Monthly Archives: June 2008

Urban School of SF 1:1 Laptops- Live Blogging

Tweet Live blog of presentation by Director of Technology, Howard Levin Presentation available at http://howardlevin.com/disappearing/index.html SF school in Haight Ashbury neighborhood. Private School. Fully blocked schedule. Laptop school 7th year— 9th year working toward 1:1. 10th year of wireless access. … Continue reading

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Literacy isn’t Enough: Digital Fluency in the Age of Infowhelm- Presentation by Ian Jukes- NECC08

Tweet Kids are different today! They are maturing 2 years earlier. Evidence is mounting that due to digital experiences OUTSIDE of school their brains are quickly adapting to the experiences that are aware. The kids are becoming “screenagers”. They understand … Continue reading

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Live Blogging from NECC– Ian Jukes- Digital Literacy in the Age of Infowhelm

Tweet Morning Session: Live Blogging from NECC– Ian Jukes- Digital Literacy in the Age of Infowhelm Schools are bound by TTWWADI… This is the way we always have done it! 4 Exponential Trends that are affecting our lives…. 1. Moore’s … Continue reading

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