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Chaos vs Coherent

Cross posted on The Thinking Stick



My Superintendent last week:



“I’ve learned that there is a fine line between chaos and coherent.”
This statement has been replaying itself in my head now for a week. Maybe because I’m feeling my life is on the chaotic side of that line at the moment.



However, I’ve also been reflecting at where we are in education and where we are trying to go. Where does… Continue

Added by Jeff Utecht on April 18, 2007 at 12:22am — No Comments

Teentek, Twitter, and Teachers

Just finished posting an article on the Techlearning blog that I think gets to the heart of classroom 2.0. That students are creators in this new digital world, and we need to find ways to allow them to create global content. They're already doing it in spaces like myspace, facebook, youtube, etc.



I also recorded a podcast this week on a lot… Continue

Added by Jeff Utecht on April 14, 2007 at 3:30am — No Comments

Classroom 2.0 needs Educational Technologist 2.0

So I've spent my weekend (1am on Friday night and 2am Saturday night) migrating my schools moolde and wordpress mu site.



The moodle migration went find...due in part to the the fact that I've migrated moodle sites 5 times now...I pretty much know what I'm doing.



The wordpress mu site is another story...and as I go to bed tonight still is not ready for students to use tomorrow.



In a classroom 2.0 environment I think we're going to need educators that understand more… Continue

Added by Jeff Utecht on April 8, 2007 at 8:54am — 5 Comments

Social Networks

I posted about this the other day on my blog. There is power in social networks and it will be interesting to have all of use work through just how this will impact schools and classrooms in the future. I'm in the middle of reading the Horizon Report. Interesting stuff.

Looking forward to some deep thinking in this new social place.

Added by Jeff Utecht on April 6, 2007 at 2:12am — No Comments

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