Do not go quietly into your classroom!

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Comment by David Truss on March 3, 2009 at 8:50am
Go right ahead Karenne,
Use it as you wish.
Comment by Karenne Sylvester on March 3, 2009 at 8:24am
This is brilliant and beautiful, David. I love it and would like to use it on my blog for teachers too. Is that okay?

Comment by David Truss on October 22, 2008 at 12:31am
That's great to hear Bonnie! Please let me know how it goes:-)
And although I'm late in saying it, Thanks to Mark for commenting as well. I especially like the last sentence!
Comment by Bonnie Marks on October 22, 2008 at 12:21am
This video does a great job of showing how the Web 2.0 world expands opportunities for educators to connect and learn from each other. We'll planning to share it with educational leaders in the SF Bay Area at a regional meeting.
Comment by Mark Fuson on September 19, 2008 at 1:27pm
Great video. This is very much along the lines of what I am trying to impress upon teachers in my district. They seem married to the old way of doing things. The way I see it, education has become a consumer driven field. Students can get what they want when they want it, so teachers must adjust to address students' demands.
Comment by David Truss on September 16, 2008 at 10:48pm
I wrote about this video in a post called, Who are the people in your neighbourhood? which looks at the people in my network who ended up in the video.
This was originally a slideshare presentation that I had created for a wiki that I made for student teachers. I wrote about that experience in a post called, Do not go quietly into your classroom. I made it a video for a BLC08 presentation that I did, and I hope that you enjoy it.


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