I posted twice on the NECC 2009 ISTEconnects blog today:
Don’t miss either of the videos discussed in the latter post, “Learning to Change, Changing to Learn – Kid’s Tech.”
…and…Tammy Stephens for the first COSN/Pearson video link. Hat tip to Peggy Sheehy, Jim Gates, and Kim Collazo for the second video link from students at Suffern Middle School, New York, USA.
I’ve added both videos to my “Videos for PD” resource list on my blog under the heading “Schools Need to Change.” (This link is available as a drop-down menu at the top of every page.)
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