient arts."
teaching  arts  technology  futurism  danmeyer  video  storytelling  schools  edubloggers  music 
may 2009 by robertogreco
Tuttle SVC: Is "No Comment" the Best We Can Do?
"I'm not saying this means I'll love everything Obama does in education, but for the past few years we've only been hearing about how awesome "no excuses" reform is and how we just need to crack down and TEACH HARDER. It has been a long time since a President has praised progressive schools. We need to embrace this moment and use it." follow-up post:
tomhoffman  barackobama  schools  education  public  policy  reform  change  blogosphere  edubloggers 
february 2009 by robertogreco
The Academia Gap and the New Philosophers | The TWAIN blog
"I wish I could Twitter and Plurk all day too. I wish I could research blogs and contribute to the online conversation like they do...But I can’t. I have to work. I guess we can play together at NECC or TCEA someday. "
edtech  teaching  time  reality  education  online  edubloggers 
july 2008 by robertogreco
dy/dan » Blog Archive » Can We Dial The Hype Machine Down A Little Bit?
"the next educational paradigm? Really? Ustream ...choppy, low-res medium,...pushes unedited, free-associative thought onto the careless vodcaster...streamcasts circling for 13 minutes the same point one could make in a coupla body paragraphs."
ustream  video  hype  edubloggers  education  learning  precision  productivity  online  internet  web  efficiency  toolabuse  beacusewecan  danmeyer 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Artichoke: Bogong Moths in Sydney, Starlings in Rome and Edu_Bloggers at Conferences
"We enjoy a flutter of moths, and a murmuration of starlings .... so what would fit best for a collection of like minded homophilic bloggers ..."
comments  education  edubloggers  blogging  conferences  sharedexperience  homophily  collective  behavior  groups  starlings  words  organizations  teaching  artichokeblog  pamhook 
october 2007 by robertogreco

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