I'm a former HS math teacher, now working for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. I'm interested in how social and collaboration platforms can be used to make education more learner-centric, not content-centric.
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Hi Tad, I see you work with Adobe. I encourage you to visit our ning page and see how interns are converting some of my power point articles into animations using adobe flash. I'd like to find more help, from more places to do this.
Right now we're only in Chicago but I'm trying to help others adopt the T/MC concept in other cities, formally, or informally, with our help. I point to a web site at the Boston Innovation Hub at least once every couple of weeks as a great graphic entry point for anyone in a city who wants to get involved in solving complex social problems. I've never been able to get them, or people from the Harvard Mentoring Project, to take time to look at what i'm doing and consider borrowing some of the ideas, or working with us to get more people to look at the ides.
Thus, my networking hear and elsewhere is really an effort to recruit others who might share some of the load.