Educators in all contexts need to open the door to authentic teaching and learning. Conversation, complexity, and messy assessment should be hallmarks of our classrooms and our schools. This presentation was shared as a keynote address at an educational leadership conference held in Fort Worth, Texas, on April 3, 2006.

Program Length: 1 hr, 34 min, 54 sec
File size: 22.8 MB

Podcast 03 April 2006(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Images of the doors to open: the modern door, the door that lets in light, the old door
  2. Commodore Computer image
  3. ClustrMaps
  4. Dr. David Jonassen and Complex Problem Solving
  5. Remembering the Holocaust
  6. Robert Frost: The Road Not Taken – 1915
  7. Bloom’s Taxonomy
  8. IMAX – Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D
  9. David Warlick’s Landmarks Blog Meister
  10. Global Voices
  11. Darren Kuropatwa’s Calculus Class Blog (Manitoba, Canada)
  12. Lucas Arts: Empire at War
  13. Stats on Kids and New Media from FETC
  14. Marc Prensky’s website
  15. “Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology by Neil Postman
  16. Science Education in the 21st Century: Using the Tools of Science to Teach Science by Dr. Carl Wieman
  17. Train image
  18. Save Darfur
  19. “Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s Schools” by Jonathan Kozol
  20. Google Earth
  21. Avian Bird Flu (Nature Magazine coverage – includes like to Google Earth kml file)
  22. “A Whole New Mind: Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age” by Daniel Pink
  23. Hedgehog Science Fair Enhanced Podcast
  24. My Google Earth social bookmarks
  25. Digital Citizenship info
  26. Digital Citizenship podcast interview with Mike Ribble
  27. Learning Is Messy – Blog
  28. NPR’s This I Believe

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